It’s Election Day and it’s hard to remember a midterm where the stakes have been higher.
The ads have run. The policies have been put forward. The candidates have made their cases to the American people. Now it’s time to vote.
President Trump made the decision to treat 2018 like a presidential election year. He crisscrossed the country to make his final argument to the voters on behalf of Republican candidates. He presented compelling facts and accomplishments to show voters why it’s in their best interests to vote for Republicans and keep both houses of Congress in GOP hands.
In 2016, Trump campaigned for president as the ultimate political outsider who would come to Washington with fresh ideas and a new way of conducting the nation’s business.
No one gave him a chance. The establishment scoffed at him at every turn. The New York Times and Washington Post were helping Hillary Clinton measure the drapes at the White House. In the face of all that, Trump decided to do even more campaign rallies and overcome all odds to win.
Since Election Day on Nov. 8, 2016, the American left has made it clear that they hate this president more than they love our country, resisting and tarnishing him at every turn. The mainstream media, liberal academia, and the socialists in the Democratic Party launched a coordinated effort to try to end this presidency before it began. They failed miserably.