The Hoax Presidency of Donald Trump
Updated, Dec. 5, 2016, again, 5:00 CST Dec. 5.
By no means can a Presidency by Donald Trump be regarded as anything but an arch-phony. What about it is a real movement on behalf of the people? What about it is sincere and deliberate? What element of it offers real hope for change and improvement? No doubt, Ms. Clinton was the media favorite or darling. Even so, a Trump victory was never rejected as plausible. However, many people held that somehow, despite a lack of popularity, the win would be secured for Clinton. With landslides of votes on his side it was decided otherwise. A win was allowed for Trump, if not assured all along. Moreover, it is all a game. There is nothing real about it. This is a mere side-show, a staged act: a fake, like all the others.
Others on the net have published on this issue, in this case per Newsweek. The article, though, is biased, emphasizing the criminal nature of WASP elements, such as G.W. Bush, Jr., and Dick Cheney, while giving the Zionists a pass:
Trump’s vice president holds the neocon warmonger and CFR stooge Dick Cheney in high regard.
“I frankly hold Dick Cheney in really high regard in his role as vice president and as an American,” Pence said on ABC’s “This Week.”
NOTE: He holds on a pedestal Dick Cheney, really, the arch-combative, self-aggrandizing war criminal? Pence could not find a VP figure more in disrepute or more of a demagogue than he. It also means Pence is nothing other than a controlled agent of the arch-Zionist cabal.
Pence admires vice presidents who are “able to take the vision of the president and champion that on Capitol Hill,” ABC News reports.
Cheney did not take George W. Bush’s “vision” to Congress. Cheney and his cabal of neocons used Bush and his administration to launch the war on terror, invade Afghanistan and Iraq (more than a million dead in the latter), direct the CIA to create an unmanned aerial assassination force (that has killed Americans without due process), and accelerate a police and surveillance state at home.
“[Bush was] an ignorant person who wanted to show his mother he could do things his father couldn’t,” Thomas Buergenthal, who served as a judge at the International Court of Justice, said last year.
“Some of us have long thought that Cheney and a number of CIA agents who did what they did in those so-called black holes should appear before the ICC,” he added.
Bush let Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, Bernard Lewis, David Wurmser, David Frum, Bill Kristol, and other neocons drive his foreign policy.
Is it possible there will be a rerun with Pence and president-elect Donald Trump?
The Zionist appointment Buergenthal said nothing, though, about the various arch-Zionist mobsters who infest Washington and who were/are the real impetus behind the disastrous, murderous acts of the presidency.
Even G.W. Bush, Sr., noted the great wretchedness of Cheney, that influence peddler, that self-serving monstrosity who merely filled that role for his own wretched gains:
Former President George H. W. Bush criticized Dick Cheney as serving his son George W. Bush poorly, saying Cheney “built his own empire” and asserted too much “hard-line” influence.
said pollster Kellyanne Conway in 2014. (Conway is one of many people who has worked for both Pence and Koch-affiliated groups, and she now works for the Trump campaign.)Pence has employed many top Koch staffers in his political offices, and vice-versa, while a steady flow of Koch money has filled Pence’s campaign accounts. Indiana, which Pence has governed since 2013, has become a testing ground for many of the network’s conservative policy ideas. “Indiana is one big free market, [and] much like Koch Industries, Mike Pence … picks the right fights,”
explains, SPN affiliates “push an extreme right-wing agenda that aims to privatize education, block healthcare reform, restrict workers’ rights, roll back environmental protections, and create a tax system that benefits most those at the very top level of income.” The IPRF was a small group back when Pence was president, but in the years since it has amassed an enormous budget thanks in large part to the largess of the Koch network of donors.Pence began traveling in similar lanes to the Koch brothers early in his career. In 1991, Pence became president of the Indiana Policy Review Foundation, which is part of the State Policy Network. Those are innocuous names, but as a Center for Media and Democracy report
When Pence eventually made it to Congress, he became a favorite of the libertarian megadonors by opposing a lot of George W. Bush’s big-spending programs, like the Medicare Part D expansion. Both Koch Industries and Koch Enterprises became top donors to Pence’s Congressional career.
As governor of Indiana, Pence earned even more admiration for his enormous tax cut—-the biggest in Indiana history, which Pence signed only a few months after taking office. The cuts were so big they actually met resistance from some Republican members of the state legislature, but many Koch groups loved them. “He’s made Indiana a leader when it comes to moving forward with greater economic freedom” Tim Phillips, the president of the Koch-backed Americans for Prosperity, told the Washington Post.
There are deep staff connections between Pence and the Koch network as well. His long-time adviser and past chief of staff, Mark Short, is now president of Freedom Partners, another Koch group. When Pence endured a series of political embarrassments last year, from his support of an unpopular “religious freedom” law to a botched attempt to start a state-run news service, Pence hired Koch Industry’s then-communications director, Matt Lloyd, to come work for him in Indiana. Lloyd was a longtime Pence staffer in Congress and during his political campaigns before leaving for the Koch job.
As the 2016 election approached, the Koch brothers were widely reported to be urging Pence to run, which he ultimately declined to do. His name on the Trump ticket—-if that happens—-still doesn’t guarantee the Koch network will lend financial support to the presidential campaign. Politico and theWashington Post already both reported Thursday that the Koch network’s dislike of Trump will keep them from spending money on the presidential race even with Pence on the ticket.
That might change, or it might not—but either way the Koch brothers will have a powerful advocate for their ideas in the room. And Trump will have his very own “puppet” of the GOP’s “highly sophisticated killers.”