“Make America Great Again” is a fantastic slogan. Everyone loves it, right?
NYC governor Andrew Cuomo can make insulting comments like, “America was never great” all he wants.
True patriots know that America once was great, and can be great again, thanks to President Donald Trump.
And now, he has a new slogan, one that honors those who helped make this country great over the past two centuries.
It goes hand-in-hand with the Trump administration’s promise to bring jobs back to the U.S., and it’s absolutely perfect.
From Western Journal:
“During a showcase of American-made goods this week, President Donald Trump hosted representatives from companies across the country for a White House event.
At one point, he revealed a twist on his ubiquitous campaign cap and its slogan.
In the distinctive John Deere green-and-yellow color scheme, the hats read, ‘Make Our Farmers Great Again.’“
As Pres Trump walked to the WH, he displayed two green ballcaps, with the words, "Make Our Farmers Great Again." pic.twitter.com/nZws7k0DKV
— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) August 30, 2018
Along with manufacturing and other industries, our Commander-in-Chief is working hard to help American farmers.
Remember, much like factories, American farms have been hit hard by outsourcing; businesses undercut American workers by buying produce from farmers in other countries.
Bad trade deals and questionable practices overseas made it impossible for American farmers to compete.
In much the same way American factories were closing, American farms were looking at a bleak future.
Thank you, Obama!
But that’s all changing, thankfully. President Trump is vowing to restore pride and profits to the American farmer, as well as the everyday, all-important American worker.
And you know what?
The new hat was an instant hit with those in attendance. It was made available on the Trump/Pence online store—and sold out in less than 72 hours!
Yes, Americans are eager to make this nation great once again, and our farmers deserve respect and appreciation!
Wouldn’t you agree?
Source: Western Journal