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On my recent post, ‘Mid-term vote discrepancies — a dress rehearsal for 2020?’, reader Mark C posted five imperatives that the Republican party must accomplish before 2020.

He has given his permission for a guest post, which is much appreciated:

Here’s how the GOP can win back every American to its fold.

Step 1.) The Republican party needs to go back to its roots, not just to the time of Lincoln, but also to the time of Jefferson. This means that it must abandon the New Deal and take steps, not just lip service, to restore constitutional, limited, and secular government, individual rights, and economic and social freedoms.

The GOP needs to realize that liberalism (in its classic sense) is independent of either the left wing or the right wing, although liberalism was certainly a brainchild of the left wing that slipped away from it when it finally achieved power. I’m hoping that the Trump administration will do this. If not, at least it can pave the way for a presidency that will commit to do the same platform.

Step 2.) Republicans need to cease enabling extremists in both right and left wings by either adopting milder versions of leftists’ programs (like George W. Bush when he signed the No Child Left Behind Act) or doing things that will play into the hands of their detractors (like Todd Akin in 2012 did when he made a callous remark that nobody needs to worry about abortions as the result of rape because women don’t become pregnant as the result of rape).

For this to happen, the GOP must adopt a new way of recruiting new members. For instance, detractors have been accusing the Republican party of having members with ties to neo-Nazi and neo-Confederate groups, so it behooves the GOP to exclude such people from the party and start recruiting more sensible people from diverse background sharing a common appreciation of the tenets of (classical) liberalism. We already have the likes of Brandon Straka and Candace Owens, but we need more of them, which leads to the next step.

Step 3.) Many Americans fall in love with leftism because they think that private entities such as churches, charities, and non-public schools have been failing them. This the Republicans should bear in mind.

Thus, Republicans who are schoolteachers, CEOs, and managers of charities must make the first move in helping many worse-off kids have quality education, talented yet unemployed minorities have jobs, and neglected people such as elderly veterans and laid-off employees start a new life, so that people will no longer depend on the government for help. Also, Republicans need to remind everyone that anyone, even a leftist, can start a business, and they can cite as an example Bill Gates who gave free contraception to women after the Trump administration resolved to stop its governmental funding.

For Republicans who sell guns, they can provide free gun training, especially to minorities, starting with their non-white, non-male, and non-Christian friends if they have one.

Republicans involved in businesses and other private organizations must make genuine efforts to help those in need so as to deprive leftists of their base.

Step 4.) The GOP must hire more reliable advisers to its fold. Dinesh D’Souza isn’t enough. It needs people like Larry Elder and Thomas Sowell to strengthen the party, especially in economic matters.

Also, I know of a libertarian schoolteacher that can help the GOP get its act together. His name is Kelley L. Ross, PhD, the author of the online philosophy journal friesian.com. He ran for Congress several times as a Libertarian, and I think that he can advise President Trump as well if he resolves to join the GOP. Here’s a primer to his political standpoint at http://friesian.com/ross/kindof.htm.

Step 5.) This one is the most important of all steps that I’ve listed so far. Republicans need to be articulate when it comes to stating political truths. That involves vocabulary.

It means that Republicans must cease adopting the terminology of its detractors. For example, Republicans must always say “illegal alien” and “illegal alien intrusion” instead of “illegal immigrant”, “illegal immigration”, “undocumented immigrant”, “undocumented immigration”, or even “immigration”. Doing otherwise would jeopardize their reputations. Rep. Steve King is one recent example of this.

Also, Republicans can smash accusations of racism by saying that racial segregation and discrimination against women mandated by the government are enemies of the free market and the principles of Founding Fathers.

Well, I’ve said what I had to tell the GOP to win back the country. Whether it does what I’ve listed here is up to them.

These are so straightforward and simple, yet, how many Republicans will take these on board?

I will offer a few qualifiers of my own on the above. So far, President Trump is the only Republican following Mark C’s five-step plan.

Re Step 1: The Republican National Committee must craft a set of talking points for Party members: a one- or two-sided card with a summary and a detailed booklet explaining them, not unlike a short and a long catechism. For example, the GOP must make clear that smaller government does not have an impact on ‘free stuff’ for the truly needy. Another example is that, since ridding industry of crippling regulations, manufacturers are able to operate more efficiently:

It is also important to note, that at the same time, the US has the cleanest air in the world:

On Step 2, Trump’s Prison Reform plan is a brave and necessary one, even if middle-class Republicans might balk.

