This election has definitely had its share of ups and downs, both in the Democrat and Republican Party – but especially on the Republican side. We’ve seen long-time Republicans in the Senate refuse to support the nominee. We saw 2016 Republican Presidential candidates like Jeb Bush, John Kasich, and Lindsay Graham break their pledge, and not endorse the nominee. Last, but not least, we heard last week’s video release of the 2016 Republican Presidential nominee, talking in a disgusting way towards women, which infuriated millions of people, including myself. But you know what, I still, without a doubt, will be placing my vote, for Donald J. Trump for President of the United States on November 8.
This election is too important, and we have two options: We have a man who’s built a successful business, converted it into a empire, and made billions of dollars in his life. He’s self-funded his campaign the entire way, he’s politically incorrect, he has ideas that do make sense, and he wants to keep the American Dream alive. Then you have Hillary Clinton, who’s more corrupt than any Washington insider in recent time. Clinton was the one who recently called half of Trump’s supporters, “racist, sexist, homophobic, and Islamphobic,” by describing them as a “basket of deplorables.”
So, with that, Hillary Clinton called a giant proportion of America “deplorable.” Just because I disagree with most of what Hillary Clinton says, and what she stands for, she has the right to call me deplorable? This is also coming out of the same mouth, where not too long ago, Hillary Clinton called African-American children, “super predators.”
I may not agree with everything Donald Trump has said during his campaign, or has done. Trust me, there’s been a few times I threw my arms in the air, saying out loud, “What are you doing!” Is he perfect? Absolutely not – but name me someone who is. It’s impossible to be perfect in this world.
The words out of Trump’s mouth 11 years ago were absolutely horrific, disgusting, despicable, and cringing, for me. You know what, he manned up about the situation and apologized immediately. For some people, that’s not enough to forgive – which is understandable. But you know what, actions speak louder than words, and Hilary’s actions have been far worse. From being involved in both Watergate, and Whitewater scandals, to her State Department decisions, where she allowed ISIS to become the world’s most dangerous terrorist organization. Let’s also not forget her actions and security failures with Benghazi, where she left four4 Americans to die. Last, but not least, her e-mail scandal. Hillary Clinton put our National Security at risk, and nearly put our country in jeopardy, by deleting 33,000 emails by using a private server with government information. President Nixon was forced to resign as President in 1974, because of 18 ½ minutes of deleted audio recording. Hillary Clinton did far worse, and honestly, it’s a shame that she wasn’t prosecuted – because if it were you, or me in this situation – our careers would be over.
Now, I can’t change your opinion if you are part of the Never Trump campaign. At the end of the day, I’ll respect your decision, and not look at you differently. However, I will leave you with this. Most of this country is tired of career lying, and lazy politicians. If you like the way this country is heading with open boarders, double trade, our country’s debt increasing, and having our 2nd Amendment on the verge of being taking away from American citizens, you go ahead and vote for Hillary Clinton.
If you want a change in our country, or if you want a shakeup in Washington, even if you supported Bernie Sanders, even as a democrat, if you’re not happy with the direction this country is going, you have to vote for Donald Trump. You may not like the man, his ego, his personality, etc. But if you want change, he is your only option.
Pennsylvania, a swing state in this election, has seen dramatic changes in party affiliationsafflictions. According to www.swingstate.com, The Pennsylvania Republican Party has seen an increase of 232,139 new voters since the last election in November 2015. Studies show that over 100,000 of them were registered Democrats.
It’s decision time, 2016. It’s time to put the boxing gloves on, and fight for what you believe in. You have got 18 days – the clock is ticking.