Who would you entrust more with your livelihood and the security of your family: a career politician who deceives with unconscionable regularity for personal gain, catering to a political agenda over the founding charter of a sovereign nation and the welfare of her people, or a proven executive who bodes the real world experience, responsibility and expertise necessary to succeed where so many have failed? As the uber-successful CEO of Exxon, Rex Tillerson is a respected businessman who understands leaders are accountable for their actions and cabinet appointments are not for individual glory, to wage petty political agendas, but to fiercely protect the interests of the American people by brokering the most advantageous policy possible. If I may, what good is “insider” diplomatic experience when it requires bathing in the same cesspool of corruption, diving off the same jagged platform of propaganda that defies logic at nearly every step, destabilizes the global economy in favor of rewarding inept regimes or ruthless dictators, and spends over $100 million to transport unvetted Syrian “refugees” into vulnerable civilian centers while its own veterans are dying everyday from inadequate healthcare? Does a “qualified” diplomat mysteriously lose 6 billion in taxpayer funds or sell 20% of our Uranium supply to a rival superpower for a cash donation to her private foundation? In the real world you either produce and set the bar of expectations or you’re the underlying problem. . . the whining status quo drowning in excuses and discontent. Skilled executives aren’t interested in playing political charades for participation trophies by signing off on nonsensical deals ensuring their own demise or that of their constituents. They’re interested in winning…every time! And that’s exactly why Donald Trump won: America first, politics third.
There is loyalty, duty, and then there are those globalist charlatans who plot to disgrace America’s heritage and usurp our Constitutional rights through the progressive vacuum known as progressivism. Sorry, Mr. President, but it’s to hard to claim the intellectual high ground when you’re last two nominees for Secretary of State…Hillary Clinton and John Kerry…embraced our enemies, if not their pocketbooks, with unbridled avarice and treasonous enthusiasm. The irreconcilable difference between a Trump administration and the smug subversion of Barack Obama is that his successor’s plan to defeat ISIS will not include James Taylor serenading jihadists with “You’ve Got A Friend”, the Islamic Caliphate of Iran will be condemned as radical sponsors of terrorism, Red China will be punished for oppressing human rights and manipulating international currency, and Saudi Arabia will no longer have a controlling interest in our government’s foreign or energy policies.
Unlike his vastly more “experienced” predecessors – i.e., the leftist league of anti-American apologists – Rex Tillerson is an exceedingly shrewd capitalist and a proud nationalist who has cultivated relationships with numerous governments across the globe. Before liberals turned the acronym “CEO” into a political beacon of class warfare – those commercial pillars of ambition, innovation, that actually created jobs and transformed lives – the term commanded respect and required a level of aptitude, achievement, few could fathom let alone boast. If the objective of an international ambassador is to develop or nurture relationships with allies and adversaries alike, to negotiate from a position of strength, conviction and competence, then how could Mr. Tillerson – an unapologetic patriot and proven executive – be any worse than the proud pallbearers of American Exceptionalism: Hillary Clinton and John Kerry? Malice is not by mistake, and murder is not without intent. If “God saved the Queen” then let us begin the arduous task of bringing back America from the depths of depravity and the fog of orchestrated division.