Donald Trump Is Exactly Where The Elites Want Him

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Cognitive dissonance is a powerful drug. It makes otherwise-very-intelligent people goofy and incoherent in their thinking and blinds them to certain realities that they should normally see right in front of their noses. I witness it all the time in the field of economics — a key piece of logic, a key fact that certain people absolutely refuse to take into account simply because they have a singular idea of how the world works and they cannot allow that idea to ever come into question. They would rather leap into a mental gymnastics routine worthy of an Olympic gold medal than examine the truth. And if you confront them on it, they’ll accuse YOU of being the one in denial.

This is how we ended up with the credit crisis and market crash of 2008/2009. This is how very few people saw the writing on the wall with Syria and ISIS and the fact that the funding and training of Islamic extremists by Western governments for the purpose of proxy insurgency might not be such a great concept. It is the reason why it took years for the mainstream to acknowledge the advent of the East/West paradigm, the same paradigm that alternative analysts warned about years in advance. This is why most mainstream AND alternative analysts completely discounted a successful Brexit referendum. And, it is why the vast majority of pundits could not even conceive of a Trump victory in 2016. I could write a list 20 pages long on all the geopolitical and fiscal developments most people missed because they were clinging to assumptions rather than evidence.

Unfortunately, the liberty movement is also sometimes vulnerable to such assumptions. The most dangerous of which revolve around the rise of President-elect Donald Trump.

I have seen endless theories over the past several months on all the ways in which the global elites would sabotage the Trump campaign. I believe the phrase “they will never allow him to win” was repeated in nearly every discussion on the election. The assumption in this instance was that Trump is “anti-establishment” and, therefore, a threat to the globalists. These are the same globalists that people also claimed would “rig the election,” or initiate a “coup” in the electoral college to stop a Trump presidency.

Of course, this never happened. So, a large percentage of the movement needs to question — why didn’t it happen? How did Trump win within a system we know has been rigged for decades?

You’ll hear hundreds of theories and rationalizations on Trump’s miraculous victory, but a reason you will almost never hear is also the most likely one: Trump won the election because he serves the interests of the establishment. Trump won because he is a fake.

This is not an idea that many liberty activists want to entertain. They were so repulsed by the proposition of Hillary Clinton taking the helm at the White House that they would have invested themselves in almost ANYONE running against her, even if they thought that candidate might be controlled opposition. However, not just anyone was fielded as a candidate; Trump was fielded, and for good reason. I predicted before the Republican and Democratic primaries that the final election would be between Trump and Clinton in my article Will A Trump Presidency Really Change Anything For The Better?, published in March, and here is a quote on why:

“The other ingenious aspect of the Trump campaign is really who he is running against — Hillary Clinton, a rabidly liberal candidate even more hated than Barack Obama. A candidate with a potentially serious criminal record and a penchant for an outright communistic world view far beyond that of Bernie Sanders. Those of us who have been in the writing field for a long time and have dabbled in fiction know that in order to create a fantastic hero, you must first put even more work into creating a fantastic villain. The hero is nothing without the villain.

The unmitigated horror inherent in the prospect of a Hillary Clinton presidency is like adding jet fuel to the Trump campaign. (And yes, I am assuming according to the results of the primaries so far that the final election will be between Trump and Clinton).”

My point back then as well as now is that without Clinton as the counter-party, Trump would not have garnered the political following he did. Any other Democratic candidate would not have galvanized conservatives so fervently. As I continued in my pre-primaries article:

“Donald Trump appears to be the perfect antithesis to Hillary Clinton. … the real question is, is Trump a reflection of the frustration and defiance of the conservative population, or, is he a clever ruse by the establishment to co-opt and placate the conservative population before we rebel?”

The staging of the 2016 election might have appeared to some people to be absolute chaos, but to me, it could not have been more perfectly scripted. In later articles covering the election I went on to give Trump a chance. I stated that I had little doubt that he would win the election and that this would be followed by an economic crisis, probably triggered early in his first term.  Conservative movements would be set up as scapegoats for a crash the globalists had created. However, I believed it (marginally) possible that Trump was not aware of this strategy on the part of the elites. Today, I no longer hold this view.

