by John Porter
Well, sometimes we just feel helpless and lost. No one in public office is going to hold Hillary Clinton accountable for her crimes against the American people. It is now up to you and me to do so at the ballot boxes. It is now time to let her know that the many things she has done is not okay. We are the jury. We have heard the accusers and the defenders. We have heard and seen the evidence. The case is now in our hands. If justice is to be done, we will have to do it.
Justice is not found in law books. Justice is not found in a marble statue holding a pair of scales. Justice is not found in a large white columned building amid the trappings of a court room. Justice is found in the hearts of people. Many times people have a way of seeing the truth through the thick fog of lies being directed at them. The case is now in our hands. Today we will retire into the jury room to vote our conscience. We are charged with a grave responsibility. If justice is to be served, we will have to do it. We have the power to uphold what is right and just. I urge all to vote if we have to crawl to our voting places. May God be with us in this most crucial hour.
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