Americans Are Feeling Successes That Haven’t Been Felt In the Past 2 Decades! The More the Democrats, MSM, RINOs, Globalists, Leftists etc. Push the Stronger Our Resolve…..

For those that are worried about what the House Democrats are about to do to our President and his circle of family and friends, don’t be. Americans of all colors are winning for the first time in decades. None of that would have been possible if it weren’t for PDJT and his agenda.

As they watch what the Democrats, MSM, RINOs, Globalists, Leftists etc. go after our President for winning an election that saw over 63+ million vote for him, their Cold Anger continues to build. At some point in time, we will get our revenge.

From the article linked above:

Despite former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen’s much-ballyhooed testimony before Congress last week and congressional Democrats’ big investigative push against the president, voters don’t see impeachment in the cards. 

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 44% of Likely U.S. Voters think it is likely that investigations by congressional Democrats will produce evidence that leads to the impeachment of President Trump, but 53% consider that unlikely. This includes 24% who say the Democrats are Very Likely to find evidence that leads to impeachment and 29% who say it’s Not At All Likely.

Once the Mueller report is given to AG Barr and nothing is shown, those percentages from the poll above will shift dramatically in our President’s favor. Americans will be incensed that the Democrats and MSM are still pushing their investigations.

The Democrats and MSM are hoping that these investigations will allow them to peel our President’s base from him.

Good luck with that BS!

They will see the Witch Hunt for what it is. Getting back at the Deplorables that dared to take HRC’s presidency away from her.

The polling for our President continues to rise with all this garbage being thrown at him.

From the article linked above:

President Trump‘s approval rating on the economy has reached a new high, according to a Gallup poll published Tuesday.

The poll showed that 56 percent of adults in the U.S. approve of Trump’s handling of the economy, the best mark of Trump’s presidency and the highest approval rating for Trump on any of the 14 issues in the poll.

The poll also found that a majority of voters approve of Trump’s handling of unemployment and of the situation with North Korea, with 54 percent approving of Trump’s job with unemployment and 51 percent approving on North Korea.

From the article linked above:


“We as candidates, or as members of Congress, can’t go coastal on people. Where we as Democrats have struggled is when there have been more of these coastal-type ideas that do not resonate in towns of 1,000 people,” said Rep. Cheri Bustos (D), who represents an Illinois district that borders Finkenauer’s.

For generations, the battle for the blue-collars was centered on the Ohio River Valley, stretching from Pennsylvania to Missouri’s border with Kentucky.

Where Democrats once held a majority of the 17 congressional districts along the Ohio River, today they hold just two, in Pittsburgh and Louisville, Ky.

They will gravitate to our President who is proving to them that his policies are helping the Forgotten Men and Women.

The Economic Data speaks for itself!

From the article linked above:

The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) Non-Manufacturing Index (NMI) found U.S. service sector growth in February was stronger than expected.

The consensus forecast was 57.2 ranging from a low of 56.0 to a high of 58.0. The NMI came in at 59.7%, indicating solid and stronger than anticipated sector growth.

The Non-Manufacturing Business Activity Index increased to 64.7%, which is 5 points higher than the reading of 59.7% in January. That suggests growth for the 115th consecutive month, at a faster rate in February.

“According to the NMI, all 18 non-manufacturing industries reported growth,” Anthony Nieves, Chair of the ISM Non-Manufacturing Business Survey Committee, said. “The non-manufacturing sector’s growth rate rebounded in February after cooling off in January.”

From the article linked above:

New home sales gained 3.7% to 621,000 units in December after a surge in November, easily beating the consensus forecast.

The consensus forecast was looking for 590,000 units, ranging from a low of 550,000 to a high of 649,000. New home sales by region were as follows: Northeast (+44.8%); Midwest (-15.3%); South (+5.0%); and West (+1.4%).

While the year-over-year still showed weakness, the notoriously volatile report was very strong in both November and December. Not only did sales bounce back solidly, but sellers were getting asking prices.

The median home price rose 5.0% to $318,600. Homes priced at $399,999 and less accounted for 67% of total homes sold in December versus 72% in November.

The inventory of new homes for sale fell to a 6.6-month’s supply at the current sales pace in December, down from 6.7 months in November.

Annual weakness aside, the latest month is always the most important and the final two months are beginning to comport with builder confidence and other housing market data.

Never forget that MONEY TALKS AND BS WALKS!

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