The first and worst sign that Trump is not anywhere near “anti-establishment” has been his complete reversal of his original “drain the swamp” rhetoric. Trump is not only NOT draining the swamp that is the Washington D.C. and corporate elitist revolving door, he is adding even more creatures of varying ghoulishness. As Newt Gingrich, who describes himself as an outside adviser to Trump, recently stated:

“I’m told he now just disclaims that…” [Draining the swamp] “He now says it was cute, but he doesn’t want to use it anymore…”

There is a good reason why Trump no longer wants to use that particular slogan — his cabinet is now filled with the exact same elitists he used to slam along with the Washington establishment.

Trump first placed former Goldman Sachs partner Steven Mnuchin as Treasury Secretary. Goldman Sachs has a long history of insinuating its alumni into vital positions within government bodies dealing directly with the economy.  Mnuchin is particularly troubling because of his ties to George Soros; Mnuchin used to work directly for George Soros at Soros Fund Management up until 2004.

Then, for those people that thought maybe Mnuchin was just an anomaly, Trump added Gary Cohn, president of Goldman Sachs, as the director of the National Economic Council.

Trump’s chief strategist and Breitbart executive Steve Bannon is also a former Goldman Sachs investment banker.

It is interesting to note that over a quarter of the gains in the delusional Dow Jones spike after Trump’s election was tied to a rise in Goldman Sachs stock value.  Imagine that…

Trump is also now “advised” on economic matters by the likes of JP Morgan’s Jamie Dimon. Are we starting to get the picture here?

If that is not enough, then how about the fact that Trump is being closely advised by long time globalist Henry Kissinger (just as Vladimir Putin is advised by Kissinger)? I’m not sure why so many people are surprised by this arrangement; Trump was meeting with Kissinger months before the election. No matter the administration, there is ALWAYS a high level globalist behind the curtain. Barack Obama had Zbigniew Brzezinski, and Trump and Putin have Kissinger.

I won’t go into the numerous establishment Republicans that Trump has tapped for his administration, I will save that can of worms for another article, but anyone in the Liberty Movement that is not at least generally suspicious of Trump at this point is probably kidding themselves. The bottom line is, Trump has already LIED to his political base. He has surrounded himself with globalists and financial gatekeepers when he originally criticized Clinton for the same behavior. At this point, as long as he working in close proximity with such parasites there is no way for us to know if he is calling the shots, or if his handlers are making decisions for him.

I have heard it argued that Trump “has no choices” outside of D.C. insiders, which is why his cabinet is loaded with bottom feeders from Goldman Sachs. I find this argument rather naive. I would argue that there are thousands of brilliant professionals and people far more trustworthy outside of the beltway that could populate Trump’s cabinet and “make America great again.” I would even argue that ANY person with little experience inside the D.C. corruption chamber would be better suited to the job.

It seems to me that there are some activists that just can’t let go of the notion that Trump was the candidate the elites wanted all along.  After all, didn’t the powers-that-be do everything in their power to try and stop him from winning the election?

Well, not really. The media firestorm surrounding Trump, though highly negative in tone, only boosted Trump’s exposure throughout the election. In fact, Trump received more coverage from outlets like CNN than all the other candidates combined.

This was the exact opposite tactic that the elitist controlled media used against true liberty candidate Ron Paul in 2012. With Paul, the media went out of their way to ignore him; they even refused to show a single Ron Paul campaign sign in a crowd if they could avoid it. This was a concerted systematic effort on the part of left AND right wing media outlets to ensure that no one outside of the internet heard about Ron Paul.

So what happened with Trump? Why did the mainstream media abandon a strategy that was very effective against Ron Paul, and why did they give Trump endless free coverage?

The elites also did not take very stringent measures to disrupt Trump’s candidacy early in the race. The Republican National Convention undertook a campaign of disinformation and rule changes in order to ensure that Ron Paul would have no chance of organizing an upset against establishment choice Mitt Romney. The same exact kind of treachery was used by the DNC in 2016 to sabotage Bernie Sanders arguably a far more popular and effective candidate than Hillary Clinton. The party elites have numerous tools at their disposal to kill a candidate’s chances before he or she ever makes it on the national stage, yet, we are supposed to believe that Trump just slipped through the cracks, or beat them at their own game?  I think not.

