We knew Trump was apolitical and unpredictable…and no doubt he will have us all scratching our heads at times. But he carries with him a history of success that is second to none. No one doubted his sincerity during the campaign. Now we need worry about his “capture.”

While listening to the Controlled Mass Media (CMM) for a brief, disgusting time during the early-on election returns on November 8th, one thing was evident above all else: the merriment in their voices and delight on their faces when they spoke of various areas that had been taken over by progressives of various stripes. The CNN on-air people were ecstatic to report that the old stock inhabitants that once controlled the area were being outvoted – of course by the recent (illegal?) immigrants and imported transplants supporting Hillary Clinton.

But the news media control-from-above was laid out for us more than a century ago:

We shall deal with the press in the following way: what is the part played by the press today? It serves to excite and inflame those passions which are needed for our purpose or else it serves selfish ends of parties. It is often vapid, unjust, mendacious, and the majority of the people have not the slightest idea what ends the press really serves. We shall saddle and bridle it with a tight rein . . . not a single announcement will reach the public without our control.  From Victor E. Marsden’s 1906 translation of the Protocols.

We suspected from the start that Donald Trump had never even met Mike Pence before the Cleveland convention in July and maybe not even until after his nomination was finalized, when he walked into the conference room there and one of the Republican elite said to him, “Mr. Trump, this is Governor Pence from Indiana. He will be your vice presidential running mate.” It may not have been quite that abrupt, but whatever the circumstances, it was Trump’s first inkling of who and what would really be in charge, if he was elected.

Then he was elected, and five days later he was to have a 15-minute briefing with the man he had recently described as “The worst president in the history of the United States.” This “briefing” lasted much longer, and ninety+ minutes later, an ashen-faced Trump emerged regurgitating the message that not only did he believe that the Clintons were “good people” and “I don’t really want to hurt them” (by pushing for a special prosecutor to put her away for life) but was even praising Obama as one whose guidance and counsel he was looking forward to getting many times in the future. In only an hour and a half Donald Trump had been transformed into a politician. He had been read the riot act and was forced to acquiesce. After all, what fool fights those adversaries?


The truth was that there were a lot more influential people than just Barry Soetoro in that Oval Office meeting, and it was obvious that newcomer, babe-in-the-woods Donald Trump had just been issued his marching orders – orders that would be obeyed under penalty of death. He appeared at the moment to not yet have overcome the shocking revelation that he would not be allowed to do everything he had promised the American people that he would do.

To appoint a new-name Goldman-Sachs executive (Steven Mnuchin) as Secretary of the Treasury is no different than re-appointing Ben Bernanke. It smells. And as one wag wrote, “Are you really draining the swamp, Donald, or are you siphoning it into your own swimming pool?”

Transportation Secretary: Elaine L. Chao is married to Senate Majority Leader and “Never Trump” Blowhard RINO Mitch McConnell. She was Secretary of Labor under George W. Bush and Deputy Secretary of Transportation under George H.W. Bush.

Education Secretary: Betsy DeVos, a billionaire philanthropist and activist promoting school choice and voucher programs, briefly served as chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party in the 1990s. Her brother is Erik Prince, who founded Blackwater USA (renamed XE Services and now Academi), which was the civilian gang of mercenaries operating clandestinely in Iraq and Afghanistan during the past decade. We can never know what atrocities were committed by this gang.

UN Ambassador: Nikki R. Haley, governor of South Carolina, demanded removal of the Confederate flag at the state capitol and was the first governor to sign legislation against the Boycott, Divestments and Sanction (BDS) Movement. A daughter of Indian immigrants from India, during the campaign Ms. Haley supported Marco Rubio, then Ted Cruz and was a sharp critic of Trump.

With the jury still out on the choice for secretary of state as of this writing, all of the four being considered are of the Neocon elite from the old bunch of RINOs, and you can bet none of whom was an actual Trump pick.

Might it be accurate to term this so-called changing of the guard “Political Incest?” Might “Did Jeb Bush Win the Election” be a more appropriate introduction to this foolishness?

Many of the disappointed troops in the Trump camp rightfully feel that they have been swindled out of their vote and that Trump must have been lying to them for more than a year, but they just don’t understand that, conversely, Trump really was sincere about draining the swamp and Hillary is an “addicted sexual deviant” belonging in jail and that he would appoint a special prosecutor to put her there and that Obama was the worst president in American history and the news media is a flock of liars dispensing fake news.

The fact is: nobody has any evidence to refute these charges, and if some of these weren’t true, especially those against the Clintons, we would have seen a lawsuit filed by morning; but none was ever forthcoming.

We have to believe that Donald Trump was for real, that he really was/is the breath of fresh air for making America great again and the only one to be the president that could at least postpone the arrival of the New World Order of world government. However, Donald simply didn’t fully comprehend what goes on behind the curtain and what was about to greet him at the White House on November 13th.

His loyal supporters still don’t understand it either, and they remain to be  perplexed.

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