Last night’s debate didn’t help—but you’re ignoring the noise and paying attention like never before—not because of the words politicians use—because you’re staring out your window with a cup of coffee in hand, looking at a backyard you thought you’d never have. You know the truth. You don’t need to be told how things are. You’re voting for the first time against the blue state politicians who ruined your home life in the city.
If you’re still stuck in the city, life was always too busy for politics. But today, you don’t need guys like Cuomo and De Blasio to tell you how things are. You’ve got a family to raise. You’re staring at a ghost city, thinking about the life you used to live, watching it vanish before your very eyes. You know time is running out. More than ever before, you hope your vote matters.
Displacement and frustration are the catalysts that will stir this election. In my biased mind, you have “open for business” President Donald Trump or “here’s the deal” former VP Joe Biden. One is fighting for you, while the other isn’t quite sure for whom he fights. Only one candidate is offering a path to the America you hope to return to. It’s that simple.
America’s new transplants and forgotten men are in the political game like never before. This year their lives truly depend upon it.
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