Following Trump’s announced candidacy for reelection, undemocratic Dem Rep. David Cicilline falsely claimed the following:
He “forfeited his right to ever hold federal office again for leading an insurrection against the US (sic).”
Neither Trump or his supporters had anything to do with storming of Capitol Hill on January 6, 2021 — what Dems planned, orchestrated and directed to further discredit him illegitimately.
Their December 2019 and January 2021 impeachment charges had no constitutional or US statute law validity.
There’s plenty of wrongdoing to hold him accountable for — clearly not what happened on Capitol Hill nearly two years ago.
In 2020, he won the race for the White House.
The fake Biden lost.
Yet DJT returned to private life.
The other guy resides in the White House — illegitimately by the mother of all US Big Steals.
In an open, free and fair process — what’s virtually banned in the US — Trump or another Republican would likely trounce the fake Biden or another Dem with hard times getting harder, high inflation and perpetual war on Russia.
Attempts by Dems to bar Trump from seeking reelection show desperation at time when pocketbook issues matter most to three-fourths of US registered voters.
In cahoots with undemocratic
Dems, MSM are at war on Trump for invented reasons, largely ignoring legitimate ones.
Entirely ignoring the debauched US political system — what’s too deeply corrupted to fix.
According to NYT editors, “America deserves better than Donald Trump.”
Americans deserve democracy as it should be, not a fantasy version in place throughout US history.
They deserve governance of, by and for everyone equitably, according to the rule of law.
They deserve what’s virtually banned in a one-party state with two right wings — the war party, waging it perpetually on humanity at home and worldwide.
Neither wing warrants public support.
Virtually everything the Times claims about Trump applies across the board to the US political class.
They lie, cheat and wage perpetual wars at the expense of the general welfare and rule of law.
With rare exceptions, they’re all unfit for public office.
Operating as a virtual press agent for undemocratic Dems, the Times (and most other MSM) have been at war on Trump since first declaring his candidacy for president on June 16, 2015.
And this Times trash:
Trump “should have been convicted by the Senate in 2019 for abusing his power (sic) and in 2021 for inciting an insurrection (sic)” — even though charges against him were fabricated.
More Times trash:
“If he is still in the race when the first votes are cast in 2024, the election will once again be a referendum on American democracy (sic).”
What’s virtually banned, a fantasy version alone is tolerated.
Even that’s too much for the Times — wanting electoral count legislation enacted to make it harder to challenge rigged results.
Voters on Nov. 8 didn’t reject 2020 election deniers.
The Big Steal prevented them from winning fair and square.
Power brokers undermined what the Times called “the integrity of the (US) political process” since at least the early 19th century.
Today it’s with electronic ease, 11th hour ballot dumps and mail-ins for candidate A handed to candidate B.
The late George Carlin once said the following:
“Forget the politicians.”
They “give you the idea that you have freedom of choice.”
“You don’t. You have no choice.”
“You have owners. They own you. They own everything.”
“They own all the important land.”
“They own and control the corporations.”
“They’ve long since bought and paid for the Senate, the Congress, the state houses, the city halls.”
“They got the judges in their back pockets, and they own all the big media companies, so they control just about all of the news and information you get to hear.”
“They got you by the” you know what.
“They spend billions of dollars every year lobbying. Lobbying to get what they want.”
“(W)e know what they want.”
“They want more for themselves and less for everybody else, but I’ll tell you what they don’t want.”
“They don’t want a population of citizens capable of critical thinking.”
“They don’t want well-informed, well-educated people capable of critical thinking.”
“They’re not interested in that. That doesn’t help them. That’s against their interests. That’s right.”
“Americans really show their ignorance when they say they want their politicians to be honest.”
“If honesty was suddenly introduced into American life, the whole system would collapse!”
Carlin’s first rule — believe nothing politicians say.
“The government doesn’t care about you, or your children, or your rights, or your welfare, or your safety” — just power, as much as pols can grab.
“On Election Day, I stay home (because) voting is meaningless.”
“The US was bought and paid for a long time ago.”
And (i)t’s called the American Dream, ’cause you have to be asleep to believe it.”
A Final Comment
The Times and most other MSM believe that debauched governance only applies to Trump and MAGA supporters.
It’s deep-seated throughout the federal, state and local levels.
There’s nothing remotely democratic about undemocratic Dems.
And the same reality applies to Republicans.
They’re two sides of the same coin on issues mattering most – differences between them largely rhetorical.
The self-styled indispensable state reflects hypocrisy, not democracy.
Whenever so-called elections are held, dirty business as usual always wins — at the expense of the public interest, what both wings of the one-party state don’t give a damn about.
And one more thing.
Republicans gained House control by a slim margin.
Will it make a difference?
Not enough to matter, except perhaps for holding the fake Biden’s feet to the fire for political gain ahead of 2024 elections.
For ordinary Americans, it matters little which wing of the war party runs things.
They’re ill-served either way.