RNC, Day 3: Emotional Storm Surge of Patriotism From America’s Forgotten

“Hurricane Lara” Trump made landfall during the third night of the Republican National Convention at Ft. McHenry—Baltimore.

As the wet and windy Hurricane Laura battered the Gulf Coast states in what we all predicted to be a destructive hurricane season this year — because how else could the bad guys cause chaos for our nation? — voters were not disappointed with the RNC’s line up of speakers who showcased the forgotten men and women of this nation.

Lara Trump, as President Trump’s campaign senior adviser and daughter-in-law, gave insight into the life of a president who genuinely cares about the forgotten men and women of America.

She specifically directed her comments to women, as well, letting voters know that women have truly prospered during the Trump Administration where gender did not determine job qualifications.

“This is not just a choice between Republican and Democrat or left and right — this is an election that will decide if we keep America America, or if we head down an uncharted, frightening path towards socialism,” she said.

“In recent months we’ve seen weak, spineless politicians seek control of our great American cities to violent mobs ‘defund the police’ is the rallying cry for the new radical Democratic Party,” said Mrs. Trump. “Joe Biden will not do what it takes to maintain order to keep our children safe in our neighborhoods.”

The storm surge of emotion that followed lent credence to her words as America’s military, citizen heroes, and #WalkAway Democrats gave impassioned testimony about the way that President Trump has changed their lives.

Mike Pence

Keynote speaker Vice President Mike Pence delivered his re-nomination acceptance speech, as well as remarks detailing what this year’s election is really is about.

“The hard truth is, you won’t be safe in Joe Biden’s America.”

He reiterated points that “the economy is on the ballot; law and order is on the ballot” as he called for an end to rioting and looting across the nation. He also stated that Americans will have to decide this November if America is going to stay America.

The President and First Lady joined Pence, flanked by 17 flags on each side, at the historic fort that inspired Francis Scott Key to write the national anthem following a battle in the War of 1812.

The President and First Lady joined Pence, flanked by 17 flags on each side, at the historic fort that inspired Francis Scott Key to write the national anthem following a battle in the War of 1812.

As the Trumps and Pences stood before a crowd chanting “four more years,” Trace Atkins gave a rousing A cappella rendition of the The Star-Spangled Banner.

Sam Vigil

Sam Vigil, one of America’s forgotten, thanked President Trump for Operation Legend, a Trump Administration effort to reign in violent criminals, which resulted in the capture and arrest of an illegal alien who gunned down Vigil’s wife in their driveway in November, 2019.

Vigil said the Albuquerque police were unable to close his wife’s case and it took eight months for federal officers to do so through Operation Legend, named after slain four-year-old LeGend Taliferro, another one of America’s forgotten.

Albuquerque police were overwhelmed and needed help, he said, but thought that they feared federal assistance might result in an outcome of rioting, such as Portland, Oregon.

“It is a sad irony that Jackie immigrated to the U.S. for a better life than her native Colombia only to be gunned down in her own driveway,” he told the TV audience.

Madison Cawthorn

North Carolina Republican freshman Congressman Madison Cawthorn

Madison Cawthorn, a young conservative who was disabled in a car accident as a teenager and who won an upset victory for Mark Meadows’ open Congressional seat in North Carolina, evoked the sentiments of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“National leaders on the left have normalized emotion-based voting, and a radicalized identity politics that reject (Martin Luther King, Jr’s) dream.”

He continued, “MLK’s dream is our dream,” he said.

“For all Americans to be judged solely on their character. Millions of people risk their lives to come here because they believe in the dream of MLK and the American dream.” He ended his remarks with assistance from two aides who helped him stand for America.

Lou Holtz

Former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz struck a chord with voters as he hit Democrats on abortion and said that Joe Biden was among politicians who are “Catholic in name only.”

He said that a question he considers before supporting a candidate is whether the candidate deserves trust.

“I trust President Trump,” Holtz said, because “nobody has been a stronger advocate for the unborn than President Trump.”

