The Council of Foreign Relations Declares War on Donald Trump. Let the Games Begin
Politics: When the Council of Foreign Relations declares war on an individual, history shows (e.g. JFK, RFK, MLK, et al) have a short shelf-life.
This story by The Daily Sheeple follows quite nicely from my previous post, There is an insurrection coming. It appears that the whole political scene in America has become unglued. The political games have become insulting, boring and predictable. The political machine has descended into dysfunction and chaos.
For the first time in history, the American public is becoming aware of the truth. Truths that were once hidden, are there for all to see. Chaos being what it is will always shine a light on the truth. Americans do not like what they are seeing.
Say what you want about Donald Trump. The fact is people are voting for him. In a Democracy like America that should mean something. It is a wake up call for everyone.
The Daily Sheeple
…the Republican nomination could be all but over. Donald Trump has already won three of the first four contests. On March 1st, Super Tuesday, 12 more states will vote. Mr Trump has a polling lead in all but three of them. Were these polls to translate into results, as they have so far, Mr Trump would not quite be unbeatable. It would still be possible for another candidate to win enough delegates to overtake him. But that would require the front-runner to have a late, spectacular electoral collapse of a kind that has not been seen before. Right now the Republican nomination is his to lose…
With the statement the CFR alarm was sounded. But there is more…
When pollsters ask voters to choose in a face-off between Mr Trump and Hillary Clinton, the Democratic front-runner wins by less than three percentage points. Mr Trump would have plenty of time to try to close that gap. An economy that falls back into recession or an indictment for Mrs Clinton might do it for him.
That is an appalling prospect. The things Mr Trump has said in this campaign make him unworthy of leading one of the world’s great political parties, let alone America. One way to judge politicians is by whether they appeal to our better natures: Mr Trump has prospered by inciting hatred and violence. He is so unpredictable that the thought of him anywhere near high office is terrifying. He must be stopped (Editor’s Note: Stopped at all costs?).
This last statement is a declaration of war by the self-appointed elite in this country and this is so reminiscent of what happened to Bobby Kennedy.
When one is losing an argument, they resort to name-calling and that is what we see here where the power-brokers are so desperate that they resort to infantile name calling, taking quotes of out of context and engaging in the worst type of yellow journalism. There’s more…
…hinted that Antonin Scalia, a Supreme Court justice, was murdered (Editor’s Note: He was murdered); proposed banning all Muslims from visiting America (Editor’s Note: Trump stated that all immigrants should be screened, a sentiment embraced by most Americans with common sense).
Read the full story on The Daily Sheeple