President Trump is a fighter and apparently rubs some Americans the wrong way. It looks to me like too many Americans are wearing masks over their eyes.
Look at the reaction President Trump received from the media when his former defense secretary, whom never saw a war he wouldn’t fight, came out against his former boss—the media cheer. Since when are they pro-war?
The wars in blue cities and states are nothing new. The media just fails to report it. They’ve been ruining their backyards forever. President Trump had nothing to do with that.
Blue states listen up. It’s not the president’s job to clean up your yard, especially when mayors like De Blasio let ‘em burn, and governors like Cuomo have no answers. Where should we send the sick? How about nursing homes? You really can’t make this up.
Speaking of masks, maybe Bumbling Joe Biden needs a daily reminder about the family business, China Inc., instead of softball questions by complicit talk show hosts. Meanwhile Obama buys an estate on the Vineyard and wants you to change.
A client told me yesterday he’s seeing Trump signs where such things as yards exist. President Trump has an opportunity to make some beauties: “Made in the USA”; “Enough of George W. Bush’s Wars”; “I’m the President, not Mad Dog”; “Got Family?”
Send me your yard sign ideas at email@example.com, and I’ll deliver them.
P.S. The Mayor fo West Palm Beach, Florida, Keith James, banned the sale of all firearms and ammunition in response to the George Floyd riots. It’s too early to tell if this move will be ruled unconstitutional, but at a time when Americans are buying guns at a record pace, James’ move seems to go against the wishes of his constituents. Madeline Osburn reports in The Federalist:
In declaring a state of local emergency due to riots and civil unrest in the city of West Palm Beach, Florida, Mayor Keith James banned all sales of guns and ammunition Sunday. He also declared all citizens are prohibited from possessing firearms in public places.
In his Declaration of Emergency, James cited a Florida statute that allows public officials to strip law-abiding citizens of their Second Amendment rights by preventing the sale and public possession of firearms.
The mayor’s declaration claimed, “[T]here is reason to believe that there exists a clear and present danger of a riot or other general public disorder, widespread disobedience of the law, and substantial injury to persons or to property,” in the city of West Palm Beach. This description of events is similar to what Americans across the country are experiencing — prompting them to buy more guns and ammo.
May 2020 marked the third consecutive month of record-high firearm sales, bringing the total to an estimated 6 million guns sold since the coronavirus outbreak began in March. According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, a large portion of the sales records were driven by first-time gun owners.
For the rest of America, it’s time to get your guns and your training now.
Originally posted on Your Survival Guy.