A Fight from the Beginning
By Michael J. Lewinski
President Trump has been at war with the establishment since he first set foot in the White House, and even long before that. He has been engaged by the Fourth Estate which is embedded in the mainstream media and allied with Progressive Democratic Socialists and major social media companies. From within his own party, never-Trump rinos have obstructed many of his plans to stand up for the unprotected American citizens.
The protected elites want to tell the unprotected masses what to do, when to do it, and how to do it. These Progressives don’t believe in limited government, lower taxes, and ending burdensome, job-killing regulations. They believe in higher taxes, an expansive government, and a regulatory state that tells you what to do and not to do, when to do it, and how to do it.
They believe in the right to murder unborn children through abortion. They believe you do not have a constitutional right to own guns for your self-defense under the second amendment. They believe you do not have religious freedom and the right to follow your conscience. They do not believe in individual liberty and are against taking personal responsibility for your actions.
When President Trump announced his candidacy to run again in Florida he said: “As one America, we believe in the American Constitution and the rule of law. We believe in the dignity of work and the sanctity of life. We believe that faith and family, not government and bureaucracy, are the true American way. We believe that children should be taught to love our country, honor our history, and always respect our great American flag, and we will live by the words of our national motto: ‘In God we Trust.’”
There is no way to placate these Progressive Democratic Socialists. The only thing you can do is vote against them and encourage your friends, co-workers, and family members to support Conservative and moderate candidates and pray for them to overcome.
Michael Lewinski holds a masters degree in special education. He taught special education classes at the junior and senior high school levels in Ohio and Indiana until his retirement in 2010.