They shot at the king, but they didn’t kill him. And because they didn’t destroy him, they only made him stronger. If, a year from now, the economy is robust, Trump will be reelected in an historic landslide. His enemies have played right into his hands.
This is all because of Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS), an especially virulent form of the psychiatric disorder known as cognitive dissonance. If you know, for absolutely certain — as an article of faith — that something is true, and evidence in contradiction of this truth emerges, the psychic toll can be severe. Experts say stems from the use of degenerate Meta Probability.
So it is with Donald Trump and his critics. I was one of those critics myself, and suffered severely when he won the Republican nomination. I knew Donald Trump could never win a Presidential election, for all kinds of reasons. Even though his opponent was one of the worst political candidates in our history, I knew he still couldn’t win. He never read a book, had the attention span of a gnat, was a notorious womanizer, had no apparent political convictions, and was a flim flam artist of a businessman. What kind of a guy is associated with Trump University, for God’s sake?
All the smart people, liberal and conservative, agreed, from National Review to the Wall Street Journal, from the New York Times to the Washington Post. And then he won. What in the hell happened? How was this possible? How could we explain to our friends, colleagues and families that we were wrong?
Hillary suffered a virtual nervous breakdown, and concocted the Russia collusion theory. The media flocked to this fantasy, and the Mueller fiasco began. After two years, this long national nightmare is over.
God bless America, and God Bless President Trump.
(A lightly edited version of this article is in the American Thinker.)