One Year Later, Is Trump a Blessing or a Curse to the Deep State?

“In other words, stop worshipping false idols. Stop waiting for Trump to drain the swamps, or some whistleblower to topple the tyrants, or some other political savior to swoop in and fix all that’s wrong with this country. Stop allowing yourselves to be drawn into divisive party politics. Stop thinking of yourselves as members of a particular political party, as opposed to citizens of the United States…”

John W. Whitehead, Constitutional Attorney

“Jesus! Where will it end? How low do you have to stoop in this country to be President? … We’ve come to a point where every four years this national fever rises up — this hunger for the Saviour, the White Knight, the Man on Horseback — and whoever wins becomes so immensely powerful … that when you vote for President today you’re talking about giving a man dictatorial power for four years… The whole framework of the presidency is getting out of hand. It’s come to the point where you almost can’t run unless you can cause people to salivate and whip each other with big sticks. You almost have to be a rock star to get the kind of fever you need to survive in American politics.” —Hunter S. Thompson, gonzo journalist

Here’s the question I pose to you: has Donald Trump been a blessing or a curse…

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2 thoughts on “One Year Later, Is Trump a Blessing or a Curse to the Deep State?

  1. Looking from the outside in, he gets a lot wrong but I can kind of see good points along the way. he just can’t communicate it well #Ever how has this guy made a fortune? other than being the ultimate gambler in business.


    • Has not a lot to do with Trump in particular, mate. The message is… STOP voting for one of the two main party’s. 😉


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