Trump is no Longer Hitler, but Just an Incompetent Fool

Speaking for the alt-right, we’re not giving up our Glorious Trumpenfuher memes. Let the normies believe what they will, but our Glorious Leader is invincible.

Excerpt from Scott Adams Blog

Today we are witnessing one of the most important events in political history. But you probably can’t see it because the news is talking about healthcare, and how Ryan and Trump totally failed to get enough votes.

The real story is happening in parallel with the healthcare story, and that’s what renders it invisible. Something enormous is happening that has nothing to do with anything you are seeing in the news. In fact, you’ll probably read it here for the first time.

I’m dragging this out to see if you can guess the big news before I tell you. It is something I predicted would happen. It is something the country needs MORE than healthcare. It was, until yesterday, perceived as the biggest problem in the United States, if not the entire world.

And that problem almost totally went away yesterday. The smell might linger, but the problem has ended. We should be celebrating, but instead we will be yammering about healthcare.

Do you know what problem just got solved? It’s invisible for now, but later everyone will be able to see it.

Don’t see it?

Okay, I’ll just tell you.

With the failure of the Ryan healthcare bill, the illusion of Trump-is-Hitler has been fully replaced with Trump-is-incompetent meme. Look for the new meme to dominate the news, probably through the summer. By year end, you will see a second turn, from incompetent to “Competent, but we don’t like it.”

I have been predicting this story arc for some time now. So far, we’re ahead of schedule.

In the 2D world, where everything is just the way it looks, and people are rational, Trump and Ryan failed to improve healthcare. But in the 3D world of persuasion, Trump just had one of the best days any president ever had: He got promoted from Hitler to incompetent. And that promotion effectively defused the Hitler-hallucination bomb that was engineered by the Clinton campaign.

In all seriousness, the Trump-is-Hitler illusion was the biggest problem in the country, and maybe the world. It was scaring people to the point of bad health. It made any kind of political conversation impossible. It turned neighbors and friends against each other in a way we have never before seen. It was inviting violence, political instability, and worse.

In my opinion, the Trump-is-Hitler hallucination was the biggest short-term problem facing the country. Congress just solved for it, albeit unintentionally. Watch the opposition news abandon the Trump-is-scary concept to get all over the “incompetent” theme.

No one wants an incompetent president, but calling the other side a bunch of bumblers is routine politics. We just went from an extraordinary risk (Trump=Hitler) to ordinary politics (The other side=incompetent). Ordinary politics won’t spark a revolution or make you punch a coworker. This is a good day for all of us. It just doesn’t look that way because the news is distracting you with the healthcare issue, which is also important, but a full level down in importance from electing Hitler (in your mind).

On Sunday, Drudge featured a link to this New York Times opinion piece by Maureen Dowd. In it she took up the theme that Trump is an incompetent boob out of his league in the White House.

Trump Tweet Said to Watch Judge Janine Who Then Said that Paul Ryan Needs to Step Down as Speaker of the House

Paul Ryan is garbage. An honorable man would step down as Speaker of the House. Judge Janine explains why.

news.com.au

PRESIDENT Donald Trump tweeted for his followers to watch a Fox News show. Its presenter called for a top Republican official to be sacked. Is this execution via Trump tweet?

President Trump had placed his faith in Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan to build a workable replacement for ‘Obamacare’, the national health insurance plan that has been in Republican sights since its inception.

He had just one job to do.

And, as far as the president was concerned, it was a done deal.

The Trump-branded proposal, however, fell dead at the doors of Congress.

Despite having a clear majority, House Republican leaders failed to win enough support from their own members for the replacement legislation to even be put to a vote.

“He had been told that everything was under control, the leadership could deliver, he didn’t have to pay too much attention, come in at the very end and close the deal. And it got to be a total mess,” high profile Republican powerbroker Newt Gingrich told Sean Hannity on Fox News yesterday.

“I can guarantee you that if this had been one of his hotels, one of his buildings, one of his golf courses, there’d be a lot of personnel changes tonight. And I think what you’re gonna see is that he’s gonna rethink how he’s going to approach the Congress based on this outcome. Because it was so totally, utterly unacceptable.”

President Trump asked us to watch. Heh, heh. The master troll strikes again.

Angry over U.S. healthcare fail, Trump voters spare him blame

Excerpt from Reuters

The day after the flaming out of U.S. President Donald Trump’s first major legislative initiative, his supporters across America were lashing out – at conservatives, at Democrats, at leaders of his Republican Party in Congress.

Only Trump himself was spared their wrath.

