VICTOR DAVIS HANSEN – Why I support Trump

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10 Responses to VICTOR DAVIS HANSEN – Why I support Trump

  1. Chris says:

    Convince me that this is not the same man in the video right underneath this one. I’ll wait. 😉

  2. Chris says:

    He could have just said “Because he’s a Republican” and it would have been a lot shorter than 14 minutes.

  3. Peggy says:

    Meet Bernie Sanders, the Marxist.

    Why Bernie Sanders’ Communist Misadventures Still Matter:

  4. Chris says:

    The bigot-in-chief retweeted this yesterday:

    There is no defense of a president who spreads so much hate against so many of his fellow Americans on a daily basis. Anyone defending him is complicit in this bigotry.

    I can’t wait to have an adult as president again.

  5. Peggy says:

    From Mark Levin, “Tehran Nancy has delayed sending (unconstitutional) impeachment articles to the Senate nearly as long as the president delayed taxpayer subsidies to Ukraine (given his concern over corruption). The hypocritical Democrats and media laud the former and condemn the latter.”

    • Chris says:

      What a stupid comparison. Articles of impeachment cannot be “unconstitutional,” and demanding the Senate hold a fair trial is nothing like extorting a foreign country to announce an investigation into a political rival for you.

      The people you listen to…

  6. Peggy says:

    Another reason why so many of us support Trump.

    Americans made more money in every major metro area in 2018:

    “Americans in every U.S. metropolitan area saw income gains in 2018, the first time that has happened in 26 years, according to figures published by the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

    No metro area saw per-capita incomes decrease two years ago, according to the data. Since 1970, there have only been four years — 1972, 1984, 1992 and 2018 — where every metropolitan area saw per capita personal income grow, Bureau of Economic Analysis economist Jeffrey Newman told FOX Business.

    Across the entire country, per capita personal income, which is calculated by dividing personal income by population, increased by 4.9 percent, compared to 4.1 in 2017. In non-metropolitan areas, growth rates for the average income per person increased by 4.9 percent, compared to 4 percent in 2017.”

    • Chris says:

      This site has taught me that metropolitan areas are sh*tholes run by Democrats. So when things go poorly there, it’s because of local Democratic leadership, but when things go well, it’s because Trump is president?

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