Trump at Mount Rushmore: The fight for tomorrow

I knew it was going to be a good night when Air Force One was doing its flyover of Mount Rushmore to a soundtrack of ACDC and Guns & Roses. Naturally, a guy like me was riveted by every broadcast moment of President Trump coming to the Black Hills of South Dakota, a state I love a lot and the state of my favorite governor in the world, Kristie Noam for a fireworks show and speech. It did not let me down and I thought about a lot of things during it. It was when President Obama had cancelled the fireworks at Mount Rushmore that inspired me to start attending Tea Party meetings in 2009 and to turn myself into something of a platform for Republican support. At the time I was getting very valid nibbles out of Hollywood for a career there, the nibbles were in the form of a stuntman due to my bullwhip work and as a writer. That was in the years of 2006 to 2008 and by 2009 the requests for me in Hollywood were getting to the point where I had invitations to live there. So committing myself to the 20 yard line end zone politics was no small matter. When Obama closed down the fireworks at Mount Rushmore to say it pissed me off is an understatement. My reaction was to buy a fancy cruiser motorcycle and travel the country to see what I wanted to save about it, and it started me on that patriotic journey that is now millions and millions of words down the road now, with a lot left in the wake. The fireworks returning with President Trump to Mount Rushmore was the perfect gift to my mind for all the hard work, yet even so, I had some deep thoughts about it all that I enjoyed enormously. By the time the end came with a jazzy rendition of Battle Hymn of the Republic, I had a firm idea of what this 4th of July weekend was all about. Trump’s speech sounded like something I’d write; he certainly went further than any other president in history to tackling the problems that are in front of us.

I feel sorry for liberals who came to their political views in life because they come from broken families our countries where Marxism and hard structured communism were the blue light special of the day. Not all of us grew up with the privilege of good parents and role models when we were kids and in America, we allowed liberalism to seep into all our institutions, especially education, to bridge the gap between where they were in the world and where they needed to be to find freedom and success. But, instead of paying us back for our civility toward them, liberals have revealed that they want nothing but to destroy America for the rest of us who did have parents who cared about us and were given enough structure in our lives to live above the line lives as Americans. One thing is obvious especially in places like South Dakota, people there are normal. There were no stupid social distancing mandates at the Mount Rushmore fireworks, and very few people willing to bend the knee to the ridiculous masks people are wearing for protection from Covid-19. Even as this event was happening Trump’s kid, Don Jr stayed behind because his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle had tested positive for Covid-19 and the media was reporting it as if she had just received the death sentence of AIDS.

It didn’t stop there, most of the afternoon it was reported that protestors were blocking access to the fireworks site, Antifa radicals, stringy haired greaseballs, and Black Lives Matter supports which the more I thought about the images reminded me more and more of the terrorist group ISIS in the Middle East recently in the way they advanced their platform and destroyed history to gain control of people’s minds in the future. But the police didn’t full around in South Dakota, and the protestors were easily removed. It was a reminder of how the next steps in this ideological war would go, once Americans, the real Americans, those who appreciate the country for the doors of freedom it can open no matter what race or sex, realize the tune of the song that the political left is playing, they rally behind to meet the challenge. That certainly describes myself when I first got involved in the Tea Party movement then doing everything I could to get Trump elected in 2016. When pushed and spit at, most good Americas see quickly what must be done, and they see what is happening now. I wasn’t the only one happy about the fireworks in the Black Hills. The people in the audience at that event got it, they understood the significance of the flyovers, the speeches, and the overall meaning of the setting there at Mount Rushmore.

As I said, most liberals grew up without the proper parental benefits and the system we allowed them to create to get them there have failed. They have taken our tax dollars for public education for instance and turned our schools into centers for Marxist study. When I said all this over a decade ago, most people like WLW’s Bill Cunningham couldn’t deal with that idea. At that time I did a lot of radio on that station and the argument was very uncomfortable for people like him. He couldn’t bring himself to believe that public education was taken over by socialism. Like a lot of people in that radio audience, they just wanted the sports scores in life, they didn’t want to deal with a complete failure of our institutions that had been taken over by Marxist ideology, because we had allowed them to be out of compassion for their place in life. I can say that in Cunningham’s mind, he didn’t know his father, he was raised by a single mother—actually in a very similar way to my friend the great George Lang who is the future senator of Ohio’s 4th district. Guys like them did not have the benefits of good family structure, so they relied on the American institutions to make good lives for themselves. But they are the exceptions, not the rule. Most liberals don’t want to be fixed as people into becoming Americans, they just want to get rid of the measure, they want to bring it all down and that is their shocking intention, and the truth of the matter which Trump captured well in his speech.

Trump talks a lot about the silent majority and they greatly do outnumber the people out there who will vote in this election. In places like South Dakota they are easy to see. The media tries to make liberalism larger than it really is by keeping their media centers in the cities where liberalism has crushed people’s spirits, they don’t often get to see the kind of fanfare that goes on in places like Mount Rushmore every day. So the images, speeches and temperament of the audience were shocking to the rest of the world who have been thinking they were going to win after the Covid-19 shutdowns, the advancements of Marxism recently through the “cancel culture” and race riots. And ultimately the impact to the economy that coronavirus and the blue state governors had unleased on us all to destroy football, baseball, and even NASCAR. They thought they had us, and had their foot on our throats. But what they saw at the Mount Rushmore fireworks were lots of people like me, who were awake and yearning for patriotism who were more resolute than ever. It was not the reaction that the liberals were hoping for and their concern of the effectiveness was quite evident.

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior

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