On November 8, Americans are going to have a very unpleasant decision to make. One major presidential candidate is Donald Trump, a lecherous misogynist who might be guilty of multiple sexual assaults against women. The other is Hillary Clinton, a woman whose policy positions and judiciary selections could very well lead to the end of our country as we know it. Third party candidates and independents are not an option, as they have no realistic chance of winning. We have to choose between Trump and Clinton.
I’m going to vote for Trump, even with the knowledge that he is possibly a sexual predator. Here’s why. Let’s suppose that everything that’s been said about Trump by his accusers is true. If any of these allegations are proven while he is still president, Trump would likely have to resign or be removed from office via the impeachment process. So, the worst case scenario that could come from electing Trump in spite of his sexual behavior is that we would get Mike Pence, a great and respected American, as president.
With Clinton, on the other hand, the stakes are much higher. After the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, there are now five liberals on the Supreme Court compared to only three constitutionalists. If elected, Clinton would immediately pick another liberal, increasing their advantage to six-to-three. And, chances are, she would get anywhere from one to three more picks, not to mention all the openings on the other federal courts that she would get to fill. Clinton and her like-minded cronies on the federal bench would then begin to gut or greatly limit both the First and Second Amendments. If what you have to say is too political incorrect, you won’t be allowed to say it anymore. If they don’t want you to have a gun, you won’t get one. In addition, Clinton would make her long-held dream of open borders come true. She would also legalize partial-birth abortion and pay for it with your tax dollars.
Please don’t vote based on an emotional knee-jerk reaction. Think of the actual consequences first.