Author: Nathan ‘Jolly’ Green | Date: 15 February 2020
The presidency of Donald Trump began at noon EST on January 20, 2017, when Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States, succeeding Barack Obama. A Republican, Trump was a businessman and reality television personality from New York City at the time of his 2016 presidential election victory over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. While Trump lost the popular vote by nearly three million votes, he won the Electoral College vote, 304 to 227, in a presidential contest, that American intelligence agencies concluded was targeted by a Russian interference campaign.
The cards were stacked against Trump at a very early stage because of the messages he gave about his proposed style of governance. Before and early into his presidency, Trump developed a highly contentious relationship with the news media, repeatedly referring to them as the "fake news media" and "the enemy of the people." In doing so, he so grossly alienated them until they sought to destroy him through the power they wielded in newspapers, television, and the internet media. Trump also attacked the security agencies, the CIA, and the FBI, which saw within their ranks conspiracies to frustrate him being elected and after the election to try and influence him being impeached. He pre-warned the Democrat politicians that he was going to change the way things were going to be done under his rule and announcing that the country would be run like a business or a corporation. As a businessman, he, unfortunately, lacked one primary ability, that in everything he said and pre-warned of doing required diplomacy, he just didn't know how to be diplomatic in his presentations. He was especially critical of past Democratic presidents and their policies. Hence he prebuilt a hatred against him that far exceeded anything ever experienced in politics before. He frightened the lazy and corrupt establishment, and instead of trying to convert people to his way of thinking, he openly made them enemies.
If Trump didn't use Twitter and be so brash and bullish in his views, some of which are outrageous and outlandish, he would probably be the best thing that ever happened to America.
The Russian conspiracy and the recent impeachment charges were being built long before he was elected; they looked for any excuse and an opportunity to impeach him.
So much so, that Democratic senators caused damage to the U.S. at home and abroad, and neglected their constituents and government business while devoting much of their time in searching for and eventually inventing impeachment charges. When Trump was investigating Joe Biden and his son via his attorney Giuliani, he was undoubtedly right to do so. There was much evidence that something corrupt had taken place by the Bidens that it was correct to do so. If the investigation meant it affected the electability of Joe Biden, so be it; perhaps that was only a byproduct in a massive hidden corruption scandal. Did Trump try and use a government grant to lean on the government of Ukraine, maybe, but the Ukrainian President said not. Even if he did, if that led to the exposing of the Biden involvement in corruption, there was nothing wrong with that.
Worse than that is the looming danger of the takeover of the USA by the communist left wing at the next election. The country is in great danger from such people as Bernie Sanders. Before he achieved political office, Bernie Sanders never had a steady paycheck in the first four decades of his life. Like Karl Marx, he has never successfully done a proper day's work in his life other than being engrossingly involved in ultra leftwing politics. His family managed to send him to the University of Chicago. Despite a prestigious degree, however, Sanders failed to earn a living, even as an adult. It took him 40 years to collect his first steady paycheck — and it was a government check. "I never had any money my entire life," Sanders told Vermont public T.V. in 1985, after settling into his first real job as mayor of Burlington.
Sanders spent most of his life as an angry leftwing radical and agitator who never accomplished much of anything. And yet now he thinks he deserves the power to run your life and your finances — "We will raise taxes," he confirmed, "Yes, we will."
The danger of people like Sanders is a global problem. Such people as Castro's of Cuba. Chavez and Maduro of Venezuela and some copycat politicians like Ralph Gonsalves from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. They all start with what appears as good intentions. Getting elected on promises of healthcare reform, education reform, law reform, housing reform for the low paid, and the promise of taking from the rich and giving to the poor. The problem is what appear to be good intentions rapidly turn into nightmares for the people as their leadership suddenly become fat and rich.
In contrast, people get more impoverished and more miserable, and it happens every time without fail. Just take a look into the past USSR, Cuba, and Venezuela to see the problems created out of communism. The likes of Bernie Sanders always want to be labeled as socialists while they are rank communists. They simply drop the communist label because that makes them unelectable, so apply the term socialist. Once in power, they all seek to change the constitution so as they can stay in control forever.
