On the day that Barack Obama was inaugurated as the President of the United States of America in 2009, I was asked this simple question: “So, what do you think about the first Black man being elected to the presidency?” I replied, “I am not impressed. It really does not matter what his ethnicity is. In my heart of hearts, I do not believe that he is a strong enough candidate to be a successful President of the United States.” My first impression of President Obama was that he was a puppet. I did not know who his puppet master was at the time; certainly, time always reveals the truth sooner or later.
I do remember watching pre-election news footage of Senator Obama and thinking to myself, how honest of a person could he be? I formed this opinion because of the company that he was keeping. He seemed to be paraded around and pushed onto a pedestal by the likes of Bill and Hillary Clinton, as well as George Bush, senior and Jr., and other politicians and elites of the Democratic Party. It appeared as if there was an underlying agenda of some sort.
I did not truly know much about Obama prior to his inauguration. There were some instances that had occurred pre-election in 2008 that were a bit concerning regarding Barack Obama, such as the situation regarding his birth certificate. I did get that “pit in the stomach feeling” when he was confirmed as the President of the United States of America. It just did not sit right with me.
There were other instances that took place, things that “the powers that be” have tried, and to this day still attempt, to keep out of the public eye. If you do some simple research on Barack Obama, you will find several public articles that overpraise his accomplishments and achievements while in office.
If you dig a little deeper and know what information to include in your query, then the not so shiny moments in his life and career begin to emerge.
The 2004 pre-election race for the Senate took a sharp turn in favor of Obama, when his opponent, Jack Ryan dropped out of the race over allegations of sexual misconduct during his campaign. Ryan was replaced with a different candidate, and Obama easily won the Senator seat of course.
History has shown us that people and other government leaders tend to take advantage of world leaders who are perceived to be weak.
Published researchers have found that non-citizens voted in the 2008 elections. Some agree that non-citizens tend to favor Democrats. It is believed that those votes may have been enough to impact the 2008 presidential election, in which Obama won over his opponent John McCain.
It is also alleged that illegal votes could have tipped North Carolina's 2008 presidential vote in favor of Barack Obama. Voter identification laws were identified as not effective in preventing voter fraud, according to the research. This scenario resembles the current situation regarding the 2020 presidential election that recently took place in the United States of America.
The above instances are just a few of the situations that Obama has been involved in, publicly. It does not appear that he handled these issues with tact, honesty, and/or transparency.
If a presidential candidate is labeled as untrustworthy and dishonest, then that is a major sign of weakness. History has shown us that people and other government leaders tend to take advantage of world leaders who are perceived to be weak.
Prior to the first presidential campaign, Barack Obama was not a household name. Americans in general had truly little knowledge of who he was, where he came from, what major accomplishments he had achieved, and what principles he stood for. The Democrats introduced Obama to the world and hoped that everyone would instantly accept him, because they said so.
I, for one, saw past the façade on day one. To this day, many other issues and alleged crimes are finding their way to the surface that involve Barack Obama.
During the time of Barack Obama’s presidency, I had never voted in a single political election. I had never been registered to vote as a citizen of the United States of America. I do not believe that I had enough confidence in any of the previous political candidates to give them my support as a voter.
As a single parent, I had the responsibility of raising my children on my own. The courts and child support service officials had deemed that it was not a prerequisite for the father of my children to pay child support while my children were residing in my single parent household. It was then that I realized I was not a victim. That I am a leader and not a follower. And that I am a strong woman. I was determined to take care of myself, and my children, without any assistance from the children’s father and/or the state.
Since the moment that I made that decision, it has not been uncommon for me to simultaneously work in three careers. In the past, I had always been so focused on making a living that I never paid much attention to the news, politics, or the elections process. All the while, a little voice in the back of my mind knew that what was going on in the political arena was not right. I knew that the hard-working American people were not being treated fairly. There were just too many poor people, too many mistreated veterans, and too much homelessness. It has always been difficult for me to understand why there is so much despair in the world while the elites appear to be getting richer by the day.
