I want to begin by saying that death itself is not the number one fear in America. In fact, according to a survey conducted by Chapman University, Death isn’t even in the top ten, unless you count drowning. In addition, I want to bring the fact that in so many movies nowadays people, the heroes and the villains alike, always say, “I’m not afraid to die.” People are always more afraid of something else than death itself. Which Is why when President Trump goes for capital punishment and wants to bring it back stronger than before, I say F*ck Yes. Trump says, “Got to do something about these missing children grabbed by the perverts. Too many incidents–fast trial, death penalty,” and I believe that isn’t the worst case for them. Right now on average that same person would receive 10 – 15 years in jail, where they themselves would have a high chance of being raped. Also, when they are released out of prison they are marked as perverts and child rapists. Society looks down on these people and therefore they would have no chance to successfully live in the world anymore. In addition, more than 150 rapists freed from prison every year go on to rape again. President Trump is just trying to get the situation under control and get the number of child kidnappings and rapes to go down because right now it is at an unbelievable 800,000 a year. Yes, it may seem a little extreme to kill these people, but would you be thinking that same thought if it was your child who got abducted and raped? This idea that Trump has is only until the number goes down and then it’ll be back to prison time.
Now to bring up the mood up a bit and have people agree on a more general basis, the next topic is cop killers. When I heard Trump would finally get on these cop killers and give them the death sentence, I couldn’t have been happier. Finally these people would get what they deserved, or in other words karma. According to Trump, “Anybody caught killing a policeman, policewoman, police officer. Anybody killing a police officer, death penalty, it’s going to happen. Okay? Can’t go, we can’t let this go.” If they were just disrespecting the law, I would say that let them just have some prison time, but they were disrespecting life itself. If one has the courage to take one’s life and not give a damn and continue to live without any internal turmoil, then what makes it ok for them to continue to live and take their life for granted? In an interview back in 2016, Trump said, “now these two people are just gunned down by these two thugs, and I will say thugs, and they should get the death penalty absolutely.”
I just wanted to use these two examples, out of many, to bring the light to your eyes of how necessary it is to keep the death penalty and bring it back again, and as Trump would say, to “Make America Great again.”