Duty, Honor, Country are the ideals that motivate and inspire America’s military. I was inspired by these words every day of my 39 years of service to my country. Surrounding these three words with the clarity of God in our lives leads me to aggressively and enthusiastically endorse President Donald Trump for a second term as President of the United States.
President Trump is fully committed to ensuring that God remains at the center of our public square, as guaranteed by the Constitution and envisioned by our Founders. The clear purpose of the Democratic Party and Vice President Biden is to remove God and spiritual wellness completely from the lives of Americans.
President Trump feels a deep and abiding Duty to guide America back to its cultural roots, also as articulated by our Founders and enunciated in the Constitution. Democrats and Vice President Biden desire to liberally interpret the Constitution as a function of today’s meanderings of an increasingly lost society.
President Trump Honors his nation by working relentlessly to end the migration of American jobs offshore while rebuilding the “Made in America” manufacturing base that produced the most powerful country in the world. The Democrats and Vice President Biden favor an unfair global marketplace where American jobs are sacrificed to overseas big business stockholder interests.
President Trump exemplifies our country as a marvelous melting pot of great peoples, cultures and races, each with equal access to and opportunity for our freedoms. The Democratic Party and Vice President Biden brand every American as a member of some institutionally disadvantaged group, each of which must seek societal victory over all other groups. The corruption and cultural destruction of identity politics is their mantra.
God, Duty, Honor, Country. President Trump’s America. May God lead him to victory and service for the next four years as our President and Commander-in-Chief.
General B.B. Bell
General Bell’s service spanned 39 years including 14 years deployed overseas in both peace and war. His final assignments as a four-star General included Commander, U.S. Army, Europe; Commander, NATO Land Component Command; and Commander, United States and Allied Forces, Republic of Korea (South Korea).