He’s back and ready to rock; at least, that’s what former President Donald Trump announced earlier this week.
Like many Americans, I watched Don’s speech. While some of the main highlights of the announcement were covered by nearly every major media outlet, I decided to focus on some tasty nibbles that didn’t get enough attention.
Trump’s quick one-liners added flavor to his speech, and it’s worth watching. He talked a lot on Tuesday, from the economy to the war in Ukraine; you name it, he hit it off.
But I’m not here to talk about that, it’s done, it’s Friday; let’s have more fun sliding into the weekend.
No, I’m here to talk about Mars, Star Wars, and mass executions of drug dealers.
— il Donaldo Trumpo (@PapiTrumpo) November 16, 2022
Many pundits wondered why Trump’s announcement this week came so far from the primary season, with Georgia’s Senate race still underway. I think it’s possible he’s timed it to my launch of the long-awaited Artemis. Hear me out.
Trump announced that if he was president again, one of the things he would do for the American people would be to plant an American flag on Mars, our red celestial neighbor.
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president trump Announce:
“We will push the boundaries of human knowledge and the horizons of human achievement. We will soon plant our beautiful flag on the surface of Mars.”
I give a hat tip to channeling one of the top 10 presidents I’ve ever had, he may not be as smooth as Kennedy, but I like the audacity of his goals.This particular commitment is not new; back in 2019, he Say At the 4th of July event:
“…we’ll be back on the moon soon, and we’ll be planting the American flag on Mars in the not-too-distant future.”
this might happen successful launch Artemis I on Wednesday. NASA’s original plan was to return to the moon in 2028, but Trump’s vice president, Mike Pence, told them to take it up a notch and do it by 2024.
Memories of a quieter time between two White House brothers.
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It’s been a busy few months, with experts warning that we could be closer to a nuclear catastrophe than at any point in history. The Ukraine war has pitted Russia and the United States into an epic nuclear showdown.
But don’t worry; Trump has a plan. Technically, he has another ex-president’s plan, just repackaged.
According to another of my Ronald Reagan playbooks of the 10 Greatest Presidents of All Time, President Trump promised to build a defensive shield to protect us from nuclear attack.
More specifically, he Say The shield will:
“…to protect our people from the unimaginable threat of nuclear weapons and hypersonic missiles, the United States must also build a state-of-the-art next-generation missile defense system — and we need it.”
Again, you have to give it to someone who insists on the message.It was another setback in 2019 when he freed His updated missile defense plan, yes, includes lasers:
“Our goal is simple. To ensure that we can detect and destroy any missile launched against the United States anytime, anywhere.”
We spend billions of taxpayer dollars buying weapons for other nations; why doesn’t it rain on newer Star Wars systems?
If President Trump were a robot from Star Wars, he’d be like R2D2, except better and made of 18-karat gold!
– Nick Adams (Alpha Male) (@NickAdamsinUSA) November 11, 2022
What’s good for them is good for us?
The fentanyl crisis worries me because worrying about fentanyl is cool. And the opioid epidemic in this country is something our government hasn’t yet dealt with.
These drugs have claimed countless American lives and destroyed families. Yet President Trump has taken the war on drugs to a new level, illustrate this week:
“We will demand that all people who deal drugs, who are caught dealing drugs, be sentenced to death for their heinous actions.”
That statement alone is enough to make me spit out my evening coffee. Still, the story behind the idea he came up with really fascinated me. We enjoyed his conversation with President Xi of China.
Asking President Xi if he had a drug problem in China, the Chinese leader said no because they have “speedy trials” and “at the end of the day, you’re executed”. Talk about a quick trial!
The best part is President Trump illustrate:
“That’s a horrible thing, but they don’t have a drug problem.”
It would be fun if it wasn’t a little scary for us Constitution fans. However, he does admit that we may not be ready for this kind of government repression:
“I don’t even know if the American public is ready.”
Yes, we should put a needle in that place.
President Trump is going to execute drug dealers, I just wonder if we can start with pedophiles?
– Candiss Taylor (@KandissTaylor) November 17, 2022
Aside from my personal political leanings as a political commentator, I’m glad Trump is on board again. Not that I don’t have good material to write every day, but sometimes repeated bashing of President Biden and Vice President Harris gets repetitive.
That tongue-in-cheek duo is always solid for some cringe-worthy word salads. But Donald Trump’s boldly utopian statements spiced up my week.
As a 20-year veteran of the Air Force, one of my favorite lines from a former president is when he boast:
“I’ve gone decades, decades, without a war, the first president to do so for such a long time.”
My husband and I both served and deployed in the 20-year war in Afghanistan and looked at each other in bewilderment as soon as he spoke the victor’s words. Don’t the rules of time and space apply to Donald Trump?
That’s all well and good, though; at least he knows which country he’s in; I can’t say the same for the current Commander-in-Chief.
Biden, speaking at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) summit, thanked the “Prime Minister of Colombia” for his “leadership as ASEAN chair.”
The rotating chair of ASEAN is the Prime Minister of Cambodia. pic.twitter.com/1vJDGP9ljI
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 12, 2022
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