Thursday, 28 November 2019 02:05

Jihad against Trump seems supported by our employees who also don't think much of us

Written by Fred Weinberg
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f the Democrat jihad against President Donald Trump has shown us anything about the so-called Deep State it is that there is a class of professional bureaucrats—so called “experts”—who think they're accountable to…nobody.

 

Certainly not the President.

 

And they think of us as “the American People” in the pejorative.  Not that they work for us.  No, they work for some mythical country in which “the people” don’t get a vote because we’re far too stupid to have any actual say in things like foreign affairs, or military issues or trade or the law.

 

They populate the Departments of State, Justice, Defense and, even the White House itself.

 

And many of these people don’t have the common sense that God gave a goose.

 

That was all on display during the Schiff Show, the last two weeks.  The question you need to answer, now that the arrogance of these people has been fully on display is where do we go from here?

 

There is still some question—not much—as to whether or not Nancy Pelosi is willing to endure the inevitable results of an impeachment.  Assuming she is—or just cannot avoid it—Donald Trump will most likely be re-elected for the same reason he won in the first place.  That is, to drain the swamp of the arrogance exhibited by the so-called deep state.

 

A swamp that the House Democrats put on full display through their patron saint Adam Schiff.

 

And, like the Kremlin, this group of governmental super studs has their own newspaper.  Only, instead of Pravda, theirs is the Washington Post.  With headlines like “Trump’s GOP support hardens despite damning impeachment testimony”.

 

Seriously?

 

Had I written a headline like that DURING WATERGATE, I would have been hustled off to a public relations firm if I wanted to continue my career in the media.  The writers and editors at the Post have become nothing but pimps and pimpettes (call them “presstitutes” like they do in the Phillipines) for the group of deep staters and Democrats I have described above.

 

But, again, they all seem to have forgotten that this is a very large nation with a huge silent majority that has simply had enough.

 

You can take a map of the United States and find the WalMarts where you can “smell the Trump support” West of the Hudson River, South of the Cook County line and East of the Los Angeles County line.  In the last election that produced 63,000,000 votes AFTER NBC leaked a private conversation with Billy Bush which would have certainly disqualified most candidates.

 

How bad a light does that cast the deep state?

 

The fact is that you, I and our neighbors have had enough.  We are tired of being called stupid and not well educated.  We are tired of a world where common sense is derided as “impeachable” by geniuses like Schiff and his little buddy Eric Swalwell.

 

And to put the cherry on top of the sundae, the President saw that the rules of engagement for the wars we are fighting in the Middle East were being used to ruin the lives of service members (but never those with stars on their shoulders) who actually killed the enemy.  We wanted to have a war but make actually killing the enemy illegal.

 

So, he issued two complete pardons and a commutation.

 

Immediately upon those actions, some two star pissant admiral in the Navy told a Navy Seal who had his sentence overturned by the President that he would face a board to remove him from the Seals.

 

That board will convene shortly.  Or not. What do you think will happen?

 

Can you say “military-industrial complex”?  Well President Trump can say “civilian control” and did.  Ask the now former Secretary of the Navy.

 

Want to try and remove him?  As they used to say on a game show—which is what this really is—COME ON DOWN!

 

Indeed. 

 

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Fred Weinberg is a guest columnist and the CEO of USA Radio Network. His views and opinions are his own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of GCN. Fred's weekly column can be read all over the internet. You can subscribe at www.pennypressnv.com. This is an edited version of his column, reprinted with permission. 

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