It’s all about momentum for President Trump as he covers the country in Air Force One with one rally after another, while former VP Joe Biden is trying to remember where he stands on fracking. I’m sure he’s mumbling another F-word under his mask.
You can’t play defense and win the presidency. Hope is not a strategy. As Trump is showing us, you need to make your case directly to the people.
And the people are watching. Take last night, for example. You could see the emotion on Amy Coney Barrett’s face as she was being sworn in by Justice Clarence Thomas in the Rose Garden. It was an incredible moment. It was powerful.
Then, you woke up this morning to learn two Philadelphia police officers shot a man who had attacked them with a knife. He died, sparking a riot that injured 30 police officers. All this happened after another bloody weekend in Chicago where their fat boy governor imposed another business-killing shutdown, not because of the violence but for an uptick in coronavirus cases. What a joke.
In her acceptance speech, Barrett declared how proud she is our democratic republic, as created by the Constitution. When she won the vote in the Senate, the other cable channels did not even report it, as pointed out live by Tucker Carlson on his show. How long will Americans be OK being lied to by those in power? It’s a fact that Hunter Biden was on the take, and we’ll learn more about the “Big Guy’s” role as this unfolds.
Action Line: Americans will not be lied to, they want law and order (and not necessarily in that order), and they want their jobs back so they can support their families. The other stuff is just noise. Let’s keep the momentum going. Let’s get the message out. If you’re serious about the state of America, sign up to receive my monthly RAGE Gauge alert. Click here to sign up and read my analysis of risk in America each month.