Trump: One Year In Office

Looking back on 2017

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A Nation of Citizens. Not Immigrants.

After one year in office, Trump has not received any help from the legislative branch. We have witnessed Jeff Flake, and Bob Corker announce their retirements because they would rather step down than help the President pass his agenda.

A lot of people on the far right are becoming skeptical of Donald Trump’s motives. It does seem that his style of governing has been watered down. Steve Bannon and Sebastian Gorka are no longer at his side to be that nationalist voice that he needs. Prototypes for the border wall have been built, but now we are at a standstill. So in the first year of Donald J. Trump’s Presidency, what has he done?

The answer to that question is very simple. If Donald Trump was to step down tomorrow, he has accomplished a whole host of things. His campaign ignited a spirit that has been gone for decades. His campaign has ignited a spirit of American nationalism that I haven’t seen in my lifetime. People began to notice that the American identity is on a rapid decline. “Death of the West” tried to warn us, but we didn’t listen then. We are listening now.

Pat Buchanan death of the west
Photo: Pat Buchanan “Death of the West”

 

Islam is a pure threat to western civilization. We see it happening in Europe, and it’s already happening here. Why must the US open up our borders and allow our country to fall to a third world and murderous ideology? Is that truly a strength? President Trump allowed people to stand up and have a voice. We have a right to say “no.” We have a right to control the future of our great country.

We also have Neil Gorsech. I understand that Gorsech is part of the establishment, but I would rather have him than a radical left-wing activist. The Supreme Court will eventually determine American’s destiny. They have the power in their hands. We could potentially see another seat be vacated, and Trump will be able to seat another conservative. That should at least buy us some time.

The slogan “Make America Great Again” will go on without Trump. If he is elected for a second term, there will be 2024. He has created a cataclysm of movements that are moving towards American nationalism. We are a country of our own. Our forefathers built this country. We should have the right to determine what direction the country is going.

He has also created the anti-establishment movement. These career politician shills have been destroying our country for decades. At one time, I believed that George W. Bush was a patriot. There are a lot of “muh freedom” Americans that still do, but Trump has exposed the corruption that exists in these people.

We must focus and find another candidate. Donald Trump serves a purpose, and he will continue to carry this out. I have been saying for months that Trump was just the beginning. He is just the opening of the door. Since 1964, we have been drifting away from the Founders’ vision. We were betrayed by Republicans and Democrats who gave the country away to global elitists.

The neocons are not our allies. Donald Trump has essentially “red-pilled” Americans to this perspective. The same people who are railing against the Paul Ryans and John McCains were the ones that supported them in 2008 and 2012.

Of course, I would love to see a 10 or 15-year ban on immigration. I would love to see the wall built. I so desire to see Americans put first, but if Donald Trump fails to accomplish those things, he has accomplished others. We will see our movements grow. I have witnessed hundreds of young college students come to the far right. They acknowledge that “anti-white” rhetoric exists. 4 Chan’s “It’s Ok To Be White” campaign has proven the mentality of the Cultural Marxist left.

So:

Mr. President,

If you cannot accomplish anything else, thank you for showing us an alternate route. We understand that you have fought against massive opposition. We understand that the radical left is a vile and dangerous element. They are well funded and relentless. We hope that you will be able to accomplish many more objectives, but if you do not, we understand. The destiny of this country does not rest in your hands. It rests in ours. We have the ball, and it is up to us what we do with it. Your campaign and administration has been a recruiting tool. Millions of Americans have moved forward in activism. It will take a mighty force to defeat our opposition, but we will prevail. Money, power, and corruption is the root of America’s demise, but we are strong. We are mighty, and we are willing to do what’s necessary to win. We would’ve never survived a Clinton administration. She would’ve been the final nail in the coffin. You accomplished what no other outsider has ever done. You red-pilled the nation, and for that I am grateful.

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