(Tea Party PAC) – The Democrats have been trying for four years to portray Trump as Satan, literally Hitler, a despot, demagogue, and tyrant.
Reality, however, shatters this narrative pretty quickly.
There are probably very few Trump supporters who think that he’s infallible, but there are millions who can see he is the clear choice for our country, and that he has done an objectively great job as POTUS.
It’s not about ideology, it’s about performance and what’s best for our country. Despite all his “mean tweets” and incessant trolling of the mainstream media (which plenty of his supporters love), Trump has been a pretty moderate president.
What makes him radical, however, is that he has put our country and the needs of the American people above party politics, and the left absolutely can’t stand this.
So they’re likely in hysterics that NFL legend Brett Favre just affirmed that Trump, in fact, has been good for our country.
In July, Favre played golf with the president at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, New Jersey golf club, which he recently told the Washington Examiner he would have done with any president who had invited him.
“Well, I think the fact that I went and played golf with him, the assumption is that I support him. I think he’s done a good job for our country. Is he perfect? By no means is he perfect. Tell me someone who is perfect other than Jesus Christ, and I’ll call you a liar,” the legendary quarterback said.
He explained that he and Trump had mostly avoided politics and enjoyed the game.
“I was pleasantly surprised that the president can play golf. He plays extremely fast. It was very engaging conversation,” he explained.
President Trump “asked a lot about football, not really in a negative sense but who I thought were the really good players right now, the up-and-coming players, what about guys that I played against defensively. You know, general questions. In fact, at one time, he said, ‘Hey, if I’m asking too many football questions, just let me know.’
“I said, ‘I’d rather you do that than politics because I know a lot less about politics than I do football.’ And he said, ‘You’re much better off.’”
“I think the fact that I went and played golf with him, the assumption is that I support him…I told all the haters out there: I would go play golf with Barack Obama had he asked me. It’s an honor. And I respect the office of the presidency of the United States of America regardless of who is in office, and consider it an extreme honor to be asked to participate in golf or any other event by the president,” he explained.
BizPac Review notes:
As Favre may have been alluding to, in the increasingly woke-dominated sports industry, saying anything nice or conciliatory about President Trump constitutes almost a no-go zone. Once a good pal of Trump, for example, superstar quarterback Tom Brady has backed away from their longtime friendship to avoid all the hassle around the time that left-wing sports reporters flipped out when they spotted a MAGA hat in his locker gifted to him by his former boss, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.
Now the signal-caller for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Brady, who is consistently non-political, was among the players in past years skipping a visit the White House with the Pats for the ceremonial Super Bowl celebration with the president.
Given the locker room and social media peer pressure from the SJW cohort, Jason Whitlock of Outkick is among those who maintain that what professional athletes say or don’t say about politics publicly is often different from their private feelings.
“I’m not a rah-rah guy. I tend to keep a lot of my thoughts to myself. But I do think that [Trump has] done a good job. Again, perfect? No, but he’s trying,” Favre said.
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