Sanctity of Life
This is Walter Fretz. He was born at 19 weeks. Survived 1 hour. Walter is not a blob of tissue, he is a baby. God’s creation. A fellow human being. A precious child. A fellow American.
We must fight for the sanctity of life.
Farmers and Ranchers
“From our country’s earliest days, agriculture has been the centerpiece of rural prosperity in America. But today’s farmers and ranchers face too many challenges bringing the fruits of their labor to market. With a focus on trade and regulatory reform, America can help its farmers feed millions more both here and abroad.” – DJT
We must relieve farms and ranches from overbearing regulations to ensure robust and free-market driven food supply.
Nationalism not Globalism
“To build on our incredible economic success, one priority is paramount — reversing decades of calamitous trade policies.” – DJT
In trade, immigration, and military alliances, our agreements must serve the American citizen. Nationalism not globalism. The U.S. cannot be the policeman of the world, nor the welfare provider for the world.
We must put America First.
Climate Change - A Hoax
The “crisis” of climate change, as represented by those pushing for a Green New Deal, is a hoax. See Shellengberger’s apology. It is a powerful political tool to increase government oppression, promote Marxism, and push globalism.
Carbon dioxide emission is only an issue when it accumulates at a high concentration from insufficient venting (e.g., behind a face mask).
We must stop regulating carbon dioxide emissions. Instead, focus on clean air, clean water, and pure food.
Education - School Choice
“The Administration supports an agenda that provides school choice for parents, better prepares students to compete in a global economy, modernizes an antiquated federal student aid system, and holds higher education institutions more accountable to students and taxpayers alike.” – DJT
We must let parents have choice in education: public, private, charter, homeschool, online. Encourage families strive for the American Dream.
“We believe in freedom. We believe in choice. We believe in the highest standard of care in the world.” – DJT
Publicly funded single-payer healthcare will never be high quality, sustainable, or affordable because there will be no competition. It will turn into a massive bureaucracy with long waits, limits on medical freedom (you won’t get to keep your doctor), mandatory vaccines, and death panels deciding who gets and who doesn’t get heart surgery.
We must push for a robust economy and truly competitive healthcare with room for alternatives to conventional medicine. Encourage and allow businesses and individuals to negotiate in groups or to form healthcare co-ops.
No Forced Vaccines
Many clinics are financially incentivized to achieve vaccine compliance. While the medical and pharmaceutical industrial complex and global entities like WHO and GAVI would have you believe that everything is “safe and effective,” reality is more nuanced. The purpose of the adjuvant is to shock the body with toxicity. That is how modern vaccines work.
Vaccination should be a choice.
We must fight against forced vaccination and medical censorship. Condition public R&D funding on raw data being available to all. Satisfy HIPAA by hashing identifying data with an appropriate salt.
“Our military’s men and women make great sacrifices to protect our country. While serving, they need every asset at their disposal to complete their mission. As veterans, they deserve to be welcomed home by an accountable, responsible Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) that puts veterans first. Veterans are also owed world-class health care at the VA or a private provider of their choosing.” – DJT
We must continue reforming the VA. Streamline systems so that veterans needing care can quickly access what they need at the VA or a local private provider.
Free Speech on Social Media
“As a Nation, we must foster and protect diverse viewpoints in today’s digital communications environment where all Americans can and should have a voice. We must seek transparency and accountability from online platforms, and encourage standards and tools to protect and preserve the integrity and openness of American discourse and freedom of expression.” – DJT
We must make platforms like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube choose whether they are platforms for free speech or publishers with the associated legal responsibilities.