Ben Shapiro, author, political commentator, and editor emeritus of the Daily Wire, evaluated the performances of both President Donald Trump and the Democrats, and by the overwhelming difference he says he will vote for President Trump. 

“Donald Trump is the first person in my life who hasn’t started a new war, which is a big deal,” Shapiro said in his Oct. 19 video. 

Shapiro’s assessment also shows that President Trump has been very conservative throughout his administration, even more so than former President George W. Bush.

“He is the most conservative president of my life in terms of politics,” he said.

He then lists some achievements of the Trump administration that benefited the nation.

These include his wise selection of qualified judges, tax cuts, and support and protection of unborn babies by appointing pro-life officials to his administration.

Also, by cracking down on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), and defeating ISIS.

He also considered the country’s economic boom achieved by President Trump, along with the lowest unemployment rate achieved in the last 50 years, and the increase in salaries.

On foreign relations, Shapiro recognizes as correct the abandonment of the Paris Agreement, and the treaty with Iran.

“He left the even more idiotic and evil Iranian agreement that gave money to the Iranian mullahs to finance terrorism,” and along with this the elimination of Gen. Qassem Soleimani.

From another angle, Shapiro observed that the Democratic Party has been transformed by the radical left, to the extent that it is no longer the same as in 2008.

“They think the law should force you to violate your religious beliefs if they conflict with their social views,” Shapiro said.

“They say that unborn babies are not babies, and that men can be women, and if you don’t agree with them, then you are a fanatic, a homophobe, and a terrible person,” he went on to describe these policies to the Democrats. 

Shapiro also argues that this is not to praise President Trump’s controversial character or the aspects that might be unpleasant, and even urges voters to express their disagreements when they see fit.

“But if you care about the Constitution, and economic freedom, and the security of the United States, you don’t have much choice,” Shapiro said.

“You should vote for Trump. You should certainly vote against Joe Biden and the Democratic Party going completely off the rails, and risking the integrity of the Republic if they are given the levers of power.”

Shapiro’s perception that the radical left led by Sen. Bernie Sanders, (I-Vt.), took over the Democratic Party is shared by Sen. John Kennedy, a (R-La). 

For Kennedy, Sanders is “the oracle” who leads the party members, although the presidential candidate is Joe Biden, Kennedy told “America’s Newsroom” host Sandra Smith on Oct. 9.

“LISTEN: Senator John Kennedy responds after Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said he will not give his opinion on packing the court until after the election,” he tweeted.