The greatest historical parallel between fascism and Communism is that both ideologies were exceeding efficient at one common practice: demonizing all opposition, threatening political opponents, by accusing nonconformists of what the very establishment did themselves: deceive, manipulate and seize control under false pretenses. These regimes and their supporters relied on inciting mob justice, mass hysteria, because their radical agenda and slanderous ploys would inevitably self-destruct under the legitimate scrutiny of rational thought: i.e., free speech and due process. The theatricality of fear and fabrication are powerful allies in the red fog of political assassination.
Enter Donald Trump, a brash and ruthlessly mocked entrepreneur, who ran on a populist platform of putting ‘America First’ by reforming a septic establishment and challenging the filtered of media. His victory so shocked the status quo – those who refused to take accountability for, let alone acknowledge, 8 years of failure, corruption and rampant anti-Americanism – they immediately sought to discredit his policies, or more succinctly, torpedo his presidency by any means necessary; that lone circling shark who poses the biggest threat to the globalist agenda and their monopoly on the perversion of the truth. Rather than embracing the fact Trump created more manufacturing jobs in 5 months than Obama lost during his entire tenure (300,000), that an unapologetic capitalist immediately created monthly budget surpluses in lieu of a redistributing socialist who doubled our nation debt, and illegal border crossings fell by roughly 70% by simply enforcing the law, elected adults became petulant children obsessed with petty vendettas and concocting sensational allegations of impropriety, instead of honorably serving their country and the Constitution they swore to uphold.
As a result of the President’s immediate success and tireless work ethic, a culture of disinformation quickly ensued to cloud public perception of a competent, adept leader. The common sense necessity of border security became a bellwether of racism, a constitutional travel ban issued by previous presidents invoked hollow cries of xenophobia, successful job creation and revitalized industry were reported as corporate greed, affordable healthcare without penalized mandates became a mandatory death sentence, and truth became fiction as mere suggestion “supplanted” honesty. In essence, the same “unbiased” press and conspiring Democratic party that tried to destroy his candidacy with numerous unsubstantiated charges of sexual misconduct just weeks before the election – smearing a known billionaire who was never formally charged or served with a civil suit by any accuser before his candidacy – revealed just how incestuously toxic they were by openly declaring war on the very man who so effortlessly exposed their blatant hypocrisy, infantile games and ill-conceived policies.
Because perception is often more powerful than reality, this entire Russian Conspiracy fiasco was hatched by the suddenly unemployed think tank of one extremely bitter Hillary Rodham Clinton; the very pay-to-play, “what does it matter”, Goldman Sachs advocate of the poor who is still in utter disbelief as to how a politically incorrect, patriotic CEO somehow survived an orchestrated media firestorm, an avalanche of sordid celebrity rants, death threats from naked feminists and Black Lives Matter, attempts by the DHS to hack the electoral databases of multiple states, and a community organizer’s final hour plea to illicit votes from illegal immigrants. Character assassination, voter fraud, funded protests and political witch hunts intended to overturn an undesirable election result? The concept of guilt is always subjective when proof is a Nancy Pelosi press conference and the liberal litmus of “intent” never installs a private server in a bathroom, deletes 33,000 “non-classified” emails, destroys government property, and religiously lies about it for posterity’s sake. Apparently manslaughter is now an imaginary crime because falling asleep at wheel requires a crosswalk full of irresponsible children.
And then there was the curious case of James Comey; a registered Democrat with documented financial ties to the Clintons who testified to Congress there was no proof of Russian election tampering. After being fired for failing to stop a waterfall of leaks or earnestly investigate the numerous indiscretions of Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration, he somehow produced a three month-old “memo” less than a week after being relieved of his duties. Although withholding such information is a prosecutable crime in itself, this revelation is a disturbing reminder of how the Deep State mindset has enabled a hyper-partisan climate in which the rules increasingly only apply to one side of the aisle; i.e., those who make us feel “uncomfortable” or offend our fragile sensibilities. Perhaps this is why the FBI or anti-Trump Congressional hoard showed absolutely no concern when the Washington Post celebrates yet another leaked rumor going viral in a vile attempt to convict a President without regard to truth or context. The end always justifies the means when there are no consequences in the aftermath of animosity: to injure with extreme prejudice.
