An Interesting take on Donald Trump

An Interesting *take* on Donald Trump

Here is another one of those things I receive via email from time to time. I hope you enjoy it and the perspective it offers. I did NOT write this, what I find online when looking for citation is a bit sketchy, Snopes says it’s FALSE and that makes me want to post it even more.

The way I read this is Bill Bennett has presented an opinion piece, a *what if* page and for some reason it scares the Dems a lot more than it does Donald Trump.

Former U. S. Secretary of Education, William J. Bennett’s frankly candid and shocking observations of Donald Trump’s impact on the behavior of the entrenched Washington D. C. bureaucrats in both parties — and the risk The Donald faces in so doing.

William J. Bennett, Host of Bill Bennett’s Morning in America Show, is one of America’s most important, influential, and respected voices on cultural, political, and education issues. He has one of the strongest Christian world views of any writer in modern times.

What I See Happening In a Trump Presidency

By Bill Bennett

They will kill him before they let him be president. It could be a Republican or a Democrat that instigates the shutting up of Trump.

Don’t be surprised if Trump has an accident. Some people are getting very nervous: Barack Obama, Valerie Jarrett, Eric Holder, Hillary Clinton and Jon Corzine, to name just a few.

It’s about the unholy dynamics between big government, big business, and big media. They all benefit by the billions of dollars from this partnership, and it’s in all of their interests to protect one another. It’s one for all and all for one.

It’s a heck of a filthy relationship that makes everyone filthy rich, everyone except the American people. We get ripped off. We’re the patsies. But for once, the powerful socialist cabal and the corrupt crony capitalists are scared. The over-the-top reaction to Trump by politicians of both parties, the media, and the biggest corporations of America has been so swift and insanely angry that it suggests they are all threatened and frightened.

Donald Trump can self-fund. No matter how much they say to the contrary, the media, business, and political elite understand that Trump is no joke. He could actually win and upset their nice cozy apple cart. It’s no coincidence that everyone has gotten together to destroy The Donald.

It’s because most of the other politicians are part of the good old boys club. They talk big, but they won’t change a thing. They are all beholden to big-money donors. They are all owned by lobbyists, unions, lawyers, gigantic environmental organizations, and multinational corporations - like Big Pharmacy or Big Oil. Or they are owned lock, stock, and barrel by foreigners like George Soros owns Obama or foreign governments own Hillary and their Clinton Foundation donations.

These run-of-the-mill establishment politicians are all puppets owned by big money. But there’s one man who isn’t beholden to anyone There’s one man who doesn’t need foreigners, or foreign governments, or George Soros, or the United Auto Workers, or the teacher’s union, or the Service Employees International Union, or the Bar Association to fund his campaign.

Billionaire tycoon and maverick Donald Trump doesn’t need anyone’s help.

That means he doesn’t care what the media says. He doesn’t care what the corporate elites think. That makes him very dangerous to the entrenched interests. That makes Trump a huge threat to those people. Trump can ruin everything for the bribed politicians and their spoiled slave masters.

Don’t you ever wonder why the GOP has never tried to impeach Obama? Don’t you wonder why John Boehner and Mitch McConnell talk a big game, but never actually try to stop Obama? Don’t you wonder why Congress holds the purse strings, yet has never tried to de-fund Obamacare or Obama’s clearly illegal executive action on amnesty for illegal aliens? Bizarre, right? It defies logic, right?

First, I’d guess many key Republicans are being bribed.

Secondly, I believe many key Republicans are being blackmailed. Whether they are having affairs, or are secretly gay, or stealing taxpayer money, the National Security Agency knows everything.

Ask former House Speaker Dennis Hastert about that. The government even knew he was withdrawing large sums of his own money from his own bank account. The NSA, the SEC, the IRS, and all the other three-letter government agencies are watching every Republican political leader. They surveil everything.

Thirdly, many Republicans are petrified of being called racists, so they are scared to ever criticize Obama or call out his crimes, let alone demand his impeachment.

Fourth, why rock the boat? After defeat or retirement, if you’re a good old boy, you’ve got a $5 million-per-year lobbying job waiting. The big-money interests have the system gamed. Win or lose, they win.

But Trump doesn’t play by any of these rules. Trump breaks up this nice, cozy relationship between big government, big media, and big business. All the rules are out the window if Trump wins the Presidency. The other politicians will protect Obama and his aides but not Trump.

Remember: Trump is the guy who publicly questioned Obama’s birth certificate. He questioned Obama’s college records and how a mediocre student got into an Ivy League university. Now, he’s doing something no Republican has the chutzpah to do. He’s questioning our relationship with Mexico; he’s questioning why the border is wide open; he’s questioning why no wall has been built across the border; he’s questioning if allowing millions of illegal aliens into America is in our best interests; he’s questioning why so many illegal aliens commit violent crimes, yet are not deported; and he’s questioning why our trade deals with Mexico, Russia and China are so bad.

