5 Reasons Why Donald Trump Will Win 40 States in 2020

If you listen to the mainstream media you might think the President’s days are numbered. There are some things that don’t look good with the Russia probe and Michael Flynn but in reality, those things will resolve themselves and our President’s accomplishments will shine through!

1. The Russia Probe will Fizzle Out

To date, there hasn’t been a single shred of evidence that the President illegally colluded with the Russians to win the election. The left and its cronies just can’t accept that the American people don’t want a third term of Obama. Obama said himself that people that voted for him twice voted for Trump and he doesn’t get it. That’s exactly right. The elites just don’t get it and they never will.

2. His Support Amongst Minorities is Rising

Poll after poll has shown that the President’s support amongst Black voters is rising substantially. A Rasmussen poll in August indicated that Black support for Trump reached record levels! African Americans are beginning to realize that their so-called leaders are really only interested in one thing; padding their own bank accounts!

Remember when Hillary Clinton was counting on the so-called ‘Latino surge’ to push her over the edge in 2016? Unfortunately for her that never materialized. Real Clear Politics reported that support for President Trump is rising amongst Latinos as well. This is very significant because Latinos constitute up to 30% of the electorate in many voting blocks!

The Asian community is also benefiting greatly from the President’s policies. His pro-growth policies have caused Asian unemployment to drop to record levels.  As The Washington Examiner put it: “Asians are winning big under Trump”.

3. Finally, America is First!

Past conservative presidents have given mere lip service to America’s greatness while supporting unfair trade policies that hurt the American worker. No more! President Trump has stood up to the elite and is working to reverse policies that benefit the elite but hurt honest everyday workers like you and me!

He’s punished countries that don’t play fair and made deals with those who are willing to play nice with us. Before we allowed China to steal our intellectual property and undercut our workers by devaluing their currency. Donald Trump is the first president with the balls to finally say; no!

4. Trump Has an Unshakeable Base of Steel (and Teflon)

The elites of both parties and their cronies in the mainstream media have done everything they can to discredit President Trump. The man can’t even walk to the 9/11 memorial without being criticized.  It’s no surprise then that media coverage of the President is 90% negative.

They hoped their constant negative coverage of him would shake his base and cause them to cower. They’ve tried constantly bombarding us with negative coverage, they’ve tried humiliating us by denying us service at their restaurants, they’ve even tried attacking us physically but we will never yield!

5. Reduction in Government

President Trump has cut more regulations than any other president in history at the same point in his administration. From job-killing environmental extremist rules to unfair rules that put male students at an extreme disadvantage if he’s accused of sexual assault at our universities. Trump is not a friend of big government which only serves to fulfill its own selfish desire to grow.

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6. Restored the Judicial System to It’s Proper Role

Did you know the constitution doesn’t give the Supreme Court system any enforcement power whatsoever? Its decisions are enforced through the grace of the executive branch and there’s a very good reason for that. The founding fathers realized that having men (& women) in a lifetime position is very corrupting and very dangerous. Those on the left would have unelected judges make law while ignoring the inherent danger in doing so just to advance their agenda. With the successful appointment of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court the judiciary will return to it’s proper function of interpreting law rather than making it for generations to come!

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The Best of President Trump’s Accomplishments

The media loves to bash him and he’s genuinely despised by the elites on both sides. That should tell you that he’s doing something right! But every now and then we Trump supporters need a little boost to counter all the negativity we constantly hear about our beloved President.

That’s why I’ve compiled this list as a reminder of all the good that our President Trump has done.

Deregulation

One of my personal favorite accomplishments is his record on cutting red tape. Remember that bureaucracy is an enemy not a friend!

President Trump signed an Executive Order, mandating that two regulations must be eliminated for every regulation created in order to reduce compliance costs.

  • The Administration actually eliminated 22 regulations for every new regulatory action.
  • The Administration issued 67 deregulatory actions while only imposing three new regulatory actions.
  • In FY 2017, the Administration saved $8.1 billion in lifetime net regulatory cost savings, equivalent to $570 million per year.

President Trump signed an Executive Order that reduced the time it took to approve infrastructure projects from 10 years to two years.

President Trump has rolled back President Obama’s job killing power plan and ended the previous administration’s war on coal.
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UNPRECEDENTED REGULATORY ROLLBACK:

  • To date, 860 regulatory actions have been withdrawn or removed from active status.
  • The WSJ said President Trump is “rolling back more regulations than any President in history.”