Step 3 assumes that Republicans are not active in charitable endeavours. Personally, I think they are, but they operate under a biblical principle of not boasting about their good deeds. However, I agree that they should get more publicity from conservative media and the Republican Party. I’m not sure that Bill Gates and free contraception is a good talking point, but I understand the principle of private enterprise helping to improve society. The GOP corporate tax cuts have enabled businesses to give more to charity. On January 31, 2018, the White House picked up media points about the benefits that lower taxes provide, including charitable giving. The Wall Street Journal had an article about Pfizer at that time, which said in part (emphasis mine):

As a result of savings from the tax changes, Pfizer made a $200 million contribution to the company’s charitable foundation in the fourth quarter, plans to pay $100 million in bonuses to employees and will make a $500 million contribution to its U.S. pension plan by the end of September. The company said it plans to buy back $5 billion in shares this year and invest $5 billion in manufacturing and other capital projects in the U.S. over the next five years.

I wholeheartedly agree that Step 4 is vital. Democrats have dozens of pundits, and Republicans have very few.

Step 5 is also critical. Republicans do need to use correct vocabulary. They also need to make it clear that a Republican president, Abraham Lincoln, signed the Emancipation Proclamation after the Civil War and that Republicans were the ones promoting civil rights in the 1960s via the late senator Everett Dirksen who helped to write and pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Civil Rights Act of 1968. Interestingly, both Lincoln and Dirksen were from Illinois. They must also stop calling Democrats ‘liberals’; today’s Democrats are leftists, totally illiberal.

Well, there’s no better — and easier — place to start with talking points than the GOP chairwoman’s — Ronna Romney McDaniel’s — Twitter account. Go for it, Ronna. Make the Grand Old Party great again!

In closing, I would add a sixth step to Mark C’s five. Republicans must develop an aggressive GOTV — Get Out The Vote — plan that rivals the Democrats’. They have to learn how to go door-to-door to canvass and also make sure they distribute tons of flyers with varying messages, depending on the stage of the election campaign.

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Regardless about what one’s personal opinions are about the much-derided Stephen Bannon, his documentary about President Trump is one which must be seen, particularly with America’s upcoming mid-term elections in mind.

This is his complete video, Trump@War, which is well worth watching. It is one hour and 16 minutes long:

‘Explicit version’ in this instance does not mean anything a family cannot view together, unless they find President Trump’s manner of speech appalling. If they do, then this documentary is not for them. They are not Americans who respect the polity of the Great Republic.

The first third of the film explores Trump’s candidacy from the summer of 2015, complete with film of the escalator scene, through to 2016 with the Left’s unhinged violence.

After 40 minutes or so, Trump’s first term, the present one, unfolds, with its many accomplishments nationally and internationally.

Trump @War makes clear that the US president has many enemies at home, however, what is worth noting is that many of America’s former enemies respect the man who is attempting to wrestle them into a peace-loving proposition.

For this reason, please, America, vote a straight Republican ticket on or before Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Thank you. The world depends on it.

In closing, below are two important pro-Republican adverts to watch. I hope any Americans reading pass these onto their friends before November 6. (There’s rough language in the second, but it is good that it was left in, because it shows how much hate that guy has.)

Thank you in advance for passing these along!

The GOP — Grand Old Party — has come out with some good adverts in the run up to the mid-term elections.

A recent one is about the violence that Democrat legislators encourage.

Before getting to the ad, however, here are even more examples of how the unhinged Left are attacking Republicans, even wet ones like Senator Jeff Flake from Arizona:

The Secret Service has also been investigating people who have sent threatening items sent through the post to Republicans and their family members:

Now on to the recent ad from the Republican Party:

Here’s the YouTube version:

That’s former Speaker of the House (yes) Nancy Pelosi (D-California) indirectly advocating violence against political opponents. The Daily Wire‘s Ryan Saavedra reports her quote (emphases mine):

“We have to have total clarity about what we do when it comes to everything — a woman’s right to choose, gay marriage … whether it’s about immigration, whether it’s about gun safety, whether it’s about climate …” Pelosi said earlier this week. “I think that we owe the American people to be there for them, for their financial security, respecting the dignity and worth of every person in our country, and if there’s some collateral damage for some others who do not share our view, well, so be it, but it shouldn’t be our original purpose.”

Pelosi was Speaker of the House under Obama for a time and famously said of the bill for Obamacare:

We have to pass it to find out what’s in it.

Incredibly, millions of Americans believed that line.

One hopes they will not make the same mistake on Tuesday, November 6.

