Why Trump

Yes, I support Donald Trump. I guess that makes me a deplorable, huh? How can I support someone who has been called racist, sexist, xenophobic and whatever description the mainstream media (MSM) can come up with? Well, to understand this, you need to look past the narrative MSM tells us.

We live in an uncertain world. That’s just a fact. I have seen this through the real threat of radical Islamic terrorism, evident with the attack in Orlando and other attacks all over the world, and an influx of illegal immigration that has been hurting the lives of innocent Americans, such as Kate Steinle, who was murdered by an illegal immigrant. A conservative policy towards immigration, such as closed borders and extreme vetting, is what our great nation needs.

I am in no way against immigration, but a country without borders is no country at all. Trump has never been against legal immigration. He is only against illegal immigration. He will change Obama’s failed policy on defeating ISIS and will swiftly crush this threat. His position on increasing our defense is what we desperately need in such an unsure world. He will “Make America Safe Again.”

Under the current administration, our small businesses are being crushed by regulation and heavy taxes, but Trump will cut these burdensome taxes and regulations. With the end of heavy regulations and the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), small businesses will be able to flourish. NAFTA and TPP have allowed our companies to leave us, resulting in the loss of  American jobs. With this renegotiation, our jobs will stay in America, improve our economy and lower unemployment. He will “Make America Work Again” and “Put America First Again.”

I could continue to talk about how the policies of the GOP platform are best for what our country needs, but this election is not just about policy. This election will not only decide who fills Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s seat but possibly three more as well. It is important that the next president will elect justices who will be steadfast in upholding our constitutional rights. We need justices who have no political agenda. I believe Trump will appoint these types of people, unlike his opponent who has a history of pay-for-play and whose agenda will destroy what we take for granted today.

I am truly terrified of a Hillary Clinton presidency. Clinton has a history of failed leadership and policies, as seen by her record as Secretary of State and failure to do anything for New York as their senator.

Trump is not tied down by big donors. Instead, he is an outsider who will shake up Washington, D.C., and make our government work again. Trump has built one of the greatest real estate empires. Yes, he has gone through failures, but it has not deterred him. He continued to pursue his dream and has flourished as a result. Trump will “Make America Great Again!”