Trump’s Watershed Moment

What could be a watershed moment in Donald Trump’s campaign was not his statement of contrition for his all-too-often juvenile, ad hominem forays.

Rather, it was his explicit appeal to black families in Milwaukee and across the country whose lives have been decimated by predatory big government policies that foster dependency.

“I am asking for the vote of every African-American citizen struggling in our country today who wants a different future,” said Trump.

Red Rover-ing people over is the beginning. If you want people to come to your party, you have to invite them.

And if you want people to stay, you have to frame the choice before them.

Trump did exactly that in properly referencing the bigoted policies of the Left designed to create a would-be ruled beholden to would-be rulers.

Trump argued that the purposeful deprivation of the Great Society is directly responsible for the need to Make America Great Again.

Hillary and her comrades know that the most assured way to turn someone into a reliable Democrat voter is to make them a de facto ward of the state.

Thus, the choice in our urban centers: live an independent life or exist as a subservient Democrat.

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