In the now-classic film Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, the king, and his followers are all alone in the final battle when help arrives. You may remember that in the final minutes of the battle, the king decides with his advisors to ride out and face the entire enemy army alone. It's certain doom, but it's also the last chance to give his people hope and at least allow some of them to survive. In those final moments, Gandalf arrives with reinforcements. He makes a comment, "There stands the king alone," to which the response is "He is not alone." The troops are then encouraged with the battle cry "To the king." As you know, the rest is history as they soundly defeated the enemy and won the battle. ( https://youtu.be/EApCLbgAE5E).
As we come to the close of the 2020 election, we find November 3 quickly approaching. We also find President Trump in much the same position as the king in the Lord of the Rings. According to almost every poll, the media, the various newspapers, the Internet, and the Democrat party, the President is without hope. For an election, this means they believe he does not have the support in votes to win. The expectation is that the Democrats will have a tide of voters and that President Trump will be voted out of office. When you listen, it's not hard to imagine Gandalf saying, "There stands the President alone..."
At this moment, we, the voters, the silent majority, represent the army that arrived with Gandalf. We have a clear choice. We can retreat, hide in our homes from COVID and other fears, allow those who would intimidate us into shaming us into hiding, or we can declare loudly, "To President Trump" by voting.
Make no mistake, friends... the Democrats have an army. They are banging on the White House gates, and in the eyes of much of America, President Trump is almost standing alone. Yes, the rallies have been great, the campaign headquarters are doing well, and there are boat parades and vehicle parades across the country, but that does not translate into votes. The army that arrived in the movie looked good. They rallied well, paraded well, and looked fantastic, but it was not until they wielded their weapons that they became great. Your weapon is your vote. Use it. Cast it for Trump. Vote.
If on November 4, we wake up to the news that Trump lost, let it not because we failed to go to him in his hour of need. He has stood for America for four years. He has fought the fight, sometimes alone, for four years for you. He has worked, been attacked, fought off false impeachments, attacks on his family, attacks on his character, and he has fought against lies. According to the news, he now "stands alone." Will he stand alone, or will you charge to the polls with the cry, "To the President?" If you do, no matter what happens on November 3, you will have fought the good fight and stood by President Trump.