Trump Will Make America Great Again — Again

The days when we could say there isn’t a dime’s worth of difference between Republican and Democrat politicians are over. Now there’s at least a trillion dollars worth of difference.

From Trump’s acceptance speech last night:

“This election will decide whether we save the American Dream, or whether we allow a socialist agenda to demolish our cherished destiny.”

Then later: “How can the Democrat Party ask to lead our country when it spends so much time tearing down our country?”

Daniel Greenfield on Trump’s acceptance speech last night:

“The final night of the RNC wasn’t just a powerful antidote to the DNC, or even to the mainstream media alone, but to the hypocritical totalitarianism and the corporate buzzwords that we have been drowning in since the winter gave way to the spring, and to fear and violence.

President Trump and the array of speakers for the fourth night did not deny that we are a nation in crisis, instead they lit a torch to light the nation’s way out of the tyranny of terror and lies…

“Speaker after speaker laid out the case that Biden and the Democrats had abandoned America because they despised her and her people, that a newly radical party could only envision a relentless drumbeat of change that would utterly destroy everything we love and believe in.

“This is the most important election in the history of our country. At no time before have voters faced a clearer choice between two parties, two visions, two philosophies, or two agendas. This election will decide whether we save the American Dream, or whether we allow a socialist agenda to demolish our cherished destiny,” President Trump told a watching nation.”

The difference between a government led by Republicans and a government of Democrats is stark indeed.

J.J. Sefton recounts just a small portion of Democrat violence against anyone they don’t like:

A Democrat victory in November will cast America into a vast darkness that may take years or even generations to correct. That’s the choice people have to make on November 3rd. It should be the easiest choice we’ve ever had to make.

Until 1932 the GOP got nearly all of the Black vote. The GOP is the party that ended slavery. FDR changed all that and Black people have been voting Democrat ever since. It makes no sense that Black people favor the party of slavery, Jim Crow, Lynchings, KKK and economic policies that have held Blacks down for decades. That may be changing. According to a Zogby poll released this week, 36 percent of African Americans approve of Trump’s job performance. Dems are in a panic.

They should be. Many prominent Black leaders have been trumpeting Trump as the best choice for African Americans.

Civil rights attorney Leo Terrell has been a firebrand Democrat for all of his adult life. Last month he announced that he has switched his party affiliation to the GOP and he will vote for Donald Trump on November 3rd. This is huge. For Democrats, when you’ve lost Leo Terrell you’ve lost a lot of Black votes.

I used to have a not very favorable view of Leo Terrell because of his caustic demeanor. I have to confess that since he turned his ire on the Democrats, I love the guy. In my defense I must point out that I always recognized his brilliance and intelligence. I just wished he’d use it to better effectiveness. He’s doing that now and I’m ecstatic. You never have to wonder what Leo Terrell is thinking. His facial expressions will tell you immediately. He’s brilliant for sure, but he should never play poker.

Why wouldn’t African Americans vote for Trump? Before the pandemic Trump policies had given Black people their lowest unemployment rate…ever. If Trump wins in November Blacks will regain the prospect of full employment, right after Trump makes America great again — again.

In 2016 Trump ask Black audiences what they had to lose by voting for him. What have the Democrats done for you except make empty promises they never keep, he said. Since then they have seen Trump keep his promises to them, and a good number of them are coming back to the party that ended slavery.

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