President Trump and USA Rescue Thousands of Cruise Ship Passengers The Rest of the World Refused to Help…

There’s a whole lot of headlines about this story, but the one that really deserves to be written is how Team USA and President Trump rescued thousands of passengers and crew members from aboard cruise ships the rest of the world refused. [LINK]

[…] This ends a voyage that began March 5 in Chile and was supposed to finish March 19 in Argentina, but it ran on for days as countries declined to welcome passengers ashore during the coronavirus pandemic. (more)

You are darn right we rescued those international passengers; now ask yourself: why wouldn’t anyone else help them?

You see, this is again another example of how The United States of America is the greatest force for good the world has ever seen.

Despite an entire planet of global elites constantly putting down Team USA while hypocritically holding themselves up as moral arbiters; and despite every ridiculous democrat cocktail party attendee swooning over other nations while putting their own country down; when push comes to shove it’s Team America that comes through.

Every time.

When an earthquake hits Haiti, who goes?  We go….

When a tsunami hits Japan, who goes? We go…

When a hurricane hits the Bahamas, who responds?  We respond…

When fires burn in Australia, who goes?  We go…

When floods ravage India, who goes? We go….

When famine strikes, we mobilize…

International academics, pontificating media and global elites, many within our own country, sit around looking down their noses, criticizing Team USA, while doing nothing on any comparable scale to the global response consistently provided by our nation.

Every time the proverbial shit-hits-the-fan, it’s team USA to the rescue.

When the crisis is so overwhelming that no-one can even fathom where to begin, who do they call?… The United States of America.

Team USA rescuing those cruise ship passengers is no different.

When have you seen the Norwegian Army responding to a Mississippi delta flood?  When was the last time you saw UN blue helmets show up during Hurricane rescue and recovery along the gulf coast?….

When a tornado destroys one of our towns, it’s ordinary Americans that show up to rebuild.  Colorblind, holding hands, keeping faith, providing hope and getting it done.

That’s our USA grit…

That’s our USA spirit….

You’re darned right we rescued thousands of international cruise line passengers the rest of the world denied; and I am proud of President Trump for doing it.

That’s just the way we roll….

To the U.S. corporate media I say: ‘keep on bitchin’, griping and looking for something to complain about’, because to most Americans you get smaller every single day.

 

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275 Responses to President Trump and USA Rescue Thousands of Cruise Ship Passengers The Rest of the World Refused to Help…

  1. JohnCasper says:

    I tell you, whenever you refused to help one of these least important ones, you refused to help me. (Matthew 25:45 TEV)

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    • trnathens says:

      Jesus would not say that we are right, and they are wrong. Instead he would tell us to love one another. To not judge, but love one another. To see each other as children of God. To know that those who don’t love their fellow man, or God, know not what they do; and to not judge lest we be judged; but, that if we are inclined to follow man’s law and not God’s law then only those without sin themselves should be the arbiters.

      God IS in control. And this is our opportunity to refocus our hearts and minds on what is truly important: loving one another, unconditionally, as a parent loves a child.

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      • Sherri Young says:

        Jesus did not hold back. Did not make excuses for bad teaching, bad behavior, or bad attitudes from those who thought they were better than the masses.

        https://www.biblegateway.com/quicksearch/?quicksearch=hypocrite&qs_version=HCSB

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      • jumpinjarhead says:

        I agree with the overall thrust of your post but do not see the principle of “not judging” as you appear to be explaining it.

        Of course as Christians we are called to love one another. In terms of “judging,” however, My reading of the Bible’s coverage of this is not that we are forbidden to “judge” (perhaps a synonym such as “assess” would be closer to my thinking) in any way at any time. Indeed, I think this absolutist view is both one that has been misused by Christians when they want to avoid “controversy” or “criticism” from others if they dare speak out against the myriad behaviors, “lifestyles, and other things in our “culture” that have acted as a social cancer in America.

        I believe if the principle of letting the Bible interpret itself through reconciliation of various passages touching on a given issue or subject. As such, the scriptures, such as Matthew 7:14 You can identify them by their fruit, that is, by the way they act. Can you pick grapes from thornbushes, or figs from thistles? (NLT) implicitly requires us to “judge” (or assess if you prefer) the way a person (while this passage relates to “false prophets” the principle is equally applicable to anyone) acts to discern where that person is “spiritually.” Further, Revelations 2:6
        “But this is in your favor: You hate the evil deeds of the Nicolaitans, just as I do.” Implicitly requires us to “judge” (assess) whether a person’s “deeds” are “evil” if we are to “hate” such deeds.