The election itself was riddled with email leaks and data dumps showcasing the corruption of the Clinton campaign, and yes, this did help to ensure a Trump win. The accusations of “Russian hacking” is clearly a sideshow, but the question remains, who did feed that information to Wikileaks? Some theorize that “disgruntled employees” within the U.S. intelligence apparatus may have leaked the data. I think they were not disgruntled. I think that most of the leaks were part of the election theater from the very beginning. In light of Trump’s clear goal to entrench banking vampires within his administration, I think that the elites always intended for him to “win” the election.

Of course, for some in the liberty movement this claim is sacrilegious. They don’t want to hear it, they’ll hate me for saying it, and that’s fine.  I started my work in 2006 during the Bush years, and I remember quite well what it was like. I have little doubt that some people will be accusing me of being a “liberal” before they even finish this article, just as people called me a “Neo-Con” during the Obama administration. People who held fast to “conspiracy theories” surrounding the election and how Clinton was the “chosen one” will now hypocritically call me a “conspiracy theorist” for pointing out that NO ONE gets into the White House without being vetted by the elites, even Trump.

Working in alternative media means not caring if people like you or dislike you. I’ve been able to make numerous correct predictions because I do not concern myself with the pressures of conforming to group-think. My only hope is that many in the movement realize sooner rather than later that their faith in Trump has been ill invested. The great danger is that the liberty movement, the best last chance for saving this nation, will sit on its collective hands idle, centralizing all their hopes and eggs into the Trump basket, waiting for him to gallop in on his white horse and save us all from oblivion. And when that time comes, I suspect that he will do nothing, and the movement will be neutralized by its own desperate desire for a hero and an idol.

(First published at PersonalLiberty.com. Brandon Smith’s site is Alt-Market.com.)

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  • Alice

    I sadly agree; Trump was all part of the “election theater” for the masses. This particular “show” was a humdinger. I am NOT sure HRC knew in advance she was being thrown under the bus however. I am so profoundly weary of the almost infinite power of the Global Central Banking system and the gullibility of the Sheeple.

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    • BeeTheChange

      Looking at the timeline, it appears it didn’t matter to the elite which candidate won, they selected both of them as intentional slaps in the face of America. When Hillary started having health problems that could not be hidden, she became an unstable liability so they launched Operation Wikileaks. It’s possible her health situation was artificially induced. probably unbeknownst to her, because she seems fine now. That explains the body double, the bizarre behavior, the aides with drugs in hand, etc. Election theater at its finest for sure. Too bad so few knew they were watching a horror flick.

      • Alice

        I tend to agree. The only variation that occurred to me was the fact the Global Banks want endless war on multiple fronts internationally and civil war within nations. They do not want general revolution aimed at them. It is possible, when they realized none of their ‘selected’ candidates would be accepted by the People, they switched horses assuming they could get control of Trump… which they have done… at least so far. His warmongering is disgusting. Will the People stop being distracted by transgender bathrooms long enough to notice? I wonder.

        • BeeTheChange

          I doubt it. So few even understand there are globalists running The Dialectic Show. They think everything just “happens,” as though events just flow along willy nilly with no hidden hand. Without that knowledge, you cannot figure out what’s going on. With it, it all makes sense in the most awful way.

          Yes, his warmongering is disgusting, I had no doubt both candidates would hit the war path right out of the gate, which I voted for neither of them. Wait until Goldman Sachs’ former CEO Cohn starts writing Trump’s new tax bill, that should fix everything!

          • Alice

            Cannot agree there… People came out of the woodwork to vote against HRC as well as for Trump. They utterly rejected the globalist candidates. More people may be aware and becoming more so every day than we realize.

          • BeeTheChange

            I’m confused. Which candidates were not globalists choices?

