Once a powerful movement begins it gains force at a rapid rate and pushes aside opposition.
One of the most surprising movements in American political history is barreling forward. “Make America Great Again” gains momentum daily as President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take the oath of office Jan. 20.
His movement resonates with “average,” hard-working citizens who want a better future for themselves and the country.
Joe Wurzelbacher, better known as “Joe the Plumber,” said Tuesday on Fox Business that President-elect Trump’s “Make America Great Again” is more than a slogan.
Wurzelbacher said Trump has let American businesses like Ford, Lockheed-Martin and Boeing know that he plans to work to help them be successful, and to draw any of their outsourced manufacturing back to the States.
“Let’s let American workers work again and let’s work on the failed policies of Barack Obama, the Democratic Party and union leadership that has screwed the American worker,” Wurzelbacher said, characterizing Trump’s stance.
Wurzelbacher pointed to a discussion Ford Motor CEO Mark Fields had with Fox’s “Your World host Neil Cavuto” in which Fields said the company’s decision to expand production in Michigan was a “vote of confidence” for Trump. Wurzelbacher told Fox News it was more proof Trump’s “bully pulpit” works,
He said if Democrats and other Trump critics try to take issue with every one of Trump’s proposals, as some including Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) have said, they are only hurting themselves.
Trump’s movement to “Make America Great Again” is a force to be reckoned with as he takes on all opposition.
The reason his movement is so strong and continues to surge forward is because it is fueled by the fire burning in the bellies of American citizens.
The people elected Trump, and their will is what he pushes forward.
Source: Fox News