        Suffice it to say, I think there is a proper place for “judging”/“assessing” if we first regard our own sin and in humility and using God’s standards as the reference point, form a view (“judge” or “assess”) as to whether a person’s actions are sinful or “evil.” We are further called upon to be a witness both for Christ as well as to speak out about those behaviors in our “culture” that are, according to the Bible “sinful,” regardless of what the rest of our fallen society does or says.

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        • Nathan Hale says:

          “Judge not, lest ye be judged” has been interpreted by many branches of Christian faith as referring to the final judgement, meaning whether a soul standing before Christ will be welcome or not welcome into His kingdom.

          A most common mistake, I believe, is to interpret this quote as a judgement to any and all actions of a person as a sin or not a sin.

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          • jumpinjarhead says:

            We are in general agreement, although I think the admonitions about Christians not “judging” is perhaps a little broader and encompasses our judging each other without first recognizing our own sin.

            We are flawed beings and our default behavior is to sin (and there is no hierarchy of sin except the “unpardonable sin” such that the gossip is as “guilty” as the child molester or murderer in the economy of God). We humans, as God well knows, are won’t to compare our sin to that of another, just as the Pharisees did, so that we can feel superior to another but all the while ignoring our own need to repent and lean on Christ for the faith to do so.

            With that said, however, far far too many “Christians” (and my quotations merely indicate the reality that many who think (in contrast to believe) they are Christians have never accepted Christ as their Savior and Lord but rather are relying on some human construct—usually in the context of legalistic “religion” and denominationalism to behave in a way that merely suggests they are “Christians”—this was a huge problem in the early church—hence Paul’s ministry—and continues to today due to the immutable sin nature of humankind. I make no judgment generally in that regard but merely not the problem) have fallen victim to the wiles of satan in terms of “accepting” gross immorality and perversion that increasingly saturates our “culture.”

            While we MUST as Christians extend the love of Christ to all sinners—Christians and unbelievers alike, we also MUST not compromise as to behaviors that are clearly sin using God’s Word as our point of reference. In this regard, we also must reject, again due to the lies of satan, the efforts of many of there sinners to twist the scriptures to accommodate, or even promote, various sinful beliefs, practices and lifestyles. As satan clearly showed in his tempting of Jesus in the desert, he is fully capable of misquoting and otherwise misusing Scripture to confuse and mislead.

            This is plainly evident in the transparent efforts of homosexuals and other sex perverts to justify and promote their aberrational lifestyles and practices. We have as a “culture” become so dulled to these pernicious efforts (largely due to our own sin in our increasingly shallow lives that have less and less “room” for God) that now there are even (“credible” as some observers say!) calls now for legalizing and “embracing” pedophilia as “normal.”

            Thus endeth the lesson.😀

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            • squattybody says:

              Jumpin, did you learn all that in the Corp? 🙂
              Seriously, thank you for an accurate and concise statement about what a Christian’s views should be toward sin and judgement. Well done!

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              • jumpinjarhead says:

                Hah! Actually in many ways I did in actually seeing people, places and things in some horrible parts of the world and in actual violent conflict. That darkness, spiritually and humanly, drove home the importance of having a personal relationship with God through Christ.

                Most Americans have no such frame of reference, having lived and living a comfortable, secure but increasingly decadent (many of us would say abjectly sinful) lifestyle. As such, they simply cannot fully appreciate the blessings God has poured out on America and, as all of us tend to do, we take them for granted to the point we no longer even think of God, much less give Him any credit for His bounty even in the face of our social depravity. As an impatient human, I have to wonder how long His patience will last as we move further and further away from Him.

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            • jumpinjarhead says:

              I again profoundly apologize for the many typos I. My recent posts. I am limited to my phone for reading and posting and due to the perfect storms of i) usually posting as I multitask walking my dogs, tending to the farm etc. , ii) having a very small portion of the screen to see what I am typing, and iii) being unable to turn off predictive text, I end up posting very flawed text. I hope the reader will both forgive the errors and be able to still discern my intended thoughts, such as they are!😀

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          • prtomr says:

            I have found that discernment is a much better word to use when we have thoughts of judgment. When we are active in our relationship with our Lord, we, though, may be granted discernment through the power of the Holy Spirit. I am able to discern good from evil and speak to the problems that evil brings to life.

