America, you were introduced to our next President on Wednesday night. He’s not a politician. He is one of a kind. He is an American. Welcome President Donald J. Trump.

 

I’m a cynical Jewish Ivy Leaguer from New York. Nothing gets me too excited. I don’t believe politicians. Nor do I believe in politicians. I don’t fall for theatrical political productions. I don’t believe rhetoric or propaganda. And I’ve never in my life teared up over a political speech.

 

Until Wednesday night.

 

On that night, I found myself fist-pumping. On that night, I found myself chanting along with the crowd “USA, USA, USA.” And as the procession of mothers and fathers came up to the podium to name their child who was murdered by illegals and then say “I’m voting for Trump” or “Trump is our last chance to save America” I found my eyes tearing up. And the amazing thing is, I couldn’t stop. The tears rolled down my face.

 

This was the game-changer.

 

Not just the speech, but the entire day. Trump accepting the invitation to meet with the President of Mexico. Showing he’s a man of action by flying to Mexico on a moment’s notice. Trump standing next to Mexico’s President looking to all the world like President Donald J. Trump. Trump stating his case and never giving an inch to the President of Mexico. Trump turning a vision that was mocked and ripped to shreds for a year now into a reality- who now believes if Trump is elected a wall won’t be built?

 

As a conservative, I’ve waited a lifetime for this speech. A speech that didn’t back down an inch. A speech aimed at Americans, for Americans, delivered by a proud American, who values American exceptionalism.

 

A speech that restores law and order.

 

A speech that always puts American citizens, workers and taxpayers first.

 

A speech that recognizes the right to safety and security for American citizens.

 

A speech that recognizes that a foreigner here illegally does not have the same rights as an American-born citizen.

 

A speech that points out that foreigners here illegally should not be treated better than our veterans.

 

A speech that recognizes that America has every right to choose who comes into our country. And we should proudly choose immigrants with skills, self-sufficiency and common values.

 

A speech that recognizes that illegal immigrants do not qualify for welfare, food stamps and other entitlements- and our government has a right for the first time ever to prioritize the deportation of illegal foreigners for abusing the welfare system.

 

A speech that recognizes that foreigners in American prisons for violent crimes and felonies should and will be deported immediately– and no country can refuse to take them back.

 

A speech that recognizes our right to practice “extreme vetting” on anyone who wants to come into America- and we can choose to exclude those who don’t share or respect our values, customs, laws and Constitution. Some people just won’t be allowed in. At this point, I jumped up from my chair and screamed “YES!”

 

A speech that recognizes that the federal government must shut off all funding to Sanctuary cities. After all that’s our taxpayer money being given to political leaders who are choosing to break the law. An adult has finally decided to just say “NO.” 

 

And then there’s the wall- that great big beautiful Trumpian wall. I’ve waited a lifetime to hear that we have a right to build a wall, protect and secure our borders and keep bad guys out.

 

Trump covered it all. He never backed down to the pressure of the corrupt mainstream media, billionaire titans, Wall Street moguls, Silicon Valley tech gurus, lawyers, lobbyists, liberals, the GOP establishment, Ivy League know-it-all intellectuals. He gave no quarter to any of them. He changed nothing

 

I could feel their mouths dropping open in disbelief.

 

Trump is our last chance to save America. To restore law and order. To protect my four beautiful children. To save our economy. To rescue our middle class. We have only one choice. We have only one chance.

 

Look yourself in the mirror. If you’re American-born…if you’re a taxpayer…if you’re a parent…if you love America…if you agree this is the greatest country in world history….if you believe we are blessed by God…if you’re horrified at the prospect of bringing hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees into this country at a cost of $400 billion…if you’re scared to death about our soon-to-be-$20 trillion national debt…if you don’t want your child to become just another murder statistic…if any of those descriptions fits you and Trump’s speech didn’t move you…

 

You suffer from a mental disease called liberalism.

 

If everything Trump promised and everything I just said doesn’t impress you, then just think of Trump as our TREXIT. Trump is a blunt force, all-American, laser-guided middle finger to everything and everyone in Washington DC.

 

And that my fellow Americans sounds like the dream of a lifetime to me.