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Thursday, December 05, 2019


As we move toward the new year—and a presidential election year to boot—there's much talk within the main stream media about a "divided country." In what has to be an epic example of chutzpa, the media and their Democrat masters would have us believe that Donald Trump is the sole cause of these divisions. And in a way, they're right. After all, Trump won an upset victory against Hillary Clinton (and the Left) in 2016, and the Dems and their trained hamsters in the media have never been been able to get past it. Trump's bombastic style, along with his precedent-setting inclination to punch back when he is attacked, have created an incurable case of Trump Derangement Syndrome that has infected the four constituencies who have wanted him removed from office since January, 2016.

The latest impeachment circus is simply another example of the deranged behavior that began after Trump's election. It began with the "Russian collusion" hoax, spilled into the "obstruction" narrative, then flowed into the despicable behavior (and lies) exhibited during the Kavanaugh hearings, and now exists in the form of Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler and company. The Dems seem to think that these attacked on an elected president and their outright refusal to accept the results of an election or accept that there are those who disagree with their ideology, would somehow erode support for Trump. What they have accomplished over 3-plus years is to stoke anger—throughout their base, to be sure, but also among a much larger group of citizens who despise the Dems' actions. Sarah Hoyt addresses Democrats and the media when she writes:
There is an anger in the land I don’t think you’re even vaguely aware of. I’m not — not even close — the most hot tempered on our side. And I was a very reluctant Trump voter. But watching your sham-wow-impeachment (It’s Russia, it’s Ukraine, it’s taxes, it’s mean tweets against the squad, it’s the fact that orange man bad), your attempt to reverse elections you don’t like, and silence people who don’t agree with you, has me spitting mad, furious, not even sure what to do with all this anger. And I’m not alone. You have no idea of the anger stalking this land. (And if you say “you sound angry” guess what “Damn skippy. You have no idea how angry.” The only ones not angry aren’t paying attention.)
Hoyt uses the Jeffrey Epstein case as metaphor for just how stupid the political and media elites think the people are. Their "He committed suicide ..." narrative followed by "Nothing to see here, move along ..." followed by their recent obsessive focus on Prince Andrew while an ex-President of the United States was documented to have flown on Epstein's Lolita Express 26 times using it a lot like an Uber to Epstein's properties is ... well .. insulting. They expect us to accept all of this and shut up. Instead, we get angrier and angrier about the Epstein cover-up, and yeah, about the Trump witch hunt as well.

Whether it's the growing #Walkway movement among Dems who may not like Trump, but are embarrassed at the behavior of their leadership over the past 3 years, or the #Blexit movement that has seen African American support for Trump increase rather substantially over the same time period, or that many Latinos (should I append an "x" instead of an "o" be PC?) support Trump despite (or maybe because of) his positions on illegal immigrants, the Dems refuse to look or listen or learn.

But ... but ... but ... the polls, counter the hamsters. Hoyt responds:
I hope you boys and girls are telling the polls what they want to hear. (Bats eyelashes) “Why Mr. Poll taker, I can’t wait to vote Trump out of office. I’m all for Biden/Warren/Harris/Mayor Pete/ Bernie Sanders [gargles with mouth wash, followed by sheep dip]/Tulsi/Bloomberg/the rest of the clown car.” That is a form of (real, not their imagined bullshit) resistance, because you’re messing with their knowledge of how many votes to manufacture. We must beat the margin of fraud. And we know they’re going to fraud like nobody’s business.
So for the rest of us—"deplorables," many independents, and most of the GOP—the anger is there ... seething below the surface. Unlike the activist Left who express their faux-outrage at the drop of a proper pronoun, the outrage among the rest of us will remain hidden ... until November, 2020. Then ... it will surface.