Every Once In A While A Speech Is So Effective & Powerful It Changes The Trajectory Of History

Newt Gingrich wrote the article below the other day. It is an incredible read.

From the article linked above:

Every once in a while a speech is so effective and powerful it changes the trajectory of history.

President Trump’s 2019 State of the Union address was that kind of speech.

The emotions of last night matched anything President Ronald Reagan achieved in his addresses to Congress. From the early mentions of people in the gallery – which were guaranteed to get even the Democrats to stand and applaud – to spontaneously singing Happy Birthday to a Holocaust and 2018 synagogue shooting survivor to chanting “USA! USA!,” the total performance and interaction with the members of Congress was vastly more powerful than the words on paper.

I knew the speech would become historic when, even before it ended, I saw a tweet from Jerry Falwell Jr. proclaiming, “Best State of the Union speech in my lifetime delivered by the best @POTUS since George Washington and it’s not even over yet! God bless @realDonaldTrump!”

Newt goes on to talk about the polling data that came out of the CBS/YouGov Poll soon thereafter.

This Rasmussen Poll is very telling on who those polled think will stop bipartisanship between Congress and the President.

From the article linked above:

Despite President Trump’s call for unity in this week’s State of the Union address, most voters don’t expect Democrats in Congress to respond and blame partisan politics for the gridlock.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that only 33% of Likely U.S. Voters think the president and Democrats in Congress will be able to work together on at least some basic issues, and that includes just eight percent (8%) who say it’s Very Likely. Sixty-four percent (64%) consider compromise between the two sides to be unlikely, with 19% who say it’s Not At All Likely.

The GREATEST gift in the world yesterday was the Green New Deal proposed by AOC and Senator Ed Markey from Massachusetts. All four RADICAL Presidential hopefuls all completely endorsed it.

From the article linked above:

The Republican Party has a secret weapon for 2020. It’s especially effective because it’s stealthy: The Democrats seem oblivious to its power. And the GOP needn’t lift a finger for it to work. All Republicans have to do is sit back and watch 29-year-old Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez . . . exist.

AOC, as she’s better known, today exists largely in front of the cameras. In a few months she’s gone from an unknown New York bartender to the democratic socialist darling of the left and its media hordes. Her megaphone is so loud…

The MSM are tripping over themselves to put her on the air not realizing the ramifications for doing so.

As Venezuela continues to implode and their people are eating their pets to try and make it to tomorrow, the Democrats are on TV speaking about what Socialism means and why our President is wrong for attacking it.

47 million Americans watched our President’s SOTU on Tuesday night. They see what the Democrats are pushing all this week. Those poll numbers above are going to be cemented in stone.

From the article linked above:

The Democrats are already on the defensive in the 2020 presidential election—even though they don’t have a candidate yet.

In his State of the Union speech, President Trump pressed an attack we’re likely to hear a lot more of as the 2020 race intensifies. “We are alarmed by new calls to adopt socialism in our country,” Trump said. “We renew our resolve that America will never be a socialist country.”

Trump didn’t accuse Democrats of socialist sympathies by name, but that’s clearly what he had in mind. And his attacks are likely to become more barbed when not bound by the niceties required of a prime-time address to Congress.

I absolutely agree with this tweet.


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