It would be a shame if Pelosi were once again Speaker of the House.

Vote Republican.

Senator Lindsey Graham is a bit of a wet Republican.

However, he is passionate in seeing Republican judges appointed, such as Justice Kavanaugh. The crazy Left gave him a lot of flak for that.

On Tuesday, October 16, 2018, he appeared on FOX & friends to give his viewpoint on voting Democrat in the upcoming mid-term elections:

The Democrats of the 21st century are all about chaos, intimidation, violence and open borders.

Vote Republican on or before November 6.

Tucker Carlson had a great segment on his Tuesday, October 16, 2018, Fox News show:

In seven-and-a-half minutes, he reviews all the recent Democratic craziness surrounding Justice Kavanaugh, Senator Elizabeth Warren’s false claim to be Cherokee and the violent protests on the West Coast (e.g. Portland).

I know many Britons who believe, thanks to media distortion on this side of the pond, that the Democrats are still the good guys. They, and others like them, should watch Carlson dismantle this notion big time.

Carlson says that the Dems could have used serious rhetoric against the Republicans. Instead, they chose to act unhinged.

Of course, Americans still need to actually vote Republican before or on November 6 to see the conclusive collapse of the Democrats.

On Monday, October 15, 2018, James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas released a bombshell video about Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Missouri) who is running for re-election this year.

This is a must-see for everyone, especially those who do not live in the United States, because it shows the Dems’ dirty, hypocritical tactics:

McCaskill has presented herself as a moderate, especially to Missouri’s rural population, which is how she gets re-elected. Her campaign staff say in the video that she gets a decent amount of Republican votes.

However, the truth is far different. Claire McCaskill is no moderate. In fact, she sings the Democrat tune loud and clear away from the campaign trail.

Project Veritas has a summary of the video’s content.

Here’s more:

– On gun control, one of her staffers says that after voting for a ban on bump stocks and semi-automatic weapons — likely bills should the Democrats obtain a majority in the mid-terms — she would go further and ban private ownership of guns altogether.

– She has an advert from a Border Patrol organisation wherein its members say she supports strong borders. A member of her campaign staff says that the intention is to get Missouri voters to think that Homeland Security teams support her. The reality is that the Border Patrol organisation in the advert is, in fact, a union. McCaskill does not support tough border control at all.

– McCaskill purposely does not want Obama to come and campaign for her, because Missouri voters do not like him. If he stays away, she will be viewed more favourably.

– On impeachment, she says nothing, however, her team members say that she does support impeaching Trump. Should that happen (unlikely, unless the Dems win a majority!), and if she were asked about it, she would simply say that she couldn’t mention it during the campaign because it was a matter of national security. Should President Trump be impeached, she would say that it is time to move on to a better president, according to her staff.

Missouri voters, especially Republicans, should know exactly what Claire McCaskill is all about. She isn’t a moderate, that’s for sure.

The crazed Democrat reaction to Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court is the 2018 mid-term October Surprise.

It’s galvanised the GOP — Republican — base to the extent that, provided all these angry yet decent Americans vote between now and November 6, the Grand Old Party should hold both the House and the Senate, possibly with increased majorities.

The outrage is even spreading in Dem-dominated states, such as New Jersey. George S Bardmesser, a lawyer, wrote about it for The Federalist, ‘The Left’s Treatment Of Kavanaugh Fills Millions Of Americans with Rage’ (emphases mine):

This last Friday night, I spoke to my 81-year-old father. We talked of his health, and then he surprised me. “Can you believe this outrage in the Senate?” he said, his voice trembling with rage. “How can they do this to this man? How?”

We rarely talk politics

I didn’t think my father followed the goings-on in Washington. My initial response was: “I’d rather not talk about it, or I’ll pop an artery in my brain.” But then I told him: “You live in New Jersey. Guess what? Your senator is up for re-election, and he is a corrupt Democrat. Talk to your friends. Get them to vote for the Republican in November. This time, you have a chance.”

Again, he surprised me. He said he doesn’t need to talk to them, they are already planning to vote Republican. Every single one of them. “Tell them to talk to their friends,” I said. “Tell them to get every one of their friends to vote.” “I will,” he said, “I must.” So there will be a few more people voting against Sen. Bob Menendez five weeks from now.

Bardmesser writes that Kavanaugh’s speech in his own defence turned his nomination around. Let’s recall that Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations comprised a story full of unanswered questions. The Left — including Dems — accepted them as true. Bardmesser and many other Americans know this was not about Kavanaugh but American men in general.

