The Tweeter vs. Corn Pop

The political debate is heating up. After all, the “most important” election of our lifetimes is just around the corner. If you don’t vote, you don’t have a right to complain, and all that. There is a clear choice, isn’t there? The troops died so that you could have this precious right.

Donald Trump should theoretically be very easy to beat. All it would take would be a mature, intelligent candidate, to focus attention on all his broken promises, flip-flops, and nonstop meaningless tweeting. Someone articulate to contrast with Trump’s surrealistic ungrammatical style.

But the Democrats didn’t select someone like that. Instead, they opted for an even older guy, who commits even more verbal gaffes than Trump does. Joe Biden appears to unfortunately be in the early stages of dementia, which makes him seem even more foolish than the sum of his authoritarian rhetoric.

Trump recently publicly condemned the military industrial complex in a manner unseen inside the White House since the Kennedy administration, when JFK was doing it in private. He blasted the brass at the Pentagon who “want to do nothing but fight wars so that all of those wonderful companies that make the bombs and make the planes and make everything else stay happy.” These are wonderful sentiments, but Trump has presided over the largest military budgets in history, and surrounded himself with nothing but warhawk neocons.

Following the president’s shocking criticism of the military, none other than Rush Limbaugh, who has passionately supported every war this country has provoked in recent years, blasted the military industrial complex, too. He even mentioned all the “senseless wars” they’ve waged. All of which he cheered on, of course. But still, it was remarkable to hear. Maybe next we’ll see Lindsey Graham singing “Give Peace a Chance” on the floor of the U.S. Senate. The world turned upside down.

Now, while loving Trump’s comments, I didn’t for a second believe that he would follow them up with any corresponding actions. Like bringing the troops home from Iraq, Afghanistan, and all the other countries they remain ensconced in, some dating back to the end of World War II. True to form, a few days later, tanks in Lithuania were moved closer to the Belarus border, in an effort to pique the interest of Russia. Remember, the laughable mantra on the Left is that Trump is “Putin’s bitch.”

Trump’s comments came on the heels of an article in the Atlantic, written by editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg, one of the estimated 10 billion mainstream “journalists” who have denigrated “conspiracy theorists.” Goldberg referred to anonymous sources claiming Trump had defamed U.S. soldiers as “losers” and “suckers.” Trump had supposedly wondered aloud, during a World War I ceremony, about “what was in it” for the uniformed casualties. Sounds like a pretty good question. Not even the most rabid court historian can come up with a convincing reason for World War I.

In his own awkward, offensive way, Trump was questioning the war profiteers. “Support the troops” is a phrase used by the elite to shift the attention from why we are fighting to the brave and bold youngsters tasked to fight. Every soldier is more accurately defined as a victim. Their heroism is always in the service of powerful forces who pull their strings. War is a Racket, as the great Gen. Smedley Butler said.

Trump’s purported incendiary comments awoke Joe Biden from his slumber. He felt compelled to defend his former Republican Senate ally, the late warhawk Hall of Famer John McCain, whom Trump had notably criticized a few years back. The Biden campaign began a “Protect our Troops” advertising blitz. The fired up former vice president called Trump’s un-sourced comments “disgusting,” and “deplorable,” invoking Hillary Clinton’s former sobriquet of choice. Biden, as a good “liberal” of long standing, has never met a war he didn’t like.

Biden remains largely hidden from public view, and has been caught reading teleprompters to answer embarrassingly softball questions from a media overtly rooting for him. He should be even easier to beat than Trump. But his opponent relies on childish name-calling and incessant bragging about himself as his primary debate strategies, so nothing is certain. They are pretty evenly matched, sad to say.

Trump’s campaign rhetoric will not include anything about immigration, which was his hot button issue in 2016. This is because, despite all the tweets, his administration never ended DACA (as promised), or birth-right citizenship (as promised), and has, in fact, deported fewer illegals than Barack Obama himself. And Mexico is certainly not paying for his still nonexistent wall. So it’s probably best not to mention the subject.

