WE FIGHT, AND WE FIGHT, AND WE FIGHT SOME MORE

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In what can only be described as a brilliant strategy, the White House has introduced a new voicemail on its public comment line. The voicemail specifically states that the Democrats are holding the government hostage.

A woman’s voice states, “Thank you for calling the White House. Unfortunately, we cannot answer your call today, because congressional Democrats are holding government funding, including funding for our troops and other national security priorities, hostage to an unrelated immigration debate. Due to this obstruction, the government is shut down. In the meantime, you can leave a contact for the president.”

In truth the entire country has been held hostage by the Democrats and their globalist counterparts for half a century or longer. But the intensity of this abduction has been amplified during the last decade revealing a corrupt Democrat Party with a complicit media and some Republican sympathizers.

And the upsurge in the ferocity of the seizure of this great republic has finally been met with pushback in the form of Donald Trump. President Trump has decisively taken on the role of “fighter in chief” as he has taken the lead in the fight to restore constitutional law and give it back to We the People, not to be confused with the Democrat collective.

How refreshing! George W. Bush would have never rejected the Democrat Party deception by outwitting them at their own public relations game. His dignity was more important to him than the Democrat Party chicanery.

The Republican Party has played defense since Ronald Reagan passed the torch to George H.W. Bush. Bush 41 and Bush 43 were weak leaders and allowed the GOP to become a spawning ground for Democrats who wanted to infiltrate the Republican Party. Both presidents dampened the conservative message with their moderation.

Under the leadership of both Bush presidents, the republican base became the flies to the democrat spiders. Republicans were caught in a web and weakened from within their own party.

The Republicans lost the argument, because they were frightened by the discussion. They lost all will for aggression, because they had lost their fight due to weak Republican leadership. They desperately needed a leader who was not afraid to fight, and they found him in President Trump.

The moral superiority of some Republicans, who continue with their NeverTrump silliness or are perfectly content in the Marxist takeover as long as no one utters a curse word, has been an open wound for the GOP. There appears to be some confusion over the necessity of open and sometimes volatile and outrageous aggression when your country is teetering on the edge of the abyss.

Too many Republicans tend to find the fight to be beneath them. And they are offended by the leader who dares to step outside of the box of proper etiquette to fight the good fight.

After watching the completely anti-American activities of Democrats who are traitorous with their betrayal of American citizens, I welcome President Trump’s bellicosity and combative nature. We cannot win this war for the country without using every tactic available.

The Good Fight 101: We fight, we fight, and we fight some more.

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