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Vote For PReSIDENT TRUMP – tHE Whys are long

Written by Juliana Simone

November 2, 2020

For viewers watching CNN, which is the only American news channel shown throughout Europe and many other parts of the globe, or those watching any network affiliate on their local stations every night, people viewing these broadcasts would only perceive President Donald J. Trump, the 45th President of the United States, as a man who has no good qualities, and as a man who did nothing productive throughout his entire first term except perform some illegal activities. Even children are subjected to this messaging, whether through certain teachers at their schools or literature handed out to them which makes them believe our President is a bad person they should not respect in any way or vote for if nearing voting age. It’s a sad misuse of commentary whether public through media leverage and distribution, or private through unobserved classrooms throughout the education system K-12 and beyond.

The exact opposite is true from what these people with their anti-Trump agenda proclaim.

Donald J. Trump is one of the finest Presidents of the United States ever elected – and some scholars argue, perhaps the best. This analysis is based on how much he has achieved in almost four years; how many promises he has kept when seeking office as a candidate; how hard he pushed forward with continual attacks and false narratives against him on a daily basis from the press, the opposing Democrat party and the never-Trumpers. He was even impeached on totally bogus grounds bought and paid for by his former opponent in 2016, who was (and is) guilty of much more.

The huge appearances of United States citizens appearing at his nationwide rallies demonstrate how educated American voters are on all of these facts and so much more, as the tentacles run deep. Shouts of “We love you” are a new rally chant to let President Trump know how firmly our country stands behind him. His opponent on his best day had three hundred cars show up in a parking lot to beep their horns when he made an attempt at simulating a Trump event. Interestingly, attendees and objective reporters noted the horns only beeped when his opponent made an anti-Trump comment – not when he talked about proposed policy.

The vote for the left ticket, is only about the people who writers have deemed those with “Trump derangement syndrome” in that their unexplainable hatred for the sitting President exceeds any logic or acknowledgement of his accomplishments. Going into the final hours before Election Day, November 3rd, 2020, the left Democrat mantra has little to run on so they’ve chosen two talking points: Trump is responsible for the Coronavirus and Trump is a racist.

Sad. Neither is true, of course. COVID-19 came out of Wuhan, China and Trump immediately took the right steps to keep the virus from spreading worse here in America. His opponent at the time of Trump’s decision called him a xenophobe for this act. Trump being called a racist is really baseless with the left organized mainstream media reiterating to death, the tired claim that the President never said he was against white supremacy groups, and that he called felons from Mexico bringing their crime into the United States the reason we needed to build a wall.

The President made the right actions. Stop air travel from China and later parts of Europe to keep the Coronavirus from coming into our country, and stop gang members and criminals from Mexico coming into our country who would not abide by our laws and wreak their havoc here. Good decisions.

The list is long as to why President Donald J. Trump should be reelected for four years.

I’ll list a few most readers here would know: Supreme Court Justices appointed; lowest unemployment rate among all groups before the virus hit – and is now resounding back; tax cuts that made families, small businesses and corporations thrive resulting in a booming economy including eliminating obsolete burdensome regulations; taking business out of China and returning it to America; rebuilding our military that when he assumed Office was a dismal shell; returning health insurance from mandated Obamacare to consumer choice and lowering prescription drug cost; recognizing Israel’s Capitol Jerusalem and his Middle East Peace Treaty; making clean fossil fuel affordable to all Americans with record low prices; dissolving the ISIS Caliphate; renewing the Nation’s commitment to space exploration while also adding the Space Force, a new branch of the military directly assigned for defense; negotiating trade deals that created thousands of jobs in the U.S. and increased exports, the exceptional Republican National Convention that showed winning speakers with no stereotypical view of who understands Republicans and who votes for them, and the amazing First Lady given zero credit by females on the left, among many other things.

The list is long! Look it up on an unscrubbed search engine, uncensored social media network or objective website if you need more reasons to vote in our patriotic 45th President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump.

