Campaign Promises Kept, Trump Still Hated

No one is the same. Not one person can relate 100% to somebody else. It's just a fact. Sometimes, we have to agree to disagree, but in most cases, we see people's egos pummeling through an argument until they have won the final battle. Whose opinion is better? Time after time, I have seen people post up political arguments indicating, "My opinion is right! My opinion is better than yours!" And while their heart is truly for the better, there are instances where fear comes into play. Fear can mean voting for Trump simply because "you" do not like Mexicans or Muslims, without realizing that Trump himself, is not a racist. There is not one thing he has said to be qualified as a "racist." I do feel his extreme vetting is appropriate due to what we have seen with terrorism. The list of countries that have been put on a temporary ban are all the ones that Obama had picked. On top of that, Obama and Clinton were adamant about illegal immigration.

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So now that you have seen both Barack Obama and Bill Clinton say the same exact thing on immigration as Donald Trump has, then why are you tearing Trump apart still? It was OK when they did it, but not Trump. And in my guestimation -- it all has to do with the misinterpreted "racist" remark he said about Mexico.

Tell me where you see "racism" in his commentary.

"When Mexico sends its people, they're not sending their best. They're not sending you. They're not sending you. They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us. They're bringing drugs. They're bringing crime. They're rapists. And some, I assume, are good people."

I hear a wonderful statement by someone, and I'm not sure who that is (you can contact me with the full name if you have it) but it said, "I lock my doors at night, not because I hate the people on the outside, but because I love and want to protect the people on the inside." This is exactly what Trump wants for us: protection. He is not a racist, xenophobe, Islamphobe or homophobe.

What gets me is the fake news that's been spreading like wildfire. The biggest liars are LGBTQ Nation. They want to smear Trump's name and make him look like a bigot.

He's not.

In fact, he is more pro-LGBTQ than Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama ever was. Here's a clip of Hillary Clinton admitting she was against same-sex marriage.

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LGBTQ Nation posted an article that read, "An executive order from President Donald Trump opening up discrimination against the LGBTQ community on the basis of religious belief is expected sometime this week, possibly as soon as today." ---read more here.

Soon after their fake news of Trump's so called "discrimination," a more reliable news source stated something entirely different. In fact, Trump is still enforcing Obama's anti-LGBTQ discrimination order and to protect their rights. And, the left went silent.

When facts are provided to those who have a deep hatred for Trump, the silence is deafening. This is not about opinions here. This is about credible facts that people just want to ignore. Well, what about Obama and Clinton being FOR the wall and being AGAINST same-sex marriage?  That doesn't matter because Trump said it so now it's just bad.

It's a very tense time in the U.S., between family and friends and even coworkers. I had a woman tell me today that she was fired out of nowhere after a political conversation. They found out she was a Trump supporter and later that afternoon, before she tried leaving the office, she was fired for an undisclosed reason. And of course, you can be fired over anything at any given time. That's in the contract that you sign when you first get employed.

If you ask me what my opinion is, I will tell you and respect yours as well. But if you are giving me false information and telling me they're "facts," then I truly don't respect where your opinion is coming from. I don't want to read your "alternative news" and I don't respect misinterpreted quotes. I respect facts. We all should. Or maybe that's just my opinion...

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