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Monday, February 22, 2021

President Emeritus Donald John Trump


The Washington Establishment keeps yammering about a civil war within the Republican Party. There is no war, just a pathetic attempt by the establishment to hang on to the power it failed to use for 4 years.

This is Donald John Trump's party now. It has been since 2016.

Newt Gingrich, who fought the establishment and won and later lost, recognizes how blind the fake conservatives are to this simple truth.

Gingrich told WABC, "What's very striking is that President Trump still has such enormous reach in the party that nobody can fight him. You can complain about him. You can criticize him. But McConnell can't possibly fight Trump. He doesn't have a big enough base.

"It's also a reminder that there is an establishment insider party that sits around at cocktail parties in Washington. And then there's this huge country outside of Washington. That country in 2015, by about 2-1, did not like the Republican leadership in the Congress. That was the forerunner of us ending up with Trump as a presidential nominee. [Kevin] McCarthy has been much smarter as the House Republican leader to recognize his ability to get the extra seats [to win the House] rests almost entirely on working with Trump, not picking a fight with him."

McCarthy understands that Donald Trump has the votes because Donald Trump was a successful president. 

75 million people voted for him, a record for an incumbent president. Even if you believe the election was legitimate, you realize that those 75 million Trump supporters narrowed the Democrat lead in the House, and when they stayed home in January, they cost Republicans the Senate.

I told readers that I did not care who won in Georgia because owning the Senate did us no good for 6 years. 

Where's the wall?

Where's the repeal of Obamacare?

Where's the investigation of Spygate?

Republicans promised us everything, but gave us a dud. 

Donald Trump delivered, and gave us prosperity and peace.

Donald Trump gave us 3.5% unemployment.

Donald Trump gave us no new wars.

Donald Trump gave us an embassy in Jerusalem, which led to 4 Muslim nations formally making peace with Israel, bringing the total to 6 in 72 years.


But most of all, President Emeritus Trump gave us leadership. He fought back. He took them all on: the media, the deep state, and the online oligarchs. He had no choice because they refused to accept his presidency. 

And by rejecting his presidency, they rejected the American people and the constitutional republic. The establishment finally revealed that the will of the people does not matter to them. 

The people are woke to this rejection in Washington.

USA Today reported, "An exclusive Suffolk University/USA Today Poll finds Trump's support largely unshaken after his second impeachment trial in the Senate, this time on a charge of inciting an insurrection in the deadly assault on the Capitol Jan. 6.

"By double digits, 46%-27%, those surveyed say they would abandon the GOP and join the Trump party if the former president decided to create one. The rest are undecided."

Impeachment always is a huge gamble, one that backfired on Gingrich, who resigned as speaker within weeks of Clinton skating on his perjury impeachment. 

6 years after the failed impeachment of Andrew Johnson, he came back to Washington as a senator.

By impeaching Donald Trump twice, Democrats made him a double martyr. His record as president and their record of failure (including the Mueller investigation) have elevated Donald Trump to president emeritus.

The USA Today story said, "Trump voters are prepared to punish those who crossed him. Eight in 10 say they would be less likely to vote for a Republican candidate who supported Trump's impeachment, as 10 representatives did in the House. An equal portion, 80%, say the seven Republican senators who voted to convict Trump were motivated by political calculations, not their consciences."

The story also said, "Only 4% say the impeachment trial made them less supportive of Trump; 42% say it made them more supportive. 54% say it didn't affect their support."

Finally, the story said, "By 59%-29%, Trump voters say they want him to run for president again in 2024. If he ran, 76%, would support him for the nomination; 85% would vote for him in a general election."

No one else comes close.

6 of those 7 turncoat Republican impeachment senators faced rebuke back home. Only Mitt Romney was spared.

Instead of fighting Donald Trump, smart Republicans like Kevin McCarthy support him. They realize he offers the only future the party has. 

Bums like Paul Ryan punked out on Donald Trump and 75 million Americans.

And McConnell and company failed to give those 75 million people their hearing in December. We are entitled to an investigation of election irregularities. 

The only question now is whether people will bother to vote again. And that is a serious question because by refusing to examine the evidence of election shenanigans, McConnell undercut people's faith in the electoral process.

Which is exactly what the Washington Establishment wants. They want us deplorable dregs of society to lay down and die.

I have a feeling that Donald Trump will rally us in 2022 and 2024. He does not need to be the nominee in 2024 because he is our president emeritus.

He earned the title by delivering on his promises.

