a reply to: FauxMulder
It has nothing to do with the fact that Donald Trump is big-mouthed clown who can't stop saying stupid, contradictory things, lying, patting himself
on the back, talking about the election, saying flattering things about tyrants and is ineptly running a s#show of an administration chock full of
assholes whose only qualifications are loyalty to "The Donald" despite the fact that they leak constantly?
Couldn't have anything to do with the Russian hacking, Flynn lying, the right hand American bitchboy of Putin's former Ukranian proxy being campaign
manager, the foreign policy advisor who is known to have been the target of SVR recruitment, taking a trip to Moscow mid-campaign to heap praise on
the Kremlin and reportedly meet with sanctioned officials.
And it surely has nothing to do with Flynn lying repeatedly about his communications with Kislyak, his Kremlin-paid RT speaking engagement where he
was seated with Putin (for propaganda purposes surely) or his failure to register as a foreign agent while in fact taking large sums of money from the
Turkish government through a business front?
It couldn't have anything to do with the incomprehensible reluctance to can Flynn even though Trump knew for weeks that Flynn lied to the
administration, causing the Vice President to lie to the American people.
I could go on? How about the Nunes shenanigans. How about firing Comey and telling Lester Holt that he was thinking about the investigation he wanted
killed when he did it?
It's not that Donald Trump is an "outsider" — he's no "peasant" to reference another poster — he's the corrupt, privately educated son of a
corrupt, government subsidized slumlord father who was also born wealthy, the son of a man who made his fortune in restaurants servicing gold rush
miners. Hell, he even shares great-great-grandparents IIRC with the founder of Heinz. He may not have held any elected offices but he's been dumping
money into politics, rubbing elbows with politicians, bribing politicians, moving in the same circles as politicians, since before I was even born.
He's a billionaire rich boy Wharton school graduate, politician bribing, outsider who just happend to call Bill Clinton two weeks before he announced
his campaign for President? Do lots of outsiders call Bill Clinton for advice?
Come on, you're way too smart for this. You're fooling yourself because you want to believe. Donald Trump is not an outsider. He's an insider that
also happens to be a douche bag with a big mouth and a lot of friends who have Kremlin connections. He's not the blue collar messiah you want him to
be. Hell, "drain the swamp" was a slogan somebody else came up with and told him to say.
He needs to stop yammering and act presidential. Focus on doing the work of the people and let the investigation take its course. I will add one last
thing. Based on his awkward comment today about only being able to speak for himself, I have to wonder if that isn't suggestive of a fear of Trump's
that one or more of his associates was in fact colluding with Russia without his knowledge?
edit on 2017-5-18 by theantediluvian because: (no