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Today is the Day

Today is the big day! The days of elections, or in other terms, our last day of free Americans!

I’ve always said that I do not sign for any of the candidates. Johnson is just plain dumb, & either candidate – Trump or Hillary – will lead us straight into a war. If Hillary wins, we will be watching WW3 break down right in front of us, & if Trump wins, we will be battling a civil war, right here on our home turf.

Let’s check out their closing arguments

Trump is vowing to make America safe and prosperous again and Clinton is vowing to unite a divided nation.

“Anger is not a plan,” Hillary said in Pittsburgh. Then following with, “Tomorrow we face the test of our time, Will we come together as a nation or split further apart? … We don’t have to accept a dark and divisive vision for America. Tomorrow you can vote for a hopeful, big-hearted America.”

While Obama said he’s had to “bite my tongue” throughout the “nonsense” of the campaign, he hit back at “vicious, crazy” attacks against Clinton. (But he’s not worried about anything else? funny)

Clinton returned to the campaign trail Monday, less than 24 hours after the FBI concluded that she is innocent, in terms of her personal email use as secretary of state, lifting a cloud off her campaign in the final hours as she seeks to become the first woman elected president in U.S. history.

Clinton spent the day blasting what she called her opponent’s “divisive vision” for America, & Trump blamed her and her husband’s policies for manufacturing job losses and vowed a change if he’s elected. So we’re on our final day and still having petty back and forth arguments? smh.

Trump vowed to bring back the auto industry, “bigger, better and stronger than ever before.”

“We’re going to have real change, not Obama change.”

“Now the cars are made in Mexico, and you can’t drink the damn water in Flint,” he said.

Trump reminded the Grand Rapids audience of his pledge to build a wall on the southern border.

“Who’s going to build the wall?” Trump asked.

“Mexico,” the crowd shouted back.

So again, we’re facing one of the most serious & important decisions of our lives. The GOP elections have never been more important. I can’t tell you who to vote for, because, again, they’re all poisonous to me. 

Just make sure you’re making the morally correct choice, & God be with us all.  

 

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