Trump Defeats Pro-Abortion Warmongering Hillary and Is the New President of the United States
Trump has won, not only an election. He has defeated Hillary Clinton, one of the most powerful abortion advocates in the world. He has defeated powerful media outlets and pundits, who clearly wanted him to lose. He has defeated several establishments, especially neocons, who have controlled both the Republican Party and the Democratic Party. Now he is officially U.S. President Donald Trump.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said that Trump “had every establishment off his side. Trump does not have one establishment, maybe with the exception of the Evangelicals, if you can call them an establishment. Banks, intelligence, arms companies, foreign money, etc. are all united behind Hillary Clinton. And the media as well. Media owners, and the journalists themselves.”
According to Assange, evangelicals were the only “establishment” supporting Trump. I am an evangelical. I am not an American, but what do I expect from Trump, especially from his foreign policy?
Hillary created ISIS, which has been torturing, raping and slaughtering Christians in the Middle East. Besides, she was at war with Christian values, with the pro-life and pro-family movement and with Russia, which is more conservative today.
She would keep dialogue just with pro-abortion, Islamic and homosexual activists. How do I know? Obama always kept this kind of unilateral dialogue and used the U.S. government as a bestial machine to spread and impose abortion and the homosexual agenda around the world. Hillary would certainly do the same.
With Trump, we expect better.
We expect him to stop the U.S. government from being used as a machine to spread and impose abortion and the homosexual agenda around the world.
We expect Trump to be able to fulfil his promises and continue his confrontation with neocons, who have Christian blood on their hands through their warmongering meddling in Iraq, Libya, Syria and Ukraine. Neocons should be stopped.
In his campaign, Trump kept close contacts with evangelicals and with the pro-life and pro-family movement. In his presidency, we expect him to increase these channels of communication.
In his campaign, Trump confronted neocons over Iraq, Libya, Syria and Ukraine. In his presidency, we expect him to reinforce this necessary confrontation.
In his campaign, Trump stood against Hillary and neocons demonizing Russia and praising Islam. In his presidency, we expect him to fulfill his promises about partnership with Russia and pass measures banning the flood of Islamic immigration to the U.S. We also expect him to fulfil his promise of giving preference to oppressed Christian refugees, who are the main victims of Islamic violence.
Trump’s idea of partnership with Russia against Islamic terror was the most politically incorrect proposal in the modern U.S. history, because neocons’ and Hillary’s intent was exactly opposite: a partnership with Islamic terror against Russia.
May the evangelical “establishment,” which stood with Trump for his electoral victory, keep standing with him for victories against neocons and their warmongering expansionism that spills Christian blood around the world.
Portuguese version of this article: Trump derrota a belicista Hillary pró-aborto e é o novo presidente dos Estados Unidos
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