A sad day

By Christopher Harper

It’s a sad day.

It’s a sad day because more than 74 million people who voted for Donald Trump will no longer have a voice in the U.S. government.

Most of us voted for Trump because the Republican and Democrat parties had disregarded our views and ignored us for far too long.

Like many who voted for Trump, I don’t trust politicians, and I hold the Washington autocracy and bureaucracy in contempt.

Like many, Trump wasn’t my first choice. But I came around to like his blunt, sometimes disrespectful view of the Washington crowd.

More important, I look back at what Trump, despite overwhelming opposition from Democrats and the press, was able to accomplish in four years.

I just checked my retirement investments over the past four years, and they grew at the fastest rate of any time in my nearly 50 years of working. During the Covid-19 years, my investments soared at a clip of 13 percent.
Until this past year, I was not alone in this economic prosperity as nearly everyone saw huge economic increases throughout the country at almost all income levels.

For the first time in my life, including many years reporting about the Middle East, Trump came as close as any president to bringing peace to the region.

He virtually destroyed ISIS and helped achieve remarkable peace agreements that lead to diplomatic relations between four Muslim nations and Israel.
T
rump abandoned the flawed nuclear agreement in Iran and the flawed Paris climate change strategy. Unfortunately, President Biden will reestablish both.

Trump stood up to China, resetting the terms of the relationship between our countries. He understood that China had become a growing threat to America. Biden and his son’s suspect relationship with China is likely to embolden Beijing.

Trump’s appointments to federal courts, especially the U.S. Supreme Court, will have an impact for more years, particularly if the five conservatives on the bench don’t wilt in the Washington political heat.

Ironically, Trump did a lot better than Obama when it came to politics.
Democrats lost 13 seats in the Senate under Obama, while Republicans lost just one under Trump since 2017.

Under Obama, Democrats lost 69 seats in the House. Under Trump, the GOP lost 29 House seats.

Furthermore, the GOP still has control of most governorships and statehouses.

Despite the handwringing within the GOP, the Republican Party in 2021 is in a much better position than it was in 2009.

Unfortunately, the GOP will rid itself of Trump. As a result, my fellow Trump supporters and I won’t be voting for Republicans or Democrats. We’ll find somewhere else to go or sit on our hands while we remember how much Donald Trump got right.

20 Reasons Why They All Hate Trump So Much

I saw this tweet from Donald Trump Jr when I woke up

Although he has a point about war inc I disagree that this is the primary reason why some in this system hate President Trump but rather than address this solely let me make some more general statements.

The NeverTrump Consultants Hate Donald Trump Because…

…he won without then and recognized right at the start that like Groucho Marks Otis Driftwood, all they manage to do is draw a handsome salary without worrying about results.

The Deep State Hates Donald Trump Because…

…as Dan Akroid’s character pointed Dr. Raymond Stantz pointed out he is focused on results rather than jobs and incomes for members of the bureaucracy

The Military Deep State Hates Donald Trump Because…

…he defines the strategic national interest narrowly rather than broadly which decreases their power.

The Republican Establishment Hates Donald Trump Because…

…he has established that many of that they merely talked about for years were actually doable.

The Religious Left hates Donald Trump Because…

…he has used empathy as an excuse for action rather than as an excuse for inaction.

The Religious Self Righteous hates Donald Trump Because…

…he does not judge those they they condemn.

The Radical LGBT Movement hate Donald Trump Because…

…he displays tolerance and acceptance of Gays as individuals without imposing their agenda on the nation.

The Diplomatic Establishment Hates Donald Trump Because…

…he has solved problems and taken actions that if left to them would have remained impossible.

The Obamas and Members of his Administration Hate Donald Trump Because…

…his administration record of success is a complete contrast to his record of failure.

The Clintons Hate Donald Trump Because…

…he destroyed their dreams of returning to power and destroyed their ability to fundraise nationally and internationally

The Hollywood left Hates Donald Trump Because…

…through his blunt hits on Bill Clinton exposed them for the misogynistic enablers of perverts they’ve always been.

The Media left Hates Donald Trump Because…

…he is able to completely bypass them via twitter and thus set the agenda.

The Socialist Communist Left Hates Donald Trump Because…

…he keep refuses to give them power by taking the bait other “conservatives” have for years.

The Pelosi’s and Schumers Hate Donald Trump Because…

…he exposed their “initiatives” and actions as all theater and no substance

The Democrats in Washington Hate Donald Trump Because…

…not only does he keep them out of power but forced them to pass on solutions to problems they they’ve been promising various allies for decades

The Black “Leadership” Hates Donald Trump Because…

…because rather than bend at the knee to them he actually tackled problems facing the black community

The Feminist “Leadership” Hates Donald Trump Because…

…he is the most pro-life president in the history of the nation.

The Chinese Leadership Hates Donald Trump Because…

…he is dismantling the economic, social, government and academic tentacles they spent decades putting in place to make this country their own.

The Antifa left Hates Donald Trump Because…

…he is the greatest thread to their goal of communist revolution since Harry Truman.

The Russians Hates Donald Trump Because…

…he projects American strength around the world.

And these are reasons why I love the presidency of Donald J Trump