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Dustin Siggins, [email protected]
NEW YORK, NY—Fox News host Laura Ingraham and Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan are the latest political leaders to join the growing movement to remind Americans that their nation is inherently good.
Ingraham’s Friday Tweet received nearly 6,000 engagements, while Jordan declared that the 2020 election is between those who think “America is bad” and those believe the nation is “not perfect, but good.”
They join an august group of conservatives and Republicans who are standing behind the simple message that “America is Good,” including President Donald Trump, Rush Limbaugh, Newt Gingrich, Tammy Bruce, Bill Bennet, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Ned Ryun, Eric Mataxes, Josh Hamner, KT McFarland, and others.
“America’s principled and inherent goodness is what keeps us striving to become the shining city on the hill,” said AmericaIsGood.us founder Tom Klingenstein, whose viral video with nearly 1.4 million views launched a movement to defend America. “Unfortunately, radicals have convinced nearly half of the country that we are racist. This has led to riots in the streets, censorship in our media and academia, and widespread support for totalitarianism in support of equality of outcomes.”
“If we do not stand up to the radicals, we will lose our freedoms to speak, practice faith, and raise our children – a true cancellation of American values,” continued Klingenstein. “The 2020 election is not about policy, politics, race, or a pandemic. It is really about an existential crisis facing the country – do we support a man who thinks America is good – Trump – or a man who is controlled by a party that thinks America is racist– Joe Biden?”
“1860 was the slavery election; 2020 is the Cancel America election,” concluded Klingenstein. “At this moment, the only thing that matters is a willingness to speak out in defense of the American way of life—its principles and values, and the institutions that teach these principles. Do we want to preserve the American way of life – built on individual liberty and equal opportunity for all – or destroy it – through totalitarian-enforced ‘equality of outcome’ embraced by the Democratic Party’s radicals? That’s the question posed by this election. You can’t have it both ways. You must choose.”
About Tom Klingenstein
Thomas Klingenstein is a businessman, playwright, and philanthropist. He is a partner in the investment firm Cohen, Klingenstein LLC, & Chairman of the board Claremont Institute.