A PRESIDENT WHO LIVES TO CREATE RAGE
America is suddenly on a perilous path.
Far from becoming “Great Again,” this nation is ripping apart internally . . . with an ever- widening rift the size of the Grand Canyon. Thanks to the vitriol spewing from the White House, we are now all turning against each other: spectators against knee-bending athletes, legal citizens against productive illegals, poor against de-regulated rich, Christians against Muslims, Democrats against Republicans, the still-simmering Confederate South against blacks, healthy tax-payers against insurance-needy sick.
We should have seen this coming: Way back when, Trump declared that Vietnam hero John McCain was not a hero; he railed against the Kahn family who lost a son in Iraq; he bragged that because he was famous, women would allow him to grab them . . . well, anywhere; he threatened protestors—“I’d like to punch him in the face!”; he inspired campaign mobs to scream, “Lock her up!”
Since then, Trump has given voice to every American who has a grievance against anyone. Like never before, in every state acts of venom are on daily display.
Internationally, it’s worse; even our closest allies no longer trust us. They simply don’t believe that America will keep its word . . . on global warming, on immigration policies, on United Nations support, on the Iranian agreement, or anything else.
Scarier still, the nation that once feared or quietly disliked us, is now inspired to rise up and yes—go to war. Because of Trump’s big, raging mouth, we’ve never been so close to a war with North Korea. Meaning the horror of nuclear weapons is suddenly a possibility.
There must be a way, legally, to rid America of its terrifying leader.
If not . . . What will become of our country?