It’s clear that the left’s attack on Donald Trump is perpetuated only by bitterness and sour grapes.
They lost the election to a man they worked overtime to destroy. Yet the American people picked him over Hillary and they’ll never forgive us. So they are working to discredit the man before he even takes office.
During the election they ignored his many accomplishment and accolades, instead focusing on non-issues, gossip, and invented stories to tarnish his character. Now that he is the President-elect, they try to downplay the things already happening thanks to his victory, like thousands of new jobs coming to the country.
But there is more they refuse to talk about or discuss, but don’t worry, we’ll do their job for them.
From Allen B. West:
[D]id you know Trump is on track to build one of the most pro-woman cabinets in history? Of course not, because he’s a misogynist, right?
Here’s another thing that’s not getting much airplay. Trump’s inauguration is shaping up to be one of the most faith-based in a very long time, with six religious figures speaking, including Franklin Graham, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, pastor Paula White and Rev. Samuel Rodriguez of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference.
But it’s his inclusion of Rabbi Marvin Hier, the dean and founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles, which really sets his inauguration apart. It’s been 30 years since a Jewish rabbi has been invited to pray during a presidential inauguration. The last one was Rabbi Alfred Gottschalk, head of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, during Ronald Reagan’s 1985 ceremony.
Here’s Rabbi Marvin Hier speaking on the recent Israel/UN events:
Of course the liberal media wouldn’t make a big deal about this; they are so anti-God they can’t even respect when Trump shows support for both Jews and Christians. The people trying to make Trump out to be racist and anti-Semitic can’t talk about his selection of a rabbi to pray at the Inauguration, that would contradict their attack on him!
Rabbit Marvin Hier will recite an original prayer and give Trump and Pence a benediction. This particular rabbi recently criticized the Obama’s administration and the United Nations for their resolution condemning Israel.
Reports are that Trump also invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the ceremony.
Source: Allen B. West