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2018 Mid-Term Results – Democrats Continue to be the Party of the Super Rich and Super Poor – Republicans the Party of the Middle Class

In 2014, we reported that contrary to what the media was reporting at the time, the Democrat Party and not the Republican Party was the party of the rich.

This year’s mid-term results show that the Democrats have increased their hold with the rich in America and their hold over the super poor as well.

We performed a study in 2014 of the makeup of the House of Representatives collecting the 2012 US census data housed at the government census site. We also obtained a list of Congressional Representatives and their party affiliation from the US Congressional website for the 113th Congress voted into office starting in 2012 and combined these files into one massive spreadsheet to obtain relationships. What we found then was truly shocking.

First of all, it is clear from the US Census data that Democrats were the party of rich. 14 of the top 20 richest districts in America were Democratic districts.
In addition to this, our work showed that 36 of the 39 poorest districts in America were Democratic districts.
The data from 2012 showed that the working class districts were represented by Republicans by almost a two-to-one ratio. If you excluded the 20 richest districts and the bottom 39 poorest districts there were 225 Republican working class districts and only 152 Democrat working class districts.

The 2018 Mid-terms show Democrats have an even stronger hold over the super rich and the super poor!

According to Firstthings.com Democrats now have an even stronger hold on the rich in America after the mid-term elections of 2018 [emphasis added] –

Imagine all 435 House districts lined up from richest to poorest according to their 2017 median household income (the latest available data from the Census Bureau), Silicon Valley (CA-18) at one end and South Bronx (NY-15) at the other. Before the 2018 midterms, the richest 15 percent of districts was fairly evenly split between Democrats (38) and Republicans (28), but no more. Sixteen of the thirty-seven seats (so far) flipped by the Democrats are in this strata. In the new 116th Congress, these wealthiest sixty-six districts will be represented by fifty-four Democrats and just ten Republicans (with two races yet to be decided). Starting January 3, 2019, twenty (twenty-one if Katie Porter’s lead in CA-45 holds) of the twenty-two richest districts will be represented by Democrats. This year the richest House districts in eleven (and possibly twelve) different states flipped from Republican to Democrat (CO-6, GA-6, IL-6, IA-3, KS-3, MI-11, MN-3, NJ-7, PA-5, SC-1, VA-10; UT-4 is still not called). Going further, in five states (six if Carolyn Bourdeaux wins GA-7) the top two richest districts flipped. These sixteen districts plus five others from the wealthiest 15 percent that weren’t tops in their states contributed well over half the Democrats’ new seats. Without them the House would never have turned blue.

The Democrats however, are also the party of the super poor with their black caucus members representing some of the poorest districts in the country

The upshot of the 2018 midterms is that the Democratic Party now overwhelmingly represents America’s rich. At the same time, Democrats continue to represent the poorest Americans, at least those who are not white. Managing this contradiction is ever more the [Democrat] party’s great challenge.

As the Democrat Party goes further and further left, it becomes less the party of working Americans and more the party of the super rich and the super poor.

The State of Maryland Files Legal Objection to President Trump’s Appointment of Matthew Whitaker as Acting Attorney General

The Deep State is absolutely terrified of President Trump’s appointment to Acting Attorney General, Matthew Whitaker. Today the state of Maryland announced their legal action into the constitutionality of Whitaker’s appointment. The Deep State must have him removed to continue the Mueller witch hunt.

WNYC reported this morning that –

President Trump’s choice of Matthew Whitaker to be the acting attorney general is running into a buzz-saw of opposition, and not just from Democrats. And now, the first legal action is being filed Tuesday, by the state of Maryland, challenging Whitaker’s status.

It does not involve limits to asylum claims that Whitaker has already put into effect, nor any challenge involving the Mueller investigation of the president, which Whitaker has frequently criticized.

Maryland and the deep state are trying to get DAG Rod Rosenstein appointed as Acting Attorney General –

The state seeks a preliminary injunction that prevents the federal government from responding to the suit while Whitaker appears as acting attorney general. Instead, Maryland requests a declaration that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is the acting attorney general.

Matthew Whitaker, the new Acting AG who replaced Jeff Sessions after Sessions turned in his resignation last Wednesday afternoon, is a former Iowa Hawkeye Tight End in college who played in the Rose Bowl.