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(Trump Rally photo: Wall Street Journal)

CPAC 2013: Donald Trump

Businessman Donald Trump speaking at the CPAC convention 2013 {photo: ibtimes.com}
Businessman Donald Trump speaking at the CPAC convention 2013 {photo: ibtimes.com}

Written by Juliana Simone

National Harbor, MD – The man known for more than a decade to native New Yorkers as “The Donald” took the stage this afternoon to address an enthusiastic crowd convened for the 2013 Conservative Political Action Conference celebrating its 40th anniversary on the shores of the Potomac River in Maryland. Self-made billionaire Donald Trump opened his monologue by telling the audience our country is in terrible trouble.

He cited we owed seventeen trillion dollars and have more than a trillion dollar deficit a year. “No country’s ever heard of numbers like this!” he observed. “Likewise, the Republican Party is in terrible trouble,” he continued. “As you get more and more conservative – they get nasty. They don’t like what we say.” Trump segued into the mainstream media and how the President is given unprecedented media protection.

To offer solutions on how we solve our country’s problems, Mr. Trump first pointed out how even the Tea Party, who he loves dearly, says to leave their Medicare and Social Security alone. “To keep these things affordable then the solution is to build a great economy.” “We don’t have one,” he noted. “China does.” “We have to make America great again,” he said in appeal to the room.

On the issue of immigration, Trump stated that when it comes to immigration, eleven million people will be voting Democrat. He believed a candidate can be out in front but (when it comes to Election Day) those eleven million will be voting Democrat. “Republicans are on a suicide mission,” he said. “You’re just not going to get those votes.” Donald Trump inquired further, “Why aren’t we letting Europeans in?” and told the attendees how he had many friends who want to move here and work here – that have been educated here – but we throw them out of the country after earning a degree at Harvard or Wharton and say you can’t move here – so they work somewhere else and work against us. “How stupid is that?” he asked.

The realtor and casino owner gave a nod to fellow Republican Newt Gingrich next saying he loved Newt because he was a member of his club down the road. Trump said he loved anyone who was a member of his club and jested maybe Obama should become a member. He talked about offering to build things at his own expense for Washington but never heard back from anyone.

“Conservative Republicans have to win elections,” he proclaimed. In his observations on the Republican Party, Trump said “Governors are saying it’s the stupid party.” He thought this was a horrible statement for a Governor to make because it was something that could come back to haunt you when the Democrat’s now will turn around and use it against you. Trump told fellow conservatives he believed a Party that spent four hundred million dollars on ads that made Obama look like a super hero was a failure, and that spending money like this with not one victory showed something was seriously wrong.

About himself, he revealed he’d made over eight billion dollars in his life and employed tens of thousands of people. When he filled out his financial forms (when considering running for President in 2012) people were surprised. He said he was continually criticized by “total light weights” – guys in dirty shirts who would say about him, “Donald Trump? He’s nothing.”

Donald went on to explain people liked success and though he liked Mitt Romney, he felt the one mistake he made was that he didn’t talk enough about his success and the great things he did. He reflected they were on the defensive instead of being on the offensive where they should have been.

In regards to Iraq, Trump said we spend 1.5 trillion dollars there and we lose great great young people – for what? He said at first he was told it was for the oil, so he thought, okay, I get that – but we didn’t take the oil. He reminded viewers we’re the second largest oil reserve after Saudi Arabia. He believes for soldiers that are killed we should give those parents a million dollars for the son they lost because a million dollars is nothing compared to the money over there.

He described how he just had to place a huge order for televisions from South Korea. Why? People asked him why he didn’t buy the televisions here. “We don’t make televisions here anymore,” he explained.

“We’re run by either very foolish or very stupid people. Our country is a total mess. What we need is leadership,” he opined. He projected if we build and grow our economy, Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security all can be affordable again when we have a strong economy. North Dakota has a great supply of energy, but we can’t go get it, he mused, so we go to Saudi Arabia to get it! They can’t believe what they’re getting away with. “The Republicans, and the Democrats, say we gotta cut, we gotta cut, we gotta cut…it’s because we’re not cutting the mustard!”