Kayleigh McEnany

White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany opened up about her personal experience battling breast cancer and the hard decision that she had to make about undergoing surgery. She stated that following her mastectomy, Ivanka Trump was the first one who contacted her, but she said she was “blown away” when she received a call from President Trump, himself, inquiring how she was doing.

“I want my daughter to grow up in President Donald J. Trump’s America,” McEnany said.

Scott Dane & Jack Brewer

Among the forgotten were Scott Dane, a Minnesota logger who said that the last time Joe Biden was in office, Minnesota lost half of its mills and half of its jobs, as well as former NFL player and life-long Democrat, Jack Brewer, who says that he is supporting President Trump.

Jack Brewer.

As he told of his family’s role in the struggle for civil rights, Brewer spoke from the heart when he said, “I know what racism looks like, I’ve seen first hand . . . I’m fed up with way he’s treated in media, who refuse to acknowledge what he’s done for black community.”

Kellyanne Conway

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, who is leaving the Trump Administration to focus on her family, praised President Trump because she said he has “elevated” women to leadership roles in his administration and is a “champion” for Americans who are “everyday heroes.”

The only woman to ever run the most successful presidential campaign, Conway said, “President Trump helped me shatter a barrier in the world of politics by empowering me to manage his campaign to its successful conclusion.”

Elise Stefanik

New York’s 21st District Representative, Elise Stefanik, spoke about the American dream and America’s vision as she touted her congressional district’s history.

“Since our nation’s founding, generation after generation of everyday Americans served and sacrificed to preserve and strengthen the American Dream,” said Stefanik, who was the first member of her immediate family to graduate from college and the youngest Republican woman ever elected to Congress.

“The vision of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness – and the idea that if you work hard and dream big, you can achieve anything you imagine.”

Tera Myers

As the president has a made a point to advocate for school choice, forgotten mom Tera Myers, whose son Samuel has Down Syndrome, thanked the president for his support of educational freedom and school choice.

“I would like to extend my thanks to President Trump and his administration for their work towards making every student’s dream of a meaningful education a reality,” Myers said.

She also lauded Trump for his anti-abortion stance, saying she was advised to terminate her pregnancy due to her son’s disability.

Dan Crenshaw

Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw said that America’s heroes aren’t just the ones on the battlefield. The former SEAL who earned two Bronze Stars and lost his eye fighting in Afghanistan said, “It’s the nurse who volunteers for back to back shifts caring for COVID patients because she feels that’s her duty.”

“It’s the parent who will re-learn algebra because there’s no way they’re letting their kid fall behind while schools are closed,” the freshman GOP Congressman said. “And It’s the cop that gets spit on one day and will save a child’s life the next.”

Marsha Blackburn

Tennessee Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn blasted Democrats for supporting nationwide protests against police. She said that the Dems have turned America’s heroes into villains.

Speaking from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington, she said:

“Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and their radical allies try to destroy these heroes, because if there are no heroes to inspire us — government can control us, Leftists try to turn them into villains. They try to ‘cancel’ them. But I’m here to tell you that these heroes can’t be cancelled.”

Cheng Guangcheng

There were more tugs at America’s heartstrings when Cheng Guangcheng, also known as the “Barefoot Lawyer,” recited his torture at the hands of the Chinese Communist Party.

Guangcheng said that anybody who stood up against the regime was beaten and tortured. His choked remarks foretold his gratitude at being granted asylum in the United States.


So, with one night left of the RNC, in a week that landed double hurricanes, a street shoutout in Wisconsin, NBA and MLB on strike for the night, the engineered chaos is at its crescendo.

Tomorrow night, the President will take center stage, accept the Republican Party’s nomination for 2020, and the Final Act will be set.

Unfortunately for the American people, expect the pandemonium over the pandemic, the burning, looting and mayhem, the false flag race war, all of it to continue until that final vote is counted, and America can move forward, again.

Thank the politicians who spoke here and the poor, downtrodden and forgotten who ennobled our lives, even for an evening, allowing us to hear how great that American Dream can truly be for those who strive, work hard and believe.


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