Brave American Patriots fought the American Revolution to found the United States of America. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin and Betsy Ross and other patriotic leaders and citizens risked their lives and fortune. Over 400,000 American soldiers and civilians lost their lives in the Civil War to preserve the United States of America. Abraham Lincoln was assassinated because he led our nation righteously in those perilous times. Over 600,000 young American men and women lost their lives preserving American freedom and principals during two World Wars, the Korean War and the Vietnam War, wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and against ISIS and the Taliban. Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and numerous other brave Americans lost their lives fighting for the civil rights of All Americans. Jackie Robinson, Joe Louis, Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente and countless other American athletes stood tall for the American way as examples of courage and wisdom.
Neil Armstrong and the brave men and women of the Apollo mission and NASA Space Shuttle programs led American prominence into Space. The United States of America has a heritage, legacy and tradition that far exceeds that of any other nation that has ever existed and still exists today in the world. The reason is that the people of our nation possess the American spirit and system of liberty, freedom and justice that was created by our founding fathers and mothers and ratified by judicious and wise amendments over more than 240 years as a great nation. Tha Constitution of the United States of America is the great document that allows the American people to live in the greatest society of freedom, liberty and justice ever. The Constitution and our great United States of America was hard fought for by the blood, sweat and tears of great, courageous and wise American men and women before us. Americans of today let us remember and honor the tradition set forth by Crispus Attucks at Boston Massachusetts in 1776, Colonel Robert Gould Shaw at Fort Wagner, South Carolina in 1863, Viola Gregg Liuzzo at Selma, Alabama in 1963 and the countless other Americans who unselfishly lost their lives so that future American generations may live in freedom, liberty and equal justice for all. Those brave Americans have already fought the good fight. They perished, God rest their souls and gave America and Americans our Victory.
Let’s carry on this true American tradition. Today we have a leader who upholds these hard fought for American values. Over the past four years in the midst of unprecedented adversity, our American President has implemented policies for a strong economy, a strong military, protection of American life nationally and abroad, and a fair American justice system with compassionate and wise leadership for the American people. The United States of America now faces tough and perilous times with a pandemic and economic difficulties brought on by foreign sources, threats from China to weaken America, and threats internal to the United States from ill-meaning Democrat, Socialist and globalist political ideology, and misled street violence. Just as our American heroes did in the past, we must stand firm and tall for our country, now with peaceful American values.
Let all your friends, family and other American citizens know: “President Donald J. Trump is the only person in America who has proven he has the capability and foresight and knowledge to stand tall for the United States of America and its citizens today.”
On November 3, 2020 cast your ballot for President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. Make sure President Trump has the help he needs for our American agenda by also voting Republican for the US Senate, House of Representatives, state, county and local governments.