May 25th, 2016
Donald J. Trump is the Republican nominee for president in 2016. For Donald J. Trump it is triumph upon triumph followed by more triumphs. The con artists formerly known as the Democratic Party? It’s not going to be Hillary Clinton. It’s not going to be Bernie Sanders either. The nominee will be that person with the knife hidden behind the Borgia Italy tapestry. Regular readers will be upset as we rewrite what we have previously written, once again, with an explanatory twist and new evidence.
The nerds who call us crackpots, the ones with brains so tiny they cannot understand why we write the things we write are in a quandary. We pity these idiots.
These idiots in 2008 hated “racist” “corporatist” “unitary executive” “warmonger” Hillary Clinton and thought Barack Obama was their golden calf – only to find themselves eight years later disgusted with Barack Obama and now demanding everyone support “racist” “corporatist” “unitary executive” “warmonger” Hillary Clinton in 2016. The younger, whiter, cohort among these idiots still won’t support “racist” “corporatist” “unitary executive” “warmonger” Hillary Clinton and instead demand the socialist codger from Vermont be plated with the gold recycled from the 2008 calf.
As pathetic as these idiots are, there are none so sad and worthy of contempt as the #Hillary2016 minions at Brooklyn headquarters.
So here we are, nine years after we began to publish still trying to ejamicate these dunces. How do we reach them? Words filled with ideas don’t help – it’s like trying to explain algebra to a chimp. A sentence with a dependent or independent clause baffles them because the only sentence they can truly “comprehend” consists of “OMG!” or “LOL”. Today, we’ll try moving pictures, film, movies, cinema, to communicate.
On our syllabus today is the Hitchcock horror classic “The Birds” and the movie written by “Twilight Zone” creator Rod Serling, “Seven Days In May“, to explain why Hillary Clinton won’t be the Obama Dimocratic Party nominee in 2016.
In the past, as in this excerpt from 2013, we used words to explain why Hillary Clinton won’t be the Obama Dimocrat Party nominee:
We mean that most Republicans, conservatives, and otherwise sane Obama opponents assume Hillary Clinton will be the next nominee of the Obama Dimocrat party and that Barack Obama will do everything to get Hillary the nomination because (a) he owes his reelection to Bill Clinton’s oratorical skills and Hillary Clinton’s silence; (b) some sort of deal was worked out with Bill to secure Hillary the nomination and the presidency. This is all wrong.
Barack Obama and his minions will do everything in their power to destroy Hillary Clinton and make sure she does not get the nomination in 2016 let alone the presidency.
There is no way that the crazed Obama left is going to go back to the hated paradigm of clinton-bush-clinton-bush interrupted by Obama for clinton-bush years. The crazed left minions might think they love Hillary Clinton now, but wait until their overlords decide they will oppose Hillary and the minions will fall back into the Hillary hate line.
The crazed Obama left is not going to have Hillary Clinton, THE CLINTONS, be the culmination of their revolution by having Hillary inherit the mantle of Obama. The left might be crazed but it is not stupid and the leadership of the totalitarian Obama left is not about to surrender its power to Hillary and Bill and Terry and the hated DLC.
Back when we wrote that many thought we were crackpots. Many still say that it is for sure, a no-brainer, that Hillary Clinton will soon be the nominee. But here we are in late May of 2016 and Hillary Clinton struggles to euthanize the Saint Bernard from Vermont. Oh sure, Hillary Clinton is less than a hundred delegates shy of the delegates she presumably needs to clinch the nomination, but this is the Obama Dimocrat Party we are talking about and the votes of the people simply don’t matter.
Periodically we point out when the tapestry moves. In March of this year we wrote about moves behind the tapestry including Barack Obama and lantern jawed Michelle’s decision to stay in Washington D.C. in 2017. There was more tapestry moving in March:
The real fight is between doddering Hillary/Bernie and the ones behind the tapestry. Last week we saw the tapestry move.
We do not believe Hillary Clinton nor Bernie Sanders will be the nominee. We’ve said that for a long while now. We doubt anyone needs much explanation for why we doubt Bernie Sanders will ever get the nomination, so let’s ignore him. But Hillary Clinton? Last week evidence began to pour in. The first bit of evidence got attention:
(CNN)The Department of Justice has granted “immunity” to a former State Department employee who worked on Hillary Clinton’s private email server. Bryan Pagliano initially invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination and would not testify. Of course, the Department of Justice, known to defense attorneys simply as the “government,” has many ways of getting people to talk.
The big question is whether there is a grand jury convened. The smart bet is yes. After all, the fact that there are immunity agreements logically means there’s a grand jury investigation in some district.
This immunity deal was not decided by a minor government functionary. This decision went to the top. The decision was made behind a tapestry in our modern day Borgia Italy.
Here is where things get complicated. This is where not bright Trump supporters along with Hillary and Bernie Sanders supporters match idiocy for idiocy. How can we explain it? We’ve tried to explain with “the medium is the message” logic. But some are none too bright. So we will try again.
See that Bryan Pagliano story? See all those Hillary e-mail stories, see all those corruption stories, see all those Clinton Global Initiative stories, see all those “scandal” stories? They don’t matter. The email stories, the Benghazi investigations, the finance scandals, all of that stuff is mostly irrelevant. But the medium is the message. The key sentence is all this is “This decision went to the top.”
We’ve explained with words. Now here’s a little moving picture thing:
That moment in Hitchcock’s horror The Birds when Tippi Hedren realizes the crows are massing for an attack on the school is a moment we have yet to see at the Brooklyn Hillary2016 headquarters. Tippi Hedren is still thankfully alive and we wish she would move to Brooklyn to slap the Hillary dolts awake to her fate as the victim of the evil crow in 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Too subtle? Maybe this clip from a time when Americans trusted the President and were concerned about the growing power of the military:
This bit of dialog from the film “Seven Days In May“:
President Jordan Lyman: All right, Colonel. Let’s sum it up, shall we? You’re suggesting what?
Colonel Martin “Jiggs” Casey: I’m not sure, Mr. President: just some possibilities, what we call, uh “capabilities” in military intelligence…
President Jordan Lyman: You got something against the English language, Colonel?
Colonel Martin “Jiggs” Casey: No, sir.
President Jordan Lyman: Then speak it plainly, if you will.
“Speak it plainly.” What military intelligence calls “capabilities” is what any functioning eye should be able to see by now. Consider the latest “capability” we have all seen this week. We mean strong Hillary Clinton ally and governor of the all important swing state of Virginia – Terry McCauliffe:
Federal officials are investigating whether Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s 2013 campaign accepted illegal campaign contributions sources familiar with the investigation confirmed Monday to Fox News.