40 comments:

  1. I am finally reaching the point where I think PDJT owes us a direct explanation for the apparent lack of any real, effective change to overcome the election fraud.
    We may get that next Sunday with his address at CPAC. To this point I can understand many reasons for going silent after the fraudulent election and letting the legal processes play out, but this morning the SCOTUS is showing us that the deep state has compromised them as well as anyone else in DC.
    Unless there is real electoral reform, to include banning any electronic tabulations without a paper ballot with voter ID to back it up, there is no point in looking to 2022 or 2024 to change anything.

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    1. "But this morning"?
      Nah, the scotus revealed their ties to deep-state when they refused to hear any of the cases that came their way.
      I suppose in retrospect this wasn't a big surprise. I doubt PDJT made his nominations after personally vetting his choices, but on recommendations of others who were most likely d-s's themselves.

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    2. President Donald John Trump owes the American People, and us NOTHING.

      He has done more for the non-elite Average Americans to improve their quality of life than any President since Ronald Reagan; and he was attacked in a witch-hunt that never ended, supported by the Democrats and the Establishment Republicans ever since he formally launched his campaign for President.

      Anyone who thinks President Trump “owes” us an explanation is an out-of-touch Loon.

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    3. Common sense tells us the writer is exactly correct about futility of any future elections without MAJOR election reform. We all know all future voting will be decided in advance by the same corrupt bought out agencies that despise everyday voters. What a waste of time getting all fired up again, when they just steal your vote and laugh about it. Suspected the fix was in all summer when Beijing biden sat in his basement hole, not a worry in the world about being in oval office. Its Obama's second term with gas prices set to hit $6 or worse in time.

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    4. Every voter in every state needs to fight election fraud by pressuring their legislators to act. Because of the un-Supreme Court, Trump had no power to do it.

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    6. What would you have him do? He is not a dictator, as he has been accused of.

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  2. I'll vote for Trump again. I won't for my state "Republican" because she lieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed to us, and voted Democrat.

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  3. What is wrong with Utah? Do they actually like Mitt the Shi* or do they blindly vote for any Mormon, slimy or not?

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    1. The Saints, as they call themselves, run the show there, much as the Quakers ran the Philadelphia area.

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    2. Sorry, but it is fair to question the judgment of people who wear magic underwear to church and revere men who told them sincerely God had a flock of believers on the moon (and sun!).

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    3. IMHO, Mitt is no Mormon, and he is not a representative of the people. Mitt is a carpetbagger. He was in charge of Massachusetts for awhile. He is bought and sold, and goes where he is told.

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    4. Just because there was no formal rebuke, doesn't mean there aren't tons of conservatives here in Utah, most of them Mormon, who never really wanted him elected and are now furious with him. Billboards on the main freeway here denouncing his impeachment vote. His reelection is a long way away, but it won't happen. I'm not Mormon, but Mormon dynamics explain how he was able to carpetbag here, and do grant him a little wiggle room, but not much. He'd be insane to try to run again.

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  4. Emeritus means retired. He did not retire. His job was stolen. If you steal something, it is not legally yours.

    Donald John Trump is still our president.

    And he may rally us, but what's to stop succeeding elections from being a repeat of the last?

    The people have to have a reason to get off their behinds. I have a lot of faith Joe and the Ho will give them that reason.

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    1. I go along with AoS, who refers to him as PIEOTUS (President-in-Exile Of The United States).

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  5. "I told readers that I did not care who won in Georgia because owning the Senate did us no good for 6 years."

    Yes. Seven Republican senators voted to impeach Donald Trump.

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  6. "I told readers that I did not care who won in Georgia because owning the Senate did us no good for 6 years."

    Yes. Seven Republican senators voted to impeach Donald Trump.

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  7. I regret not being able to vote against Pat Toomey in 2022.
    At least Arlen Spectre officially switched parties. Toomey remains a backstabbing RINO.

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  8. I believe your estimate of 75 million voting FOR Trump. I further believe that close to 80 million people cast a vote to elect DJT president - of which about 5 million were actually voting AGAINST Joe Biden.
    Joe Biden probably had 60 million people cast a vote to elect him president of which around 30 million were actually voting AGAINST DJT.
    What we are experiencing right now is an attempt to rule over subjects, rather than an attempt to govern citizens. Whether this attempt at tyranny is successful or not is up in the air. IF the Republican party does not coalesce around Trumpism, and fight this attempted tyranny, restore election integrity, and the rule of law, the end result will probably include violence as the people implement their own version of justice.

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  9. If Donald decides to run again, I will support him. My hope though is that he hands the baton to one of his kids. He raised em, he taught em,he knows em, he trusts em.

