Donald “Agent Orange” Trump actually takes office in January Balladeer’s Blog has been having a lot of fun providing many points of view rebuking the pompous snobbery, cowardly hypocrisy and hilarious pretentiousness of the American Left.
Catherine Chew authored a terrific piece outlining her ultimate drift to Trump in the 2016 election. The link to the item is below, but first some excerpts:
“After eight years of ineffective leadership, it was time for an epochal change.”
“My biggest priorities in this election were the economy and national security.”
“I was a ‘closet’ Donald Trump supporter and I’ve decided to come out. I am a professional woman, educated and hold a university terminal degree. I am a former community college president. I am not racist nor am I xenophobic. I have a multicultural son conceived with an Iranian Muslim former husband.”
“Since the tsunami election occurred, pundits, journalists and pollsters have obsessively given credence to the voting bloc of male, working-class individuals from rural areas as being the cause for Trump’s successful campaign. They have consistently showcased an elitist attitude about Trump supporters.”
“Many predicted that Trump’s campaign was doomed because it could not attract enough women or minorities. But reports suggest Trump captured about 42 percent of women voters, including white, college-educated, middle-class and wealthy suburban women.”
” … I was attracted to a Trump presidency because I sincerely believed only someone as unorthodox and bold as he could take on the deeply infested establishment and extremely dysfunctional system that exists in the federal government. As a non-career politician and businessman, he thinks differently and his unconventional and nonconformist campaign proves it.”
“The earthquake election results have offered a very clear message and mandate for Democrats and Republicans alike. Change is needed and action is expected.”
Catherine Chew is a consultant with Yellow Cape Communications in Charlotte and the former president of Craven Community College.
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