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      • CountryDoc says:

        There some room for debate there. Words of Jesus and apostles:
        – mark those who cause division among you. Have nothing to do with them
        – stay away from false teachers (FAKE NEWS)
        – By their fruits you will know them (the good from evil)
        – do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers
        – Talking about the Scribes and Pharasees- -you brood of vipers…. inside you are like dead men’s bones.
        – Paul about those who persecuted and abused him: “dogs”
        – About the money changers – a den of thieves, desecrating “my fathers house”

        And that’s without getting into the Old Testament.

        I think there’s room for assessment of others.

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      • CET says:

        You are correct, absolutely. Jesus would never take a whip to anyone.

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      • CountryClassVulgarian says:

        I’m sure you know that the command to not judge applies only to other Christians, right?

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        • trnathens says:

          Jesus loved everyone, and gave everyone the chance to show love. I’m not naive.

          The story of Jesus at the well, when he asked a woman to fetch him water as SHE approached him, as he sat ON the well,, and she replied she wouldn’t because she didn’t associate with Jews. How did she know he was Jewish? His looks. There’s no specific reference, but it had to be based on his looks, and he got upset and told her she had missed out on receiving living water, because she made a judgment based on what she saw. She judged.

          His point? Don’t make assumptions based on what you see, because inside, where it counts, we are all children of God.

          I’m not getting into a biblical debate. A relationship with God must be and is personal. We are all on our own journey.

          And not judging doesn’t mean acquiescence, it means not judging. Democrats are operating from fear. I know that absent fear (loss of power, fear for their fellow man), it doesn’t matter if the fears are real or justified, they are operating from fear. That’s why they want control of people, because they don’t have inner solace provided by a higher power. If they can control planet Earth it makes them FEEL better. It’s still an operating system based on fear. When you know that you can counter their actions without judging THEM.

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          • itsspiritual says:

            You are sharing PC falsehoods as biblical truths which they are not.

            2 Timothy 4:1-4 King James Version (KJV)

            4 I charge thee therefore before God, and the Lord Jesus Christ, who shall judge the quick and the dead at his appearing and his kingdom;

            2 Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season; reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long suffering and doctrine.

            3 For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;

            4 And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.

            It’s easy to find false teachers to tell you whatever you like about vile sin, but Gods Word does not change.

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            • trnathens says:

              Heh, I’ve NEVER been called PC before. Thanks for proving my point.

              Since you’re judging me (your first AND last sentences are composed with carefully chosen words), here is the story I mentioned. How exactly is what I said wrong?

              John 4:1-14 (roughly)

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          • ms doodlebug says:

            “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.”

            We are not struggling against our democrat or republican neighbors. What they, and we, want is not evil. It is the leadership, the rulers of the darkness of this world, against whom we struggle. We differ in how to achieve what we want for all and who we trust in positions of power…to achieve what only God can achieve.

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          • AlinWonderland says:

            Maybe we are confusing ‘judgement’ with ‘discernment’.

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      • Amy2 says:

        Jesus said to “judge rightly,” and we as Americans usually do, acknowledging God first always.

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  2. bwcarey says:

    lets hope the same concern is shown to the environment, and not to the interests of the business world, for without a healthy environment, there will be no us, amen

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    • jumpinjarhead says:

      Please explain your post a bit more so I can better understand your point, that I assume has nothing to do with the story itself.

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      • bwcarey says:

        the environment is an issue that goes beyond borders, and the people all over the world, need to feel, that all nations are doing their bit, and it’s beyond patriotic zeal, this is universal, the effort that is required, not the voting abilities of populist actions, amen, be blessed, I have encountered the Holy Spirit, and it’s real, so I have no doubts, we have to reign in our personal motives for a BETTER world to happen, otherwise, it’s dust, amen.

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        • BigTalkers says:

          I’m alright with what you say, and we lead the world in this, too.

          Sometimes people need to help themselves though, and better education is the key.

          We also have our own problems with that, as you know.

