President Donald Trump Independence Day Message…

Earlier today President Donald Trump tweeted a video message to celebrate the Fourth of July, our Independence Day.

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61 Responses to President Donald Trump Independence Day Message…

  1. Publius2016 says:

    2026 our Quarter Millenial! Thank you President Trump for MAGA!

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  2. Missing Andrew says:

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  3. soozala says:

    Thank you, Mr. President, for keeping that 242-year-old dream alive!! MAGA!!

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  4. Missing Andrew says:

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  7. Uncle Max says:

    Happy July 4th! ( I don’t care for the new haircut… I’ve seen it three times now and it’s oddly shaped. But his coloring is more natural. How he doesn’t have dark circles under both eyes and bags is beyond me. He’s incredible. )

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  8. Missing Andrew says:

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  9. Pat Frederick says:

    thank you for welcoming God back into the White House, Sir!
    God bless America!

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    • MelH says:

      Pat Frederick, of all the accomplishments of President Trump I prize his welcoming God back the most and the accomplishment i think will reap the biggest and best benefits over time. NOW I wish the grammar school classroom flags would be welcomed again, along with the Pledge of Allegiance at the beginning of each day. Kids were expected to be patriots and they rose to that. These days, it’s only expected at Football Games. How the heck did that happen?

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  10. Missing Andrew says:

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    • Cheri Lawrence says:

      This was so great to see, thank you for sharing, loved it!!

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    • ChrisSy says:

      Love our First Couple so much!

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    • Oldschool says:

      “That’s the rock”.

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    • maga2004 says:

      Have you seen the #walkaway campaign, where democrats are leaving their party for Trump because of all the lunacy on the Left? This is where it started; the dems walked away from Melania and President Trump when they stood up to them. This is why Melania wore a jacket that said “I don’t care, do you”?

      They both gladly, cheerfully, stand with America over those hypocrites no matter what the personal cost they endure. That’s why we love them!

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  11. Missing Andrew says:

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  13. Happy Fourth to all….and thanks for posting this video, Sundance.

    And while we might not be as free as we always want…at least we aren’t getting arrested for hate speech, like our former British “masters”.

    I’m basking at the stunting of all things globalism this holiday. Last night’s fireworks made me smile..and I heard an onlooker yell..”make the fireworks great again”, which was met with loud applause and whistles. Yeah, despite the desperation of the socialists and globalists, the great unwashed remains a proud and steadfast republic. Neener…neener!

    MAGA.

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  14. He’s the real thing if you look at him through the years. While i appreciate the entry on Rand Paul (not sure why.he’s never done much)-the message from our POTUS is all that’s necessary.Pres Trump almost ran once with an independent party. He finally started his own in 2016. Pence 2024. He’s more apt to carry on the Trump legacy than anyone.

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  15. Deplorably99 says:

    I could not love our wonderful president more!!! God bless America and her strength and resilience!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

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  16. StanH says:

    Get’em Mr. President!

    Happy 4th to you and yours!

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  17. Missing Andrew says:

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  19. Turranos says:

    Pray for our President, for our Republic, for Sundance, and for each other.

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  20. Zippy says:

    July 4th: What You WON’T Hear Today
    July 4, 2018

    https://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=233741

    Excerpt:

    The genius of America came in the form of 13 (originally) and then 50 state political experiments with wildly varying amounts of government regulation, taxation and public services. The Federal Government was explicitly barred from intruding into nearly all matters within a given state, except for those areas specifically outlined in the Constitution and its Amendments as the Founders explicitly intended that some states would find their experiments more successful than others. This in turn would either compel the losers to change their viewpoints or find themselves increasingly, but peacefully, marginalized for their refusal to do so as people moved from the unsuccessful to the successful states.

