Cherry Trees of Truth in Washington, D.C
CHERRY TREES IN WASHINGTON, D.C.
The colossal lie of global warming has been brutally exposed by record breaking snow storms, blizzards, and record-low temps all around the world. Winter has arrived earlier and stayed later than normal in the last several years to the consternation of the climate change crowd, busily working like bees in the hive to cover up the truth and manipulate the data to keep the “dream” alive. But it’s not working. It seems that God is greater and more powerful than all the politicians and so-called scientists in the world, no matter where they got their revered degrees.
America’s first president, George Washington, was known for his truthfulness and would no doubt be appalled at the lies and distortions perpetrated by the world’s pathetic leaders to gain wealth and power over the common man. Washington was himself wealthy and powerful, yet refused to accept the offer to become king of the newly formed country of the United States of America. He understood the value of freedom of every man.
The cherry tree is the symbol of George Washington’s truth-telling. The old legend says that he chopped down a cherry tree and when asked about it, he answered, “I cannot tell a lie. I chopped down the cherry tree.” In the city bearing George Washington’s name, the beautiful cherry trees blooming in spring are a great tourist attraction and bestow an unmatched beauty on the seat of our government. But they mask a robust ugliness residing in the Capitol building, the White house and the Hart Senate building. The ugliness of corruption, lying, selfishness and every unseemly behavior known to man. Scandals abound, but the one that hurts all of us the most is the global warming/climate change scheme. This one is designed to rob us of our freedom, our way of life, our success, our wealth and our honor.
The symbol of truth, the cherry tree, has been broken, damaged, weighted down by snow in the nation’s power center, as if God was defying their modern day Tower of Babel.