Random Acts of Kindness

In 1986 a farmer, Lenard Hill, took his own life on the morning his farm was to go to a courthouse auction, believing that his life insurance would pay enough to save the cotton and soybean plantation that had been in his family for more than 100 years. A complete stranger in Queens N.Y. read about this story and paid off the remaining $77,000.

A USMC Sergeant spent seven months in a Mexican prison for accidentally crossing the border with a firearm. He was beaten and tortured in jail. Once he was released, the man from Queens sent him a check for $25,000, “To get you started.”

In 2013 A black bus driver saves a suicidal girl from jumping off a bridge. Our Queens man sends him a check for $10,000.

A rabbi’s critically ill son needs to get from NYC to California for specialty care treatment in 1988. No airlines will fly him. A generous man in Queens pays for a private flight for the child.

In 2017 after Army Corporal Dillon Baldridge was killed in Afghanistan, a generous man in Queens sent his father a check for $25,000.

This kind-hearted man from Queens has committed many other “quiet acts of random kindness.” A wise man once said, “If a man’s heart is good…Nothing else matters. And if a man’s heart is bad…Nothing else matters.”

Who is this kind man?…….

Donald J. Trump,….a man with a good heart.

In case you have any doubts about these stories, below are links that you can enjoy.

I bet Biden has never done this or anything close to this! How many people would you guess Biden has helped out? Or Pelosi? Or Schumer? Or Hillary? Or Obama?