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        • Deplorably Bonnie Blue says:

          All we are is dust in the wind……amen, LOL.

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        • jumpinjarhead says:

          Thanks. A few more questions in the context of your 2 posts.

          1. How do you define “the “environment?”

          2. What do you see as the threat(s) to the “environment?”

          3. What do you say is the “effort” required (I assume you mean to “fix” the “environmental” issues to which you are alluding?

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        • Scrapiron says:

          Dude, you are delusional. You may have met a spirit but, it isn’t the Holy One. You worship the environment.

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        • reliablydeplorable says:

          You are still obtuse. Certainly, we need to be good stewards of earth’s resources. What are you saying that we need to do as stewards that we are not doing. Or, vice versa, what are we doing that we should not be doing.

          It is all well and good to assert that we need to be proper stewards. But the rubber hits the road when you start talking about details. Oh, and the rubber also hits the road when those details of what you want (like reduced use of fossil fuels) collide with real life issues of keeping the heat on in the winter in Chicago and Minneapolis and Buffalo and Fargo where people could actually freeze to death without the use of fossil fuels. Of course, there is the energy from fossil fuels that is used to run air conditioners in Houston and New Orleans when the heat and humidity are immediate threats to health, especially for the elderly and people with heart disease.

          So, what is your solution? Or do you have one?

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        • Kirsty I says:

          Guess what? This old earth was never made to live in forever.
          If you’ve encountered the Holy Spirit, I assume you are aware of the Word and the ‘Word made flesh’? Read the End.
          God Wins after men destroy the earth.
          The “BETTER world” you are talking about will only happen after this earth is blown up by the bad guys. Our kingdom is not of this earth, anyway. Our Kingdom is with God in His Presence.
          We store our treasure in Heaven, not on Earth.
          Why? Earth is finite. Heaven is not. Also Jesus told us, “Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moths and vermin destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where moths and vermin do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”
          Matthew 6: 19-21

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        • Super Elite says:

          Could you speak to Spain about abusing animals and bullfighting and such? Amen be blessed Amen>

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          • boogywstew says:

            They could change bull fighting and still enjoy it. Why can’t the matador hit the bull in the face with a pie? There would be no need to kill the bull or stick those disgusting daggers in it’s shoulders. Bull fighting could be more like American rodeos where the same bulls perform in many shows.

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            • I love reading Hemingway, and my Wife loves watching the bullfights. Personally, I believe it is a sub conscious porn for females. I chuckle at the men and boys dressed in tight fancy feminine embroidery and tiny pumps for shoes. They draw out a long process of torturing a huge masculine tower of strength. After a group , not one sole man, wears down the masculine beast with taunting and more torture, the kill him in prancing pageantry. Some women love this symbolism, not all, but some. Just my view of the centuries old theater.

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        • Linda K. says:

          bwcarey. i am all for promoting a clean environment but if you are a Paris Accord type , that is strictly about distribution of wealth. No globalist touchy feely sympathies abide here. If you are in touch with the Holy Spirit, congratulations, but the earth will abide forever, so says the Lord God Jehovah. And if He said it, so it will be.

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          • Linda K. says:

            I refer to Ecclesiastes 1:4 “Generations come and go, but the earth remains forever”. or
            Psalm 104:5 “He set the earth on its foundations, never to be moved.

            When God has a plan for something it is fulfilled. Man really cannot destroy the earth. It renews itself after every catastrophe.

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        • joebkonobi says:

          You have encountered the Holy Spirit? Sorry but I call BS. You have encountered the twilight zone in which you think you are the arbitrator of wokeness and global peace. Ain’t gonna happen. There is good and evil and it has always been that way and will always be that way. You can’t have good without having evil. Good can only be defined by having evil, otherwise neither exists. Example: China is evil America is good. People were meant to be free, not slaves to anyone but God. God gave us free will. You would like to take it away and enslave us to a bunch of people who think they are God. Adios Pendejo, get out of your mom’s basement and experience real life.

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        • Linda K. says:

          A little off topic, my friend.

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        • Carl Derzsi says:

          Do adult talk soon.

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        • LafnH20 says:

          One sentence consisting of 81 words, 16 commas and a period.

          Impressive

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        • starfcker says:

          Wouldn’t the best thing for the global environment be to bankrupt China?

