Joe Biden began by telling us that 150 million Americans have died due to gun violence since 2007. Who knew almost half of our population had been wiped out? That hyperbole was just the opening salvo. And none of the other candidates called him out for it because they relish the doomsday scenario.
The panel of screeching cats that stood before America tried desperately to out-whine each other. Meanwhile, the shadow of President Donald Trump and his achievements towered over them. Trump is so amazing that he wins debates he doesn’t even attend.
You would have assumed from the rhetoric that our nation was on its last leg. You would have thought that viruses, heat waves, and Russians were about to destroy the pitiful remnant who have survived the gun violence. You would have thought that Black and Latino voters needed to be rescued from their better jobs, higher pay, and brighter futures.
Have you ever seen so many politicians compete to see who is best at getting Americans to feel sorry for themselves? “WHAT WILL BECOME OF AMERICA IF WE LET THIS CONTINUE?!” they cried.
You mean if we keep winning? If we keep increasing manufacturing? If we stand with Israel and innocent babies? What indeed will become of us???? For starters, we will see the blessing of God return to law abiding, God fearing families. We will continue to see our enemies fear us and our allies respect us.
Tonight proved that this election is about being either strong or weak. Each Democrat made the case for weakness. ‘You need government. You need us to change the weather back. Racism is so bad you can’t even see it!’
The battle lines have been clearly drawn for all to see. If you are for Trump, you are for a strong economy, strong families, strong morals, and strong national defense. You are for trading with other nations from strength. You are for conducting foreign policy from strength. You are for strong personal responsibility, privacy and a private sector that is free from suffocating regulations. You are for productivity, not dependence. You want a paycheck, not a hand out.
Trump thinks you ought to keep your money—he thinks you know better than big government how make your finances grow. Trump believes you have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The other side believes in only one thing: getting rid of Donald Trump. And you could lose 150 million brain cells trying to figure out why anyone would want to do that.