As a strong Trump supporter I’ll admit I lean right on many issues, but as a true Independent I also lean left on many others – especially social issues. For instance, I want a border wall, but I also think women have the absolute right to decide what to do with their bodies. As a registered Independent who regrettably voted for Obama in 2008, Donald Trump represented a chance for middle class Americans to get the country back from 28 years of absolute incompetence and corruption. In three decades, the middle class has nearly been destroyed from Bush to Clinton and back to Bush…and then worst of all, Barrack Obama.

Americans have been brainwashed like cultists and herded like sheep in a globalist agenda that’s hell bent on bringing down the one nation that stands for true freedom. While the election of Donald Trump came solely from middle Americans, it seems to have brought out the worst from both ‘far sides’ of the political spectrum.

After Trump won, the far leftists began instigating liberals who felt as if Trump somehow stole the election. We all remember the protests and small riots sparked by left wing activists backed by George Soros money and more recently, the Berkley riots, but right wing activists seem to be growing as well and so is the over all violence.

As a political blogger who supports the new president, most of my followers are also Trump supporters, but I’ve recently noticed that if I even write the lamest comment against our president, my fellow Trump supporters jump all over me. While I’m used to getting threats from various lefty snowflakes, I’ve been surprised by the recent threats coming from ‘far right’ Trump supporters.

When I voted for Trump I didn’t sign up for Nazi like attitudes. If I wanted that I would have voted for Hillary. I voted against the socialist crazies on the left because I am a middle American, but I didn’t expect my fellow Trump supporters to turn into everything they stood against, but that’s what’s happening.

Anti-Trump supporters and pro-Trump supporters seem to be taking the extreme on both sides. If I blog about anything pro-Trump, the left starts with the threats and when it’s anything even remotely negative about Trump – they practically suck my dick. If I blog about anything pro-Trump, the right kisses my ass, but even the slightest negative remark about Trump draws threats.

So why do I blog? I’m certainly too busy for it, but I feel I am paying something back to my country. I believe I am doing something important, but I’m also scared by placing my finger on the pulse of America. As a patriotic American I’m scared by the ‘far left’ and the ‘far right’. They are equally dangerous for different reasons, but they both have the same outcome. It’s time to come together before it’s too late.