Many thought that Donald J. Trump and impossible candidate for the President of the United States. For many others, the mere thought of it was the darkest of dark nightmares. For me, it was a little smirk of rebellion and about a 40% probability that he would win, despite the most blatantly aggressive negative media campaign ever launched against him.
If you don’t understand why Trump won in 2016, the you don’t understand America or Americans at all. He spoke for people who had no voice and had be silenced for a long time. He made people proud to be part of the greatest country in the history of the world again, which America undoubtedly is (if you don’t think so, you are free to leave any time and see what the rest of the world is like).
During President Trump’s first few months, I was nervous, especially about the potential for an escalation with North Korea. But, like so many others, I underestimated our former President and he delivered far more than I expected he could.
“Trumpism” is here to stay, and that is a good thing for the United States of America. It’s not all pleasant and nice, nor is life itself. I’m not a Republican or a Trump supporter, but like the Donald I know a good deal when I see one.
But, make no mistake about this, compared to the Biden Régime, the era of President Trump up until the overreaction to the China Virus took over society will seem like paradise, an diminishing oasis of freedom and prosperity.