Patricia Heaton Tells Christians ‘Disappointed’ With Midterms ‘Governments Are Over’, God ‘Still Supports’


Patricia Heaton reached out Thursday to Christians who are “disappointed” with midterm reviews.

“For those of you who are Christians and feel disappointed or hopeless with the results of the elections, it is a blessing to remember that our security does not rest with men or governments, which are finished and will end up s ‘falling apart, but on God alone continuing,’ the ‘Everybody Loves Raymond’ actress tweeted.

The 64-year-old mother of four often posts about faith.

“Good thought for today amidst all the political stuff…” she tweeted on Election Day along with a retweeted quote from Dorothy Day that read, “I only truly love God as much as I love the person I love least.”

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Patricia Heaton said Christians “disappointed” with the midterm elections should take solace in the fact that God is “still supporting” as governments are “finished”.
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Heaton also tweeted about Tuesday’s vote.

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“Happy to report that my Nashville voting experience is getting a 10 out of 10!” she wrote.

“Friendly, extremely organized volunteers made sure everything was done right and you could see your vote counted. Thumbs up!” Heaton added.

A member of Kevin McCarthy's staff puts his hand to his head on election night.

A member of Kevin McCarthy’s staff puts his hand to his head on election night.
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On Tuesday, Heaton said she gave a "10 of 10" to his voting experience in Nashville. "Well done!" she wrote.

On Tuesday, Heaton said she gave her Nashville voting experience a “10 out of 10.” “Well done!” she wrote.
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A potential red wave turned into a trickle for Republicans on Tuesday amid record inflation and a low approval rating for President Joe Biden. On Thursday, Democrats still had a good chance of keeping control of the Senate and, to a lesser extent, the House, as several key races were still undecided.

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Historically, the party of a first-term president usually suffers major setbacks in the first half after the presidential election.


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