Sunday, March 12, 2017

Respect for the Office


Back in 2008, when Barack Obama became President of the United States, do you know what I did? I respected the decision of the electorate and woke up the day after, like I had done every day of my life. I didn't plot assassinations, I didn't start protests or riots to undermine, I didn't try to spread fake news. I didn't do any of this because I am an American citizen who respects the rule of law and a lawful democratic election. I also respect the office of the President.

When a new leader of the free world gets elected, no matter who it is, you do not want him or her to fail. I didn't want Barack Obama to fail as President, regardless of my feelings towards him. Because if a President fails then our nation fails. This is the lesson that falls on deaf ears when it comes to the leftists. Respect for the office of the Presidency.

When you have leftist terrorist groups funded by George Soros, promoting riots and protests to undermine an administration, they in turn have the desire to see this country fail. When corrupt fake news organizations promote their agenda with lies instead of truthful reporting, they in turn have the desire to see this nation fail. When the deep state undermines the administration through unlawful leaks, they in turn want to see America fail.

These acts are nothing less than acts of sedition. To undermine a democratically elected President and his administration. The people who participate in these actions are anti Americans and have no desire to see this country return to any sort of greatness. These are the ones who have zero respect for the nation and it's leaders, and are the true enemies of the United States of America.

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