Both Bernie and Biden are vying for the Presidency under the mantra of the New Democratic Party, a party which has disconnected itself from Americana and traditional American values, instead trying to change the nation by massive immigration influx, acceptance of standards that most Americans disapprove, and now even says there should be no limits to the taking of viable life, even in the case of babies already having been born. Oh, they try to avoid those subjects, but its very clear they have no problem with those things, as well as voiding determination of sex, appropriate treatment of such in very private places like locker rooms and changing facilities while casting disdain at those who, using their constitutional rights while the still have them, stand for moral values and faith with pride and determination. This has resulted in a massive new division of peoples, but unlike what they say about the racial divide, the division is more about values and viewpoints than it is about race. No one wants to admit it, but the President is drawing much more favor from both the Black and Hispanic communities not due to hype and harping on past wrongs, but by actually doing something that helps bring them into the mainstream of America as productive, working citizens. Look at the inner cities around the country and look at the leadership of those cities and more often than not we see people of color taking advantage of other people of color. They talk and talk and talk, but produce nothing but enough of a handout to keep the recipients on their reservation. Trump is starting to change all that. And while he is now seventy-three, only about five years younger than the leading Democratic wannabes, he has the energy of a man half his age and the stamina to move things as fast as he can. Just wait until the campaign in the fall gets going full swing and see who is up earliest, covers the most ground and is still going come midnight. It will be Trump.
Trump is not an ideologue. Trump is not a figurehead. Trump is a man with keen business acumen and he is applying that acumen to the slow and bumbling bureaucracy and many of the "dead in place" careerists don't like it. The dug in politicians in his own party also often try to slow him down for they are just as guilty as Democrats of being more concerned about their own cushy setup than the country. Trump threatens them for he is not a Republican first, but an American. His pledge is to accomplish what he announced as his platform in July 2016. He has been stymied on some of those things, yet he has accomplished a lot despite the adversity of others. That just actually drives him on since he is guided by his commitment to the average American, not what the media says about him. He's a leader, a fighter and a man who won't take no for an answer when he focuses on what he wants done and the upcoming election will show just how strong he is. If you think the pundits were wrong in 2016, just wait and see and when Biden or Bernie leaves with their tail between their legs, America will wake up and push forward even stronger, knowing that another four years of accomplishment, not apology, is underway.
This shouldn't be a surprise to anyone and it wouldn't be if the media reported what was really happening, but while they focused on creating slanted polls and trying to build the narrative to support them, Trump has instead just shown them for what they are. The truth is that just like in 2016 when thousands would stand in line for a Trump rally when Hillary couldn't fill a middle school auditorium, his rallies are even bigger now and thousands even stood in the rain to vote for him in primaries where he really had no competition. So, either Easy Joe or Crazy Bernie has more than their work cut out for them and I can't wait to see a debate between either one of them and the President. Do you know how to say TKO? Well, you better learn fast.