America is going to love Trump’s revenge

Amid the whole corrupt Keystone Cops show trial conviction of Donald Trump last week in a New York courtroom is the preponderance of data at this point that indeed, Trump will have his revenge – and it will start with being elected the 47th president of the United States.

As president – again – Trump’s revenge won’t target the likes of Judge Juan Merchan or prosecutor Alvin Bragg or any of the other legions of terrified deep state lackeys or prosecutors or  judges who see Trump and his movement as a threat to their progressive socialist ambitions and have blatantly conscripted the American legal system to do their bidding against him. Trump’s day of reckoning won’t even be employed against the toddering, muddled geriatric who’s now puppeteered as the U.S. president by a handful of socialist zealots in his administration who’ve used him to make a debacle of our Republic.

Trump’s retribution will be more enveloping and universal and will translate to a win for the country and a personal exaltation for himself. It will come down to one simple term: Success. Because living well is the best revenge.

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All but one element of the disastrous national landscape which Biden and Democrats have created will be easy for Trump to solve, particularly since he solved these issues during the first three years of his previous presidency. It won’t be immediate because of the sheer depths of Biden’s rotting decline, but the answers are all there and apparent. 

Removing Biden’s choke chain from the U.S. oil and gas industry will put the country back on track to be energy self-sufficient, a position the nation held under Trump until Biden began dismantling oil and gas production and its future prospects on day one of his administration. The benefits for the country won’t be seen just in lower gasoline prices although that will be the most generally apparent; the benefits will also circulate within the sphere of National Security, the consumer economy and general industrial might. It took only a few years under Trump’s previous policies to develop a U.S. energy sector which for the first time in decades became an exporter of energy. The template for that success is already in place.

The U.S. southern border is another proven success which was torpedoed by Biden’s intent to flood the nation with eventual Democrat voters. Unshackling U.S. Border Patrol and returning it to a security force instead of the Walmart greeters of an international invasion will be the first step to stemming the tide of the southern invasion. Finishing the border wall, which Trump failed to complete in his first effort, will be the next.

Disinfecting the U.S. Military of woke silliness will be another major accomplishment which will revive military success for the country. The Biden administration’s moronic priority that the country’s military should be more concerned with imaginary equity than with lethality has destroyed morale among the warrior class and diluted the interest of potential soldiers as reflected in failed recruiting quotas. Cleansing the military services of this forlorn focus on race, DEI, preferred pronouns and the ills of whiteness and re-prioritizing it to the killing of our enemies will be as simple as the right appointment to Secretary of Defense.

The one lingering poison that will be hardest to rectify will be the inflationary fire Biden and his unhinged Covid-cloaked spending has fueled. With three years of skyrocketing food costs, unattainable home mortgages and spiking prices for most consumer goods, our nation now realizes why curtailing inflation has been such a national priority regardless of party administrations for the past 40 years and why it is so important to keep interest rates low and consumer prices competitive. Easing the money supply while encouraging competition will be key – and reduced energy prices under a “drill baby drill” energy policy will have immense impact as well.

The sweet nectar of Trump’s revenge will be to Make America Great Again.

Dane Hicks is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and the United States Marine Corps Officer Candidate School at Quantico, VA. He is the author of novels "The Skinning Tree" and "A Whisper For Help." As publisher of the Anderson County Review in Garnett, KS., he is a recipient of the Kansas Press Association's Boyd Community Service Award as well as more than 60 awards for excellence in news, editorial and photography.