Politics is a funny thing.

Our government, started by patriots who had risked their very lives to challenge the most powerful country in the world for its freedom, was set up to be subordinate to the people, at if not should be replaced.

As with other countries in history, those with wealth over time are able to wield their power and influence to get politicians to do their bidding, or to become a powerful politician, doing double damage.

The reason President Trump is so loved and hated at the same time is that he came into office with a huge amount of influence and wealth, lived and worked amongst the wealthiest people worldwide, yet maintained a connection with the blue-collar worker by visiting his worksites and blessing those, in his path, private most of the time.

The political system has morphed into a quid pro quo environment in which if you sign onto my bill, I will sign on to yours. Or Mr. President, if you want to get things done on Capitol Hill, you must acquiesce to our wishes in return.

President TRUMP will not play by the rules, which increases his popularity with the working class, yet increasing the loathing from the establishment.

This is why people you would not expect to support a conservative President, do proudly.

Via Gateway Pundit

Country rock and rap star, Kid Rock, doesn’t make any secret of his support for President Trump.

Only 3 months after Trump’s inauguration, Kid Rock and his fiance Audra Berry, Ted Nugent and his wife Shemane, and Sarah Palin paid him a visit at the White House.

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In March, President Trump and Kid Rock spent the day on the golf course together. Kid Rock tweeted about golfing with the president and thanked him for inviting him to golf at Trump International and “for being so wonderful.” Kid Rock called Trump a “great man” who is “so down to earth and fun to be with.”

Today, in an Instagram post, Kid Rock (Robert Ritchie) clarified his unrelenting support for President Trump and announced that he would be joining Donald Trump Jr. at a rally tonight in Macomb County, MI for his re-election.

Ritchie explained that he’s been dealing with a chronic pain issue in his neck and back for the past 30 years, but that he wasn’t going to let that stop him from performing at the rally tonight. In his Instagram post, he included a photo of himself being injected with steroids to help him deal with the pain before the event.

Here’s the Instagram post showing an image of Kid Rock getting steroid injections.

100 Percent Fed Up shared exclusive videos and photos with The Gateway Pundit of the MAGA event in “must-win” Macomb County, MI, a county that Trump won in 2016, but hasn’t been won by a Republican since Reagan.

Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle are joining Kid Rock tonight for a Make America Great Again event at 7 p.m. EST at Bumpers Landing Boat Club in Harrison Township, MI. The event will take place in

Trump supporter Rosemary George got a front-row seat to the rally and exclusively shared videos and photos from the event.

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One more song, “What I Learned Out On the Road,” before Kid Rock’s warm-up, concludes and the band gets ready for the show later tonight.

Many of the lyrics in Kid Rock’s songs include references from his home state of Michigan:“He’s a bad mamma jamma from Detroit city, Rock from southern Alabama back to Mackinaw City.”

A great night of connecting people from all walks of life, united behind a love for the country and huge supporters of a billionaire, who fights daily for them while fighting against the efforts of those who want to retake all the power.

I don’t think we will ever have another Donald J. Trump personality and skill set in the Oval Office, so appreciate the moment and vote on November 3rd for four more years of MAGA Time.

Eric Thompson

Conservative Independent Syndicated Political Writer and Talk Show Host.
Fighting to preserve traditional America, one article at a time.

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  • Question for you. Back in the 80s, there was a big push by civil rights leaders to get more black police officers. Lots of black people stepped up for that. Where are the Al Sharptons and Jesse Jacksons now while black cops are being called coons and oreos?