Donald Trump voters remain staunchly behind him, and plan to choose Republican candidates to help him make good on his pledges, including vows to implement more hardline immigration policies. “I want to see the wall go up,” said Joe Spirko, 57, as he peddled Trump flags outside of one of the president’s rallies in Florida last week. “Since Trump come along, I feel a lot better.”
The Presidential Election of 2016 was an election like none other this country had ever known, it was truly unique on many levels. It was the only election I can ever recall where it felt more like a competition between two spirits instead of between two candidates. The Midterm Elections today represent that same battle, two spirits diametrically opposed to the other and squaring off to face each other in battle at the ballot box.
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.”
As the grandson of an immigrant, I am not ashamed to say that today I vote for Capitalism over Socialism, for lower taxes over higher taxes, for secured borders over open borders, for jobs not mobs, and for protecting the lives of unborn children in the womb over executing them.
“The goal of Socialism is Communism” Vladimir Lenin
We have had the past two years to watch as Democrats turned into Far-Left Socialists who approve of ANTIFA mob violence in the streets, accosting senators in elevators, and demanding that people they don’t like are guilty until proven innocent. That is what is on the ballot today, those ideas are what’s on the ballot today. America is on the ballot today.
How you vote will determine the future or the fall of America. Cast your vote wisely.
With him or against him, Donald Trump looms large over Election Day
FROM THE AP: Michael Gregoire marched along a downtown sidewalk in the tense days before the midterm elections, waving a hand-painted sign at passing traffic: “DEFEAT REPUBLICANS 2018.”
“The survival of the country is going to depend on this election,” he said as another man stopped for a moment to argue. The strangers faced each other from opposite edges of the great American divide, Democrat versus Republican, both convinced the election is among the most consequential in their lifetimes and that they must save the nation from the other side.
“I’m voting for Donald Trump,” Stuart Kanter said. “He’s not on the ticket. But, in a way, actually he is.”
President Donald Trump looms large over Tuesday’s election, which is expected to draw historic numbers to the polls and will determine which party controls Congress. For Gregoire and Kanter — and for voters across the country — the election represents something far greater than whatever Senate and House races appear on their ballots. It is a competition for the soul of America — a referendum on Trump and the venomous political culture that many blame for gridlock in Congress and a recent spate of hate crimes and politically motivated attacks.
Trump voters remain staunchly behind him, and plan to choose Republican candidates to help him make good on his pledges, including vows to implement more hardline immigration policies. “I want to see the wall go up,” said Joe Spirko, 57, as he peddled Trump flags outside of one of the president’s rallies in Florida last week. “Since Trump come along, I feel a lot better.”
ANTIFA is approved and funded by the Democratic Party
Watch this video and really take in what you’re seeing, for it’s the future of America when the Far-Left Socialists on the ballot today are in power. If you can live in an America that looks like this video, then please vote Democrat.
Pedro Panelo, the 21-year-old president of the College Republicans at Wheaton College in Illinois, is frustrated immigration became a last-minute political football, because the issue is more complex than what either Democrats or Republicans make it out to be. Panelo, the son of a Mexican immigrant, said migrants shouldn’t be demonized, but he stopped short of criticizing the president, and plans to vote for Republican candidates who could help push Trump’s agenda.
“When it comes to his actions, I’m not a huge fan of his tweets,” Panelo said. “But what I say is look what he’s done for the country and not always what he’s said on Twitter.”
He said he’s felt an extraordinary level of enthusiasm for this election among his fellow students. Young people, who historically sit out of midterm elections, and women are both expected to be pivotal forces Tuesday. In Georgia, Democratic campaign volunteer Adrienne White said she struggled to recruit volunteers ahead of the 2016 presidential election but that it’s been easy this year, especially among women. READ MORE
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