When Donald J. Trump announced to the world that he was running for the presidency of the United States of America, I knew extraordinarily little about Mr. Trump.
Prior to the announcement, I had watched a few news stories and read a few articles about Donald J. Trump. I had listened to many musicians praise Trump in their songs as the success story that they all wanted to emulate. Like many other Americans, I watched his reality TV show “The Apprentice.” That is when I was exposed to his business ethics and gained a glimpse of his family life. It seemed that the more the public embraced Donald J. Trump, the more opposition he received from the media. Note the fact that Mr. Trump had always appeared in the spotlight with politicians, government officials, musicians, actors, elites, and many others prior to his announcement of candidacy.
Prior to Trump’s bid for presidency, I was so wrapped up in my own life that I did not invest much thought into the whole pre-election process. I did begin to realize that the 2016 election process was unlike any of the previous elections that I had been accustomed to witnessing. The news coverage appeared to be more biased against Donald J. Trump. Social media outlets over-publicized a skewed election process. Against all odds, when Donald J. Trump was elected as the 45th President of the United States of America in 2016, the Democrats, along with Hillary Clinton, seemed to immediately lose their minds. I had never seen a political party and its voters act in this manner regarding any of the prior elections. It was very unsettling to watch. Many of the Democratic politicians openly boycotted the inauguration ceremony of President Donald Trump.
It has always been difficult for me to understand why there is so much despair in the world while the elites appear to be getting richer by the day.
Donald J. Trump’s Presidency
On day one of Trump’s presidency, the media news sources announced that impeachment proceedings were on the horizon. The Democrats, along with the then leader of the House, Nancy Pelosi, had decided that they were going to do whatever possible to get President Trump out of the White House. Hillary Clinton opposed the results of the election, as she vehemently proclaimed that Russian collusion had taken place during the election process. She felt cheated. It was claimed after the first impeachment of President Trump that the collusion story was, in fact, a hoax and therefore unfounded.
During the first year of Donald Trump’s presidency, friends and associates began to ask me, “What do you think of the Trump presidency?” Since I did not know much about Trump and his presidency, only the few, mainly negative, things that were being repeated about him by the media, the Democrats, and the opposition, I could only speak from what I was experiencing at the time. Every time I was asked about my views regarding President Trump, at the time, which happened on several occasions, I would state the following, “President Trump is the better of two evils. From the past stories and situations that I heard about Hillary Clinton, apparently, she has been involved in many unspeakable acts, and therefore there is no way she should be running our country.” I told everyone that they should work diligently to make as much money as possible and save as much as they can while President Trump is in office, because if the Democrats have their way and get control back, America will be in big trouble.
It became obvious over time that while Donald J. Trump was the President of the United States, my morale went up. My wages went up. The customers I dealt with were happier and tended to spend more money than they had in the past. I was happier, my family seemed happier, and my fellow employees appeared to be happier. The housing market was on its way upward. And I did not feel such an urgency to have to work so hard all the time. Life was getting much better for me and those around me.
I watched, fellow Americans watched, and other nations watched as many of the Democrats and opposition attempted to divide the country by repeating false, disparaging remarks regarding President Trump. It seemed as if there was a witch hunt going on. The more policies that were put in place to help the American people and the world, the worse the media’s false narrative against President Trump became. At first it made me angry. I became furious. Then, I began to get curious as to why the left was so adamant to get rid of President Trump.
The Coronavirus Pandemic and President Trump’s Response
By that time in January of 2020, I was finally making a comfortable living at my main career. I was not as stressed about my financial situation as I was during the previous administrations. I had also acquired my Nevada Realtors license and signed a contract with a brokerage to begin business as a salesperson. Meanwhile, because I am a musical artist, I was in the process of setting up show dates in Nevada. Then I heard the news about the coronavirus outbreak from Wuhan for the first time.
I paid it extraordinarily little attention because for one, I was too busy working on my life, and two, the WHO reassured the world that the virus would not escape from China, and that we should go on with our daily lives as normal. So that is what I did—until I began watching “smuggled” videos from China that showed people dying in the streets and being pulled out of their homes against their will to be dragged into medical institutions when they, apparently, tested positive for the virus, and stories of singled out Chinese health officials who were desperately trying to get the news out to the world about the devastation of the virus against the will of the Chinese party officials.
