Scott Walker: American greatness will prevail over the forces of darkness

Scott Walker: American greatness will prevail over the forces of darkness

President Donald Trump speaks from the South Lawn of the White House on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention, Thursday, Aug. 27, 2020, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Alex Brandon The difference between the two parties’ conventions this year was night and day. The Democrats offered a gloomy, regressive vision for America, while the Republicans laid out a forward-looking agenda based on unrelenting pursuit of American greatness. “What united generations past was an unshakable confidence in America’s destiny, and an unbreakable faith in the American people,” President Trump declared in his acceptance speech, noting that whereas the GOP is determined to “SAVE the American dream,” Democrat nominee Joe Biden would be “the destroyer of American greatness” if he is ever given the chance to implement his destructive agenda. “At the Democrat National Convention, Joe Biden and his party repeatedly assailed America as a land of racial, economic and social injustice,” the president reminded us, asking, “How can the Democrat Party ask to lead our country when it spends so much time tearing down our country?” That’s an important question, especially for those of us who live near places that have experienced firsthand the depressing reality that Democrats would inflict on us. Many of us here in Wisconsin recently got a taste of the lawlessness that state and local Democratic officials have allowed to fester for months in places such as Portland, Minneapolis, Seattle and St. Louis. When radical activists in those cities began rioting, looting and even […]

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