- Matt Vespa | Aug 28, 2020 12:00 AM est
That's it folks. This was the final night of the Republican National Convention. It’s here, folks. President Donald J. Trump will formally accept the Republican nomination for president, and lay waste to the agenda of Joe Biden and the Democrats.
Yet, before the president took the stage, we had to get a few more great speakers into the program. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he’s part of the firewall against the left-wing agenda peddled by Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy gave a message of hope, saying that tough times don’t last because tough Americans do. Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) took a tomahawk to the Biden legacy on foreign policy. Patrick Lynch, President of the Police Benevolent Association of the City of New York, torched Democrats for spitting in the face of cops, promoting the anarchy and mayhem that has engulfed our cities, and turning their backs on law and order, the most basic of government duties. Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani also ripped into Democrats for allowing the destruction of our cities to go on like this. Ann Dorn, widow of hero cop David Dorn who was murdered by looters in St. Louis, offered a grave warning to Black Lives Matter regarding how they’re protesting right now. Violence is never the answer. This was one of the most emotional and tragic addresses of the convention.
Alice Johnson, who is another second chance story, spoke about how President Trump commuted her sentence, part of the criminal justice reform initiative that’s been undertaken by this White House. HUD Secretary took a hatchet to the claims of racism lobbed against the president, while noting the real racist statistics regarding the black community is its high abortion rate. And yes, outside the White House, left-wing thugs gathered.
Before he took the podium, his daughter, Ivanka Trump delivered a solid speech touting the accomplishments of the administration in the first four years.
Then, President Trump was introduced and got to work. He hit Biden on China, jobs, selling out the American worker. He slammed Joe for being wrong about the COVID. Yet, he also offered a message of hope and opportunity if given a second term.
“Together we are unstoppable. Together we are unbeatable because we are the proud citizens of America.”
Katie has more here, but the best is yet to come.
In four days, the myth of Joe Biden was scalped. The hot air that was blown to prop this guy up has deflated. He’s a media creation, but that house of cards cannot stand against Donald Trump. He will get a bump with this convention. He’ll also mop the floor with Joe when the debates begin. Sorry, Joe is only nine points ahead of Trump supposedly based on the latest string of liberal polls. That’s within striking distance regarding this president. And all it takes is one horrible debate to shake things up mightily.
The fireworks show was amazing...and you know the libs lost their minds.
- Matt Vespa | Aug 27, 2020 11:59 PM est
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- Cortney O'Brien | Aug 27, 2020 11:38 PM est
Unfortunately there is still a big mess outside the White House.
A crowd has surrounded a Secret Service agent who is outside the fence of the White House complex. The crowd is preventing the agents that are inside from opening up the gate. pic.twitter.com/bxDrrh3P0G— Julio Rosas (@Julio_Rosas11) August 28, 2020
- Cortney O'Brien | Aug 27, 2020 11:31 PM est
This moment. Try not to cry.
"Detective Familia was on duty in her vehicle when she was ambushed just after midnight & murdered by a monster who hated her purely for wearing the badge...A single mom, she'd recently asked for the night shift so she could spend more time w/ her kids."—@realDonaldTrump#RNC2020 pic.twitter.com/O7Zu89QShn— GOP (@GOP) August 28, 2020