Ingraham: ‘The People Took Their Power Back on Election Day’

The establishment, both Democratic and Republican, are mad as hell right now! They lost their power and their leverage on election day when Donald Trump won.

Trump could not be bought and he is not waist deep in the swamp. In fact, he is working to drain the swamp, and he was placed there by the American people.

We may have been the silent majority and the media may not have focused on us much, but we sure spoke loudly in the polls. We voted for Trump and he is our voice.

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“Most of us, I think, want three things: prosperity, safety, liberty, and that includes preserving our history,” Laura Ingraham said during her show “The Ingraham Angle,”

Fox News Insider reports:

She said that Americans’ love of God, family and country aren’t trite relics of the past, and they are at the very core of who we are as a people.

She said the American people saw that many of their leaders were not prioritizing those same values, and that’s why they elected President Donald Trump to the White House.

She said, “The people took their power back on Election Day, and the establishment is mad as hell. Let’s face it, they don’t really like the American people, not very much at least.”

“This show is going to be about all of this and certainly the political, the legal and the cultural battles of the day,” Ingraham continued, “But something more: how all of that affects your life and that of your families.”

“I’m going to get answers for you, and I’m going to hold the powerful accountable. And that includes you, Mr. President,” she concluded, “And every night, with you, we’ll continue to answer this question: What is America to me, to all of us?”

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