(Liberty Bell) – Nobody in the mainstream media really seems to truly understand President Trump and his supporters.
While the left attributes our support for President Trump to “brainwashed cult-like” behavior, those on the right aren’t much better.
It has never been about President Trump himself. It has always been about his message and what he has been fighting for.
Those of us who support President Trump, support him because he defends liberty and freedom. He fights against corruption and the establishment swamp in Washington DC. He gave a voice to those of us who were being forgotten and left behind by the power-hungry elites. The list goes on and on.
Since the stolen election he voiced what millions of us knew in our own hearts and minds: the election was stolen. He was willing to fight for truth and election integrity while it seemed like everyone else in Washington DC was just fine going back to the status quo.
We don’t believe there was a stolen election because President Trump said so or just because he “lost.” We believe it because we see the truth and understand that Joe Biden winning 81 million votes is completely detached from reality.
Now, in the wake of the official certification by Congress of the fraudulent election, media pundits are attempting to take it upon themselves to understand how Trump supporters think and feel and quite frankly, none of their interpretations, even well-meaning ones, are accurate.
“Fox & Friends” co-host Ainsley Earhardt found herself under attack by liberals for comments she made on Friday over the 75 million Americans who voted for President Trump being concerned for the future.
Everything she was saying was actually not too inaccurate, until one of the other co-hosts chimed in that we are all “confused” which Earhardt repeated.
“There are 75 million people that voted for President Trump. And they are scared. They are worried about what the future of this country looks like. They are confused and heartbroken that their candidate didn’t win and they don’t want to be forgotten,” she said.
Ainsley Earhardt: “There are 75 million people that voted for President Trump. And they are scared. They are worried about what the future of this country looks like. They are confused and heartbroken that their candidate didn't win and they don't want to be forgotten.” pic.twitter.com/OcqMYGjJtG
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) January 8, 2021
Trump supporters are most definitely concerned about the future but as far as being “confused” or “heartbroken,” it would be more accurate to say “angry” and “betrayed.”
While her depiction of Trump supporters wasn’t inflammatory, though not entirely accurate, she went on to cite Tucker Carlson’s Thursday night monologue in which he talked about the country’s “monomaniacal” focus on “one man.”
He also pondered about whether “any single person, anyone,” was “worth all of” the “time and attention” President Trump received.
The reality is that it was never about Trump but rather what he represented and stood for.
Nonetheless, Earhardt’s comments were met with sharp criticism from liberals who eagerly claim they have been victims for the last four years.
“Sorry Ainsley, after 4 years of hearing ‘f**k your feelings’ and watching a right wing mob assault the US Capitol, Biden voters aren’t really ready to shed any tears for poor disgruntled Trump supporters,” one user stated.
Sorry Ainsley, after 4 years of hearing "f**k your feelings" and watching a right wing mob assault the US Capitol, Biden voters aren't really ready to shed any tears for poor disgruntled Trump supporters.
— W. M. (@Minuteman04) January 8, 2021
It was all good and well, however, when the rest of us were forced to watch Antifa and Black Lives Matter burn, loot, vandalize, attack, and destroy cities across the country for months on end.
“Ah yes, I remember well when the US Capitol was stormed and vandalized by thousands of angry liberals on January 6, 2017 when Clinton’s defeat was finalized, so I guess you’re right, Ainsley,” another wrote.
Ah yes, I remember well when the US Capitol was stormed and vandalized by thousands of angry liberals on January 6, 2017 when Clinton's defeat was finalized, so I guess you're right, Ainsley. https://t.co/5PnP29qJzJ
— Derek Kompare (@d_kompare) January 8, 2021
Though it is disputable that those who stormed the Capitol were actual Trump supporters, the fact remains that the 2016 election was not rigged and stolen despite the left’s best efforts at convincing the American people of the Russia collusion hoax.
“Ainsley Earhardt saying that 75 million people are confused and scared about Trump losing is her version of ‘there are fine people on both sides,’” yet another wrote.
Ainsley Earhardt saying that 75 million people are confused and scared about Trump losing is her version of "there are fine people on both sides."
— Exploding Tree Singh MD 🌊 (@LabyrinthWeaver) January 8, 2021
Liberals will never be convinced that President Trump isn’t all of the horrible things the mainstream media has told them he is. They will also never see Trump supporters as fellow Americans, ever.
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