Voters need to ask themselves some serious questions about what they want from the 2020 elections. First, is it better to have politicians that listen to the people than having politicians who ignore the needs of the people? It’s clear that Democrats ran on fixing health care. Instead, they’ve spent this entire congress impeaching President Trump. What’s worse is that Democrats apparently will pursue another round of impeachment hearings once this impeachment trial ends.

Next, is it better to have politicians who keep their promises than it is to break their promises? House Democrats promised to fix health care and lower prescription drug prices. That was dropped virtually the minute that they got gavels. Yes, they passed a bill on prescription drugs. It was virtually all about price controls from the federal government. That isn’t a solution. That’s the opposite of fixing it.

Meanwhile, when Republicans were in the majority, they passed the tax cuts that have acted like jet fuel to the economy. Republicans did that without a single vote from Democrats in either the House or Senate. (Isn’t that what’s called obstruction?) Republicans used the Congressional Review Act to eliminate tons of Obama administration regulations. Eliminating those regulations have led to the fracking boom and the energy boom. As a result of that, we’re no longer dependent on Mideast oil that travel through the Straits of Hormuz.

President Trump has flaws but he’s got some incredible strengths, too. Think of the BS that Democrats have thrown at him via impeachment, improperly surveilling his campaign, his transition and his administration. Think of the BS that the media has thrown at him. For example, this week, John Dean and Carl Bernstein were part of a panel on CNN. Bernstein emphatically insisted that the Senate participated in a cover-up because they didn’t call additional witnesses:

During the public House Permanent Special Committee on Intelligence hearings, the media ‘reported’ of that day’s “bombshell testimony” like they were obligated to do it. The people need to decide whether we want responsible journalists who tell the truth or whether we want tabloid journalists who work as propagandists for Establishment Democrats.

Imagine what would’ve gotten done if President Trump had a congress that worked with him. Imagine what would’ve gotten accomplished if the press simply reported the truth.

Fourth, the people need to determine whether we want a corrupt Democrat as Senate Majority Leader or whether we want a Republican who works with President Trump on confirming judges to the district, appellate and Supreme courts and criminal justice reform.

There’s tons of proof that Sen. Schumer and Speaker Pelosi prefer acting like Resist Movement activists as opposed to acting like the loyal opposition. Finally, do the people want these haters controlling the Democrat Party?


Much is at stake in this election. Voting Democrat isn’t a serious option. Look at the damage that they’ve already done.

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