He wrote this on October 2, when leftist accusations were at their peak, but it’s worth remembering what those first few days in October 2018 were like:

The next step in the progressive hate parade is straightforward: Kavanaugh is a serial rapist and killer who buries his victims in his back yard. (Pardon me, an alleged serial rapist and killer—he hasn’t been convicted yet, which is a minor inconvenience for the left, but only a minor one.) But worry not. Stormy Daniels and her reptiloid lawyer are on the case.

I shake with fury when I think about how Democrats are using Ford, a woman with memory and documented psychological issues, in a calculated vicious campaign of obstruction, character assassination, and destruction of one of our finest judges. If they can do this to him, they can do it to anyone. And we all know they will do it to anyone. We all know this is the new normal: weaponizing sexual misconduct allegations, however uncorroborated, however improbable, however lurid or bizarre, against Republican nominees. Everyone is vulnerable. Everyone.

Righteous anger at Democrats about Kavanaugh lanced a figurative boil, reminding Americans of everything else that infuriates them:

I shake with fury when I think of how this farcical confirmation process is symptomatic of what Democrats are doing to our country, from workplaces to universities, from old media to new media, from schools to kindergardens. Everyone is now vulnerable to the wildest accusations of sexual impropriety, with no proof needed, since the charges are inherently unprovable, and one must always believe the victim.

They will take that righteous anger to the ballot box, Dems.

That same day — October 2, when Dems were sure Kavanaugh would cave — Quinnipiac published a poll saying that Republicans were closing their deficit of voting enthusiasm, from 14 to 7 percentage points. Hot Air reported:

Quinnipiac has produced some of the largest gaps in the aggregated polling on the generic congressional ballot this cycle. Their previous poll, taken at the beginning of September, showed Republicans trailing by a disastrous 14 points with two months to go before the midterms.

Today, it’s seven points — among registered voters

Also worth noting: this is the lowest level polled for Democrats in the Quinnipiac series since at least the first week of July, after which they have remained at 50% or above until now. It also ties the highest level achieved by Republicans in the series from mid-August

Does this represent a Kavanaugh effect? The polling for this took place between Thursday and Sunday, meaning that three of the four days came after the televised hearings in which Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford testified, a hearing obsessively covered by the national news media. One might have expected Democrats to get a bump coming out of that hearing, especially given the tenor of the coverage it received. Instead, the momentum shifted in the other direction even among the wider population. It’s tough to directly correlate that to Kavanaugh, since Quinnipiac didn’t bother to ask any questions on the issue, but it’s tough to assume that it had no impact either.

Another state where the Dem lead is in trouble is North Dakota, home to Senator Heidi Heitkamp, whose re-election bid could be in trouble. On October 1, KFYR TV reported:

We start out with the latest numbers for the race for Senate. According to SRA, it surveyed 650 likely voters last month. And, Republican challenger Rep. Kevin Cramer leads incumbent Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp by 10 percentage points; 51 percent to 41 percent. Eight percent have yet to make up their mind …

Obviously a hot topic lately is the pending confirmation of U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Sixty percent of voters in North Dakota support Kavanaugh with 27 percent expressing opposition. The poll was conducted during the recent disclosure that Kavanaugh may have engaged in sexual misconduct while in high school and college, but before the Sept. 27 testimony by Kavanaugh and one of his accusers before the Senate Judiciary Committtee.

And in national issues, the SRA poll say[s] an overwhelmingly that 21 percent of North Dakota voters have Kavanaugh as their biggest concern.

True, particularly among North Dakotan women:

Heitkamp voted against Kavanaugh’s appointment to the Supreme Court on Saturday, October 6, so it will be most interesting to see how that plays out in November.

Her opponent, Rep. Kevin Cramer:

called Ford’s accusations “absurd” and criticized Democrats for orchestrating a campaign against the nominee.

“At some point Brett Kavanaugh deserves due process,” Cramer said in a radio interview. “You can’t just stage these allegations to delay the Supreme Court.”

On October 3, the New York Post reported that the Kavanaugh nomination process had galvanised Republican voters. Again, this was written before the confirmation vote took place:

Whatever the outcome of the immediate contest, it’s increasingly clear that Democrats and the media establishment made an enormous miscalculation by waging total war against Kavanaugh and his family

Whatever disputes we have on our own side, the thinking on the right now goes, we have to set them aside and stop a politics of personal destruction, fueled by a moral panic and an uncritical mainstream media that sees itself as an adjunct of the anti-Trump resistance.