Trump has the audacity to ask out loud why American workers always get the short end of the stick. Good question! I’m certain Trump will question what happened to the almost billion dollars given in a rigged no-bid contract to college friends of Michelle Obama at foreign companies to build the defective Obamacare website. By the way, that tab is now up to $5 billion. Trump will ask if Obamacare’s architects can be charged with fraud for selling it by lying. Trump will investigate Obama’s widespread IRS conspiracy, not to mention Obama’s college records. Trump will prosecute Clinton and Obama for fraud committed to cover up Benghazi before the election. How about the fraud committed by employees of the Labor Department when they made up dramatic job numbers in the last jobs report before the 2012 election?

Obama, the multinational corporations and the media need to stop Trump. They recognize this could get out of control. If left unchecked, telling the raw truth and asking questions everyone else is afraid to ask, Trump could wake a sleeping giant. Trump’s election would be a nightmare. Obama has committed many crimes. No one else but Trump would dare to prosecute. He will not hesitate. Once Trump gets in and gets a look at the cooked books and Obama’s records, the game is over.

The jig is up. The goose is cooked. Holder could wind up in prison. Jarrett could wind up in prison. Obama bundler Corzine could wind up in prison for losing $1.5 billion of customer money. Clinton could wind up in jail for deleting 32,000 emails or for accepting bribes from foreign governments while Secretary of State, or for misplacing $6 billion as the head of the State Department, or for lying about Benghazi.

The entire upper level management of the IRS could wind up in prison.

Obamacare will be de-funded and dismantled. Obama himself could wind up ruined, his legacy in tatters. Trump will investigate. Trump will prosecute. Trump will go after everyone involved. That’s why the dogs of hell have been unleashed on Donald Trump.

Yes, it’s become open season on Donald Trump. The left and the right are determined to attack his policies, harm his businesses, and, if possible, even keep him out of the coming debates. But they can’t silence him. And they sure can’t intimidate him. The more they try, the more the public will realize that he’s the one telling the truth.

So there you go, an idea of what *might* happen, not so much a factual post, but one that the Dems and RINOs can’t call a lie, just a really good supposition.

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22 Responses to An Interesting take on Donald Trump

  1. wildbill says:

    Damn sure something to think about.

  2. BobF says:

    The first two paragraphs brought something to remembrance.

    Remember Sec of Commerce Ron Brown under Bill Clinton? Remember during an investigation he said if his son goes down, others are going to go down too. Ron Brown died in an airplane crash in Croatia in a Air Force plane. The Air Force changed its initial findings on the cause of the crash, blaming crew error. A co-worker of mine at the time of the accident personally knew that aircrew as he’s flown with them numerous times and into that airport. When he heard the findings, he yelled “BULLSHIT” as he said that crew was too experienced to commit the type of error they were blamed for.

    Bottom line is: If they want you, they’re going to get you and collateral damage means nothing.

  3. Richard says:

    According to Snopes….

    The above-quoted essay was not written by Bill Bennett. It was originally posted on the web site Reality News Media on 17 September 2015 and circulated for several weeks with no attribution attached to it. It wasn’t until mid-November 2015 that Bill Bennett’s named started to appear alongside the title in an apparent attempt to lend credibility to the essay.

    Bennett’s views on Donald Trump are not in line with those expressed in the essay. While the unknown author writes that Trump would make a good President since he is self-funded and does not play by the rules, Bennett said in an interview with Sean Hannity that he was not okay with a Trump presidency:

    • TexasFred says:

      Did you miss my disclaimer?

      Here is another one of those things I receive via email from time to time. I hope you enjoy it and the perspective it offers. I did NOT write this, what I find online when looking for citation is a bit sketchy, Snopes says it’s FALSE and that makes me want to post it even more.

      Or did you just feel it necessary to take me to task on something?

      In case you didn’t know, I don’t give 2 shits about what Snopes says, they are the most lop-sided, Libber loving sites on the ‘net…

  4. dekare says:

    This is something I have been thinking about for some time, and brought it up a few weeks ago on several of my comments on not only this blog, but others. That if they cannot stop Trump, they will try to kill him.

    He is owned by no one, and cannot be controlled, bought or intimidated, as mentioned in the article. By comparison to most politicians, Trump has led a pretty squeaky clean life. I know this for the simply fact, that if there was any dirt on Trump, we would have read about by now.

    They are all scared of Trump, and for We The People, that’s a good thing, and I say, “About damn time”! After all, when the people fear the govt, there is tyranny, when the govt fears the people, there is liberty. We The People have been taking it in wallet for far too long. Trump is putting his life on the line to bring about a change, not a change to our republic, like obama wants, but a change BACK to what our Founding Fathers had set up for us.

    The least we could do for someone who is risking his life for our benefit… vote for him. For once, I would love to see our politicians as upset over what is going on, like they have upset us over what they have been doing to us for years. It’s time to put We The People back in charge.

    • Ron Stabb says:

      I agree.

      • dekare says:

        Also, the rumor of JFK’s death is that he had plans of doing away with the federal reserve, and their response to that was Dallas.

        Conspiracy theories about. But you’re not crazy if it’s true.

