Thursday, October 13, 2016

Barack Obama's right.

Barack Obama's right. The lesson of this campaign isn't that Dems were too mean to pre-Trump Republicans—it's that they were right all along about Republicans.

Other Republicans would be non-apocalyptic presidents, but they all tried to appeal to the Tea Partiers, Birthers, Trumpers, et al. Marco Rubio, a man with no views other than that he ought to be president, and his ilk incessantly said that the first black president was intentionally harming the country to try to win these psychos' hearts.

Meanwhile, Donald J. Trump for President's speech used rhetoric straight from the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" accusing Hillary Clinton of meeting "in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U.S. sovereignty in order to enrich these global financial powers," along with a warning that the election could be "stolen" by people "in certain areas…you know what I'm talking about."

He's priming his supporters to believe the election was stolen from them by a cabal of Jews, blacks, bankers, and media. The inevitable conclusion is that normal democratic institutions no longer serve them. This stuff is way more dangerous in defeat than it is in victory. Things have taken a far more serious & dark turn from 18 hours ago when Trump was going to try to turn Bill Clinton into Bill Cosby.

How is Littlefinger described in Game of Thrones season 1? He would see this country burn if he could be king of the ashes.

1 comment:

  1. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton continues to put out serious policy proposals, demonstrating probably the best argument to vote for her.