Prominent figures in sports and media entertainment are lining up to oppose Donald Trump.
It’s impossible to go five minutes without hearing a celebrity rail against Republicans and encouraging people to vote for Joe Biden and the Democrats.
But one Hall of Fame football coach explained why he’s campaigning for Donald Trump.
The 2020 election is right around the corner, and Democrats are counting on celebrities to bring voters to the polls.
But Hall of Fame football coach Lou Holtz is one of the prominent figures who’s unabashedly supporting Donald Trump in November.
Holtz is 83 years old and recently lost his wife to throat cancer, but he still feels compelled to help Trump win the election.
And he told a reporter exactly why during an event Eric Trump:
“I’m not here for Lou Holtz…I’m here for my children and my grandchildren.”@CoachLouHoltz88 discussing why he’s hitting the campaign trail for President @realDonaldTrump 🙏🏻🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/HVh1iuBJGB
— Cath O’Neill 🎃 (@cathponeill) October 16, 2020
Pro-lockdown Democrats have been trying to scare people inside for months, but Holtz wants to live his life so that his kids and grandkids can enjoy the freedom he did.
The Wuhan virus has been used by big government politicians to seize more power and use it in irresponsible ways.
The encroachment on churches in several states has been particularly disturbing.
The World Health Organization and many other health experts determined that lockdowns are not a useful tool in combating the pandemic.
But the damage has already been done.
Thousands of businesses have shuttered permanently, and tens of millions of Americans are out of work.
The unforeseen health consequences are still being tabulated.
That’s why Holtz’s desire to campaign for Trump is so important.
He understands what’s at stake if the power-hungry Democrats seize even more control than they already have.
This isn’t the first that Holtz has worked with the Trump administration.
When asked if the kids in the program would mimic Colin Kaepernick’s anti-American anthem protest, Holtz said, “We’re going to teach them to stand for the flag and we’re going to kneel for the cross.”
Holtz won a national championship as head coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in 1988, so he knows how to communicate a winning message.
Hopefully he can help Trump on the campaign because the prospect of the Democrats claiming more power should be terrifying to all patriotic Americans.