He makes quite a few strong arguments, which I’ve touched on in this book review. For him President Donald Trump epitomizes a world-wide conservative, nationalist, religious, and traditionalist blowback against the bashaws and mandarins of secular globalism.
There must be, has to be, millions and millions of people who’ve had it up to here with political correctness, open borders, lousy trade deals, and ruling class arrogance–who are mad as hell and not going to take it anymore.
But first we have to overcome the existential threat posed by mail-in voter fraud…
It gives me pleasure to recall that I was predicting, in June of that year, and in print for everyone to see, that Donald Trump would be our next president. But really, those eight Obama years were a downer for normal people and it was easy to get depressed.
We pray the Lord our God will again intervene to save this country: not for our sake, because we are sinners and have not yet come to terms with that, but for His own great name’s sake: so that all the world can see, Lord, what you do, and that the world might know that you are God. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
This whole technique of “divide and rule,” setting people at each other’s throats, is what keeps the Democrat Party in business. As long as whole groups of citizens hate and fear each other, the Party is alive and well.
Please remember this: They don’t care what happens to our country, as long as they come out on top.
Unable to imagine how their idol, Hillary Clinton, could have lost the 2016 presidential election to hated-by-all-the-smart-people Donald Trump, a couple of professors at New York University, in 2017, staged a creative experiment (https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=8889).
To test their theory that Hillary only lost because hateful stupid American voters were prejudiced against a woman, the profs re-enacted the presidential debate as close to verbatim as possible, down to facial expressions and hand gestures–with one difference. In the re-enactment, Donald Trump is a woman and Hillary Clinton is a man.
Imagine their horror when the audience found Hillary even more revolting as a man–downright “punchable,” one woman said–and Trump even more likeable as a woman.
So much for their theory. See? There is such a thing as a dumb political scientist.
I only refer back to this weird incident because I and several other observers think there’s a good chance Hillary will again be the Democrats’ presidential candidate.
She has not gotten more likeable since 2016. Let’s hope she takes the whole evil party down in flames with her.
I first said several months ago that Hillary Clinton was going to run for president again, and since then, a lot of commentators have joined me in that opinion. Remember what a great run she made of it last time?
(Yeah, Hillary–go on, do it! This time it’ll work! This time the Deep State will see to it that you win! Last time was just a fluke. Go on, do it!)
As many times as it takes to drive the Democrat Party into the ground for good, that’s how many times I hope she runs.
But I don’t want anybody getting so overconfident in 2020 that they stay home, or vote for a third-party candidate, or do anything that could possibly be construed as helping the Democrats get their dirty hands back around our country’s neck. ‘Cause this time they won’t let go.
I mean, come on–what are “values”? The word takes us another step away from good vs. evil, right vs. wrong. After all, everybody has his own “values.” You don’t have to wait long before the term becomes meaningless.
You won’t find “New York values” in the Bible–or anybody else’s “values,” either. We are to seek what God values.
“Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord? or who shall stand in his holy place? He that hath clean hands, and a pure heart: who hath not lifted his soul unto vanity, nor sworn deceitfully” (Ps. 24:3-4).
Next year we’ll have another chance to ruin our republic by electing some other far-out Democrat wacko. Our nooze media, Big Tech, Hollywood, and all the rest of them will do their damnedest to make sure it happens.