In closing, Trump said, “We have to bring money in and take back our jobs from China. We have to start building again, manufacturing again and our problems will be solved. Let’s make this country strong again!” The Donald left the stage to strong applause.

Businessman Donald Trump speaking at CPAC 2013 (photo: newgroopspeak.com}
Businessman Donald Trump speaking at CPAC 2013 (photo: newgroopspeak.com}

Ed.: This article written and reported by Juliana Simone, also appeared on  a CT internet news site.

Constitution Day

September 17, 2016

We The People
Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution by thirty-nine brave men on September 17, 1787, recognizing all who are born in the U.S.
or by naturalization, have become citizens.

George Washington

George Washington was the commander of the Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War and served as the first President of the United States of America. Read More

Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin was a noted polymath, leading author and printer, satirist, political theorist, politician, scientist, inventor, civic activist, statesman, and diplomat. Read More

Alexander Hamilton

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Rest in Peace: Otto Frederick Warmbier

UPDATE: Thousands Attend Funeral for Otto Warmbier

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4628846/Hundreds-gather-funeral-Otto-Warmbier.html

 

“Apparently under President Obama’s administration, Warmbier wasn’t even worth a Twitter hashtag tweet: “Bring Back Our Otto,” for example.”

Written by Juliana Simone

June 21, 2017

American Otto Warmbier (December 12, 1994 -June 19, 2017), taken by the North Koreans and subjected to the severity of their labor camps, died two days ago after being sent home to the U.S. from this communist country in a coma.

Apparently under President Obama’s administration, Warmbier wasn’t even worth a Twitter hashtag tweet – “BringBackOurOtto,” for example. Obama’s First Lady Michelle, made such an effort on the social media site when learning 276 young school girls were taken by an extremist Nigerian group “Boko Haram.” Days later she said her husband was doing “everything possible” to help Nigeria bring the girls back.

A New York Times report, for whatever this is worth these days, reported the U.S. Air Force had now sent dozens of personnel to the area to use drones to help find the kidnapped girls. Officials did follow up and said the girls had been found but they could not be saved because too many people could have been killed, perhaps even the innocent girls themselves. The White House moved on.

Otto Warmbier, made the naïve mistake of visiting North Korea in January of 2016. A University of Virginia college student from Ohio, he apparently was being watched by the North Korean government, during a five-day tour in January of 2016 which he had seen advertised while he was touring China. Maybe five days seemed to be a safe entry and exit time for a curious twenty-one year old who as class salutatorian gave his fellow high school seniors their graduation speech.

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Otto Frederick Warmbier

North Korea alleges he stole a sign from a wall in the hotel where he was staying promoting the leadership of Kim Jong-il. A couple of months later, they produced a video of low quality as proof to their claim, but there is no clear image of Warmbier and its arguable whether it was him at all.

For this, Warmbier was picked up at the airport while standing in line the last of his five day tour to leave North Korea for theft, and sentenced to fifteen years of hard labor. Warmbier is seen on video in North Korean court in February of 2016 confessing to stealing the banner but no one knows whether he did this under intimidation or some false promise that if he admitted to doing this he would be released. A U.S. envoy was sent on his behalf once, in March, but he met with no success.

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Photo released by the North Korean Central News Agency via Yonhap News Agency of Warmbier in Pyongyang Court March 16 2016

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A month after his trial, it’s reported Warmbeir somehow experienced a medical incident that left him with severe brain trauma, information not produced by North Korea and only learned after his release. Otto’s parents desperately wanted to get their son out of the labor camp and bring him home to America, but Mr. Warmbeir says he and his wife were told by the Obama administration they could not participate in any negotiations between the U.S. and North Korea and to keep quiet.

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Otto Warmbier’s Parents

 

On June 12, 2017, Rex Tillerson, the United States Secretary of State, announced that North Korea had released Warmbier, and that the U.S. State Department secured Warmbier’s release at the direction of President Donald Trump.

Otto Warmbier was flown home on June 13, 2017. Unable to walk or talk, carried off of the transport to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, doctors were unable to bring him out of his coma. Physicians claim his condition came from a severe heart attack and that no signs of abuse were found on his body. Even though he was able to breath on his own and blink his eyes, he failed to recover and died on June 19th, 2017. Otto’s father has stated he does not believe anything the North Korean’s have said in terms of what happened to his son.

