One quick glance at the Democrats’ candidate for the 2020 election, and the only sane conclusion you can reach is that this upcoming presidential election isn't about choosing a president at all. It's about electing a political party.
It's also about ushering the Establishment back into the corridors (dark alleys?) of power, or keeping our outsider in the hot seat, or rather his current place in the Oval Office.
Former U.S. senator and vice-president Joe Biden's recurring gaffes and slurs are more than worrisome, they are frankly disqualifying. Here’s the reason why: He is no more qualified to be the president of the United States than a household pet.
I don't mean that as a slur, because I love animals.
But a pet isn’t qualified to lead the free world.
Neither is Biden.
Ask yourself, if elected, will Biden be subsequently removed, or otherwise seem incapacitated and thus be deemed to not able to perform his duties? Would this determination be made within weeks, or days after having been elected to the nation’s highest office?
It’s interesting how this doesn’t seem to matter to the left, that is Democrats, their "deep staters," career politician cabals, and the anointed big government bureaucrat-aristocracy —in actuality still running the country. In fact, their choice of candidate drives home just how throw-away the position of commander in chief really is to them. If Biden is elected, he will be puppeteered by (amongst many others) the Squad, as well as leftist extremists in politics, the media, academia, and those limousiners residing in our nation’s high tech-industrial complex.
And that’s just how Democrats and their fellow deep-staters want it.
Heaven forbid we actually re-elect President Donald Trump for another four year term. At the end of the day, Donald J. Trump takes his job as the nation’s chief executive seriously.
This is truly what 2020 is about. It's really not about Trump versus Biden.
While the GOP is the party of God, country, family, and flag what further defines Republicans?
It can’t be claimed that Republicans are the party of and for millennials. Why, they’ve lost that demographic on climate change and student loans. The GOP is not the party of immigrants either. Nor are they the party of the majority of "ethnic" Americans.
They are not the party of women, I mean the ones who actually have to work and raise their own families, often without the help of a male breadwinner.
They are not the party of (pop) culture.
Who are they the party of, then?
Let's hope that the Trump machine keeps mobilizing his supporters and his voters as we get death-defyingly close to 2020.
Because without Trump to take the lead and very clearly define the identity of the Republican Party, the GOP will wind up with zero, in many ways. John McCain was a beloved war hero, but he lost in 2008. He was a GOP-backed loser. Romney lost. Another GOP-endorsed loser. Those two candidates cost us a precious eight years in the White House.
Eight years that nearly destroyed our country.
Trump, on the other hand, with all his faults actually won.
A fact that Democrats and other liberals still have tremendous difficulty acknowledging.
So, my dear friends in the GOP, I implore you, and all your power-worshiping members of the white-gloved Establishment, this might be your last swan song before you, too, go the way of the horse and buggy. Because I hear our future is electric battery and fuel-cell powered self-driving cars and spaceships to Mars. Just in case you haven’t heard?
Paige Donner has contributed to Newsmax since 2018. She's a media expert, commentator, novelist, and serial entrepreneur. She founded the company, Paris Food And Wine in 2013. In 2018, she founded IoTShipping, a supply chain logistics startup that uses the Internet of Things (IoT) for precision traceability of shipped goods. Paige began her journalism career in Paris, France in 1990. Her first job out of university was with Time-Life's rue Fbg. St. Honore offices. Within the next two years, she took freelancing work as a copy editor for the International Herald Tribune, now re-branded the International New York Times, as well as writing assignments for Variety — the film and television trade magazine. Paige has also clerked for the Senate President of the Hawaii State Legislature. A filmmaker, she has written several television pilots as well as directed television commercials and film shorts. She also contributed to American Cinematographer, the Los Angeles Times, Daily Variety, Huffpost, and a film production trade magazine, Below The Line. As of 2010, Paige has again made Paris, France her home. She has also written for the International New York Times. Since 2013, she has been the sole regular local editor/photographer contributor based in Paris, France for USA Today. Read Paige Donner's Reports — More Here.
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