This Time It’s Palpable

The frustration is palpable, as a growing number of Americans feel they’ve been lied to for a long time, that they’ve been sold a false narrative by a regime of political corruption, and now find their nation at the abyss.

Hillary Clinton is one huge lie, as artificial and corrupt a candidate as we’ve seen (previously documented on these pages). And the liberal media (a.k.a. ‘mainstream’ media) openly, brazenly promote her candidacy, as if there’s no alternative. The liberal media’s narrative for Trump is that he’s a mean-spirited bigot and an otherwise horrible person. But what if they’re wrong? What if he is, in fact, a patriot who cares about his country and his fellow citizens, and is tired of them being taken for granted?

We already know Hillary is a product of the system. If she wins, we’ll see the system coalesce around her, to protect her and thereby protect themselves. It will be more of the same. The same economic listlessness. The same lessening of American strength and leadership in the world; the same dumbing down of our culture and social institutions; and the same weakening of our borders, of the rule of law and of our Constitutional protections. And more lies, telling us everything is just fine so long as a Democrat occupies the White House.

Trump is antithetical to the system. He’s different. If he wins, things will change drastically from what we’ve seen the past eight years. It will be engaging and fascinating. And the system won’t get a free pass. They’ll have to battle it out against Trump and all those Americans – regardless of ethnicity, religion, sexuality or what have you – palpably tired of being lied to. It will be the most exciting time in American politics since President Reagan’s tenure.

Voters must ask themselves … Do I want to live in a nation of zombies, taken for granted and marginalized? Do I want to surrender to my country’s descent? Or do I want to live in a nation re-energized? Do I want to be part of the next great debate?

Hillary’s sameness and listlessness are an option. Trump’s hopeful energy is different. His path is newness and possibilities. That’s why he can win.


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