What Donald J. Trump’s Victory Means to Me

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

There was something about Donald J. Trump that caught my attention from the minute that he announced his candidacy for the presidency of the United States.

I recognized Trump’s impenetrable will and determination from the beginning, and this led me to look deeply into his personality, in every possible way. This meant that I had to face the weakness of his humanity along with all of you, as the imperfect human being that he is.  Indeed, the despicable mainstream media rummaged about, in order to bring his past pecadillos to the surface, as they dug deep to find anything, in order to attack him and bring him down. In spite of all this, I supported him throughout the primary and the general election.

I knew full well that Trump’s campaign was one of the boldest moves ever attempted in America’s political history– which meant that we were at war with powerful corrupt forces from within and from without.

In the middle of a battle of this magnitude, only the ones who are strong and focused survive.

I am one of them.

I ran for the United States Senate (Republican, on the ballot 2012-FL). Running a federal campaign in a state as large as Florida was an immense sacrifice and task for my family and I.  And running as a newcomer battling the corrupt Republican establishment turned it into a Herculean effort.

I worked very hard, traveling up and down and crisscrossing the state, delivering speeches and meeting with Floridians from all walks of life and all racial and religious backgrounds.

My message was strong and defiant against evil: I was the only authentic conservative Republican candidate running on a pro-traditional family and prolife without exception platform, exposing in detail the corruption of globalist socialist programs like the United Nations Sustainable Development (Agenda for the 21st Century) and the Islamic-Marxist agenda. The latter being an issue still poorly understood by most Americans, since they do not know the extent of the communist tentacles all over the world, and the role that Marxism plays in the Middle East, inside groups like Hamas, Hezbollah and the waging of jihad in all its manifestations.

Unfortunately, as recently as 2012, there were many inside the Republican Party establishment who felt that defending the unborn, defending traditional marriage and fighting against Marxism were controversial issues. As such, the Republican Party, with the exception of a few Executive Committees and clubs, set every obstacle to keep me from delivering my speeches and being heard, even though I was one of four Republican candidates on the ballot– an accomplishment I reached with the support of thousands of patriotic and decent Americans who believed in my message and respected my determination.

In fact, I had the privilege of meeting Democrats who switched their registration to Republican, in order to vote for me, even though they did not agree fully with all of my positions. Their trust in my character and convictions was bigger than their party affiliation. I am proud of this accomplishment.

My supporters understood clearly that my decision to run was based entirely on my love for this country, which saved my life from communism.

In spite of the insurmountable and corrupt Republican establishment obstacles, I managed to receive 7.3% (81,808 votes)– which is an impressive outcome when you consider that I had never run for political office before, and had a very small budget, compared to the millions of dollars raised by my other Republican establishment opponents, like former Senator George Lemieux and Congressman Connie Mack.

But whatever I lacked in money, I more than made up for in strength of character, in order to get my message out and help save this country from the abyss of socialism, where the vortex of America’s destructive forces is found.

Given the above experience, you can clearly understand why I am delighted about Donald J. Trump’s victory– because I had the same bold determination as Trump, faced the same nauseating and corrupt opposition from the Republican establishment– but lacked the money that Trump has, in order to overcome these obstacles.

What hurt most deeply was not the fact that I lost. It was the fact that there was no one else in the U.S. Senate willing to oppose the evil that is destroying this country, without fear for their political careers. As such, I have watched America descend further into socialism, at a local, state and federal level since 2012, while Republican legislators lied and turned their backs on the promises they had made to us, in order to get elected.

Donald J. Trump has lifted the sadness I have felt for this country, as I also see Americans lose their freedom and sovereignty. Trump has given me new hope that America can survive. That America can rise above the indecent progressive agenda, which has perturbed and misled more than two generations, by depriving their rights under the natural law.

Trump’s victory has given me new hope that America can and will rise against evil.

I may not have succeeded in 2012 in my hopes of becoming your beloved and loyal U.S. Senator from Florida. But through my writing, which I had been doing since well before my U.S. Senate campaign, I have reached more people than I ever dreamed of, not just in the United States– but across the world.  The messages of gratitude I receive from people who have finally connected the dots across the spectrum of evil found in socialism, is my greatest reward.

Finally, Donald J. Trump’s victory means so much to me, because no one else, since I took the bold step of running for the United States Senate, has stood so firmly and selflessly on the side of all freedom loving Americans.

Someone has to say the truth…

Copyright © Marielena Montesino de Stuart. All rights reserved.

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Someone has to say the truth... © Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Marielena Montesino de Stuart Conservative Columnist and Speaker. Republican Candidate for the U.S. Senate (on the ballot 2012 - Florida). New Leadership and Courage for America.