Any assessment of the “Never Trump” cabal produces some inescapable conclusions. The War Party is emphatically in control of the military-surveillance complex, the Deep State is thoroughly entrenched and manipulates the techno/bureaucracy, and the Shadow Government runs the levers of real and underlying government institutions. The Trump election was a reflection of a populist movement. As the condemnation of the President carries on ceaselessly from a coordinated media script, the uninformed often conclude that all the ills of his administration are a direct result of the man himself.
Whatever one thinks of Donald Trump, the significance of his presidency needs to be viewed within the context of a populist frustration among the voters who cast their ballot for a fundamental change in the direction of government and a draining of the D.C. swamp. Dispense any fictional distinctions between Democrats and Republicans. The only valid designation that has a meaningful difference is that of factions who are proponents of centralized federal authority with totalitarian powers and those who view the current system as a syndicate of careerist criminals.
It should be obvious that the promises that Trump made of purging of the elitist power structure that the middle class flyover country desires has been opposed at every turn on a daily basis. President Trump has allowed himself to be compromised by bringing into his cabinet and advisors a nefarious gang of establishment loyalists. Trump is failing by working with the kakistocracy. Those experienced globalists are the true gangsters.
Look no further than to the sociopaths at the State Department and the militarists over at the Pentagon for the latest illegal bombing strike on Syria. Sadly, Trump announced that he would bring the troops home from Syria, then suddenly the deranged John Bolton appears on the scene and the world is pushed one closer step to nuclear conflict.
Believing the warmongering propaganda is symptomatic of the cultural ignorance that herds the sheeple into their pens of slaughter. Even where Trump wanders off from the policies he promised to his base, the well-embedded racketeers are eminently capable of removing from the access of influence anyone who dares expound a genuine populist philosophy.
The announcement that Speaker Paul Ryan will step down is long overdue. He embodies all that is perverse in the GOP. Mr. “Open Borders” Corporatist is just as bad as his former running mate John McCain. The recent retirement announcements of so many congressmen is welcome since the longer the length in office the higher the degree of subservience to the deep state.
The prospects of President Trump avoiding an impeachment after the 2018 federal elections seem to be dropping with every new fabricated accusation or phony scandal. The attitude among Republican Senators is strikingly disconcerting. Their true colors as quislings, especially exemplified by Mitch McConnell, indicate he is not much different from a Harry Reid or a Chuck Schumer.
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