One of the best newspapers in the world, the Financial Times reported: Trump’s candidacy is not built on paper. It’s built on a big momentum campaign. We don’t know whether it is long-lived or shortlived.”

They’re right, they don’t know because the media is a big part of the problem.
A person close to the Clinton campaign says his “biggest strength” is unpredictability. He has also demonstrated a willingness to go for the jugular, branding Mrs Clinton “Crooked Hillary” or sometimes “Lyin’, crooked Hillary”. Unpredictability is another way of admitting they don’t know what Trump will do next. They just don’t know.

But a lot of the people know. They know government has been distracted from protecting everyone to protecting a favorite few. Government protects the minorities, not everyone. Government especially Obama protects the LBGT’s in the bathrooms while ignoring the rest of us.

What about the majority of us? Trump showed up. He’s for us. We like that. We get that but the media and the politicians don’t. They’ve had their way for so long, they don’t know they’re out of touch.

Mitt Romney absolutely doesn’t get Trump. Romney said: “Presidents have an impact on the nature of our nation, and trickle down racism and trickle down bigotry and trickle down misogyny — all of these things are extraordinarily dangerous to the heart and character of America,” Romney said. “I think his comments time and again appeal to the racist tendency that exists in some people and I think that’s dangerous.”
“I’m not sure [Romney] knows what a misogynist is,” Trump responded.

Romney certainly doesnb’t know what the Trump voters know, they are fed up to here with people like Romney who have the illusion of superior knowledge. Romney is one of the leaders like Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell who have all of the attributes of leadership except followers. Mitt, for example doesn’t have the common sense that Muhammad Ali had about race and racism. Muhammud was a proud man. He loved his own race but not other races. He was against inter-marriage. Romney is appalled by someone who doesn’t embrace the Liberal doctrine that anyone who want’s to get married should, regardless of their differences. Muhammad perplexed Romney which is why Romney didn’t appeal to a lot of people. He’s not natural. Trump is. Romney isn’t a leader people want to follow. Trump is. Romney doesn’t get it. Trump does. So do we. Wave goodbye Willard Mitt and get on with your retirement.

Fred on Everything comments thus: “There is a large racial element in the social battleground no matter how much we pretend otherwise.

“Race is only a part of the onrushing disaster. America is no longer a country, but a riot of hostile races, sexes, and political extremes, of self-serving politicians and extractive corporations of the extremely rich who have no attachment to the US. The mild competition between Republicans and Democrats of the Fifties has given way to hard Right and weird Left who bitterly hate each other. They are irreconcilable.

“Somebody has to win. There is neither a desire for compromise nor room for it. Those who regard universities as centers for infantilism, inclusiveness and narcissistic political theater cannot live side by side with those who want rigorous schooling for the qualified. It is one or the other. A belief in free discourse is not compatible with firing people who say things offensive to the sacred sensitives. No happy mean exists between affirmative action and advancement by merit. The ghetto cannot cohabit amicably with the library.” Well stated, Fred.

The recent riots at Trump rallies are due to people like Mitt who empower the feral beasts. Behind the rabble stand people like Mitt, McConnell, Paul Ryan, Dana Perino, Megyn Kelly, the media, New York and Washington and Hollywood, the sanctuary cities crowd, the open-borders crowd, the racial lobbies and etiolated intellectual vapid crowd of academia, Obama and Hillary and the Neocons and Wall Street.

The conflict is between freedom and the dictatorship of the bully minorities, a kind of diversity totalitarianism.

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