          • Alice

            Generally, I would agree. I was very active politically until I realized it was a scam of monumental proportions. At that time I switched my activities to Verifiable Voting. Trump was actually Hillary’s pick because she believed she would have no trouble beating him. There may even have been an agreement he betrayed. I do not believe he was originally a globalist choice but I think everyone else was definitely on the payroll. I believe the globalists set it up all- the-way for HRC and then changed horses in midstream. I don’t think they had control of Trump but were sure they could get him, as they apparently have. However, while everyone believed [and said] the fix was in for HRC, I told them, even the globalist/Rothschild/Rockefeller cartel cannot; repeat; at this time they cannot “rig” a landslide; they literally don’t have the technology. I knew very well the Trump voters were keeping mum; if for no other reason than their own safety. The manipulators must have a base of about 20% and be capable of confusing and discouraging another 20-25% to get their candidate in office and they have been accomplishing this quite readily for a long time. Every “election theater” production is presented to the public as “neck and neck” for this reason. However, there are too many paper ballots and too many people involved to hold that position against a legitimate landslide…. and in this “election” HRC had too much baggage and would not credibly carry the vote; should they attempt to force this cretin upon the American public there was a great likelihood of genuine revolution. So, I think the globalists, realizing their position; and to the endless consternation of ‘local’ US politicians, helped it along with “Project Veritas” and Assange. The globalists want endless war on multiple fronts internationally and civil war within nations. What they do not want is genuine revolution against THEM. The People are pointed directly at both the globalist’s political minions and the banks themselves. The globalists made up for it by using illegals, vote padding and the ever dependable Diebold vote to make it appear to the snowflakes; after the fact, HRC won the popular vote which she did not….. not even close. There is one more nightmare on the globalist plate. As you know the ‘left vs right’ dichotomy is false; performance art for the public. So too is the ‘East vs West” dichotomy; they’re all working together…. but are uncomfortable bedfellows. Despite the endless propaganda, neither Trump nor Putin is a psychopath; they both love their countries and do not want to see the end of nation states. They have both been muscled into their positions by the global central banks. The globalists greatest fear is that these two will get together and go “off script”. This is not likely but it is possible.

  • Rich Cummings

    The elite have an unlimited budget and can do anything they want. Putting whoever they want in the Whitehouse is routine for them. So I agree with Brandon. The only thing that worries me is that Brandon’s initials are BS.

  • Lewie Paine

    ‘Trump won the election because he serves the interests of the establishment.’

    Good arty. I find it amazing how little common sense exists in the world of modern politics. I guess most are looking everywhere but to themselves for a savior.

    • John C Carleton

      You are right. Don’t know how many months until they figure out it was BS, but Trump voters really expect him to do what he said. Amazing. I was at a feed store, one of the guys was telling me how Trump was going to kick all these freeloaders off of welfare. You are right, going to be a whole bunch of whizzed off white people.

      • g.johnon

        well, most “trump voters” were really just anti-hillary voters. give the donald his hundred days. by then we should well know what kind of asshole he really is. and if we really want to get america back, we are going to have to stop talking and start acting like WE THE PEOPLE are supposed to act when our livelihood becomes blatantly threatened by enemies domestic.

        • Robert Sanger

          I think it close, I like see Snowden pardon and in charge of hi teck info

          • blue579

            Snowjob is a psy op to normalize surveillance. A limited hangout of the role of surveillance in the rise of global totalitarian Technocracy. See Jon Rappoport’s articles on Snowden and take a close look at Greenwald who threw NSA whistle blowers under the bus when he was assigned reporting on the State Secret Privilege evidentiary rule, as explained by FBI whistle blower Sibel Edmonds on her Boiling Frogs Report website. There’s Greenwald’s patron and sugar daddy billionaire Pierre Omidyar who funded The Intercept. Omidyar along with the usual suspects who funded Facebook, is financially backing Singapore based Lenddo which is developing China Social Credit Score algorithms for the rest of the planet to track and monitor everything we do, socially engineering individuals in real time via Skinner Box and Pavlovian style reward and punishment.

          • Robert Sanger

            I see it now. Thanks.

          • g.johnon

            so, gotta link to the rappaport article?

          • blue579

            He’s written several. You can find them on his blog at nomorefakenews.com
            Here are a few links I found in a quick search, the first is a compilation, best to look at the original collection if you want a comprehensive dig. https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2013/07/08/matrix-who-is-edward-snowden/
            https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2015/03/18/unanswered-questions-for-ex-cia-officer-edward-snowden/
            https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2016/01/07/cia-denies-request-for-info-on-edward-snowden/

          • David Millson

            Waste of electrons.

