Hillary says that Trump will take America backwards and divide the American People, but I say, “How stupid does she think we are”?
What’s Wrong With Trump Taking America Backwards? The Clintons and President Obama have done more in the past eight years to divide America, promote racism, and move America straight into Socialism/Communism–which is to the demise of our American Way of Life–than any other administration .
Of course we want Trump to take America backwards: back to a time when people had values, jobs, patriotism, common sense and a willingness to take care of the poor among us and our communities. So YES, please Mr. Trump, take America backwards to restore the America that honors the good in our nation.
Many American Patriots have served in military forces with the sole purpose of protecting our freedom and our way of life. If we allow the silver tongue of Liberals, who are bent on taking us to New World Order and replacing our way of life with (our uniqueness and individuality) with being just like all other nations in their global society.
I’m not sorry, but this is NOT what most Americans want! Free thinking and non-dependent Americans (including those who came to America for the same reason) love the “American Way of Life” and will give whatever it takes to protect it.
Yet people like President Obama and Hillary Clinton want Americans to be dependent on the system so as to bring them full course into their version of an ideal society. What that entails is nothing less than maintaining complete control over people’s way of life and in return, assuring their continued power.
June 7, 2016 11:59 PM<
UPDATED 06/08/16 2:09 a.m.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Democrat Hillary Clinton on Tuesday announced the “milestone” of being the first woman to win a major party’s presidential nomination – even though her opponent, Bernie Sanders, had not conceded.
Republican Donald Trump likewise pivoted toward the general election, saying a Clinton presidency would continue the “disaster” of President Barack Obama’s years.
Clinton and Trump both won in New Jersey on Tuesday night.
Clinton also won in New Mexico and South Dakota, while Trump also was swiftly declared the winner in all the other states that held GOP contests Tuesday — South Dakota, New Mexico, Montana, and California.
CBS News estimated early Wednesday morning that Clinton was also likely to win in California, but no final result had been determined as of early Wednesday. Sanders was ahead in Montana, but that race also had not yet been called early Wednesday morning.
In addressing supporters at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Clinton presented herself as the presumptive nominee and noted that she had now won the majority of pledged delegates.
“It may be hard to see tonight, but we are standing under a glass ceiling right now. But don’t worry – we’re not smashing this one. Thanks to you, we’ve reached a milestone – the first time in our nation’s history that a woman will be a major party’s nominee,” Clinton said.