Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Trump Is Only The Prelude To What Is Coming

“Across the Midwest, across the Rustbelt, I understand why a lot of people are angry. And they see Donald Trump as their human Molotov cocktail that they get to go into the voting booth on Nov 8. and throw him into our political system.” Michael Moore

I was angered when I saw the list of three men Donald Trump wants to appoint to his cabinet. Steve Mnuchin is a former partner at Goldman Sachs as was his father before him. Before he became a Hollywood producer, he worked for George Soros. Rudy Giuliani was in Building 7 the World Trade Center in the morning of 911. He knew that Tower 7 was never hit by an airliner so it is reasonable to assume he knew the Israeli Mossad took down Towers 1, 2 and 7 with controlled demolitions. Chris Christie as Attorney General would be an insult to the Department of Justice.

Those three men would only be put in the cabinet in a vain attempt to quash any hope Trump and Sanders voters had for meaningful reform. I never liked Trump’s support of Israel. Two of his children converted to Judaism so what can you expect.

I was always more interested in the anger of the average Trump voter than in the candidate. The Good News is that the anger in the land is escalating day by day.

Read the rest of this article here.

P.S. Americans should be learning, beginning to see, that their representatives aren't representing their interests nor serving them.

I am a deplorable, a person that was born and raised in the USA, and therefore, disenfranchised. Trump promised to represent those disenfranchised by NAFTA, and those that will be disenfranchised further by TTP. I am voting for that today in Wisconsin, realizing that in Wisconsin the voting is rigged via the voting machines, e.g., the despicable Walker surviving a massive grass roots recall effort and winning a second term of governorship. He will always win. The machines will be programmed that way. 

Regardless of the rigged machines, I will still be voting for Trump as a vote for the deplorables, middle class Americans born and raised in this country that are being disenfranchised, dealt out of the deck, whether or not that vote will actually be counted or not.

Trump is only the prelude to what is coming.

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