          • blue579

            Apparently you are a waste of electrons and too clueless (I’m being generous) to know who G Edward Griffin is or the importance of his book the Creature from Jekyll Island. Get informed or stay in the shallows!
            Never assume or you may find you have made an a$$ out of yourself.

          • eddysachs

            Are you looking in the mirror?…or do you just need to turn your telescope around (lol)

          • David Millson

            Inane.

          • eddysachs

            You sir…..are an ‘Emotional Retard’…(Daniel Goleman author of ‘Emotional Intelligence) casting vacuous aspersions after waltzing in here with a swinging dik…go back into your Archie Bunker re-runs & quit bothering intelligent people here with your low grade sophistry & offense/defense logic…..vacuole.

        • 2nd alias

          Look at his cabinet choices. .. I already know what kind of asshole he is. He’s been nothing but controlled opposition for the same khazarian mafia that Clintons, the Bush’s, Ohomo, and all the other aipac pandering DC rats belongs to .

          • David Millson

            Another asshole. And homophobe. And elitist.

          • eddysachs

            POTTY MOUTH

        • David Millson

          It takes an asshole to call others that. But he IS doing what he promised. Don’t you read the papers, watch TV… or don’t you like what you read, and don’t like it?

          • g.johnon

            no davie, it does not take an asshole to call an asshole an asshole….asshole!

          • David Millson

            My name is David… and your name is irrelevant.

      • David Millson

        But he IS doing what he promised. Don’t you read the papers, watch TV… or don’t you like what you read, and don’t like it?

        • eddysachs

          They are full of shit…just like you!

          • David Millson

            Dumb reply; you don’t even know me. Therefore you are irrelevant.

          • eddysachs

            Maybe if you block your ears & cover your eyes hahahahaha!…

    • David Millson

      Your avatar pegs you as an elitist. Quitcha bitchin’.

      • Lewie Paine

        I don’t consider myself superior but I do advocate for a superior ideology than that exhibited by most Americans.

        Anarchy is Order. The state is chaos.

        • David Millson

          Seig hiel, mein Fuhrer.

          • Lewie Paine

            In the age of information, ignorance is a choice. The parroting of statist propaganda is both telling and understandable. Anarchy doesn’t mean out of control; it means out of their control. The identification of anarchy with disorder is not a trivial matter, for if lack of government is identified with the lack of order, no one will ask whether lack of government actually results in a lack of order.

            Your salute refers to national socialism – authoritarian collectivism. The antithesis of voluntaryism and self-governance.

    • David Millson

      Why do you diminutize people’s names in your replies? It labels you as an ubermensch even before your comments are read. Besides — it’s just plain rude!

      • Lewie Paine

        Neitche correctly identified the Individual as the Ubermensch and the correct goal for humanity to set for itself.

        Collectivism is the enemy of civilization. It’s a bankrupt ideology responsible for the deaths of millions. And contrary to what the hive might think, ‘Resistance is fertile.’

        Your statement, ‘Why do you diminutize people’s names in your replies?’ seems to be directed at the wrong person.

  • roger

    Brandon will have to wait and see like the rest of us. sorry……..

    • Lewie Paine

      Just today, Trump Selects Wall Street Lawyer for SEC Chairman.

      Seems pretty obvious to me. But we’ll wait…

      • David Millson

        Why not have someone who knows the job to oversee it? You’re so busy bitching you’re looking through your anal fundament.

        • eddysachs

          Lewie Paine has more neurons in his little pinkie than your entire brain stem R-complex

        • Lewie Paine

          Why is it most people today can’t make a simple comment without including a slur? You’re suggesting that as it was the banksters who created the current financial problems, the banksters should be allowed to manage the problems. I find this analogous to ‘letting the fox guard the hen house.’

          Have you anything to add other than insult?

          • John C Carleton
          • David Millson

            After reading your ongoing screed against virtually everything in America, one wearies of constant bitching without considered proposal of constructive alternatives.

