Certainly, one of the most incredible revelations that we have experienced under the leadership of President Donald Trump is the so-called “Trump Effect”, in which American greatness shines under the influence of a man whose only goal is to make us great again.
A great deal of the Trump Effect has been on the consumer confidence side of things. Our CEO-in-Chief has been a breath of fresh air in the economic realm, of course, having instill a confidence in the American marketplace that few have been able to spur in the past. This has, in turn, brought a number of businesses back into the country, including folks such as IBM, Chrysler, and Ford, whose previously outsourced jobs are returning home.
Now, however, another piece of Americana is on the rise. This one may be only symbolic, but who can deny the divine messages we receive from the ether?
Since 2016, four states have experienced record-breaking counts of bald eagle nests in the wild, which biologists have attributed to an increase in public awareness and the 1972 pesticide ban that occurred when natural bald eagle pairings only numbered in the few hundred.
“This species, our national symbol, since 1782, was on the brink of extinction, and to see it come back the way it has, it’s an inspiring story all the way around,” said wildlife biologist Bob Sargent.
Coincidentally, Donald Trump has a long history of invoking this symbol of freedom via Twitter:
Obama's wind turbines kill “13-39 million birds and bats every year!” http://t.co/33vZUrkKu2 Save our bald eagles, symbol of our nation!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 23, 2014
It's Friday. How many bald eagles did wind turbines kill today? They are an environmental & aesthetic disaster.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 24, 2012
Whether or not there is any direction relation between Donald Trump’s policies and the return of our national bird is a bit irrelevant, as we here at Constitution are just glad that both at growing stronger as the days wear on.