I wanted to go with my fellow #WomenForTrump to celebrate all the historic milestones for women due to President Trump:
- The first woman to run a successful presidential campaign, Kellyanne Conway. - More women elected to senior positions & cabinet posts than any president in history. - Lowest female unemployment rate in 18 years.
But I didn't want to get attacked by the “tolerant, inclusive, progressive” left. They verbally & physically assault anyone who thinks differently, even women. The biggest bullies I’ve ever encountered have been “feminists.” This was not a Women’s March. It was an anti-Trump March. Just take a look at their signs & listen to their chants. It has nothing to do with supporting & empowering women. It’s all about bashing men, especially Trump. Those women do NOT represent this woman! “Feminists” are marching with vulgar signs & wearing genitalia because why? They falsely believe that women are unequal? There are no rights women lost since President Trump was elected. There are no rights men have that women do not. We are all granted the same rights & freedoms regardless of gender in our great US of A. No, they refuse to acknowledge our equality. They just want to express their anger at the current administration. And in doing so, look like fools.
I am a woman. I am equal. I have equal rights. And I use my rights. I was apart of the 30 Million Woman March... On November 8th, 2016, we march into voting booths across the country & elected Donald J. Trump as President of the United States of America.
Hillary lost. Get over it already. Together let’s MAGA! #WomensMarch#WomensMarch2018#WomensRights#Feminists#Feminism#AntiTrump#Hillary#HillaryLost#GetOverIt#DealWithIt#Trump#PresidentTrump#TrumpInauguration#InaugurationDay
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Happy President Trump Inauguration Anniversary! I will never forget the feeling of this day. I still feel the same way I did when I wrote my original post. All that & more! See below... On Election Day, I made the statement that I'd never been more proud to be an American. However, Inauguration Day has surpassed even that. This is an entirely new emotion, an immense sense of patriotism. Trump's presidency has renewed my American pride which was so lost under Obama. For 8 years, the majority of my adult life, I was promised change & hope. Instead, I saw our country continuously suffer. The economy & division worsened. I worried & wondered how much more we could handle. For the duration of the Obama administration I followed Trump's political musings, just hoping that one day he would follow through. My wish came true & history was made. Trump came as a complete 180°. He offered opportunity, security, & unity. Americanism is what got him elected. He worked tirelessly & won fairly despite the negativity. Many unhappy Americans will now still look to President Trump to solve their problems, yet fight against his ideas, & then blame him. From Day 1, he has vowed to return our country to We The People. The only way to Make America Great Again is if WE make it greater together as Americans. Put your own pride aside & end your pity parties. When Obama took office I certainly didn't act the way I've seen so many of you acting now. And trust me, no one could dislike Trump more than I disliked Obama. Remove the hatred from your hearts, have an open mind, just love your country & your fellow Americans. We live in the greatest country on earth. Appreciate everything that truly means. Today is the first day of the next four years of our lives under President Trump. The inauguration was the culmination of all of my endless efforts & excitement. My hopes & dreams come true today. I hope you are all able to enjoy & benefit from that. The next 4 years will be the best 4 years... Hopefully 8!
Trump is my President.
Trump is your President.
Trump is our President!
What's the difference between Jan. 1 and Jan. 20? Not much! #NYE a year ago, a lip-syncher was exposed. A few years previous, a different lip-syncher turned up at #inaugurationday . My vote is to try some lip-sealing for a change.
January 20th is, of course, the day American presidents are inaugurated. The traditions attached to the ceremony have evolved over the years, so much so that our early Chief Executives probably wouldn't recognize it today. Find out more here: https://www.whitehousehistory.org/collections/presidential-inaugurations #federalistcoalition#fedco#unitedstates#politics#inaugurationday (Image: NPR)