posted on Nov, 27 2018 @ 12:19 AM
I actually view the election of Trump by the democratic voter as a reaction against authoritarianism -- as odd as that sounds. But think about. Why
did Trump even win the GOP nomination? Because the Hillary and the DNC conspired with elements of the media and intelligentsia to promote Trump as a
pied piper candidate to disrupt the GOP primaries and leverage an unlikable candidate in Hillary against a candidate they thought was the only person
more unlikable that her. It was a fix. Something you would expect to see in third world authoritarian countries.
Only problem was people got wise to it because of the DNC leaks and it backfired. Voting for Trump was a rejection of the same old manipulation and
corruption that has soiled this country to its core. I'm not going to sit here and pretend that Trump is the opposite of Hillary, because he isn't. In
fact, I view him as very much the same. I consider Trump to be a Clinton-Democrat masquerading as a social conservative. How anyone could confuse
Trump as a social conservative is mind boggling to me, but he has somehow convinced both the left and right of this. However, the key difference in
Trump winning instead of Hillary is that we now are forced to confront these ills. Had Hillary won, she would go largely unchecked except for the
usual proselytizing to the pulpit on right-wing radio or Fox News. She would have gotten away with murder (maybe even literally) while Trump is facing
opposition from all fronts - even in his own supposed party - except a few transparent sycophants that are too myopic to play the long game and
realize they are committing career suicide.
We are confronting more issues as a people now that any time in the past simply because Trump won the presidency. That is why all these other
ideologues despise Trump. Not because he is the opposite of them, but because he is very much the same and he doesn't hide it. He wears it on his
sleeve. The only difference between Trump and his predecessor, Obama, is that he is a turd and Obama was a polished turd. This is why people are
confused when they hear that all these horrible things happening at the border that they want to pin on Trump - because he is the representational
boogeyman - were also carried out by their beloved hero Barack Obama. How do they reconcile this? By ignoring it, of course.
I know people like to live in denial of these facts, but it is all there in the DNC leaks in plain sight for all to read. Everyone just shies away
from it now because of the RUSSIAN! collision narrative. A narrative spun no less than by the very same members of the media that were complicit in
the Trump scheme in the first place. The whole charade is so laughably inane and so many NPCs just go along with it because of some devout
religious-like belief like they'll somehow be rewarded with 72 virgins in the end or something.
Bottomline, Trump is a lesson that we are failing to learn. A lesson that teaches us that this is what happens when you become too ideological and too
corrupt in your thinking that you'll excuse the most heinous acts simply because it is your own side that is committing them and it means the other
side won't win. It is a lack of understanding that how you do things is equally as important as the why. There is causality and a ripple effect on the
other end of the spectrum. That is how we ended up here. That is why goddamn Donald Trump is president. And the left only has a short amount of time
to reject the new dominant authoritarian mindset that has taken their politics hostage and lend their support instead to the now ostracized
free-thinker just center of left that understands politics is about finding the common ground that is best for everyone and not just hammering in your
ideology because you think you know what is best for everyone. That is quite literally how Trump thinks. And the new left has transmogrified into a
mirror in mirror image of Trump.
edit on 27-11-2018 by sooth because: (no reason given)