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If this doesn't bring a tear to your eye, then you're probably voting for Joe Biden.
The RNC has absolutely been CRUSHING it this week.
Night after night, they've celebrated America.
Instead of bringing out Washington elites and Hollywood celebrities like the DNC, we've been hearing from every day Americans and common heroes.
One of those patriots is Madison Cawthorn.
He is paralized from the waist down and can only move via wheelchair.
Despite this, he stood up at the RNC to HONOR America and endorse President Trump.
Compare this to the DNC, where people bashed America and accused our great country of "systemic racism."
Cawthorn is an an inspiration!
See highlights from his speech below:
Madison Cawthorn's speech was about overcoming adversity.
What an inspiration, especially as our nation wrestles with multiple challenges.
According to the New York Post:
He’s truly a rising GOP star.
Madison Cawthorn — a GOP congressional candidate who will likely become the youngest person ever elected to Congress — gave an impassioned speech at the 2020 Republican National Convention about adversity and being part of a guard of young lawmakers remaking the nation.
The real estate investment CEO, 25, recounted his own compelling life story where he was left paralyzed and wheelchair-bound after a car accident at the age of 18 before.
Cawthorn sent shockwaves through Washington in June when he unexpectedly won the GOP primary runoff in a North Carolina congressional seat left vacant by White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.
“At 20, I thought about giving up. However, I knew I could still make a difference. My accident gave me new eyes to see, and new ears to hear,” he said on the third night of the convention, themed “Land of Heroes.”
“At 20, I made a choice. In 2020, our country has a choice. We can give up on the American idea, or we can work together to make our imperfect union more perfect,” he continued.
“I choose to fight for the future, to seize the high ground and retake the Shining City on a Hill. While the radical left wants to dismantle, defund, and destroy, Republicans, under President Trump’s leadership, want to rebuild, restore and renew,” he said.
Cawthorn stands to become the youngest person ever elected to Congress and is expected to triumph against Democrat Moe Davis, a former military prosecutor, in November.
If Cawthorn wins, he will be a stark antidote to the radical AOC.
It's about time the GOP got younger stars to join it's ranks!
Of course, the media and their allies in the Democrat party are in damage control after a successful week at the RNC.
PBS reporter Yamiche Alcindor attempted to attack Madison Cawthorn for standing.
However, the Daily Mailreports that Alcindor's attack was tone-deaf and criticized by observers:
The White House correspondent for PBS has come under fire after she tweeted that the moment a paralyzed GOP House candidate stood up from his wheelchair at the Republican National Convention was a ‘direct rebuke’ to athletes protesting police brutality.
Yamiche Alcindor, who is also a contributor to NBC News and MSNBC, was live-tweeting while covering the third night of the convention on Wednesday when it was Madison Cawthorn’s turn to speak.
Cawthorn, who was left paralyzed and in need of a wheelchair after a car accident in 2014, ended the speech by dramatically rising from his wheelchair and standing with the aid of a walker while reciting lines from Pledge of Allegiance.
Alcindor tweeted: ‘Madison Cawthorn made it a point to stand, suggesting that all Americans to should stand during the pledge of allegiance & national anthem.
The tweet continued: ‘It was a direct rebuke of actions by ppl - including black athletes who are currently sitting out games - protesting police brutality.’
Cawthorn supporters on Twitter reacted angrily to Alcindor’s tweet.
‘It’s pathetic to watch you try to shame someone for their disability to fit your agenda,’ one Twitter user remarked.
‘Him standing was so much bigger and more than your political game. Shame on you.’
During his speech on Wednesday, Cawthorn hit out at those rioting in the wake of the police shooting of a black man, Jacob Blake, in Kenosha, Wisconsin, as well as the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis while in custody in late May.
He urged Americans not to ‘cower to a mob’ and to ‘kneel before God but stand for our flag.’
As he rose from his wheelchair, Cawthorn said: ‘Be a radical for liberty and be a radical for our republic for which I stand, one nation under God, with liberty and justice for all.’
As we get closer to the election, expect more attacks coming from liberal "reporters" like Alcindor.
They know that Trump is in a strong position to win reelection.
They have nothing left but vicious mud slinging.