Trump base Seems to be getting stronger since he left office.

Former president Donald J. Trump has gained not lost support and political clout since leaving office in January according to Politico reporter Tara Palmeri. Palmeri who went to Wyoming and spoke to locals said that there is a type of “crusade” being waged on behalf of the former president where Trump is becoming an iconic figure.

One such example is how representative Liz Cheney voted to unconstitutionally impeach the former president who no longer holds office. Which according to many legal scholars disqualifies the procedure altogether since a conviction in the senate according to the constitution “…extend no further than the removal from office.”

Palmeri went out of her way she says to try and find someone who would speak well of or defend rep. Cheney in the cowboy state and as Palmeri says, “I really could not!” Although she does say in the MSNBC interview her name recognition was synonyms with on word “threat.” Telling the story of how she said her name “Cheney” in a hardware store, and someone yelled out “a threat!”

The overwhelming consensus of Wyoming constituents seem to be echoing a sentiment felt and echoed by many Americans that votes like Cheney’s unconstitutionally cast against a former president and against the grain of most republicans does not represent “Wyoming.”

There does seem to be a disconnect between those in D.C. and what is perceived as truth around the country as well as places like Wyoming. Especially in the wake of a media cycle who bombarded the former president constantly many Americans feel there is a disparity in the way BLM/Antifa riots were treated calling them peaceful; compared to the way capitol riot was treated.

Many Americans are still hurting from the lockdowns that have wreaked havoc on businesses and jobs across this country. “I hate that they’re so distrustful, it feels like another world but that’s what’s going on out there and I’m really happy that I went out there and saw it because I think that there’s huge disconnect between Washington and the rest of the country.” Palmeri, said.

I believe this one single statement is the crux of the issue many Americans young and old alike believe the treatment of President Donald J. Trump was not only unfair but to many flat out bullying. Such treatment usually does not create the intended outcome it usually creates martyr status.

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Trump awoke in so many Americans a love for the country and deep seeded patriotism that pervaded his presidency. For many Americans it was refreshing to not see apologies for the diverse cultural values that make up the American landscape, but to see a president walking in such a Reagan-ness manner proclaiming proudly we are American, and we are proud! A president like that is not just adhering to an office, but to an ideology that the people are what truly matter. We saw this born out in the fact that he donated every single dollar of his presidential salary to charity and kept or worked towards keeping every single promise he made. The sheer fact of having the lowest African American unemployment in history due to the simple fact that he took the approach that he was the “peoples” president not Washington’s puppet.

Some could say his political clout is growing not just here in the USA but also worldwide because he tapped into a long-lost sentiment known as “we the people.” This type of sentiment is ideological, this type of sentiment is one that becomes a movement not just a passing political fad and this type of sentiment is what the American people deserve.

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3 Comments

  1. Kenneth Machart

    We knew once in a long time that we had a President who was really fighting on our behalf! Now we are back to secret daily screwings! Trump won! The election was clearly stolen

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  2. Suzanne Ferrell

    I don’t think there’s any question that “We the People” is idealogical, not a sentiment someone says in passing. I believe our founding fathers gave a great deal of thought and very deliberate in how they worded our founding documents. Those words and others were intended to unite us, and unite us they did. They put so much thought into it, the Constitution has only needed 27 amendments in over 230 years. The Bill of Rights were the first ten and were submitted all at once. Can you think of any other thing that has served this country as well? Our founding documents, We the People, and the grace of God are what has kept us united. God bless the United States of America.

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  3. Suzanne Ferrell

    I don’t think there’s any question that “We the People” is idealogical, not a sentiment someone says in passing. I believe our founding fathers gave a great deal of thought and very deliberate in how they worded our founding documents. Those words and others were intended to unite us, and unite us they did. They put so much thought into it, the Constitution has only needed 27 amendments in over 230 years. The Bill of Rights were the first ten and were submitted all at once. Can you think of any other thing that has served this country as well? I believe our founding documents, We the People, and the grace of God are what has kept us united. God bless the United States of America.

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