Whatever we think of Donald Trump, he has achieved more than any president before him, beaten all records with share prices, numbers of people in work, just about every aspect of the economy has enjoyed an upturn under his administration. As best could be done, he has achieved most of the things he promised pre-election, despite the Democrat's continual attempts to frustrate and sabotage everything he says and does. Hoping to wreck all his policies, to make him look like a fool and a failure
The impeachment, just like the Russian nonsense, turned out to be a concoction of conspiratory accusations and invented situations, invented and presented as truth in an attempt to fit-up or frame the President. The kind of things that police sometimes do in films about crooked police, but on this occasion in real life by corrupt politicians. There was a conspiracy that included politicians, the CIA, and the FBI, even members of the military. Was this an attempt to fit-up Trump by the Republican Party? You have to say Party because it was conspired by the leadership and fed to the people as fact, then fully supported by the whole Party.
Everyone went along with it; even I a non-American had several arguments with Americans who told me why they hated Trump. They told me stories which were just that, stories. When I asked them what evidence they had to be able to make such proclamations, they were lost for credible answers. Most remember business deals Trump or his corporations did in the past, and some of the bankruptcies some of his corporations went through. Still, many businessmen have such happenings; it's often part of entrepreneurship, as they shrug it off as ‘win some, ’lose some.’
I think dirty political tactics were hoisted improperly on Trump over such a long period and with such a continual barrage that people believed all the stories about him. Perhaps even people like Pelosi and Schiff actually came to believe it was all true themselves.
Like Berni Sanders Pelosi is a communist. The hard truth about Nancy Pelosi, currently the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives. She is a communist subversive, and it rightly or wrongly appears that her long term ambition is the destruction of the Constitutional Republic. The Democrats have been captured by far-left progressive activists and are today an unconstitutional force actively seeking to destroy the U.S. Republic. The Republicans are meant to oppose the Democrats, and sure as hell should be doing something to weed out subversives like Pelosi and stop them, but apparently, they're powerless.
Pelosi should have been disbarred from entering the U.S. House of Representatives because she holds an executive position in the Progressive Caucus, a subset of the Democratic Socialists of America, which is the U.S. branch of Socialist International.
Socialist International carries the torch for Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, Vladimir Lenin, Leon Trotsky, and Josef Stalin. Pay no attention to the desperate attempts by socialists to distance themselves from Stalin. Suffice to say every single tenet of Socialist International is the exact opposite of the principles upon which America was founded, and which define the U.S. Constitution.
In 2018 the 'Investment Watch' Blog described Adam Schiff is a bug-eyed Communist. "Keep in mind when he made this statement that he wanted the House Intel Majority to vote to share with the whole House, his own little personal 10-page memo that he did not even allow them to read. You have to vote on it before you can see it."
When I put 'Adam Schiff communism' in my search engine, I was appalled by what I found and decided not to write more about him. It would in itself take volumes. So take the opportunity to look for yourselves.
Bernie Saunders is perhaps worse than Pelosi because his disguise is being hidden in clear view. In 1991 he invented, founded, and established the Progressive Caucus. The political philosophy is known as Socialism, a cause the Progressive Caucus vigorously pursues, was devised to combat and prevail over Anglo-American principles, law, and economics. Every version of Socialism, from Nazism and Bolshevism to the mildest form of Social Democracy, is fundamentally opposed to Anglo-American attitudes and the U.S. Constitutional Republic. A man in the mold of Karl Marx, never done a real days work in his life.
The bottom line is the Progressive Caucus is an organized, well-funded group of communists, and after existing for 35 years, they today own the Democrat Party. Pelosi is a Communist. Bernie Sanders is a Communist. They cloak themselves as "socialists," and the weak Republicans are complicit in this deception.
Only the toughest of the tough could have survived what President Donald Trump was subjected to. He has survived; let's just hope if re-elected he can just stop posting on Twitter, it's so low class, crass, and unbecoming of a president of anywhere, most of all the United States of America.