So “the Blue Wave Starts Here,” wherever here is. In Vermont, where the Democrats have nominated for governor a man who says he’s a woman? Or in New York, where Governor Andrew Cuomo–who once said there is no place for conservatives in his state–has his eye on being the party’s presidential nominee in 2020.
Hey, he’s already got a campaign slogan! And here it is.
“We are not going to make America great again. America was never that great.” (https://www.cnn.com/2018/08/15/politics/andrew-cuomo-america-was-never-that-great/)
America was never that great.
Well, you can’t accuse Democrats of not telling us who they are. Shouting it from the housetops, even. Alexandra Octavio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders shilling for socialism. Vermont proposing to be governed by someone who’s mentally ill. Or Andy Cuomo dumping on your country. And don’t forget Hillary Clinton calling us “a basket of deplorables.”
Because America is no good, in their eyes, it stands in need of “fundamental transformation,” administered by themselves. With their guiding lights of transgenderism and same-sex phony marriage, open borders, socialism, and aggressive censorship of everyone who isn’t them, they think that this is what you want. And that you’ll sweep them into power so they can implement their warped ideas.
They’re telling you who they are and what they want to do, and you’d better listen. And you’d better believe them because they’re not kidding. They mean what they say.
“America was never that great”–meaning you, the American people. You stink. You need their guidance. You need them riding herd over you.
“America was never that great.”
If that campaign slogan doesn’t bring out votes for the Republicans, nothing will.
Do you want to be ruled by these people?
If you don’t, get out and vote and cream them in November like they’ve never been creamed before.