    Wickard .v. Filburn was a raw theft of that power from the states by the Federal Government. It should have been met with the immediate refusal by the States to acquiesce, if necessary backed by the Governors calling up their National Guard contingencies as there never was and still does not exist today jurisdiction in the Supreme Court on the matter. The substance of this case was that Filburn was growing wheat to feed animals on his own farm. The entire cycle of life of said wheat was contained within the boundaries of one state. The Government claimed that because he grew it he wouldn’t have to buy as much wheat on the market, that wheat was traded both nationally and internationally in the marketplace and thus his lack of need to make a purchase through his entirely intrastate actions meant it had jurisdiction. In short the Supreme Court claimed that there was no limit on any act of the Federal government, ever, since any action or inaction by a citizen always results in some change in one’s economic activity. The mere act of taking a crap leads to “interstate commerce” under this standard and thus the Federal Government can regulate where, how and when you may do so or even tax same; you might buy toilet paper, if you use water to flush or wash your hands you might cause your local government to consume chlorine shipped across a state line to sanitize said water, etc.

    The Court ripped up the entire Constitution with this decision — and thus far, since 1942, for more than 75 years, it has gotten away with it.

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    • Zippy, you are right on target!! We teach this exact thing in our Constitution Boot Camps!!
      Please go to http://www.buildingblocksforliberty.org and take a look.
      Host an event using the DVD set.

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    • Blade says:

      The Court ripped up the entire Constitution with this decision — and thus far, since 1942, for more than 75 years, it has gotten away with it.

      Yes it did, but it was merely playing catch-up with the Congress and We The People who had already been shredding the Constitution for 100 years already since before the Civil War. The Supreme Court is a a lagging force of evil, that is to say it reflects us … eventually. Usually decades after we screw things up, enough Justices get appointed by our elected “leaders” to reinforce what we had already been doing.

      This is the ‘Commerce Clause’ you are talking about. And as bad as this case was it was not the start of anything, it was the culmination, or, the continuing culmination of our contempt and disregard for the Founding principles of limited enumerated powers for the federal government. And it should be pointed out that even folks as great as Antonin Scalia botched up later decisions ( FedGov superiority in the Commerce Clause was among his worst blind spots ) see Gonzales v. Raich.

      The simplest way to understand how easily we fly off the rails ( and we get cheerleaders dutifully celebrating ) is to remember the Temperance/Prohibition chronology. In the early 19th Century we had do-gooders determined to use the power of our FedGov to enforce their will on us. Tee-Totalers, Temperance, “Dry”, anti-Saloon, quasi-religious loudmouths with much overlap to the women’s suffrage movement as well. You can pinpoint this nexus as when the war on men really began and has never let up. An early shrew, the wife of President Hayes preached from the White House, while Susan B. Anthony and Carrie Nation made themselves famous as well. This started in the 1830’s, accelerated after the Civil War and reached its inevitable conclusion exactly 100 years later.

      There are a lot of lessons here. Big Government, “federalism”, party politics, feminazism, religious zealotry, do-gooders, the power of the state, and the reducing of the role of We The People. For example, the (R)etard party let itself get cornered by the (D)ummycrats into being the party of central authority. Lucy Hayes was wife of the (R) President, and half a century later it was nominal (R)epublicans favoring the 18th Amendment while (D)ummycrat Woodrow Wilson actually vetoed it ( they overrode him ). Then after a decade of Prohibition it was (D)ummycrat FDR running on repeal while battered Hoover meekly remained “dry”. But I digress.

      Back to the topic at hand … The 18th Amendment granted FedGov a new power not enumerated in the Constitution, the power to regulate alcohol ( eventually repealed by the 21st Amendment ). That enabled Congress to pass the Volstead Act and begin Prohibition and the not-so-noble experiment of creating organized crime and making millions of us into criminals. By 1933 this was over and done with as FDR came to town. Now the question should-be but never-was asked by all our alleged Constitutionalists ( Scalia included ) where is the Amendment granting FedGov the new power to regulate [ fill in the blank ]. And in that blank goes everything from tobacco, drugs, medicine, food, fuel, cars, the draft, paycheck withholding, etc. There is none! No enumerated power granted, period. But people remain silent, especially our loudest mouthes, because the subject is one prone to kneejerkery and virtue-signaling.

      When the fine print of Commerce Clause arguments gets exhaustive coverage and great pontification it makes me point to that gigantic yet invisible 800 pound gorilla in the room and say Umm, look over there!. Of course our FedGov components ( White House, Congress and Supreme Court ) are going to exploit the ‘Commerce Clause’ in the later years of the republic when they got away with much more massive and egregious Constitutional violations already. It is ironic that the do-gooders of the temperance era were at least honest enough to realize they needed an Amendment to impose their will on us. Later do-gooders just skipped this step and press on.

