With just seven days away from the 2020 Presidential Election, the Trump Train is gaining even more steam. As Democrat cities continue to fester with riots and burn with hatred, American Patriots from all backgrounds are silently banding together to assure a Trump sweep, as well as one of the biggest Red Waves in recent memory.
From police unions to high profile rappers to professional sports stars to even the odd celebrity or two, Trump has certainly demonstrated his appeal to individuals from diverse backgrounds. Now, Trump has landed a full endorsement from a popular media outlet during the home stretch: The New York Post.
Yes, that would be the same publication that was mercilessly censored by Twitter, Facebook, and other tech giants for daring to tell the truth. Meanwhile these same social media giants allowed other liberal lies to proliferate like wildfire across their platforms, no matter how dangerous they ultimately proved to be.
In fact, Facebook, Twitter, and their ilk may have hurt themselves more than anything by muzzling The New York Post, as the widely circulated newspaper is now gunning for Trump. A newspaper that ironically has more credibility since being censored by social media, as social media seems to spread the lies yet suppress the truth.
And, unlike Harris and Biden, who have yet to give any concrete reason to vote for either of them, The New York Post has provided numerous reasons to vote in favor of Trump a week from today.
“We can return to the explosive job creation, rising wages, and general prosperity we had before the pandemic. We can have economic freedom and opportunity and resist cancel culture and censorship. We can put annus horribilis, 2020, behind us and make America great again, again. We can do all this — if we make the right choice on Nov. 3.” [Source: Breitbart]
In addition, The New York Post also pointed out what many in the media are reluctant to do, which is to acknowledge that Trump’s economy is one of the best economies Americans have seen in decades. Particularly African-Americans.
“So a reminder: Until the necessary shutdown to fight the coronavirus, the unemployment rate stood at 3.5 percent, the lowest in a half-century. African American unemployment was 6.8 percent, the lowest figure since 1972.”
[Source: The New York Post]
How sweet it is to read about the facts, rather than the lies, in a major media publication. Furthermore, how sweet it is to read about things Trump has actually done, rather than things he has said (even those are almost always taken out of context and twisted).
In fact, The New York Post does make passing reference to Trump’s Twitter habits, suggesting he periodically wait and thinking before tweeting an especially incendiary statement. However, the editorial ultimately drives home the most important point, the point that everyone should be voting on: a successful track record.
“The question is what matters more: words or actions? The media are enormously fixated on Trump’s tweets and extemporaneous remarks, never learning the lesson that most of the time, he is just riffing … In endorsing him, we’re choosing to focus on President Trump’s actions and accomplishments. He has kept his promises.” [Source: Breitbart]
There it is, beautifully encapsulated in one sentence: “He has kept his promises.”
Think about how often (or, how rarely) politicians have really kept their promises. For that matter, think about how often the likes of Biden and Harris can even identify a clear platform, never mind actually follow through on their platform’s supposed promises.
The only thing promised by Harris and Biden seems to be a national descent straight down into total chaos, one that the nation just might not recover from, especially when surveying the nefarious outcome of Democrat leadership in cities such as Portland and San Francisco.
In fact, The New York Post editorial also called out Biden for his inability to come up with any concrete plans for just about anything, from the virus to job creation. However, the most telling lines of all come near the end of the editorial.
“As this campaign has made clear, Joe Biden is a figurehead candidate for the Democratic Party. He rarely takes questions, sticks to his stump speeches, puts a lid on the day at the late hour of 9 a.m. There’s no reason to think his presidency would be any different.” [Source: The New York Post]
Brilliant. And 100% accurate.
Biden may have “the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics” (yes, the word “fraud” was actually used), but here’s to hoping that fraud will come nowhere near the amount of support that real America has for Trump.