Lloyd Marcus: Why Do Leftists Hate America?

With the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States, the hate from the left seems to have become unbridled. What is the root factor that is driving the spiteful rhetoric and behavior that we have witnessed these past few months? Let’s examine the links between their behavior and the things that they are opposing. It may come as a surprise to you what the basic activator is for their behavior. It is Anti-Christian in root. Read this and see if you agree.

As Written By Lloyd Marcus at The American Thinker:

A few days ago, I caught Trump’s speech to the Building Trades Unions National Legislative Conference.  In a nutshell, Trump vowed to fix the job-killing, out-of-control, crazy regulations harming businesses.  Trump said, “One of my first acts as president was to stop one of the great sellouts of the American worker.”  Calling NAFTA a disaster, Trump said he took us out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.  The audience erupted with applause.

Trump is swiftly dismantling many of Obama’s anti-America agenda items.

It dawned on me: this guy is simply implementing commonsense policies in the best interest of America and her citizens who elected him.  So why is the American left responding with such unprecedented vitriol and bold, treasonous obstructionism?  The simple answer is that leftists hate America and her biblical values.  Therefore, when Trump came along vowing to make America great again, he ignited the leftists’ hate, fear, and rage.  Why such hate for one’s own homeland?

Before you call me crazy, let us review.

During a leisurely Sunday stroll along a San Francisco pier with her dad, Kate Steinle was shot and killed by an illegal alien who had been deported five times but kept coming back to the sanctuary city.  Kate’s last words were “Help me, Dad.”


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