ELDER PATRIOT – As of January 2014 the average cost of a home in the United States was $188,900. The first thing most homeowners generally do after buying a home is to change the locks to improve their security against intruders. By comparison every American taxpayer is now in debt to the federal government for $235,294 yet the establishment of both political parties insist on having no locks, no doors, and no walls on our larger home – our country.
Our Founding Fathers provided a country that the people owned and that only had citizen leaders who each served for a term or two. They would be turning over in their graves if they saw how the current crop of professional career politicians, influenced by K Street lobbyists, crony capitalists, and the Globalists at the United Nations, had stolen control of the country from the people.
Now an outsider with enough money to fund his campaign without the need for any financial support from those seeking to buy influence has come forward reminding people that it is indeed their country and that they have every right to be secure in it.
This doesn’t sit well with the billionaires, the international bankers, or the CEO’s of the world’s mega-corporations that comprise the donor base of both political parties. These donors want Trump out because he threatens their globalist plans and they have began an all-out assault using their vast mainstream media network to try to accomplish it.
The Washington Post – “Nothing in modern politics equates with the kind of rhetoric now coming from Candidate Trump. There are no perfect analogies. One must scroll back decades for echoes, however imperfect, of what he is saying, from the populist and racially based appeals of then-Alabama Gov. George Wallace in 1968 and 1972 to the anti-Semitic diatribes of the radio preacher Charles Coughlin during the 1930s.”
Of course, Democratic President Franklin Roosevelt’s order to inter all Japanese-American citizens, during the time of another cultural war, was never mentioned by the Washington Post. It doesn’t fit the narrative of their masters.
The New York Times – “Repudiation of Mr. Trump’s remarks was swift and severe among religious groups and politicians from both parties. Mr. Trump is “unhinged,” said one Republican rival, former Gov. Jeb Bush of Florida, while another, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, called the ban “offensive and outlandish.” Hillary Clinton said the idea was “reprehensible, prejudiced and divisive.” Organizations representing Jews, Christians and those of other faiths quickly joined Muslims in denouncing Mr. Trump’s proposal.
“Rooting our nation’s immigration policy in religious bigotry and discrimination will not make America great again,” said Rabbi Jack Moline…”
I can go on but this pretty much sums up the response of the entire Rockefeller Mediacracy and the position of America’s career politicians who seem to prefer dropping bombs on Muslims in the homelands rather than putting a temporary moratorium on allowing them to enter our country. The hypocrisy of this is striking since the Left has long contended that it is our intervention in the Middle East that is driving people to become militant Islamic extremists in the first place.
This attack on Trump will pass with his poll numbers rising as Americans dismiss the baseless and insipid attacks against him. This will not be the last organized mainstream media attack on Trump. Hopefully, the attacks will be limited to the media.
My greatest fear is the hateful rhetoric coming from politicians on both sides of the aisle as well as the mainstream media will encourage someone to commit a violent act against Mr. Trump. Perhaps that is even what the powerbrokers are working towards.