The Democratic governor and Clinton ally is the target of a Justice Department investigation into whether he violated campaign finance laws.
The probe first reported by CNN involves a $120000 donation from Chinese businessman Wang Wenliang through his U.S. businesses. U.S. election law prohibits foreign nationals to donate to political races. [snip]
Wang also has been a donor to the Clinton foundation pledging $2 million CNN reported.
There is a lot of smoke in this Terry McAuliffe “scandal”. HotGas has some of the many details.
Again, this Terry McAuliffe “scandal” doesn’t matter at all, except it entirely matters. That’s a contrary, therefore complicated, thought for the idiots to understand.
How can it be that the Terry McAuliffe scandal, like the email scandal, like the other myriad Hillary Clinton “scandals” don’t matter but at the same time entirely matter? Hint: Rick Perry.
Remember when Rick Perry ran for president then he was indicted then once he stopped running for president the indictment disappeared? That “indictment” was a political hit by Texas Democrats designed to destroy Rick Perry and it worked to some extent. Does this mean that we mean that the myriad Hillary2016 “scandals” are a political hit without merit? No. We mean something entirely different. We’re talking “the medium is the message”.
The medium of this message is Barack Obama. The message?
The message from Barack Obama is “death to Hillary2016”. The Terry McAuliffe investigation began about the time we began to write that Barack Obama will do what he has to do to make sure Hillary Clinton is not the nominee of his corrupt party. The hapless losers at Hillary2016, like McAuliffe are in shock:
Asked for his reaction, McAuliffe offered one word: “Shock.” He said no one from the Justice Department notified him or his administration about the ongoing public-integrity probe.
“No one had outreached to us,” he told reporters at the first of three appearances as he traversed the state by helicopter. “Listen, you get leaks and things happen in the business. As I say, I’m very confident.” [snip]
State Del. Marcus B. Simon (D-Fairfax) said: “I really don’t think there’s any there there. I’m a little suspicious of the motive of whoever leaked this at this particular moment in time. This is probably politically motivated and designed to make life more difficult for the Clinton campaign and Governor McAuliffe.” [snip]
The Clinton campaign is relying on McAuliffe to help her win Virginia in November. Although Virginia has just 13 electoral votes, it is one of a handful of crucial swing states that could decide the race for the White House. [snip]
The federal inquiry includes a period before McAuliffe was elected and when he was serving as an unpaid director for the Clinton Foundation. Wang has also donated to the foundation, giving $2 million.
The White House black crows are gathered and ready to attack. The attack will take place at the convention in Philadelphia. The dunces at Hillary2016 think codger Bernie Sanders is the problem even as Obama swoops above flapping his wings.
Do we need to make this situation any clearer? The investigations of Hillary Clinton and her friends are coming from government officials who would not act without explicit permission to do so from the White House and the black crows that inhabit.
The medium is the message. The investigations/charges whether they are true or not are of secondary importance. That there are investigations at all is the point. All these investigations, the extradition of Guccifer, immunity for those involved in the emails, years long McAuliffe investigations revealed as Hillary is about to garner the necessary delegates and before the California primary, all these investigations could have been blocked or kept quiet for a bit longer if Barack Obama wanted to see Hillary Clinton be the Obama Third Term. That is the message from Barack Obama. The message is that Barack Obama will do whatever it takes to take down Hillary Clinton.
The crows are pecking the eyes out of Terry McAuliffe and Hillary Clinton. Maybe that’s why Hillary Clinton can’t see the obvious.
May 18th, 2016
There’s a lot of great news for Donald J. Trump. There’s a lot of terrible news for Hillary Clinton. We’re not going to spend every second of our lives over that hot stove watching the pot of Trump good news and Hillary bad news boil. We’re just going to dip a spoon into the pot and sample some of the stew of news.
There’s a new Fox News poll out tonight which we don’t believe for a second. At this point in the cycle we don’t believe any poll on the November election. Still it is good news for Trump, who leads, and bad news for Hillary Clinton. In the poll Trump loses to Bernie Sanders – which is even more good news for Trump and bad news for Hillary Clinton. We’ll explain in a moment why this poll is really good news for Trump and really bad news for Hillary Clinton.
Last night Donald J. Trump was interviewed by Megyn Kelly. It was a silly interview full of nothing. More good news for Trump however.
Last night there were some primary elections. More great news for Donald J. Trump and more bad news for Hillary Clinton. Even the assumed “win” in Kentucky for Hillary Clinton is really bad news in two ways.
Ready to sample the stew? Here we go, in no particular order:
The silly Megyn Kelly interview of Donald J. Trump
Megyn Kelly, after a week of non-stop promotion, some would say “ceaseless whoring” of her Trump interview, finally aired the waste of time. We didn’t watch it. We caught some excerpts and read commentary. It was also a ratings flop because Trump supporters won’t watch Kelly Megyn. It was Barbara Walters type hum-buggery of personal questions to try and get Trump to dance to her fiddle. Trump was too smart to fall for Kelly’s fan dance interview and mostly said things he has said before in front of crowds of tens of thousands broadcast to million of viewers. Still, the interview was a smashing success for Donald J. Trump.
The Kelly interview was another instance of “medium is the message”. The message from the medium is that Fox News capitulated to Donald J. Trump. After months of attempts to savage Trump and destroy him Fox News waved the white host of surrender. Megyn Kelly approached Trump for an interview and Trump agreed. Why did Trump do this? Because he won.
Kelly and Fox News came fake eyelashes in hand to signal to their viewers that Trump won the fight. Trump this May is consolidating the party apparatus and also declared this is “be nice to losers month”. “Be nice to losers after you beat them” is what Trump is up to. That’s why Trump visits with loser Paul Ryan and losers in the GOP establishment. May for Trump is “be nice to losers” month.
The Megyn Kelly interview is one with the endorsement of Trump by the New York Post during the New York primary. Rupert Murdoch owns both the Post and Fox News. When the Post endorsed Trump it was the white flag of surrender by Rupert. Megyn Kelly’s interview last night was the follow-up white flag moment. It was time to display for all to see that Fox News too is ready to shovel coal in the fast moving Trump train.
The Hillary2016 House of Horror Heated by Coal
Speaking of shoveling coal, Hillary Clinton had a chance to fix the latest big mess in her mess of a campaign. Instead Hillary2016 has made worse into worst.
We’ve written before that it is of paramount importance for Hillary2016 to repair the seemingly irreparable level of stupidity displayed by Hillary Clinton herself. As we’ve written the Hillary ‘I’m going to put coal miners out of work’ nastiness in order to woo environmentalists will be the single most destructive ad to come in 2016. Hillary Clinton and Hillary2016 know we are right. That nasty statement will be of use in every state in 2016.
