President-elect Donald J. Trump. It’s been called amazing, a stunning upset and an historic uprising.
The left are losing their minds.
The American people, especially those whose incomes had fallen or disappeared entirely, those who were fed up with a stagnant economy, executive orders, the destruction of their health care, rising prices, and crippling job losses determined a new course was required.
On election day they said, “Enough!”
In what became an epic slap down, a loyal, determined Trump army gave an enormous eff you to Barack Obama, liberal failure and the elitism and corruption that defines Hillary Clinton.
In rejecting another four years of destructive liberal policy, the country dodged more than just a few bullets.
Trump’s win has pulled America back from the brink of Obama’s twenty trillion dollar sinkhole.
Tuesday’s vote was a repudiation, a complete, total, utter rejection of the entire last eight years of Barack Obama and everything he imposed on and did, not for, but to the country economically and socially. It was a full blown rejection of Obama’s porus borders and his increasingly Unaffordable Health Care Act, a smoke and mirrors game that was specifically designed to fail forcing a move to single payer coverage.
Voting Donald Trump for President was a rejection of Obama’s disdain for America, his foreign policy flops, the worst being the Iran nuclear deal, and his failed stimulous plan, another part of his now shredded legacy.
Trump’s win also gave the middle finger to the Democrat party and their socialist agenda. Donald Trump revived the Reagan Democrats.
For so long we’ve been hearing from the biased media about how the Republican party is fractured, it’s in disary. With this election Republicans united. They delivered a staggering blow to the socialist leanings of those who see themselves as ruling masters and the voters as gullible fools.
True, some are. But a significant cross section of men and women, blacks and Hispanics (up 7% and 8% respectively over 2012), white collar and blue made a stand against the alternative, Clintonian tyranny. Hillary lost where she needed to gain.
Voters also rejected liberal pollsters and pundits who worked day and night to paint Trump as a clown with no chance of winning the Presidency.
It’s true also that a large part of the Republican party was rejected. Never forget that Donald Trump had to fight everyone. He was attacked by the sleazy media, the Clintons, every Democrat, and worse, members of his own party. Republican knives were out for Trump. A lot of those knives were wielded by people like John Kasich who made a pledge to support the eventual nominee but changed his mind.
It turns out John Kasich is a liar.
It’s a good day in America. Those who wept over Clinton’s loss, those who can’t believe and accept Trump’s win don’t get it. They are not bothered by Clinton’s corruption. They don’t understand or maybe even care how many people died or got hurt because of her decisions while Secretary of State. They don’t grasp the obvious dangers of the open borders policy she favors. They don’t see that growing government while steadily losing private sector jobs is not sound economic policy.
Beginning in 1939, manufacturing employees in America outnumbered government employees monthly for the next fifty years. In 1989 the numbers began to reverse. Today the government employs well over twenty two million people. Manufacturing numbers have steadily fallen. Government employees currently outnumber manufacturing employees by almost ten million.
Who does that make sense to but the left?
There’s more that contributed to Donald Trump winning the Presidency. He read the mood of the people. She called them a basket of deplorables. He was the most exciting applicant ever. She was a terrible candidate who never established a message.
Stronger Together. What the hell does that mean?
Only a fool would, while running for high office, admit their intent to close coals mines and destroy jobs. Let’s also not ignore the extreme left Supreme Court judges Hillary would have nominated, judges whose negative impact would have been felt for generations. There’s no need to worry over that now.
The good guy on the white horse rode in to deliver the real thing – genuine hope and real change.
God bless America. God bless Donald Trump.