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Trump Is Right On Every Single Issue.

Updated on December 9, 2015

Do Americans want to defeat ISIS?

Trump NEVER attacked a "religion"; he attacked Muslims coming into the country with nefarious plans to harm America and Americans.

So, what is the fury that the mainstream media raising with what Trump is doing to keep America safe?

He raised the red flag in light of the Bernardino shootings that killed 14 innocent Americans, and injured several. Was that the wrong thing to do? Many didn't think so. The National security of the U.S. was the prime item on the list of every candidate running for the 2016 presidential election; and ISIS was the greatest threat facing the country, (and not CLIMATE CHANGE), and that was what Trump would concentrate on, to assure his supporters that they would choose a leader of strong caliber, if they voted for him to win the nomination of his party.

Marco Rubio, the presidential candidate, rattles and rattles without saying anything substantial; and is that what the GOP establishment wants for America? He, Rubio, was quoting the U.S. Constitution and the freedom of religion, and so on and so forth, but was not the issue. Muslims were of the Islamic religion, but that (religion) was what the terrorists were basing their actions on; and if those actions have to be stopped, people of that "sect" should all be placed under suspicion, until the Intelligence Agencies were certain that there were no hidden attacks in the offing.

Trump NEVER attacked Mexicans; he attacked illegal Mexicans, who would cross the Southern border to commit crimes. Many of the Republican candidates talk about "securing" the border, but they only pay lip service to the idea. Trump has been the only one saying that he would build a wall to prevent illegal entry and terrorists from coming in.

That was (and is) the solution that 90% Americans wanted. Yet the mainstream media was creating a "hysteria" about every word coming out of Trump's mouth. However, somehow, he was still the front-runner of the field of Republican Party candidates of about 14, and he has occupied that position for several months. Didn't that alone say something about him?

He was brash and rambunctious, of course, but he has been able to structure his presidential campaign on practicalities and common sense; and that was what his followers liked more about his person.

Are Americans really serious about defeating ISIS? Then they should be listening to Trump. Good grief. (owurakwasip).


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      Eric Dierker 2 years ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      Well done. Some would have us believe that the 30%+ of all Americans that favor him must be dim witted. Double digit lead on others. What is the media thinking as they keep calling him crazy. Is every 3rd neighbor of mine crazy too?