That nasty promise to force coal miners out of work is a great danger to Hillary2016. Hillary Clinton, as we have written has to find a way to combat her own statement. Hillary Clinton had a great opportunity to wiggle out of this mess. Instead Hillary wiggled into something much much worse.
Here’s the damaging video and what we wrote:
At his victory speech Donald Trump mentioned what we believe will be the death blow if Hillary Clinton ever becomes the nominee (which we doubt). Trump briefly discussed Hillary’s incredibly ugly promise to destroy the jobs of coal miners. Hillary subsequently said she “misspoke” but the massive damage to her has been done. If Hillary ever becomes the nominee (which we doubt) we believe the Hillary attack on coal miners will be the central advertisement by the Trump campaign against her. Those ads will air nonstop in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and New Jersey. In coal country and any county in the country with high unemployment the ad will also air. The damage to Hillary will be that she would willfully and deliberately destroy the livelihood of workers for her political ambition to court ideological crackpots.
A continued Trump attack on Hillary2016 for her purposeful unemployment of coal miners – alongside a Bernie Sanders demand that Hillary stick with environmentalist kooks against coal mining – will place Hillary2016 in an indefensible position especially in states like California.
Hillary Clinton knows what we write is exactly on target. So Hillary Clinton said a really stupid thing to try to counteract that really stupid statement about putting coal miners out of work. Here’s what Hillary Clinton said which is truly stupid on many levels:
That was Hillary’s stupid attempt to put away her earlier stupid statement about unemployment horror for coal miners. Hillary is smart enough to know that ugly statement will birth lots of ads so Hillary tried to counteract it by promising Bill Clinton will help fix “coal country”.
At first blush, we see why Hillary thought she was being smart. Bill Clinton was once loved in coal country. Bill Clinton was and possibly still is viewed as a good steward of the economy. But further examination quickly disintegrates the notion that what Hillary said was smart.
We’re not going to examine in detail the stupidity of what Hillary said. We’ll just bring up some of the problems that come to mind real quick. Bill Clinton is going to be the “economy” president under the first woman president? Isn’t the whole rationale of Hillary2016 that a woman will be president? What happens when news organizations ask Bill what he will do for the economy? Will Bill say “ask Hillary she’ll be president”? But Hillary said Bill will fix things so Bill “what is your plan” as you become the real president of the economy not the one who is the first woman president. This likely back and forth when news organizations ask Bill what he will do only to be sent to Hillary who will then say she’s in charge but Bill will be in charge of the economy, is another bit of muddled message mess.
Then there is the problem with Bill Clinton. Hillary is essentially running against Bill Clinton’s presidency and as the Obama Third Term. Hillary says she will preserve “Obama’s legacy” while at the same time appointing Bill as the economic president even as she says she will be the president. Sorry, that’s muddled beyond a mess.
Hillary knows she has to somehow neutralize that ‘put coal miners out of work’ stupidity. But the Bill Clinton gambit was stupid. Stupid. Stupid.
What should Hillary Clinton have done? We answered that question in May 10 of 2008! Back then the issue was the West Virginia primary. We noted that John F. Kennedy was viewed with great suspicion as a first Catholic president by many protestants. JFK went to West Virginia. JFK met with the coal miners. JFK visited a coal mine. JFK soothed the ill feelings against him by speaking with and listening to the coal miners that would eventually give him a pivotal victory. That’s what Hillary Clinton should have done.
Hillary Clinton should have visited the coal mines. Hillary should have met with the people she threatened with economic extinction. Hillary could have attempted to neutralize her nasty statement about putting coal miners out of work.
Did Hillary Clinton do what JFK did and what we advised? No. Hillary Clinton continued Obama Third Term nonsense. Hillary campaigned in black churches and did everything to bring out the black vote. Tactically that was smart but strategically that was stupid. Bernie Sanders has little support outside of the young in the black community. So Hillary did the easy and stupid thing by campaigning in the black neighborhoods and centers of Kentucky. But Hillary’s problem is the elemental one of whether she is honest with voters and in this case with coal miners in particular.
Instead of taking the opportunity to neutralize the nasty ‘put coal miners out of work’ statement Hillary chose the racially divisive courting of black voters and backhand insult to white working class voters. The result was a near defeat rescue of less than half a percentage point in Kentucky. That’s not victory, that’s black lung disease.
Worst, the opportunity to find an antidote to the poisonous ‘put coal miners out of work’ statement on video, was not taken. Hillary’s unemployment threat on video remains as deadly as a hungry cobra.
The Fox News Poll With Trump On Top
Good news for Trump gushes in:
Mitt Romney ends recruiting efforts for an independent candidate
Washington (CNN)Mitt Romney won’t launch a third-party presidential campaign of his own and has stopped trying to recruit somebody else to do it.
The 2012 Republican nominee had attempted to recruit a challenger to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. But prospects like Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse said no, and Romney is now dropping his efforts, a source familiar with Romney’s thinking told CNN. The news was first reported by Yahoo News.
It’s the latest blow to the “Never Trump” movement — a group of conservatives led by Romney, blogger Erick Erickson and The Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol — to find an alternative to Trump.
Romney still hopes a candidate will emerge. But an adviser to the “Never Trump” efforts confirmed Tuesday night that the efforts are looking grim.
Loser Romney! It’s over for… Romney. Put him in the Mittens drawer.
Why did Willard euthanize his efforts to stop Trump? Well, for starters, the Fox News poll has Trump ahead of Hillary which Romney and the #NeverTrumpTards said would never happen. Trump is tops:
Donald Trump tops Hillary Clinton in a hypothetical head-to-head matchup, according to a new Fox News Poll that also finds majorities of voters feel both frontrunners lack strong moral values and will say anything to get elected.
Trump has a 45-42 percent edge over Clinton, if the presidential election were held today. That’s within the poll’s margin of sampling error. Last month, Clinton was up by 48-41 percent (April 2016).
Clinton is ahead by 14 points among women (50-36 percent). Yet Trump leads by a larger 22 points among men (55-33 percent).
He also tops Clinton by 37 points (61-24 percent) among whites without a college degree (working-class whites).
Overall, Trump is preferred by 24 points among whites (55-31 percent). He’s even ahead by nine among white women (47-38 percent).
Clinton has a commanding 83-point lead among blacks (90-7 percent), and is up by 39 among Hispanics (62-23 percent). [snip]
In 2012, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney won by 20 points among whites, while President Barack Obama won blacks by 87 points and Hispanics by 44, according to the Fox News exit poll.