RECORD-SETTING NUMBER OF CONGRESSIONAL REVIEW ACT (CRA) BILLS SIGNED:

  • President Trump has signed a record-breaking 15 CRA bills to roll back regulations.
  • Since the CRA became law in 1996, only one had ever been signed (George W. Bush in 2001)
  • Along with Executive Orders, these bills will reduce regulatory costs by $18 billion annually.

Putting Americans to Work

Under President Trump’s leadership, Congress passed historic tax cuts and relief for hard-working Americans. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act:

  • Is the first major tax reform signed in 30 years.
  • Federal revenues are increasing as the economy grows. April 2018 had a record surplus of $214 billion.
  • Over 500 companies (507) have announced bonuses, wage increases, and new investments.
  • Businesses have invested $482 billion in new, American projects and employees.
  • More than 4.8 million workers received increased wages or bonuses (3.7% of all private workers).
  • Provided $1.5 trillion in tax cuts to individuals.
  • American families received $3.2 trillion in gross tax cuts and saw the child tax credit double.
  • A family of four making $73,000 will get a cut of over $2,000-cutting their taxes in half.
  • Nearly doubled the standard deduction.
  • Repealed Obamacare’s burdensome individual mandate.
  • The bill provides a 20% deduction for small business income, which means $415 billion tax cut.
  • The President lowered the corporate tax rate was lowered from the highest in the industrialized world (35%) to 21%.

The U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew at or above 3 percent for two quarters in a row for the first time in three years.

  • 2017 third quarter GDP grew 3.2 percent.
  • 2017 second quarter GDP grew 3.1 percent.

Foreign Policy

Under previous administrations from both parties other countries would take our money and then raise their noses at us. Our government was more concerned about the welfare of foreigners than its own citizens. Our veterans were literally dying waiting to be seen by a doctor yet illegal aliens were getting free health care.

PROMOTING FAIR AND RECIPROCAL TRADE:
President Trump put America first in trade so American workers aren’t put at a disadvantage.

One of President Trump’s first actions was to withdraw the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, advancing his agenda to protect American workers.

The Trump Administration began renegotiations of trade agreements that contribute to the U.S. trade deficit and harmed American workers.

  • Renegotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement are still underway to modernize the deal so that all countries benefit.

President Trump worked to bring foreign investment back to the United States so more goods are made in America by American workers.

  • South Korean companies announced 64 projects that will invest more than $17 billion in the U.S. over four years and will purchase $58 billion in goods and services.
  • Foxconn announced its investment of $10 billion in Wisconsin to build a factory that will employ thousands of workers directly, and up to 22,000 workers indirectly.
  • Toyota and Mazda announced a $1.6 billion investment that will go toward a new manufacturing plant in the U.S., creating an estimated 4,000 jobs.
  • At the White House, Broadcom Limited announced they were moving their headquarters back to the United States, bringing potentially $20 billion in annual revenue.

President Trump worked to promote the sale of more American products abroad.

  • President Trump and King Salman of Saudi Arabia oversaw the signing of a historic $400 billion in deals between U.S. and Saudi companies.

The Trump Administration made enforcement of U.S. trade laws a top priority and has already made significant progress.

  • To defend U.S. national security interests, President Trump blocked a foreign company from acquiring a U.S. business for only the fourth time in history.
  • Since President Trump was sworn into office, the Department of Commerce has initiated 79 antidumping and countervailing duties (AD/CVD) investigations.
  • The U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) self-initiated a Section 301 investigation into whether Chinese policies, acts, and practices related to technology transfer, licensing, and intellectual property are unreasonable or discriminatory.  This is the first use of Section 301 since 2001.

President Trump delivered on his promise to roll back the Obama Administration’s bad deal with Cuba, which benefitted the Cuban regime at the expense of the Cuban people.

  • The Treasury Department and State Department put new sanction rules to channel economic activity away from the Cuban government, particularly the military, and towards the people of Cuba.
President Trump followed through on his promise and recognized Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Israel, and directed the relocation of the U.S. Embassy. After announcing the United States’ recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, President Trump quickly and efficiently opened the Embassy in Israel at a low cost to tax payers.
  • The State Department announced the new US Embassy in Israel would move to Jerusalem.
  • The Trump Administration withdrew from UNESCO to show it would not stand for the anti-Israel bias of the organization.
  • On May 14, 2018, the United States officially opened our Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel, 70 years to the day that President Truman recognized Israel as an independent country, making the United States the first nation to do so.