Twenty-two years old, gifted, loved and wanting to explore the world at its best and its worst, what happened to Otto Warmbier, is an alarming and sad reminder to what happens to American’s abroad, as well as other  civilians,  more and more today in both free and communist countries. Shame on our governments that allow this to continue to happen. It’s much more serious than a hashtag. Rest in peace, Otto.

 

Happy Birthday, President Donald J. Trump!

 

June 14th, 2017

Written by Juliana Simone

United States of America’s 45th President, Donald J. Trump, celebrated his 71st birthday today. If you did not hear this on the mainstream media, except for perhaps a passing or condescending note, don’t be surprised. The President, loved by millions of Americans and people throughout the world, despite what the liberal press wishes you to believe, enjoyed his special day with his loved ones, public and private.

Of course, it would have been quite the opposite if failed Democrat Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had won. The media would have shown Americans countless hours of how she celebrated from waking hours, cake, gifts, and well-wishes from celebrities and world leaders throughout the day. They even would have found former President Bill Clinton to join the occasion for a feel-good video clip to make the event that much more memorable.

Fine President Trump, humble, focused and dedicated to his job at hand, showed only on his Facebook home page homage to two other important notable anniversaries falling on this day: Flag Day and the United States Army.

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{Editor’s Note: Regrettably, on this same day, a supporter of U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, who ran for the democrat nomination in 2016 challenging former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, chose today to appear at a softball practice and randomly shoot the Republican Congress team and staff who were preparing for a game against their Democrat Congressional members for a charitable cause. Fortunately, no one died except the shooter from wounds after return fire from Capitol Police.}

UPDATE: Congressman Steve Scalise’s condition, after receiving a bullet in his hip, has become critical after the shooting but has now improved to the point he is out of danger. Three others who were injured are also expected to survive.

Sadly, Scalise  will need multiple surgeries for his status to regain a normal condition at best. Scalise, the elected five-term Congressman from Louisiana’s first district was visited by President Trump who told the press he is a true patriot and fighter. The lone Capitol security on hand bearing arms saved all on the field from potentially being killed or injured when he returned fire and brought the gunman down, while his two colleagues kept the shooter down. The gunman asked outside if those practicing were Republican or Democrat. Hearing they were Republican, he entered the field, took aim and started shooting.}

Happy Birthday To Our First Lady Melania Trump!

 

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Melania Trump on Inauguration Day on the arm of a Marine Captain {photo: Daily Mail}

Written by Juliana Simone

The wife of United States President Donald J. Trump turned 47 today and could not be lovelier. The former model who has been married to Trump for twelve years after their wedding in January of 2005, began a relationship with the real estate mogul six years before his becoming the 45th President.

Born in Slovenia, once part of Yugoslavia, to hard working parents, the multilingual First Lady went on as a young adult to model in Milan and Paris before moving to New York City in 1996, where she became a cover model for many magazines.  The second First Lady to be foreign-born after the wife of John Quincy Adams (the sixth POTUS), she is the first to be a naturalized citizen of the United States.

The First Lady and The President of the United States have one son, Barron. He joins an extended family from Trump’s two previous marriages who all admire their father/ex-husband and participate in his positive goals for the future of this country. Americans rejoice in celebrating both Melania Trump on her birthday today and President Donald J. Trump for being a critical piece in making America great again.

