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Opinion: Back to politics

After issuing Presidential Pardons and Commutations of prison terms President Donald J. Trump completed his term as the 45th President of the United States, on Wednesday.

The White House issued thousands of pages of the Trump Administration’s accomplishments during the last four years. These included assisting with peace treaties, deregulations and vast economic growth.

He created seven million new jobs and brought back manufacturing jobs previously lost to overseas countries. The unemployment rate for African Americans, Hispanics, Native American, veterans, the disabled and those without a high school diploma all reached record lows, it said.

“Unemployment for women hit its lowest rate in 70 years.

Poverty rates for African Americans and Hispanics reached record lows,” stated the report.

Imagine what else he could have done had he not been besieged with bogus Articles of Impeachment from the Democratic leadership.

Great, the country learned a phrase in a dead langue: “Quid Pro Quo.” Has a nice ring to it doesn’t it?

He didn’t collude with the Russians. Yet Joe Biden, when Veep, arranged the firing of a prosecutor investigating wrong doings committed by him and his family.

To all those Never Trumpers who are scoffing that others made those strides toward a better America I say, President Trump got the blame for every calamity that befell the nation in the last four years. Therefore, he gets the credit for the prosperity enjoyed as well.

Prior to the pandemic this country set record highs in so many areas. I have no trouble believing the conspiracy theory that the COVID-19 plague began because some group, probably the Chinese and its military, set out to cripple the United States of America and President Trump.

The peace-loving hippie in me left over from the 1970s expresses delighted astonishment that the USA has engaged in no new wars in the last four years. My POTUS, yes, My POTUS set out to honorably end all the wars and conflicts on planet earth.

His thanks were civil unrest, financed and carried out for the expressed purpose of undermining his authority, to get him removed from office and keep him from getting reelected.

When Democratic run cities burned nearly all summer long, too many of the media blamed poverty, systemic racism and law enforcement for the riots.

When the capital was attacked, the media blamed Trump. Anyone can carry a Trump sign and shout slogans while attacking the hallowed halls of our most important seat of laws.

Those responsible will never be caught. A few of the puppets carrying the president’s name and slogans may go down, but the puppeteers have layers and layers of insulation and plausible deniably. Spend enough money and anything can be accomplished.

I am dismayed and still can’t believe that former vice president, sinister Joe Biden, took the scared oath of the President of the United States this week.

The Biden-Harris administration promises to be one of partisan politics that will set out to undo much of the good created by President Trump as it threatens its powerful friends.

Anyone who thinks the new guy in the big chair holds the country’s best interests, instead his own, is greatly mistaken. While it is natural to be hopeful for the future of our family and friends, you are wrong.

It’s not a crime to be wrong, nor does it mean you are a bad person. In a free society, everyone has the right to be wrong. If, at some point, you discover you are wrong, be big enough to admit it and move on to correct the damage done.

Politics is a complicated game. How many positive endeavors are undertaken just to insure a reelection?

What I will miss most is what my POTUS would have accomplished in a second term. A term where reelection was no longer a consideration.

Running for Prom King every four years leaves too little time to focus on the vital work to be done.

He would have four unfettered years to make the hard decisions and change the world for the betterment of all.

Does it surprise anyone that Congress took six-months to create a COVID-19 Pandemic stimulus package and just two short days to impeach the president, again?

He told people to be strong and fight for what they believe. He told his devoted supporters to proceed “peacefully and patriotically.”

His use of hyperbole is evident.

When some of the crowd didn’t proceed peacefully, much less patriotically, the House impeached him one more time for old time’s sake.

The ultimate plan is to prevent him from seeking a second term in 2024. All politicians should be disturbed by the precedent this sets.

As for President Biden, you, sir, you were a means to an end. Your services are no longer required. Be very, very careful descending staircases with your darling vice president. She’s ambitious and wants that Big Chair. She will stop at nothing to achieve it.

Satire and Fake News Cast: “On Wednesday, the new President, Joe Biden, opted not to have an inaugural parade and instead attended a fitting for the filaments ordered by the Democratic leadership. These to be installed as soon as possible.”

Blessings and best wishes to President Joe Biden and his administration. May they continue to make America great again.

Long days and pleasant nights, have a great weekend.

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