4 Reasons I Support President Trump

A while back, I noticed a comment on my blog, asking why I stated in my bio that I love Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States of America. There are multitudes of people who abhor him. The establishment news and large swaths of social media constantly misrepresent him as a viscous and evil istaphobicphobaphobe (noun: an extreme and/or irrational fear and hatred of anything and everything politically correct in today’s woke culture. Hat tip to Dan Bongino).

I can understand why it is easy to be deceived by the barrage of negative coverage of President Trump and his administration. Yet just because you hear “Trump is a racist!” 24/7, doesn’t mean it’s true.

President Trump has done many things for America to attract and solidify my support for him. I realize it is rare to read “I love Donald Trump” in a young blogger’s bio–but it is true. That is why I decided to write this post titled: Four Reasons I Love President Trump.

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 On December 6, 2017, President Trump followed through on his promise to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, thus recognizing Jerusalem as the capitol of Israel. Three previous Presidents (Clinton, George W Bush, and Obama) had all promised to do so, but it took the vertebrate of Donald Trump to get it accomplished.

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It is hard not to notice how Hollywood, news outlets, and big tech overwhelmingly lean to left politically, socially, academically and culturally. They have been relentlessly attacking the right for decades and branding us haters of–just about everything at this point. Many journalists have become overt agents for the Left, and as a result have lost credibility with a growing number of American people. It seems to me that they hate Christians, conservatives, and anybody who does not join and celebrate their group-think.

Their disdain for President Trump is evident, and I believe it is because he is not afraid of them. Before he came on the political scene, Republicans had far too many yellow-bellied snollygosters who would not stand up to the media’s blatant lies, false and one-sided narratives. But President Trump has gone into the D.C. Swamp and has been trying–since day one–to rid our nation’s Capitol of the marsh rats. I love how my President has called out the fake news.

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U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh participates in his ceremonial public swearing-in as he is watched by daughters Liza and Margaret and U.S. President Donald Trump in the East Room of the White House in Washington, U.S. October 8, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst – RC19076150A0


“It is up to us to reclaim our heritage of equal and impartial justice. It is up to us to re-dedicate ourselves to the traditions and wisdom of our Founders.

President Donald Trump

The Supreme Court of the United States is a part of the Judicial Branch of government–notice I said “part of,” the Judicial Branch, not “is” the Judicial Branch. Everyone seems to believe that the Supreme Court is the only federal court that matters, that the most vital, life or death judgments are decided by this one tribunal–this is not the case. Out of the more than 7,000 cases submitted to this body per year, around 100-150 are actually reviewed (Supremecourt.gov). Most cases end up in the laps of the Federal judges; our constitutional freedoms as American citizens can either be stripped from us or upheld and honored depending on the decision of these judges.

That is why it is such a massive accomplishment that President Trump has confirmed over 158 judges to the federal bench—a feat accomplished just three years into his presidency. In comparison, former presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush had a total of 54 judges combined at the three year mark of their presidencies. President Trump has given America staunch judges who do not make decisions based on party lines, but according to the United States Constitution, a gift which will continue to give for years to come.


The most important reason I love and support President Trump is because he is arguably the most Pro-life president our nation has ever seen and he is not afraid to declare it. In the third 2016 presidential debate, on the question of where he stood on partial birth/late term abortions, then candidate Trump answered (time stamp 3:43):

“…it is not okay with me…rip(ping) the baby out of the womb in the ninth month, on the final day…that’s not acceptable.”

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Trump addressing the 2020 March for Life in Washington, DC
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Better than talking about what you believe is putting it into action. On January 23, 2017, newly elected President Trump re-enacted the Mexico City Policy, a procedure that blocks U.S. funding of international abortion expansion. More recently, Trump has de-funded the abortion mill Planned Parenthood of over sixty million federal tax dollars with his new Family Plan rules. He and people from his administration also annually address the massive March For Life in Washington, D.C. reaffirming his support for the Pro-Life movement.

These are only four of a multitude of reasons I support President Trump, yet as this post is long enough, I will leave those for another time 🙂

I’d love to hear from you! Voice your thoughts in the comments below!

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