Why Democrats Are Terrified of Losing Ground After Mueller Report

Why Democrats Are Terrified of Losing Ground After Mueller Report

Recently, host Stephen Strang talked about the spiritual warfare coming in the aftermath of the Mueller report on the "Heidi Harris Show." Hear how as a nation we may not be on the verge of a huge revival, but if Christians want to see it happen, we don't have a moment to lose. Listen to the entire interview by clicking play.

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Episode Notes

 

The Strang Report

with Stephen Strang

Guest: Heidi Harris

 

Recently, host Stephen Strang talked about the spiritual warfare coming in the aftermath of the Mueller report on the "Heidi Harris Show." Hear how as a nation we may not be on the verge of a huge revival, but if Christians want to see it happen, we don't have a moment to lose.

Introduction

Stephen Strang: I believe that there's a spiritual realm as real as what we can see with our eyes or sense with our senses. And in this spiritual world is God Almighty, forces of good, and the enemy of our soulsm who we call the devil. We call this spiritual warfare and it is active all the time and has been throughout history. Hello, everyone. I'm Stephen Strang and I've talked about spiritual warfare before on the Strang Report. Today I was interviewed by Heidi Harris out in Las Vegas. She has a program called the Heidi Harris Show on KMZQ-AM. I've been on her show before and she wanted to talk to me about what's been going on with the Mueller Report and Donald Trump and all the mess that's been in the media, and the way the left is continuing to talk about there's collusion even though Robert Mueller said there was none. So, I thought you would like this radio interview. I said, could I run it on my podcast and then my newsletter? Of course, she was very kind to allow me to do so. So, without further ado, here is my interview with Heidi Harris:

·         Read the Strang Report: Why Democrats are Terrified of Losing Ground After Mueller Report

Heidi Harris: Welcome to the Heidi Harris Show podcast. I do this a couple of times a week. You can find these podcasts and subscribe at Heidi Harris Show on iTunes. I also do a live radio broadcast weekday morning 6 to 9 a.m. on 670 AM, KMZQ in Las Vegas. My guest today is Stephen Strang. He is the CEO of Charisma Media, author of several books, God and Donald Trump and his most recent one, Trump Aftershock. What is it all about? Let's talk to Stephen Strang. Welcome to the Heidi Harris Show, sir, great having you. I really appreciate the time. It's been an interesting week, hasn't it, with the Mueller Report? A lot of people are focusing on politics and trying to destroy Donald Trump as if that's going to make their lives better, right?

More About the Mueller Report on CPN

·         Are You Ready to Combat the Spiritual Warfare Mueller’s Report Exposed?

·         Paula White Cain: Mueller Report Couldn’t Stop Trump From Disrupting the Devil’s Plans

Stephen Strang: Well, interesting and historic. Never in American history have different ones in government tried to take down a sitting president with a made-up charge. This was just totally made up; wishful thinking maybe? There was apparently some Russian interference. The Mueller Report, according to the summary, said that there were some agents that actually reached out to the Trump people and they actually rebuffed the efforts. Undoubtedly this kind of thing has gone on behind the scenes with other countries or maybe even with Russia, but never before has become mainstream. You can't watch MSNBC or CNN any day in the last two years without just being hammered about this again and again and again. I was watching Tucker Carlson last night and they were taking a little video clip of all these liberal pundits saying collusion, collusion, collusion, and there was no collusion and no proof occlusion. Yes, it’s hilarious. We’re speaking with Stephen Strang. He's the CEO of Charisma Media and founder of Charisma magazine; also author of several books, the most recent being Trump Aftershock: The President’s Seismic Impact on Culture and Faith in America. One of the things that I found most interesting is the Never Trumpers are the people who say, because Donald Trump is a flawed person … of course we all are, but we know his flaws seem to be more obvious than some other people's … that how can a Christian back Donald Trump because he's this he's that. Talk a little bit about that because to me, it doesn't matter if you're flawed. We all are, but if he's trying to help with the Christians agenda and religious freedom, that may be why God put him there.

