‘An Election Game-Changer’: Even Liberal Media Think Tiffany Trump’s Speech ‘Compelling’

Written By BlabberBuzz | Wednesday, 26 August 2020 13:25

Tiffany Trump, at 26 the President’s youngest, and most reclusive daughter, made a rare appearance at the RNC last night and gave one of the best speeches of the decade.

Being the same age as many of the Anti-Trump and far-left activists, she showed up and delivered a message that had even MSNBC and CNN stumped as to how to make that performance look bad.

She started her speech talking about the problematic media today and the mostly bias news.

“Rather than allowing Americans the right to form our own beliefs, this misinformation system keeps people mentally enslaved to the ideas they deem correct. This has fostered unnecessary fear and divisiveness amongst us.” The beauty of her speech was that she was saying the same things her father has been saying for so many years, yet in a more refined, toned down and relatable way and that is exactly how it was received amongst the Trump critics.

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Tiffany recently graduated law school, and was famously known for being approachable and “a regular person’, making her also perfect to address the problems within universities and the education system in general.

She was able to connect the media being bias and its effects on our education systems. “For our education system, it meant sacrificing civil debate by creating an atmosphere where students with contrary opinions are too afraid to speak. Many students find themselves suppressing their beliefs to fit into what the acceptable group think is.”

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She was able to express the hardships of having different opinions on college campus’s these days, and was also able to show the true problem with this and how it goes against the American ideals.

She went after the culture of shaming people for their opinions, and correlated it to the death of true freedom – when you are afraid to actually say what you feel or is on your mind without reprisals from those who do not agree or like you.

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Tiffany wrapped up her speech beautifully, expressing the ideals that her father stands by and what they are trying to preserve. “We believe in equality of opportunity. We believe in freedom of thought and expression. Think what you want, seek out the truth, learn from those with different opinions and then freely make your voice heard to the world.”

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What was so genius about her speech was that most sane Americans could connect to her points. She was not being political at all. No rants against one person or another or one ideal over another, just what is happening in society and what we need to fix it. ‘She was speaking her truth and the truth for so many people her age who feel trapped’ said a CNN panelist who was speechless as they had spent 20 minutes speaking of how ‘shameful it is to parade your children out to stump for you.’

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Yet, not once during her speech did she mention Biden or any political opponent of her father. A rather smart move not going against anyone, but just showing what her father has been doing and what the administration beliefs in.

“If you care about living your life without restraints, about rebelling against those who would suppress your voice, and building your American dream, then the choice in this election is clear. A vote for my father, Donald J. Trump.” Altogether she was one of the highlights of the RNC, that has been largely successful, even getting applaud from liberal media.

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