Saturday, January 09, 2021

Trump: The Presidency that Never was

By Nicholas Stix

(Previously: “Funerals in America, Funerals for America.”)
N.A.E.B.C.
November 2, 2021

As soon as Donald Trump had been declared the winner of the 2016 presidential election, in the biggest upset in American political history, his Democrat enemies at Google, NBC News, the Democratic National Committee, etc., wiped away their tears, and set about undoing the election via a massive conspiracy to commit sedition.

Powerful figures within Trump’s own Republican Party, the notorious “never-Trumpers,” many of them Bush allies or family retainers, aided and abetted the Democrats. Former Bush “ethics czar,” Richard Painter, unsuccessfully sought in 2018 to leverage Trump-hating media support into getting elected U.S. Senator from Minnesota (as a Democrat), and William Kristol, the founder and editor-in-chief of the weekly standard magazine, destroyed his magazine trying to thwart Trump’s election. Kristol’s publisher responded by shuttering the magazine and firing Kristol.

[Full disclosure: I freelanced briefly for Bill Kristol during the late 1990s at the weekly standard.]

RINO (“Republicans in Name Only”) senators Lisa Murkowski, Susan Collins, and the late John McCain (currently residing at the Hell Hilton) sabotaged Trump’s attempt to eliminate Obamacare, and Trump was later extremely unlucky, in being in office when the country was hit by the most massive biological warfare attack in world history, the Chinese Communists’ China Virus.

For a generation, through the Bush I, Clinton, Bush II and Obama regimes, America had been ruled over by a bipartisan cartel that held patriotic white Americans in contempt. You know, the law-abiding people who work, pay taxes, and die in the constant wars they inflict on us, and who get raped and killed by blacks and illegal aliens.

Trump had said he would end this. He promised “America’s forgotten men and women” that he would build a wall on our Southern border to stop the invasion, and would send tens of millions of illegal aliens already on American soil, home. He spoke of the necessity for “law and order,” in implicit contrast to the racist anarchy that black supremacist President Barack Obama and his racist, rogue attorney general, Eric Holder, had unleashed in cities like Ferguson, Missouri, and Baltimore.

Meanwhile, a conspiracy to commit sedition began at the top, with outgoing President Obama in late 2016, before Trump had even been inaugurated.

Obama’s criminal campaign spying on the President-elect and his closest aides, involved his henchmen committing perjury in secret courts, in order to obtain FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) warrants.

Democrats hatched a hoax, whereby Russia had “hacked the election.” The “evidence”? A ludicrous “Steele dossier,” which Hillary Clinton had paid a former British intelligence operative, Christopher Steele, to conjure up out of thin air, in which Donald Trump cavorted with prostitutes in a Moscow hotel room on videotape. This work of fiction was so bereft of evidence in its support that not even the New York Times would touch it, so Mrs. Clinton’s people were forced to place it at Buzzfeed.

When some voices pushed back that it was technologically impossible for anyone to have “hacked” the election, since people couldn’t vote online, the Democrats moved on to new baseless lies. The Russians had “influenced” the election with $5,000 worth of ads on Facebook, and there was “collusion” between Trump and Putin.

When Democrat mayors and governors continued to flout U.S. immigration law, maintaining “sanctuary” cities and states, Trump did nothing. Had he been serious about the rule of law, he would have sent in federal troops to back up U.S. marshals, arresting a few such elected leaders, and then watched, as other officials fell in line.

On January 27, 2017, one week after his inauguration, President Trump issued an executive order blocking travel to America from seven terrorism-sponsoring countries—“the travel ban.”

His enemies on the Left and among Never-Trumpers immediately denounced the EO as “unconstitutional,” and demanded that the courts reject it, due to Trump supposedly having revealed vicious intentions, as if there were a political litmus test that (Republican) presidential EOs had to pass.

Federal district court judge Derrick Kahala Watson (an Obama judge and Harvard classmate) issued a national injunction permanently staying the EO.

When did Judge Watson gain such power to thwart the President’s immigration prerogatives?

Instead of demanding answers, the national media became an “amen corner” for Judge Watson.

At the time, I called on Trump to pull an Andrew Jackson, and continue with the EO, daring the Supreme Court to try and stop him. But I was wrong.

Trump didn’t need to pull a Jackson. He merely needed to be presidential, and repeat to the nation, as he had already explained in the EO that, as per his “authority under Article II of the Constitution and under the INA [Immigration and Naturalization Act], which provides in relevant part:

‘Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate.’ 8 U.S.C. 1182(f).’”