Stephen Strang: I agree with you, 100 percent. I make this point in God and Donald Trump, the fact that many were praying and God, what I say, I've done 50 media interviews per book, including a bunch of secular media, and they'll ask me this question. And I'll just say, people were praying and God raised up somebody we didn't expect and, in some ways, someone we didn't like. I didn't like him originally because he was a playboy, he owns casinos. He's kind of boisterous. I didn't really pay that much attention to what he believed. But boy, when it came down to him or Hillary Clinton, who I consider to be the most corrupt person ever to run for president, there was a clear choice. Isn't it interesting that we talked about him being flawed? Did we talk the same thing about Barack Obama or how about George W. Bush? Does anybody ever say it about Bill Clinton? Of course, all of us are flawed and God has used flawed people throughout history, people that Christians didn't necessarily like. Winston Churchill was a real good example. Christians to this day didn’t like him because he drank brandy and smoked cigars all day long. Of course, they didn't approve of that kind of behavior. He was raised up by God, I believe, and also he believed he was raised up by God to save Western civilization, which he did in the sense that … a case can be made that he's the one that motivated Britain to stop Hitler before we were even in the war. But getting back to Donald Trump, the week that Stormy Daniels was in the news, and of course, the President has said that he did not do anything with that woman. I'll tell you and your listeners, something that I've not said widely, but the president actually called me on my cell phone. It was about Trump Aftershock. I was trying to get an interview with him, which I did not get, but he was actually vetting me. This is very shortly before the book went to press, and he did promise me an interview. But I was telling him about the book. He was asking me some questions. I was telling him that I defended him on secular TV when they were talking about Stormy Daniels. He said to me in a private conversation that I'm not even sure is on the record, but I think I can say this. He said, you don't need to defend me. I didn't do anything with that woman. As a private conversation, he didn't owe me an explanation. I didn't mean to say that I thought he did. It's just, like the old country song says, you never know what goes on behind closed doors. But regardless of that, it was 15 years ago. Alisyn Camerota on CNN, who's very liberal said to me, you know, how can Christians supportive like you did; except that she was asking from a different perspective. And I said, everyone who has accepted Christ has been forgiven of something. But they do not want to be on the front page of the newspaper.

Heidi Harris: I love that; that is so true, and that is so right.

Stephen Strang: And so I said, the whole essence of Christianity is forgiveness. And if Donald Trump has been forgiven and we've been forgiven, we can kind of understand that. Now as far as the Never Trumpers are concerned, I actually had a section of a chapter in the book about Never Trumpers. I interviewed the editor of Christianity Today, Mark Galley, who's a friend of mine, and I asked him to try to explain to me what the mindset is of the Never Trumpers. He wanted to be clear that he is not a Never Trumper. He just doesn't like Trump. But regardless, it came down to kind of nuances. They're kind of egg-heady kind of people that think you should not be bombastic. You should just sort of nudge along the status quo. That is not what we need in this country at all. But it was interesting to get his perspective. Plus, it's a very small percentage of evangelicals; something less than 15 percent. If you drill down and find out who these people are, and I know a number of them personally, they're people that vote Democrat every year, whether it's Barack Obama or Al Gore or John Kerry. They are just sort of left of center. Donald Trump is a disrupter. He's disrupting the status quo and they don't like him. I will say that I hear less and less of that because these same people, including Mark Galley, don’t really like Trump as a person. He did like the fact that the taxes were lowered and he's been standing for religious liberty and some other issues of Christianity today. But this President has been accomplishing so much. It's just he's got a unique personality. Someone punches him, he punches back. How else do you succeed in New York and the real estate business?

Heidi Harris: That is, that is so true. Look at our founding fathers. I think John Adams would have been a great talk show host because he was a little bombastic in his day.

