How are you today? Thanks for your interest in Dr. Sarah Sun Liew's campaign and your endless support. She would share about what was motivation to runs office through her life experience? And issues she plans to resolve.
1. Stop God's tears and His people's tears, and fight American Justice and Poverty
Homeless life desperately on the bloody and starved streets, and she shed countless tears like a human heart, and during prayer time, she saw God's tears as well as the tears of homeless people.
She has found that working hard doesn't change the world. America now needs honest politicians who can work to make America justice and end poverty.
2. Supporting rebuild district 33 and California during a pandemic
She runs three for-profit and three nonprofit companies in the 33rd district, supporting many businesses and creating jobs. Every day, she has seen more companies suffer and go bankrupt from the COVID-19 effect, and employees have lost their jobs.
So she decided to rebuild and solved many issues in our District 33, such as business, education, all kind of issues in California and the United States, and provide a better place to live for future generations.
3. Supporting leaders like President Donald Trump for future generations who can fight strong America and rebuilt a solid Christian state
She was very impressed and motivated to supporting President Donald Trump, who is fighting for God's law and American Justice.
As the most conservative Republican candidate and serving God as a pastor who studied and practiced traditional theology, she decided to support those fighting for God's law and continuously support them.
She believes in this way to make God's handwork in our country now and provide a better life to future generations and return the country to a solid Christian state.
4. Family legacy mission & fight defense of the world peace
Her grandfather was co-founders of a political party in Korea and ran a congress election in 1949. He dedicated his life to service to the country, but she lost her grandfather during the Korean war and never met him.
She is always familiar with her grandfather's achievements, and as a politician, she knows her grandfather's desire to work for the country. So she decided to run to fulfill the spiritual legacy left behind by her grandfather.
When she is elected, she will fight for world peace to avoid the same accidents happen to the next generation and support South Korea's stability and help the United States defend world peace from the communist nuclear war.