• Trump Rally vs. Dem Snoozefest: Quite a Contrast!

    Surge Summary: On Tuesday night. President Trump held a spirited, pro-American rally in Wisconsin. Meanwhile, the Democratic presidential candidates presented a debate that was widely panned – even by fellow liberals and Democrats.

    by Gary Bauer

    The president had a major rally in Wisconsin [Tuesday] night as the Democrats had a major debate in Iowa.  The simultaneous events should have been aired on a split screen because you couldn’t come up with a more striking contrast between competing visions for America.  It’s hard to believe they were talking about the same country!

    In Iowa, the Democrat candidates were bemoaning that we have no allies, suggesting that we are isolated against Iran.

    In Wisconsin, the president celebrated our successful strike against Iran’s terror general, and praised the courageous people of Iraq and Iran who are taking to the streets to protest the mullahs.

    In Iowa, the Democrat candidates were downplaying the economy.  But come Wednesday, November 4th, just about the only unemployed Americans will be failed Democrat presidential candidates! (Granted, that’s a lot of people.)

    While the president was talking about the future of the country, Joe Biden and his fellow Democrats were arguing about the Iraq War and what transpired during a private conversation between Sanders and Warren.

    It was literally a “he said / she said” moment.  But in the #MeToo era, we’re always supposed to believe the woman, and clearly the CNN moderator did!

    I could go on, but you get the point.  Even many liberals noticed too.

    Progressive CNN commentator Van Jones described last night’s Democrat debate as “cold oatmeal,” saying, “There was nothing I saw tonight that would be able to take Donald Trump out.”

    One media outlet dedicated to covering Hollywood and the entertainment industry blasted the debate as the “Dull Night Of The Living Dead.”  Ouch!

    Even MSNBC’s left-wing “Morning Joe” hosts panned the debate as “painful,” adding, “Nobody looked good on the debate stage.”

    The views here are those of the author and not necessarily Daily Surge. 

    Originally posted here.

    Image: Screen Shot; ABC News; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DjuxyJjK7J0

    Gary Lee Bauer is an American politician and activist, who served in the Reagan administration. He later became president of the Family Research Council and a senior vice president of Focus on the Family. In 2000, he participated in the Republican presidential contest.


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