RNC Night 3: Pres. Trump acclaimed by powerful, diverse speakers

Wednesday night’s theme “Land of Opportunity,” couldn’t have been more fitting. The opening prayer was offered by Rabbi Aryeh Spero, a dedicated supporter of Pres. Donald J. Trump.

Vice President Mike Pence, Second Lady Karen Pence, Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA), South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX), Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY), former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell, Kellyanne Conway, Keith Kellogg, Jack Brewer, Madison Cawthorn, Scott Dane, Clarence Henderson, Ryan Holets, Michael McHale, Burgess Owens, and Lara Trump all spoke fervently in support of the president.

The impressive list of speakers included numerous women, including one who was unknown and another we are accustomed to seeing at press conferences, who stunned with her personal story.

Sister Dede Byrne, is a surgeon, who served as a Colonel in the U.S. Army Medical Corps and ultimately as a nun with Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts, all the while providing medical care. Her appearance at the GOP Convention on behalf of pro-life President Trump, added a compelling dimension to the list of speakers that included political and sports leaders.

We know Kayleigh McEnany as the White House press secretary and Harvard Law School graduate, but didn’t expect the personal story she shared.

Juxtapose the insights and profound commitment these distinct voices bring in their support for Pres. Donald Trump’s reelection against the fact that Joe Biden, first elected in 1970, has accomplished nothing other than advocating for bigger government, higher taxes, echoing the BLM mantra of defunding the police and less freedom. Biden, who often appears incoherent, remains silent on the rioters, looters, arsonists and murderers destroying lives and American cities. He has repeatedly offended black Americans, most recently with his noxiously insulting statement, “If you vote for Trump,you ain’t black.” Georgia State Rep. Vernon Jones, a black, lifelong Democrat, speaking in support of Pres. Trump, disagrees with Biden.

Arizonans Republicans are all too familiar with political duplicity, and pay it little heed. Jeff Flake, a single-term U.S. Senator came out against Pres. Trump and saw his own approval numbers plummet to 18%, causing him to abandon his reelection campaign. The aptly named Flake, hungry for attention, has no constituency other than his own flakey has-been echo chamber, as detailed in this Daily Caller article.

Businessman Donald Trump ran for the presidency and was elected over a career politician in 2016. With our help, he’ll do it again.


9 Responses to RNC Night 3: Pres. Trump acclaimed by powerful, diverse speakers

  1. Trevor says:

    Marsha Blackburn is a massive improvement over Bob Corker who sided with John McCain and Jeff Flake on the Gang of 8 Amnesty. Though Alexander’s successor Hagerty gives me pause because he is best friends with Romney and was on the board of Pro BLM groups and on the board of Houghton Miffin a pro common core textbook company.

  2. Patriot Mom says:

    I watched every minute of the RNC event last night, and couldn’t have been more proud! Donald Trump brings people together in a way I’ve never previously seen. All of the speakers were positive and gave intimate insights into their reasons for supporting the president. Dems are steeped in negatively. I tried to watch their convention (the opening bits each evening) and was so disgusted by the tone, I had to change channels.

  3. East Valley Conservative says:

    The McCain clone Flake has only been popular with the guy he sees in the mirror. He barely won his single senate term by only 3 points over Dr. Richard Carmona, the former U.S. Surgeon General who was appointed by Pres. George W. Bush.

    I will always regret not voting for Carmona, who had been politically unaffiliated until he was recruited by the Dems. We should have beat them to the punch. He certainly was far more accomplished and intelligent than Flake.

    • Trevor says:

      Romney outperformed Flake by a big margin too. If Romney won Arizona by like 3 points Carmona would’ve become a Senator. Clearly shows Flake had major problems with GOP voters.

  4. Ellsworth says:

    Sens. McCain and Kyl went to the mat, cutting numerous political commercials to get the open borders radical pretending to be a conservative Flake elected and even then he just squeaked in. When he was in the US House, he continually partnered with demoncrat ideologue Luis Gutierrez on amnesty bills. He was their ideal amnesty for illegals tool. Not too bright and loving the spotlight. Kyl was retiring and McCain could lead Flake around like a pig with a ring through his snout.

  5. Sam says:

    Hope you paid close attention to Ric Grenell’s speech last night.
    The tip of the iceberg. . .
    He knows it all. And so does President Trump.

    Ric Grenell: “. . . As Acting Director of National Intelligence, I saw the Democrats’ entire case for Russian collusion.

    And what I saw made me sick to my stomach.

    The Obama-Biden Administration secretly launched a surveillance operation on the Trump campaign, and silenced the many brave intelligence officials who spoke up against it.

    They presented bogus information as facts.

    They lied to judges.

    Then they classified anything that undermined their case,”
    “And after Donald Trump won the election, when they should have continued the American tradition of helping the president-elect transition into the White House, they tried instead to undercut him even more.

    Former Vice President Joe Biden asked intelligence officials to uncover the hidden information on President Trump’s incoming National Security Advisor three weeks before the Inauguration.” . . .

    Pelosi, today, saying that there should be NO debates between Trump and Biden.

    Kamala, NOT Uncle Joe, will give a “rebuttal” to President Trump’s acceptance speech tonight.

    Can you believe that the Dem(on) Gov of Louisiana, in a press conference regarding the hurricane, actually told citizens of LA that Corona virus guidelines would Continue to Be Imposed, meaning wear your mask and continue to social distance.




    A plane has five passengers on board: Donald Trump, a Pastor, Dr Anthony Fauci, Nancy Pelosi, and a ten year old school girl. The plane is about to crash and there are only four parachutes.

    Dr Fauci said, “I need one, I have to help develop a cure for the global health crisis that is COVID-19!” He straps on a parachute and jumps.

    The Pastor says, “I need one, I have to help spiritually guide people through the global health crisis that is COVID-19!” He takes one and he and jumps.

    Pelosi says, “I need one, I’m the smartest woman in the United States.” She takes one and jumps.

    President Trump pauses for a moment and then turns to the 10-year-old. After a deep sigh, he says tenderly, “You can have the last parachute. I’ve lived my life, yours is only starting.”

    The child replies, “Don’t worry, there are two parachutes left. The smartest woman in the United States took my school backpack.”

    —————Feel free to pass it on.

  6. Kimball says:

    Jeff Flake is a pathetic, and now inconsequential, jerk. His own relatives in his birthplace of Snowfake Arizona, named for his great grandfathers, refused to vote for him

  7. Strom says:

    The Republicans who have gone over to Biden are being played for fools. They will never have a say in anything if the Dems take control.

    • KJinAZ says:

      The Republicans who are supporting Biden are all RINOs. That’s the problem with most of the GOP now. They are not conservatives at all, and many are even former Democrats.

      In thinking about this issue I believe that the biggest demise to both parties happened somewhere in the 80’s when both parties stopped announcing party platform’s. In day’s of old the parties used to define the platform on which candidates had to conform. When this stopped the historical definition of the parties ended. This allowed any candidate to make up their own platform.

      Reagan was actually the one who pushed this movement with his “Big Tent” idea, and both parties adopted it. This allowed the candidates to redefine the parties, and without a cohesive platform the candidates could go in any direction they wanted.

      This has now brought us to the point that now the GOP as a base can’t support most true conservatives ideas. Without any true conservative base we’re now stuck with promoting various forms of progressive ideas. Progressive is the OPPOSITE of Conservative, and it leads to the destruction of what makes our country great. FREEDOM.

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