Stephen Strang: If you read the letters, between the most people between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, they said all kinds of nasty things. In the newspapers of the day, which was their equivalent our internet, every single little town had a newspaper and the editor was usually bombastic, as you say, and said all kinds of nasty things. So, we have this history in our politics going way back. But in a way, who cares? We are having to live in the present, and we're dealing with this whole thing about Robert Mueller. It is very sad that our law enforcement agencies, the highest in the land, DOJ, the Department of Justice, and the FBI, could be weaponized on the part of political partisans. Peter Strop of the FBI, the second or third highest ranking official, he said that Hillary Clinton should win 100 million to 0. And the text that went back and forth between him and his lover just shows that he was so bias. Even Robert Mueller himself fired him from the Mueller investigation because he couldn't be objective. A lot of us were a little concerned about Mueller because he was real good friends with Comey and nearly all the 19 lawyers he hired not only were for Hillary and had donated to her. You’ve got to really be for somebody to give them money. It’s one thing to pull a lever in a voting booth and it’s another thing to write a check. So, we are a little concerned about the objectivity, yet these people who were not known to be Trump people, vindicated the President even though there was all kinds of political and cultural pressure on them I'm sure to find something wrong. I'm no lawyer, but I, of course, listen to lawyers explain that conclusion is not a crime. There's no statute against collusion. There are statues against various kinds of treason and helping the enemy and so forth, but Donald Trump did none of that. There were a couple of meetings with a with a couple of Russians. Listen, I've been to Russia five times. I've met with a lot of Russians, but it was not collusion. So, meeting with a Russian, there's nothing wrong with that. In fact, if anything, it was the Hillary Clinton people who met with Christopher Steele and who came up with that fake dossier that was so bad that the liberal media mostly left alone except for BuzzFeed and a few others. Then of course, after BuzzFeed released it, some of the others released the fact that BuzzFeed released it. But they wouldn't publish it the first time. This was back around the time of the inauguration. This thing just spun out of control. Thankfully, it's concluded. Now, I hope that the Department of Justice, under a new Attorney General William Barr, will actually go after some of these very, very corrupt people. A number of them have been fired because they were so bad. You have got to be pretty bad to be fired. And then where it's almost all the top people? All of them? Other than that, there's been no accountability, but hopefully there will be.

For the rest of Stephen Strang’s interview with Heidi Harris, please click here.

 

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

Episode Notes

 

The Strang Report

with Stephen Strang

Guest: Heidi Harris

 

Recently, host Stephen Strang talked about the spiritual warfare coming in the aftermath of the Mueller report on the "Heidi Harris Show." Hear how as a nation we may not be on the verge of a huge revival, but if Christians want to see it happen, we don't have a moment to lose.

Introduction

Stephen Strang: I believe that there's a spiritual realm as real as what we can see with our eyes or sense with our senses. And in this spiritual world is God Almighty, forces of good, and the enemy of our soulsm who we call the devil. We call this spiritual warfare and it is active all the time and has been throughout history. Hello, everyone. I'm Stephen Strang and I've talked about spiritual warfare before on the Strang Report. Today I was interviewed by Heidi Harris out in Las Vegas. She has a program called the Heidi Harris Show on KMZQ-AM. I've been on her show before and she wanted to talk to me about what's been going on with the Mueller Report and Donald Trump and all the mess that's been in the media, and the way the left is continuing to talk about there's collusion even though Robert Mueller said there was none. So, I thought you would like this radio interview. I said, could I run it on my podcast and then my newsletter? Of course, she was very kind to allow me to do so. So, without further ado, here is my interview with Heidi Harris:

·         Read the Strang Report: Why Democrats are Terrified of Losing Ground After Mueller Report

Heidi Harris: Welcome to the Heidi Harris Show podcast. I do this a couple of times a week. You can find these podcasts and subscribe at Heidi Harris Show on iTunes. I also do a live radio broadcast weekday morning 6 to 9 a.m. on 670 AM, KMZQ in Las Vegas. My guest today is Stephen Strang. He is the CEO of Charisma Media, author of several books, God and Donald Trump and his most recent one, Trump Aftershock. What is it all about? Let's talk to Stephen Strang. Welcome to the Heidi Harris Show, sir, great having you. I really appreciate the time. It's been an interesting week, hasn't it, with the Mueller Report? A lot of people are focusing on politics and trying to destroy Donald Trump as if that's going to make their lives better, right?