            Thus, frustration with your incessant drumbeat of deconstructionist inanity results in the necessity of venting just once against the tsunami of your negativism.

            Please forgive me, ubermensch; I’M only human.

          • Lewie Paine

            Not sure where you’re coming from (though I think I can guess.)

            I consistently advocate for voluntary individualism and negative natural rights and against authoritarian collectivism and its positive rights.

            Please feel free to vent your frustration whether it’s from your team losing the super bowl, the election or whatever.

    • blue579

      What to see what Trump’s Skull & Bones Secretary of Treasury is up to? The Creature from Jekyll Island is still in the White House.

      • David Millson

        Gee, you’re elitist; the majority of us voted for The Creature because he IS doing what he promised. Don’t you read the papers, watch TV… or don’t you like what you read, and don’t like it?

        • blue579

          You misunderstood my concern and reference to the book Creature From Jekyll Island, the seminal historical work by G Edward Griffin on the international banking takeover of the US in 1913 with founding of the Federal Reserve which was the outcome of a plot by powerful men in banking and the US Treasury. The bankers are at the top of the pyramid cap of power. Steve Mnuchin, Trump’s pick for Sec of Treasury is a member of Skull and Bones and a former Goldman Sachs executive, thus my concern. I hope Trump can do something, though I don’t think we should sit around and wait for one man to do the job while a UN & Bankster engineered global police state is poised to emerge. We need to get busy and understand the plans in motion for a totalitarian Technocracy to replace what’s left of our republic.

          • eddysachs

            Waaaaay over this simpletons head …but gr8 for the edification of people that still have open minds …unlike this OZ wanker

  • anonymous4u4me

    The truth is hard to see when you are blinded by hope and or your own ignorance. Great article.

    • David Millson

      Look who’s talking about ignorance. Don’t you read the papers, watch TV… or don’t you like what you read, and don’t like it?

  • Czajk

    Keep your friends close and your enemies closer…

  • g.johnon

    give him his hundred days, then show them snowflakes how to seriously hit the fucking streets!

    • David Millson

      Your small vocabulary = your intelligence.

      • Elaine.Benes, II

        your small brain = your idiocy.

        • David Millson

          Nya nya na nya nahhhhh?

          There’s no need for crude language in earnest conversation.

          • g.johnon

            ah yes, the pseudo-moral righty version of political correctness. quaint as shit there DAVID.

      • g.johnon

        wow davie,, i guess i shoulda used all the words i know all at once, but look, you only used 5 words, so i guess i must be smarter than you. but since most people who post here are obviously smarter than you, it;s really no big deal.

        • David Millson

          Your insults — like the diminuendo of people’s names — make conversation with you not worth the trouble. You rant and vent… but offer no constructive alternatives.

          Don’t reply; I’ve had Multiple Sclerosis for 35 years and I won’t waste my limited energy reading the rude responses of a pointless agitator.

          You’re not worth it.

          David, Get it: DAVID!

          • g.johnon

            you are a stark raving ape-shit moron DAVID. and i only replied because you told me not to.

          • Elaine.Benes, II

            David it seems like you are enjoying the dialect with Mr. Johnson way more than he is or ever was. Now, I have a question for you “…or don’t you like what you read, and don’t like it?”

  • cynic

    It was energizing and entertaining while it lasted, but now we may have passed ‘Peak Trump’, and politics as usual resumes. Instead of ‘Trump Drains Swamp’, it’s more likely that ‘Swamp Drowns Trump’ will be the outcome.

    • David Millson

      Don’t you read the papers, watch TV… or don’t you like what you read, and don’t like it?

      • eddysachs

        Papers …TV??? They’re full of shit…just like you(lol)

        • David Millson

          People who can’t write without crude language need to take ESL classes.

          • eddysachs

            hahahahahahaah!

  • 2nd alias

    The khazars inserted Trump into the race because they all know that the people are fed the hell up with the system. They played their favorite Hegelian Dialect game on us again using Trump as controlled opposition.

