“We met him face to face, and he and Melania were amazing, checking [if] we were okay, offering any kind of help, if we needed someone to talk to. We told him that Democrats, Republicans, we were all united in this city.” -Jimmy Villatoro, El Paso hero
Aimee Herd-Opinion : Aug 8, 2019 Breaking Christian News
Amidst all the Democrats’ and mainstream media’s political bias and rhetoric flying like a whirlwind around President Trump and First Lady Melania’s visits to El Paso and Dayton, Ohio on Wednesday, there is the TRUTH—though you might have to dig a bit through the cesspool of lies to find it. (Screengrab image: via Twitter-Donald J Trump)
According to the El Paso Times, only two families of the victims agreed to meet with the President. What a shame that the others bought into the false narrative of ‘racism’ being driven ad nauseam by the rabid press—they were robbed.
One of the heroes of the El Paso attack, a coach by the name of Jimmy Villatoro, DID meet with President Trump at the University Medical Center, and he described what he witnessed to the Washington Examiner:
“One of the children went up to hug [the President] so he got down on one knee to let him. It was a different side of him, one that you don’t see in public,” said Villatoro, who had risked his own life during the shooting to help many to safety, including children. (Screengrab image: via Twitter-Donald J Trump)
Villatoro told the Washington Examiner that Trump’s “personal touch away from the cameras was far from divisive and was welcomed by the people he met.” And that there were “no politics behind closed doors.”
“We met him face to face, and he and Melania were amazing, checking [if] we were okay, offering any kind of help, if we needed someone to talk to. We told him that Democrats, Republicans, we were all united in this city,” said Villatoro, according to the report.
The same scenario had played out earlier in the day, when President Trump and Melania traveled to Dayton, Ohio to meet with shooting survivors, hospital workers, and first responders.
Dayton Daily News described the Trumps’ 2-hour-long visit there as “meaningful and emotional at times.”
“It wasn’t about politics. It was [about] our patients and acknowledging what they had been through and inquiring as to [their] emotional an[d] physical well-being,” said Mary Boosalis, president and CEO of Premier Health, according to Dayton Daily News.
Mike Uhl, Miami Valley Hospital president said, “This was probably the first time since the event that both police, fire and the hospital teams came together. They really appreciated the acknowledgement from our political leaders and the President and First Lady of the heroic efforts that were taken that night.” (Screengrab image: via Twitter-Donald J Trump)
President Trump reportedly told the shooting survivors, “You had God watching.”
Sometimes a President’s job is to be ‘Comforter-in-Chief.’ It helps to bring a grieving nation together.
I am very thankful that President Trump and First Lady Melania stood their ground and didn’t listen to the angry left telling them to stay away; the same angry left who would have criticized them up and down if they had NOT gone to Dayton or El Paso.
Just maybe others in America are beginning to see who are the REAL racists in this picture—(Hint: it’s not those in the White House).