Supporting President Trump

“Donald Trump gets it: he's the genuine article. He's a doer in a game usually reserved for talkers. And when Donald Trump does his talking, he doesn't tiptoe around the thousand new rules of political correctness. “

Vice President Mike Pence

President Trump

Like many of you, I wasn’t sure what to make of Donald Trump when he announced his run for the Presidency five years ago. Although pundits had been asking if he’d run as far back as the 80s, there was a lot about his platform and his style that seemed too far different from business as normal.

But now we know better: we can’t afford business as normal anymore.

We live in a world more unstable than it has been at any time in my life. As COVID has shown us, the Chinese government cannot be trusted. The President was right all along to want to take American businesses out of China and bring them home, and he needs the full backing of the American people and Congress to make sure we’re prepared for the next COVID-type crisis. Our country cannot continue as divided as it is. We need to rally around the President to lead us into the next decade.

As we have watched the Democrats attempt their impeachment coup, we are reminded how important it is that our President win re-election, enjoy the support of a Republican House, and continue the fight to drain the Washington swamp. With your support and vote, I will go to Washington and support President Trump in his fight to secure our borders, grow our economy, modernize our military, support our law enforcement, and expose and drain the DC swamp.

Among the many endorsements my campaign for Congress has received, the ones I’m most proud of came from the President’s economic adviser Stephen Moore and from former Rep. Mark Meadows, who is now the White House Chief of Staff. The President also endorsed me to be a delegate for him to the Republican National Convention this summer.

The future is too uncertain to trust to weak leadership. We need President Trump in the White House.

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