Yesterday I re-blogged two article’s suggesting that Donald Trump announced his candidacy as a ruse to help Hillary Clinton secure the title of President of The United States. When a friend first emailed me a link to the article by J.K. Trotter published in the Gawker, I brushed it off as too far-fetched.
However, I recently changed my mind, and I will explain why I doubt Donald Trump’s campaign started as a legit quest for the presidency.
In his own commentary Trump admits people just want to see “how far this goes“, referring of course to his antics, rants, and outright bigotry. If this is the case, then yes, that is correct Donald; you are just like a horrific car accident that everybody slows down to stare at (in a morbid visual search for casualties).
That is my reaction to Donald Trump every time I see him in the news, except he is more like a train wreck that just keeps on crashing, one wagon at a time, and I can’t stop watching, and wondering when the disaster known as the ‘Trump For President Campaign‘ will reach its last baggage wagon?
Donald Trump wrote an open letter to the Onion, published on July 21, 2015. In which he TRiUMPhantly announced, “Admit it: You people want to see just how far this goes, don’t you?” [ 01 ]
He basically calls every person in the United States who watches him on television an idiot.
Trump begins his statement: “”The latest polls are out, and just as I predicted, I’m leading the Republican presidential race by a wide margin. You might be wondering how that could be. After all, it’s hardly been a month since I entered the field and I’ve already alienated America’s largest immigrant population, seen dozens of my high-profile business deals implode one after the other, and publicly insulted a national hero’s military service, all while not offering a single viable policy idea.
“But none of that matters at all, and my candidacy continues to surge forward, because none of you—not a single one of you—can look away. Not even for a second.”
Wow. Just wow.
He continues: “Sure, you can say you oppose me or that you don’t even take me seriously. But let me ask you: How many articles have you read about Ted Cruz lately? How many news segments have you watched on Bobby Jindal? Or Rand Paul?
“But if those stories have the name “Donald Trump” in them, well, look who suddenly can’t get enough.”
Megalomaniac or Propaganda Genius?
“Don’t look me in the eye and tell me you don’t want to stick around and see what that looks like, because you and I both know these [campaign] ads are going to be absolutely incredible. I’ll be standing there projecting my best presidential air, saying “I’m Donald Trump, and I approve this message,” and you won’t be able to take your eyes off it. I can tell you’re practically salivating right now.
“And I’m going to keep riding this fascination, this little fixation you have with me as far as you’ll take me. You know I will.“”
With that being read, I continue my discourse.
I suppose one could argue that the timing of Donald Trump’s announcement as a Republican candidate on June 16, 2015 is mere coincidence that it coincided with Hillary Clinton’s email scandal being reviewed in the courts. Setting that piece of information aside, consider the following observations I have made which bring me to doubt that a man as pampered as The Donald actually wants the 24/7 exhausting job as Commander and Chief, President of the United States.
1). Donald was born with a golden spoon in his mouth.
Trump is a son of Fred Trump, a successful New York City real estate developer. While living in a two-story mock Tudor home on Wareham Place in Jamaica Estates. Trump attended the private Kew-Forest School in Forest Hills, Queens, where Fred Trump, Donald’s father, was a member of the Board of Trustees.
2). Donald dodged fighting for his country.
Trump came of age for the draft during the Vietnam War. Trump was deemed fit for service after a military medical examination in 1966 and was briefly classified as 1-A by a local draft board shortly before his 1968 medical disqualification. Trump attributed his medical deferment to “heel spurs” in both feet, according to a 2015 biographer, but told an Iowa campaign audience he suffered from a spur in one foot, though he could not remember which one.
3). Donald has never had to look for a job.
Trump began his career at his father’s real estate company, Elizabeth Trump and Son. Trump worked for his father’s firm while attending the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and officially joined the company in 1968 upon graduation. In 1971, he was given control of the company, renaming it The Trump Organization. He remains a major figure in United States real estate and a media celebrity
4). Donald’s visions of grandeur often fail.
Four of Trump’s businesses have declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy. According to a report by Forbes in 2011, these were the result of over-leveraged hotel and casino businesses in Atlantic City: Trump’s Taj Mahal (1991), Trump Plaza Hotel (1992), Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts (2004), and Trump Entertainment Resorts (2009). He indicated that other “great entrepreneurs” do the same.
Trumps of New York are movin’ on up… as First Family of America.
My point being, that no way does Trump want to carry the weight of responsibility, nor does he intend on working the long hours required of the president.
Donald’s commentary continues to taunt the American people.
“You absolutely want to know who I’d pick [running mate]. A defeated GOP challenger who hates my guts? Another lunatic billionaire? Maybe my own son, Donald Trump Jr.? Whatever your wildest expectation is, I promise you I will surpass it. You’re not going to pass up an opportunity to see that, are you?
“I can tell you’re practically salivating right now. And I’m going to keep riding this fascination, this little fixation you have with me as far as you’ll take me. You know I will.”
Here come’s the clincher comment.
“So don’t try to tell me you’d be just as happy to watch one of these other bozos go toe-to-toe with Hillary Clinton...
“Don’t think it’s true? Fine. You know what you have to do to make me go away. Just quit paying attention. Stop reading this right now.”
Note how he adds the sentence to stop reading his letter – at the end of the letter – I call this a “Classic Trumpism”.
Donald is a game decoy, gone rogue.
“I have the power to make the next 16 months one of the most incredible times in our nation’s history, and not a single one of you can say you’re not at least a little bit curious to see how this wild ride shakes out. So just keep clicking every link that mentions my name and hitting play on every clip of my public appearances, and I promise you will not be disappointed.”
Well Donald, now you are wrong, the world is very disappointed in you.
You have single handily destroyed the respect the world held for the position of the President Of The United States. A position once treated with the reverence it deserved, is now a joke because Donald Trump has shown people that even a bigoted, disrespectful, hot head can be in the leading. This is the point where I believe the original plan to have Trump throw the Republican’s off their game, has back fired on the Clinton clan.
Trump may now be a rogue agent.
Not surprisingly, I would say that once The Donald had basked in this much spotlight, there is no way he is going to exit stage left on cue. The end result may still place Hillary in the presidential position by default – de fault of the uneducated masses easily distracted by shinny objects, and confused by Classic Trumpisms.
Bernie is picking up speed.. “Go Bernie! Go Bernie! Feel the Bern.“
I want to know, tell me what your thoughts and opinions are on the “false flag” theory behind Donald Trump’s campaign for presidency? Add your ideas or opinion in the comment box below and I will reply in kind.
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