At this juncture in the nation’s history, one thing is for absolute certain:
Real leadership is desperately needed more than ever.
Sadly, Americans did enjoy real leadership under the tenure of former President Trump. Too bad Clinton and Co., ever concerned with themselves over Americans, couldn’t stand the defeat and took every measure possible to discredit Trump, even if these measures ultimately resulted in the critical endangerment of national security under the disastrous “leadership” of lifelong politician Biden.
And the distinction between Biden’s leadership and Trump’s leadership was especially stark this weekend.
After all, Biden returned on his usual vacations to Delaware over the weekend, in spite of the fact that Putin is literally threatening World War III, whereas Trump demonstrated more leadership in his pinky figure at CPAC in Orlando, Florida, where he reviewed Americans’ litany of complaints regarding the Democrat Party.
“I’ve seen the anger and the hatred and the horror at the 2020 election,” Trump declared, “All the while, they claim as they are the ones defending democracy. They say they are the ones that are going to defend your democracy and your justice.”
Right. More like their perverse sense of democracy and justice, which seems a lot more similar to communism and injustice upon closer inspection.
Fortunately, the eternal optimist Trump remains hopeful about the future, noting that the swamp is not at all keen on Trump 2024 due to the ongoing threat he poses to anti-American, open-border globalists.
“When we win, we will defeat this corrupt political establishment, we will save our republic, and we will restore constitutional government of by and for the people. The Washington swamp knows that we are coming to break their grip on power forever; that is why they are so desperate to stop us. They will go to any lengths,” Trump warned.
Will they ever.
After all, Canada of all places declared a state of emergency … over peaceful assembly.
Guess truly peaceful protests would trigger the violence-happy left.
Speaking of the violence-happy left, Trump also had zero issues calling out one of the biggest instigators of violence, none other than Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, who apparently sees zero issue with violent BLM and Antifa riots being organized across his divisive platform.
“Let’s do a full forensic audit of the $417 million given by Mark Zuckerberg, who used to come to the White House and kiss my a**,” Trump noted, “You know, if you’re a person that wants to make a contribution, you’re allowed to give less than $6,000; otherwise, they put you in jail. He gave $417 million. What the hell is going on? What are we doing?”
Well, since Zuck gave about half a billion to the Democrat cause, he, like Soros, is apparently off the hook.
Too bad “off the hook” carries such devastating global consequences, which can be seen in abundance across Ukraine now.
As noted by Trump, Putin is fully exploiting the West’s weakness, as an opportune time to invade tends to happen when the enemy is weak.
“NATO nations and indeed the world, as he looks over what’s happening strategically with no repercussions or threats whatsoever,” Trump remarked, “They’re not so smart. They’re looking the opposite of smart: ‘If you take over Ukraine, we’re going to sanction you.’ They say, ‘sanction? Well, that’s a pretty weak statement.’ Putin is saying, ‘oh, they’re going to sanction me; they sanctioned me for the last 25 years – you mean I can take over all the country, and they’re gonna sanction me. You mean they’re not going to blow us to pieces?”
Not to mention the fact that Putin has the implicit backing of even-richer China, courtesy of covid and the Democrats’ insistence on wearing made-in-China N-95 masks.
Trump also provided context for his “Putin is smart” remark, which the mainstream media has fixated upon as of late.
“The problem is not that Putin is smart, which of course he is, but that our leaders are dumb – they so far allowed him to get away with this travesty and assault on humanity,” Trump warned.
In a nutshell, Trump reminded the audience of the devastating threat Putin poses to innocent people, many of whom are impoverished elderly Ukrainians scarred from the remnants of the Cold War, which has rapidly become reheated under the deadly duo of Obama in 2014, followed by Biden in 2022.
Trump also couldn’t resists using Biden’s famed “drum comment,” namely when Biden claimed in 2020 that he would “beat Trump like a drum.”
Well, sure, now that Zuckerberg basically donated half a billion to that effort, not to mention the mass mail-in ballots that helped secure “victory” in 2020.
Despite the real consequences, as shown in real time now.
“Putin is playing Biden like a drum, and it is not a pretty thing to watch, and it would have been so easy for me to stop this travesty from happening,” Trump mused.
Author: Ofelia Thornton