Trump is America’s, and Canada’s best hope.

With the ever increasing black cloud of globalism is descending upon the world, the people look to Trumpism to save them. Donald Trump started his 2016 campaign as a joke to many, but history has proved how crucial a Donald Trump is for freedom in 2020. With reporters repeating their mistakes from 2016 claiming that Trump is down in the polls, this should prove to be another huge upset for liberals worldwide.

As Jeff Davidson from TownHall.com puts it;

I’m at a picnic this last Saturday with my buddy Natalia, who emigrated from Ukraine to the U.S. in 1990. Once a month, a group of Russian-speaking U.S. citizens like Natalia, now residing in and around the Research Triangle area in North Carolina, meet to eat and to converse in Russian. I don’t speak a word of the language, however, all four of my grandparents were from Belarus, and that’s close enough. 

My Instant Education

Midway through the picnic, a senior lady clearly blurts out in English, “If you want to return to Russia, vote Democrat this year.” I am semi-stunned because U.S. politics is generally not a topic for conversation at such picnics and because I had no idea it was coming, in English no less. 

Others quickly chime in. Each came to this country for its freedom, not to be told that classical music, composed by old dead white men, is racist. Several individuals in attendance think the idea of defunding the police is as ridiculous as they’ve ever heard. They believe that a strong military is essential and they should know; they came from Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Latvia, and Kazakhstan and are acutely aware of China’s worldwide aspirations.

When they hear things such as ‘Medicare for all,’ or free college tuition for all, it drives them crazy. Most of them arrived in the U.S. with very little, asset-wise, and worked their way to a position of financial stability. They know that when a politician says something is ‘free’ that’s a code word for ‘somebody else pays.’

Natalia Goes 180

I am astonished to learn that my friend Natalia, who told me when we first met that she is a registered Democrat, is also voting Republican this year. She said she’s not for Republicans or Donald Trump per se, but she’s against most of what Democrats seek. In the span of less than a year, she decided that the Democrat Party is supported by fools and racial-strife mongers. 

It’s all common sense she says. Why would you vote for a party that wants to raise your taxes, defund police departments, and release criminals from jail? Why would you vote for a party that treats Black Lives Matter like they walk on water and can do whatever they want to society? Who coordinates Antifa riots in one city after another, she asks, and then claims that it’s right-wing groups perpetrating the violence? 

Two of the 14 people at the picnic seem to be uninformed, and so the others ‘school’ them. This goes on for several minutes. I can tell that the previously ‘uninformed’ now will be voting Republican, at least for this upcoming election.

Voting Like They Mean It 

The whole scene comes at me so quickly that it’s challenging to absorb it all. Here I am, with a group of people who I felt likely represented a 50-50 Democrat / Republican split. None of them are likely to answer a pollster or take part in a survey. None of them are likely to display political signs on their front lawns. None of them would be vocal at work or in some public setting. Yet, in our small group, out loud, they are airing their grievances about Democrats.

I truly believe that 2020 will prove once again that the MSM view of politics is widely out of touch with the general population.