Steve Bannon and Stephen Miller are up to something. In this latest version of “unshackled” Trump, I think you are already seeing a shift to their post-election plans:
“Trump’s remarks, which he read from a teleprompter, were laced with the kind of global conspiracies and invective common in the writings of the alternative-right, white-nationalist activists who see him as their champion. Some critics also heard echoes of historical anti-Semitic slurs in Trump’s allegations that Clinton “meets in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U.S. sovereignty” and that media and financial elites were part of a soulless cabal out to destroy “our great civilization.”
“It’s a global power structure that is responsible for the economic decisions that have robbed our working class, stripped our country of its wealth and put that money into the pockets of a handful of large corporations and political entities,” Trump said.
She DOES meet “in secret with international banks to plot the destruction of U.S. sovereignty.” Specifically, we know from Wikileaks emails that she told those Brazilian bankers that “her dream” is hemisphere wide open borders and open trade, not just a North American Union, but a Western Hemisphere Union that includes Brazil.
“The speech bore the imprint of Stephen K. Bannon, the Trump campaign’s chief executive, who until recently was the executive chairman of Breitbart, a conservative website that serves as the virtual town square of the alt-right movement.
Jonathan Greenblatt, chief executive of the Anti-Defamation League, tweeted that Trump “should avoid rhetoric and tropes that historically have been used against Jews” and “keep hate out of campaign.”
Ramzpaul had this zinger on Twitter:
It is interesting when Trump talks about nation wrecking globalists, Jews assume he is talking about them. Why would they think that?
— RAMZPAUL (@ramzpaul) October 13, 2016
In that speech yesterday, Trump painted a picture of a globalist conspiracy that included the #LyingPress, the donor class, and the bipartisan Washington establishment. He said they would do anything to maintain their grip on power.
What do you think? It didn’t sound to me like Trump, Bannon or Miller are going back to “conservatism.” I think all three are done with the Republican Party. Are they laying the groundwork for the American equivalent of the National Front?
If Trump had ran as a third party candidate instead of as a Republican, we wouldn’t have “members of his own party” (all of whom desperately want him to lose) stabbing him in the back and making minor scandals look worse to the public than they really are.
Trump and Sanders have already proven in this election that a presidential campaign can be funded by small donors. A National Front-style populist party wouldn’t need the big donors and their agenda:
“Several of the Republican Party’s most generous donors called on the Republican National Committee on Thursday to disavow Donald J. Trump, saying that allegations by multiple women that Mr. Trump had groped or made inappropriate sexual advances toward them threatened to inflict lasting damage on the party’s image.
To an elite group of Republican contributors who have donated millions of dollars to the party’s candidates and committees in recent years, the cascade of revelations related to Mr. Trump’s sexual conduct is grounds for the committee to cut ties with the party’s beleaguered standard-bearer, finally and fully. …”
The Republican donor class will do anything to hold on to power. Let them keep their precious country club.It couldn’t be more obvious that White working class voters aren’t wanted there.