It is hard to believe, but there are actually are a few so-called conservatives who plan on not voting for President Trump. Despite four years of Trump successfully implementing conservative policies, they are simply not going to vote for him. They don’t like his leadership style and his frequent tweets. In their eyes, any policy success he has had is outweighed by his overbearing personality.
I personally am a good case study in conservative voters who once were reluctant to vote for Donald Trump in 2016, but begrudgingly pulled the lever for him. This time around, I can’t wait to go to the polling station and cast my ballot for President Trump. I would walk over a desert full of glass to do so.
In the Republican primaries in 2016, I was a Ted Cruz supporter. Old Lyin’/Lion Ted was my guy. I didn’t believe that Donald Trump was actually a conservative, given his track record of giving campaign contributions to Democrat candidates over the decades. I didn’t like some of the outlandish things he said, and admittedly I still have my moments of frustration with his rhetoric, but those moments don’t last long, especially when I reflect on what he has accomplished in four years.
President Trump has nominated three Constitutionalists to the Supreme Court, as well as 300 other judges to the Federal courts, eating away at the Left’s decades of judicial dominance.
He got rid of the Obamacare individual mandate, rendering the law impotent.
On the foreign policy and national security front, he increased funding for the military, brokered peace in the Middle East, moved the American Embassy to Jerusalem, ripped up the Iran Nuclear Deal, staved off a conflict with North Korea, killed two of the worsts terrorists in the world, and pulled the US out of the Paris Climate Accord. He also moved money around to fund a portion of a border wall and was able to get Mexico to send troops to the border to keep more illegal immigrants from crossing into the country.
Trump has handled the coronavirus response far better than his efforts are being portrayed by the media and Joe Biden. He got the states all the ventilators, PPE, and testing that they needed, and those same Democrat governors continue to thank him privately but rip him when the camera is on. Joe Biden’s plan, outside of an unconstitutional nationwide mask mandate, is essentially the same plan as what Trump has already been doing. Given Biden’s history of plagiarizing, this should come as no surprise.
Trump has done more for the black community than any president in my lifetime. He signed into law criminal justice reform, increased funding to historically black colleges, and established opportunity zones to encourage investment in low-income minority neighborhoods.
If Republicans like Senator Mitt Romney or those who work for the Lincoln Project can’t get on the Trump train after reading all his successes just mentioned (and that’s not even an exhaustive list), they should just leave the party and become registered Democrats. There is no excuse for not casting their ballot for President Trump.