One reason for Trump’s showing is there is parity on party unity, as 83 percent of Democrats back Clinton and 82 percent of Republicans support Trump.
Independents go for Trump by 46-30 percent, although one in five would vote for someone else or stay home (20 percent).
Enthusiasm is on the GOP’s side, as more Republicans (74 percent) than Democrats (66 percent) say they are extremely or very interested in the presidential election.
The poll shows Bernie Sanders has a 46-42 percent advantage over Trump in a hypothetical matchup. Sanders was up by 53-39 percent in April. However, the Vermont senator trails Clinton in the Democratic nomination race by what is considered an insurmountable number of delegates.
The drawn-out nomination battle may hurt Clinton among the base, as 1 in 10 Sanders voters say they would pick Trump over her in November (11 percent).
Clinton and Trump have made quite an impression so far. Overall, voters feel the candidates lack honesty, empathy, and strong moral values, and that they’ll say anything to win.
Clinton has a net negative honesty rating of -35 points. That’s because a new low 31 percent say she’s honest, while a record 66 percent say she isn’t.
Trump does better on this measure, although he is still underwater by 17 points: 40 percent think he’s honest and 57 percent say he’s not.
In addition, over half say the phrase “has strong moral values” does not describe Clinton (57 percent) or Trump (58 percent).
Many think “cares about people like me” doesn’t fit Trump (55 percent).
More voters than not think the “cares” attribute doesn’t work for Clinton either (46 percent yes vs. 51 percent no).
Clinton performs best on “is a strong leader,” although the reviews are mixed: 49 percent say it applies to her, while 50 percent say it doesn’t.
“Strong leader” is also Trump’s best trait, as 59 percent feel it describes him (38 percent disagree).
Even so, half or better say “is a reliable leader” doesn’t describe Clinton (55 percent) or Trump (50 percent).
Most think Clinton (71 percent) and Trump (65 percent) will “say anything to get elected.” And majorities think the main reason the former secretary of state (57 percent) and businessman (56 percent) are running is for themselves — rather than for the country.
Who is more corrupt? By a 49-37 percent margin, voters give that dubious distinction to Clinton.
These polls are a load of bullsh*t. But this is a treasure trove of good news for Trump. We don’t believe the numbers but we do understand the political impact of such a poll. Great news for Trump which cut Romney’s legs off.
The best news for Trump? Bernie Sanders beats Trump! Bernie Sanders is never going to be the nominee against Trump but this poll helps Sanders to make his argument against Hillary and this makes Trump happy as a pig in mud on a rainy day.
There’s lots other good news for Trump in this silly poll which we will encourage you to find yourself. Enough to say that Trump has to be happy that voters in this poll see Hillary at the same level as Trump. Two pigs in mud or two glory candidates in Elysium? Take your pick but advantage is to Trump who has never run for political office.
Donald J. Trump fought Big Media and won.
Want more good news/bad news stew? We can’t. We’re fed up. But do try the plate with Trump telling the new Muslim mayor of London to take an IQ test. For dessert there’s Hillary Clinton supporter Ed Rendell attacking Donald J. Trump for something Trump said on the rollicking Howard Stern show long ago:
“Will he have some appeal to working-class Dems in Levittown or Bristol? Sure,” said Ed Rendell, the former Pennsylvania governor and Philadelphia mayor, who won landslides in the suburbs. “For every one he’ll lose 1½ , two Republican women. Trump’s comments like ‘You can’t be a 10 if you’re flat-chested,’ that’ll come back to haunt him. There are probably more ugly women in America than attractive women. People take that stuff personally.”
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell has apologized for saying “there are probably more ugly women in America than attractive women.”
Rendell tells The Associated Press the comments were “incredibly dumb and selfish” and that he’s sorry.
He says he was poking fun at his own appearance and trying to make the point that “there’s more of us than there are of them.”
The Democrat was offering his thoughts to The Washington Post on Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump’s prospects for success in the Philadelphia suburbs when he made the comment.
Ugly women??? With friends like these… it will get a lot uglier.
Things just keep getting better for Donald J. Trump and worse for Hillary2016.
May 16th, 2016
Our regular readers and new readers who wish to understand our persistent praise of Donald J. Trump and total disdain of Hillary2016 need to look no further than our consistent attacks against Big Media. “Big Media is the enemy” we’ve written since the 2008 campaign.
Donald J. Trump understands Big Media and handles the entire Big Media enterprise like a man in a toilet stall – with toilet paper. Hillary Clinton on the other hand handles Big Media as pearls of great value and that is why her campaign(s) stinks. Big Media is not a pile of pearls. Big Media is a pile of ….
Thank you Donald J. Trump! To watch Donald J. Trump attack right-wing/conservative/Republican Fox News while appearing on Fox News is a thrill of a lifetime. To listen to Donald J. Trump attack the Bush family at a Republican debate on befuddled CBS was the rarest of caviar. We swoon with delight as Trump trashes Big Media without distinction as to what “side” they pretend to be on. Right-wing, left-wing, center, dull, click-bait, printed, broadcast, cable, cartoons, video, pundits, blogs, Twitter, Facebook, – to Trump all Big Media is to be handled with toilet paper because Donald J. Trump is not fooled by the fictions of Big Media.
We do have a quarrel with Donald J. Trump on his treatment of Big Media. We think Donald J. Trump is much too nice. Those “press pens”? We think they should be electrified to such an extent they fry any “journalist” who touches them. Big Media “personalities”? We think Trump’s team should beat, without remorse or relenting, any Big Media “personality” that approaches Trump or attends any of his rallies. As far as we’re concerned cattle prods and frequent brutal beatings should be the standing order of the day against Big Media. Think we are too unkind or Draconian? The Big Media creeps at Mother Jones magazine will likely convince you we too are too soft:
“Having vendettas against outlets and playing it out to the point that you’re not letting them in as press is ridiculous,” says Sam Stein, a senior politics editor at the Huffington Post, which has found itself banned from Trump events, possibly because of its decision early in the campaign to relegate Trump to the website’s entertainment section. (The publication reversed that move but started adding a disclaimer to the end of each Trump article labeling him a racist.) “I’m completely opposed to that. And I find it fairly childish for the Trump campaign to do this. It doesn’t suggest someone who’s big and tough and brave, that he can’t face critical media.”
Campaigns inevitably treat media outlets differently, offering the candidate up to favored publications for exclusive interviews or feeding scoops to friendly reporters. But the absolute refusal to allow certain publications to receive credentials to cover rallies is unprecedented in the recent history of presidential campaigns.
