Who would’ve thought: job creators like Donald Trump.
While Hillary continues to garner support from shady Wall Street donors, Trump has attracted supporters in industry concerned with the economy for all American workers, not just the Wall Street casino.
The latest to come out in support of Donald Trump is Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus, who argued in Real Clear Politics that another four years of liberal policies would ruin America.
Conservative Tribune reports:
“As a backer of former Republican presidential candidates, I now stand in support of Donald J. Trump because the fate of this nation depends upon sending him, and not Hillary Clinton, to the White House,” Marcus wrote in the Wednesday piece.
“I know Donald Trump, but we’re not close friends,” he explained. “However, I believe he will begin on Day One undoing the damage done by President Barack Obama. I stand ready to help him at every turn.”
Marcus’ first priority is making sure that the Supreme Court does not veer dangerously leftward.
“Like many, I am deeply concerned about the U.S. Supreme Court. When Trump recently released his list of potential appointees, I grew confident in his resolve to keep our court balanced,” Marcus wrote. “Even more important: Clinton will push the court leftward for generations. She must be stopped.”
He also said that the left’s anti-business policies would wreak further havoc on our economy.
“I genuinely believe that if we to started The Home Depot today, we would fail because of the hurdles government, especially the current administration, places in front of small business owners. I never forget The Home Depot’s small business roots — we started as a small business with four stores in Atlanta, Georgia,” he wrote.
“I think of the banker who nearly lost his job by taking a risk and giving us a line of credit when we started. He didn’t just look at our balance sheet; he believed in our character and determination. Government regulators don’t allow this under Dodd-Frank — a law Hillary Clinton wants to make far worse.
“Yet the risks we took in the 1970s have resulted in millions of jobs — not just at The Home Depot, but at our suppliers, our vendors, and even our customers’ businesses. Investors believed in us, and the government did not stop us.
Good for him. If liberals try to boycott Home Depot after reading this – I’m sure they’ll have just as much success as they did boycotting Chick-fil-A.