In February of 2020, there was a nationwide announcement that Americans were heading for a 14-day lockdown in order to slow down the spread of the virus. Shortly after that national announcement, the governor of Nevada, Steve Sisolak, announced that the state was going into a mandated 14-day quarantine to slow the spread of the virus.
The mandated quarantine meant for me, personally, that I could no longer travel to New York to work on my main career. And it meant that I could not see my family. I could not begin my career as a realtor in Nevada because everything was closing for a while, and that, during the quarantine, I could not perform as a musician because live stage performances were forbidden. The uncertainty of being able to make a living began to weigh heavily on me. During that time, most of the world was in the same predicament. After pondering the situation, I applied for statewide unemployment insurance, and was denied. By the grace of God, I was granted Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, which is provided by the federal government.
The more policies that were put in place to help the American people and the world, the worse the media’s false narrative against President Trump became.
President Trump, in my opinion, seemed determined to help the American people in whatever way he could. He started appearing in daily press conferences in order to keep the Americans abreast of the pandemic situation. He was adamant that the Congress and the Senate work on bills to release emergency funding to the American people as soon as possible in the form of economic stimulus checks, pandemic unemployment assistance, additional funding for statewide unemployment insurance, loans for small businesses, and more. President Trump also put together a team of health officials to guide the nation on how to deal with the virus and created a network to gather and mass-produce the medical supplies that nurses, doctors, and patients needed while combating the virus.
As I watched all the steps that President Trump took to save as many lives as he could during the pandemic, I began to gain a greater respect for the type of person and businessman that he is. Before my very own eyes, I watched the Democratic Congress and senators fight many of the good things that President Trump was attempting to implement for the American people during the pandemic crisis. Nancy Pelosi opposed everything that was presented to Congress by loyal Republicans and President Trump. Her fellow constituents stood behind every despicable decision that Pelosi made. Pelosi even held back the stimulus package from the American people during the pandemic crisis, on purpose, on several occasions.
Since the pandemic crisis occurred and a long-term lockdown was set in place, many out of work Americans had a chance to do research regarding the deeper truth behind the virus, the lockdowns, the health officials pushing the lockdowns, the WHO, the CDC, the FDA, the US government and politicians, Big Pharma, Big Tech, the 2020 pre-election season, the 2020 election fraud/interference, as well as the accused elite pedophile and sex-trafficking rings that came to the surface during this period. I honestly do believe that, had I never been placed into a nationwide lockdown, then I would have continued to be preoccupied with working instead of realizing many of the atrocities that were and still are being committed against me, my fellow Americans, and the inhabitants of this world.
Once the veil was lifted from my eyes, I realized that I am in fact a MAGA supporter. I am a Trump supporter. This is the defining moment when I decided to make a change and be heard if I could. I therefore registered to vote, as a Republican, in the 2020 election.
There is a war of good vs. evil taking place in the world right now. In my heart of hearts, I do believe that President Trump is fighting for good. And so am I.
“Ryan Drops Out of Senate Race in Illinois After Sex Club Scandal,” Independent Record, 26 June 2004,
Elizabeth Llorente, “Non-citizen immigrants who voted in 2008 and 2010 may have swung elections,” Fox News, 29 October 2014, https://www.foxnews.com/politics/non-citizen-immigrants-who-voted-in-2008-and-2010-may-have-swung-elections
Stephen Gutowski, “Research Shows Voter Fraud May Have Swung Key 2008 Elections,” Washington Free Beacon, 28 October 2014, https://freebeacon.com/politics/research-shows-voter-fraud-may-have-swung-key-2008-elections/
Libby Emmons, “Nancy Pelosi Admits She Blocked Covid Relief Bill for Months,” Post Millennial, 4 December 2020, https://thepostmillennial.com/watch-nancy-pelosi-admits-she-blocked-covid-relief-bill-for-months