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        • “need to feel” ? Only feel? Actions and reality don’t matter ?

          Who decides ” what is “better”?

          How do you know populist zeal isn’t the best way?

          Maybe it would be better for you to worry about your own personal motives and not everyone else’s; maybe their personal motives need to be encouraged not reigned in.

          God decides, not you or me. Decides about the timing of dust and everthing else. Isn’t it cool we are literally all made of star dust? Star Dust to to star dust. God of wonder….

          God bless and help us all.
          Good night

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      • JohnCasper says:

        I’m not sure, but I think he may want to ban all cars or at least all gasoline.

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      • bertdilbert says:

        You are pushing your cart along and scanning the shelves. Suddenly a can of worms catches your eye. As you give the can a once over, you notice the date stamped on the top of the can is long past expiry. Further, you notice a swell in the can indicating the contents may be pressurized.

        Do you
        A. Grab the pull tab and open the can.
        B. Keep pushing your cart forward and finish your shopping.

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    • GB Bari says:

      O/T

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      • OT big time GB Bari.

        Sundance puts up a really nice article about kindness and fellowship and out of nowhere someone hits the thread with a save the Earth post?

        Give me a break.

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      • joebkonobi says:

        I disagree. The article was about PDJT’s compassion for people, no matter where they are from. He took them in when no one else would. PDJT is a populist/nationalist. The poster’s comment was a slam against populist and exemplified pro globalists. The globalists are why we are in the situation we are in with CCP/WHOvirus That, in my opinion is on topic. The WHO, IMO, helped to create this crisis, thus it has a lot to do with the NWO globalists. Probably a lot more than we will ever know unfortunately.

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    • jeans2nd says:

      The interests of business includes the environment, bw.
      You see, we Americans are able to do more than one thing at a time.
      Remarkable, are we not?

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    • CarolynH says:

      The USA has done more than anyone to keep a pristine environment – and this is something done without regulations – I mean the EPA does such a great job /not. IT is the poor countries and China and India, etc., so if your comment is aimed at Trump for the changes he has made spare us.

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    • markjohnson2303 says:

      I trust you have comprehended which country, among all the countries of the world, leads in the area of environmentally favorable policies and technologies.

      And conversely, those which practice the opposite.

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    • john says:

      I think it’s pretty obvious that, just like in this situation, the WORLD talks big and does little. The USA is not spreading viruses, burning down Australia, deforesting the Amazon, polluting the air and water like Chinese manufacturing does, dumping raw waste into the ocean like South American countries do, or mandating ridiculous and impractical laws like replacing power grids with wind and solar as Europe has done. I think the concern needs to be for OTHER countries and not the US. This article was about how America is the good guy and the leader almost always, so your hope seems misplaced. Maybe I misunderstood your admonition and if so, I apologize.

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    • Amy2 says:

      Talk to China. If you’re on board with saving the environment, their pollution should be first on your list.

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  3. Leland Roth says:

    US CORPORATION has murdered so many over the years…Nice to have probably the greatest President ever actually care about Americans.

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  4. JOHNNY B GOODE says:

    The essence of American Exceptionalism

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  5. InAz says:

    The Daily Mail has had many articles about the USA not helping cruise ship passengers; Florida Republican governor won’t help cruise ship passengers.

    The Republicans want people to die, especially President Trump….. according to the Commie media and the libtards.

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    • tucker7518 says:

      Bet those Americans who were rescued from those cruise ships will be voting for Trump.

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      • LafnH20 says:

        I know I would, tucker7518.

        Others left them marooned on a Death Ship. They had been…
        Cast Away.
        I can’t even imagine.. A Death Ship!
        STUCK on a Death Ship!!

        President Trump rescued them. All of them. Not only American Citizens.. Every Soul onboard.

        President Trump, did not turn his back on them.

        Another “Situation” is the last thing he needed, and still,
        President Trump Fought for Them.

        He went to the mat for them.
        Because it was the Right Thing to DO!

        The Essence of America!!

        I couldn’t be most Proud of My President.

        Most Awesome-est President
        🇺🇸🇺🇸 EVAH 🇺🇸🇺🇸

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      • LafnH20 says:

        More…

        More Proud

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    • Snellvillebob says:

      Pure projection from the same folks who most likely released this virus.

