PDJT: resilience, hope and a future

En Garde in the bunker…

PDJT resilience, hope and a future … Let’s not forget that on average some 7500 people die in the US every single day of the year from various causes. Call me the skeptic if you will but look for anti-PDJT trolls to attempt adding some of these every-day ‘normal’ deaths to the Coronavirus death count when their numbers don’t start coming in as high as ‘expected’. After all ‘O what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive’ (thanks to Sir Walter Scott).

Truth is, the pandemic plague is akin to global warming, both of which are constructs of the crazed political left. Both have a kernel of fact used to drive a leftist ideology, and both are overblown hype by the leftist media that seeks to ‘never let a good crisis go to waste’.

As a point of interest in the life and character of the modern-day PDJT, his family during the years he was growing up, worshiped at the pulpit of Norman Vincent Peale’s church known as The Marble Collegiate Church in Manhattan, to which the president has alluded in various interviews and writings, as in: “What he would do is he would bring real-life situations, modern day situations into the sermon. And you could listen to him all day long. When you left the church, you were disappointed that it was over.”

President Trump the man of the hour…

It seems clear to yours truly, that our president was very much tutored by the eloquence of Norman Vincent Peal and his ‘Power of Positive Thinking’, and even during my own higher education in England, Peal’s sermons and teachings weren’t lost on some of us:

* Formulate and stamp indelibly on your mind a mental picture of yourself as succeeding. Hold this picture tenaciously. Never permit it to fade. Your mind will seek to develop the picture. Do not build up obstacles in your imagination. /  * Any fact facing us, however difficult, even seemingly hopeless, is not so important as our attitude toward that fact. A confident and optimistic thought pattern can modify or overcome the fact altogether.

One of my own favorites: “Prayer is not simply about saying something to God. It is also about saying something to ourselves. It tells us of who we are and what we are called to do. It gives God an opening into our hearts and minds so God can help use our gifts. It reminds us that God has our back”.

The hope for most of We the (63 million) People began when witnessing the slow glide of PDJT and Melania down the Trump Tower escalator. And it continues and improves through every day of battle that he is in office.

Sundance, Conservative Treehouse: ‘President Trump: I want to give people hope’…

Yesterday during the white house briefing on the status of the coronavirus, CNN asked President Trump why he wasn’t being more dramatic and emphasizing the potential downsides to the COVID-19 impact on the nation.  President Trump responded:

[Hat Tip Carpe Donktum for the video recap]

One of the many things that makes President Trump valuable during this crisis is his non-political authenticity. We can see and feel President Trump’s desire to get through this challenge, hold our people together, and exit even stronger than before.

No decisions are easy and the pressure is enormous; yet inherently most Americans know what President Trump is trying to do is deliver the best possible outcome for our nation.

Then there’s this, reader Alice Willis with a timely reminder from exactly one year ago today, April 1 2019, simply click on pic… ‘When in the course of human events…’

And on that note, time for today’s MAGA Pill – PDJT – MAGA! KAG!


Sundance, Conservative Treehouse: President Trump: I want to give people hope

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