Is it just me, or does politics today seem as orchestrated as a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) match? There is a lot of flamboyant swagger, delusions of grandeur, cheap shot banter, and enough bad acting to make Hulk Hogan or the former Macho Man, Randy Savage, feel envious. In other words, our elections have become slap stick parodies of themselves. For instance, pitting Insane John McCain against Bath House Barry Soetoro, in 2008, was an insult to the intelligence of the American people and an inside joke for the “elite.” The fix was obviously in. After all, who in their right mind would vote for a guy that wants to nuke the middle east into an ashtray state? Hence, the title “Insane McCain.” In 2016, however, the commonsense of the republic rebounded. Donald Trump’s power-slam submission over Killary The Hilderbeast Clinton proved a surprising counter move to the globalist’s choke hold. Nevertheless, one must wonder, can and will “The Donald” really make America great again?
To be honest, I’ve never been a fan of watching overweight, middle-aged men, dressed in sweaty tights, rolling around the floor, while executing enough homo-erotic bravado to make Elton John a hardcore sports enthusiast. Yet, that’s what politics has become and it’s hard to ignore the similarities to professional wrestling. Not to say that there is anything wrong with pro wrestling, of course. Pro wrestlers are amazing athletes. Unfortunately, it’s common knowledge that the matches are rigged, similar to our elections.
As you may recall, in 2004, the World Wide Illuminati Federation selected two Skull & Bones members to bout for President. It was John Herman Munster Kerry versus George Will Not Loose Bush. The stakes were high. A vote for John Kerry was a clear vote for the establishment. Option two, just vote for Boy George Bush and get it over with already. We can always bicker later about the lesser of two evils and pretend the election was fair. As long as we have two political systems opposed to each other, everything must be legit, right?
Only time will tell if Donald Trump’s victory is a real win for America. He plans on rope-a-doping Obama’s legacy into obsolescence. Meanwhile, Obama is trying to place a permanent figure four leg lock on Obamacare, thus securing its long term continuity. One can’t help but wonder if this is not yet another dog and pony show set up by the globalists villains, just to keep us distracted and opposed to one another. For now, I choose to remain optimistic. I think 2017 will be a turnaround year for the United States of America, the key word here being “united.” So let’s simply combine the democratic and republican slogans by saying, YES WE CAN, MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!