A long and weary night that was full of anticipation well into the morning hours ended with first a phone call from Secretary Clinton congratulating President elect Trump and was then capped off with a speech from Donald Trump that was presidential in tone and unifying in message. “Make America Great Again” was the slogan and after 8 years of divisive politics the American people made it clear that establishment politics and status quo no longer has a place in a Constitutional Republic. This was a moment of celebrations across the nation, however, as Trump himself stated, “The movement has just begun.” Acknowledging how it was a tough road and a hard-fought battle the next four years will be tougher. Campaigning is one thing, but fulfilling campaign promises is another battle all together.

On his way to the White House Donald Trump mowed down establishment career politicians like a seasoned veteran, not like a new kid on the block. Heavy hitters like Senator Cruz, Governor Christie, and even Governor Bush proved no match for the message that Trump was sending out. A message that towards the end of the campaign came to be known as “drain the swamp.” He started the draining process in the primary part of this election cycle. With the American people fed up with politics and the way the country is moving the message resonated and reverberated all the way to the polls.

Now with the election over with Trump can have a small window to celebrate as he now has to put together an administration that can complete his vision for America moving forward. Obamacare, the economy, border control and other campaign promises will be at the forefront of the people’s minds as we see a Trump administration come into view. I am convinced November 8th, 2016 belonged to those hopeful in seeing the Republic restored and the Constitution brought back as law of the land and not usurped for ideological and a global agenda.

What does this mean for the shadow government that has used America as its global playground for decades? Only time will tell, obviously, but I think the elite are scratching their heads and looking for their “safe place” about now. Trump has gone after the elite the last 18 months and now with a majority in Congress and the American people behind him he has an unprecedented moment in history to end the corruption in Washington once and for all. Being the business man he is I hope he uses this time to abolish the disastrous and failed Obamacare, dismantle the draconian TPP, and truly select Supreme Court Justices’ that are Constitutionally driven and focused on restoring the values that we have seen previous administration give up on.

One change I am personally looking forward to seeing is the dishonest, embedded, corrupt mainstream media collapse. They have been on the verge of destruction and tinkering on the edge of their own demise and now is the time to bring our media and the talking heads to justice. The elite and global agenda has long used the media to spew the narrative and at the cost of selling out America, they went along with it.

CNN, or as it has been dubbed this election, Clinton News Network, was in the pocket for the Clintons and the elite and it showed as their ratings and viewership reach dismal all-time lows. This was another victory for the American people as we chose to vote with our dollars and not continue to support the narrative we have all grown tired of having rammed down our throats. Journalist was protecting crimes and calling those that expose the crimes the criminals. Wikileaks played a huge role in bringing attention to the false liberal media and change in news coverage and journalism is coming quickly.

Trump campaigned hard against NAFTA which “unionized” North America literally erasing the borders between Canada and the U.S. and Mexico and the U.S. making us the American Union. Just like the globalist did with the European nations when they unionized Europe making it the European Union. National sovereignty will be a thing of the past as collectivizing mankind under a global World Government headed by the United Nations is the ultimate goal. I hope a President Trump administration can see this as his focus, thus far, has been on the symptoms of the deal and not the long-term consequences of the deal and that is the outsourcing of jobs NAFTA has led to.

The main platform Donald Trump ran on and the one issue that early on got traction with the voters was his strong stance on border control and immigration. He managed to weather the storm and lean heavily on his supporters trust as the attacks for building a wall and stronger border policies came from both sides of the isle. He stood his group on immigration and continues to make headlines and promises of a wall around the southern border of America that he whole heartily expects Mexico to pick up the bill on. While I do not think this is feasible or a realistic campaign promise I will not doubt he makes a strong push for this policy and others regarding our borders.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP, is a monster that we as a nation really need to talk about and bring to the forefront.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a secretive, multinational trade agreement that threatens to extend restrictive intellectual property (IP) laws across the globe and rewrite international rules on its enforcement. The main problems are two-fold:

(1) Digital Policies that Benefit Big Corporations at the Expense of the Public: The IP chapter would have extensive negative ramifications for users’ freedom of expression, right to privacy and due process, as well as hindering peoples’ abilities to innovate. Other chapters of the agreement encourage your personal data to be sent borders with limited protection for your privacy, and allow foreign corporations to sue countries for laws or regulations that promote the public interest,

(2) Lack of Transparency: The entire process has shut out multi-stakeholder participation and is shrouded in secrecy.

The twelve nations that negotiated the TPP are the U.S., Japan, Australia, Peru, Malaysia, Vietnam, New Zealand, Chile, Singapore, Canada, Mexico, and Brunei Darussalam. The TPP contains a chapter on intellectual property covering copyright, trademarks, and patents. The official release of the final TPP text confirmed what we had long feared: that U.S. negotiators pushed for the adoption of copyright measures far more restrictive than currently required by international treaties, including the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).

Donald Trump has said all along that preserving the 2nd amendment right of Americans is not only important to the individual’s right to self protect, but critical to our national sovereignty as well. While speaking at rallies and even in debates against Hillary Clinton he has reiterated his stance many times over. This is a big sigh of relieve given what would have happened with Clinton winning the White House. She doesn’t mince words when she talks about her hatred of the 2nd amendment and her disdain for the NRA.

So many critical issues facing us, but the one that seems to have the most damaging and far-reaching effects is the economy. With a fiat monetary system and a rising debt that has topped 20 TRILLION dollars Trump will have his work cut out for him. Quantitative Easing (QE) and failed interest rates from the criminal enterprise known as the Federal Reserve, this economy is resting on a bubble that could burst on any given news or event. Juggling the economy while addressing foreign trade, the TPP, and NAFTA could be a tightrope between nations that will have devastating consequences if left unchecked or managed correctly.

What Donald Trump is about to walk into when he is sworn in as unprecedented just like his rise to the White House itself was. A spiraling national debt, horrible trade deals with Iran, the above mentioned TPP, as well as many liberty taking legislation like the Patriot Act and the 4th amendment shattering NSA program this is not a time to rest on our victory, but roll up our sleeves and help get to work. We may elect a President, but it is our responsibility and duty to help fight for  the Republic. This is not going to be an easy road or a clean fight as the globalist will do anything they can to keep their grip on the world super power, but like this election, we can overcome the odds and defeat the global agenda.

Written by: Michael Howell

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