How They Will Stump The Trump, And Make Him Victorious

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Right now, the predators and parasites are swarming. The voters clearly want Donald Trump as the president, and he has united groups on both left and right toward this end. The perception is that “business as usual” has become corrupt.

If our elites were anything but stumbling incompetents, they would go forth first with an agenda that does not include confirming that fact. But one succeeds in liberal democracy by being a salesperson, which demands a quasi-aggression that involves never considering anything but your own needs. And the GOP Establishment is acting by its needs.

Those who are currently in power in “conservative” politics know that a usurpation is coming. If Donald Trump wins, he proves not only that they were wrong, but that they were not trying for a good outcome. This implies that our current GOP Establishment has no intention of achieving conservative results, but wants to play-act at being conservative so that the money keeps rolling in.

Being a controlled opposition party pays well, it turns out. Politicians can make money by consulting or giving speeches; lobbyists, lawyers, consultants and all the staffs do well also. This is the difference between seeing politics as goal-oriented, and seeing it as a job or career. The GOP Establishment elites are careerists, and that involves working within the system and getting along with everyone more than getting anything done.

If Trump gets elected, the risk is not that he will fire them; it is that all of us will have been shown, clearly and dramatically, that we are getting nothing for our donations and votes to the GOP. Voters will demand replacement of anyone who has prospered in this system.

The GOP Establishment is going to block Donald Trump and in doing so, will make him more powerful than ever before.

They are the gatekeepers, and they will find ways to keep him out. There are thousands of rules, laws and regulations which could conceivably either frustrate his nomination, invalidate his election or form a lawsuit which could sabotage the campaign. They will use something clever, not something smart.

In doing so, the idiot elites will prove what Trump was saying all along: the GOP does not want to win; it wants to stay employed.

The next step from this, fortunately, will be the removal of all GOP elected leaders as their voters sleep in on voting day, and in the resulting liberal turmoil, massive discontent with liberal democracy itself.

For the first time, our people may see the actual problem instead of the proxy, the cause instead of the effect, and act on it. Not all of them — of a hundred people, one can understand the issues required. But people fortunately act with a herd instinct, and when the sheep walking point sniffs a wolf, they all panic together.

It will be delicious.

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9 Responses to “How They Will Stump The Trump, And Make Him Victorious”

  1. Jpw says:

    Amen!’ This is why I keep calling these cucksuckers Pharisees. Regardless of how ludicrous Trump =Jeebus sounds, The GOP inc. = Pharisees holds water.

    • This article was designed as backstory for an upcoming J.P. Wilkinson article. But I like that use of the term “Pharisee.” I suggest we also revitalize the term “sophist.”

  2. Paul Warkin says:

    The good news is that the GOP’s slimy stumping attempts are so transparent–from stuffing debate audiences with people who boo anything he says, to enlisting Romney to give a speech that’s recycled John Oliver–that more than just 1 in 100 can notice them.

  3. Scott says:

    The same people who miraculously keep the bankrupt global economy floating might have little incentive to keep it afloat if President Trump actually started making America great again.

  4. Cynical Optimist says:

    Just playing devil’s advocate…if Trump is a popular favorite, and the crowd is usually wrong, how can we be sure that Trump is a good choice? Is it the old “a broken clock is right twice a day”?

    Separate from that…I’m a huge Trump fan myself, but I do worry that he may shift left for the general election and thereafter. Anyone else have this fear? What keeps this in check, though, is that I think Trump’s narcissism works in his favor here: he really thinks he can get Amerika back on track, and would rather be recognized as the guy who does that, than further beef up his pockets.

    • crow says:

      It’s always best not to be intellectual about it and try to second-guess yourself.
      If you like Trump, then you like him.
      He appeals in a way that nobody else has appealed within living memory. You can’t help but notice it.

      He’s actually not the narcissist so many people claim him to be. They don’t know what he is, so they substitute what he most looks like, to them, which is a brash, boastful, conceited narcissist. Whereas what he actually is, is confident, comfortable with himself, self-assured, and guileless. Exactly the qualities a genuine leader would have.

      Everybody, when you stop to consider it, is an unknown quantity. You can’t know ahead of time. What it comes down to, for his millions of supporters, is an intuitive attraction.

      Certainly, intellectualizing what Trump is, or what he stands for, isn’t going to provide accurate results.

  5. Missy says:

    I was really impressed with Florida voters who chose Trump in the primaries despite 18 million spent in ads on taking down Trump and even better, Trump won by a wide margin over establishment Rubio. This might be a new era of people who can’t be fooled by advertisements and slanted media.

    • crow says:

      It’s a start.
      Now all the West needs to do is stop wasting the enormous amounts of resources it so easily does, non-returns.
      It would be pleasant, indeed, to live in a world where there was no advertising. Especially the utterly negative kind you see in elections.

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