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President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump walking before the Inauguration. {Photo: Getty} 

Donald Trump takes the oath of office with his wife Melania and son Barron at his side, during his inauguration at the U.S. Capitol in Washington
The swearing in of the 45th President Donald J. Trump, wife and First Lady Melania Trump and son Barron. {photo: The Financial Express}

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The Last Gasp for Democrat Party Proof Voters Regret Trump Presidency

UPDATE: The numbers: Though the promoted Democrat candidate in the Georgia Congressional special election received the most votes cast at 92, 390 votes which gave him 48.1%, again, short of the 50% plus one to avoid a runoff for the House seat, the other four democrat candidates combined only earned 1,521 more making a total of 93,911 votes cast for Democrats, adding an extra .9% to their party total, or 49%. With eleven Republicans appearing on the ballot, splitting their numbers widely among voters who vote Republican, the winning candidate earning the most among them, Karen Handel, receiving 37, 993 and 19.8%, the other ten candidates received 60,004 more votes making a total of 97,997 votes cast for Republicans, adding an extra 31.2% to their party total, or 51%. The two Independents on the ballot earned 176 votes together. These numbers and the history of the district show in the upcoming runoff, Handel will keep the seat Republican. Long pocketed liberals and democrats who care to send more millions to Ossoff, in hopes for an upset can do so, but they shouldn’t bet the house on it.

UPDATE:  Results from Tuesday’s Special Election congressional race in Georgia’s sixth district, have the left in the media narrating today Jon Ossoff’s failure to win the seat last night as a big success. Unable to achieve the necessary fifty percent plus one to avoid a runoff against the Republican challenger who garnered the highest percent out of eleven candidates competing on the ballot, he now will face another election day on June 20th with former Secretary of the State, Republican Karen Handel.

Republican candidate for U.S. House of Representatives Karen Handel (GA-6)

Only the left could skew the fact that Ossoff, despite an astounding cache of eight million dollars in his campaign treasure chest and a divided Republican ticket that gave voters eleven different choices on who to vote for in the Republican Party, somehow was victorious yesterday because he almost reached the needed fifty percent, coming in with 48%. If a candidate has eight million dollars, an out pour of support nationwide from Democrat and liberal advocates, celebrity endorsements and no direct competition in terms of a one-on-one race in a very Republican district and can’t bring in a win, that’s pretty bad. Quite a loss, actually. Handel campaigned with a mere seventy-five thousand.

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Returning numbers show Ossoff failed to win the popular vote, as well.

Update: Networks Reporting Democrats Feeling Good About Tonight’s Georgia Special Election Results

With 95% of Ossoff’s contributions coming from out of state, results will determine if elections can be be bought regardless of voter registration percentages or candidate experience. Ossoff has raised over eight million dollars for his first foray into any elected official status with an eighth of that total alone belonging to the Daily Kos, a liberal advocacy site.

Written by Juliana Simone

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The big political story today is the special election race in the state of Georgia’s U.S. Congressional district six. With polls about to close, and voter fraud nothing new in this country, regardless of any denial by those who commit it or the mainstream media who continue the regular narration that this is not true, unless it benefits those they support, the country will see tonight why and how elections are won in politics.

This long held Republican seat has been held for decades since conservative and long-serving Republican Party veteran, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, won in 1978. The seat was vacated when President Donald J. Trump made the current now former Congressman Tom Price his Health and Human Services Secretary.

Democrat leadership and their followers who still wake in a state of disbelief that President Trump won in November 2016 in such a large way he carried multiple states that have traditionally voted blue or democrat, to the point their party candidates don’t even have to put much campaigning time on their calendars for those areas. They somehow still perceive American’s who voted for Trump realize now the mistake they’ve made and would rush back into the voting booth to vote for Hillary Clinton, and still fail to recognize why Mrs. Clinton was a terrible candidate.

The glimmer of hope for Democrats both nationwide and statewide, is the fact that Clinton only lost to Trump by a little over one percent in November in this district. Democrats like to believe this is because the long held Republican voters here actually thought Clinton would be a better choice than Trump. Conservatives in the Republican Party believe Trump was perhaps too moderate for voters and stayed home giving Clinton a seemingly false advantage in final results.

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These statistics have given Democrats in power reason to flush the district with enormous amounts of money to support their candidate, Jon Ossoff, who has held no former political office and does not even technically live in the district.  In their vision, this would show America that the tide is turning their way.

Ossoff, a former congressional aide who now makes documentary films, needs fifty percent plus one to win this evening without a runoff. The customarily held turnout for Democrats will be their usual lemmings-to-the-cliff call to action, where they will all for one vote for the thirty year old Ossoff, who they have chosen over four other party contenders.

