If you pick up the newspaper or turn on the television, the last nine months are being reported as a living hell. What there isn't much said about is: the stock market reaching the highest level in history, unemployment at its lowest in the last several years, one and a half million fewer people on food stamps, fewer illegals trying to come into the Country, MS 13 gang members being arrested, the war on opioids and my personal favorite two less varmints in the swamp.

If you pick up the newspaper or turn on the television, the last nine months are being reported as a living hell. 

What there isn’t much said about is: the stock market reaching the highest level in history, unemployment at its lowest in the last several years, one and a half million fewer people on food stamps, fewer illegals trying to come into the Country, MS 13 gang members being arrested, the war on opioids and my personal favorite two less varmints in the swamp.

The varmints, (Corker and Flake) both tried to come off as morally superior to the President however, polls showed that neither had any chance of coming close in a reelection both had ignored the wants of their constituents. They didn’t retire, they simply read the writing on the wall. Flake went as far as to say, the people of Arizona were going to be disappointed when they found out which way he was voting. Certainly sounds like a man who has no idea of why those people sent him to Washington. They have spoken, it won’t happen again. By the way, I feel the real and only reason for Flake’s diatribe was to promote his book. Nowhere in his speech did I hear him apologize to the people of Arizona.

These are nothing less than campaign promises fulfilled, which, when you think about it are unbelievable considering all the resistance.

I find it intriguing that these morally righteous swamp rats decide to quit when the outlook is bleak, not much fight in them, is there? Winners fight to the end. Thank God for DJT.