“If he’s the nominee, it’s not going to be ideal,” says Alexis Levinson, a reporter for the conservative National Review who can’t get on the media list for Trump events these days. “If the Democratic nominee is willing to credential National Review and the Republican nominee is not, think on that one for a second. That’s a strange dynamic.”
Levinson didn’t encounter any problems reporting on Trump at the start of the campaign season but has been unable to get media credentials since her editors published an “Against Trump” cover package that collected editorials from conservatives denouncing Trump—a part of the magazine that she had no involvement in as a reporter. Nevertheless, Levinson and her colleagues have been shut out from all subsequent Trump events.
“You can’t just decide you don’t want to deal with press because someone was mean to you,” Levinson says. “And no other candidate would get away with holding reporters accountable for what their editorial boards do.” The ban has forced her to shift how she’s covered the campaign. After waiting several hours in the general public line at an Iowa event, only to be turned away when the venue reached capacity, Levinson now avoids reporting on daily Trump stories. “I just don’t pitch stories that involve me covering Trump stuff anymore,” she says. “I don’t have three hours to go spend in line. It’s so irritating.”
Many reporters on the blacklist don’t have the luxury of skipping events. Instead, they register online for free tickets available to the general public and often have to wait in line for hours—a challenge for reporters who need to cover multiple events in a day, sometimes separated by hundreds of miles. [snip]
Since November, Nuzzi has been to about 10 Trump events through the public line, an experience she says has grown nerve-racking as the events take on an increasingly hostile tone, particularly toward the media. These days, Trump regularly whips the crowd into an anti-media frenzy and urges his fans to boo the press pen. [snip]
“I don’t know if I feel like I’m safer in the crowd or I would be safer in the press pen,” Nuzzi says. “Because at least in the press pen you know that you’re surrounded by a lot of people who could document or who could tell you, ‘Yeah, that was Cory Lewandowski who just pulled you to the ground.‘ But if you’re in just a crowd, with hundreds of people, I find it at least a little bit nerve-racking. I feel very alone. Very, very alone.” [snip]
Hostile rhetoric toward the press is a staple of his events. “I would never kill them, but I do hate them,” he said of the press in December. “And some of them are such lying, disgusting people.”
We added the emphasis to that Mother Jones article to demonstrate how loathsome Big Media individually and collectively is. The rest of the article is as repellent as the excerpts we posted. The whiners of the press are upset that they have to get on a public line, not get a special pass, to obtain access. When they do get in the “press pens” they try to violate the rules. Then they complain, like Michelle Fields and her lies against Cory Lewandowski, that they have to follow the rules they agreed to. That Nuzzi creep even cites the discredited Michelle Fields lies about getting “pulled to the ground” to get us to wish anything but severe beatings against Big Media.
Check out the parts we highlighted. Sam Stein complains about access for Huff n’ Puff so that Sam Stein can write an article which at the end declares Trump to be a “racist”! This “racist” “disclaimer” smearing Trump came after Huff n’ Puff swore to only post Trump articles in the entertainment section. Then the creeps of the press complain that it is “unprecedented” for a presidential candidate to treat them that way. Well, hooray Donald J. Trump and thank you sir for that bit of “unprecedented” – can we have some more? Can we get that press pen electrified to sizzling steak level?
If Hillary2016 had an ounce of brains they would do in 2016 what we advised in 2008. If Hillary2016 had an ounce of intelligence, a functioning brain stem, the collective scream would be agreement with the fearless Donald J. Trump. “I would never kill them, but I do hate them… And some of them are such lying, disgusting people.”
In 2008 we advised Hillary2008 to attack Big Media. Big Media was in the tank for Barack Obama and we thought a sensible person would point out the obvious. Rarely, did Hillary Clinton’s campaign ever take our advice. Donald J. Trump? Look at what happened this past weekend.
This past weekend the New York Times smeared Donald J. Trump. Donald J. Trump has been in nonstop attack mode since the latest slime oozed from the disgusting New York Times which regularly smeared Hillary Clinton in 2008 and praised Barack Obama. Donald J. Trump fought back and today he hit pay dirt:
Former Trump girlfriend hits back at ‘upsetting’ NYT cover story
The New York Times’ article published Saturday with the headline “Crossing the Line: How Donald Trump Behaved With Women in Private” begins with an anecdote from a woman named Rowanne Brewer Lane, who as a 26-year-old model was asked by the businessman to put on a swimsuit during their first meeting at a Mar-a-Lago pool party.
“But the 1990 episode at Mar-a-Lago that Ms. Brewer Lane described was different: a debasing face-to-face encounter between Mr. Trump and a young woman he hardly knew. This is the private treatment of some women by Mr. Trump, the up-close and more intimate encounters,” the Times wrote.
On Monday morning, Brewer Lane appeared on “Fox & Friends” to dispute the Times’ framing of her account. [snip]
“They spun it to where it appeared negative. I did not have a negative experience with Donald Trump, and I don’t appreciate them making it look like that I was saying that it was a negative experience because it was not,” Brewer Lane said.
Co-host Ainsley Earhardt asked to clarify if Brewer Lane knew him well and that they dated for several months.
“That’s correct. Yes, and he was never — he never made me feel like I was being demeaned in any way. He never offended me in any way. He was very gracious. I saw him around all types of people, all types of women. He was very kind, thoughtful, generous, you know. He was a gentleman,” Brewer said.
Guess who this woman is voting for:
As for whether she is voting for him, Brewer Lane said she is all in for her former boyfriend.
“I think Donald is doing a great job and he is a very successful businessman, he’s a great leader because of that,” Brewer Lane said. “He has a lot going for him, let’s face it, and I’m supporting him.”
Trump immediately responded:
Donald Trump is fearless in his war against Big Media. Trump understands how the game is played by Big Media and Trump knows how to hit back:
Fox News reports that Trump said on Thursday that if he is elected president, he will target Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos, claiming Bezos, who owns amazon.com, is using the Post to influence corporate tax policy.
Speaking to Trumpster Sean Hannity after Bob Woodward of the Post acknowledged the paper would employ 20 people to cover every aspect of Trump’s life, Trump snapped, “Every hour we’re getting calls from reporters from The Washington Post asking ridiculous questions. And I will tell you, this is owned as a toy by Jeff Bezos … Amazon is getting away with murder, tax-wise. He’s using The Washington Post for power so that the politicians in Washington don’t tax Amazon like they should be taxed.” [snip]
Trump blustered, “He thinks I’ll go after him for antitrust. Because he’s got a huge antitrust problem because he’s controlling so much, Amazon is controlling so much of what they are doing. He’s using The Washington Post, which is peanuts, he’s using that for political purposes to save Amazon in terms of taxes and in terms of antitrust.”