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  21. Bullseye says:

    Smoked ribs and pork shoulder all night…homemade potato salad and cold adult beverages today here in Texas. Too dry for fireworks officially band in my county yesterday 😦
    Thank you President Trump for MAGA and the continuation of our American traditions.
    Praying for your continued strength and safety

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  22. Duke of Cumberland says:

    Oh, man, salivating. Will those ribs fall off the bone when you pick ’em up?

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  23. Cheri Lawrence says:

    One glorious nation under God, beautiful! Happy Independence Day my fellow Americans. Winning!!

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  24. Kerry Gimbel says:

    Where would the world be today without the United States?

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  25. Kerry Gimbel says:

    And where would the world be without the citizen soldiers of our great country?

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  26. kea says:

    Thank you, Mr. President. Happy 4th!!!

    Side note: I was out shopping yesterday and the positive and happy mood was so very telling. 🙂

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  27. getfitnow says:

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  28. Missing Andrew says:

    I just absolutely loved this event.

    Beautiful and always elegant, First Lady Melania had a “coded” message for all to see.

    Like a US Marine, on 4.7-inch stiletto heels, she stood there. immobile, for 40 minutes, listening to VSG POTUS.

    She IS a White Hat and she got his six.

    I just absolutely loved this event.

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  29. Karl Kastner says:

    “Trump”

    (Sung to the tune of Jump, by Van Halen)

    He starts up
    And nothing shuts him down
    He’s had it tough
    But he’s the toughest around

    And he knows
    Just how the pe-ople feel
    He’s not some re-hearsed pol-i-tician
    This Trump is for real

    Oh we can see he shows no fear
    He’s got our back against the
    globalist schemes
    Makes the American Dream
    Now we know how much that means!

    Gotta vote Trump. Trump!
    Gonna vote Trump. Trump
    Go and vote Trump. Trump!
    Go and vote Trump

    Hey yo, hey you! just look back
    America, how’s it been?
    He made our jobs grow..
    So now we know, it’s Trump for the win

    Oh we can see he shows no fear
    He’s got our back against the globalist schemes
    Makes the American Dream
    Now we know how much that means!

    Gotta vote Trump. Trump!
    Gonna vote Trump. Trump
    Go and vote Trump. Trump!
    Go and vote Trump

    Gotta vote Trump. Trump!
    Gonna vote Trump. Trump
    Go and vote Trump. Trump!
    Go and vote Trump

    Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump!

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  30. wodiej says:

    Thank you my fellow Americans for helping elect this great leader. United We Stand. God Bless America.

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  31. Gary Ellis says:

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  32. Leont says:

    God blessed this country with Founding Fathers and President Trump! At the precisely crucial moments too. Can we just passively consume the fruits forever? Does not look like it.

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  33. Piper says:

    Love to you and yours Mr. President! Thank you for your sacrifice!

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  34. Kent says:

    Thank you Mr. President…keep doing what you’re doing. God Bless you and yours….

    (and CTH)…..

    I like the videos of PDJT from decades ago too….he was watching and thinking while the leftists undermined our nation for all of those years and I know that he too felt the pain of observing it happen…and…while the page has turned the battle is not won…

    Stand fast, Treeps…we shall prevail.

    MAGA

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  35. paulraven1 says:

    I always wish he’d mention the fates of the original signatories to the Declaration. Many of them sacrificed everything.

    http://constitution.org/bio/fate_of_signers.htm

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  36. MaineCoon says:

    Paul Harvey gives a history of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. It’s quite moving to realize what each one gave up; for liberty. Each signer lived up to the pledge: “And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.” They gave up all they had to obtain liberty.

    It was a bonus to hear President Reagan read these words.

    Thank God for President Trump who has also given up mcuh for the country he loves.

    I am proud to be an American. I wish everyone was.

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  37. Iron Claw says:

    We are lucky to have this guy as POTUS.

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  38. 4sure says:

    If only it was not make believe.

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  39. Pam says:

    I am beyond grateful for a president that was willing to give up a wonderful life in order to serve this country. May God bless him, VP, administration officials and their families on this very special day.

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