Opinion

What I Like Most About Pres. Trump and You Should Too

The first thing I like about Pres. Trump is that he defeated Hillary Clinton. I can’t imagine what it would be like today if Hillary had won. I’m convinced that all the shenanigans the Clintons were involved in over the years, especially this latest Russian uranium deal, were done because she firmly believed she could not have been defeated in a presidential run.

Consider this from a September 2016 article:

Hillary Clinton is so far ahead of Donald Trump in the race for the presidency that she no longer even feels the need to pay attention to the Republican nominee.

None of what we’re hearing about today would have come to light. We knew about the uranium deal during Obama’s presidency but the media did not report on it like they have not reported on it for more than a week since the story’s been revived. But even that’s beginning to change:

Already the mainstream media, which one year ago promoted Hillary Clinton as a “glowing goddess,” is slowly but surely publishing headlines linking the Clintons to the Russian Uranium One scandal. (Infowars)

Trump has made it acceptable to push back. What was lacking among Republicans, especially during eight years of George W. Bush’s presidency, was pushing back against the Democrats and the media.

Trump pushes back. I’ve run into a number of Trump supporters who at first didn’t like the way he pushed back. But now many are seeing that it’s having an effect on draining the swamp. He has the Democrats and some of the RINO swamp dwellers on the run. They are protesting his “decorum,” that he’s not being “presidential.” Sure, he says some things that he shouldn’t but in the long game, he’s doing the right thing.

It’s most obvious that the phone call to the widow of one of the soldiers who was killed in the Niger ambush was a setup. No matter what Trump said it was going to be used against him by Rep. Frederica Wilson. Why was she in the car with the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson?

Trump defended himself against the lies of Rep. Wilson. Wilson used Johnson’s widow as a political tool like Democrats have been doing to blacks for decades. I feel sorry for Mrs. Johnson that she was used in this way.

Most Republicans would have apologized even if they had done nothing wrong. It’s what Democrats expect. Not this time.

This brings me to CNN’s Don Lemon. Here’s what he said in a letter to Trump that he read on-air:

If Myeshia Johnson is mad at you, take it. Just as President Bush and others did. Take it.

After more than a year of berating Trump and years of attacking Republicans as uncaring racists, Nazis, and general haters, Lemon calls on Trump to “take it.” No matter what it is, just “take it.” Pres. Bush took it for eight years, and what did it get him?

Now that he has spoken against Pres. Trump, the Democrats have respect for him. It’s only when a Republican capitulates and says “uncle” that he or she is welcomed into the Leftist fold.

The GOP has been taking it for decades and they have been steamrolled by the Democrats on almost every issue. We are in a political war. Lives are at stake. Our institutions are being dismantled. The educational establishment is brainwashing millions of young people.

And what are we supposed to do? Just take it.

The GOP has the presidency and Congress, and they’re still just taking it.

Some of you may be too young to remember, but Ronald Reagan showed what it was like to push back. This is what pushback looked like in 1980 during the Republican debate in New Hampshire against George H.W. Bush. (Read the story behind what you’re going to see and hear in the following clip.)


Here’s what one commenter posted: “The exact moment Ronald Reagan won the nomination (and thus the presidency) in 1980.”

I agree.

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