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Dustin Siggins, [email protected]
Trump, Rush, Newt endorse viral “America is Good” movement
NEW YORK, NY—Businessman Tom Klingenstein’s viral message backing President Donald Trump for defending America’s goodness has been retweeted by Trump and endorsed by Rush Limbaugh, Newt Gingrich, Tammy Bruce, Bill Bennett, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Ned Ryun, Eric Mataxes, Josh Hamner, KT McFarland, and other conservative leaders. Bennett, Mataxes, and a number of others have signed a petition urging Trump to make Election Day “America is Good Day.”
“With so many Republicans afraid to stand up for American values against the racist Black Lives Matter movement, it is heartening that these public figures are stating the truth: that America is a good nation,” said Klingenstein. “I endorsed President Donald Trump for having the courage to stand up, often alone, and now we know who is willing to stand with him.”
Klingenstein’s endorsement has led to a groundswell of pushback against the idea that America is, and always has been, a racist nation. Nearly 1.3 million people have watched Klingenstein’s defense of Trump, while over 46,000 people have watched him explain why America is a good nation. In addition to a slew of endorsements from public figures, many media outlets have covered and echoed the message that America is worth defending.
“The 2020 election is not about policy, politics, race, or a pandemic, though all of those will play roles in its outcome,” said Klingenstein. “The election 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? Do we want to preserve the American way of life – built on individual liberty and equal opportunity for all – or destroy it – through group rights and 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. If you choose the American way of life, then you must choose President Trump.”
“Republicans must understand and articulate what this election is about,” concluded Klingenstein. “We are not fighting about taxes, or masks, or Medicare policy. We aren’t fighting about the environment, or immigration, or gun rights. We are fighting for the greatest nation on Earth which has brought more freedom and more prosperity to more people than any nation in history. 1860 was the slavery election; 2020 is the Cancel America election.”
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.