Many voters who elected him appeared largely willing to give him a pass on the collapse of his campaign promise to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system, stressing his short time in office.

“Being a businessman, he’ll not take ‘no’ for an answer,” said Tony Nappi, a 71-year-old from Trinity, Florida, one of the many disappointed Republicans on his weekend softball team. “He’ll get the job done.”

Support for Trump appeared unflagging, from the playing fields of a Republican stronghold in central Florida to the small town diners of North Carolina, the suburbs of Arkansas and the streets of working-class Staten Island in New York City.

Rebellion among members of his own party sealed the failure of Trump’s effort to repeal and replace the 2010 Affordable Care Act – known as Obamacare – the signature domestic policy achievement of Democratic former President Barack Obama.

Despite casting himself on the campaign trail as “the best dealmaker there is”, Trump could not save the healthcare bill yanked by Republican leaders in the House of Representatives on Friday in an embarrassing turn of events for them and Trump. Objections among Republican moderates and the party’s most conservative lawmakers left leaders short of the votes needed for passage, with Democrats unified in opposition.

“He can’t wave a magic wand,” said Ramona Bourdo, 70, a retired nurse, eating breakfast at a McDonald’s in suburban Little Rock, Arkansas. “I’ve not lost confidence in him.”

Still, the barista at the Grind Cafe in Morganton, North Carolina, who cannot afford his own insurance and remains on his parents’ plan, felt Trump shared responsibility in the debacle.

“I think it’s partially his fault,” said Joel Martin, a 21-year-old Republican and Trump supporter. “I don’t think he has enough personal knowledge to do what he needs to do to get a healthcare bill through Congress.”

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His hometown, population 17,000, sits within the heavily rural congressional district of Representative Mark Meadows, a North Carolina Republican whose opposition as the head of the conservative House Freedom Caucus helped sink the bill.

Sharing in the frustration of loyal Republicans was 82-year-old Jeanette Madison, a registered independent in the New York City borough of Staten Island, who voted for Trump.

“I blame the Democrats and Republicans in Congress. They are a bunch of bastards. I’m just fed up,” she said, apologizing for colorful language as she walked her dog down a city street.

LESSONS TO LEARN

In Florida’s Pasco County, where Trump’s stronger-than-expected showing helped to seal his victory in the largest U.S. battleground state, some fans seized on the silver lining.

Neighbors Patti Niehaus, a Democrat, and Margie Hahne, a Republican, agreed that Trump may have needed last week’s crash course in governing, having never before held elected office.

“You can’t just go and tell people what to do like he’s used to doing,” said Hahne, 74. “Trump’s got to learn a lot.”

Let Trump handle Ryan as he sees fit. The most effective tactic at our disposal is to create anger toward (((Chuck Schumer))) and Nancy Pelosi.

France’s Le Pen Meets Putin on Russian Visit, Seeks Friendship Not Cold War

Quick! Somebody do something about Marine Le Pen. She must be a Russian spy or something.

How can she sit there across the table from the new Hitler. Shocking! Disgusting!

Burn her at the stake like Joan of Arc.

express.co.uk

MARINE Le Pen has pledged to ditch what she calls “the Cold War politics of the west” as she reiterated her support for both Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.

he poll-storming Front National leader met with Vladimir Putin in Moscow in her highest profile diplomatic visit since announcing her campaign for the French presidency.

And while meeting with the former Soviet strongman she committed to working with Russia and the US President to do away with the Cold War rivalries of the past.

She said: “I don’t see any good reason to engage in a Cold War in any form.

“Russia as well as the US is a great power.

“It’s very important for France to build up balanced relations with both of these countries.

“I think we could do that with Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump.”

She went on to claim it was time to drop trade sanctions against Russia, which were introduced by the EU after Putin moved troops to annex the Ukrainian province of Crimea.

Ms Le Pen told RT: “The priority is to allow cooperation between Russia and France, not only in culture but also in business and strategic cooperation such as in the fight against ISIS and also in energy.

France shouldn’t put limits on itself when it comes to improving relations with Russia.

“First of all, we should lift the sanctions [against Russia] that actually have been forced upon us by the European Union.”

It comes after claims Putin may meddle in the French election following allegations he helped Donald Trump ascend to the White House.

Ms Le Pen added: “I hear all the time French president Hollande talking about it, but I have never seen any proof to these accusations.

“At the same time, I see that Hollande does not ask the US for explanations, although it turned out the CIA eavesdropped on some European leaders and the 2012 candidates for the French presidential elections.

