My friend and colleague at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, Michael Finch, was more insightful and aware of what was going in the country than legions of establishment pundits. That is of a piece with the Freedom Center being one of the few institutions that recognizes and speaks honestly about the nature and magnitude of the jihad threat. Kudos, Mike! I will raise my frosty mug of Keith’s in a toast to you!
“Freedom Center President Recognized for Predicting Trump’s Victory,” Truth Revolt, November 15, 2016:
Poet, writer, speaker and president of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, Michael Finch, was recognized by the Christian Post for being among a “small yet notable number of social commentators and analysts” who accurately predicted the presidential election outcome.
In “7 People Who Predicted a Donald Trump Victory,” a sampling that included liberal provocateur Michael Moore and conservative author Wayne Allen Root, the Post cited Finch’s article “Why Trump Will Win” from American Thinker. In that October 27 piece, Finch argued that “[t]he middle of the country, already restive and suspicious of anything and everything that has to do with Washington D.C., hears Trump railing against the corrupt system and how we need to ‘clean house.'”
As the Post reports,
Finch also viewed former supporters of Bernie Sanders as a possible additional source of support for Trump, stating that maybe “Bernie wasn’t up to the fight, but his millions were, and still are.”
“Will they vote for Trump? Probably only a few, but what it has done, in conjunction with the leaked DNC emails, has stoked an already visceral hatred of Hillary among the Bernie movement,” continued Finch.
Michael Finch is also a leading Godfather of FrontPage Mag editor Jamie Glazov’s show The Glazov Gang and the author of Finding Home, a collection of poems about home, nature, love, places in America, and a view of the plight of Christians in the world today.
[Read TruthRevolt editor Mark Tapson’s review of Finding Home HERE.]
Check out The Glazov Gang’s short feature on “My Wisconsin,” a special selection from Finding Home: