Donald Trump issues a final message for the American people

President Trump has been a historic success in so many ways. He reinvigorated American industry, brought troops home from foreign wars, defended the American taxpayer, spearheaded a historic push for a coronavirus vaccine, and driven the media insane with rage and hatred.

Now, his presidency is nearing its end, and for the first time, Trump has committed to a peaceful transfer of power. He’ll be leaving the White House on January 20th.

No one, including Trump himself, expected what happened at the Capitol Building this week. As reported by Brietbart he said:

“The demonstrators who infiltrated the capitol have defiled the seat of American democracy,” Trump said. “To those who engage in the acts of violence and destruction, you do not represent our country, and to those who broke the law, you will pay.”

Trump said that he was “outraged” by the lawlessness he witnessed, and he deployed the national guard “immediately” to help defend the building, despite reporting that he first resisted the idea.

“America is and must always be a nation of law and order,” Trump said, adding that although “emotions are high” after the election, “tempers must be cooled.”

These are words that make me proud to be a Trump supporter, and furious with the idiots and extremists that attacked our Capitol and ruined Trump’s last chance at a fair hearing. I’m also furious at the left and the media that refused to condemn far worse acts this summer during the Antifa riots.

It’s hard to be a conservative right now. It’s easy to feel discouraged and downhearted now that the finality of defeat is sinking in. But this defeat is a defeat in one battle only – the larger struggle is ongoing.

We may have a long two years ahead of us, but the path to making America great again starts here. Midterms will be here before we know it, and we’ll have plenty of chances to wipe the smirk off Pelosi’s face in a landslide red wave in 2022.

The Democrats are their own worst enemy. We saw the American people humble them in congressional races in 2020. We’ll see them completely humiliated in 2022 and 2024.

The movement Trump started will only get stronger in defeat, as a feckless Biden stumbles his way across the national stage. And should he make it to 2024, he’ll face a candidate of the people. It won’t be easy, but now is the time to begin winning again.