More About the Mueller Report on CPN

·         Are You Ready to Combat the Spiritual Warfare Mueller’s Report Exposed?

·         Paula White Cain: Mueller Report Couldn’t Stop Trump From Disrupting the Devil’s Plans

Stephen Strang: Well, interesting and historic. Never in American history have different ones in government tried to take down a sitting president with a made-up charge. This was just totally made up; wishful thinking maybe? There was apparently some Russian interference. The Mueller Report, according to the summary, said that there were some agents that actually reached out to the Trump people and they actually rebuffed the efforts. Undoubtedly this kind of thing has gone on behind the scenes with other countries or maybe even with Russia, but never before has become mainstream. You can't watch MSNBC or CNN any day in the last two years without just being hammered about this again and again and again. I was watching Tucker Carlson last night and they were taking a little video clip of all these liberal pundits saying collusion, collusion, collusion, and there was no collusion and no proof occlusion. Yes, it’s hilarious. We’re speaking with Stephen Strang. He's the CEO of Charisma Media and founder of Charisma magazine; also author of several books, the most recent being Trump Aftershock: The President’s Seismic Impact on Culture and Faith in America. One of the things that I found most interesting is the Never Trumpers are the people who say, because Donald Trump is a flawed person … of course we all are, but we know his flaws seem to be more obvious than some other people's … that how can a Christian back Donald Trump because he's this he's that. Talk a little bit about that because to me, it doesn't matter if you're flawed. We all are, but if he's trying to help with the Christians agenda and religious freedom, that may be why God put him there.

Stephen Strang: I agree with you, 100 percent. I make this point in God and Donald Trump, the fact that many were praying and God, what I say, I've done 50 media interviews per book, including a bunch of secular media, and they'll ask me this question. And I'll just say, people were praying and God raised up somebody we didn't expect and, in some ways, someone we didn't like. I didn't like him originally because he was a playboy, he owns casinos. He's kind of boisterous. I didn't really pay that much attention to what he believed. But boy, when it came down to him or Hillary Clinton, who I consider to be the most corrupt person ever to run for president, there was a clear choice. Isn't it interesting that we talked about him being flawed? Did we talk the same thing about Barack Obama or how about George W. Bush? Does anybody ever say it about Bill Clinton? Of course, all of us are flawed and God has used flawed people throughout history, people that Christians didn't necessarily like. Winston Churchill was a real good example. Christians to this day didn’t like him because he drank brandy and smoked cigars all day long. Of course, they didn't approve of that kind of behavior. He was raised up by God, I believe, and also he believed he was raised up by God to save Western civilization, which he did in the sense that … a case can be made that he's the one that motivated Britain to stop Hitler before we were even in the war. But getting back to Donald Trump, the week that Stormy Daniels was in the news, and of course, the President has said that he did not do anything with that woman. I'll tell you and your listeners, something that I've not said widely, but the president actually called me on my cell phone. It was about Trump Aftershock. I was trying to get an interview with him, which I did not get, but he was actually vetting me. This is very shortly before the book went to press, and he did promise me an interview. But I was telling him about the book. He was asking me some questions. I was telling him that I defended him on secular TV when they were talking about Stormy Daniels. He said to me in a private conversation that I'm not even sure is on the record, but I think I can say this. He said, you don't need to defend me. I didn't do anything with that woman. As a private conversation, he didn't owe me an explanation. I didn't mean to say that I thought he did. It's just, like the old country song says, you never know what goes on behind closed doors. But regardless of that, it was 15 years ago. Alisyn Camerota on CNN, who's very liberal said to me, you know, how can Christians supportive like you did; except that she was asking from a different perspective. And I said, everyone who has accepted Christ has been forgiven of something. But they do not want to be on the front page of the newspaper.

Heidi Harris: I love that; that is so true, and that is so right.

