posted on Apr, 6 2019 @ 10:18 AM
Look, as a once optimistic Democrat back in the day and as a Bernie supporter in 2016 that ended up voting for Gary Johnson, all I can say is this;
We go through this world in our own little bubbles and we see the world to be the way we perceive it to be. So when suddenly you realize that so many
other people out there are living in a completely different reality - due to the way they look at and perceive the world around them - you kind of get
worried. Did I miss something? Wait, what does this mean? I had no idea there were so many angry and possibly racist people out there, and on and on.
As painful as it is, I like the way Trump goes around and pulls the curtain back on every scene or bubble out there.
He is the ultimate conspiracy theorist / promoter out there. He's right up there with George Carlin, in my opinion.
He just provokes and provokes and makes you question - everything and everyone and every "story".
I just can't tell if this is natural and a total fluke or if this another black-op 60's type awakening psyop designed to make us "believe trump was an
accident and a true rebel"
Back to the topic - when Trump pulls the curtain back to expose all of the bubbles and scenes, it's taken as an act of hostility by the masses of
sheep who are all asleep in their own bubble worlds.
They become angry and deranged as the matrix is revealed to them, over and over.
It's like when you try to talk to the average person who is most likely asleep in their bubble, and most likely they have been asleep since their
early indoctrination into whatever bubble it is, when you try to tell them:
JFK was killed by the US gov
The moon landing was a hoax
Vietnam was started with a false flag
9/11 was an inside job in joint effort with mossad
Trump, an outsider that is not asleep and programed into the matrix, becomes president of the USA
The first step hopefully towards total enlightenment.