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  • Trump’s Opportunity

    imageThe debate Sunday is an opportunity for Donald Trump to break it open and win the election.

    Hillary will pounce on him, thinking he’s done. All Trump needs to do is apologize one more time, act contrite while reminding the audience that he said these things 11 years ago. They were horrible things to say, and yes, guys, when talking among themselves sometimes get out of hand.

    In the end, they were just words. Hillary helping her husband actually ACT in the way he did while in office and get away with it, destroying women in the process is so much more evil than locker room talk.

    Hillary’s people probably don’t understand that this thing frees Trump up to pull out all the stops. A politician, in something like this, would do the presser, wife standing by in a supporting manner, and then disappear for awhile, to allow the public to forget. They will expect Donald to use this strategy, but he shouldn’t. He needs to make the distinction between locker room talk and real criminality.

    Donald should ask these questions:

    “Could the stupid thing I said 11 years ago trigger an FBI investigation like so many things SHE has done has?”

    “Did my loud mouth result in the deaths of anyone in service to our country, like her actions did in the Bengazi attack?”

    “Did my stupid, offensive talk hide the true acts of a sexual predator, and destroy the lives of women who made the mistake of revealing what the predator did to them?”

    In short, Trump needs to separate his words from himself while being completely accountable for them. Only then can they be seen to be microscopic in importance to the corrupt, evil and traitorous actions of his opponent. He has the opportunity to make them pay for bringing this up, if he handles it correctly.

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  • David Clarke – Hero Sheriff

    Sheriff David Clarke

    Sheriff David Clarke of Milwaukee, Wisconsin is a true Patriot. Don Lemon interviewed him on CNN recently, showing the network’s true colors. As Sheriff Clarke said, there is no question that Black Lives Matter killed eight cops in two weeks. Lemon tried to claim it wasn’t clear that the Baton Rouge shooter had anything to do with the group. Sure, Gavin Long was present at the Dallas shooting that left five police officers dead. Sure, he had made YouTube videos promoting the Black Sovereign movement. But, Lemon couldn’t seem to connect those dots?

    Please.

    What Clarke communicated so well, was that at some point, you have to speak what you know. It’s not necessary to have the answer to every question raised by an event, you just have to use common sense. After a point, pretending you are noble and above the fray makes you part of the problem. A BIG part of the problem. Don Lemon, and his type, are part of the problem. They give those who seek to upset our way of life and kill us cover and concealment, protecting them.

    As Sheriff Clarke stated, at the top of this mountain of destruction is our own President. Obama calls the massacre in San Bernadino “workplace violence.” A radical Muslim who murders the same co-workers who had thrown him and his wife a baby shower, is a terrorist. He isn’t a dissatisfied employee. He is an Islamic Terrorist. When a jihadist killed 84 people in Nice, France with a box truck, it wasn’t “road rage.” It was murder. God bless France for calling the attack what it was, a terrorist attack.

    What America needs, is leadership like Sheriff David Clarke, men and women who tell the truth. We need leaders who aren’t afraid of offending those who object to the truth revealed. Unfortunately, Washington, DC is full of those pretenders who don’t want the truth told. They are in it for themselves, not for us, and it is up to us to defeat them, removing them from positions of power.

    It’s my hope that electing Donald Trump in November is the beginning of this victory for America. If we are able to take the Nation’s highest office away from the Beltway elite, hope will be alive.

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  • What I Learned About Whistle Blowing

    whistleblower

    Never before, have so few kept secrets from so many.

    We live in a world on a precipice. Maybe the precipice. There are so many existential issues confronting our society today, it’s hard to know which to pay serious attention to, and which to tune out. Financial breakdown, terrorism, political corruption, even the theory that a giant planet, traveling in a 3,600 year orbit around our sun, there’s a lot to worry about today. The good news (if that’s an appropriate way to look at it), is that regardless of the issue, someone somewhere knows what’s going on. Many of them have a whistle in their hand, and some of them are good people who want the rest of us to know the truth. A few of those good people have the courage necessary to blow their whistle and warn us.

    But how many do? Not enough.

    I am a whistleblower, and despite the fact it cost me a career I’d worked hard to attain, I believe it was the right thing to do, but I made a serious mistake.

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