Thursday, October 20, 2016

Birth of a Trump Nation?

Even if the post directly below this is wrong, and I do not think it is, Mike Whitney's article, which begins with a lengthy evisceration of hitlery and her high crimes and misdemeanors, gives hope — Trump Unchained:
    Maybe Trump isn’t really trying to win any more. Maybe he knows he can’t overcome a 12 point deficit this late in the game, so he’s going to pull a Samson. He’s going to shake the pillars and bring the whole rotten temple crashing down around him. He’s going use all his influence to discredit this fake democratic system the elites have painstakingly put together to control the public, he’s going to grow his throng of angry supporters into a small army, and he’s going to spearhead a (mainly) right wing populist movement that is going impose gridlock on Washington, deepen the political divisions, acrimony and polarization across the country, and make Clinton’s tenure as president a living hell.

    That’s the gameplan. He’s going to marshal enough grassroots support that Clinton will spend her entire four years bogged down in endless investigations, fending off charges of criminal misconduct, and leap-frogging from one seedy scandal to the next.

    No, Trump isn’t planning on winning. He doesn’t want to be president. He wants to be a modern-day Braveheart leading the peasants into battle against a thoroughly-corrupt and heinous ruling class establishment. That’s what he wants, and that’s why political has-beens like Gingrich and Giuliani have attached themselves to him like the plague. They see an opening for resurrecting their own dismal careers.

    In any event, Hillary’s going to win the election, that’s for sure. But don’t count Trump out just yet. He’s just getting warmed up.
I had similar thoughts, before the triumphant third debate, based on this speculation — Exclusive: Is Donald Trump's Endgame The Launch of Trump News? Now, we saw what to expect at the debate — Did Trump TV Launch Last Night? I expect a President-elect Trump in three weeks, but if that is not the case, a Trump Nation of dissenters, dissidents, and partisans would not be a defeat.

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