Letter: Trumpetized or Humanized, your choice

There was a sharp contrast between the Republican and Democratic Conventions.
It is no mystery Donald Trump has been able to influence a sufficient number of sympathizers to support his nomination and cause. Probably due to their all of the same mentality.

The Republicans Convention was just a place for more of the sam. It was fear based, dark and very toxic. Trumps demagoguery and fascism takes on a cult like movement, which embraces their fear religiously.

Trumps followers are >>>>>>>>>>>> and held in bondage by Trump, to fear everything. They want to believe about America and the rest if the world. It was a twisted, unconventional convention. The entire event was Trumpetized. On the other hand, the Democratic Convention, It was an upbeat universal conscious of strength, hope and confidence to move America and more prosperous and forward. The president and Michele Obama were extremely charismatic and inspiring.

The personal testimonies from people expressing their gratitude for the hand of Hillary reaching out to them in their time of need.

In another speech with his wife at his side,Khriz Khan, the father of their fallen son, Captain Khan a U.S. Army Soldier. Khran a Muslim, captivated everyone when he challenged Trumps Constitutional Knowledge. Concerning Trumps pledge to ban Muslims from the United States.

Chelsea introduced her mother Hillary Clinton. When Hillary appeared on stage, there was a thunderous standing ovation. The waving of hundreds of “Hillary”, flags, excitement and endless cheering turned into pandaemonium shouting “Hillary….Hillary”.

Finally there was silence and Hillary accepted her nomination and she went on to declare her changes and commitments of her platform.

She gave a historic speech and presented herself as the first female to be nominated as the Commander in Chief of the United States of America. The entire event was humanized with the assurance of all Americans “Standing Stronger Together”.

Harold, Des Moines

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