The corporate press is itching to anoint Joe Biden as president of the United States.
While the legal process plays out, Donald Trump is still the president and he’s still getting things done.
And one Trump-supporting coach just received a special award.
Widespread voter irregularities have cast doubt on the 2020 election.
The President is still fighting to protect the integrity of the election.
But in the meantime, Trump is working to fulfill campaign promises like bringing troops home from the Middle East and Northern Africa.
Trump is also paying respects to great Americans like former Notre Dame football head coach Lou Holtz.
During an Oval Office ceremony, Trump awarded Holtz the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
The medal honors “an especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of the United States, world peace, cultural or other significant public or private endeavors.”
Holtz made sure to honor the players who made the moment possible.
He said, “They’re recognized for what they did. I’m recognized for what other people did. I never made a block or a tackle, but I did try to teach people to make good choices. That’s all I ever tried to do.”
Perhaps Holtz’s greatest achievement was winning a national championship at Notre Dame in 1988 after the program had bottomed out under Gerry Faust in 1985.
Holtz also said, “I’m even prouder to receive it from President Donald Trump,” and added that Trump was the “greatest president in my lifetime.”
He explained his rationale for doing so by saying, “I’m just one of these old-fashioned people…I’m an old person. It doesn’t mean much to me, but I’m doing this for my children, my grandchildren, their future and it’s something I believe.”
Even though Holtz is 83 years old and at higher risk of COVID-19, he felt it was important to campaign for Trump because the Democrats have gone far-left and they’re tearing apart the country.
Democrats now represent global interests, and Trump’s pro-America policies and antiwar instincts deeply angered the globalists and the neocon warhawks.
As Holtz said, he’s concerned about the future for his children and grandchildren.
China is making considerable moves to be the global hegemon, and multibillionaires in America and abroad seem all too eager to make it happen.
Under Trump, the economy—particularly the energy sector—thrived and employment reached historic lows.
Meanwhile, Democrats are eager to undo the energy independence gained under Trump and enact burdensome regulations that will slow business and economic growth.
And then there is the culture war being fought against the far-left.
Trump gave the Republican party a spine against the radicals who want to tear down the country.
Holtz did end up contracting COVID, but fittingly, he beat it.