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Donald Trump’s inaugural speech, on Jan 20, 2017, presented a clear “America First’ message. The lying Main Stream Media quickly proclaimed the speech to be “dark” and “divisive.”  They argued that he had insulted all the previous presidents, many who were sitting directly behind him on the stage.
Damn right! Of course he called them out. For the past four administrations, if not longer, the Executive branch of the U.S. government has been focused on political power, personal benefit, and greed. Both Bush presidents, Clinton, and Obama have not served the American people. Reagan,  God bless his soul, tried to serve the people. Carter was on the stage as well, and is a basically good fellow, but was an incompetent president. In other words, it has been a long time since we had a president who truly intended to serve, effectively, the American people.
For the first time in most of our lifetimes, we have a man in the oval office who truly intends to represent the average man of our country.
So read his speech, linked above. Dark?
Really?
lightWe finally have a man who stands up for the regular folks. We have a man who proudly proclaims “America First.” We finally have a real man as President.
Dark? Hell, no. This is full of light. As John 1: 5 states: “The Light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it.”
This is not darkness, it is light. For the first time, we see light shining forth. We see truth, beauty, and light. If you are not capable of seeing the light, then you need to reevaluate your perspective. You are part of the darkness.
No doubt, we do not know what the future holds, but Trump’s words point to light. If he follows through on these promises, the our path is before us.
Follow this path, and our future looks bright. Ignore the lying Main Stream Media. They are clueless.
 

Lead Scheduler at MOTW. Husband, Father, but most importantly, a man of God. Possesses more degrees that most people find useful.

6 Comments

  1. Carter is not a “good fellow.” He is exactly the kind of virtue-signaling, sanctimonious twit who has championed the invasion of third-world savages into White countries. Carter has an embarrassing infatuation with Leftist, murderous, third-world tyrants who, in his condescending way, he seems to consider to be brilliant children who can be guided by his cowardly, self-demeaning ministrations. These savages merely see all this as weakness; a weakness Carter seems to believe is a virtue.
    Carter is a carrier of the deadly multicultural social pathology that is threatening to destroy us. Carter is an active traitor to his race, his nation and his civilization. He is a deluded, egalitarian jackass no better than that affirmative-action parasite Obama.

  2. I agree. Carter might be a Christian, but one look at his over-grinning mug should have been enough for most people to see that he is not a man to be trusted to lead anything important.
    Trump’s speech was dark to the libs because it scares the hell out of them, and they are being exposed for what they are. Today we have a real leader, a Man of the West, now let’s MAGA!!

  3. It is enough to know about Carter that Van Jones is nephew by marriage to Jimmy. Like a variation of the old Groucho saying, any family that lets Van Jones in, I do not want to be a part of.
    But, say what you will about him, he had the class to be the first to RSVP regarding being at the inauguration yesterday. Unlike the Bushes.
    That speech had the added perk of getting to watch Hildabeest and Moochie the Tranny build up an angry head of steam and nearly explode when Trump blamed previous administrations and congress. Oh Moochie was furious. Then when Hillary caught Bubba checking out the Trump ladies, it was indeed a speech for the ages. Just for the audience entertainment alone as you listened to someone not afraid to talk about God.

  4. I was afraid the MSM would start to figure out Trump and start to ruin the fun.
    Now I think we’re good for the next year, at the least.

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