Proud to be a Trump Republican

CLEVELAND, OH – JULY 21: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump delivers a speech during the evening session on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016  Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump received the number of votes needed to secure the party’s nomination. An estimated 50,000 people are expected in Cleveland, including hundreds of protesters and members of the media. The four-day Republican National Convention kicked off on July 18. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

The first day of the Republican convention was a real political convention and we are all very proud and honored to be not only a Republican newspaper but a Trump Republican newspaper at the service of the American people.
Last Monday’s opening of the Republican convention showed us the difference between the new Democrats and the Republican leaders of today’s political scenario.
For the last five years the Democrats, trying to turn this nation into a Cuba or a Venezuela, have spent that time—since Trump announced his intention to run for president—making up lies to hurt his reputation by mixing his business life with his political one to confuse the voters.
“It’s now fashionable to say that America is racist. That is a lie,” Nikki Haley said on the first night of the Republican National Convention, during which she spoke about her own family’s past experience with discrimination. “America is not a racist country,” stated the past US Ambassador to the United Nations.
“I was a brown girl in a black and white world,” Haley said, noting that she faced discrimination but rejecting the idea that “America is a racist country.” She also gave a nod to the Black Lives Matter movement, saying “of course we know that every single Black life is valuable.”
What is wrong with expressing one’s personal opinion that “America is not a racist country”? Is that a crime?
Do we believe that Sheriff Joe Lombardo is a racist? Of course not; his antagonistic and open dislike for the Las Vegas Tribune has nothing to do with the owner of this newspaper being Cuban.
His dislike for the owner of this publication, the man who built the Las Vegas Tribune, is because we do not kiss his butt and never did; we are not a yes-man publication and we did not endorse him.
Do we believe that Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson is a racist because he refuses to prosecute the killer of a Cuban man who was shot in the back of his head and killed while walking home unarmed? Of course not; he is a corrupt Democrat elected official who is afraid of someone with a badge and a gun that may or may not be using the killer as an informant; racism has nothing to do with Steve Wolfson’s behavior.
Cuban-American businessman Maximo Alvarez, who came to the U.S. alone as a child under Operation Peter Pan, warned the audience at the Republican National Convention (RNC) Monday that the promises and mob violence characterizing the modern left reminds him of the nation he fled saying, “I’m speaking to you today because it is up to us to decide our fate, and to choose freedom over oppression.
“I’ve seen movements like this before. I’ve seen ideas like this before. I am here to tell you — we cannot let them take over our country,” Alvarez said. “I heard the promises of Fidel Castro. And I can never forget all those who grew up around me, who looked like me, who suffered and starved and died because they believed those empty promises. They swallowed the communist poison pill.”
Alvarez argued that policies favored by prominent Democrats, such as free health care, and calls to defund the police are “false promises” that “sound familiar” based on his experiences in Cuba and we ask if that is racism.
When we expose the ulterior motives of Las Vegas City Councilman Cedric Crear we are not doing it because he is Black, but because we believe he is not truthful or honest in his motives; his being Black has nothing to do with it.
When we write that Las Vegas City Councilman Brian Knudsen is a useless member of the city council, that he is a double-crosser and a traitor, we are not doing that because he is homosexual because his sexual behavior has nothing to do with it.
In fact our best friend and the strongest supporter of this newspaper is homosexual and he is a very important part of our publication.
We endorsed city councilman Stavros Anthony from the first day he announced his candidature for county commissioner; we proudly displayed his political sign on the front door of our office, but when we wrote that he is weak for letting his female campaign manager control him, his being Greek had nothing to do with it. His race — or
ethnicity — has never been a factor in our opinion of Anthony.
Our criticism of the Democrats has nothing to do with race; it has a lot to do with the future of this country and the intentions of those new Democrats trying to turn the nation into a communist country.
We love this country and want to alert everyone that communism is the most inhumane system we could have; it will control any nation it takes over.

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