Put me in the camp of someone who has been a (I won’t say diehard) loyal Trump supporter from the start. I absolutely wanted him over Hilary, and I think he’s the best president I’ve had during my lifetime.
Granted…this is not saying much.
I admire his willingness to not bend the knee to the politically correct and his willingness to say what needs to be said.
I must say, I was surprised when I sent out an email recently that was critical of Trump and received quite a bit of backlash.
I still think Trump has done a decent job, and he was given a rough hand, but I don’t think that excuses his lack of leadership as of late. Like it or not, you don’t get a pass as the President. You just don’t. It’s like the sports superstar who, even if he carries his team to the championship and has no help (think LeBron), you’re still going to be the scapegoat.
You can defend Trump all you like, but like it or not, 2020’s election might just slip out of his grasp if he’s not careful.
Sure, Puddin’ Brain Biden is running against him, and who knows if he’ll need some adult diapers to make it through the debates.
But, people are saying that this is a good strategy, to let the Democrats burn the cities down and watch it happen, then say they allowed it to happen.
I don’t know if this is a winning strategy, and I detail exactly why (and what the consequences of a Trump loss would be for you) on page 12 of the latest “Insurgent Confidential” report.
Here’s the link to get it before the quickly-approaching July 1st deadline: