Democrats speak to the ultra-rich who want to keep their oligarchies and those who depend on government for their way of life who have been trained not to think for themselves. It’s time for an awakening because the Clintons, Bidens, Obamas, and Warrens are only looking out for you know who. Daniels writes at The American Thinker:
If the corrupt tornado in the blue pantsuit had deemed to touch down in these Michigan towns in 2016, she would have seen how foolish her message was here. The residents of these towns are not irredeemable deplorables, but patriotic Americans who had been hammered by globalization, even as the political and cultural elites got rich.
Ironically, for all that he is called corrupt and the establishment tries to remove him, Trump may be the single least corrupt politician we have had at the helm in a long time as he fights for Americans instead of selling out their futures to foreign powers.
The president said, “If you want freedom, hold on to your sovereignty, and if you want peace, love your nation. The future does not belong to globalists. The future belongs to patriots[.] … Globalism exerted a religious pull over past leaders, causing them to ignore their own national interests. Those days are over.”
None of the Americans in these communities is being offered $50,000 a month to cash in on his parents’ influence. About the only thing some of them have in common with Hunter Biden is the challenge of overcoming drug addiction.
It’s within this context that the routine influence-peddling that people like Joe Biden do without a second thought is so reprehensible. Biden provided favorable policies toward countries like China that benefited the Chinese, who rewarded his son and other supporters, while Americans in places like these towns in Michigan and Ohio paid the price. It’s not rocket science. It’s simple influence-peddling, and it is corrupt.
While driving through these towns, I was reminded of the district set-up in The Hunger Games. While elites in places like Washington, D.C., New York and Los Angeles grow rich off globalism, these other communities struggle for their existence. Globalism is a modern-day version of Marie Antoinette’s “Let them eat cake.”
It’s hard to imagine that swanky Elizabeth Warren, with her false American Indian heritage and socialist war chants, will do any better in these areas. The idea of telling these Americans to check their privilege is so ludicrous that perhaps Warren should follow Tornado’s example and stay out of these states. She has promised to adopt policies on her first day in office that will devastate these communities in the interest of her false global climate jihad.
No doubt, she will try to run up the score in university towns and inner cities, but it is hard to imagine her message resonating and driving turnout in the urban areas.
President Trump’s message putting Americans first was long overdue. It is a simple concept, but it is well on its way to realigning the Republican Party. American politicians should fight for all Americans and not for citizens of other nations. It is so simple that it is hard to imagine that every politician does not seek to do it. They should, but they don’t. It took Trump to bring this message back to America, and the globalists from both parties despise him for it.
As I drove through these Michigan towns, I also considered the wretched Democrat media-Congress establishment, represented in the smug visage of Adam Schiff, and its singular focus on overturning an election and nullifying the votes of the people living here.
The problem for the Democrats is that Trump has a simple but effective message they cannot counter. Their bumper sticker would read, “He’s for you, but we’re for someone else, so vote for us.” That’s a tough sell, even when falsely accusing the other guy of being a white supremacist.
So they fall back on “impeach, impeach, impeach.” If the Republicans stand together, the coordinated Democrat, media, and Intelligence Community attack will fail. What the Democrats will be left with is the candidate worst positioned to actually win back the states that cost Democrats in 2016. At that point, history will be on track to repeat.
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Trips to visit colleges can be eye-openers. They take you through areas of the country you wouldn’t normally travel and put you in contact with people you wouldn’t normally see.
You might learn that college isn’t the best plan for you, or you find the place that spurs you on to be better, or even that you want to settle down in a college town.
Along the way you’ll visit the heartland of America, and remember, like President Trump and Fletch Daniels, that this is a country that should work for you, not the global elite.
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