Chuck Norris spoke out to all Republicans to rally behind Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, because a “no” vote for Mr. Trump is a vote for Hillary Clinton, and another Clinton presidency “will certainly dismantle or destroy what is left of our republic.”
This weekend, as I sat watching Dinesh D’Souza’s new documentary, “Hillary’s America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party,” a must-see for all patriots across our country, I was thinking again about the monumental consequences of another Clinton presidency.
I also thought: If reluctant Republicans and other freedom-loving citizens don’t rally now behind GOP nominee Donald Trump, we could elect Hillary by default, or by those who merely stay at home on Election Day.
Let me illustrate my point.
Many of you may remember that I supported Mike Huckabee for president in 2008. He was doing great, beating out Mitt Romney, when some shenanigans were pulled by bringing in Fred Thompson as a candidate to compete against Mike for the evangelical and conservative votes in South Carolina.
Unfortunately, it worked. Mike lost South Carolina to John McCain, and Mike finally bowed out of the race for president. Fred Thompson also bowed out, and John McCain lost the election to Obama.
Let me be clear: John McCain is a friend, and so was Fred Thompson. I realize this is politics, but we still don’t have to like it.
I believe Huckabee should have run again in 2012. Everyone was begging for him to do so. He beat Romney in 2008, and I believe he would have done it again in 2012. I believe Mike would have also defeated Obama, and we wouldn’t be going through this present craziness.
Of course, that is all ancient history.
Now, for this election: I said in a past article that we had 17 highly qualified people running for the Republican nomination. Of course, I initially supported Mike Huckabee, but this has been an election race like no other, a real doozy.
After Mike dropped out, I decided to wait until the people chose the candidate they wanted as their next president. Then, I would wholeheartedly support that candidate, which is now Donald Trump.
I met Trump 42 years ago at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. I was retiring as the World Marital Arts Champion, and Bill “Super-foot” Wallace was fighting for the title, which he won. The promoters made a big deal about my retirement. Donald was there as a special guest.
When I met him, he asked me why I was retiring. I answered, “Donald, I’m 34 years old, and I’ve held the world title for six years. I want to retire a winner.”
Donald thought for a second, and then said, “That makes sense to me.”
That was it. I haven’t seen or spoken to him since. However, I will tell you, I liked him. He was very friendly and sincere.