When appointed as Acting AG, Whitaker took over Rosenstein’s job overseeing the Mueller witch hunt. He is described as a “Trump loyalist” who has been privately described as the West Wing’s “eyes and ears” in the Justice Department, says the New York Times.

In August of 2017, Matthew Whitaker penned an op-ed for CNN titled, “Mueller’s Investigation of Trump is Going Too Far” wherein he argued the Special Counsel is roving outside of his jurisdiction to investigate Trump-Russia collusion.

And there’s more…in July 2016, before the presidential election, Matthew Whitaker penned an opinion piece for USA today where he argued that Hillary Clinton should be locked up.

Whitaker wrote:

According to FBI Director James Comey’s statement on Tuesday, former secretary of State Hillary Clinton could have been charged with violating several different code sections, and he detailed the evidence that supports bringing criminal charges.

Yet, Director Comey’s judgment was that “no reasonable prosecutor” would bring the case. I disagree. I believe myself to have been a reasonable prosecutor, and when the facts and evidence show a criminal violation has been committed, the individuals involved should not dictate whether the case is prosecuted

…A reasonable prosecutor may ask, if on numerous occasions, an unknown State Department employee had taken top secret information from a secured system, emailed that information on a Gmail account, and stored the information on a personal server for years, would that individual be prosecuted? I believe they would.

Whitaker was on CNN and he questioned the wisdom of the Mueller team knocking down former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort’s door at 4 in the morning –

He also found it ironic that former FBI Director James Comey could be investigated for midhandling classified information –

In 2015 he pointed out the obvious that Obama’s Administration was the most corrupt ever –

The Deep State cannot allow Whitaker to remain as Acting AG. They are doing all they can to have him eliminated.

Let’s hope Whitaker uses his strength gained on the football field to pancake Deep State criminals and bring them to justice. Time will tell.

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush Finally Stops Criticizing President Trump and Condemns Broward County Elections

Last week, Jeb Bush, the brother of President George W. Bush and the son of President George H. Bush, criticized President Trump for doing what his brother and father never did, stand up to the mainstream media –

At the same time the Florida election was being stolen by Democrats in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

President Trump understands that the media are the left wing arm of the socialist Democrat party and he is the first politician with the guts and ability to stand up to these villains –

Finally, last night, Jeb decided to opine on the criminal activities taking place in the state where he once was governor, and pause on his bitter comments of the President –

This is why Jeb never came close to being elected President of the US. He doesn’t understand that Democrats are doing all they can to obtain power through stealing elections or through constant attacks from their mainstream media.

On the 11th Month, the 11th Day, at the 11th Hour – 100 Years Ago Today – The Great War Ended!

World War I ended 100 years ago today on Armistice Day, November 11th, 1918. Millions died in the ‘Great War’ that was then hoped to be the last.

Around the world there were celebrations 100 years ago. From rural Herring, Iowa, where farmers gathered together to celebrate the end of the war while erecting a flag pole in commemoration, to Wall Street, where Americans celebrated en masse. The great war was over!

If you travel to Australia today, you will be reminded at 11:11 am of the sacrifices that Australians gave for the great war. Everyone stops and a voice over the load speaker of whichever business you are at will call for a moment of silence in respect for those who gave their lives in World War I.

On Armistice Day, in 1918, Australians covered Martin Place in downtown Sydney to celebrate an end to the murderous war. (pic from Australia War Memorial).

Unfortunately this was not the war to end all wars, it turned out only to be a precursor to World War II.

Americans began arriving in Europe towards the end of the war in 1917, after years of President Woodrow Wilson trying to keep the US out of the war. Little did anyone know that with the US’s help, the end of the war would come in a year and a half.

Many Americans who would later become famous for their efforts in World War II were also important to the first World War. West Point graduates and future generals Patton and MacArthur met during World War I. The only time they met in person –

On the afternoon of September 12, 1918, in the midst of a bloody battle between the American Expeditionary Force and the German Army, two American Army officers, a thirty-two year old lieutenant colonel and a thirty-eight year old brigadier general, greeted each other on a small exposed hill. On either side of them, infantry and tanks maneuvered forward to the French town of Essey, a quarter mile to the north. Small arms fire and an occasional artillery burst kept the air alive and dangerous.

