On the eve of the US elections, I had the privilege of interviewing six prominent members of the Evangelical community: Dr. Lance Wallnau, Cindy Jacobs, Bishop Henry R. Jackson, Alveda King, Mario Bramnick and Ramiro Peña. We spoke about a variety of topics, from the importance and power of prayer, to race relations and the role of the US in standing for religious liberty across the globe.
I had an interesting experience while I was Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at Giles-Parscale. We were the Texas marketing agency responsible for the social media marketing and data work for the campaign Donald J. Trump for President. In the summer of 2015 my friend Brad Parscale recruited me out of private consulting to come work for him. Brad is now Campaign Manager for Trump 2020.
I attended the Senate Confirmation Hearing of Judge Brett Kavanaugh with a group of 60+ leaders from around the nation. Our singular goal was to converge on DC and pray for the nomination process. Little did I know I would stumble into some evidence of a long-held suspicion and ignite a national story on “paid protesters”. Here is how it happened.
This morning’s hearing has been nothing short of chaotic. During the first sentence of Chairman Grassley’s opening statements, he was interrupted by Sen. Kamala Harris. She and her organized minority committee members, operating under the direction of Check Schumer, attempted to obstruct the hearing.
Tonight a small group of 60+ leaders and intercessors from around the nation gathered to meet and pray. Our target was to join together in unity surrounding the Supreme Court nominee DC Circuit Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Our mission is to sit in the hearings for the next three days and