Civil War



While many political and cultural differences existed between the North and the South that contributed to the American Civil War, slavery was the main cause of the war.

When President Lincoln was elected in 1861, many of the southern states decided they no longer wanted to be a part of the United States. Starting with South Carolina, eleven states left the United States and formed the Confederate States of America. Abraham Lincoln said they did not have the right to leave the United States and sent in troops to force the Southern states to rejoin the Union. The Civil War had begun.

The American Civil War lasted from April 12, 1861, to May 9, 1865) and was fought between the Union, states loyal to “the North”, and the Confederacy, states that voted to secede or “the South”.

Is another Civil War looming in America? 52% of Trump supporters and 41% of Biden supporters would favor a secession of red or blue states, and the political division is about morals including a fraudulent presidential election in 2020 and Roe vs Wade Dilemma.

Riots will occur on the streets, because EVIL will know its defeat, and then Americans will unite to overcome the prevailing stock market crash and financial collapse. However, Peace on Earth is gone until Christ Second Coming.


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