RESTORING AMERICAN INFLUENCE:

President Trump has made historic trips and delivered speeches abroad restoring America’s influence around the world.

President Trump went on a historic 12-day tour through Asia, including visits to five countries and attended three regional summits to promote America’s interests.

  • South Korea and Japan pledged to build closer defense collaboration with the United States, and the President underscored the commitment of the United States to providing advanced military equipment.
  • Cooperation was boosted between the Quad countries (the United States, Japan, India and Australia) on the sidelines of ASEAN in Manila.
  • President Trump reaffirmed the commitment of the United States to promote prosperity and security in the region by modernizing America’s development finance institutions and increasing their coordination with Japanese counterparts.

President Trump traveled to the Middle East and Europe to solidify relations with our allies in both regions and to push for greater commitments and cooperation.

  • President Trump visited Mecca, Jerusalem, and Rome, three of the world’s holiest places.
  • In Saudi Arabia, President Trump pushed for a coalition of nations to confront Iran and attended the opening of the Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology.
  • President Trump persuaded allies to develop national plans to boost defense spending up to 2 percent of GDP by 2024, and for NATO to formally join the coalition to defeat ISIS at the 2017 NATO Leaders’ meeting.

President Trump visited Poland and a meeting of the G-20, where he pushed for closer cooperation and American First policies.

  • With G20 partners and the World Bank, the U.S. championed the establishment of the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative (WeFi), which could leverage in excess of $1 billion in financing to support women entrepreneurs.

NORTH KOREA:

  • UN Security Council unanimously passed new sanctions on North Korea.
  • President Trump secured new commitments from Vietnam and China to increase pressure.
  • China affirmed it would fully implement UN Security Council resolutions to pressure North Korea.

KEEPING OUR PROMISE ON U.S.-CUBA POLICY:

The President kept his promise to roll back the Obama Administration’s bad deal on Cuba that benefited the Cuban regime at the expense of the Cuban people.

Cattle Ranchers Have No Beef With Trump!

“Beef its what’s for dinner”

We’ve all heard that slogan. It’s the beef industries main marketing message and President Trump apparently was listening he’s the former owner of Trump Steaks after all.

As we all know President Trump has eliminated or stopped from coming into effect over 1500 regulations.  One of the biggest areas of progress has been reining in the rogue environmental protection agency. An agency filled with left wing hippies bent on crushing any human development  and killing the American agriculture industry.

Watch a video on how Obama’s EPA used the clean water act to nearly bankrupt a family farm

IThe EPA has over 15,000 employeesEPA Headquarters in Washington DC. The EPA has over 15,000 employees

In this case John Duarte, the farm owner, was lucky. He had the pacific legal foundation take his case and fight the federal behemoth that is the EPA.  But many people are not so lucky. A quick search on google will reveal hundreds of stories of how the EPA bullied private home owners and farmers off of their own land.  It is estimated that regulations cost agriculture 1.82 billion dollars in just the state of California.

There’s a new sheriff in town

There’s a new sheriff in town and his name is Donald Trump. His main deputy Scott Pruitt has promised to tame the EPA beast to enforce regulations in a sensible way.

“What it’s not telling you is that the president while all of the showmanship is going on with the tweets and with the bad reporting of the media, he’s getting a lot of stuff done for agriculture.”

-Colin Woodall, National Cattlemen’s Beef Association.


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Trump had a rocky start with the beef industry by cancelling the TPP but he redeemed himself  in a big way by negotiating a deal with China to accept US Beef.  The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association  said in response to the deal:

“It’s impossible to overstate how beneficial this will be for America’s cattle producers, and the Trump Administration deserves a lot of credit for getting this achieved,”

This is a new 2.5 billion dollar market for US cattle ranchers. We must fight to protect our family farmers and ranchers. They help to feed America.

Trump Steaks anyone?

This of course should be of no surprise to anyone. The President has stated that “Steaks are [his] favorite food”.  He himself was a purveyor of American beef with his Trump Steaks brand. The Trump Steaks were supplied by Buckhead Beef, the same America-based company that supplied steaks to many of his hotel-casino properties.

{President Trump was featured on the June 2007 issue of the Sharper Image magazine to promote Trump Steaks. On June 5, 2007, Trump Steaks debuted on the QVC home shopping television channel, with Trump making an appearance on the network.

The steaks received positive reviews by both the Associated Press (AP) , The Oaklahoman , and the Palm Beach Post which stated :

“Trump isn’t kidding. Our panelists could barely believe how flavorful and tender the 16-ounce bone-in rib-eye was.”