  • Bas

    To fight diseases we have vaccines and antibiotics. It is fighting bad with bad. Humans on the outside, to survive, do the same. Extreme, eating each other, if necessary. A good life form does not exist. All going to lengths by only caring for themselves. Nature will never consider good or bad. Survival is the prime cause.
    Trump is on the right track. Bad again bad can work. Good, again bad, never ever will succeed. Historical proof is religion. The ultimate of bad.

    • David Millson

      Weird. If ‘twer so, people would not give their lives for one another! Liar!

      • Bas

        Knowing thy exist, it must be seen as a phenomenon. Maybe a left over from times this planet was paradise.

  • Elaine.Benes, II

    yep. HRC, the most hated person in Amerika, somehow becomes the Democratic nominee (to establish The Villian). then in comes Trump on his white horse spewing things on national television that all are feeling but thought they were no longer “allowed” to say in public. all just know he is really gonna “make America great again”. on top of that, all of MSM (who do absolutely NOTHING by mistake) openly and blatantly “despise” Trump, which only adds to his appeal. because not only are the Citizens fed up with politics as usual, they have also grown tired of the biased, leftist, corporate controlled media. Trump becomes The Savior. Pretty sure it was all bread and circus for the masses, but i must say they amped up their efforts on this one. i wanted to believe but somehow knew i could not. there is only one way my friends. we must save ourselves.

    • David Millson

      Gee, you’re elitist; the majority of us voted for The Donald because he IS doing what he promised. Don’t you read the papers, watch TV… or don’t you like what you read, and don’t like it?

      • Elaine.Benes, II

        Gee, unless you are some sort of idiot shill, let me explain the proper procedure for commenting on public forums…oh never mind, u no comprehend anyway.

        • eddysachs

          thinkin you might as well be talking to a gold fish (lol)

  • D.Moore

    For one Trump didn’t say not to use Drain the Swamp, so you lost me in the first paragraph. I seemed to have missed all the positive attributes of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and the advances we’ve made as a country since 2008. However this country is run by a Shadow Government since the day JFK was assassinated, I feel Trump could be on the same path if he tries to resist the Shadow or take down their friends.

    • David Millson

      All the positive attributes of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama and the advances we’ve made as a country since 2008:

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  • breakawaymotorsports .

    Trum is very very pro second amendment.Trump wants to end the Federal Reserve. Trump will diffuse Obamacare.Trump mistrusts the media.Trump believes in doing things under budget and on time.Trump is not a politician. All these things made me believe in him,NOT my hatrid of Hillary.
    I don’t give a shit if he fills the halls of Washington with snakes and alligators,at least he has them right where he wants them. Keep you friends close and your enemies closer.

    • David Millson

      Good on you, mate!

  • Missouri Patriot

    I voted for Trump hoping for the best of a bad situation and your are right in that I cannot stand HRC.
    I have been watching whom Trump is selecting for his cabinet and I am not impressed but rather left feeling a bit like a fool. There will be some changes but not the general ousting of the globalist elites like I had hoped to see. Disappointing but not really unexpected. All I could do was wait and see.

    I really don’t know at this point what it would take to truly clean up the district of criminals. It is so thoroughly corrupted that it seems overwhelming.
    I know that daily life goes on and we still gotta eat so I roll up my sleeves and get busy with life. I will NEVER be a whining snowflake even though I may not like how this is seeming to go.
    One thing is certain-the circus will continue especially with BO around to keep the crap stirred!

    • Elaine.Benes, II

      i think many are feeling your pain. if it turns out he is one of them, this may be our last chance to save ourselves…

    • David Millson

      First, term limits. Then you’ll see how fast the swamp drains. Globalist elites are the least of our worries, except for George Soros, who consistently fund anti-democracy violence and roving bands of paid thugs from campus to campus.

      “One thing is certain-the circus will continue especially with BO around to keep the crap stirred!” BO is the Author of Shit! He should only fall in; nobody likes a sore loser, especially one who IS a loser.

      BO’s accomplishments:

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  • David Millson

    Funny… Trump has come into office doing the things he promised the majority (which, BTW, is not the East Coast or the Left Coast, but the flyover country (and those of us who think that way)) ignored by the elites… until now; they’ve become sore losers, kicking their heels on the floor in unabashed tantrums. Sore losers piss me off!