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  6. Keith Lyon says:

    People need to see this. Thank you Sundance.

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  7. gary says:

    if america ever ceases to be good, she will cease to be great…

    Liked by 9 people

  8. SteveC says:

    All these things rely on the US being economically strong. We have to end this latest coup attempt, as soon as possible.

    Liked by 14 people

  9. T2020 says:

    Well said, SD.🍷

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  10. dbobway says:

    It pains me, those that don’t see it.
    It is the price of individual freedom.
    Now that precious human souls are dying,
    Enough will under stand, we are here to help those who value human life in real time.
    We don’t want to take sides, just live within our simple Republic.
    I pray to God enough will see it.

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  11. joebkonobi says:

    Well said Sundance. Proud to be an American and proud of our VSGPTrump. He will never get the credit he deserves, but that is not what he demands. All he is focused on is MAGA. I will defend him with my life! We are witnessing the greatest President ever!

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    • larry outlaw says:

      Amen brother, I feel the same way.

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    • Jacaranda11816 says:

      True, Joe. At no point in this CNN piece (linked to above) is there any mention of Trump. It goes into all kinds of detail about the dire circumstances of everyone onboard the rescued ships — without ever mentioning their rescuer, Trump, by name. *eye roll*

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  12. GB Bari says:

    It’s not surprising yet still hard to believe that NO OTHER COUNTRY volunteered to help these innocent victims of the pandemic.

    On the other hand, the pandemic was already widely known before that cruise began. Why on earth did those people ignore it.

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  13. Robert Smith says:

    Nice touch with the Norwegian Army.

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  14. Coast says:

    What timing. My wife and I were just talking about this situation.

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  15. dufrst says:

    Now, let’s reopen our country! And get back our great economy ! MAGA!

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  16. Zorro says:

    Imagine if an audience the size that MSM reaches could read this article or the one on Michael Atkinson this weekend. How things would be different,

    Liked by 3 people

    • JohnCasper says:

      As the leftist Goebbels would put it – It is vitally important for the Left to use all of its powers to repress inconvenient truths, for such truths are the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension the greatest enemy of the Left.

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    • Carl Derzsi says:

      MSM has not been relevant since 2000. That has been in every vetted high school textbook since 2002..

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    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      The MSM does not have an “audience” of any significance. Their audience spiked when they were broadcasting the briefings. They did not like that because for the first time a lot of Americans were seeing the President in a very positive light unobstructed by fake news propagandists. Now all they have is to continue sniping and lying.

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    • kaste668 says:

      If everyone here posts it to friends on Facebook, how many people would see it? Probably more than who watch the msm.

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  17. BuckeyeMom says:

    Thanks for this article. The libs want to say us conservatives aren’t compassionate. We are. I’ve been following the cruise ship stories-not that I would ever, never go on a cruise-they are full of germs in the past years. I’m following these stories to see how the international passengers respond to the US involvement to their situation. Unfortunately, I know our great President, will be maligned in their responses.

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  18. barnabusduke says:

    Hear, Hear!!!

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  19. jimincalif says:

    The USA is the greatest force for good the world has ever seen. But we need to restart our economy SOON to keep it so.

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  20. It’s always us.
    When we travel overseas we notice when we talk to people about America. They are a bit ruffled about us, Oh, America this and that but at the end it is obvious. They look to America, they look up to us, they are envious, they know who we are and who we have always been. It’s not negative, sort of like that older brother who is good at everything…..

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    • Kristin DeBacco says:

      My sister, who lives in Belgium, ( I was born there), told me one day when we were on a trip in France, that we Americans always muff it up with our dollars. We are too generous she said when I tipped in the restaurants or hotels.
      My father was a generous man, I do not necessarily mean financially but especially giving from himself, something I cultivated more upon my arrival in the states.
      What I saw here was people volunteering in school, public and private, volunteering at church, baseball football, tennis, everywhere. Helping getting people clubs and schools getting ahead.
      Build a country together.
      This is the best country with the best people in the world. I am very fortunate.
      Thank you Sundance for this very important post.

      Liked by 11 people

  21. As much as most of the world hates America, the American people lead by a great and generous leader come through again.

