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Trump Fall Campaign Key: Law And Order Versus The Elite

Donald Trump’s lightly reported speech in Virginia Beach on reforming the Veterans Administration and veterans’ issues signaled an important shift in the presidential campaign that few in the establishment media noted and fewer still reported – but it may very well be the winning issue in the campaign. 

Donald TrumpLaw and order, but with a twist that only Trump could deliver.  

“I am the law and order candidate,” Trump said as the audience erupted in applause and cheers.  

“Hillary Clinton on the other hand is weak, ineffective, pandering and [as proven by] her recent email scandal — which was an embarrassment not only to her, but to the entire nation as a whole —  she’s either a liar or grossly incompetent…it’s probably both.” 

Trump drilled down on Clinton’s email use and private server charging it was “willful, intentional and unlawful.” 

“She was fully aware of her guilt. She knew it. She’s probably the most surprised person that she was able to get away with it,” Trump said. “This is calculated, deliberate, premeditated misconduct followed by a cover up that included false statements and lies to Congress, the media and the American people.” 

All of that is true, but it has been said by many others, and had Donald Trump stopped there his speech would have been entirely unremarkable, except that Trump forged on to make this point:

We must maintain law and order at the highest level or we will cease to have a country.” 

“Perhaps it’s easy for politicians to lose touch with reality,” Trump charged, saying they’ve lost touch with real people because they’re being paid by big donors. “The disconnect in America is deep. There are two Americas: the ruling class and the groups it favors, and then everyone else.” 

Trump told the audience that everyone deserves to walk about their communities feeling safe, adding, “without safety, we have nothing.” 

Law enforcement separates civilization from total chaos, Trump went on to explain. “The police are needed the most where crime is the highest.” 

“It’s the job of the next president to make America safe again for everyone,” he stressed. 

“Not only am I the law and order candidate,” but also the “candidate of compassion,” Trump stated, attempting to differentiate himself from Clinton. “We will protect all Americans.” 

“Our police officers run into danger every single day,” but often are “under relentless criticism,” Trump stated, defending law enforcement. “I want our nation’s police to know that we thank you from the bottom of our heart.” 

“We support you and we will always stand with you,” Trump vowed to the police, adding that after the attack in Dallas, “Our whole nation is in mourning.” 

Trump compared the backlash police are facing now days to the backlash Vietnam veterans faced in the past, saying, “For too many police today, that is their daily reality.” 

Just as Donald Trump spoke with sincerity, compassion and conviction in Monessen, Pennsylvania as he explained that America’s economic meltdown is a political and politician-made disaster, so he drove home the point in Virginia Beach that America’s crime, neighborhood security and quality of life meltdown is a politician-made disaster that has created two Americas. 

One America is safe behind the walls and armed security that protect Speaker Paul Ryan, Hillary Clinton and billionaires like Paul Singer and Mark Zuckerberg. 

The other America lives in fear of the illegal aliens, drug dealers, thugs and criminals who politicians like Paul Ryan have been turned loose over and over again to sack poor neighborhoods and destroy the lives of those, like Kate Steinle and Jamiel Shaw Jr., who were unfortunate enough to cross their paths. 

Donald Trump got it exactly right in Monessen, Pennsylvania and Virginia Beach, Virginia. There is a nexus between the breakdown of law and order at the highest levels of our society and the elitism that is turning America into a Third World oligarchy where trade, immigration and economic policy benefit only the Wall Street – Washington – Silicon Valley Axis and there’s one law for Hillary Clinton and another for Kate Steinle and Jamiel Shaw Jr.

George Rasley is editor of ConservativeHQ, a member of American MENSA and a veteran of over 300 political campaigns, including every Republican presidential campaign from 1976 to 2008. He served as lead advance representative for Governor Sarah Palin in 2008 and has served as a staff member, consultant or advance representative for some of America's most recognized conservative Republican political figures, including President Ronald Reagan and Jack Kemp. He served in policy and communications positions on the House and Senate staff, and during the George H.W. Bush administration he served on the White House staff of Vice President Dan Quayle.

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Don't let the computer spell your headlines

I expect the high quality writers here to know the difference between 'verses' and 'versus', and find incorrect usage particularly grating in a headline.

Ouch and Mea Culpa

Regular reader "Mike" is exactly right, auto-fill is often our enemy and I, as the editor, should have caught it...

Don't Worry About Typos The Article Is Stellar

I wouldn't worry too much about a typo because you brought into your article a very important point, which people like Ben Shapiro are misquoting and repeating what they read in the New Yok Slimes, which is the opposite of what Trump has said repeatedly. They're trying to change his narrative and incite a revolt at the convention which will give Hillary the White House in 2017.
Your article was stellar, and too bad the Never Trumps don't actually listen to what he says, rather than report what some dishonest Democrats report in their fallacious articles. Good Grief! God Help America! Jeff Sessions for VP!