That excerpt from the anti-Trump hate site Dailywire mocks Donald J. Trump’s allegations but if they would read the news from Amazon today and the intent to sell even more self-branded goods, it appears that Trump is right about the anti-trust claims and how Bezos uses the Big Media outlet The Washington Post to politically lobby and intimidate.
Jeff Bezos is not alone in Big Media corruption of the political process. Last week website Gizmodo detailed how Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg leverages his clout to corrupt the news Facebook users see. The corrupt Zuckerberg responded with a proposed meeting at which he will meet with “conservative” Trump haters. No Trump supporters need apply:
Glenn Beck, Anti-Trump Conservatives to Meet with Facebook’s Zuckerberg [snip]
Beck announced the meeting in a Facebook post on his page early Sunday morning. Beck and Perino will be joined by Arthur Brooks of the American Enterprise Institute, CNN’s S.E. Cupp, and Mitt Romney’s former digital director, Zac Moffatt.
It is also important to point out that nearly every “leading conservative” listed above who has accepted and confirmed their attendance on Wednesday is part of the anti-Trump or “Never Trump” movement. The move to invite from this school of “conservatives” flies in the face of Zuckerberg’s claim of creating a diverse group for the discussion.
Big Media in recent years has endured three calamities:
Calamity #1: The internet. A reader in middle America or Australia, or anywhere, can read any newspaper or watch any video of any program anywhere at any time. That means that the Big Media powerhouses such as the New York Times and Washington Post have direct competition with every other outlet, website, blog, in the world. This dilutes the power of the biggest Big Media players such as the New York Times. Before the internet we never read the Hindustan Times. When issues flare up in the area however, we find ourselves reading the Hindu Times during the crisis instead of our once upon a time Big Media outlets to get news from the source area.
Calamity #2: Citizens’ United. We wrote about the Supreme Court decision in Citizens’ United. We suggest everyone read the section of the article we wrote explaining why Citizens’ United was decided correctly on Free Speech grounds. Aside from being correct, the decision in Citizens’ United was a massive blow on two levels against Big Media: (1) the decision opened the door to political players funding their own communications (such as movies) thereby not having to rely on Big Media outlets to get out the message they wished to convey, and (2) Big Media outlets like the New York Times lost their monopoly on big business contributions to political candidates/campaigns. Before Citizens’ United the New York Times Corporation via editorials in the New York Times held politicians in thrall and afraid. After Citizens’ United the influence of a corporate in-kind donation in the form of a newspaper endorsement meant a lot less – especially when added to the lessened clout of world-wide access to news.
Calamity #3: Donald J. Trump. Read all of the above. Donald J. Trump has smashed Big Media into pulp even as he continues to reshape it. Because of the lessened readership of newspapers such as the New York Times and the waning clout such lessened readership inevitably signifies Big Media has to become ever more hysterical to get attention. The more hysterical Big Media outlets become the less credibility they have. In the past, when they had tons of clout and influence, the New York Times would have published a demure two-column article below the fold to smear Trump. But now Big Media outlets are so weakened that the Times had to splash a four-column large headline with large picture above-the-fold to attack Donald Trump. And even with all that ostentatious full-color ink the Times has failed to hurt Trump.
Donald J. Trump destroyed the Big Media hit piece in the New York Times with one tweet. Trump uses Big Media to destroy Big Media.
Now, can we get those electrified press pens, set to sizzle, please?
May 11th, 2016
Donald J. Trump got the GOP nomination with relative ease, as we predicted at the 2015 dawn of the “Summer of Trump”. It was an easy prediction to make because Trump is a smart fighter who attracted other smart fighters. Donald Trump was not only willing, but happy, to fight his party establishment and the entire political/Big Media establishment under the blood red banner of REAL AND TOTAL CHANGE.
Long ago our analysis (after eight years of managed decline under treacherous Barack Obama) was that 2016 was to be a change election. Donald Trump waged a battlefield campaign, an insurrection, precisely tuned to be the champion of that CHANGE. Trump won on the battlefield, revolutionary flags unfurled, trumpets blaring. We recall with astonishment how Trump denounced the Iraq War and the entire Bush family dynasty at Republican debates with the glee of a vengeful anarchist from Marseilles as the guillotine sliced through the air.
Trump routed the ancien régime on the political battlefield. Now the ancien régime as personified by the cute Dauphin from Wisconsin presumes the winner on the battlefield must come to them hat in hand. It’s an ancient strategy of corrupt regimes: Win at the conference table what you lost on the battlefield.
The blue-eyed cute Dauphin of the ancien régime and the lion of the battlefield will meet this Thursday to arrive at a concordat to strip Trumpism from Trump. Trump without Trumpism is the goal. Only if Trump rejects the issues that won him the nomination will the ancien régime cuddle up.
Don Surber cites to reality:
Your silly endorsements mean nothing
Never Trump has become Drama Queen central. The self-righteous right continues to preen to my amusement because I am looking at my watch and waiting for November 8. No teeth are gnashed because Paul Ryan — veep loser last time — is petulant about backing the nominee. Ho-hum.
The Family Bush has not endorsed Trump. Cruz hasn’t. In fact, all the losers in the Republican Party are reluctant to endorse Trump. Their endorsements may have meant something during the primaries, but now? Do you really think Mitt Romney will flip one Democratic voter or sway on independent? That was his trouble last time. He had his chance. No walk, loser.
I contend that the backing of the Washington Establishment would hurt Trump more than it would help. [snip]
Trump is the Republican Party now. He is running the show. He is the main attraction, in fact, the only attraction. In the marketplace of ideas, Jeb lost. Rubio lost. Cruz lost. Why? Because the neocon movement which took over the post-Reagan Republicans failed. What is our national debt now? $19 trillion? The Athwart History Guardians Of Chairman Buckley’s Body at the National Review stood athwart history four years ago against the man who last balanced the budget — Newt Gingrich.
They tried that again, and lost.
The Bush dynasty desires a restoration with the same hunger the Bourbons of old France did. But the restoration is doomed to failure. As Talleyrand wrote of that dynasty, “they had learned nothing and forgotten nothing”. Patrick Buchanan helpfully summarizes the failed restoration of the failed House of Bush and the rise of the New Republican Party:
And they have to know, whether they concede it or not, that Trump’s triumph is a sweeping repudiation of Bush Republicanism by the same party that nominated them four times for the presidency.
