Anyone with an ounce of sense will ask for help if they need help.
About two years ago, I had broken my arm and was in a cast for a little while. Things that required two hands I needed a little bit of help with if I was outside of my house.
Once, I made the mistake of grocery shopping without my wife there and realized that I couldn’t lift something with one arm into the trunk of the car. I had to ask someone that was walking past if they could help me lift it. I didn’t ask them to come home and put all my groceries away. Just the one or two things that I needed help with into the trunk…
Apparently, the situation on the ground in Wisconsin is deteriorating by the day. We are only a few days out from the shooting of an unarmed man who was resisting arrest, which sparked riots, arson, shootings and what appears to be all out bedlam in Kenosha, Wisconsin and already President Trump is taking action..
Earlier today President Trump announced that he was not going to sit back and let things get worse, and that he would be making moves to put down, what appears to be a BLM style uprising in the midwestern city.
The Democrat Governor of Wisconsin, Tony Evers spoke with President Trump today, following about half a week of unrest which escalated to include the deaths of two men in a shooting and what is likely millions upon millions of dollars in property damage. It is being reported that the Governor has agreed to allow the National Guard to quell the chaos and end the violence.
President Trump tweeted:
‘We will NOT stand for looting, arson, violence, and lawlessness on American streets. My team just got off the phone with Governor Evers who agreed to accept federal assistance (Portland should do the same!)…’
‘…TODAY, I will be sending federal law enforcement and the National Guard to Kenosha, WI to restore LAW and ORDER!’
While we are usually critical of Democrats in leadership (especially when they do not seem to be doing enough to put an end to their destruction of their cities or states) we have to applaud Governor Evers for making the tough, but correct (IMHO) decision to allow the Guard to be sent in to secure the area and prevent any further bloodshed.