A lot of folks look at the election as a Republican victory and Democrat loss. But let’s face the facts. Last nights elections was not about Republicans and Democrats, it was about America and putting America first. Some folks don’t like Trump, well neither do the establishment Republicans or Democrats.
Last nights elections was about a movement and a message.
We the people are tired of establishment politics.
We are tired of politicians pandering for out votes only to forget all about us as soon as a lobbyist walks in the room with a check in his or her hand.
We are tired of business as usual in Washington D.C..
We are tired of being reminded that if we disagree with someone it’s not about the issue, it’s about race, religion, sexual preference, national origin or anything other than the issue.
We are tired of working and paying taxes only to watch politicians give our money away to other countries (some that want us dead) only to watch people sleep in the streets and go hungry here.
We are tired of our veterans being treated like illegal immigrants and illegal immigrants being treated like heroes.
We are tired of being punished for being successful and watching people be rewarded for not trying.
We are tired of political correctness, especially when it is in the face of our own demise.
Think about this, the Clinton’s, the Obama’s and the Bush’s are all globalists, that means they put the U.N. first and America last.
For the last 28 years a global agenda has been being pushed on us without our approval and for some without our knowledge.
While we were caught up in the battle of the Rs vs the Ds America was being sold to the highest bidder.
We took America back.
We notified both parties that we are not going to take it anymore.
Politicians are elected public servants, not elected officials.
They answer to us, not the other way around.
It is up to us to hold them accountable.
Trump can only do so much, he will have to fight uphill against both parties.
Trump may have placed an R in front of his name for this election but make no mistake about it, he is as close to a third party candidate as we could get.
I’m not going to say that Trump is the savior of America, because he isn’t, but he is a step in the right direction.
We need to put petty differences aside and vote and if necessary fight to put America and Americans first.
That means roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty, stand up for your fellow man, help your neighbor, take responsibility for yourself.
Look at the big picture, the future not just about the here and now.
Now let’s hope Trump lives up to his promises and hold him accountable if he doesn’t.
God Bless America. Because we need it.