These forces have combined to turn Kavanaugh into a folk hero, a stand-in for every American who has found himself falsely accused, or railroaded by malicious hearsay, or facing an unfeeling bureaucracy that treats juvenile missteps as unforgivable sins …

The result of all this: Republicans are now more fired up about the November midterm elections than Democrats. NPR reported Wednesday: “In July, there was a 10-point gap between the number of Democrats and Republicans saying the November elections were ‘very important.’ Now, that is down to 2 points, a statistical tie.”

This is particularly true for Republican women:

Crazed Democrat reactions to Kavanaugh have also had a big effect in Nevada — and across the country. Breitbart reports that support for Nevada’s Republican candidates has improved noticeably over the past few weeks.

Nationally:

A recent NBC News survey found that Republicans across the nation have matched Democrat interest in the midterm election.

Former White House chief of staff Reince Priebus recently contended that the Kavanaugh effect will give Republicans an extra boost in the midterm elections.

“Something incredible has happened over the last couple of weeks, and it’s called the Kavanaugh effect on Republican voters,” said Priebus.

“Before Kavanaugh, Democrats were at a ten [in enthusiasm] to defeat Trump. Republicans were at like a six. They were happy with the economy,” Priebus added. “They were happy with the wins that we had. But they weren’t at the level they needed to be. Well, now they are at a ten. So the effect is the Democrats didn’t go above ten. They are at ten. And now, the Republicans are at a ten. And so you get the juice that you need to run the machinery.”

On Friday, October 5, I heard a substantial part of the lengthy speech that Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) made regarding Kavanaugh. With its many historic references, it was her way of saying she was voting ‘Yes’ for his appointment to the Supreme Court.

Regardless of what Kavanaugh’s opponents said about her …

… Collins’s speech played well with sensible women voters who did not believe Christine Blasey Ford’s nebulous accusations:

Radical Dem water carriers are doing their side no favours by harassing Collins, especially privately. On Monday, October 15, a suspicious envelope arrived at her home. Her husband was there at the time. CBS News in Boston has the story:

It was unclear who sent the letter and why. But critics have hurled threats at Collins recently over her vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

Outside the house, a Bangor Daily News photographer captured an image of a person in a hazmat suit holding an envelope in a plastic bag. Later, the FBI arrived, along with vans carrying people in military uniforms, the newspaper reported.

Law enforcement officials were analyzing the contents of the letter. An FBI spokeswoman said Monday evening that preliminary tests on the envelope indicated there was no threat to the public.

Independent Sen. Angus King of Maine, who voted against Kavanaugh, came to his fellow senator’s defense.

“Regardless of any political differences, @SenatorCollins, her family, and her staff should not have to be subjected to these threats — there’s just no place for it in our discourse,” he tweeted.

Absolutely agree.

Here is more Kavanaugh polling …

… and more polling (‘Harvad’ should be ‘Harvard’):

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) thought the anti-Kavanaugh craziness resembled a Salem witch trial:

Crazed leftists were consumed with KDS (Kavanaugh Derangement Syndrome) and TDS (Trump Derangement Syndrome). This tweet is too filthy to display.

Here’s one I can show:

The design lead at Google had to delete one of his tweets, although he kept an anti-Evangelical one and an anti-conservative one up for display. As for the one he deleted:

In the end, it was all good. Thanks, Dems!

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) thanked the Dems for energising the Republicans:

We can only hope that everyone fired up over Kavanaugh is ready to go out and VOTE REPUBLICAN between now and November 6.

Remember …

Please help President Trump Make America — and the world — Great Again!

On Wednesday, October 10, 2018, President Trump appeared at a rally in Erie, Pennsylvania, in support of Republican candidate for Senate, Lou Barletta:

It was yet another high-energy Trump rally, inside …

… and outside:

Fortunately, jumbotrons were provided for those who could not get in:

Trump always thanks the crowds via Twitter:

This year, he is emphasising the importance of voting in the mid-terms (content — Trump’s speech — will be available if you click on the tweet, which will open in a new tab):

This is one of Trump’s new angles:

Millie Weaver of Infowars interviewed several self-proclaimed ex-Democrats after the rally. This is an instructive 10-and-a-half minute video, especially for my readers who do not live in the United States:

Most of the people interviewed had voted Democrat in several elections, had voted for Obama at least once and came to realise the Democrats were not making America great again. They came to realise that Donald Trump was the only candidate who spoke out and up for them. One teenage girl noticed that Erie was starting to look better again since he became president.