        The killing of political figures started 10 seconds after political figures were invented. History is filled to the brim with unpopular leaders meeting an untimely demise. It is in the human condition to kill. And last I check, we are human.

  5. Petermc3 says:

    Keep in mind the man who wrote “The Book of Virtues” is the same Bill Bennett who not too many years later went bust in Las Vegas.” Don’t feel too bad for the prick since, as a denizen of the Beltway, he’s doing just fine.

  6. Gary K says:

    I suspect what galls the Elite most is that Trump and his followers are having so darn much fun while they are pissing-off the Establishment.

  7. dekare says:

    It does my heart good to see them panicking like they are. Now they know what we have been feeling for years.

  8. NativeSon says:

    Pretty good lip-syncing…

  9. OregonBuzz says:

    John F. Kennedy had a similar distancing autonomy from the “establishment” Democrat Progressives. In fact, he publicly disavowed any acceptance or embrace of that philosophy.
    “I’d be very happy to tell them I’m not a liberal at all.” — John F. Kennedy, 1953
    “The thing that’s very important to remember about the president was that he was not, in the most marked way, he was not a member of the modern, Democratic, liberal group. He had real—contempt I’m afraid is the right word—for the members of that group in the Senate, or most of them…What he disliked—and here again we’ve often talked about it—was the sort of posturing, attitude-striking, never getting anything done liberalism…This viewpoint was completely foreign to Kennedy, and he regarded it with genuine contempt. He really was—contemptuous is the right word for it. He was contemptuous of that attitude in American life.” Joseph Alsop – 1964
    Kennedy’s actions—his tax cuts, his domestic spending restraint, his military buildup, his pro-growth economic policy, his emphasis on free trade and a strong dollar, and his foreign policy driven by the idea that America had a God-given mission to defend freedom—made him, by the standards of both his time and our own, a conservative.
    In my own personal opinion, Kennedy was the victim of an internal coup. Lee Harvey Oswald was a red herring. The pathologist at Parkman Hospital stated in his report that the wound on the rear of Kennedy’s skull was an exit wound. In fact he wrote a whole book about the circumstances of Kennedy’s death.
    I think Mr. Trump had best watch his back trail. After all there is a long list of people who were involved with or close to the Clintons who died under unusual circumstances. Just a thought.

    • Ron Stabb says:

      I was ten when Kennedy was assassinated. I remember my parents and parents of my friends had their spirits lifted when he was elected. Kennedy built a momentum in the county of high hopes. The space race was pretty cool to me. Kennedy’s goal of a man on the moon within the decade gave people a goal.
      I remember the day he was assassinated like it was yesterday. To me the whole world changed that day and it did. Not for the better.
      So this guy Trump comes along and stirs up the political shit-pot. I’m loving every minute of it, something is going on.

      • TexasFred says:

        Pretty much hits MY Kennedy feelings dead on, no pun intended…

        Trump probably isn’t Kennedy but he’s damned sure different and he brings a whole new perspective, and after 2 terms of Barack O’Dumbass I have NO problem with accepting Trump…

        • Ron Stabb says:

          I’m liking Trump more every day. I can’t wait to wake up and read the wild shit he says day after day.
          He’s got the pussy Republican elites on the run.

      • OregonBuzz says:

        I do too. I was an Engineering Technician working on the start up phase of the Apollo project at North American Aviation (now Rockwell) when we got the news. Not much got done that day.

  10. Wayne says:

    Too many people who seemed to know what was going on behind the scenes are now dead. I don’t like to think about what would happen if there was an attempt, successful or not on Trumps’ life. The thought that goes through my head tells me it would confirm what a lot of us are thinking. We are going to be overtaken soon and it will be in the name of national security. Thank you O.B. for the Kennedy information. I was a sophmore in high school when he was killed and didn’t have the interest in politics that I now have.

  11. mystere says:

    Interesting what Snopes ran, isn’t it Fred? I have this suspicion that the libtards at Snopes are quaking and dumping in their Depends, knowing that Trump might and likely will spank their She-monkey Hildebeest Clinton. I hope they feel the pain of the burn when the Hildebeest Sandbaggers ticket gets smoked at the polls this November.

  12. Petermc3 says:

    I was 13 when the lifeblood of this nation drained, the day JFK was done in. The sense of loss and for boding was palpable. I delivered newspapers at 5:30 am each morning, six days a week, and read the paper from front to back every day. Although not at all politically saavy I was somewhat well informed as to what was going on politically. Back then the newspapers were essentially neutral and even pro-american, as I recall. In 1964 the liberal dogs of war were unleashed While Au H2O was trumpeted every where by the adults in my world the press and newsreaders cut Goldwater off at the knees. Fifty years later its deja vu all over again.

    • Ron Stabb says:

      Auh2o. I had to look that up. From what I remember of Goldwater at ten, the modern day version of him would be Sanders.

      • Mary Anne Harper says:

        I was in high school in the library when we heard of Kennedy’s death and watched the funeral with tears in my eyes. Yes, that was a different time in America.

  13. dekare says:

    If obama ever dies, I am sure I too will have tears in my eyes while watching his funeral.

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