Now That’s Pimpin’
No Longer Relegated To Just A High Profile John, Donald Is Doing All The Major Pimpin’ Now
In other words Donald Trump has effectively made America his bitch. Sure she can get a little intrusive, unruly, and loud at times, but he has and he will continue to check this bitch. On the world stage she still bad AF and he will definitely, without a doubt show her off, which she will gladly oblige. He knows that she can make it rain. All the more reason why he is going to enjoy putting the mack down and simply pimp her out for as long as he can.
While all of this pimpin’ goes on the not so disparate political parties virulently mock and oppose ideologies, rather than deliberate and debate new ideas on how lives can improve amidst a challenging and evolving socioeconomic time perspective. The potential for any unifying quality for political civility or bipartisanship has faded from our sensibilities. We have entered a more seedy atmosphere of governance and politics as the made john has now been made pimp.
Ever since gaining the consent to his pimpacy — with the weekly contempt for humanity, lack of decorum, dismissal of empathy, and disregard for the rule of law, all of which are embedded in the stream of Trumpist consciousness consumed by feelings of superciliousness and resentment — Trump’s pimp hand has gotten larger and stronger. There is little faith that the prevailing social ills will improve for the foreseeable future.
Former Mayor Rudy Guiliani, who now serves as Trump’s “bottom bitch”, has ratchet-ly defended his man against any attempt at his daddy being subpoenaed, indicted, or impeached.
“In no case can he be subpoenaed or indicted,” Rudy Giuliani told HuffPost Sunday, claiming a president’s constitutional powers are that broad. “I don’t know how you can indict while he’s in office. No matter what it is.”
Giuliani said impeachment was the initial remedy for a president’s illegal behavior ― even in the extreme hypothetical case of Trump having shot former FBI Director James Comey to end the Russia investigation rather than just firing him.
“If he shot James Comey, he’d be impeached the next day,” Giuliani said. “Impeach him, and then you can do whatever you want to do to him.”
We all know that this Congress will never, ever, impeach Donald Trump. The pimp knows it, and so does his bottom bitch. Heck, even the national news media knows it. The highly touted and most esteemed of constitutional lawyers know this. The Supreme Court knows this.
The pimp rallies that he holds are also indicative of this, especially in counties where congressional republicans have been elected to have this pimp in charge and to remain impeachment-free.
Pimps are very entertaining as well as terrorizing with their appeal. To watch and hear the mack and hustle they exhibit can have you entranced and bemused at the same time. This ensures that you tune in for more like a typical reality show series. Bobby Azarian, who is a Ph.D, and contributes to Psychology Today as a cognitive neuroscientist and science writer in Washington D.C summed it up here with this.
Essentially, the loyalty of Trump supporters may in part be explained by America’s addiction with entertainment and reality TV. To some, it doesn’t matter what Trump actually says because he’s so amusing to watch. With Donald, you are always left wondering what outrageous thing he is going to say or do next. He keeps us on the edge of our seat, and for that reason, some Trump supporters will forgive anything he says. They are happy as long as they are kept entertained.
The Pimp-In-Chief transforms into this Svengali-type character with his effervescent charm offensive that posits the Mueller investigation as a witch hunt. Mind you though, the investigation is not about prosecuting the president.
In an article published by Politifact, that begs the question, “Can the president pardon himself?”, Kermit Roosevelt, a law professor at the University of Pennsylvania, reminds us of what the Mueller investigation is about and not what Trump has self-incriminatingly made it out to be.
“The Mueller investigation is a counterintelligence investigation,” Roosevelt said. “It is not like a ‘who robbed this bank?’ investigation, where the whole point is to prosecute those responsible. It’s more like a ‘how did this bank get robbed?’ investigation, where the point is to stop it from happening again.”
This pimp has already pardoned himself by getting the word out that he will — if he has to officially. Cause you know a pimp stay pimpin’ — the system that is.
Deconstruct The Swamp And Put In A Moat Instead To Protect Trump Castle
The Svengali-in-Chief will continue to impress upon American values and most will continue to feel flattered and entertained by his rally cries of contention and his vision for whiteness that the United States either overtly or covertly yearns for.
This administration has this pet peeve called the deep state. The Trump campaign promised to deconstruct a critical feature of what is alleged to be an entrenched cadre of experienced federal employees and replace them with yes-men and doting women. By his own admission and behaviors Trump is clearing the swamp and has determinately constructed a moat around his castle. The New Yorker’s Evan Osnos reported this profound finding.
In Washington, where only four per cent of residents voted for Trump, the President hews to a narrow patch of trusted terrain: he rarely ventures beyond his home, his hotel, his golf course, and his plane, taking Air Force One to Mar-a-Lago and to occasional appearances before devoted supporters. He has yet to attend a performance at the Kennedy Center or dine in a restaurant that is not on his own property. As a candidate, Trump rarely went a week without calling a news conference. But in office, as he contends with increasingly intense investigations, he has taken to answering only scattered questions, usually alongside visiting heads of state. He has now gone more than four hundred days without a solo press conference. (Obama held eleven in his first year.)
Peter Navarro, Ph.D, who is the head of the White house National Trade Council has ascended to new heights within the pimpocracy. This Harvard economics professor played the bottom bitch role in justifying the idiotic exit from the Trans Pacific Partnership, the trade tariffs that will most definitely ensue into trade wars, and the renegotiation of NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement).
Such contemptuous governance — shrouded in ill-repute favors that sustain groupthink racial ideologies and self enrichment over equality, drives our current state of anxiety. This sort of institutional callousness has increasingly betrayed basic moral principles along with Trump’s flouting of the independent checks and balances which are essential to a democracy.
I’m sure I am not alone in my assessment that a majority of whites do not exhibit the courage, the cognizance, nor even the sense of decency to oust President Trump — Pimp Extraordinaire. More importantly, their unsubstantiated fears are being allayed and there is no better solace to be had in that for them as a collective and as a dominant group.
What they see as gratifying to their senses is what minorities like myself see as terrorizing to the psyche and the body. Trump’s pimp hand is seen as a form of terror management. Once again Dr. Azarian enlightens us with an explanation of this particular theory on the unwavering support behind Donald Trump.
Terror Management Theory predicts that when people are reminded of their own mortality, which happens with fear mongering, they will more strongly defend those who share their worldviews and national or ethnic identity, and act out more aggressively towards those who do not. Hundreds of studies have confirmed this hypothesis, and some have specifically shown that triggering thoughts of death tends to shift people towards the right.
By constantly emphasizing existential threat, Trump creates a psychological condition that makes the brain respond positively rather than negatively to bigoted statements and divisive rhetoric. Liberals and Independents who have been puzzled over why Trump hasn’t lost supporters after such highly offensive comments need look no further than Terror Management Theory.
Trump does what most pimps do — induces fear or perpetuates fear-mongering to not just his hoes but to the community at large. When we look the other way or just play along with it we are essentially telling Trump to “pimp on, pimp!”