The American Renaissance: Chapter Eight: America’s Second Civil War
By Michael Moriarty
President Donald Trump, last week, gave what I consider to be the finest State of the Union speech of my lifetime.
For the fifty some years of my politically aware life (out of my 76 years on Earth), no President, particularly in the critically divided nation that America is right now, has ever shared both the impressive achievements of his own first year in office but simultaneously had to deliver his inspiring message to such a pugnaciously and, in fact, disgustingly hate-filled opposition party, one which also included the Bush-inspired, resentful Republicans in Name Only.
Donald Trump, having met him once, has, admittedly, one of the most contemptuous and dismissively arrogant personal styles I have ever encountered in my entire lifetime.
The content and achievements of his first year in office, however, inspires not only my approval but also my most heartfelt admiration and gratitude that after 20 years of post-Reagan insanity in office – the Presidencies of two Bushes, one Clinton and one Barack Hussein Obama – after those nightmares, the meat and potatoes, American priorities for the traditional United States are now being returned to the White House by President Donald Trump!
Even before the healthy and refreshing Presidency of Ronald Reagan, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy signaled a level of corruption in high office that, despite both Reagan and Trump, has yet to be overcome.
In my opinion, the Democratic Party of the United States is now a proven traitor to the central meanings of the United States which are contained in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States and its Bill of Rights.
Here is the incontrovertible evidence of over 20 years ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txukr5zgHnw
In that speech, President George H. W. Bush, without one ounce of Congressional approval, is more than willing to hand American sovereignty over to the United Nations and the treasonous concept of a “New World Order”.
The Founding Fathers of America on, from Washington to Jefferson to Abraham Lincoln to FDR, to Reagan and, yes, to Donald Trump, laid down and have maintained the most divine principles of government ever seen implemented with such universal success.
However, the Democrats and Republican George H. W. Bush apparently have a much better idea than those contained in America’s founding principles.
For world peace,
In a situation like this, perhaps it takes a man like Donald Trump, with his bottomless self-confidence and possibly justifiable arrogance, to drag the American government out of the “swamps” of its corruption, up into the daylight and safely onto her profoundest identity as the finest and strongest protector of individual human rights worldwide.
The United States of America is and has been, for over 225 years, the most indomitable protector of worldwide rights for the individual in human history.
Michael Moriarty is a Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor who starred in the landmark television series Law and Order from 1990 to 1994. His recent film and TV credits include The Yellow Wallpaper, 12 Hours to Live, Santa Baby and Deadly Skies. Contact Michael at email@example.com. He can be found on Twitter at https://twitter.com/@MGMoriarty.