Positive ‘Trump Effect’ Starting Already

We all know that Donald Trump is going to significantly strengthen the American economy. Amazingly it already is happening, two months before he even takes office. Expectedly the Liar Media are ignoring it and calling Trump every name in the book.

Just since his election on November 8 we have seen the stock market soar, the value of the dollar climb to record highs, Ford has decided to make one of its car lines in the USA rather than moving production to Mexico as it had planned, and we have seen a hint that Apple may start making IPhones here in America, which would be a first.

In other words, The Trump Effect already is taking hold.

This is what we can expect since Trump is a positive figure who has gotten things done his whole life, building real estate girder by girder, brick by brick.

Obama, on the other hand, is a dark, depressing presence who makes America feel dispirited. He is a one-time community agitator who produced nothing before he ascended to the White House where he has been a role model as president for that same do-nothing ideology.

Obama policies have pushed the economy down, with radical environmentalism playing a key role in depressing us by making us think the worst about everything that we do. Now look at this story from Foxnews.com about Trump’s election:

Americans are the most hopeful they have been in more than a decade. For the first time since 2006, 37 percent of households said they expect their personal finances to improve in 2017. Also hitting decade highs: real income expectations, as wage growth continues to gain strength in a broadening swath of the economy. …46 percent of respondents surveyed agreed the U.S. will have “continuous good times” over the next year, up a whopping 11 percentage points from October, while the share who expected “bad times” ahead fell by 7 percentage points to 37 percent.

This is happening because the economy has a powerful psychological element, and Trump’s election is fueling positive feelings. Meanwhile Trump reported that he is making progress in attempting to keep a Carrier air conditioning manufacturing plant in Indianapolis, Indiana. Carrier announced earlier this year that it was planning to move the factory to Mexico, eliminating 1,400 US jobs by 2019.

Nikitas3.com predicts that Trump will work with the CEO of Carrier as one businessman speaking to another, to keep the jobs here. Nikitas3.com believes that Trump will use his powers of persuasion and his reputation as a business leader to convince Carrier that they are best off making their air conditioners here in the USA. He also will assure Carrier that he plans to lower the corporate tax rate. The current high rate is driving many companies like Carrier out of the US.

In short, Trump promised as a successful business executive to strengthen the economy and it already is working. This is what ‘leadership’ means and what Obama has never given us.

Obama never did anything to seek to keep the economy strong or keep jobs here. In fact he has let jobs flee while opening the border and allowing millions of unskilled and uneducated illegals to enter the US. This two-way street has been a disaster for our economy and it is all an intentional Obama policy to weaken our nation.

Nikitas3.com has said for many years that America can have all of the jobs and all of the prosperity that we want with the right leadership and policies. And Trump is now showing that leadership.

This Trump Effect will magnify on itself and grow on itself. It will inspire confidence. This will help the economy to grow which will inspire more confidence. This is happening because Americans are thirsting for positive economic leadership and are willing to work hard to build the economy, as we always have been.

For decades Democrats told us that there was no difference between the two political parties. This appeared to be true since we had wide prosperity while the two parties had many similar policies. But the crippled economy over the last 8 years shows us that there is a huge difference.

As the Democrats have moved father and father to the anti-business left, it has led to a “de-industrialized” economy which has been withering since the 1980s. This happened as a result of decades of rhetorical assaults on our profit-making corporations by the socialists and communists in our universities and media.

They said that corporations were greedy, that our economy had made us too ‘materialistic’, that manufacturing industries pollute the planet, that Big Business did not pay its taxes and that aggressive and confrontational labor unions were necessary to get a “fair share” for the working man.

A politically-correct culture told us that men are weak, that we don’t want to work hard and that we want more time off, that our bosses are tyrants, and that we must kowtow to a timid academic culture that is afraid to get its hands dirty but which has strong opinions about everything.

All of this was designed to destroy our economy, and with nothing to replace it except words. If we had just let our businesses flourish without incessant interference and criticism we never would have had “de-industrialization” in the first place.

This propaganda all was intended to misdirect us from a central reality – that America can do anything that it sets it mind to, that we have proven over and over again that we are the greatest and freest nation in history.

Now the Liar Media already are going everything in their power to deflect us from Trump’s success. They are ignoring the stories about Apple and Ford and Carrier and the stock market and calling Trump a racist, an Islamophobe and every other name.

But the people of America now see through this; the election proves it. We have the internet to spread news above and beyond media control. President-elect Trump is now speaking directly to the American people through Twitter and YouTube and rest assured that he is just getting started.

There are three forces that are blocking our economy, that Trump is going to address in his first 100 days – the highest corporate tax in the world; our astronomical national debt; and our lack of wealth-creating manufacturing jobs. Stephen Moore wrote the following in an essay called A Nation of Takers in the Wall Street Journal:

If you want to understand better why so many states …are teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, consider this depressing statistic: Today in America there are nearly twice as many people working for the government (22.5 million) than in all of manufacturing (11.5 million). This is an almost exact reversal of the situation in 1960, when there were 15 million workers in manufacturing and 8.7 million collecting a paycheck from the government.

It gets worse. More Americans work for the government than work in construction, farming, fishing, forestry, manufacturing, mining and utilities combined. We have moved decisively from a nation of makers to a nation of takers. Nearly half of the $2.2 trillion cost of state and local governments is the $1 trillion-a-year tab for pay and benefits of state and local employees. Is it any wonder that so many states and cities cannot pay their bills?

So there you go. Toss in our sky-high national debt under Obama, created by Obama, and you have the recipe for disaster.

At the same time the leftists who want bigger government and who favor government employment for themselves, and more and more debt to pay for government, are using that same government to drive manufacturing and mining jobs out of the US in two ways:

*By imposing excessive taxes, costs and mandates, excessive regulation, ‘green’ regulation and obstruction, high energy costs through government-imposed scarcity like the shutdown of power plants, and artificially high labor costs imposed by labor unions, which are aided by government. This ‘creeping socialism’ has been increasing since the 1950s.

*Much of our American economic decline stems from globalization and the departure of manufacturing jobs to lower-cost nations. Democrats and liberal Republicans are big-government globalists, while Donald Trump and American conservatives oppose globalism and wish to put America first. These globalist international trade agreements like NAFTA have allowed other countries like Mexico and China to take advantage of the US. Trump wants to renegotiate these agreements.

President Trump wants to turn all of this around. And he will. Apple, Carrier and Ford are just the start.

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