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President Donald J. Trump was the people’s President. He made America feel good to be America. Under Trump we were great. Indeed, we became great again, reaching heights we had not reached since the 1980s, under the helm of President Ronald Reagan.

But the Left did not see it that way. Their woke sunglasses colored their worldview — how they perceived the universe. Trump was a great President, but they wanted to cancel him.

But Trump exposed their cancel culture for the sham it really was. It was an inconsistent set of suggestions that only applied to him and those loyal to him. Indeed, they hated him because they hated you, and your politics.

In a sane version of America, you might have expected the Left to ignore Trump now that he is not in office. After all, they attacked George Bush during his eight years in office, only to move elsewhere once 2009 came around. But that is not the case here. They want to cancel Trump into oblivion. But Trump will fight back. Who knows, perhaps he will even get his ultimate revenge by being reelected in 2024. Anything is possible, and that is as good a possibility as anything.

Jack Nicklaus, the legendary golfer, agrees with President Trump. He is Trump’s friend. Resultantly, Nicklaus knows the Left will cancel Trump at all costs. Indeed, he feels this is why Trump’s course in Bedminster lost out on hosting the coveted PGA Championship. And boy, he made his feelings known. When speaking of PGA CEO Seth Waugh, Nicklaus said the following to the Fire Pit Collective:

“I like Seth Waugh,” Nicklaus said. “Seth didn’t need this job. He took the job because he thought he could give the PGA of America some good guidance.

And I think he’s doing that. But this move is cancel culture. Donald Trump may be a lot of things, but he loves golf and he loves this country. He’s a student of the game and a formidable figure in the game. What he does in the future in golf will depend on what the cancel culture will allow him to do.”

Trump does love his country. And he hates cancel culture. And he hates cancel culture precisely because he loves America.

Nicklaus’s allegations have some truth to them. As the New York Post reports, Seth Waugh did admit January 6 had something to do with the move:

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“On Jan. 5, we were going to Bedminster. Then, obviously, a lot changed. Everybody wants to make this a political move, but we got put into a political place that was not of our own making. My feeling was we could do existential damage to our brand by staying at Bedminster.

If we stayed, the 2022 PGA would be about its ownership. People would think we were making a statement by staying there. I felt like we could do permanent damage to the brand if we stayed. As did the board.”

This move is baffling. Whatever one thinks of Trump, he clearly did not demerit the ability to host the tournament. Trump is an American icon, and to take away one of his loves — golf — is neither just nor fair. Cancel culture has to stop — now!