In America today, there is a vast conservative awakening occurring that seems to be shaking the liberal pillars of media malfeasance to their core, as the left’s assault on the Constitution drives patriots away.
The flash point of this cultural revolution, so far, has been the election of Donald Trump as President of The United States, and it wasn’t only his populist ideology that has brought this success to our nation. It was the way which Trump won that was so powerful. Not only did the politically inexperienced Trump completely game Clinton on the electoral map, famously visiting pockets of Wisconsin that Clinton herself wouldn’t dare to step foot, but he ignited a fierce love of our nation that has always burned within the hearts of the true believers.
Sure, that sounded a little bit “far out” there, but it’s absolutely accurate. Americans are coming back out of the conservative closet in droves, and it has been shocking the democratic party to its core.
Take Susan Rice, for instance. The Obama official was linked to the inexcusable unmasking of the coming Trump transition team during the 2016 election, providing debate fodder for democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
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Now, in a stunning bit of turnabout, Susan Rice’s son has become one of the leading pro-Trump voices on his college campus.
One of Stanford University’s most vocal conservative leaders, who is determined to “Make Stanford Great Again,” is the son of controversial Obama administration official Susan Rice.
John David Rice-Cameron, 20, told Fox News on Wednesday that the Tea Party movement inspired him to move away from his parents’ politics and become a conservative.
Though they are polar opposites politically, the son who avidly supports President Trump and the mother who is a diehard liberal enjoy a solid relationship.
“My mother and I have a great relationship, and my mother believes strongly in the free and respectful exchange of ideas,” Rice-Cameron told Fox News. “We disagree on most of the standard Republican/Democrat disagreements. However, we agree that America is the greatest nation the world has ever seen, and thus, we believe that America has an important role to play as a force for liberty and justice on the world stage.”
He says the two both support free trade, robust American engagement in Africa, and believe that Russia poses a major threat to American interests.
Rice-Cameron’s father is Ian Cameron, a former long time producer and executive at reliably liberal ABC News. Both Cameron and Rice went to Stanford, as well.
We can’t even imagine what these Thanksgiving dinners must be like.