Finally, things are starting to look brighter in New York, thank God, and that is certainly good news for not just New Yorkers, but everyone in the country.
Everyone, with the exception of idiot Democratic lawmakers, is united right now. We're all in the same boat and it's finally a time when people can put aside some of their political agendas and work together for the common good.
As New York's numbers go down, the numbers across the country will follow.
I actually said, "Thank God" at the opening of this article, but according to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, we have no reason to thank God. He didn't do anything, that was all us.
“The number is down because we brought the number down,” he told reporters Monday. “God did not do that. Faith did not do that. Destiny did not do that.”
“A lot of pain and suffering did that,” Cuomo continued. “That’s how it works. It’s math. And if you don’t continue to do that, you’re going to see that number go back up. And that will be a tragedy if that number goes back up.”
I tell you what, saying something like that is enough to make me leave the building that he's in for fear of the roof caving in on him.
The remarks come as leaders across the nation clamp down on the faithful. Some mayors, for example, have even banned drive-in church services, suggesting they somehow violate “social distancing” measures.
Far-left New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, showcasing another example of religious hostility, threatened to close down houses of worship permanently if they do not abide by his lockdown measures.
Let me say just a little something about this. God works by means. What I mean by that is that God uses ordinary people, items, circumstances, etc. to accomplish his will.
People have it in their heads that the only way to attribute something to God is if it comes in some supernatural way or a way that just cannot be explained by ordinary means. That's not the way God operates all the time. Even when you look in the bible, God used ordinary men and women to accomplish his will. He still does so today, but obviously Cuomo is not believer in God or he wouldn't dare have said what he did.
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