Election 2016



Vinson is an ardent Trump supporter. From the beginning, he has strongly believed that President Trump will lead us to recovery from massive government over-spending, a broken domestic industry, a failed immigration system and a weak foreign policy.
He has enthusiastically followed the Trump campaign from day one and realized that his movement spoke for the Little Guy. Being an Asian Indian immigrant and having lived in America for a quarter century, he has worked very hard to realize his American dream. He believes that the American system has changed for worse as big government advocates in Washington continue to stifle American small businesses by overregulation and draconian executive orders.

“Our leaders didn’t find anything wrong in collecting money from countries and interests around the world who do not share our values and who are trying to sabotage our system by infiltrating at the highest echelons of our government. The political correctness of our leaders has reached a point where they were even ready to disown the founding fathers and their contributions due to all the social structures and beliefs of their times, such as slavery and the exclusion of women from political processes. Their reluctance to call our enemy ‘radical Islamic terrorism’ by its name to appease the Muslim community was not helping anyone at all.”

This was the backdrop of his relentless campaign for Mr. Trump, using his social media and Asian Indian community associations.

Being an active member in the Asian Indian American community, Vinson has ensured that Mr. Trump’s message reached thousands in his community and beyond. He subsequently organized multiple fundraisers for the conservative office-seekers. Further, through his personal foundation, the Indo-American Center, a free-market political think tank, he promoted conservative policies through research projects, televised debates, and newsletters and web broadcasts.

Vinson earnestly believes that a Trump presidency is a golden opportunity, to restore the lost trust in the American dream and for the country to come together as a unified nation under one flag and one constitution, sharing common values and aspirations. America should not become a loose union of various ethnic people who happen to live together in the same geography. Trump’s win is a win for America and American exceptionalism. America should remain ‘the shining city on the hill’, a place where law & order and security are norms, not exceptions. America should remain the hope for the entire world and a place that is everyone’s dream, the same dream we all share, and one which we want to pass onto our next generations. Trump presidency is an opportunity for all of us to ‘Make America Great Again’.

Below you can find Vinson’s commentary on Election 2016 in reverse chronological order.

Let the celebrations begin…

I voted, did you?

Many thanks to Rajya Sabha TV (a network owned and operated by the Indian parliament) for having me address my views on the upcoming Presidential election.

Imagine have the State Department as your “oyster”!

Had the opportunity to attend the Trump campaign’s ‘Diverse Americans Uniting for Trump’ event. Ivanka and Tiffany Trump, along with Former Virginia Representative, Frank Wolf, addressed the audience. Watch below.

Breitbart needs to educate the mainstream media. Only outlet projecting a Trump lead…

“Hillary Clinton, a senator from Jeddah”

Looks like the Iraqis are ‘Deplorables’ too…


Peter Thiel is ready to ‘Make America Great Again’, are you?

And here we go again…

Another reason to look forward to November 8th. Already ‘Making America Great Again’…

“Bill Clinton Inc.”

My heartiest congratulations to the Republican Hindu Coalition and Mr. Shalabh Kumar. All Indians, irrespective of their religion, need to understand that Trump will be friendly towards India. Clinton, on the other hand, will undo most of the progress we have made under the Bush and Obama Presidency.

I recently hosted Asianet, a major news channel in India, and helped organize debates along the east coast. I represented the Trump philosophy among the mostly left leaning Indian Community.

Enjoy as the nominees partake in some light-hearted roasting – Oh democracy, you are beautiful…

Thank you, Mr. President…

Centre for Public Policy Research, a think tank in Kerala (India), hosted a full-day conference to deliberate on the US Presidential elections. Vinson was a part of the expert-panel along with Former ambassador to the US, T.P. Sreenivasan, and a leading author and advisor on US-India relations and a former US Assistant Secretary of Commerce, Trade Development, Raymond E. Vickery. Watch Vinson express his views on Clinton and Trump below.

Part 1: Clinton

Part 2: Trump

You win some, you lose some…

With national security expert, Dr. Sebastian Gorka. He is the author of the 2016 best seller, “Defeating Jihad: The Winnable War”.

The more you read, the more unbelievable it gets

“Trump effectively called out Incompetent Hillary last night, but not Crooked Hillary—thus he didn’t fully expose her political gangsterism.”

Event with Dr. Sebastian Gorka, Vice President and Professor of Strategy and Irregular Warfare at the Institute of World Politics.

Hillary Clinton, the ‘banker’

What’s worse than liberal media? Liberal media during debates.

Bill is a Trump supporter!

Congressman Ted Poe (TX-02), the Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Terrorism, along with Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (CA-48), introduced H.R.6069, the Pakistan State Sponsor of Terrorism Designation Act. This petition is important to the people of United State of America, India and many other countries which are continuously affected by Pakistan sponsored terrorism.

This has to be a joke…

Well, at least mainstream media TRIED to be unbiased…

Asarulislam Syed, President of the Jannat Pakistan Party, on why Pakistanis and Muslims should vote for Trump.

This is not a partisan issue. The Khan family in no less ‘American’ than your neighbor. Brave souls who dedicate their life to this great country earn our respect, irrespective of our political beliefs.

This pains me, not as a Christian, but as a human being…

Good morning…

Taxation is never the answer

Been saying this since August 2015…

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