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Trump in Ohio Depicts the Collectivism of an Anti-Collective America

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Judd Dunning By Wednesday, 30 June 2021 10:16 AM EDT Current | Bio | Archive

At his first rally since leaving the White House, a clear and dynamic Donald Trump excoriated Joe Biden. While Trump energized Republicans to take back Congress next year, a much deeper nexus was forming.

''As Ohio goes, so goes the nation'' was decimated in 2020. Trust in election traditions were lost. Trump wisely chose Ohio to resume the fight to return America to its time-trusted democratic norms. It was the ideal ground zero to begin the counterinsurgence on the left’s ideological propaganda war against American rationality.

Wellington, Ohio, was packed. Upon hearing so many Americans peacefully and passionately gathering, it seemed clear that Biden won because of a global pandemic and mail-in ballots. Wellington is a clear indicator of the possibility of Trump winning the presidency again becoming very real.

Trump said, "We won the election twice and it's possible we'll have to win it a third time. It's possible." With Maricopa County audit results approaching, the timing was perfect for energizing his base.

The typical anti-Trump post-rally criticism was immediate. The rally contained far too much nationalism and was too centered around one man rather than the Republican Party. With so much rampant disinformation and censorship, attempts to diminish Trump and his 75-100 million supporters holds little weight with any wise American.

Americans recently saw Russian President Vladimir Putin stand up for all Americans more directly than Biden has. Americans have been forced by necessity to become wiser under Biden’s attacks on our cherished individual freedoms and autonomy.

The left ironically fails to grasp that American nationalism’s ideological taproot is paradoxical. It is only collective in its anti-collectivism.

Americans are bound together in a mutual agreement to be ruled, but lightly so. We remain individuals and ultimately autonomous to make our own choices.

Trump understands this when he rails against the machine. We align beside him as individuals for something greater than Trump. We demand the preservation of a country guided by God, freedom, family and values, none of which government provides. Any self-respecting nation takes pride in the healthy practice of nationalism.

A collective identity to seek individual excellence is neither racist nor subversive. Trump’s brand of patriotism and leadership is called on and demanded by our traditions, our history, and our Judeo-Christian values embodied in our Constitution.

As the good books says, to shine is divine. "Nor do they light a lamp and then put it under a bushel basket; it is set on a lampstand, where it gives light to all in the house. Just so, your light must shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your heavenly Father.'' — Matthew 5:14-16.

To soar, to shine, to strive and not hate your strength are holy demands of a God-centered life. This life is intensely irrefutably American regardless of color, gender, creed or any affiliation.

Today’s leftist cultural Marxists reject this. Their elites demand we hate our heritage, our whiteness, our climate unconsciousness, our Second Amendment, our anti-globalist selfishness, our evil capitalistic rapaciousness, our xenophobic aversion to open borders, etc.

We conservatives trust that we are good and perfectly made by a loving God and our 244 years of blessings. Liberals hate this simple but true view. It cannot be demeaned or belittled with a woke intellectual elitism, nor can its inherent humility be labeled racist. It’s too humble, true and pure, as are the simple tenants of conservatism at their essence.

The clarity, pride and strength Trump portrayed in Ohio was a needed reminder. Even though it has only been a few months, the power of good or bad ideas is strong when deconstructing or building a nation. Many of us believe America can and will return to the right in 2022 with Trump’s help.

Although his possible return excites us, America has never been about one man. Yet when one man embodies our ideas, it’s hard to separate him from them. This is especially true given the alternative.

Biden's entire platform is based upon Americans hating each other or themselves so the left can expand its power and destroy our country. Big Tech, social media and mainstream media made it extremely difficult to see the rally.

It was packed with passionate ,committed Americans ready to take our country back in 2022.

What Trump embodies connects to many Americans at their very core.

Trump gets it, just as our forefathers did; it can even be argued he remains unstoppable.

Welcome back, Donald J. Trump. We missed you. Onward to 2022 and 2024.

Host of “Unapologetic with Judd Dunning” on KABC AM790 and on YouTube and Co-Host of "BulletPointNation" with Fox’s Michael Loftus, Judd Dunning, is a political author, host, pundit and producer. Over Judd’s three-decade political journey from liberal to conservative activist, he has collaboratively created and hosted a multitude of political media projects. Judd is also both a Newsmax Regular Guest commentator, and just authored his new Humanix/Newsmax Book "13 1/2 Reasons Why NOT To Be A Liberal: And How to Enlighten Others." — More Here.

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The left ironically fails to grasp that American nationalism’s ideological taproot is paradoxical. It is only collective in its anti-collectivism. ...
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Wednesday, 30 June 2021 10:16 AM
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