The lieutenant colonel sported a Colt .45 pistol with an ivory grip and his engraved initials. A pipe was clenched in his teeth. The brigadier wore a barracks cap and a muffler his mother knitted for him. As they spoke to each other, a German artillery barrage opened up and began marching towards their position. Infantrymen scattered and dove for cover, but the two officers remained standing, coolly talking with each other.

The Lieutenant Colonel, George S. Patton, had been in the Army for nine years, and the Brigadier General, Douglas Mac-Arthur, for fifteen, but the two West Pointers had never met. Their careers had taken them in different directions until this day during the First World War. Both officers became famous for their bravery and daring in the Second World War, yet both set the precedent for courage under fire in the First. That Patton and MacArthur did remain standing while an artillery barrage passed over is historically accepted, but what they said to each other as the shells began to drop remains a point of controversy.

During General Pershing’s desire to beat the Germans in the Argonne offensive thousands of Americans gave their lives. Others survived, like the famous US pilot Eddie Rickenbacker –

The 94th Aero Squadron, led by the man who would become the Service’s leading ace, former race-car driver Eddie Rickenbacker, arrived over the Argonne in time to catch the last of the artillery barrage. In the next few hours, Rickenbacker shot down a Fokker, and two of his squadron mates flamed German Drachen, as they called the enemy’s barrage balloons, an important contribution to blinding the opposition’s artillery.

On the 29th of September, 1918, the Germans engaged in an counter offensive –

On the 29th, the Prussian Guards launched a counterattack that caused a near rout. The diary of the German Third Army reported ‘concentrated artillery fire struck enemy masses streaming to the rear with annihilating effect.’ The oncoming German infantry were stopped by counterfire from the 35th’s field artillery, among which Battery D of the 129th Regiment, headed by Captain Harry S. Truman, performed with distinction. But on the following day, the shattered division was withdrawn.

The battle for the Argonne was brutal with thousands of casualties and numerous Americans receiving Medals of Honor for their heroics –

On the second day of that operation [early October 2018], a Tennessee mountaineer in the 82nd became a legend. Corporal Alvin York had grown up with a gun in his hands. He could knock the head off a turkey at 100 yards. When his company’s advance was stopped by German machine guns on a hill ahead of them, Future Sergeant York worked his way through the woods into the German rear with 16 other men. They captured the commander of the machine-gun battalion, but fire from the hill killed half of York’s men and pinned down the rest. With rifle and pistol York proceeded to kill 28 men on the hill without missing a shot. The German major blew his whistle and ordered the survivors to surrender. York marched them back to the American lines, scooping up more prisoners along the way, to bring his total bag to 132–plus a Medal of Honor.

The battle for the Argonne also took its toll on everyone, including General Pershing –

Pershing himself began to show signs of emotional collapse. Foch and Georges Clemenceau, the French premier, were hurling insults and demands for ‘results’ at him. Driving to the front, he buried his head in his hands and spoke to his wife, who had died tragically in a fire at the Presidio in San Francisco in 1915. ‘Frankie, Frankie…my God, sometimes I don’t know how I can go on.’

But the iron general summoned great reserves of mettle from somewhere within his warrior soul. Visiting the 90th Division, he told General Henry T. Allen: ‘Things are going badly…but by God! Allen, I was never so much in earnest in my life. We are going to get through.’ Even so, Pershing by now recognized that willpower was not enough. He decided to try brain power.

On October 10, he handed over command of the First Army to I Corps’ Hunter Liggett. The former president of the Army War College, Liggett was a thinking general. He was also 40 pounds overweight, but he parried criticism by declaring: ‘There’s nothing wrong with fat, if it isn’t above the collar.’

According to History.net, in the next few days, Americans would take thousands of casualties but gain ground –

Liggett waited until October 16 to take charge, meanwhile allowing fresh outfits, notably the 42nd ‘Rainbow’ Division, to make another try at cracking the Kreimhilde Stellung. The Rainbow, which included New York’s famous ‘Fighting 69th’ (redesignated the 165th U.S. Infantry), was assigned the forbidding Côte de Chatillon. On the night of October 13-14, Summerall visited brigade commander Douglas MacArthur’s headquarters and said: ‘Give me Chatillon or a list of 5,000 casualties.’ MacArthur replied that if they failed, the entire 84th Brigade would be on the casualty list, with his name at the top.

