‘Are We Immoral (But They’re Not)?’ (2018)

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There wasn’t a day of Donald Trump’s presidency in which Democrats didn’t try to get him out of office. After four years, they finally managed it. And destroyed the integrity of our electoral process, maybe forever.

And there wasn’t a day of that four-year siege when they didn’t have some cockeyed “evangelicals” scolding the rest of us for supporting the one man who stood up to the Far Left and mostly stood alone. Like, we were “baaaad Christians” for supporting him.

Are We Immoral (but they’re not)?

I voted for Trump because he wasn’t Hillary Clinton. I voted for him again because he turned out to be the best president we ever had in my lifetime.

I don’t know if we’ll ever get our country back.

6 comments on “‘Are We Immoral (But They’re Not)?’ (2018)

  1. Yes, I voted for Trump to keep Hillary out as well. I was afraid because Trump was different than the politicians running the show and I didn’t know what we were in for with him in the White House. But he did turn out to be the best president because he was there everyday for us – the U.S. citizens who are never listened to, or given any thought by the career politicians whose cages he rattled everyday.

  2. Like so many, I also voted for Trump because he wasn’t Hillary but then came to think of him as the best president of my lifetime — and that goes back to FDR. He really did put America first. And he really did — still does, I imagine — love America and ordinary Americans. Which is why the left put so much effort and money into bringing him down. They were actually afraid of him. Fortunately, so were our foreign enemies.

    And some people here may disagree with me, but … I loved his “mean tweets.” No one else seemed to have the guts to stand up to our enemies, both foreign and domestic.

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