Thursday, September 21, 2017

Right On Donald

Right On Donald


By de Andréa

Opinion Editorialist for

Posted September 21, 2017   

Some may have never heard a president speak like Trump did at the UN, because we haven’t heard a president speak like that since Ronald Reagan.  To some the truth is refreshing to others it is embarrassing. To Israel’s Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu it was downright shocking.

The Constitution Reports:

President Trump’s recent speeches before the United Nations have divided the commentariat. The left sees his commentary as a sign of the apocalypse, the right sees it as an affirmation that we are returning to greatness. It’s hard to know which side is being the most dishonest with their responses, or which side will be proven correct.
Netanyahu had a definitive gut reaction to Trump’s commentary before the U.N. and it was one of “shock and awe.”
The Israeli Prime Minister took to Twitter many times over the course of the last few days to praise the President and to extoll the special relationship between our two nations.”

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THE BOTTOM LINE: I don’t think I have ever heard a president speak with that much total contempt for political correctness and corruptness. Much less speak the blatant raw truth - not in my life time. If I were one of the thousands of criminals and corrupt Communist politicians and/or bureaucrats in the Federal Government I would be getting my passport and making reservations on the next raft to Cuba. 

Drain The Swamp Donald! Hooah!

Thanks for listening my friend. Now go do the right thing, pray and fight for truth and freedom. 
- de Andréa  
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