Saturday, June 08, 2024

Why Sacks is Backing President Trump

David Sacks tweets:
But today I am giving my endorsement to our 45th President, Donald J. Trump, to be our 47th President. My reasons rest on four main issues that I think are vital to American prosperity, security, and stability – issues where the Biden administration has veered badly off course and where I believe President Trump can lead us back. ...

The voters have experienced four years of President Trump and four years of President Biden. In tech, we call this an A/B test. With respect to economic policy, foreign policy, border policy, and legal fairness, Trump performed better. He is the President who deserves a second term.

It is not a close call. The Biden Presidency has been one of the worst ever.

The four big issues are:

1. The Economy
2. Foreign Policy / Ukraine War
3. The Border
4. Lawfare
Any of these would be enough to vote against Biden. While Biden stil has the support of the elites, hardly anyone defends him on these points. Instead they babble about how Trump is the new Hitler.

He is not physically capable of lasting four more years in office, and would leave us with an even worse Kamala Harris.

Here is some Ann Coulter sarcasm:

I have it on the authority of New York Times guest editorialist Norm Eisen that Trump’s 34 felony convictions concern “profoundly serious” crimes. But one point I’m still not clear on is how Trump was supposed to describe his payments to Stormy Daniels. That is, after all, the heart of the case: Trump committed felonies by recording the payment to Daniels — made through his lawyer Michael Cohen — as a “legal expense,” thus creating a “false business record.” How was he supposed to describe it? ...

“Hush money payment to a porn star who was threatening to claim we had sex — a claim as false as the Trump Tower doorman’s allegation I had an illegitimate child with an employee, which is so false that even the media admitit’s false — for the exclusive purpose of hiding the porn star’s (false) claim from the electorate, so that they would vote for me, even though they did vote for me, despite seeing a video one month before the election of me bragging about grabbing women ‘by the p*ssy.’ The Daniels allegation, however, I believe would have pushed them over the edge, so I used my own money to pay Daniels not to lie about me, much like the $30,000 that was paid to the lying doorman.”

If he’d said that, District Attorney Alvin Bragg would have been forced to say, BINGO! That’s exactly what I and The New York Times wanted you to write in your internal business records. Free to go, Mr. Trump.

Good point. If people really think that the 2016 voters had a right to know about the Daniels allegation, did they also have a right to know about the Doorman's allegation of an illegitimate child?

A NY Democrat candidate wants to send Trump supporters to re-education camps:

"Even if we were to have a resounding blue wave come through, as many of us would like, putting it all back together again after we’ve gone through this MAGA nightmare and re-educating basically, which, that sounds like a rather, a re-education camp. I don’t think we really want call it that," she said during the Zoom townhall. "I’m sure we can find another way to phrase it."

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