Not only was son and brother, Jeb, humiliated and chased out of the race early, but Trump won his nomination by denouncing as rotten to the core the primary fruits of signature Bush policies.
Twelve million aliens are here illegally, said Trump, because the Bushes failed to secure America’s borders.
America has run up $12 trillion in trade deficits and been displaced as the world’s first manufacturing power by China, said Trump, because of the lousy trade deals backed by Bush Republicans.
The greatest strategic blunder in U.S. history, said Trump, was the Bush II decision to invade Iraq to disarm it of nonexistent weapons of mass destruction.
The war Bush began, says Trump, produced 5,000 American dead, scores of thousands wounded, trillions of dollars wasted, and a Middle East sunk in civil-sectarian war, chaos and fanaticism.
That is a savage indictment of the Bush legacy. And a Republican electorate, in the largest turnout in primary history, nodded, “Amen to that, brother!”
No matter who wins in November, there is no going back for the GOP.
Can anyone think the Republican Party can return to open borders or new free-trade agreements like NAFTA?
Can anyone believe another U.S. Army, like the ones Bush I and Bush II sent into Afghanistan and Iraq, will be mounted up and march to remake another Middle East country in America’s image?
Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom are history.
What the Trump campaign revealed, as Republicans and even Democrats moved toward him on trade, immigration and foreign policy, is that Bush Republicanism and neoconservatism not only suffered a decisive defeat, they had a sword run right through them.
They are as dead as emperor-worship in Japan.
Trump won the nomination, he won the argument, and he won the debate. The party is now with Trump — on the issues. For GOP elites, there can be no going back to what the grass roots rejected.
What does this suggest for Trump himself?
What should Trump do now? Lose what he won on the battlefield at the conference table to the little Dauphin from Wisconsin? Buchanan, as do we, suggests the wise course:
While he ought to keep an open door to those he defeated, the greatest mistake he could make would be to seek the support of the establishment he crushed by compromising on the issues that brought out his crowds and brought him his victories and nomination. [snip]
How then should Trump proceed?
Unify the party, to the degree he can, by keeping an open door to the defeated and offering a hand in friendship to all who wish to join his ranks, while refusing to compromise the issues that got him where he is. If the Bushes and neocons wish to depart, let them go.
Enter the little Dauphin from Wisconsin. The no action, all talk, Talker of the House Paul Ryan. Once again, Patrick Buchanan administers the needed laxative:
In millennial teen-talk, Ryan told CNN’s Jake Tapper, “I’m just not ready to do that at this point. I’m not there right now.”
“[T]he bulk of the burden of unifying the party” falls on Trump, added Ryan. Trump must unify “all wings of the Republican Party, and the conservative movement.” Trump must run a campaign that we can “be proud to support and proud to be a part of.”
Then, maybe, our Hamlet of the House can be persuaded to support the elected nominee of his own party.
Excuse me, but upon what meat has this our Caesar fed?
Ryan is a congressman from Wisconsin. He has never won a statewide election. As No. 2 on Mitt Romney’s ticket, he got waxed by Joe Biden. He was compromise choice as speaker, only after John Boehner went into in his Brer Rabbit “Zip-a-dee-doo-dah” routine.
Who made Ryan the conscience of conservatism?
Who made Ryan keeper of the keys of true Republicanism?
Trump “inherits something … that’s very special to a lot of us,” said Ryan, “the party of Lincoln and Reagan and Jack Kemp.”
But Trump did not “inherit” anything. He won the nomination of the Republican Party in an epic battle in the most wide-open race ever, in which Trump generated the largest turnout and greatest vote totals in the history of Republican primaries.
What is Ryan up to?
He is pandering to the Trump-hating Beltway media and claiming the leadership of a Republican establishment routed and repudiated in the primaries, not only by that half of the party that voted for Trump, but also by that huge slice of the party that voted for Ted Cruz.
The hubris here astonishes. A Republican establishment that has been beaten as badly as Carthage in the Third Punic War is now making demands on Scipio Africanus and the victorious Romans.
This is difficult to absorb.
Someone should instruct Paul Ryan that losers do not make demands. They make requests. They make pleas.
What makes Ryan’s demands more astonishing is that he is the designated chairman of the Republican National Convention, a majority of whose delegates and whose nomination Trump is about to win.
Ryan is saying he is ambivalent over whether he will accept the verdict of the Cleveland convention – of which he is the chairman.
If Ryan holds to his refusal to accept the decision of the Republican majority in the primaries, he should be removed from that role. And if Ryan does not come out of Thursday’s meeting with the Donald, endorsing him, the presumptive nominee should turn to Paul Ryan, and, in two words, tell him, “You’re fired!”
Trump cannot allow the establishment to claw back in the cloakrooms of Capitol Hill what he won on a political battlefield. He cannot allow a discredited establishment to dictate the issues he may run on.
That would be a betrayal of the troops who brought Trump victory after victory in the primaries. [snip]
Paul Ryan, in declaring that he cannot now support Trump, and imposing conditions to earn his support, has crawled out on a long limb.
Trump cannot capitulate. He has to saw it off.
The limb that has to be sawed off is the one that secures the head to the shoulder. That is what Trump is up to we believe. The no action all talk, Talker of the House Paul Ryan and the ancien régime think they can stop the history train by throwing twigs on the tracks. The ancien régime draped in moth eaten ermine robes dream of a restoration not realizing their heads have been lopped off at Place de la Concorde.
Mitt Romney the head loser of 2012 privately meets with Bill Kristol the pamphleteer of the Bush restoration to plot a third party rear guard action against the New Republican Party and its leader Donald J. Trump. But the Trump train is on the move as even some establishment figures climb on board. Increasingly even top allies of Talker Ryan denounce Paul Ryan. Even House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has abandoned Paul Ryan in order to be a Trump delegate to the Cleveland convention.
This Thursday Donald J. Trump will meet with Paul Ryan to reach concord. Paul Ryan faces a primary challenge ably assisted by the smart Sarah Palin whom Ryan attacked as an “outside agitator”. Mama Grizzly gonna chew up that boy’s Dauphinic ass. Paul Ryan leads an ancien régime that is divided and falling apart as more and more of its members realize the Republican Party is dead. Long live the New Republican Party. Liddle Paul Ryan is the last to know.
