Once upon a time, when this writer was working her way to a degree in communications, and then working on stage for various reasons, she came to understand the meaning of presentation, not walking on someone else’s line, and being wallpaper when the occasion warrants it.
At a rally in Costa Mesa, California, Donald Trump played wallpaper. It’s hard to believe for some that the man who is presented by those who are trying to stop him as an egotistical megalomaniac would yield the spotlight to anyone else, but at his rally he did just that. He gave up the podium and stood away from the spotlight to give Jamiel Shaw a chance to tell his story of losing a son to an illegal immigrant with a gun. Watch:
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There is no excuse in this country, one where the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed (check out Trump’s positions page, he stands behind that), and where we supposedly have laws, that illegal immigrants should be allowed back on the streets and not deported after a single gun charge, let alone three. There is absolutely no call to keep such people in the country unless they are in prison. That there is an entire group called “The Remembrance Project” to bring awareness to this issue speaks to the reality that our government has failed We the People in this regard.
THIS is why Donald Trump resonates with Americans. He listens to the people and he lets them speak. His platform, including deporting illegal immigrants who commit capital crimes, reflects the concerns of everyday Americans. His vision does not give away the store in order to appease leaders of other nations. He separates the various governments from the people living under them. This is what is fueling the Trump train. It would be wise for the professional politicians to sit up and take notice.
H/T – DC Whispers