BREAKING: Trump says ahead of midterms that he may send 15,000 troops to U.S.-Mexico border. – Washington Post
You are probably wondering why a man with such expansive vision is limiting himself to 15,000 soldiers. Why not 100,000 soldiers or even more to prevent this imminent invasion? Surely the 13,000 Border Patrol officers and 2,100 national guard troops already at the border are woefully insufficient to cope with a horde of “criminals and unknown Middle Easterners.” There is no doubt that unscrupulous Democrats were behind the caravan, and even paid migrants to come to the United States. Closing the border to all immigrants is the least he can do in order to keep us safe.
President Trump wisely said the midterms will be “an election of the caravan,” but we know his vision extends to other matters. We learned even before he was elected that “thousands and thousands” of Muslims in Jersey City cheered the fall of the twin towers on 9/11. Earlier yet as real estate mogul he lavished our state with four casinos with a promise that within “a decade, Atlantic City is going to shock and surprise a lot of people.” Indeed it did.
We were cheered by the news and felt he was off to a great start when we learned that he had attracted “the largest audience ever to witness an inauguration” in person and in the world. Afterward we were honored and delighted he decided to spend parts of his summers in our state. No wonder so many of our NJ Republican legislators believe he will “Make America Great Again.” Indeed, we are pleased that Republican senatorial candidate Bob Hugin was a convention delegate for Trump, donated to his campaign in 2016, and in a state overridden by Democrats has supported some of Trump’s positions outright.
We wonder at his even-handed approach. When announcing his run for office he explained that Mexican are “bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.” After Charlottesville he told us, “You had some very bad people in that group, but you also had people that were very fine people, on both sides.”
We marvel at his empathy. In his visit to Puerto Rico he so much wanted to help that he threw paper towels into the crowd and surely he rapidly brought P.R. back to normal. His rush to Pittsburgh after the synagogue massacre must have been welcome to all its residents. Certainly after the pipe bomb scare he must have sent sympathy letters and phone calls to those afflicted.
We must commend him for his desire to help the middle class. On October 23 he promised Congress is about to cut taxes by 10% for the middle class. “It’s going to be put in next week,” he said. Undoubtedly Congress is already hard at work to implement this plan. In 2017 he told us his “Tax Reform” law, so valiantly supported by our Rep. Tom MacArthur (CD 3), will be “a gift for the middle class.” Undoubtedly New Jerseyans are delighted with the large increase in their paycheck and ecstatic about the SALT provision.
One could go on and on about his policies toward the preserving our environment, his determination to bring us better health care, his wise dealings with the foreign leaders of Russia, Saudi Arabia, and North Korea, his appropriate approach to Mueller’s investigation, his brilliant appointments to the Supreme Court, and much more – all verified for us on the Fox network.
The multitude cheer our leader