No state epitomizes the image of a convergence of assorted cultures and races more than New York City, and it’s no surprise that the robust New Yorker Donald Trump emphatically understands the “Melting Pot Principle.” Most people would define a melting pot as a crucible of multiculturalism. But this imagery only reveals the product of a deeper principle whose origin is deeply in rooted Christian doctrine. The principle is defined as the law of liberty, which bestows grace and hospitality to all who legally migrate to America’s shores.
The principle of this law was summarized in Scripture: “For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this: ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself’” (Galatians 5:14). The practice of this guiding light made America the most cherished nation in the world. Imagine how beautiful a place the world would be if every nation observed this royal law. But the world often chooses the darkness over the light. And now the melting pot seems to be melting away.
The beautiful words inscribed on the Statue of Liberty plaque were most fitting for a budding nation that aspired to share its good fortune by welcoming those “tempest-tost” tired and poor who wished to seek a better life through hard work and perseverance. But now those words have been used as a cloak for vice. All too often, progressives rub the invitation in our faces, forgetting that in 1776 it was anything but a license to take advantage of American generosity. It was once an offer to come and make a reputable name for yourself, but now it is perceived as an opportunity to rape America.
Perhaps it’s time to rescript the words on the tablet (just in time for the Semiquincentennial). The illegal invaders of our border have no respect for our values and customs. By their behavior, you’d think the tablet reads: “Bring me your addicts, your criminals, your mentally infirm masses yearning to prosper off of others’ hard work.” That simply won’t do! Yes, rewrite the tablet and make it say what President Trump has voiced many times. If you have a dream and have something to contribute, come. But come legally through our gates and be ready to contribute something to America’s beauty and prosperity.
The new government experiment in lawlessness and every form of ungodliness has shown us clearly what a pitiful flea circus results from poor leadership. We must give Gov. Ron DeSantis credit for skillfully shutting down the wretched Gov. Gruesome Newsom with a list of plain facts. Thankfully, free speech still survives, and the message of truth is getting out. The data does speak for itself. If it can persuade even hard-core left-wing liberals like BLM leaders and former CNN hosts to now align with America First ideology — there is yet hope for America!
We are now demonstrating that we can overcome all the lies and propaganda pimped endlessly by the fake news media. Americans are beginning to feel the pain. Perhaps we shouldn’t allow our pride to hold us back from avowing that Donald Trump was right about many things, like border security, law and order, and the Melting Pot Principle. President Trump is highly popular with Blacks, Asians, Hispanics, and every other race because he embraces this right moral code. He is anything but a racist; he always has been a universal man who capitalizes on individual strengths, regardless of race, sex, or creed. His Melting Pot credo is proclaimed in one famous quote that will resound through history, emphasizing “faith in each other and trust in God.”
“As long as we have faith in each other, and trust in God, then there is no goal, at all, beyond our reach. There is no dream too large, no task too great,” – Donald Trump.
With his astounding lead in the polls, we can only conclude that America wants President Trump back in office to finish the job he began. He learned many hard lessons in his first term. Now he will implement a comeback plan that will hopefully annihilate the deep state and restore American greatness — but only if we stick to the heart and soul of the Melting Pot Principle.
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