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  10. I hope Trump doesn't run for public office again because I think he can be far more effective as a free agent. He's can now follow his instincts and not be hampered by all the "advisors" (saboteurs) blowing in his ear. He could start a truth news service or he could start a social media platform, etc. As a private citizen, he can criticize and ridicule the hell out of them 'til the cows come home. In short, he doesn't have to act presidential. He is...Trump Unchained!

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    1. Maybe he can keep his promise to push term limits? I believe voters would support 2-term limits enacted retroactivly.

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  11. To have conservative success, we need a return to election integrity. I wish I could be more optimistic on that point.

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  12. The chardonnay sipping, Brie eating elites think we will forget by 2022. Ain’t no way, suckers.

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  13. "The only question now is whether people will bother to vote again." I will vote in local and state elections, but I will NEVER vote in a federal election for any Republican. I truly hope Prez Trump forms an effective 3rd party.

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    1. If you choose not to vote you've voted. And not voting for a Republican means you voted for the Democrat. It's that simple. A bad GOPe is better than a good Democrat because of the majority they can make.

      If you are demanding political purity in your candidates you will never be satisfied and acting on pique will in the long run do more damage that you really want to do.

      "Democracy is the worst form of government...except for all the rest." [Winston Churchill]

      You will NEVER get the Earthly Conservative Utopia you think you want any more than the Left will ever get their Earthly so called "Progressive" Utopia. All you can do is try to push the tide. Almost all elections are binary choices and all too often it's a choice of the Lessor Evil. Welcome to the real world.

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    2. Yes, by all means let's settle for a party that refuses to fight back. Let's settle for a party that bows to the dictators.

      You will NEVER get the Earthly Conservative Utopia you think you want any more than the Left will ever get their Earthly so called "Progressive" Utopia.

      No, we had it for most of this country's history. Trump gave it back to us.

      And all your FUD can't erase that.

      Go upstairs and tell Mommy there's a rat in her basement.

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  14. The first real shot at the GOP establishment was when Eric Cantor, House majority leader and number 2 spot in the House was successfully primaried in 2014. The GOPe led House was all set to pass Amnesty for illegals aliens when that happened and the Amnesty was stopped.

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  15. Oh, yeah. Trump is not so much President Emeritus as the Shadow President.

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    1. No, he is the President. The rightful, legal President.

      And we haven't forgotten it.

      You just hate that.

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  16. I would like to see PRESIDENT TRUMP to run for the HOUSE in his district - I think there's the typical liberal democrat in office now. He could lead the charge to take back the House, get elected as SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE, and cause Nanzi to pop an aneurism as she passes the gavel! I'm sure she'd THROW it and claim it "slipped"! I encourage all his 75 MILLION voters to send him $10 or whatever as a GIFT for him to use as he pleases. I trust him to use it to fund the take over of the House and Senate! I've sent my GIFT to his Mar a Lago office!

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  17. Just saying that if President Trump won a seat in the house and then became speaker of the house, he would be third in line for the presidency. Makes you wonder...

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  20. It doesn't come through clearly to people reading the bible, but the capital city of the ancient empire of Babylon - itself called Babylon - operated as a separate entity. It was a city state within the empire. In Daniel chapter 5, when the "emperor" Belshazzar promised to make Daniel "Third Ruler in the Kingdom" (v16), he said "Third" because he was "Second". He was the "emperor" of the city - a highly glorified mayor.
    Washington DC has drifted so far off on its own vector that it is only loosely tethered to the nation it governs. And now we have a "President" of DC, along with some enclaves along the coasts and scattered here and there across these fruited plains.
    Biden is second to Trump. People know it instinctively - those that love him and those that hate him. Why do you think DC remains an armed camp?
    Trump hasn't pushed the issue, but we are on the verge of having two Presidents (did you know there was once two popes? They excommunicated each other!)
    You heard it hear first: I don't know the details of how it happens; I don't know which stone gets the landslide going, but we will have two competing Presidents.

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    1. See this fact about ancient Babylon also at the end of Daniel Chap 2: Nebuchadnezzar - the Emperor - made Daniel "ruler over the province of Babylon" (v48). Then, at Daniel's request, the emperor appointed Daniel's three friends "over the affairs of Babylon... "But Daniel remained at the King's Court".
      That ends chapter 2. Chapter 3 opens with Nebuchadnezzar setting up his big golden stature out in "the sticks", where Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were. But not Daniel. He isn't mentioned one time in this chapter, in a book named for him. It's the only one of the 12 chapters of his book where he isn't mentioned.

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  21. You and Kyle Becker are the best journalists America has.

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