For those who followed and supported Donald J. Trump since the announcement of his candidacy, today’s inaugural speech made no apologies and offered no refuge from the populist message he has conveyed without refrain or neglect of those he proudly represents: the marginalized masses of political contempt. In the brooding face of media elites and plotting Democratic foes, the billionaire bulldog spoke with unflinching resolve and a majestic sense of duty dedicated to honoring the country he loves and reforming a hostile government willingly bereft of common sense and culpability. Not only were his words powerful, his convictions refreshingly candid, it’s clear his vintage charter of “America First” will scuttle the globalist agenda in favor of reclaiming our economic vitality, restoring the rule of law, defeating Islamic barbarism and embodying the independent spirit of the American exceptionalism so tirelessly suffocated by progressive malcontents.
Despite mocking his every nuance or constitutional affirmation as divisive and dangerous on this day of national revelry – a characterization egregiously lacking from the unvetted Marxist beliefs, Islamic loyalties and anti-American associates of one Barack Hussein Obama – the press continues to operate under the delusion they are anything but a yellow stain of petulance on the road map to progress. When your pulpit of propaganda crucifies a man’s reputation and true intent, incites people to the point of fracture over an “incomprehensible” election result, the cross of betrayal is yours to bear alone. The truth is, after enduring 8 years of executive deception and pardoned corruption, Donald Trump shouldn’t have to mince words solely to coddle the tears of melting snowflakes or tread lightly to protect the fragile egos of the status quo simply because so-called educated pundits are now incapable of objective discourse, or at the very least, identifying the unrivaled source of our ills and societal division.
If putting ‘America First’ is such a radical and foreign concept, why do we vote, pay taxes, have borders, sing the national anthem or celebrate the Fourth of July? Better yet, before I believe China, Iran, Syrian refugees or the United Nations have our best interests at heart, I don’t ever again want to witness the “radical” proposition of electing a president that doesn’t love America or instinctively put the welfare of his or her countrymen first and foremost. Yes, contrary to paid protestors, it is entirely possible to lead a sovereign nation from a position of strength, a prudent platform of self-preservation, without abandoning empathy or the international community. And for those who don’t agree, tell me what goes through your mind when you tuck your kids in bed at night or endlessly endeavor how to best protect and provide for your family.