Donald Trump in front of supporters.
Donald Trump in front of supporters during a campaign rally // Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore /

It will be much easier for President Donald Trump to win in 2020 than it was in 2016.

The president doesn’t really have to spend money on campaign ads because there is no greater motivation to vote for Donald Trump then showing radical Democrats such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar or Rashida Tlaib who have become the face of today’s Democratic Party. They’re the ones now leading the charge to impeach Trump and remove him from office.

Nancy Pelosi is no longer the leader of the House of Representatives. She is not in charge. The party has been taken over by people who believe America is a terrible place that must be fundamentally transformed.

Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 may have been one of the lowest points for a House speaker in American history. The president was before the United Nation representing our country and the speaker couldn’t show courage and for once do what’s best for the country — instead, she announced “an official impeachment inquiry.”

Tell Ocasio-Cortez and her radical base that removing Trump is pure fantasy since the Constitution requires a two-thirds supermajority in the Senate to convict a person who’s been impeached. You need twenty Senate Republicans to fall on their sword and vote with Democrats.

What do these Democrats think would happen if they impeached the president? Do they think the 60 million people who voted for Trump are going to just sit back and allow you to remove him from office? Are they okay with Mike Pence being president? Their hate has clouded their judgment.

The one way to remove Trump from office is through the ballot box.

Unfortunately for Democrats, they won’t win because voters don’t want transgender men to have abortion rights, nor do I believe giving illegal immigrants healthcare or requiring universal background checks are popular ideas. I don’t believe farmers in Iowa want a small elite from Washington or New York restricting them from farming in the name of climate change. However, Democrats pander to this narrow group of Ivy League professors and Hollywood actors while alienating working-class people. In 2020 as in 2016 Democrats don’t know who the Silent Majority is or who supports Trump but we will rise like the Phoenix and vote out everyone with a “D” next to their name.

Donald Trump will highlight every statement by Omar, Tlaib and Ocasio-Cortez to paint them as the face of the Democratic Party.

Trump doesn’t want Joe Biden. He’s praying the radicals get their wish and nominate Elizabeth Warren, who is the female version of Micheal Dukakis. Warren is a one-trick pony whose core issue is railing against the One Percent when she’s a one-percenter herself. The media hasn’t asked her anything about foreign policy or the military. We don’t know how she’ll handle such hot spots as North Korea, Russia, Ukraine, Iran, Saudi Arabia or Yemen.

The Ukraine scandal is doing more harm to Biden than Trump. While the two stories may be separate, there are similarities, namely elites using their influence to get special privileges. Could an average person who was kicked out of the Naval Reserve for drug use sit on the board of a foreign company and receive as much as $50,000 per month?

Both Biden and Warren have spent their political lives claiming they are champions of the little guy while neither has created jobs or produced anything. They made their fortunes off of taxpayer money. Trump has built skyscrapers and signed paychecks. When you show that contrast Trump will win easily in 2020.

Although I voted Trump in 2016 I still considered myself a Democrat. I have now finally registered as Republican. I never donated to a campaign and I just gave $45.

Maybe the best thing that can happen to the Democrats is they get beat resoundingly. Maybe a Bill Clinton or a Donald Trump will emerge in the Democratic Party, someone who will stand up to the radicals and force them back to the Communist Party. Then the Democrats can get back to once again standing up for the working people, not these Anti-American subversives who today pose as Democrats.

Jeffery McNeil is an artist and vendor with Street Sense Media.