In the next two murderous days, MacArthur and his soldiers almost reached Summerall’s savage quota, with the brigade commander ignoring shrapnel and bullets to set an example for his men. By dusk on the 16th, they reached the crest of Chatillon and held it against a ferocious German counterattack. On their right flank, the weary men of the 32nd Division surprised themselves and everyone else by capturing another key height, the Côte Dame Marie, effectively piercing the Kreimhilde Stellung. It had taken the First Army three weeks and 100,000 casualties to reach the objective Pershing had assigned to it for the first day.

The Americans rested a few days and then in early November 1918 attacked the Germans again –

On November 1, a rested, replenished First Army renewed the offensive with a thunderous predawn barrage. The I and III corps attacked vigorously on the left and right flanks–but the main effort was a three-division smash up through the center by Summerall’s V Corps, led by the veteran 2nd Division and its Marine brigade. The Air Service roared in to strafe and bomb, in an early example of ground-air coordination. The German center virtually evaporated, and the 2nd Division gained an astonishing five miles. On its right, the 89th Division did almost as well.

The appalled Germans found their right and left outflanked and had no choice but disengagement and headlong retreat. Several times in the next few days, when the Germans attempted to set up a defense line, the Americans overran it before the enemy could issue orders to man it. On November 3, the 2nd Division marched an entire regiment through a wood by night, while the frantic enemy was trying to fortify it. In the morning the Germans found themselves in a trap. A despairing General Gallwitz was told: ‘All the front line commanders report the [German] troops are fighting courageously but just cannot do anything.’

By November 8th the Germans were beginning peace talks –

Pershing already had told President Woodrow Wilson he thought that was a poor idea. He favored fighting until the Germans surrendered unconditionally. Wilson had furiously informed him that politics were none of his business. Pershing responded by ordering Liggett and Bullard, whose Second Army had also gone into action, to attack without respite.

On November 11th, 1918, Americans were still charging forward –

But at 11 a.m. on November 11, when the armistice went into effect, most divisions of the American First and Second armies were still attacking. To the end of his life, Pershing insisted that if the battle of the Argonne (and the other Allied offensives) had lasted another 10 days, ‘we would have rounded up the entire German army, captured it, humiliated it.’

The war was over but the War to End All Wars was not the end. Young American soldiers would come home but many of them would soon be engaged in the next great war only a couple decades later.

Breaking: Broward County Employee Signs Affidavit Admitting Seeing Elections Staff Filling Out Blank Ballots!

Former Florida Lieutenant Governor Jeff Kottkamp tweeted that there is an affidavit from a Florida campaign worker who states that he/she saw Broward County Elections staff filling out blank ballots!

When the Florida Broward County Elections staff member reported that he/she saw elections staff committing crimes by filling out of blank ballots, he/she was fired and told not to come back!

Former Florida Lieutenant Governor Jeff Kottkamp tweeted –

The lawsuit Kottkamp is referring to is related to Republican Matt Caldwell – The News-Press reported:

Matt Caldwell has followed Gov. Rick Scott’s lead in filing a lawsuit Friday against the Broward County Supervisor of Elections in one of the state’s closest races.

The campaign of the Republican candidate for agricultural commissioner sent a news release Friday afternoon announcing that his attorneys filed a lawsuit in the 17th judicial circuit “asking the court to protect the integrity of all ballots and all public records relating to the election for Commissioner of Agriculture.”

Caldwell thought he had edged out a victory in the agricultural commissioner race Tuesday night when he had about a 40,000 vote lead over Democratic candidate Nikki Fried.

But the latest vote count shows Caldwell losing by 3,120 votes to Fried. The difference between the candidates is .04 percent, signaling an automatic recount, and a likely manual recount.

This whole thing should be shut down immediately and those involved arrested and put in jail. This impacts the entire nation, not just the crooks running Broward County elections.

 

Entire US Election System in Question – Fraudulent and Suspicious Activities Reported Nation-wide – Always to Democrat’s Benefit

With voter fraud and integrity issues in Florida, Arizona and across the nation – the entire US election system requires review and repairs.

