Well, as the saying goes, the voters have spoken and even if it is a little too early to win the victory, it is a fact that the candidate of the people, the candidate that says what the voters are thinking, Donald J. Trump, is gearing up to that victory with or without the Republican Party.
If Donald Trump’s rally is attacked by trouble-makers, is it Donald Trump’s fault? Is he, Donald Trump, the one who antagonizes those young communists wearing T-shirts and carrying the signs in support of the communist old man, Bernie Sanders, who would like to take over the country? Really, is it his fault?
How dare Donald Trump not allow those rebels to exercise their First Amendment right of interrupting his rally? Who does Donald Trump think he is?
These punks have the right to attack those American people who were in Chicago exercising their right to listen to and support whoever they want to hear and support because only their First Amendment rights count.
This is a free country; everyone has the right to free expression, free speech and freedom of opinion as long as they are liberals, as long as they are supporting communists, as long as they are anti-American and the rest of the country has the right to shut up, the right to do nothing when they are being attacked by those communist supporters of Bernie Sanders.
We were adopting the position of not mentioning the name of Sanders or even the corrupted Hillary Clinton, but we changed that position because we believe that the American people, the American voters, have the right to know who’s who in this election cycle.
If Donald Trump has the audacity to be verbally aggressive in his speeches, he is a bully; if he comes to the stage in a calm mood and acts “presidential, “he is “hiding something” — and that is not good.
After carefully analyzing the attack on Donald Trump in Chicago we came to the conclusion that the possibility exists that the dirty and evil hands of the Republican Party were involved in those attacks.
Donald Trump is an uncontrollable candidate and the Republican Party cannot accept that because for years the party has controlled every candidate that wants to win an election and Donald Trump is not allowed to interrupt the vicious cycle and break the chain that has given the Republican Party the control that it so badly wanted to keep him in line.
Donald Trump is no longer a candidate, he is no longer a front runner, Donald Trump is a movement — he is the white knight of the American people, he is the leader that Americans have not had in a very long time.
Donald Trump has not yet lied to anyone; he has echoed what the American people have been quietly saying behind closed doors.
Donald Trump has said that he will build a wall along both borders, he said that he will deport those who are in the country on expired visas or no visa at all. Who does not agree with that statement? Only those who do not love the United States of America are in disagreement with that statement.
Why is Donald Trump able to gather 20,000, to 30,000 supporters in every rally or debate at which he appears? Because he is telling the audience what they want to hear, he is telling the truth, he is pointing out what is wrong with the country now and he is giving hints on how he is going to Make America Great Again.
He may not be the polished, stuck up regular politician that the country is used to seeing on the television screen or passing through town in a caravan of black limousines, but he is giving the country the best hope (real hope) that the country ever had in a language that they all understand; no fancy words, no rhetoric; just plain English so everyone, the most educated and the less intellectual, can understand what he is saying.
And for those who are saying that he would make mistakes and he would not be able to handle the job as leader of the free world, we would like to ask if they don’t think previous presidents made mistakes.
Those who are mind-readers and see in the future of this great nation that President Donald Trump is going to embarrass the American people with his out-of-the-ordinary behavior, we ‘d like to ask a few questions:
Didn’t President Bill Clinton embarrass the country enough with his out of control sexual behavior?
Didn’t President Barack Hussein Obama embarrass the country enough by apologizing to other countries for what this country did when there was no need to apologize?
And this is just to mention only two of the previous presidents.