Donald Trump made a quick stop in Nashville today to speak at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual convention. He will attend the College Football Championship tonight.
“Oh, are you happy that you voted for me,” he said, “ The other choice wasn’t going to work too well for the farmers.”
CNN, of course, mocked this obvious joke – look, Trump is funny and the left can’t stand it. America loves it and the left hates it.
Because it destroys their carefully crafted narrative around Trump, mainly that Hillary should have won and Trump is dangerous.
First, the left complained he ignored them and would only make deals with the GOP. Besides the false assumption, who could blame if he did? If the GOP had the votes like they did on Tax reform who needs Democrats?
If he needs them to get infrastructure done he will pick off the vulnerable red-state Democrat Senators like Joe Manchin real quick.
“From now on, most family farms and small business owners will be spared the punishment of the deeply unfair estate, known as the death tax— so you can keep your farms in the family…That was a tough one to get.”
Now the left says Trump is unfit because they don’t agree with how he manages or because he is not politically correct, but they should listen because this is what they are fighting against:
“All American businesses, including American farmers, will be able to deduct 100% of the cost of new equipment in the year you make the investment. Every Democrat in the House and every Democrat in the Senate voted against tax cuts for the American farmer and for the American worker.”
Good luck Sherrod Brown.
Trump is dangerous – he is dangerous to them, to the people who sold out this country for power and a quick buck, to the geniuses who thought it was a good idea to outsource our jobs and sell our uranium to Russia.
“We want out flag respected and we want out national anthem respected also. There’s plenty of space for people to express their views and to protest, but we love our flag and we love our anthem and we want to keep it that way,” he concluded.