1. The first #WalkAwayMarch was an experience I will never forget. It’s hard to encapsulate in words the love, positivity, compassion, and unity that was experienced by all this weekend.
2. We poured our hearts and souls into this event and thousands of people from all walks of life - all races, all genders, all religions, sexual orientations, all together for a weekend of solidarity - focused on making this country a better place.
3. It was overwhelming. I cried my eyes out today - so many stories of miraculous things that happened and the way the pieces all just fell into place. I wouldn’t have traded any of it for the world.
Okay. I see people talking about #WalkAway#WalkAwayMarch and saying it's fake or a Russian scheme. I honestly don't know much about the particulars, but here are some stories with people I know that walked away and why. These are unrelated but the same premise.
I was once an Obama supporter, I supported him during the 2008 election because I thought he would heal the divide
I of course was wrong. Obama did nothing but further the divide, calling Americans in the mid west "bitter clingers" and politicizing every case of a black man getting shot by police and fueling the violent riots and encouraging mistreatment of conservatives.
I wasn't even a Republican at that time, (I still hadn't forgiven them for Bush) but that bothered me on a fundamental level to see how the Tea Party Movement was demonized and deliberately lied about.
1. THREAD: Hurricane Michael- The Untold Story
As many of you know, I had the pleasure of speaking to the leadership of Bikers for Trump about the #WalkAwayMarch this weekend.
2. While I was on the phone with them, they shared with me some of the horrible things that they are dealing with as they help the survivors of Hurricane Michael. This is likely the most underreported story in a long, long time.
3. The people in Panama City and surrounding areas are dealing with some really horrible things, including the local health department and other agencies working AGAINST them.
1. All of the hate that @SenatorCollins is getting, after what was a thoughtful, poignant, passionate, and logical speech in explaining her vote for Kavanaugh, just proves the point we have all been making the entire time.
2. The radical left have no loyalty. They have no moral compass. They have no dignity. They will praise you one moment, and in the same breath will call you the most vile, and hurtful names imaginable.
3. They are rabid. They are vapid. They are bankrupt of soul. And as today has proven, they are powerless and ineffective. Their outbursts are nothing more than childish tantrums - like captured dogs they are thrashing their teeth.