Stephen Strang: And so I said, the whole essence of Christianity is forgiveness. And if Donald Trump has been forgiven and we've been forgiven, we can kind of understand that. Now as far as the Never Trumpers are concerned, I actually had a section of a chapter in the book about Never Trumpers. I interviewed the editor of Christianity Today, Mark Galley, who's a friend of mine, and I asked him to try to explain to me what the mindset is of the Never Trumpers. He wanted to be clear that he is not a Never Trumper. He just doesn't like Trump. But regardless, it came down to kind of nuances. They're kind of egg-heady kind of people that think you should not be bombastic. You should just sort of nudge along the status quo. That is not what we need in this country at all. But it was interesting to get his perspective. Plus, it's a very small percentage of evangelicals; something less than 15 percent. If you drill down and find out who these people are, and I know a number of them personally, they're people that vote Democrat every year, whether it's Barack Obama or Al Gore or John Kerry. They are just sort of left of center. Donald Trump is a disrupter. He's disrupting the status quo and they don't like him. I will say that I hear less and less of that because these same people, including Mark Galley, don’t really like Trump as a person. He did like the fact that the taxes were lowered and he's been standing for religious liberty and some other issues of Christianity today. But this President has been accomplishing so much. It's just he's got a unique personality. Someone punches him, he punches back. How else do you succeed in New York and the real estate business?

Heidi Harris: That is, that is so true. Look at our founding fathers. I think John Adams would have been a great talk show host because he was a little bombastic in his day.

Stephen Strang: If you read the letters, between the most people between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, they said all kinds of nasty things. In the newspapers of the day, which was their equivalent our internet, every single little town had a newspaper and the editor was usually bombastic, as you say, and said all kinds of nasty things. So, we have this history in our politics going way back. But in a way, who cares? We are having to live in the present, and we're dealing with this whole thing about Robert Mueller. It is very sad that our law enforcement agencies, the highest in the land, DOJ, the Department of Justice, and the FBI, could be weaponized on the part of political partisans. Peter Strop of the FBI, the second or third highest ranking official, he said that Hillary Clinton should win 100 million to 0. And the text that went back and forth between him and his lover just shows that he was so bias. Even Robert Mueller himself fired him from the Mueller investigation because he couldn't be objective. A lot of us were a little concerned about Mueller because he was real good friends with Comey and nearly all the 19 lawyers he hired not only were for Hillary and had donated to her. You’ve got to really be for somebody to give them money. It’s one thing to pull a lever in a voting booth and it’s another thing to write a check. So, we are a little concerned about the objectivity, yet these people who were not known to be Trump people, vindicated the President even though there was all kinds of political and cultural pressure on them I'm sure to find something wrong. I'm no lawyer, but I, of course, listen to lawyers explain that conclusion is not a crime. There's no statute against collusion. There are statues against various kinds of treason and helping the enemy and so forth, but Donald Trump did none of that. There were a couple of meetings with a with a couple of Russians. Listen, I've been to Russia five times. I've met with a lot of Russians, but it was not collusion. So, meeting with a Russian, there's nothing wrong with that. In fact, if anything, it was the Hillary Clinton people who met with Christopher Steele and who came up with that fake dossier that was so bad that the liberal media mostly left alone except for BuzzFeed and a few others. Then of course, after BuzzFeed released it, some of the others released the fact that BuzzFeed released it. But they wouldn't publish it the first time. This was back around the time of the inauguration. This thing just spun out of control. Thankfully, it's concluded. Now, I hope that the Department of Justice, under a new Attorney General William Barr, will actually go after some of these very, very corrupt people. A number of them have been fired because they were so bad. You have got to be pretty bad to be fired. And then where it's almost all the top people? All of them? Other than that, there's been no accountability, but hopefully there will be.

For the rest of Stephen Strang’s interview with Heidi Harris, please click here.

 

Where to Find Stephen Strang on the Internet

·         The Strang Report on Charismamag.com

·         The Strang Report on cpnshows.com

·         On Twitter

·         On Facebook

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