I've been thinking about this for a while...

Is President Trump a superhero? Or at least, is he playing the role of a superhero?

I know the heads of our liberal friends are already exploding, so let me explain my thinking. First, consider the key characteristics of a superhero:

--Larger-than-life personality

--Unique and special abilities

--Confronted by a world-threatening crisis

And perhaps most importantly...

--Able to leap large SWAMPS in a single bound (or, able to take on impossible tasks all by themselves)

I've been watching in amazement (again) as President Trump has taken on the Swamp Creatures over the past week or so. First, it was Google and their clearly biased search algorithm that has been suppressing conservative news. Here at Grassfire, we've been telling you about Silicon Valley's anti-conservative bias for years. But when President Trump called out Google in a tweet, the ground shifted.

Then came the CNN fake news that the President's former attorney Michael Cohen was ready to reveal the "smoking gun" that President Trump had foreknowledge of the alleged Russia meddling meeting in Trump Tower. Cohen's attorney Lanny Davis then retracted, admitted he lied, and the story fell apart. Of course, the self-proclaimed "Most Trusted Name in News" tweeted, "CNN stands by our reporting and our reporters."

Then our Superhero sprung into action, lobbing a series of tweets that have left CNN bludgeoned and exposed as a biased fraud. Years of conservatives railing against the liberal media didn't have the impact of President Trump rattling his Twitter saber at CNN.

It takes someone with thick skin and a bold vision to take on the Swamp Creatures, even when the situation looks grim and the entire D.C.-Swamp Establishment wants to destroy you.

This is precisely why I LOVE artist Jon McNaughton's portrayal of President Trump in Crossing the Swamp. "America's Artist" says this about his newest painting:

Despite the alligator-infested waters and the winds and the storms, President Trump is determined to cross the Swamp and lead us to the other side.

We have made special arrangements with McNaughton to offer Crossing The Swamp to our team members. Over the past few days, hundreds of Grassfire friends have requested their copy of this amazing painting -- a 10" x15" lithograph suitable for framing.

Go here now to request your Crossing The Swamp print in appreciation for a contribution of $35 or more to help Grassfire build:

Crossing the Swamp is connecting with conservative, grassroots-American patriots like few items we have offered before. The artist explains why:

"Today, Trump endeavors to cross the 'swamp' of Washington, D.C. as he carries the light of truth, hope, and prosperity." McNaughton says. "As an artist, I paint what I feel needs to be said about the current state of our country. My hope is that Trump will be remembered as the President that restored America's greatness. I want to be on that boat for freedom!"


Steve Elliott


Steve Elliott is the co-founder of Grassfire, a 1.5 million member liberty-based citizen network. Steve likes to talk about politics, tech, faith and family.