Trump, the catalyst

In the gut of the American body politic stewed a foul brew of nauseating political correctness, slimy globaloney and fake news.  We were sick to our stomach.  It was all boiling up inside of us.  To regain our health, it had to be ejected.

Then we took a pill named Trump, and it all came hurling out.  It had to happen, eventually.  The pressure inside was getting too strong.  But it needed a trigger, a catalyst.  Something to accelerate the reaction.

That was, and is, the genius of Donald J. Trump.  He’s more than an agent of change.  He’s the catalyst.


Donald Trump caught a wave

The “Great Man” theory of history is hogwash.  Historical events that rely on a heroic individual are vanishingly rare.  Just as our bodies evolved, so did our history.  The events occurring across the world, and here at home, are all part of an evolutionary process.  Trump, the man, is an agent in an evolving story.

Because of the internet, we are at the beginning of a new political era, the era of the common man.  The old order, of the ruling elites, is being overthrown.

The ten thousand year evolution that began with agriculture has entered a new phase.  The great leaps forward of the past  — literacy, science, democracy   —  changed the world. As will the new era of the common man.

Donald Trump didn’t cause this evolution.  He leads it because he understands it, not because he created it.  His genius lies in his ability to see what is happening, to mount the band wagon,

When I started this blog in 2013 it was because I sensed a red tidal wave rising.  It would win the Senate in 2014, and elect a united Republican government in 2016.

This red tide would be so strong that an unprecedented event could happen  —   the use of Article V by the states, using only Republican votes.  And that, too, came to pass, and from 2014 to 2018 the Republican controlled state legislatures, by themselves, could have called for an Amendment Convention to the United States Constitution.  Could have, but didn’t.

It must have been in 2013 that Donald Trump saw the same thing I did.  He saw the red wave coming, and he decided to jump aboard.

He caught that wave, and he’s sitting on top of the world.

First they came for Roger Stone . . .

. . . and they did not speak out.

The corruption of the liberal soul is now complete.  They watch with amused contempt at the abusive arrest of the outlandish gadfly Roger Stone.  Oh, he’s a Trump toadie, to hell with him!

The government that can use terror tactics on the burlesque Stone can use them on you, brother.

Then they came for the liberals  —  and there was no one left to speak for them.