By Kevin Barrett on November 19, 2016
And hell will freeze over
Everybody’s arguing about Trump. Families are split. Couples are at each others’ throats. Racial, ethnic, and religious tensions are in the air. Here at VT the comment section has been in an uproar for months.
I’ve been arguing about Trump with some smart people, people I respect. I just pre-recorded an interview with James Petras, an accomplished leftist anti-Empire sociologist and contributor to my False Flag Trilogy. He has positive things to say about Trump.
So does Robert David Steele, the whistleblowing former CIA Clandestine Services Officer who’s a prime force behind my new book Orlando False Flag. Steele actually believes Trump might push through the Election Reform Act of 2016. Listen to my brand-new interview with Steele for the details.
Petras, the radical leftist, and Steele, the reformist conservative Republican, are both brilliant. They are two of the greatest minds of our time. But I suspect they are wrong about Trump.
The Simpsons got it right when they predicted Trump’s campaign slogan would be: “America, you can be my ex-wife.”
Many of his supporters, especially the alternative media types, are going to be falling out of love with this guy real fast. If you’re paying attention, you’re already disillusioned.
Some of the headlines from this week’s False Flag Weekly News include:
To be fair, there is possible good news on the Syria front. But the overall gestalt does not look good.
The same people who were convinced that Jade Helm was a plan to lock up millions of dissidents in Wal-Mart are the most fanatical Trump supporters. They are being scammed by exactly the same people – Bibi’s propaganda team in the fake alternative media – once again.
Here is my to-do list for Trump. If he does any of these things, I will eat crow. If he does all of them I will eat a whole flock.
The above list is pretty much what it would take to “Make America great again.”
Good luck with that one, Mr. Trump. I don’t think you have the slightest interest in actually fixing any of the country’s biggest problems.
But I hope you prove me wrong.