Let’s face it – president Donald Trump is like no other world leader ever. He is flamboyant and brash and outspoken. He knows what he knows. He expresses common sense. He “says it like it is”. And he is much more popular than the media let on for being such a unique character.
When he talks, hundreds of millions of people in the US and around the world say, “That’s what I’ve always thought but I was afraid to say it…”
When the president said in 2015 as a candidate that “rapists” are coming into the US over the Mexican border he was savaged by the media and the Democrats, but he was correct. And rapists are just the start. We have had murderers, drug dealers, child molesters, sadists, terrorists and every other type of criminal entering our country over that porous border, probably by the hundreds of thousands or even more out of the tens of millions who have come in over that border.
Liberals detest Trump’s passionate outspokenness since Trump is saying things that a polite president of the United States is not supposed to say.
On the other hand Obama talked in that passionless monotone, acting like he knew everything but ultimately saying little or nothing. It is amazing how much liberals adhere to this template, as if they are college professors lecturing their stupid students who listen in rapt attention without ever challenging the speaker.
The reason that Democrats, liberals, leftists and domestic terror groups like ‘antifa’ are reacting with outrage, violence, threats and intimidation to president Trump and his agenda is because, as the old saying goes, “the pen is mightier than the sword” and also “the spoken word is mightier than the sword.” And Trump’s words are lighting the world on fire, along with his “pen” on Twitter.
For thousands of years humans have yearned for the truth and have reacted positively when they heard it and understood it. That is why Trump resonates – because tens of millions of Americans hear the hard truth in what he says. He does not obfuscate and speak in faux erudite tones like Obama or John Kerry, or sugar-coat the issues.
But Trump must do more than just talk. He must follow up with action and he has done so. Thus the spoken and written truth coupled to dynamic and effective action gives us real and enduring leadership and change. Obama’s legacy is being buried.
On his recent trip to Europe president Trump spoke up again and again with his blunt wisdom. First he rattled the Europeans when he demanded that they start paying more for their defense, which no other US president has dared to do.
This is an issue that conservatives have been speaking about for decades. Finally Trump enunciated it. Great. This came after he hinted at pulling US troops out of NATO, which is something else that American presidents are never supposed to even think about.
Then in Britain president Trump courageously broached two other politically-incorrect issues. The Sun newspaper reported:
Trump says mass migration from the Middle East and Africa is permanently changing Europe for the worse
And he claimed the situation pains him personally as the son of two EU countries.
Mr Trump told The Sun: “I have great love for countries in Europe.
“Don’t forget, essentially I’m a product of the European Union, between Scotland and Germany.
“Right? My father Germany, my mother Scotland.”
Donald Trump says politicians must ‘act quickly’ to reverse the change that has happened in Europe
But he added: “I think what has happened to Europe is a shame.
“Allowing the immigration to take place in Europe is a shame.
“I think it changed the fabric of Europe and, unless you act very quickly, it’s never going to be what it was and I don’t mean that in a positive way.
This is what billions of people across the world are thinking but nobody has the power to make it stick like president Trump does.
Trump truly is giving voice to the “voiceless” and the ‘forgotten man’ here and in Britain and all over the world. He is the most famous global figure, perhaps ever, and his stature is growing. This terrifies the globalists and leftists. Breitbart News reported about another issue:
U.S. President Donald J. Trump has issued a damning indictment of London Mayor Sadiq Khan, saying he has done a “terrible job” on terrorism and crime.
“I think allowing millions and millions of people to come into Europe is very, very sad,” the President told The Sun, ahead of his working visit to the United Kingdom.
“I look at cities in Europe, and I can be specific if you’d like. You have a mayor who has done a terrible job in London. He has done a terrible job.
“Take a look at the terrorism that is taking place. Look at what is going on in London. I think he has done a very bad job on terrorism,” he added.
Khan, who (in)famously suggested that terrorism was “part and parcel of living in a great global city”, admitted that there were around 200 former Islamic State fighters at large in the British capital shortly after the London Bridge terror attacks.
… Khan also suggested the terror threat had nothing to do with mass migration, claiming falsely that the London Bridge terrorists “hadn’t come from overseas”. In fact, the three killers were all born abroad in Pakistan and North Africa, and two came to Britain posing as asylum seekers.
This is great. The gloves are off. Khan is a muslim who was born in Britain of Pakistani immigrant parents and was elected mayor of London in May 2016. He has done his best to ignore the rising crime and terrorism in London under his rule. Khan is a far-left socialist and a pro-muslim activist.
Most of the British media are cooperating with Khan just as most of the American media cooperate with Obama and the Democrats. They generally ignore radical islam and terror attacks in Britain. For instance they have dropped all references to the Manchester terror bombing of a pop concert on May 22, 2017 in which 23 people were killed and 139 wounded, most of them young girls who were fans of Ariana Grande, the star who was singing that evening.
This is part of the islamic terror war on Western civilization including targeting the most innocent among us. Trump is talking openly about it while there are many factions in the West who are trying to cover it up or are remaining silent.
Meanwhile anti-Trump protesters turn out by the thousands across America and in London but say nothing about the rapists, murderers, drug dealers and child molesters who are pouring over our border, or blowing up young girls in Britain or mowing down citizens with trucks in New York City or in Nice, France.
No, we are supposed to forget all of that… until Trump came along, that is.
Democrats fear most that Trump’s style is spreading, that conservative Americans no longer are going to remain silent but are going to get tough on the issues as Trump has. If you look at the ‘comments’ sections on the internet you can see conservatives increasingly emboldened.
It even has spread to Congress. At the July 12 US House hearings at which FBI agent Peter Strzok testified Republican congressman Louie Gohmert of Texas savaged Strzok for his blatant bias against president Trump and then, in Gohmert’s opinion, lying about it. Fox News reported:
An already raucous hours-long Congressional hearing into FBI agent Peter Strzok’s apparent anti-Trump bias boiled over on Thursday afternoon, as a top Republican asked the “smirking” Strzok whether he was lying under oath the same way he “lied” to his wife while he carried on an affair with now-former FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
“The disgrace is what this man has done to our justice system,” Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, shouted over objections by Democrats. “I can’t help but wonder, when I see you looking there with a little smirk, how many times did you look so innocent into your wife’s eyes and lie to her about Lisa Page?”
Wow. Kaboom. The room erupted. The Democrats shouted and screamed. How could Gohmert be so brazen? they wondered.
Answer: He learned it from Donald Trump, and it is not going away. It has become part of the political ‘war’ in America in which only the Democrats were fighting up until Trump’s election. Trump has now encouraged all of us to join in. And together we will win again and again.