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hardnox
Advisor

spot on

https://www.salon.com/2018/07/21/how-low-can-trump-go/

 

"I think Trump is preparing his base for his Mueller investigation endgame. This man is not going to be driven from office by either Congress or the courts. He’s going to fight, and fight to the death of democracy if necessary, because he has no loyalty to the Constitution or love of democracy. All he has is love of Trump.

He’s preparing his base for the day he fires Sessions, Rosenstein and Mueller. He’ll pardon every single American who has been charged or pled guilty, and then he’ll order the entire work product of the Mueller investigation to be collected and burned.

He’ll send his supporters into the streets to demonstrate in favor of firing Mueller and ending the investigation. When counter demonstrations hit the street, he’ll call them a threat to “national security” and start making arrests. He’ll begin with Antifa and Black Lives Matter, then he’ll move on to anyone found demonstrating on a street where violence or damage to property has taken place.

When the jails are loaded up, he’ll start putting arrestees in camps. They’re already practicing for this with the round-up, arrest and confinement of undocumented immigrants in concentration camps along the border.

 

If you thought we’d never see another round-up of people alleged to be a “threat to national security” the way we did with Japanese Americans during World War II, you were wrong. Our government is doing it right now. If you thought that disgraceful chapter in our nation’s history was more than enough to stop Americans from building concentration camps again, you were wrong.

American citizens working for the government and for private companies are following orders. They’re building camps. They’re stringing barbed wire. They’re making children march in line down makeshift “streets” between tents in these camps. They’re denying access to the camps to the news media, even to members of Congress. They’re doing it willingly. They’re doing it so efficiently that major private penal corporations are making hundreds of millions of dollars building camps and imprisoning immigrants.

When demonstrations break out against the round-ups and the camps between anti-Trump protestors and Trump supporters, he’ll declare martial law. He’ll declare that the Democratic Party is the “enemy of the people” and issue an executive order to postpone elections.

His base will support him all the way."

 

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hardnox
Advisor

Re: spot on

 

"Let me put it to you this way: Trump’s robotic supporters on the right are fond of accusing Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans of suffering from “Trump derangement syndrome” because they oppose him.

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They’ve got it *****-backwards. Trump’s base believes every insane thing he says. They support every insane thing he does. They are deranged, and it’s not a syndrome. They are the greatest threat to democracy this country has ever faced within its shores."

hardnox
Advisor

I do think that

the 20% base herd together with the 20% "Butt Gorsuch and he has such nice children" dissemblers*

are enough to overthrow the constitution.

 

*they're not so different from the base, just live and socialize in places where you have to make different pretenses.

 

Edmund55
Senior Contributor

Re: spot on

("Let me put it to you this way: Trump’s robotic supporters on the right are fond of accusing Democrats and anti-Trump Republicans of suffering from “Trump derangement syndrome” because they oppose him.

They’ve got it *****-backwards. Trump’s base believes every insane thing he says. They support every insane thing he does. They are deranged, and it’s not a syndrome. They are the greatest threat to democracy this country has ever faced within its shores.")

 

Wow, greatest threat we have ever faced!  Do you think that if we re-instated Obama as President, our democracy could be saved? or are we just toast?  Is there time for a person to pack up and move to Australia?

 

 

hardnox
Advisor

Re: spot on

Weak minds are easy to program and exceedingly difficult to de program.
basset&co
Senior Contributor

Re: spot on

noxious quote: "Weak minds are easy to program and exceedingly difficult to de program. "

 

you better check with schnur about that noxious, experience on call...lol

schnurrbart
Veteran Advisor

Re: spot on

Only one thing to say bASS!
bruce MN
Advisor

Re: spot on

Crazy Bill Palmer (unwittingly) on why all of the stops will be pulled out:

http://www.palmerreport.com/analysis/never-mike-pence-president/11519/