Why It Matters – The October 17th Show

Why It Matters – The October 17th Show

Trump’s Erdogan Letter

 

Trump’s candidacy and Presidency have put the lie to the ruling class’ claims to be the elite, or the ‘betters’ of Americans…

        Authentic—he is who he says he is: a billionaire American patriot dealmaker

        Straightforward—he does what he says he will do; he gets things done

…and Americans all over the country LOVE him for it

 

President Trump’s letter to Turkey’s Erdogan is a classic example

Ø The pearl-clutching betters of the ruling class are aghast at Trump’s BluntSpeak

Ø But jihadist Erdogan ‘gets the message’ and asks for mediation

 

Americans can’t wait to re-elect President Trump

 

Rep. Elijah Cummings, RIP

Remembering Rep Elijah Cummings honestly…

 

On the one hand

        He was a partisan Democrat; elected representatives SHOULD advocate for what they believe got them elected AND how they see the world

        Privately befriending House colleagues ‘on the other side’ is a good thing

        He epitomized dedication and hard work for his district

On the other hand

        Cummings was brazenly dishonest about his Involvement in IRS targeting of conservatives, especially True the Vote

        Over-the-top attacks on President Trump, based on false narratives, remain indefensible.

 

Biden’s Baffling Mendacity

Traffic accident in December 1972 that claimed the lives of Biden’s first wife and daughter, and injured his two young sons, was horrifically sad and deserving of great sympathy

But the facts established at the time were/are:

        Biden’s wife was at fault – she had a stop sign and the other driver did not

        The other driver was sober; immediately took life-saving steps to help the Biden family

        The other driver suffered depression annually around the anniversary of the accident

YET JOE BIDEN HAS MADE THIS INCIDENT INTO A STUMP-SPEECH ITEM

TO DENOUNCE THE DRUNK DRIVING THAT SO DEVASTATED HIS FAMILY

BIO-LYING FOR POLITICAL GAIN IS CREEPY & A REFLECTION ON CHARACTER

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