Donald Trump is the Instrument of America’s Wrath

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Looking back over past Presidential elections I have to say again that the Trump phenomenon is nothing else like I have ever seen and that includes the 1980 Ronald Reagan “revolution”. Reagan was the expression of love of country and a belief in American ideals. Trump on the other hand, while having heavy elements of patriotism in his following, is NOT a campaign of love, but of a furious and wrathful anger that he has managed to focus like a 9-year-old with a magnifying glass over an ant hill, and American voters are loving it.

To say ‘this time is different’ would be a grotesque understatement.

Hillary attracts a crowd of between 200-300 in a high school gymnasium somewhere in Iowa while Trump packs in 7,000+ with an additional few thousand standing in the rain for over three hours, and STAYED (in the rain) for an additional hour to just hear his speech, while standing outside. Did I mention they did this in the rain? Yeah, it sure is different this time.

Donald Trump’s speech was disrupted a few times by BLM troublemakers who were immediately shouted down and physically thrown out of the venue, all to the cheers of the audience, and with the end result of their tantrums being only a more invigorated and determined crowd.

Yeah, this time is very different with White Republican women the angriest of all demographics. This is all uncharted territory for everybody.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    After 15 years of bumbling and humiliation, of course voters are angry.

  • I would not paraphrase it as angry. I would say, fed-up beyond belief.

    And in typical fashion the media pulls the race card out of their collective rectum to explain yet another issue.

    After nearly two terms of Obama’s intentional destruction of the American experiment, a wide spectrum of citizens are disgusted.

    Obama and the democrats (for not properly vetting him) deserve what they get at the next election. I hope it is a political blood bath.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Oh, I’d call it angry.
      Nothing wrong with that, it’s a righteous anger, but it’s 100% anger none-the-less.
      Trump is the right bull for the right china shop.

      • Excellent expression.

        It needs to be on a bumper sticker.

        That’s the best one I’ve heard in a long time. I will use it if you don’t mind.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          I hope you make a million!
          I was inspired by a conservative pundit that recently described Trump as “a bull that travels with his own china shop” and my thought was that we are a china shop that could use a “bull” right about now, to help with a bit of light cleaning.

          • I have already used it with a “progressive” neighbor.

            He seldom responds to my intellectual jabs. This got him thinking.

  • Clink9

    Donny has the hose and this town needs an enema.

  • Xavier

    The most intelligent and enlightened President in history
    surrounded by the most virtuous and impartial administration
    teamed with the most diligent and trustworthy Congress ever

    Ungrateful wretches!

    • barryjr

      You forgot transparent.

  • El Martyachi

    How possible is it that he WON’T get the GOP nomination?

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      We will see after Super Tuesday, but at this clip, he’s unassailable, but we will see, things can always change.
      If he gets to the convention and the GOPe try any shenanigans, his supporters will dismantle that place brick by brick.
      He COULD go third party and still win at this rate, if he keeps on.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        How can the GOPe, (what does the e stand for?) ignore the size of the Trump rallies compared with the Clinton rallies?
        It should be, ‘You know what guys, we got a winner here. Give him the keys.’

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          GOPe = G.O.P. establishment

          I am beginning to suspect that they would rather Hillary Clint win the election, rather than let trump win fair and square.
          Remember, the establishment in both parties exists to keep the donors happy, and establishment candidates for the last few elections are really not all that different from one another.
          Both sides are being bribed by the same people.
          It’s like being able to simultaneously bet red and black at the same time, while the cost is a penny but the pay off is still a dollar.
          At that point, it doesn’t much matter if it’s red or black, just as he’ll as its not green, and Trump is the green this year.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            And Trump knows how that game is played.
            Even if he wins and nothing changes in that regard you’re still better off than with the others.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Yes, I believe we are much better off.
            Better an honest amateur than a corrupted “pro”.

    • barryjr

      The GOP bigwigs are pulling out every sleazy trick they can to make sure he doesn’t win.

    • Minicapt

      Someone would have to begin the background checks on Don John that were never done on Obambi.


  • FactsWillOut

    …and the very next article there is a Hillary puff piece.

    Here’s another puff piece:

  • Everyone Else

    The NBC sponsored study was designed to elicit anger, and NBC wants Hillary to win. MSNBC is basically the White House press organ.

    They did this study to amplify the image of angry whitey so as to enrage hispanics and blacks and feed the politics of divisiveness.