Yesterday we found out that voter ballots in Florida’s Democrat led Broward County were being transferred between vehicles and loaded on a rental van after the election. Every day new votes are added to Democrat candidates in close races nation wide.

Florida, Arizona and Montana all had tight races in the Senate with Republicans holding the lead and then just like that, days later, Democrats miraculously pull out victories.

Dan Bongino commented that in Florida there is early and now late voting. But only Democrats are allowed to vote in the after election ballots.

Democrats complain but only in situations where they lose (see 2016 Presidential election for example) –

In tight races, Democrats are always the party who majically (fraudulently) obtain thousands of late votes –

A Gallop Poll that was reportedly correct since 1946 predicted Republicans to win the House. This year, after 80 years of being spot on, it is suddenly incorrect –

Hillary Clinton protested the results of three states after the last Presidential election, because those states would put her over the top. The problem was that President Trump won by too many votes. God only knows how many fake ballots were in the results already.

In one recent election, Philadelphia had more votes that electors in a district. In Detroit in 2016 some votes were so over stated in the inner city they could not be recounted which meant the original and fraudulent vote totals were used. God only knows what goes on in big cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, St. Louis and more. These are the only strongholds for Democrats. Are they all fraudulent?

Republicans have to wake up and smell the coffee. They will never win elections if this continues. As it is, Republicans have to win by super majorities to outright win elections.

Ben Shapiro Again Stands with Wrong Side Against President Trump – He Can’t Determine Difference Between Non-Abuse and Abuse

During the 2016 election, Ben Shapiro sided with Michelle Fields in her bogus accusations that Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski abused reporter her at a campaign event.

Yesterday Shapiro sided with abuser Jim Acosta from CNN. What is wrong with Ben’s abuse barometer?

Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields made headlines in 2016 when she claimed Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski grabbed her and threw her down on the ground at a Jupiter, Florida Trump campaign victory speech.

Video proved that Fields exaggerated the story for some strange reason.

The Gateway Pundit’s Kristinn Taylor was in the room at the time and did not see the incident in question. He was the last reporter to film Corey closing up the event with reporters.

Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields filed criminal assault charges with Jupiter, Florida police against Donald Trump’s campaign manager Corey Lewandowski several days after the incident. Fields claimed she suffered a slight bruise when Lewandowski “intentionally” assaulted her.

Video released showed a fragmented version of Lewandowski walking past Fields.
(Lewandowski is in the blue shirt. Fields is in the white suit.)

Another video was eventually released that showed Lewandowski walking past Fields. No contact was made. She didn’t even flinch.

Jim Hoft, the Gateway Pundit, spoke with Corey Lewandowski at the time who cautioned the anti-Trump crowd from pushing this story further.

Eventually Michelle Fields and Ben Shapiro resigned from Breitbart. Shapiro was upset that Breitbart did not take the sham story seriously enough.

Yesterday at a press conference CNN’s Jim Acosta hit a young woman staffer who attempted to take the microphone out of Acosta’s hand.

This too was captured on camera –

But for some strange reason Ben Shapiro stood up for Jim Acosta from CNN. Corey Lewandowski challenged Shapiro for his hypocrisy –

Shapiro claims to be so important to the conservative cause but at the same time he has the inability to determine what is abuse and what is not when it comes to President Trump! Wise up Ben!

New Acting AG Matthew Whitaker is a Former Iowa Hawkeye Tight End – Let’s Hope He Pancakes Deep State Defense!

Matthew Whitaker, the new Acting AG who replaced Jeff Sessions after Sessions turned in his resignation Wednesday afternoon, is a former Iowa Hawkeye Tight End in college who played in the Rose Bowl. Let’s hope he pancakes the Deep State defenders.

Whitaker is also taking over Rosenstein’s job overseeing the Mueller witch hunt. He is described as a “Trump loyalist” who has been privately described as the West Wing’s “eyes and ears” in the Justice Department, says the New York Times.

In August of 2017, Matthew Whitaker penned an op-ed for CNN titled, “Mueller’s Investigation of Trump is Going Too Far” wherein he argued the Special Counsel is roving outside of his jurisdiction to investigate Trump-Russia collusion.

