Politicians are having an increasingly difficult time convincing Americans that they have our best interest at heart. We’ve proved that we see through their lies when we elected President Trump, and they’re not super happy about it.
Both sides of the isle are sweating bullets as they realize that their days of cushy jobs in Washington might be numbered. According to country music super star Charlie Daniels, they have plenty to be nervous about. The singer made a name for himself talking about the movements of the devil, and apparently, he thinks he sees some of the same traits in politicians today.
He wrote an open letter to all politicians, effectively putting them on notice on behalf of Americans who are ready for them to shape up or ship out.
Via CNS News:
Politics is no longer public service. It is a jaded, high stakes game, played by power drunk career politicians who have only two priorities in their lives, and the prosperity and security of the United States is not one of them. Reelection and power have taken the place of patriotism and honor in an atmosphere where betrayal is acceptable and common sense is as scarce as unicorns.
I’ll let you in on a little secret, Donald Trump is not a member of their club either, and while I’m very well aware that his juvenile name-calling and acerbic tweets do not serve him well sometimes, the main problem the establishment has with Donald Trump is not Russia.
You see, if what Trump is trying to do is successful, there will be no need, for the Schumers, Pelosi’s and Soroses will spend millions of dollars in vain.
If American industry does come back, if the economy does soar, if the chronic influx of illegal immigrants does ebb, if our streets are ridded of violent street gangs, if the Supreme Court is again weighted toward constitutionality, patriotism and common sense, if our one-sided international trade deals are either fixed or discarded, if our military does regain and retain its rightful place as the best equipped, best manned, most technologically advanced and highly motivated on the planet, if the little Pillsbury Doughboy in North Korea gets his chubby butt handed to him, if Iran’s feet are held to the fire, if American energy sources are tapped and utilized to make us totally energy independent, if these and other goals of the Trump administration are reached, the days of the career politician are over.
The man has a point. You can’t really argue with that logic, considering the events of recent months. This isn’t the first time Daniels has dabbled in politics either.
Before the election of President Trump, the country icon starred in an advertisement for the NRA, sending a warning to terrorist the world over.
Maybe you’re concerned that Daniels doesn’t really know much about politics. And to that I would say; that’s kind of the point. So many people know how to run diplomatic missions, but they don’t know how to reasonably consider what would be best for the people they used to live among, and Americans are tired of it.
There’s a reason that those who serve in the congressional branch of government are chosen from among the people; it’s so that when they come back for fund raising or re-election, their Aunt Edith can grab them by the ear and give them a good tongue lashing if they haven’t been doing what they were told up in Washington. It’s so that those who represent the districts can go there, knowing the struggle of their people. Or at least that’s what it’s supposed to be.
(H/T: Breitbart News)