The political universe in America has been turned inside out, upside down.
Yesterday morning, I spoke with my beloved stepmother, a senior citizen in Florida who voted for Trump.
“But I keep my mouth shut because I don’t want to argue with people,” she said. “They’re all for that woman.”
I wondered how many citizens were shy Trump supporters.
The answer: Millions.
For the longest time we’ve been hearing about Obama’s legacy.
Well, the American people were so disgusted by the Obama legacy—ObamaCare, the capitulation to Iran, the pen and the phone, and the deplorable mainstream media—that we elected a political novice to be the next president of the United States.
In short, Obama’s legacy is President Donald Trump.
Republicans are also in control of the Senate and the House. This too is a direct result of Obama’s grim eight years of executive overreach.
And perhaps most important, the Supreme Court is saved from a leftward lurch which would have thrust America into an abyss of authoriatarianism.
In addition, Trump gets to make 99 judicial appointees. The courts will be rescued from Democrat-Socialism.
And Trump will rebuild our military.
On a side note, and this is deeply meaningful to Torah Jews (and we hope to our Christian friends) it should be noted that President Trump’s daughter Ivanka is a Ger Tzedek, a righteous convert to Judaism, who observes the Sabbath and eats a kosher diet. Her husband, Jared Kushner, has deep ties to the Orthodox Jewish community. Further, the Trump organization employs several Torah Jews in upper management. Karen and I had a meeting with one of these men just a few months ago. Thus we can expect a White House that will be—in contrast to Obama’s relentless Jew/Israel hatred—exceptionally friendly to Israel, to the worldwide Jewish community, and to those of faith in general.
Friends in Israel are ecstatic.
May God bless Donald Trump, Mike Pence, and the United States of America.