Biden will certainly draw from his own name-calling arsenal. Trump will be called “racist” repeatedly. No one will require any specificity there; the state-controlled media just regurgitates something enough times so that it becomes fact in the eyes of the dumbed-down public. How do you prove that someone is a “racist” anyhow? And then there is one of Al Gore’s inconvenient truths; the numerous anti-Black comments from Joe Biden on the public record, which certainly seem to qualify as “racist.”

Just as Biden won’t mention Trump’s failure to even attempt to live up to his 2016 populist rhetoric, Trump will not mention Biden’s countless videotaped inappropriate groping of females, from little girls to adult women. A compilation of those videos would make a great campaign ad. But that would open a Deep State can of worms, especially the ones revealing a leering Biden sniffing and touching visibly uncomfortable children.

Because Trump’s overblown personality is so unique, for once there is a choice between presidential candidates. But it’s largely centered around personality. Do you want a blustery braggart, with a ridiculous hairdo/toupee and orange tan, that will tweet out anti-establishment tidbits but ultimately do nothing (or the opposite), or a semi-senile swamp creature with decades of shameful tenure in swamp infested Washington, D.C.?

It should be obvious by now that no one is riding in on a white horse to save us. And the American people are too frightened, and too apathetic, to take to the streets. Like millions did in Germany recently, when our state-controlled media completely censored what should have been a huge story; RFK, Jr. being cheered by hundreds of thousands fed up with the lockdown, from the same Berlin where his uncle gave one of his most famous speeches as president. Or the ten thousand plus who protested the shutdown in England. And France had their yellow jackets. In America, we have well organized professional “protesters” who are financed by some of the wealthiest and most powerful interests imaginable.

As we prepare to cast votes that almost certainly will not be honestly counted, the mandatory masks and social distancing requirements remain in place. Schools remain closed. Pro sports are being played before empty stands, sometimes with cardboard figures placed there, along with piped in crowd noise. There are serious suggestions that couples should wear masks while having sex. The changes appear to be permanent. And the majority of people seem to support that.

If I vote, it will be for Trump. Not because I support him, or like him. Simply because it will be more entertaining. Watching coverage by CNN, MSNBC, and the like would be must-see TV if Trump wins. Not that I think they’ll count the votes. The electoral process is utterly corrupt, and the result predetermined and rigged, no matter what the outcome. Presidents are selected, not elected. It would be more fun to watch the reactions of those with Trump Derangement Syndrome than the reactions of Trump’s cult if he loses. The “woke” Left is absolutely delusional. Again, must-see TV.

2020 will leave behind an expensive legacy. Economically and socially, the plandemic and the absurd lockdown will devastate this country for decades. The nonstop riots that are permitted to go on unimpeded by disinterested authorities are adding huge, untold amounts to that economic impact. Insurance companies aren’t going to pay for all that damage. Once again, it will be the average American who has to “sacrifice.”

There are no Huey Longs. No John F. Kennedys. RFK, Jr. is pretty good, but his hereditary vocal issue unfortunately limits his political chances. Maybe if things get bad enough, at least some of the sleeping sheeple will finally wake up. Until that happens, all we can do is rock the meaningless vote.

About donaldjeffries

Author of the critically acclaimed best sellers "Hidden History: An Expose of Modern Crimes, Conspiracies, and Cover Ups in American Politics,""Survival of the Richest: How the Corruption of the Marketplace and the Disparity of Wealth Created the Greatest Conspiracy of All," and the newly released "Crimes and Cover Ups in American Politics: 1776-1963." Author of the 2007 sci-fi/fantasy novel "The Unreals," which has been described as a cross between The Wizard of Oz and The Twilight Zone, and compared to A Confederacy of Dunces and classic Russian literature. A second edition of "The Unreals" was published in February 2015 by Pocol Press. Long time JFK assassination researcher. Seeker of truth, proponent of justice and fairness. Enemy of corruption. Sender of as many "tiny ripples of hope" as possible.

Posted on September 15, 2020, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. mike j riesterer

    I get it, brother. The fact that you got no comments is very telling . . .