But Trump didn’t do that. Instead, he had his lawyers re-write the EO, which Watson again illegally ruled against in March 2017, whereupon Trump announced that he would go through the courts and win, which he did… sort of.

He won a pyrrhic victory. Although the federal courts eventually ruled in Trump’s favor, in submitting to their authority he had surrendered his presidential prerogative in matters of immigration.

On October 14, 2020, Mark Steyn told Tucker Carlson on the latter’s Fox News show, “A judge’s republic is a contradiction in terms.”

Somebody needs to tell Donald Trump that.

Early in Trump’s term, he spoke often of the wall he claimed he was building, only it turned out there was no wall.

The promises of mass deportations also turned out to be so much hot air.

Whites had voted for Trump, because he’d led them to see in him their champion: “I don’t have time for political correctness.”

However, in December 2018, he signed into law an insane “prison reform bill,” the First Step Act, which I called the “black-felons-get-out-of-jail-free bill.” The “reform” released thousands of violent, hardcore, black convicts early.

It was the sort of thing one would expect from white communists and black supremacists. Trump has bragged about that law ever since.

Meanwhile, whites who have broken no laws, are being railroaded by racist authorities.

However, after his one signal achievement, de-regulation of business, led to the massive creation of new jobs, President Trump began bragging that he was the best president blacks ever had.

He never bragged of having done anything for whites.

The job growth was eventually wiped out by Democrat mayors and governors, who used draconian China Virus lockdowns, and support for the riots, as pretexts to destroy the economy.

However, even if the economy had continued roaring, it would not have helped Trump with black voters. Blacks in America are racist to the bone, and will not vote more than 5% Republican.

Trump has always taken the white vote for granted. John McCain and Mitt Romney did likewise. Where did it get them?

In 2019-2020, Democrats impeached President Trump, only the third time that had ever happened in American history, even though they had absolutely nothing on him.

Fortunately, the President was acquitted at the end of his Senate trial, because Republicans still controlled the Upper Chamber. That may not last beyond November 3.

In 2018, after winning 23 previously Republican House seats on Election Day, Democrats stole another 17 seats in the days AFTER Election Day. Trump did nothing about this, having been intimidated out of his project of routing election fraud by a hostile, Democrat media. Now, with massive early and mail-in voting, and no voting security whatsoever, Democrats will surely cast millions more fraudulent votes.

Since late May, Democrat media, academia, and politicians have exploited the May 25 overdose death of George Floyd while in Minneapolis police custody, to incite race riots, looting, and arson all over the country, which have been carried out by the domestic terrorist gangs antifa and Black Lives Matter.

Although Trump threatened to send in the National Guard or Federal troops under the Insurrection Act, he never did anything.

America’s cities burned.

This big-mouthed weakling has engaged in so much political triangulation towards his enemies and betrayal of his staunchest supporters that he has nothing left to offer his base.

Apparently, his enemies are right, and Donald J. Trump is nothing but a con man.

While the election of Joe Biden (read Kamala Harris) may have worse consequences than a Trump re-election, re-electing Trump would be like the re-election of George W. Bush in 2004. He would be just another Republican, who would slightly slow down the White Genocide Project until the next racial socialist, er, Democrat, can put the project back on the express track.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

In a statement on Wednesday, General James Mattis, the former Secretary of Defense, said that Trump “will deservedly be left a man without a country.”

Anonymous said...

I'm still waiting for Obamacare to be repealed. The Republicans talked and talked about doing this, then when Trump ran and said he'd replace it with "something terrific, you'll love it." Then nothing happened despite the GOP controlling the White House and both house of Congress. No new healthcare legislation that Trump promised, not even repeal of the old.

Still waiting......

Anonymous said...

"an executive order blocking travel to America from seven terrorism-sponsoring countries"

A temporary ban for ninety days until things can be sorted out. Islamic State captured Syrian presses, paper and ink to make perfect passports.

Anonymous said...

The problem was,there weren't enough ACTUAL Republicans--there WERE McCain-ites,Paul Ryan-ists and Jeff Flakians aplenty--globalist fu **ers who stopped the Trump agenda on everything from Obamacare to funding for the wall.

Trump also was stopped by the courts(and ACLU) on immigration bills and temporarily--even on things as logical as the census NOT counting illegal immigrants.

Trump was a complete outsider,who didn't adapt well to the political world--and the politicians hated him for not being a paid off globalist.

I continue to refuse to blame Trump--except for the fact he underestimated the commie resistance to his agenda--which he's talked about for years(see old interviews)and has never changed.

Now we'll see how good we had it under the "Orangeman".
--GRA