Unfortunately, the steaks were discontinued due to poor sales. At $999 for its highest package that was a little too rich for most people’s blood.

However, the CEO of Sharper Image Jerry W. Levin (the distributor of the steaks) was still grateful to the President saying that  the President’s image attracted customers to the store who in turn purchased other things.

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Why The Trump Tariffs Make America Great Again!

Ah the Trump tariffs.  A wedge issue that is currently dividing patriots across the our great nation.

We’ve been told for decades by the intellectuals & elites that ‘free trade is good!’.

The Trump tariffs on imported aluminum and steel are an antithetical slap in the face to that narrative.

Do these tariffs in fact serve as proof that Trump really doesn’t know what the heck he’s doing?

Before you make a decision on the Trump tariffs  I encourage you to take this quiz to see what you know about the current world trade situation our great America is in.

How the rest of the world treats us

NAFTA cost net one million American jobs. Okay maybe you knew that but did you know that the jobs lost were good paying manufacturing jobs that came complete with health and benefit packages.

The pro-NAFTA crowd will say that trade created jobs in America.  While that’s true the lion’s share of those are service jobs which on average pay 20% less than American jobs and most of the time don’t include the same benefit packages that manufacturing jobs did.

Indonesia & India 

Indonesia taxes American motorcycles at 400%.

Why is that significant? Because Indonesia is one of the world’s largest motorcycle markets nearly 8 million motorcycles were sold in Indonesia in 2014.

Therefore to limit competition from American companies the Indonesian government taxes American motorcycles at 400%. India levies a 100% duty on American motorcycles as well.

The Philippines 

We allow foreigners to buy land here and drive up prices but other countries don’t give American immigrants the same privilege. It is illegal for an American to buy land in the Philippines; an American can’t even own a condo that’s on the first floor in the Philippines.

This is significant because the Philippines is a major retirement destination for Americans; especially retired veterans. As a result American man are forced to put their property in their girlfriend’s or wife’s name which is very risky for obvious reasons.

Canada

Canada taxes American dairy products at 270%. Canada has made it abundantly clear that it intends to protect its dairy industry no matter what the Americans say. That being said Canada may sell its milk here with little tax.

American emigrants

Other countries don’t treat American immigrants the same as we treat theirs either. All immigrants illegal or legal are entitled to due process prior to being deported from the United States.

However, other countries don’t see it that way for American immigrants. For example did you know in the Philippines an American can be deported for something as trivial as ‘disrespecting a Filipino’?

Yes its true. If you cross the wrong Filipino and he files a complaint against you as an immigrant you are eligible to be deemed an ‘undesirable alien’ and deported. You have no right to due process either.

There are no ‘dreamers’ in the Philippines…

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The American experience then & now

Currently 2.5 million Americans are addicted to opioid drugs. The epicenters of this crises are in the rest belt where massive job loss has impacted so-called ‘privileged’ white men the most.

The very jobs lost were the ones killed by free trade agreements such as (but not only) NAFTA. This has helped to stagnate wages for the last 50 years.

I was watching a documentary on Geroge Wallace and on it they said something very interesting.

They said Arthur Bremer (the man that shot him) lived in his own apartment and was a bus boy and part time janitor.

It took me aback that in 1972 a bus boy could afford to have his own apartment.  I can’t think of anybody in a job like that who could afford their own place in 2018.

So-called Free trade has hurt more than just manufacturing workers. Think because you’re not a blue collar worker that free trade won’t hurt you?

Think again…

Just between 2001-2003 over 250,000 call center jobs were outsourced to India and the Philippines.  University of California-San Francisco fired 49 IT workers and replaced them with cheap labor from India. Disney and Southern California Edison both did the same thing.

Which leads me to my next point…

Who’s really benefiting from free trade?

The main beneficiaries of ‘free trade’ are large multinational corporations.  Minimal labor and environmental standards abroad have benefited  the bottom line of the multinational corporations.

Many people rightfully pointed out the in the TPP a corporation could decide it didn’t like one of our laws and take us to a court of un-elected international judges and the law would be overturned.

What many don’t mention is that NAFTA has similar provisions.

President Trump has said over and over again that he’s not against trade.

He simply wants fair trade!

The President has said it’s not fair that other countries get to put their needs first but for some reason we can’t do the same.

We finally have a president that is willing to stand up to special interests and elites of both parties and do whats best for the working man the average American.

In short President Trump simply wants to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!