The Bungled Republican Coup As I See It
If you can stand behind a charlatanesque real estate mogul turned statesman, whose core values speaks to growing hierarchical racialism and tribal divisiveness, and whose notions of just-world reasonings are substantiated by ideas of crude nationalism and inapt othering to facilitate corruptive pride, then of course, tribally, you love what Trump is all about.
If you can stand to watch a man whose narcissistic personality disorder capriciously obfuscates national security and diplomatic relations around the world in ways that would make Adolf Hitler blush, then you are tribally enamored by Trump’s world view.
Standing In A White Fog
Trump feels an immense distress at any inclination that Russian interference with the 2016 presidential elections is what got him elected as opposed to pure adulation of his aura. The problem with Trump’s egotistical assessment of himself is that we know that Russia had but a negligible influence to that outcome. What Trump and his narcissistic supply fails to realize is that the activities surrounding the success or realization of that influence was predicated on Flynn’s collusion coalescing with Trump’s sociopathic high regard for Putin. That collusion not only relied upon magnanimously easing relations between Russia and the U.S., but also on removing the sanctions that Obama had previously laid on Russia for their part in the annexation of Crimea and on the illicit meddling into the national elections. Our president is unable to separate the two because both instances are characteristically — morally bankrupt, and corruptly intertwining.
Trump: Never mind that 'impenetrable' cybersecurity unit with Russia
President Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Hamburg on July 7, 2017. (Photo: Evan Vucci, AP…
🧐Apparently, someone took the time to explain to Trump why this may not be a good idea.🤨
The Not So Deep, Deep State
This culminates with the performative babbling by Stephen Bannon of this deep state ideology which he ingeniously contorts to conjure up white nationalism. The deep state is not so much a conspiracy itself, but it provides enough of an intrigue that it reveals the obligatory machinations of its existence. It essentially tells on itself, like the national security leaks that wreaked havoc on Trump’s cabinet within the first 100 days, which is highly attributable to the incompetence of Trump laid bare.
One could conclude that the Founding Fathers verbiage in the constitution — that all men are created equal provides deep cover for the institutionalized racism and discrimination that led to the Civil Rights Acts. After all isn’t that what deep states do — undermine its own constitution for the benefit of certain in-groups or for the sake of the Founding Fathers.
In order for that deep state reckoning to satisfy or suppress democratic resolve all that is required is your unconditional support for incompetence, connivance, racism, and misogyny to which you simply ignore moral decency. In that way you would take advantage of what dehumanization has to offer. Merely placing your race and gender before humanity is enough to satisfy the deep state propositioning.
That this smacks in the face of democratic principles and equality that fly under the banner that you pledge allegiance to and serve is quite a bit of dissonance to dissect and examine. This outright effort to defraud and debase political debate and deliberation is not only a moral travesty, but a proven diversionary tact to suppressing the freedom of rational thought, attitudes and behaviors coming from the world’s immigrant nation.
“We don’t want to have a liberal Democrat in Alabama, believe me,” Trump said.
The president also criticized Moore’s Democratic opponent, Doug Jones.
“We want strong borders, we want stopping crime, we want the things we represent,” Trump said, adding that Jones would be “controlled” by Democratic congressional leaders Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) and Charles Schumer (N.Y.).
And More Bungling
The Trump administration has 'botched' the rollout of the Jerusalem decision, say experts
In the immediate days following President Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, his administration has seemingly done little to mitigate the negative fallout from the announcement with protests continuing to flare across the Middle East six days after the announcement…
The President seems to have a ‘disregard for the importance of diplomacy’
'They want to know if Trump's crazy'
"They want to know if he's crazy," said Suzanne DiMaggio, "or if this is just an act." "They" is North Korean officials…
The North Koreans have asked her not only if Trump is nuts, DiMaggio said, but what and how to think about everything from his public undercutting of his Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into possible campaign collusion with Russia.