A union man said he supports Trump because the unions weren’t preserving American jobs for their members. He said that he had seen more and more jobs go overseas.

A teenage girl, possibly just out of high school, said that she started to research Trump because the negative coverage about him piqued her interest. She discovered that Trump wasn’t at all the person the media portrayed. Her mother says she managed to ‘red pill’ the whole family.

Others reported that they lost close relationships with family and friends for supporting Trump. How sad.

A black man said that he was sick of the identity politics that the Dems go in for; he judges candidates by what they say and do and refuses to support Democrats just because he is an ethnic minority.

A young university student says that he was left-wing until he started looking at the Dem stance on gun control. He says that the Second Amendment is fundamental to American rights as citizens.

More and more people are waking up to the dirty tricks that the Democrats play. On Thursday, October 11, The Hill reported that Tucker Carlson’s book, Ship of Fools: How a Selfish Ruling Class Is Bringing America to the Brink of Revolution, toppled Watergate journalist Bob Woodward’s Fear from the top spot on the New York Times best-seller list. That is excellent news indeed.

The president tweeted his congratulations at the weekend:

The Hill noted:

Carlson consistently finishes in the top 3 from a ratings perspective in the cable news race along with Fox’s Sean Hannity and MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow. In the third quarter of this year, Carlson averaged 2.78 million viewers.

Carlson’s one of the good guys. Unfortunately, most pundits, presenters and reporters in Big Media are anything but. LoveBreedsAccountability says that most media people are helping to inflame violence against respectable Americans:

The violent, angry grassroots Democrats we’re seeing attack people and break laws, are inspired and enabled by the media. And because they’re liberals, they’re that awkward combination of ridiculous, terrifying and hilarious that make for great campaign ads. So President Trump and the GOP are using those mobs as evidence of why you should vote Republican in the midterms. And it’s working. The midterms are shaping up to be a lot more competitive than anyone thought, and so the media is pushing back hard against the “mob” characterization.

The post included a video clip from the Washington Free Beacon‘s Andrew Kugle who observed that the media are now trying to excise the word ‘mob’ from their coverage:

There’s also this comment from another Twitter user:

Indeed.

Eric Holder, Obama’s first attorney general, is the latest to suggest violence against Republicans:

Rep. Steve Scalise (R-Louisiana), who was shot and seriously injured at a practice session for the annual Congressional baseball game in June 2017, tweeted:

It took months for Scalise to recover from the injuries inflicted upon him by a shooter from Illinois. Therefore, he knows whereof he speaks.

The GOP has released a new ad with a montage of left-wing violence against not only Americans but also Canadians. Breitbart reports:

The new GOP ad also features a recording of a leftist man attacking a woman demonstrating against abortion in Toronto, Canada.

Democrats and their news media allies took umbrage with Trump’s aforementioned description of them, expressing support for left-wing and partisan Democrat activists who harass Republican politicians and their supporters.

However, this year has been very bad for Republicans, including women (emphasis mine):

Various Republicans have accused Democrats of inciting politically motivated violence — deliberately or negligently — through rhetoric. Sen. Rand Paul’s wife, Kelley Paul, recently told Breitbart News that she now sleeps with a loaded gun by her bed as a security precaution following threats against her husband, herself, and her family.

It cannot be emphasised how important it is for decent Americans to go out and vote in the mid-terms.

Vote Republican: the future of the United States and the world depends on it.

Tuesday, November 6, 2018 is the date of the mid-term election in the United States.

I hope that my American readers are galvanised to go to the polls or have already voted where early voting applies.

Voter registration deadlines vary by state and, in some, it is too late to register now. However, there is still time to register in many others. Double check the information in the chart below against USA.gov and US Vote Foundation (H/T — The Conservative Treehouse):

I really hope that Americans have seen through the Democrats this year:

This is what President Trump had to say at the rally in Topeka, Kansas, on Saturday, October 6:

The next two posts will describe Democrat tactics in more detail. Stay tuned.

President Trump is on the elite’s blacklist.

What does that say about him and his supporters?

This graphic cannot be attributed, but this is Trump’s message about us and about his support for us, wherever we live. He might say ‘America first’, but he also wants to improve the world:

And, until he finishes his service to the United States and the world, this is what he will continue to say (graphic courtesy of The Conservative Treehouse):

For those Americans voting in the mid-terms, please consider these messages not only for your country but also for other nations as well.

Please vote Republican.

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