Can We Really Pretend There Is A Real Standard For The Presidency After Donald Trump?
Don’t get me wrong. I love Oprah but I have no desire for our government to be run by billionaires. However, I do take issue with the main stream media’s new, sudden, continuous attack on Oprah, from her wealth to her dealings with accused sexual predator Harvey Weinstein, “junk medical providers” Dr. Mehmet Oz and Dr. Phil. As far as I’m concerned, nothing Oprah has ever said or done would ever be worse than what we currently have occupying our White House.
I find it interesting after giving the most mediocre white man in America-Donald Trump-the highest office in the land, we’ve suddenly deployed all this qualifying criteria which wasn’t a deal breaker for Donald Trump. In other words, let’s not get cute now that we think a black woman is running for president.
Bottom line, Oprah is a real billionaire. Oprah is a college educated, self-made woman with pretty good business acumen. Oprah has blessed real people and real charities. Oprah has the ability to bring people together. Oprah has “lived out loud.” There’s no surprises or secrets with her. At the end of the day, I don’t think we would have a quarter of the issues out of Oprah, we currently have out of Trump.
Like most voters, I’d prefer to see a person with an extensive background in public service, legislative, executive experience and accomplishments. In 2016, we had this. Her name was Hillary Clinton, yet an inexperienced, incompetent, racist, bigoted, xenophobic, treasonous con man is our current president. This happened under the watch of the same journalists attacking an Oprah Winfrey run before it even starts. Our democracy is now at stake. Do your damn jobs and stop deflecting from this by talking about who else shouldn’t be president, before they even enter the race.
I’ve seen the opposition research yet, I would gladly vote for Oprah Winfrey in a heartbeat, over Donald Trump in 2020.