“I think we should stop this policy of double standards – this is what creates a sense of injustice not only for Russian people, but for many nations worldwide.”

Wow! There’s somebody running for office who doesn’t want to have World War III with Russia.

Make her your new president, France.

Report: FBI Did Wiretap Trump Tower in Search of Evidence of Russian Money Laundering

Recall from decades ago the strategy called the “limited hangout.”

Allegedly, this was the strategy used by the Nixon administration in regard to the Watergate affair.

You reveal a little of the least damaging aspects of the truth to cover yourself from more serious charges.

You can view the following story about FBI surveillance however you like, but I view it as an FBI limited hangout, designed to cover criminal wrongdoing by the FBI.

Excerpt from RT.com

The FBI did spy on Donald Trump’s flagship high-rise in New York while looking for Russians, but the operation took place four years ago and not during the 2016 presidential campaign, according to a report by ABC News.

Federal agents spied on what they described as an “international money laundering, sports gambling and extortion ring” that operated out of unit 63A in Trump Tower between 2011 and 2013, ABC News reported Tuesday. The surveillance resulted in more than 30 indictments in April 2013.

The apartment used by the suspects was just three floors below Trump’s own penthouse residence, but the FBI investigation did not implicate or involve the real-estate tycoon who would go on to become the 45th US president, according to ABC.

Rather, the investigation focused on Trump Tower resident Vadim Trincher, who eventually pleaded guilty to racketeering charges and is due to be released from prison in July.

The ultimate target of the FBI operation was Alimzhan Tursunovich Tokhtakhounov, also known as “Taiwanchik,” suspected of bringing into the US more than $50 million in profits from illegal gambling. The money came from Russia, Ukraine and other countries, and was laundered through shell companies and banks based in Cyprus, Mike Gaeta, the lead agent in the FBI probe, told ABC in 2014.

The Uzbekistan-born mobster had already been indicted for trying to fix figure-skating competitions at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. Tokhtakhounov escaped arrest, however, and has not been caught since despite Interpol’s “red notice.”

I almost forgot the J word, which is Jews. I strongly suspect that the “Russian” mobster at the heart of this story is part of the Jewish mafia. That would explain how he’s been able to escape capture for over a decade.

White House Reporter Has Biggest Story in the World Right Now (Video)

I’m posting two videos made within the last day by former Breitbart White House reporter Lee Stranahan. Both are rambling.

Stranahan believes he has the story that can bring an end to the Deep State. It revolves around Deep State criminality related to the DNC refusing to allow the FBI to examine DNC computers, which were allegedly hacked by the Russians.

Stranahan’s videos are hard to follow.

This comment at GLP describes the top video in a nutshell:

The public deservers to know why the FBI did not get access to the DNC servers when such a “serious” crime was supposedly committed by the Russians.

The Russians supposedly hacked the DNC servers, “threatening our democracy” —- yet the FBI was not permitted to look at the servers?

THIS STINKS TO HIGH HEAVEN.

And another, slightly longer, summary:

He wrote a 3400 word article on Brietbart about how the FBI was denied access (multiple times) to the DNC servers that were supposedly hacked by Russia…

AND an outside company, Crowdstryke, at the hands of an ex-FBI agent, and a Russian born guy, were the ones who investigated the server, and reported to the FBI.

His boss, gave him the green-light to publish the article, but told him to stay away from the Whitehouse, ie; don’t ask Sean Spicer about the topic.

And he’s pissed

Here’s the link to the Breitbart article by Stranahan that implicitly calls FBI Director Comey a crook.

The second video below was made after Stranahan’s decision to quit Breitbart news. It goes over more of the same territory.

However, Stranhan brings up George Soros’ control of Macedonia. Stranahan says that he intends to travel to Macedonia to try to dig up incriminating information on the role that Soros is playing in bringing down President Trump.

Stranahan was featured at two conspiracy theory sites yesterday. Both of them offer some background to the story that the former White House reporter believes can break the back of the Deep State.

Context at The Gateway Pundit

More context at Zerohedge

A commenter on one of these sites has sent the first video to President Trump, where he hopefully will watch and act.

Tucker Destroys a Liberal Open Borders Jew Promoting Sanctuary Cities (Video)

The Baltimore liberal Jew Cohen thinks that Americans are Nazis if they want to see immigration law enforced. His grandparents narrowly avoided being turned into lampshades, you see.

Another good job by Tucker Carlson, although as you might guess he does not confront the Jewishness of his guest in this video.

The segment on illegal immigration takes up the first 20 minutes of this 37 minute long video.