Pres. Trump renominated as RNC offers vision of hope, optimism for USA

The radically left Arizona Republic newspaper headlined its Page One coverage: “Trump and GOP cast dark warnings.”

At a scaled-down 2020 convention kickoff held in the omnipresent shadow of the Coronavirus, the mood remained upbeat for supporters of President Trump. Speakers on behalf of the president gave moving speeches, including former Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley; Andrew Pollack, an impassioned school safety advocate whose daughter, Meadow, was among 17 murdered at her Florida high school; and former pro football player Herschel Walker, a decades-long friend of the president.

Rather than the nearly 2,500 regular delegates, only 336 delegates — six from each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories — have been invited to cast proxy votes at the Charlotte Convention Center. But social distancing, masks and rigorous safety measures didn‘t dampen the enthusiasm of either the delegates or the featured speakers.

First Lady Melania Trump will speak today from the White House Rose Garden. Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence will give his address from historic Fort McHenry in Baltimore, where in 1814, Francis Scott Key was inspired to write the words to what became our national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

Many others will address the national audience today, including Arizonan Mary Ann Mendoza who lost her Mesa police officer son, Brandon, in a crash with an illegal alien, wrong-way drunk driver, with a long criminal history. Following the tragedy, she wrote a letter to then-President Barack Obama requesting that illegal aliens not be allowed to register vehicles. That same week, agenda-driven, saboteur Obama requested $3.7 billion for illegal invaders. Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden, endorsed by Obama, has been exhibiting disturbing cognitive difficulties, making him an obedient follower.

President Donald Trump will deliver his acceptance speech on Thursday from the White House South Lawn.

There are numerous options available to watch the historic event, including C-SPAN which carries Day 2, Aug. 25 HERE.

5 Responses to Pres. Trump renominated as RNC offers vision of hope, optimism for USA

  1. Frankly Speaking says:

    During the Dem convention last week, former Pres. Barack Obama thought it appropriate to mock Pres. Donald Trump, who is a far better national leader than Obama could have hoped to be.

    Who can forget when BHO went on his appalling world wide “apology tour” after being elected, bowing to dictators and tyrants while apologizing for America’s successes.

  2. Clementine says:

    I find it impossible to even mention the president’s name without having otherwise rational people jump down my throat and actually hurl threats at me. What do they fear? Prior to the pandemic invading our lives, we had the best economy this nation has ever seen, thanks to businessman Donald Trump. He’s made excellent appointments to the federal courts and has strengthened our international presence. I couldn’t be more proud of having this fine man in office. Dems are poised to vote for Dementia Joe, who would never be able to serve a full term, IF (I pray not) he was ever elected.

  3. jake sez says:

    I really enjoyed the RNC. Normally I do not listen to politicians speak as they are too long and only speak about how good they are and how bad everyone else is. They also love to tell you how much they can give you by taxing someone else. This series of small speeches of more normal people was refreshing and kept my attention. Give me more of this and less of the hour long self-aggrandizing speech to which we are usually are subjected.

  4. Sam says:

    The best presentation last evening which was made by invited guest Maximo Alverez, who escaped Cuba as a young man. He is now a Very Successful businessman.

    Mr. Alverez talked about his father, who had flee from Communism twice—once from Spain and then from Cuba.

    A quote from Mr. Alverez, last night:
    . . .”This is the greatest country in the world.
    If I gave away everything I have today, it would not equal 1% of what I was given when I came to this country—-the gift of freedom.”

    “It’s up to us to decide our fate and choose freedom over oppression. . . ”

    NFL Legend and savvy businessman Herschel Walker delivered a heartfelt speech. Most folks did not know that Walker and President Trump have had a friendship that spans 37 years. He knows DJT very well.

    Then there was the very polished delivery from the young cancer survivor, Natalie Harp, who said that she is alive today because President Trump signed the “Right to Try” E.O. Because of that, she gained access to cancer treatment that would have otherwise not been available to her.

    Please Do NOT get sucked in by Trikki Nikki Haley.

    Do you not remember what she did in 2016?

    Worth remembering that Nikki Haley delivered the 2016 SOU rebuttal, assigned by the professional party apparatus, where she attacked candidate Donald Trump in an ill-fated effort to derail his candidacy.

    She’s in it for herself. She was banking on a Rubio/Haley ticket or Romney/Haley ticket, and is still a big part of the Uniparty.

    Someone said this about Trikki Nikki:

    ‘Remember when restaurants used to place a piece of parsley on your plate as garnish? We never knew what to do with it, but it was always there. Nikki Haley is THAT parsley’

    And don’t forget that, very recently, she was all-in for Bubba Wallace of NASCAR fame when he WRONGLY claimed that a person or persons had placed a noose in the garage bay assigned to him.

    A full compliment of FBI agents then descended upon the raceway and found that these ropes, tied with a specific type of knot, were in ALL of the garage bays, and had been in previous years. Photographic proof was extensive in regard to this.
    However, to this day, Bubba Wallace, who chooses to identify as black, still claims that it was a noose.

    The smart and lovely Governor of South Dakota, Kristi Noem speaks at the RNC on Wednesday. A better pick than Nik.