Ben Stein Praises Trump’s Speech To Congress: “Promise Of Still Greater Things To Come”

The conservative economist and film actor Ben Stein recently slammed CNN for their endlessly biased coverage of Trump. Now he’s singing the praises of Trump’s speech to congress and the nation.

He writes at the American Spectator:

A super speech filled with the promise of still greater things to come.

Let’s not kid ourselves. That was a super speech. Not flowery, except that in parts it was eloquent without being flowery. Not poetry, except that it was poetry. It was a blast from the heart of the heart of America. It was as if Mr. Trump did not even have to use words. His sincerity and power in touching what Americans want to hear was beyond prose.

The days of being pushed around — especially by the worst elements in our own country — are over. We’re proud to be Americans. We have nothing to be ashamed of, so we’re going to stop being ashamed.

The world is a dangerous place, so we’re going to rearm. There are people out there who want to hurt us badly. It’s Trump’s priority to keep them far away. The streets of America have roaming gangs of savage beasts. Trump will save the urban Americans by locking up the savage beasts.

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The cops are our saviors here on earth. So we’re not going to lambaste them and shame them with nonsense about “systemic racism.” We’re behind them. Mr. Trump, with us standing with the men and women in blue, has got their backs. He’s not going to stab them in the back the way recent high officials have done: he’s going to protect their back and their front.

There’s more. Read the whole thing.

Mr. Stein makes great points.

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It’s a new beginning in the United States of America!



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