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‘Fear and faith cannot live in the same house’


Photo of Cynthia Cantrelle-Westman at Trump rally in Aliso Viejo, California
Credit: Facebook Cantrelle-Westman Post

There is a story out of California how a 33-year-old man allegedly struck an 84-year-old woman in the face because she was attending a small pro-Trump rally in Aliso Viejo.

When Alvin Shaw saw the group, he confronted them and in addition to hitting the 84-year-old woman, the man allegedly struck two other people, pushing one of them to the ground.

When the man allegedly pulled a knife, a retired police officer at the rally drew his gun. The man dropped his knife and fled, but was caught and held until the police showed up.

But I was struck by the comments of Cynthia Cantrelle-Westman, who also attended the rally, found in the last four paragraphs of the Daily Mail article:

In a Facebook post, Cantrelle-Westman said she was interviewed by the investigation team at the police station in Aliso Viejo.

She says she wants to ‘speak openly about the mayhem’ because she considers the gathering ‘a beautiful event that went south because of one individual.

Fear and faith cannot live in the same house.‘ she wrote.

‘We will go on with God at the helm in the face of adversity. Thank you Law Enforcement for keeping us safe. We know what you face each day and will pray for our enemies.’

READ: California man, 33, punches elderly Trump supporter, 84, and two others at MAGA rally before being brought down by retired cop

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