Bottom Line: I’m Still With Trump Because He Was With Me

Posted: January 11, 2021 by datechguy in Always look at the bright side of Trump, culture
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This looks so familar

I remember the day after the Billy Bush tape dropped when all started running away, people falling for the MSM meme, on that day I wrote a post titled: I double down and re-endorse Donald Trump for President of the United States.

Now as more facts come out and it looks more and more like a lot of what is being said about events in DC from the media is false and people seeking power and position are reacting to ingratiate themselves with the new administration and with the democrat/left/tech fascists’ who demand silence or else, contrary to all that America stand for but consistant with their Communist paymasters.

Thus the time has come one again to say it aloud:

I’m with Trump.

I’m with Trump because he was with me. He improved the economy, he fought for life, he fought for Israel, brought peace to the middle east, made us energy self sufficient and fought for what was right. Yeah he was loud and carried himself with braggadocio but he literally took the wish list of conservatives like myself that republicans have promised for decades and took it seriously doing his best to fill it. You have to go back to President James Knox Polk to find a President who has come close to doing all that he promised.

It’s also personal for me. I was and still am a Ted Cruz guy. I would support Cruz in a heartbeat for president. I came to Trump reluctantly as the only alternative to Clinton.

After 8 years of Obama from which I had fallen from a good high paying job with excellent benefits usually working from home on the day he was elected to a 3rd shift temp job with no benefits making less that half of what I was making before the election. I had very little to lose by voting Trump

After four years of Trump I’m still underemployed but I’m at a full time job with excellent benefits and while I’m only at 65% of the rate I was making when Obama was elected I’m trending up.

Meanwhile both my sons, one college educated one not have during the Trump years gotten good paying jobs with excellent benefits and even my wife pay situation has improved.

I’m not alone in this:

In fact, his presidency saw something extraordinary, even if it was all but invisible from the country’s globalized cities: the first egalitarian boom since well back into the twentieth century. In 2019, the last non-Covid year, he presided over an average 3.7 percent unemployment rate and 4.7 percent wage growth among the lowest quartile of earners. All income brackets increased their take. That had happened in the last three Obama years, too. The difference is that in the Obama part of the boom, the income of the top decile rose by 20 percent, with tiny gains for other groups. In the Trump economy, the distribution was different. Net worth of the top 10 percent rose only marginally, while that of all other groups vaulted ahead. In 2019, the share of overall earnings going to the bottom 90 percent of earners rose for the first time in a decade.

As Glenn Reynolds put it at the time “Democrats have a plan to fix that“.

That President Trump did this is remarkable. That he did this with all of DC all of Hollywood, all of Academia and all of media trying to destroy him makes it nothing short of incredible.

In short Donald Trump has earned my support and my loyalty & he’s going to get it.

Does that mean I’ll be supporting him in 2024? That depends. If there is a primary then I’ll see who is there and decide at that time. After all I was a Santorum man in 2012 but I went with Cruz, not because I didn’t like Santorum but because I thought Ted was a better choice. Cruz remains the only person who is guaranteed to get my support ahead of Trump if he runs anyone else I’ll have to judge at the time, but if President Trump is the GOP nominee I’ll have no problem supporting him and if the GOP nominates a Romney or a Romney lite and Trump goes 3rd party, then he’ll almost certainly get my support as well.

So I’m with Trump, I remain with Trump and if it means some people stop reading or some people have bad things to say about me or I face retaliation, so be it.

I expect nothing but trouble for this, both from individuals and from the incoming administration, in fact despite being a minor blogger with a small following I expect retaliation for expressing these views in public.

But I was born into an America where speech was still free and people were unafraid to speak their minds and I’m too old and too Christian to marry myself to a life of lies and fear.

You don’t have to be with Trump if you don’t want to. It’s a free country and as far as I’m concerned people have the right to be wrong, but as for me I’m with Trump

If you don’t like it, tough.

  1. Bill Heffner says:

    Make no mistake, the “people seeking power and position who are reacting to ingratiate themselves with the new administration” are doing so to protect themselves from the vengeance of the Visigoths. The side pronounced as winners in this electoral war have announced that they will punish and eradicate from public life anyone who continues to voice support of the losing side.

  2. papertiger says:

    Is win the right word for what they did?

    If you fill the tank and take off without paying the attendant, did you win a tank of gas?

  3. Pod Hamp says:

    I hope you have a plan to avoid de-platforming, because based on what I have seen in the last few days it could come quickly and with little warning. When they are done going after the biggest fish, she will start moving down to smaller ones. And I happen to like coming hear and reading and commenting.

  4. Brenda Staten says:

    Every word you wrote is spot on. I’m with Trump too! I’m always amazed when people are asked, “Why do you hate Trump?”, the answer is inevitably, “He’s racist.” When pressured to give examples, they can’t…and then call you a racist. Yeah, Trump is a bit rough around the edges and has a tendency to brag. However, he is a businessman, not a Politician. He’s not part of the “Good ol’ boy” club, and that’s one of the things I like about him.
    I’m a 61 yr. old Grandmother of 7. I voted for the first time in many years, and I feel like I got ripped off! I’m not giving up tho. I didn’t vote for a personality. I voted for the person who were for the things I believe in. Like, not killing babies up to the minute they’re born. Fighting Human Trafficking. All the things Trump represents. And he believes in the Constitution!
    And, like you, I’m a Ted Cruz fan. I think he would make a fantastic President. And boy, can he zing someone who says something stupid with just a few words!
    So, I’m with Trump, I like Ted Cruz, and frankly, at this age, I really don’t care what people think about me.
    One last thing, I’m glad I read this blog and am now a fan of DaTechGuy!
    I hope I don’t offend you by saying God Bless You.

  5. Brenda Staten says:

    Thank you! I will certainly look up your radio show as well as your book.