While I’d love to dismiss the schizophrenic delusions of scheming despots, I cannot in good conscience. First of all, expressing your hope that a good man and career civil servant would be exonerated is neither illegal nor unreasonable. It is a simple affirmation that pales in comparison to Bill Clinton privately meeting with Loretta Lynch on a tarmac to shield his wife from prosecution, or Barack Obama telling his former Attorney General to Plead the Fifth to conceal the true nature of his Iranian dealings. Second, just because some leftover Obama loyalists have been duped by salacious propaganda into believing Donald Trump is the physical manifestation of Satan, doesn’t give subordinates the right to divulge national secrets or reinvent the rules of confidentiality. Unlike those planted saboteurs within his administration, our Chief Executive has the authority to share information, classified or not, with any foreign leader that he deems worthy or relevant to the best interests of the county. Regardless, the only thing “classified” about ISIS is showing the civilized world where to annihilate the true embodiment of evil; a target Barack Obama gladly painted on America’s back every single day of his presidency.
Contrary to the relentless conditioning of progressive programming, if any President or administrative appointment was going to be indicted, dare I say impeached, it was the corrosive elements with the Obama administration; those agents allowed to act with reckless impunity beneath the gloating applause of network news and the complicit silence of our intelligence community. Unfortunately for fans of equal opportunity and due diligence, no mysterious memos magically appeared to sooth hurt feelings or suggest guilt in the kangaroo court of public opinion.
When the goal is to turn molehills into mountain ranges, turn the most innocent sentiments or routine duties into imaginary impeachable offenses, nothing will satiate the foaming lynch mob; those juvenile malcontents who embarked on a path of political sabotage to demonize a man from the very inception of his nomination. Sadly, the crass and profane behavior of media personalities, politicians and everyday citizens has not only become acceptable in contemporary circles, it is a blaring reminder of how far “We the People” have fallen as a society. America was founded upon the nonnegotiable ideals of individual liberty; a free republic that demanded open and constructive discourse from its elected officials to find lasting solutions to our most daunting challenges. Instead of a government defined by mutual respect and compromise, Washington has regressed into a street hustle where a sizable but growing faction of whining adolescents incessantly connive and conspire to seize power by any means possible. To these malignant souls, the welfare of the country and the people are mere afterthoughts, impressionable and expendable pawns to be sacrificed in their insatiable lust to control and humiliate their most hated adversaries.
Other than the obvious waste of taxpayer resources, I openly welcome the appointment of Robert Mueller as special investigator because I have little doubt his findings will confirm the truth: that current political misappropriation that starves the fascist engine of ignorance and paranoia. Ironically, as the masses are forced to digest hourly catcalls of impeachment and “scandal”, DNC lawyers are currently arguing in court as to why they had the right to repeatedly lie to their electorate, rig their primaries to defeat Bernie Sanders, and fraudulently secure the nomination for the most corrupt candidate in American history. And yet these are the duplicitous snakes accusing Donald Trump of such grotesque wrongdoing. Democrats and the vengeful remnants of Never Trumpers know they do not have the necessary votes to impeach the President, or the required majority to initiate proceedings, but the persistent stigma of scandal is far more damaging than its eventual resolution.
Rather, their overriding mission is to magnify the manufactured appearance of impropriety in order to deflect from any meaningful accomplishments and thus weaken his reelection chances in 2020. By endlessly beating the drum of Russian tampering and feasting off mere inference from orchestrated classified leaks, the Red armies of intolerance will vilify and dehumanize the one individual whose unyielding nature exposed just how corrupt, divisive and destructive the media/political establishment has become to the survival of America’s founding creed: life, liberty and justice without undue government interference.
I have long feared America was on the downside of history, but the unhinged behavior of political terrorists has confirmed we’re spiraling towards our own self-imposed demise. While critics will denounce my assertions as presumptive and pretentious, I pose one final sociological proof. If Democrats held healthy majorities in both Congressional houses, Donald Trump would have been impeached before his sixth month in office; not for any egregious crime or unprecedented action, but for winning an election…a singular event that has revealed how detached, dangerous and viscous the modern left has become. Democracy and intellectual diversity are obviously too much of a burden to bear, so screaming tantrums, public tribunals and cultural anarchy are now the preferred charities of enlightened progressives.