    BTW, most of the world hates our military, especially the aircraft carriers which supply Megawatts of electrical power to disaster areas, thousands of gallons of desalinated fresh water, advanced medical facilities not to mention supplies and helicopter transport.

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    • Tornarosa says:

      I’ve noticed when there’s a serious typhoon in the Philippines, the USN Aircraft Carriers are always the first to helicopter in palates of water, rice, ramen, MRE’s. They are obviously prepared to help, ready and willing, no strings attached. The people know the USA will be there weeks before Manila gets organized. You nailed it Sundance, a force for good

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    • 🍺Gunny66 says:

      Art of war,

      What is this crap about the world, or most of it “hates” our military?

      That is a whole load of garbage. I was in the Marines for over twenty years and traveled around the world over and over again……..

      Most countries love our military and welcomed us as we arrived with kindness and gratitude.

      How many thousands of military are / were happily married to women or men they met in other countries and taken in by their families?

      Provide a link for your statement.

      This entire thread was meant to show how exceptional we as a people we really are, and always will be………but

      It got hijacked by trolls, arguments about the environment, and a whole lot of virtue signaling…….

      Most , but not all of you sound just like the MSM….

      “Oh this is nice but”…….

      Such a good thread by Sundance………wasted by posts about your own self interests

      Later……

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  22. MaineCoon says:

    Who showed up to put out the fires on the oil in Kuwait? TEAM USA

    Who showed up on Normandy Beach & other beaches are rescued their asses? TEAM USA

    Who came to the rescue of the buried Chilean miners? TEAM USA

    Liked by 8 people

  23. Kristin DeBacco says:

    The EU did not even come to Italy’s rescue. One of their members.
    Calling President Trump a racist and whatever else.

    Liked by 5 people

  24. Skidroe says:

    I am a conservative and a Trump supporter and proud of it! But everything is going to get much worse until the Nov. election. Twitter, Facebook, and Google have all Censored conservative groups and media. The Dem’s are even paying people to post crazy stuff everywhere. I cannot believe Sundance is allowed to go on untouched. MSM and the groups mentioned above are attacking viciously and again it will only get worse. We better damn well ALL vote this Nov. and President Trump better win or our Country will no longer exist.

    Liked by 4 people

  25. burginthorn says:

    America came up with its greatest invention ever – cheerleaders. I will forever love America for that 🙂
    We even tried it down here in Australia …

    😛

    Liked by 2 people

  26. James Street says:

    Reminds me of Canadian broadcaster Gordon Sinclair’s 1973 radio broadcast “Let’s Hear It For The Americans” (5 minutes)

    Liked by 9 people

  27. bkrg2 says:

    Amen, Sundance, Amen.

    F all these other coutries and F all the Demonrats, Leftist, MSM and other anti-American turds.

    Liked by 3 people

  28. 335blues says:

    The worthless UN should be helping the poorer of the countries in the world.
    But blue helmets in America? GOD forbid it.
    I will never trust anything about the UN.
    America can take care of herself.

    Liked by 8 people

  29. CNN_sucks says:

    That’s my president.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. cherokeepeople says:

    the last thing i ever want to see in this country is a blue hat.california could break off into the ocean and they better just keep their ass right where they are.

    Liked by 2 people

  31. Big Jake says:

    Murca.

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  32. Michelle says:

    President Trump has so much compassion. He is more compassionate than any of the politicians out there, no matter what they claim to believe. And President Trump’s actions come from the heart; other politicians’ actions come from a place of trying to score political points. I actually think that President Trump would save everyone if common sense, logistics, or economics allowed it or if it wouldn’t hurt us or our country.

    Liked by 3 people

    • joebkonobi says:

      So true. I have asked myself many times if he has too big of a heart for this situation, aka., is he getting played by those who have no heart and hate him. But in the end I trust him and know he is the only one that can dig us out of this hole. And I a convinced he knows this also. MAGA/KAG.

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  33. Drogers says:

    When I read the list of situations where, once again, our country stood tall another jump into my head.
    The rescue of 33 Chilean miners trapped for 69 days 700 meters underground.

    Is this a great country or what!

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  34. vikingmom says:

    “When was the last time you saw UN blue helmets show up during Hurricane rescue and recovery along the gulf coast?”

    Every time the blue hats show up, STDs follow shortly thereafter and then most of the supplies disappear, only to be reappear for sale on the black market!

