It’s finally here. After weeks of post-convention squabbles focused on what doesn’t matter to Americans, Donald Trump has put together his first television advertisement. It addresses one of the main issues that propelled him to receive the most primary votes in GOP history and ultimately win the nomination.
Meanwhile, Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton has vowed to resettle one million refugees from war-torn countries with ties to terror in her first term as president.
She holds this inconceivable policy position despite the fact that nations across the Atlantic are cracking down hard on accepting new asylum seekers, as Europe has endured months of endless and random attacks by Islamic extremists. It’s the new crisis that globalists such as billionaire George Soros just can’t waste. And Hillary is lockstep in line to please.
It’s not as if — as the old song goes — it’s “Summertime, and the livin’ is easy.” Bubbling tensions in cities across America have created a new norm of pernicious anxiety. We know ISIS is training jihadists just miles from our porous southern border, which the Obama administration denies and to which Clinton is seemingly oblivious or just plain indifferent.
Trump takes the issue of America’s safety head-on in this hard hitting ad entitled “Two Americas: Immigration.”