Americans love this country, don’t let the Left con you into thinking otherwise. Democrats need us to believe America is failing because otherwise, they have to accept Trump hasn’t done a half-bad job leading as president.
And as we know from watching the debates last week, even when the moderators pointed out that 72% of Americans believe they are doing better under Trump, every Democrat on that debate stage ignored that stat and tried their hardest to convince us all that we’re not better off.
We suppose this is part of what the Left does, complaining about living in the best country in the world, which is really freakin’ annoying. Luckily, Carol Roth is as annoyed as we are with this recent trend of crapping on America, so she started a thread about what Americans are grateful for … and it’s just what we needed to read today.
I'm so sick of everyone bitching about living in the greatest country of the history of the world and finding fault with everything, so let's flip the script! Share what you are grateful for below!
— Carol Roth (@caroljsroth) July 2, 2019
This is seriously so awesome.
I'm grateful for my freedoms and the protection of them, including free speech and other individual rights, for my health, my family, my friends, for constant opportunities to learn and to better myself, for football and hockey, for ice cream and so much more. God bless the USA.
— Carol Roth (@caroljsroth) July 2, 2019
GOD BLESS THE USA!
The sheer basics: family, faith, a home, food, and transportation.
That's more the what the majority in the world have. We are a blessed people. ????
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) July 2, 2019
Thankful for your Tweet! And the amber waves of grain, literally.
— Michael Hough (@mfhough3) July 2, 2019
I'm grateful that I can tell morons in office to pound sand.
I'm grateful that I can sit here and type this in my internet capable super computer.
I'm grateful that I can live my life and raise my kids how I see fit.
— Sandpit (@rev_entertain) July 2, 2019
Grateful for the RIGHT to own a firearm and use it if necessary.
— iConverTech (@iConverTech) July 2, 2019
I’m grateful for my family, my friends, my freedom, and my God.
— Shamazing ?? (@shamazing79) July 2, 2019
Brad Delp and Barry Goudreau
— ᴰᵒᵘᵍˡᵃˢ (@DouglasShrugged) July 2, 2019
Oddly specific but ok.
— Storieswithnoclimax (@twallforall) July 2, 2019
Hey man, whatever floats your boat.
Grateful my ancestors busted their asses mining coal, working in the steel mills, and farming just so I could WFH and not have to wreck my body just to provide for my family
— Skwidget1 (@skwidget1) July 2, 2019
I am grateful for my kids, my ex in laws they are angels, my career, my boyfriend, my health, my education the gym even, my ability to provide, that my son was accepted to a 4 year U, that my kids are good kids
— LegallyBae (@legallybae) July 2, 2019
My children… my twins! And that I live in a country that allowed me to have them on my own.
— Shellie Blum (@shellieblum) July 2, 2019
I’m grateful that I was taught how to read in my school district. A lot of peers weren’t afforded that same privilege.
— Somebody’s Ugly & Broke Son (@CleatEliteAnfro) July 2, 2019
I am grateful for the opportunity to vote for who I want and to be able to criticize the government & democratically elected officials without fear of persecution. People comparing the US to oppressive countries should remember this as they're bitching in safety.
— Lesa Carroll (@Absolut_Boston) July 2, 2019
I'm thankful for a country where I'm free to worship and serve God
That my success or failure in any endeavor rests on my shoulders
That we're all free to learn and learn what we want
That we're the home of barbecue
— Dan Roth (@Dan12R) July 2, 2019
We are a nation of laws, not of men (or women).
Most Americans have a big heart & want to do the right thing.
We don't have a president for life.
We have civil rights.
I can worship my Lord & tell others about my faith without fear.
We had brilliant founding fathers.
— Lynne Davis Van Horn (@random_old_lady) July 2, 2019
I love America! I love freedom and liberty for all! ??
— SemperFiVirginia (@fi_virginia) July 2, 2019
I’m grateful my wife is still alive with her cancer. I know she wouldn’t be if we lived outside of the United States.
— Phil (@Philxb) July 2, 2019
Prayers up for Phil’s wife. Way way up.
I am grateful for the ability to choose and create my own path in life.
— ????? ???????? (@bpeterman007) July 2, 2019
I'm grateful I can raise my family putting God first! I'm thankful that I can go to work everyday and support my family and my kids will be able to grow up and do the same! And I'm thankful for the Dallas Cowboys!
— Ryan Rollins (@RyanRollins41) July 2, 2019
He had us until the Cowboys … bleh, dude, for real? #GoBroncos
Because freedom is truly not free, I’m grateful for the millions of women & men who have defended my country. Especially about 1/2 million of them who made the greatest sacrifice. For whom the cost was final.
— A J Goltra (@goltra_a) July 2, 2019
— tom mcgraw ⌨️ (@T_2_da_O_2_da_M) July 2, 2019
I’m grateful for running, clean water & a home with comforts like air-conditioning. I’m grateful my daughters can go to school & make their own choice of career.
— Melinda Warthman (@Guard_Wife) July 2, 2019
The best economy and job market in 50+ years!
— KingofAllDiscounts (@koadmedia) July 2, 2019
I'm grateful I can know God. I'm grateful for Jesus Christ who teaches me how to love people no matter if they love me back or not. I'm grateful for the hope we have. Hope for all kinds of things including a better tomorrow.
— Colleen Page (@colleenp55) July 2, 2019
For the fact we are the only nation on Earth with enshrined freedom of speech.
Also sweet potato fries.
— catsplainer in chief (@robo_tabby) July 2, 2019
Well duh, who ISN’T thankful for sweet potato fries, right?
Everything you said + pizza
— not a democracy (@BillyLeMaire) July 2, 2019
Thankful for our brave military keeping us safe.
— Sandy Johnson (@Raidersandy) July 2, 2019
I'm thankful in knowing that I will die free.
— Farting Dog Saloon (@BanalAggressive) July 2, 2019
I’m grateful that in 7 days when I return to the United States; I am not required to wear an abaya to go out in public.
— GOP Pouncer (@Mellecon) July 2, 2019
Love this thread. It is much needed. I’m grateful for my health, family, God, freedom to make choices, a roof over my head, my business, friends, good doctors and healthcare, and Life in all it’s beautiful lessons
— BossladyG (@Lady512Uk) July 2, 2019
This editor is grateful for her family, her God, her country and the inherent freedoms she and all Americans have each and every day.
She also happens to be grateful for each and every Twitchy reader, but that doesn’t sound quite as patriotic.