We the People

We the People have been crying out for a change in our country’s direction.

We the People found someone to listen to us.

We the People took Donald J. Trump seriously as a candidate for president.

We the People elected Donald J. Trump for president.

And now, We the People are having a conniption because of fear of the unknown.

For some reason, electing Donald J. Trump, a businessman, a down-to-earth human being, the ONLY candidate who listened to We the People, has been the most exciting and scariest thing that We the People have done in a long time.

And now that we WON, we were actually victorious, against all odds, against all the pollsters, against the entire media, WE WON! And now that we won, we are regretting our decision altogether because the left-wing population is convincing us that we don’t really know Donald J. Trump, that we made a mistake, and that we should feel guilty for what we have done.

First of all, Donald J. Trump isn’t even inaugurated yet, and he hasn’t done a single action as our President, so how can we be angry with him for not keeping his promises? So many people think that he won’t keep his promises, that he will be just like “all the other elites in Washington,” and that he will forget about We the People.

What evidence do we have of this?

I’ll answer that – NONE.

We have no evidence that Trump will not keep his promises to us.

We elected him because he heard our collective voices crying out for change in our country’s path. He promised us he would be our voice, and that he would go to Washington to make big changes – changes we were calling for.

Let’s give Donald J. Trump a chance. Don’t let the left-wing population steal our joy! Don’t let the fear of the unknown stop you from celebrating this great victory! After all, we are victorious! We won the election! And, for the next four years, we will have a President who is truly on our side, the side of We the People.

“We the People, of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.” – The Preamble of the Constitution of the U.S.