Letter to the Editor: Trumps victory lap, dems show true colors

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Letter to the Editor: Trumps victory lap, dems show true colors

Brandon Micech, photo submitted by author.

Brandon Micech, photo submitted by author.

Brandon Micech, photo submitted by author.

Brandon Micech, Guest Contributor

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On Tuesday, Trump gave one of the best speeches of his presidency polling at 49% approval. His State of the Union speech was approved by 76% of Americans including 82% of independents.

For most of his speech, the theme was about The Great American Comeback. Jobs are booming, incomes are soaring, poverty is plummeting, crime is falling, confidence is surging, and our country is thriving.

However, Democrats did not stand up at all while Trump talked about African-American jobless rates, teenage jobless rates, Latino jobless rates, and female jobless rates being at all-time lows.

It was very sad to watch the childish behavior of the Democrat leadership by refusing to acknowledge the success of our President or seeing Nancy Pelosi showing off her “Trump Derangement Syndrome” by ripping up Trump’s speech.

The speech had special guests such as the last Tuskegee Airmen, a child who survived born at 21 weeks, the mourning families of Rocky Jones and Kayla Mueller, and a service member reuniting with family. Their praise all ripped up.

The Democrats made supporting America look partisan as they refused to stand. The signing of the USMCA, the China trade deal, efforts to end human trafficking, work to combat the opioid epidemic, criminal justice reform, a call to protect life, and efforts to secure our border are something we should be celebrating.

People need to stop hating our President because “he says mean things” — Liberals. The Democrat’s showed their true colors last night and the whole country was watching.

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