Republicans on the other hand, do their usual divide rather than unite act, which is really the only reason this seat is in contention at all. It’s unfortunate Georgia GOP State Chair, John Padgett, was unable to do a better job of uniting his party and multiple contenders behind one candidate to make a solid victory easy. Eleven GOP members are on the ballot none willing to step down for the arguably best candidate to win. This leaves a fractured vote from their caucus, however strong, to insure Ossoff wins less than fifty percent tonight.

This contest has led to President Trump using his Twitter account to make Get Out The Vote Tweets on the Republican side, to film actor (Samuel Jackson “Pulp Fiction”) making a radio ad to fellow democrats to not stay home on Election Day and help get rid of Trump.

Former Congressman Price won with a whopping 24% lead over his opposition last cycle.

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Tom Price

Political analysts believe if somehow enough Republicans vote for one or two preferred candidates in their party, the runoff which would be held on June 20th, would most likely ensure this district stays red, or in Republican leadership, despite how many tens of thousands or more are pumped into the race before voting day

Congratulations to Sergio Garcia 2017 Masters Winner

Written by Juliana Simone

April 9, 2017

Pro golfer Sergio Garcia reacting after sinking in the needed birdie to win the Masters 2017. (photo: Star Tribune)

Augusta, GA  – For those who have watched Sergio Garcia enter the pro golf circuit back in the late nineties, and thought he would have won a major tournament long before now, it was an exciting conclusion to the 2017 Masters tournament in Augusta. Leading over Justin Rose by two from the beginning of the fourth and final day, Rose playing with perfection and starting to look like he was already wearing the traditional green jacket winners receive after this achievement that gives them a lifetime invitation to play the tournament every year for as long as they choose, Rose after consecutive birdies, went ahead by one point.

After the 18th hole, the two players with some good putts and some bad ones were tied and had to go into a playoff. The fourth in line of the score board of pro golfers who had failed to win a major tournament with 73 losses behind him, and a reputation for choking when it came time to excel and close the deal, he went into the playoff with a tough monkey on his back. Rose has one major under his belt, after winning the U.S. Open in 2013, so confidence in terms of an end game maybe gave him an edge.

Returning to the 18th hole for the playoff, Sergio, the gallery on the sidelines and viewers watching the televised contest across the world, were both thrilled and relieved when Sergio sunk the needed birdie to break the tie and win what some consider to be the most important major to win in professional golf. For Justin, there are still many majors ahead he can live to fight another day.

Congratulations to Sergio Garcia, who struggled to stay alive on Sunday, April 9th, 2017 and after nineteen years of fighting, he scored and entered an exclusive club well worth the long wait. He is the third pro golfer from Spain to win this title after legendary Severiano Ballesteros, whose film “Seve The Movie” on his life is well worth the watch, and Jose Maria Olazabal, both two time winners in Augusta.

Masters Winner Sergio Garcia putting on traditional and coveted green blazer in Augusta after 2017 win.

 

Sergio Garcia, of Spain, holds his trophy at the green jacket ceremony after the Masters golf tournament Sunday, April 9, 2017, in Augusta, Ga. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

The Ridiculous Russia Card Played By the Bitter Minority

Written  by Juliana Simone

With few positive results for the Democrat Party for some time, other than managing to elect and re-elect a mystery man in terms of his portfolio before becoming  the 44th President of the United States, the liberal Democrat’s desperately claw at anything they can that gives them any effective results for their anti-American anti-Trump agenda. Even with the fake news narrative of the mainstream media delivered 24/7, they fall short on almost every party directive. This being the case, they now frantically cling to anything that worked in their favor.

Hostile about newly elected and popular President Donald J. Trump, they have made it their sullen goal to obstruct any of Trump’s well regarded and accomplished appointees to his cabinet. With the American voter telling them this past election in November 2016, they want anything but more of their future plans for this great country, the Democrats have been put in the minority on every level. Republicans have the majority in the U.S. Senate, Congress and Executive Branch.

