Trump Is Restoring Our Troop’s Morale!

Posted November 7th, 2017 by Iron Mike

The photo of our President yesterday with the troops in Japan struck me as a stark and refreshing difference from a year ago….

…and Thank GOD!  I don’t think our troops could have endured much more…

Obama was VERY popular with our young troops early on,  and he often used them as backdrops for his policy speeches….

.until they began to see through him,…and it started to show on their faces.

As Obama’s unpopularity grew – Democrats in many states conspired in 2012 to deny deployed troops their right to vote.   Absentee ballots were mailed out so late they could not be returned in time,…and Democrat-appointed judges ignored the evil.

But the troops understood…..

They ALSO understood that Obama had gone to bed on the night of Tuesday, September 11th, 2012 – the attack in Benghazi – leaving Americans to fight it out and die with the rescue force told to “Stand Down”

Then he lied about it – blaming “a vile internet video”….

It was the key turning point in Obama’s relationship with our military people.

Thus Trump’s stop at Yakota AFB in Japan yesterday was telling.   A year after the 2016 election – these troops are within range of NorK missiles – and they know it.

By their faces,…I’d guess they trust their Commander-in-Chief.

Maybe it’s just because Trump appointed a fighting Marine 4-Star (“Mad Dog” Mattis) as his SecDEF, – while Obama appointed three (3) losers:   2LT Panetta,  the drunk Chuck Hagel,…and the bureaucrat Ash Carter….

God please Bless and Protect our Troops – and their Commander-in-Chief!

2 Responses to “Trump Is Restoring Our Troop’s Morale!”

  1. Panther 6

    The Donald is a totally different personality than the self centered narcissist Barack Hussein Obama. Our military personnel can sense a leader or a phoney. BHO went through the motions but did not mean it. Mr. Trump means it and the troops know that. I truly sense he is the right man at the right time for our nation.

  2. Varvara

    I watched a graduation, at West Point, with BHO, on the television and the camera panned the cadets. They were not smiling. I was in an airport in AZ and there was a gentleman, with military bearing, standing next to me. He was silent and unsmiling. I turned to him and said; ‘disappointing, isn’t he’. The gentleman, in his 80’s, looked at me and agreed.