It's time to cure Trump derangement syndromeJuly 1, 2019
To the editor:
In Florida a woman stabbed herself three times and told police responding to the incident that she could no longer take living in Trump's America. She is a perfect manifestation of the insanity that has taken hold of a sizable portion of our nation. This sickness has been labeled Trump derangement syndrome.
What fuels this madness? It is all those strict constructionist judges filling the vacancies on the federal courts. It is Trump's agenda of fighting to secure the border. They do not like his Conservative American agenda of defeating the ISIS caliphate, withdrawing from bad international deals, re-negotiating trade agreements, cutting taxes, economic growth, record low unemployment, the soaring stock market and rising wages.
These Progressive Socialist Democrats in a Mad Hatter like fashion are appalled by his efforts to end Iranian support of international terrorism, and his firm support for Israel according to Harry Horist, a businessman and consultant, entrepreneur, and writer. They are being driven crazy by President Trump's efforts to provide better medical care for veterans, putting in a real effort to eliminate nukes on the Korean peninsula, pushing back at Russian influence in the Middle East and ending Vladimir Putin’s efforts to take over the entire Ukraine.
The only way to cure this disease is to vote out of power these Progressive Socialist Democrats. Support Conservative people and Independent candidates like President Trump and senators like Mike Braun, Mike Lee, and Ted Cruz, and representatives like Jim Jordan and Jim Banks. This Is the only way sane people can cure the nation.
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