What to do but wail absurdities as for any reason they lost in such a big way. Finding something that would stick when thrown at the wall pre-Inauguration Day and post, the downsized Democrats chucked out the Russia theory that has only broadened since introduced.

After many attempts as to why their badly flawed candidate for the Oval Office failed did not gain any ground and sorely lost, with many traditionally held democrat states going for Trump, they went down the list after previous failed excuses, and landed on Russia. Yes, it was Russian hackers! Russia determined this election. Russia put Trump in the White House. Russia hacked computers nationwide to flip the results the liberals thought they had in the bag.

If this didn’t work, the next move maybe would have been aliens. It was aliens who stole the election and put Trump in office. Hearing this, such a stretch, all or most of all involved in the narrative, must have agreed to stick with the Russian thingy.

Regrettably, this actually gave them one notable result. General Michael T. Flynn, a man who most people at the very least could never hold a candle to in terms of bravery and career, was taken down by his own Democrat party, for being a Democrat who was willing and honored to work with President Trump as his National Security Advisor. Democrat leadership argued he had ‘communications with Russian officials’ about sanctions and therefore was subject to blackmail.

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United States Army Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn (retired)

Flynn, who should have gone the route of his own party’s history of not resigning however horrible the scandal, didn’t follow the tired playbook and bowed out of the position just over three weeks. A clear advocate for the many who recognize Islamist terrorism and why it is something that needs to be eradicated, he did not meet the liberal Democrat criteria that falsely states there is no danger with this group and how it will affect the future of America and the rest of the world. This made him a focal point of his own caucus, as something that needed to be exterminated.

The positive result of this outcome for the Washington Democrats, has led them now to try and attach anything Russian to any of President Trump’s appointees, especially those they were unable to block during the confirmation process.

With this in mind, any potential future cabinet member, current cabinet member or sitting Republican elected official, better worry if they’ve ever eaten in New York’s Russian Tea Room, own a copy of any Tolstoy or Dostoevsky novel, or have a bottle of Stoli (Stolichnaya) vodka in their liquor closet. The DNC and leadership will argue you must resign as they take another scoop of Beluga caviar.

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President Trump’s Exceptional First Speech to Congress

Written by Juliana Simone

 

Washington, D.C. – Holding the most important office arguably in the world, the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, gave his first address to a joint session of Congress on February 28th, 2017, after being sworn in on January 20th, 2017. The businessman who won traditionally “blue” states, or states that vote repeatedly for Democrat candidates such as Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, through hard work and a campaign message that resonated with a multitude of Americans disillusioned after eight years of a White House led by the previous Democrat President, Barack Hussein Obama, to “Make America Great Again,” gave an impressive, focused and illuminating speech on Tuesday evening.

Confident and bold, the forty-day old President showed how well he is fitting into this significant role. Clear on policy, firm in his original agenda he pledged to the voters of America, strong where strength was necessary and sensitive where humanity was needed, he demonstrated the noble ability to perceive views in a nation which requires world leaders to command with brawn, brains and heart. Trump’s commanding presence assured his supporters and broke through to some of the partisan Democrat detractors who replayed their usual predictable stance during these televised events when in the minority of sitting down in their seats, not applauding and visibly not supporting a Republican President.

Vice President Mike Pence and House Speaker Paul Ryan, were a positive visual on camera as they sat behind Trump during his address. With so much work ahead, the Republican majorities in the United States House of Representatives, Senate and Executive Branch will have to roll up their sleeves and make many of the difficult decisions that were put on the shelf under Obama. The Trump administration will make America remarkable again, and there are millions who can’t wait to see this change begin here in the U.S and across the globe. Even his detractors may be surprised by what this extraordinary man will do.

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President Donald Trump arrives. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Full transcript link:

http://www.wvtm13.com/article/text-of-president-donald-trump-s-speech-to-congress/8992976

Post address comments by former Republican House Speaker and POTUS candidate Newt Gingrich which include “best speech of his career”:

http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/02/28/newt-gingrich-donald-trump-joint-session-congress-infrastructure-democrats-spending