TRUMP: A GOOD FATHER TO AMERICA
Exclusive: Jesse Lee Peterson on why president brings out best in good people, worst in evil people
There’s something about a good man who brings out the best in good people and who brings out the worst in evil people. A good leader ushers light and peace into the world around him, just as a wicked leader ushers in darkness and discord.
President Trump, despite all opposition to his efforts and endless attacks on his character, is truly making America great again!
Last week, I referenced how the Democrats (and, by the way, media) don’t want to recognize the surging economy, falling unemployment, and accomplishments of the man I call The Great White Hope for all Americans. The president spoke on Friday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, reaffirming his commitment to putting America first, just as other nations’ leaders should prioritize their countries’ interests first.
Black, Hispanic and female unemployment have all dropped in the first year of Trump’s presidency. Money, freedom and jobs are coming back, as the president cuts taxes, restrictions and burdensome regulations that have oppressed the American people and businesses.
There are more steps that need to happen in returning to our country’s greatness – and we the people have a role to play alongside the president. Donald Trump promised a big, beautiful wall on the border to help keep the illegals from coming into our country. I have full confidence this will happen. But not only do we need to keep lawbreakers out who show no loyalty to our country or respect for our laws – we the citizens, too, must return to work, to character, to family and to God.
I do not want DACA amnesty for “young” illegals to remain. They have to go back. I see many falling for the pretense that deportation of so-called “DREAMers” is “unloving.” This reveals an emotional, evil mischaracterization of love. Amnesty does not represent true mercy, but an excusing and enabling of wrongdoing. After Trump’s alleged “sh–hole” comments, I recounted a phone call that my producer received from a deported Mexican man named Ignacio who listens to my sermons and radio show. Ignacio has since reconnected with his father, and now he works hard to make Mexico great. Deportation was the best thing for him.
The president also wants to deal with the horrific crime and murder happening in our cities. He has talked about sending in the National Guard to Chicago. Great efforts at “broken windows” policing will certainly help curb the violence and restore order. But the people in those communities must also turn back to fathers and morality, or else the “poverty,” crime and misery will remain. There is no true poverty or hunger in America but the lack of moral character. Until blacks or any people hunger and thirst after righteousness, material things may come and go, but their souls will remain dead.
Rapper Jay-Z, an evil man, in talking to CNN liberal Van Jones, pretended that the Trump’s supposed “sh–hole” comment was “hurtful,” and he accused the president of “looking down on a whole population of people.” This coward is husband to the wicked woman Beyonce, who infamously performed anti-white, anti-police tributes to the Black Panthers and Black Lives Matter at the Super Bowl, in her song “Lemonade,” and in many other performances.
Beyonce is Barack and Michelle Obama’s “role model” for their daughters – a disgraceful mother of three in her mid-30s who dances half naked on stage, promoting over-sexualized culture, false black anger and phony victimhood. These people do nothing to help the “sh–hole” of Obama’s hometown, Chicago, or anywhere else. In fact, they make things worse by pushing anger, immorality and false blame on “racism” (which does not exist, and never has).
This week, on my radio show, I received a call from a man named Daniel who grew up in South Side, Chicago, surrounded by gangs and drugs. He said his brother spent 12 years in prison. His mother and father weren’t married. He called his father “evil,” and, after listening to me, he saw the need to forgive his father and mother. He found himself angry “for no reason,” and he couldn’t understand why. I told him that his father felt the same, that he should forgive his parents and apologize for being angry at them so God will forgive him and he can be free.
The problem in Chicago is not “racism,” guns, “poverty” or any other phony liberal intellectual diagnosis. As I write in “The Antidote: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame and Victimhood” – the problem afflicting the black community is simply a magnification of the problem in every individual: a lack of love of fathers.
On my web series The Fallen State (available on WND TV), I interviewed two bright young white conservative teens who said seeing Trump’s courage and success emboldened them to speak up and stand for what’s right.
President Trump is like a good father to the country. He does not accept excuses, only solutions. I love him for the fact he pays no mind to the phony accusations of “racism,” “sexism” or any other “-ism.” He stands on truth, despite enemies and haters, and sets a good example for all.