Trump’s Statement on Charlottesville and What it Says About Him

 

In what kind of bizarro alternate reality does Donald Trump end up as the only man brave enough to speak truth to power?  While all the republican politicians and the alleged right-wing pundits groveled and cowered away from the charges of racism and Nazism being hurled by the Fake News, Donald Trump stood there and dared to proclaim that both sides of the riot at Charlottesville came prepared to spill blood.  This he did clearly, strenuously and repeatedly.  He didn’t cower or equivocate or back-pedal.  He stood his ground.  He used effective logic to show how today’s statue of Robert E Lee would be tomorrow’s Washington Monument or Jefferson Memorial.  Watching him fight the good fight should fill the rest of the right wing with shame and feelings of inadequacy.  How is it possible that a real estate builder whose biggest claim to fame was a tv show that showed him firing make believe employees is basically the only republican in the country with an intact backbone?  How did we get here?

I’ll confess I don’t know the answer.  And I don’t know if Trump can continue to stand up to every power structure in the whole world attacking from every angle.  But I will tell you that as long as he continues to show the courage and stamina to hold his ground, I’ll support him 100%.  If he needs me to send letters to my congress critters I’ll do it.  If he wants to draft me into some kind of geriatric right-wing literary goon squad whose job it is to send nasty letters to Rosie O’Donnell and Nancy Pelosi, I’ll volunteer.  If he needs cash for his defense fund once he’s retired from the White House I’ll send him cash.  Hell, if he needs a getaway car to make a break for the border I’ll drive it.  The man delivers.  He’s fearless and he’s obviously talented.  Damn, I wish he’d been president during 9-11.  We wouldn’t be in the mess we are in now.

What Trump has demonstrated is that if you stand up to the Press and push back you look good and they look stupid and dishonest.  If you speak plainly and avoid the weasel words you can get people to understand that the Left isn’t the good guys.  Sometimes they are the villains and we are the good guys, or at least we’re the lesser of two evils.

I’ve said it before jokingly but now I’m saying it completely seriously.  Trump is the best American President in my lifetime.  And that includes Reagan.  Reagan was a great president and a good man.  But Trump has been plopped down in the greatest meltdown in American history and every day he’s wrestling with the most dysfunctional array of fake newscasters, politicians, special interest groups and corporate thugs ever assembled.  And despite that he’s getting done what can be done through the power of the executive branch.  And even there he’s being harassed and sabotaged by deep state bureaucrats and operatives at every turn.  Reading the news, I wonder how long a man his age can stand up to the pounding.  But I’ll offer up a fervent prayer that he does survive.

So here’s to you President Trump.  As I’ve said before, you’re a crazy son of a bitch.  But you’re our crazy son of a bitch and the only one who just may save this country from collectivist oblivion.

4 thoughts on “Trump’s Statement on Charlottesville and What it Says About Him

  • August 18, 2017 at 8:18 am
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    Well stated photog! Other than a handful of true conservative pundits and, of course, the All-knowing All-seeing All-powerful Maha-Rushie, Trumps stands alone in combating these batshit leftists thugs. Never have I seen such an all-out gloves off political assassination of a sitting President. I’ve heard some people say (some in my family) that Trump scares them. Really? What should scare them is these leftist lunatics who are shooting sitting members of Congress, left-wing thug groups who are hell bent on creating violence, radical Islamic terrorists who are dedicated to eliminating all of us, and an out of control media who encourages it all.

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    • August 18, 2017 at 9:15 am
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      McCain and Little Marco and that idiot Romney have praised the antifa. They actually do more damage than the left. Attacking to the right is actually the bigger problem.

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  • August 18, 2017 at 12:08 pm
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    Agreed on all points. Add me to the list of folks willing to help Trump in any way we can.
    “The man fights!”

    In related news – I’ve moved up my visit to Stone Mountain, Georgia from next spring to this fall.
    I want to get there before some idiot decides to sand blast the images of Lee, Jackson and Davis off the side of the mountain.

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  • August 18, 2017 at 12:26 pm
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    Good thinking. Things seem to be accelerating. I tell everyone I know to make sure to keep themselves and their families safe in the coming troubles.

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