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  35. QuiAudetVincit says:

    “To the U.S. corporate media I say: ‘keep on bitchin’, griping and looking for something to complain about’, because to most Americans you get smaller every single day.”

    This right here has got to be one of the silver linings of the morass we’re currently in. Thank you SD

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  36. Karen Citn says:

    Way to go President Trump and the guest responders
    From the USA! Sundance is right, the USA is always there to help!

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  37. noswamp says:

    Proud to be part of a country that has been so transformed in the past 3.5 years. People will now begin to respect us again! We are the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!!!!!!

    This is what we do. We lead the world while they cower in fear.

    Proud to be an American CTH!

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  38. Retired IG says:

    Not sure if this is the correct place to post this. I LOVE MY COUNTRY. And thank you Sundance for reminding all of us reading here of the sacrifices American’s have always made on behalf of others.
    An Uncle I never met died in WWII. As a pilot he was shot down and died near New Guinea. That loss changed the course of emotional history for my family.
    Nonetheless, being retired does not equate with being dumb and stupid.. While working as an auditor, the mantra was “follow the money.”
    I loved this interview. Worth an hour of your time. Dr. Shiva’s credentials were EYE POPPING even for me. Perhaps the deepest cynic on the planet when it comes to Pharma. A BLESSED Palm Sunday everyone. Fear NO MORE. Except maybe Fauci. Cough, cough, cough.
    “Dave” interviews Dr. Shiva

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    • ann says:

      thank you, IG
      Glad I watched.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Though we have read ad nauseum on this topic, this one is well worth the read. Thanks for posting, Retired IG.

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    • Abster says:

      I love Dr. Shiva. He is brilliant and always a great listen. I encourage everyone to watch some of his videos. He shares so much useful information.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      I agree x 10000000000000000. The timing has everything to do with crashing the economy so President TRUMP can no longer tout his economic and jobs success, as well as making sure everyone stays home so they can get a count of heads, especially illegals, to redistribute wealth and Congressional representation. Funny how they both came at the same time too.

      This man needs to be in front of President TRUMP STAT. President TRUMP needs to gather like-minded people in an effort to ditch Dr. Birx and Dr. Fauci.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        Sorry. Count of heads through the 2020 Census.

        What is the best way to count heads? Send them home and tell them to stay put indefinitely.

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  39. huecowacko says:

    If US ever gets to the point where there are “UN blue helmets” in CONUS, we’ll be in bad shape.

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  40. Ship, ship, hurahh!!!

    Cannot imagine anything less.

    God bless the USA.

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  41. CountryClassVulgarian says:

    ‘Cause that’s what America does… May God continue to bless the USA. “To whom much is given, much is required”. May we never forget that.

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  42. grlangworth says:

    Unforced good works — they keep us on the path. Though deaf, dumb, and blind, I guess our blood just ‘flows right.’ God knows.

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  43. mainecoonman says:

    President Trumps generous and humane action cannot be praised enough.

    For anyone who is unaware of the incident look up the story of the St Louis in 1939 as portrayed in the film “Voyage of the Damned” and reflect on how many other countries even today still refuse help when it is so badly needed.

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  44. waicool says:

    Thank you for writing.

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  45. Rynn69 says:

    Nice post by Sundance.

    It is a sad reality, however, that we have the most vile, corrupt, morally bankrupt scuzzbags running the top tiers of our government and profiting off this beautiful country for personal gain. America has a long road ahead to rid our government of this other virus.

    This globalist Uniparty does not represent us – America. They have sold her out to the highest bidder. It is time to change that. Vote Red up and down the ticket.

    Liked by 1 person

  46. Dick_Turpin says:

    I’m British….and I approve of this message!!!
    1000 thumbs up!! ✔✔✔👍👍👍🙏🙏🙏

    Liked by 1 person

  47. I really hope we don’t learn in the near future that Dr. Shiva has had an “accident.”

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  48. Seneca the Elder says:

    Sundance- I can never thank you enough for the work that you do in service to our great Country.
    This essay is a perfect example of one of your many messages of faith, hope and patriotism.

    A beautiful way to start Holy Week as we approach our Easter celebration of the Resurrection of Christ. No matter what happens in the next few days, no matter how dark it gets, let us never forget that we have been promised eternal life.

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