A big-league triumph

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By Zach Sobeck, Contributing Writer

Against all odds, Donald J. Trump will become the 45th President of the United States of America. Despite the best efforts of the Democratic party, the Republican establishment (to a certain extent), and the global and intellectual elites, Donald Trump pulled off a huge victory on election night winning well over the 270 electoral votes necessary to win the United States Presidency. This victory, in large part, was due to the results from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, which has not gone red in a presidential election since 1988. Trump won the commonwealth’s 20 electoral votes by a very tight margin. This, along with a comfortable victory in the traditionally blue Wisconsin put Trump well over top in terms of electoral votes.

Donald Trump started off his presidential bid in the summer of 2015 when prevailing political wisdom had already coronated Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton the nominees of their respective parties. It seemed as though we would have an election between America’s two royal families: the Bushes and the Clintons. Donald Trump was able to come along and ultimately crush both the Bush and Clinton political dynasties once and for all, thus proving America’s discontent with the political establishment and the global elite, which have created an illusion of democracy in America. This illusion of democracy came in the form of a pseudo-oligarchy where political candidates had to first be confirmed by the media, donor class, and global elites in order to attain political office. From this democratic illusion formed a clique of international plutocrats who became increasingly hostile to the American people as they pushed their globalist agenda. This top-down system of quasi-democracy has given us politicians who put the interests of the global and financial elite before the interests of their own constituents.

Donald Trump was able to garner massive support by exposing that the global elites were truly a hostile group that has hijacked our political establishment, and who no longer have our well being at heart. Rather, they are mouthpieces and shills for the donor class and the special interests, which allowed them to reach positions of power in the first place. When the American people realized this, they came out and chose for president the man who promised that he would make America great again for them: Donald J. Trump.

We the people have taken our country back from the hostile elites who care only for their own self-interests at the expense of the well being of the American people. We will now, again, have an American government by, of, and for the people. This new American government will have strong borders, obey the rule of law, and will craft policy that benefits the American people and not the big global, political, and financial entities. Donald Trump will be a president who puts America first and, in his own words, “Americanism not globalism will be our credo.”  Donald Trump will be our next president not because he had the most support (financial or otherwise) from the hostile global elites, but rather because he was selected by the people to rebuild an American government, which will make this country great again.

Donald Trump’s big-league triumph over the hostile elites signals a return of the American government to its people, and we will make America great again!

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Author: Zachary Sobeck

Zachary Sobeck '20 is majoring in political science and minoring in German. He is from Malvern, Pennsylvania and graduated from Great Valley High School in 2016. Sobeck has volunteered with the Donald J. Trump for President campaign during the Pennsylvania primary election. He currently serves as President of the Gettysburg College Republicans and is also a member of Young Americans for Freedom. Sobeck is the legal holder of the noble title: Lord of Hougun Manor, Estate of Cumbria, England of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

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