The Accomplishments of President Trump - Part 1
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Good morning, friends! I hope you are all doing lovely as Spring rolls around and narratives continue to crumble!
What is my purpose with this article? Well, we all know people in our lives, as well as pundits and every leftist imaginable who like to screech that President Trump accomplished very little, or nothing while in office.
I’m here to refute those claims with copious amounts of evidence proving otherwise.
These accomplishments won’t be in any particular order. This first article will be highlighting his governmental-related accomplishments while in office. I will be providing you fine folks with 20 of my favorite examples of how President Trump upended DC’s status quo from the standpoint of government.
So, without any further delay, let’s have a look at some of President Trump’s accomplishments while in office.
President Trump nominated, and confirmed, 3 Justices to the Supreme Court Of The United States:
Most Presidents never even get the opportunity to appoint one Supreme Court Justice, let alone three. It should be noted that all three of these Justices played a pivotal role in Roe v. Wade being overturned.
President Trump signs historic USMCA trade deal, which opened the job market and brought many jobs back to America instead of seeing those same jobs sent overseas:
This trade agreement was a major victory for President Trump, as it replaced the disastrous NAFTA agreement put in place by good ole’ Billy Jeff.
One of President Trump’s biggest priorities, and biggest accomplishments - His fight against Human Trafficking. Relatively early on in his Presidency, he made it a priority:
More human trafficking arrests and prosecutions took place under President Trump than the previous 3 Presidents combined. Let it sink in that Maxwell, Epstein, and Weinstein were all allowed to roam free until President Trump took office.
One of President Trump’s bigger accomplishments was the fact that he was able to nominate well over 170 Federal Judges:
We saw the importance of President Trump replacing so many Federal Judges during the Covid Plandemic. There were plenty of judges that did the right thing and overturned draconian mandates and executive orders.
Another under the radar accomplishment of President Trump’s was signing into law a bill protecting disability benefits for veterans who declare bankruptcy:
No President in my lifetime has done more to take care of and respect the United State Military the way President Trump did, and this is but one small example of that.
In a move that shocked many—even though President Trump said this was coming—he met with North Korean President Kim Jong Un, and in doing so became the first sitting United States President to enter the DMZ:
In a move which signaled his power-moves regarding foreign policy, President Trump met with Kim Jong Un which, began the process of securing peace with North Korea, and getting Kim Jong Un to back down from his nuclear rhetoric.
In another move geared towards helping our military veterans, President Trump signed a bill aimed at helping to prevent suicides amongst veterans:
It has become all too commonplace to hear of our service veterans receiving little to no help upon returning home or completing their service to their country. President Trump made many moves aimed at helping our veterans, and this is just another example.
President Trump also did a lot to help the victims of 9/11, such as signing this bill, which went towards establishing a fund that goes to help the first responders and volunteers of the 9/11 attacks:
Most are unaware of the following fact: On the day of 9/11, Donald Trump provided thousands of contractors to aid in clean up and rescue along with providing food for those on scene.
President Trump also took on the opioid epidemic head on. In this instance, he signed a bill aimed at promoting research to find new drugs for pain management that will not be addictive:
With this bill, President Trump opened the gateway for other avenues of pain relief to be researched as opposed to opiates. It is a good step in beginning to help this country get away from the opiate crisis we currently face.
President Trump also took on genocide, as was shown when he signed into a law an act aimed at increasing the United States response to emerging genocidal situations in the world:
The purpose of this bill was to allow the United States to view genocide as a national security matter. It established the Mass Atrocities Task Force, and requires instances of atrocities to be reported to Congress. This is important in that it allows us to act in cutting off a potential genocidal regime before they can even get going.
President Trump took aim at Big Pharma as well, signing into law a bill which reduced the cost that patients pay for prescription medication:
This was one of many moves in which President Trump took on Big Pharma head on. He also moved to lower the cost of insulin, and increased Medicare benefits.
In another move aimed at Big Pharma, President Trump signed a bill which lifted a gag order against pharmacists speaking about ways to save money on prescriptions:
This was a shot across the bow of insurance companies, as they were the ones installing these gag orders in the first place. At this point, I believe it is becoming pretty clear that President Trump was taking aim at the corporations that have been milking Americans dry for decades.
This one made his enemies screech from the mountain tops, and they still are. In a move applauded by many on our side, President Trump signed an Executive Order to keep the Guantanamo Bay Military Prison open. (Interesting that The Resident hasn’t been able to shut Gitmo down, eh?)
There are, of course, many theories surrounding Guantanamo Bay, and what its true purpose may be. I’m not here to speculate, but I will say that I find it interesting that so many bad actors want it shut down, yet Biden has been absolutely powerless to do so. Things that make ya go, “hmmmm…”
As I highlighted above, President Trump waged war against child trafficking from the moment he set foot in the Oval Office. The following example is yet another bill he signed aimed at fighting child trafficking:
This bill removed protections for certain platforms that enabled child trafficking, and subsequently led to the takedown of BackPage.com.
Despite being lamented as a racist all too often, President Trump is anything but. In this example, President Trump signs a bill that will enable the construction of a Martin Luther King Jr. National Park:
Funny how his critics label him a racist, when up until becoming President, he was constantly lauded by leaders of the black community for his work with minorities, including winning the Ellis Island Award—given to leaders in the NYC community that do the most to help advance minorities in the city—in the early 90’s.
He also took aim at those who choose to attack religion by signing a bill that expanded hate crime protections to religious institutions:
Even though the article mentions synagogues and Jewish institutions, which were under attack, this bill offers protection and stiffer penalties against crimes committed on any religious institution, whether it be Christian, Jewish, Muslim etc.
President Trump was most certainly a “Law & Order” President, and this bill leaves no doubt about his stance on taking care of those who toe the thin blue line to keep all of us safe:
This bill also targeted drug cartels and criminal organizations. It granted the DOJ the power and means to bring these criminals to justice in any which way they deem fit.
Up above, I mentioned how President Trump’s picks for SCOTUS ended up helping overturn Roe v. Wade, and I also pointed out how he signed a bill protecting the life of newborns who survived abortion. This next bill reduced funding for abortions nationwide:
President Trump made it very clear that he was Pro-Life, and his actions while in office supported that stance every step of the way. I would not be surprised to see abortion become illegal altogether once he returns to office.
President Trump did what no President before him did—He declassified and released the JFK files. Even though this has been met with red tape since, it doesn’t mitigate the fact that he started the process:
I have a feeling more will come from these files when President Trump returns to office. After declassifying them, various agencies began wrapping them up in red tape and stalling further releases. We have even seen Ezra Cohen Watnick comment on these files, and I do believe we will see these files released at some point after Trump gets back to the White House.
President Trump brought Space Force to fruition, in a move that mirrored that ambition of one of his idols (JFK):
I am of the opinion that we still don’t realize the importance of Space Force.
What I do know is that all military communications go through Space Force now, and that Space Force more than likely has something to do with defending our country on an even deeper level than we can currently comprehend.
And with that, I am now at the close of Part One of this series.
Remember, in this section, I only covered government related accomplishments. In part two, I will be covering his economic accomplishments, and part three will focus on national security.
I hope this article can go toward showing some doubters in your life that President Trump is perhaps the most accomplished President of the past 40 years. He took action against Big Pharma. He propped up veterans and law enforcement. He expanded job markets, and he kept peace. He truly is one of a kind, and this country cannot get him back a second too soon.
For now, thank you all so much for reading! As always, I hope you all have a most blessed week.
God Bless all of you, and God Bless America.
Continue on to Part 2.
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