State Of The Union

The President had a good night last night. He touched on a lot of his accomplishments that is working for every American. He highlighted a lot of stark differences between the parties. But in the end I believe he would be willing to work with the Democrats if they would put forth some effort.

The President will be acquitted by the Senate today. But he will still have to fight the Democrats in Congress. They have been taken over by the Socialist and their playbook is anarchy. The President will keep fighting though and he will keep making progress. The Democrats say he is shredding and tearing up the Constitution. Little do they understand, he is using the Constitution to beat them. Its hard to fathom how they can twist something that is so clearly written. Not to mention that there is tons of documents that clearly illustrate what the framers intended.

President Trump announces Opportunity Scholarship for fourth-grader from Philadelphia

There were many people that attended the State of the Union last night. The President from Venezuela, “Joining us in the gallery is the true and legitimate President of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó,” Trump said. “Mr. President, please take this message back to your homeland.  All Americans are united with the Venezuelan people in their righteous struggle for freedom! Socialism destroys nations.  But always remember, freedom unifies the soul.”

Trump honored Charles McGee, one of the last surviving members of the Tuskegee Airmen, the African-American pilots who fought in World War II. “Charles McGee was born in Cleveland, Ohio, one century ago,” Trump said. “Charles is one of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen — the first black fighter pilots — and he also happens to be Iain’s great-grandfather.  After more than 130 combat missions in World War II, he came back to a country still struggling for Civil Rights and went on to serve America in Korea and Vietnam.  On December 7th, Charles celebrated his 100th birthday.  A few weeks ago, I signed a bill promoting Charles McGee to Brigadier General.  And earlier today, I pinned the stars on his shoulders in the Oval Office.  General McGee:  Our Nation salutes you.”

The president also honored Kelli and Gage Hake, who lost their father, Army Staff Sgt. Christopher Hake, to a roadside bomb reportedly funded by Qasem Soleimani, the Iranian general slain in a U.S. drone strike earlier this year. Soleimani had recently organized a proxy militia’s assault on the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad.

“War places a heavy burden on our nation’s extraordinary military families, especially spouses like Amy Williams from Fort Bragg, N.C. and her two children, six-year-old Eliana and three-year-old Rowan,” Trump said.

“Amy works full time and volunteers countless hours helping other military families,” the president continued. “For the past seven months, she has done it all while her husband Sgt. 1st Class Townsend Williams is in Afghanistan on his fourth deployment to the Middle East. Amy’s kids haven’t seen their father’s face in many months. Amy, your family’s sacrifice makes it possible for all of our families to live in safety and peace, and we want to thank you.

Trump praised Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), saying the agency “has arrested over 5,000 wicked human traffickers — and I have signed 9 pieces of legislation to stamp out the menace of human trafficking, domestically and around the globe.”

I woke up this morning and pulled up the website CNBC the headline was Private payrolls soar in January, the best monthly gain in nearly 5 years.

The jobs market kicked off 2020 in grand fashion, adding 291,000 in private payrolls for the best monthly gain since May 2015, according to a report Wednesday from ADP and Moody’s Analytics.

That was well above the 150,000 estimate from economists surveyed by Dow Jones and more evidence that the U.S. still is a good distance from full employment even with the jobless rate at its lowest point in more than 50 years. The total also was a sharp gain from the 199,000 in December, which was revised down 3,000 from the initial count.

How could a Socialist running for President win running on Government controlling everything? If you don’t think that the Democrats and Socialist are not running on that you need to do a little homework and pay closer attention. Things seem to be falling apart for the Democratic party lately. I can see them splitting into two parties after the next election. Maybe not because the DNC want too. But because the voters will demand it.

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