Concord is the aim of Thursday’s meeting between the Lion of the primaries and the Dauphin of Wisconsin. We know of two great historic sites of “Concord”. Both sites of “Concord” should shake Paul Ryan as he tries to wrest victory from Revolutionary Donald J. Trump. Place de la Concord in Paris had an earlier name and an earlier notoriety:
Originally called ‘Place Louis XV’, the square was renamed in 1792 as ‘Place de la Révolution’ when it became the stage for the horrendous public executions by the guillotine. During the Reign of Terror, the King, the Queen Marie-Antoinette, and more than 1,100 victims were beheaded in less than two and a half years. On 21st January 1793, Louis XVI was guillotined at the very position of the statue of Brest, at the North-West angle. From the 13th May 1793, the “National Razor” was moved across the square near the railings of the Tuileries Gardens and beheaded many more victims: Marie-Antoinette (16th October), Madame du Barry, Danton, Madame Roland and Robespierre. Following those dreadful events of the Reign of Terror, the Directorate changed the name of the square to one of reconciliation and hope: Place de la Concorde.
If the Liddle Dauphin from Wisconsin does not get the meaning of the square formerly known as ‘Place de la Révolution’ there is a more American Concord:
At midnight on the 19th of April the British column, consisting of 650-900 troops left Boston, crossed the Charles River, followed closely by the alarm rider Paul Revere. As the British marched towards Concord, the entire countryside had been alerted to their presence, and rebel militia was deployed to meet them.
Donald J. Trump has nothing to lose on Thursday when he meets with Paul Ryan. Paul Ryan has plenty to lose his head over. The rebel militia, fresh victories marked with bloody hands as evidence, is deployed and ready to march on Cleveland and cleave some more heads.
May 9th, 2016
Sarah Palin is so smart. Idiots mock Sarah Palin because they don’t like her speaking voice, or her manner of speaking, or her education outside the Ivy League. The idiots think Sarah Palin is an idiot. But Sarah Palin is so so smart.
Yesterday Sarah Palin even outsmarted us. In our previous article we suggested if a big name Trump supporter, joined by every Trump supporter, donated money to Paul Ryan’s primary opponent Paul Nehlen – that would send the necessary message to Paul Ryan and his ambitions to run for president in 2020 by sabotaging Trump in 2016. Sarah Palin trumped us. Sarah Palin will do more than just send Paul Nehlen a check:
Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin announced on Sunday she will work to defeat Paul Ryan in his Republican primary.
This came after Ryan would not endorse the Republican nominee Donald Trump for president.
Sarah Palin says Paul Ryan will be “Cantored”:
Sarah Palin will work to defeat House Speaker Paul Ryan by backing his primary opponent in Wisconsin, the former Alaska governor told CNN’s Jake Tapper.
Palin said in an interview that airs Sunday on “State of the Union” that her decision was sparked by Ryan’s bombshell announcement to Tapper last week that he wasn’t yet ready to support Donald Trump, the Republican presumptive nominee. Palin endorsed Trump back in January.
“I think Paul Ryan is soon to be ‘Cantored,’ as in Eric Cantor,” Palin said, referring to the former Republican House majority leader who was ousted in a shocking upset in 2014 when challenger Dave Brat ran to his right in a Virginia primary.
“His political career is over but for a miracle because he has so disrespected the will of the people, and as the leader of the GOP, the convention, certainly he is to remain neutral, and for him to already come out and say who he will not support is not a wise decision of his,” Palin continued.
Sarah Palin got what smart people get: results.
Ryan says he would step down as convention chair if Trump asks
Sarah Palin did Donald J. Trump a solid. Trump’s hands are clean on this because he did not coordinate with Palin on the very clear threat to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. Trump can proceed in good faith to his Thursday meeting with Paul Ryan. Trump should listen to Paul Ryan then conclude the meeting with a firm “go to hell”.
Speaker Ryan wants to neuter Trump. It’s what we call Trump without Trumpism”:
When Paul Ryan declares that the GOP “standard bearer” should bear the GOP standard what Paul Ryan means is “Trump without Trumpism”. Paul Ryan will tolerate Donald Trump only if Trump does what loser Paul Ryan commands. “… Trump had yet to prove he shared the conservative values and principles necessary to be the party’s standard-bearer” means Paul Ryan wants Trump to be the GOP establishment chump. Trump without Trumpism is what the GOP establishment and Paul Ryan demand.
The GOP establishment goal is to sabotage Trump and the new emerging Republican Party so the ancien régime can maintain control and maintain their privileges. The ancien régime will do nothing for the American people other than continue the disaster of policies which weaken American workers with low wage policies and turn America into a garrison state for international taskmasters. Trump rejects all that.
This is where we elevate Sarah Palin to “very smart” status. Sarah Palin was merely “smart” when she Kabonged the treacherous Paul Ryan with a threat, not only to his Speakership, but to his very existence as a legislator. But Sarah Palin must be considered “very smart” because of what Sarah Palin sees, that we saw long ago, and that the GOP establishment only at this very late date begins to perceive.
We, Sarah Palin, and a few others see that there is a New Republican Party rising. Pretty boy Paul Ryan and the GOP establishment want to abort the birth of the New Republican Party.
That is what this election cycle is about. You can’t “Make America Great Again” without a new political establishment. The New Republican Party, built with the bones of the Obama destroyed Democratic Party of old, is rising.
THERE CAN BE NO PEACE BETWEEN DONALD J. TRUMP AND THE GOP ESTABLISHMENT. FOR THE NEW REPUBLICAN PARTY TO RISE AND MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN THE GOP ESTABLISHMENT MUST DIE.
The GOP establishment knows of their death to come. So the ancien régime dreams fevered dreams and new plots to stop their own funeral.
There can be no peace. The GOP establishment must be killed. Consider, both major political parties for their own selfish reasons, seek to impose illegal immigration amnesty, common core, disaster trade policies such as TPP. Both parties are in cahoots on these issues. Donald J. Trump is against illegal immigration amnesty, common core, disaster trade policies.
The GOP establishment wants to sell the notion that the problem with Donald J. Trump is one of “tone” and bombastic “personality”. But the GOP establishment’s problem with Donald J. Trump is one of policy. That’s why there can be no peace. One must die for the other to live.
Donald J. Trump is against what both the Democratic Party and the Republican Party want to impose on this nation. Recall that many of the abominations of the Obama gangster government were birthed by Republicans. TARP, Common Core, bailouts, trade deals – were authored by George W. Bush and then co-authored by Barack Obama. ObamaCare? It used to be called RomneyCare.
Donald J. Trump is against what both the Democratic Party of Barack Obama and the Republican Party of George W. Bush have imposed on American citizens. The American people are against what the Democratic Party of Barack Obama and the Republican Party of George W. Bush have wrought. That’s why there is a New Republican Party rising.
Donald J. Trump, aided and abetted by the voters, will bring about a realignment – a New Republican Party. Sarah Palin will help birth the New Republican Party.