And there’s more…
in July 2016, before the presidential election, Matthew Whitaker penned an opinion piece for USA today where he argued that Hillary Clinton should be locked up.

Whitaker wrote:

According to FBI Director James Comey’s statement on Tuesday, former secretary of State Hillary Clinton could have been charged with violating several different code sections, and he detailed the evidence that supports bringing criminal charges.

Yet, Director Comey’s judgment was that “no reasonable prosecutor” would bring the case. I disagree. I believe myself to have been a reasonable prosecutor, and when the facts and evidence show a criminal violation has been committed, the individuals involved should not dictate whether the case is prosecuted

…A reasonable prosecutor may ask, if on numerous occasions, an unknown State Department employee had taken top secret information from a secured system, emailed that information on a Gmail account, and stored the information on a personal server for years, would that individual be prosecuted? I believe they would.

But perhaps most important is that Whitaker is a former University of Iowa Tight End. Not only was Whitaker a starting Tight End for Iowa in the 1991 Rose Bowl, he also was a scholar athlete –

Whitaker was a top scholar at the University of Iowa. He graduated in three years with a bachelor’s degree in communications, starting his first year of law school during his senior year as a football player, which was considered an extraordinarily difficult task. Besides a law degree, he has a masters in business administration.

Let’s hope Whitaker uses his strength gained on the football field to pancake Deep State criminals and bring them to justice. Time will tell.

RED WAVE RISES TODAY!!! Early Votes and Rally Participation Indicate Huge Red Wave! VOTE RED TODAY!

A Red Wave Rises Today!

On June 23, 2018, we reported that the 2018 Mid-terms would be a referendum on government corruption and because of this President Trump and the Republicans would win big.

This was before Democrats made up trumped up charges against a good man – Supreme Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh. After the Kavanaugh hearings, where Judge Kavanaugh was wrongfully accused by the Democrats of being a gang rapist, the tide changed. We made our prediction on the election and we stated that a huge red wave was coming.

We followed up our June prediction with our official mid-term prediction on October 2nd. We predicted that the Republicans would win big in the Senate and would keep the House.

Today we will find out! There are two material indications that today will be a good day for President Donald J. Trump and Republicans – Rally Attendance and Voter Turnout to Date.

It seems like every day over the past few weeks, President Trump and former President Obama are holding rallies somewhere in America. In all of these cases the results are the same – President Trump’s rallies hold massive crowds while President Obama’s rallies can’t fill small high school gymnasiums.

Day after day, President held massive rallies like the one below in Florida, filling up venues with record size crowds and people waiting in mile long lines for hours –

Also, former President Obama held rallies to small crowds like the one below in Las Vegas – the tingle is gone –

Additionally, in early voting to date, Republicans are doing better than in 2016 by 122,000 votes and they won 241 seats in that year –

To date in the mid-terms with millions of votes already cast, the GOP is doing better in the states where it matters – AZ, FL, NV and WV –

Others reached out to GOP campaigns in tight races and their responses are very encouraging –

It’s all but certain that Republicans will gain seats in the Senate. Now it looks like the House is in good shape as well –

Get out and vote and let’s make America Great Again!

Any Blue Wave is Now Only Figments of Liberal Imaginations – Red Wave Rising!!


(Photo from Jack Posobiec)

The blue wave is now a figment of liberal imaginations. Voter excitement is clearly with the Republican Party and President Donald Trump! There is a Red Wave Rising!

One pundit, Michael E. Newton, is tracking the 2018 mid-term elections to date. He addresses people’s questions about mid-term voting to date –

Newton explains that because Democrat and Republican voting may have gotten closer each day, doesn’t mean that the Democrats are really catching up in early voting. It just means the Republican percent of gains over 2016 are not as great as they were yesterday –

What we have seen to date in the mid-term is that Republicans won early by huge margins but recent days they have been about even per day –

Newton summarizes, would you rather be the party that has improved their #earlyvoting share since 2016 [Republicans]? Or the party that is doing worse [Democrat Socialists]?

Newton’s numbers to date show this –

Newton says that Republicans are doing better than 2016 and they won the House. The current results don’t show an insurmountable gain, but getting close! –

We can only hope that Tuesday night is as fun as two years ago –

Get out and vote for our children’s future and let’s Make America Great Again!