  2. I’ve never voted for a winning president and I stopped after 2000 realizing it was ridiculous. I like the statement, “Don’t vote. It only encourages them.”
    But your right, it’s entertaining if not mind blowingly frustrating. Watching the world implode in a matter of months. Unimaginable really.

  3. Ralph B. Seymour

    Well done Mr Jeffries.

    I think this is the best post you have ever written. Hilarious!. But it’s the dead, sad truth.

    You will get a laugh out of this:

  4. After observing the breathtaking ease with which the governments were able to lock down most of the country after the COVID-19 scamdemic started I realized that that was why Trump was selected in 2016. The NWO wanted him to neutralize the (armed) Right in this country so that they wouldn’t effectively resist the scamdemic tyranny and the BLM/Antifa riots. The Right probably would have been up in arms if Hillary was president. I suspect they want him to win again this year, which is why they selected someone as awful as Biden for the Democrat candidate. If a Democrat won, the riots would largely subside (because the Left wouldn’t be as angry), and the Right would probably start to resist the lockdowns. So I think the NWO wants Trump to win again. If Trump wins in November the riots will get even worse, and the lockdowns will continue without any effective resistance. Both of those conditions are desired by the NWO as part of their plan for bringing in their one world government and cashless society.

    • Ralph B. Seymour

      I suspect that myself, but can’t prove it.

      Trump is very very kosher and his record is shameful. But many people actually believe he is going to save the country. Maybe he will!

      I personally think this is ridiculous; it should be obvious to even school children that the politicians are all lackeys. It makes not a whit who is elected, the result will be business as usual.

  5. You called yourself a celebrity. Would you also call yourself a genius?

    • I called myself a celebrity? Lol- I don’t remember that. There are varying degrees of celebrity. I am pretty well known in the niche “conspiracy world” category, for whatever that’s worth. There’s no unpretentious way to address the question of genius. Plumbers, electricians, and handymen of all kinds are geniuses to most of us, because they can fix essential things we can’t. Musicians have been called geniuses for one particular skill. I am pretty self-effacing, and would never take myself too seriously. Others are free to critique the state of my mind, and the merit of my work.

  6. Would you please share the sales figures for each of your books? Thank you.

    • I have always been confused by royalty statements. The figures are not cut and dry. I do know that “Hidden History” has sold over 25,000 copies by now. I have made very little money from book sales.

  7. “Best selling author.” Yeah, right.

    • When “Hidden History” first hit #1 in some Amazon categories, I learned from my publisher, and some other authors, that this qualifies one to advertise a book as a best- seller. Actually, the bar may be even lower; some say it only has to be in the top ten of a particular Amazon category. Becoming a New York Times best-seller is far more difficult. All of my nonfiction books have hit #1 in several different categories, usually after I talked about them on Coast to Coast. I’m not false advertising, or bragging. My books qualify as best-sellers.

  8. Instead of “best selling author” which can be disproven, try for something more amorphous, but effective, such as “world renowned” or “nationally acclaimed.” See? It gets the message accross without misstating the facts.

    • As I explained, I am entitled by the criteria established by the publishing industry to refer to myself as a best-selling author. But “world renowned” and “nationally acclaimed” sound pretty good, too.

  9. Theresa DeSimone

    Dear Mr Jeffries, Just wondering what you think of the possibilities that Trump is controlled opposition. I recently listened to G Edward Griffins take on the subject… he thinks it’s a very plausible reality.It makes absolutely no sense at all that the bewildered,demented,degenerate, handyman Biden is a serious candidate for president and all the violence certainly appears stoked from both sides… all the while paid for by Soros and the rest of the minions of satan. I have the sinking feeling that the American people will become so traumatized that we will clamor for martial law and love our servitude,which would fulfill the wildest dreams of the NWO.

    • You are basically right. I don’t know whether Trump is controlled opposition, or just a useful idiot, but in either case he is facilitating the NWO agenda, and was selected by the NWO to win in 2016. His job (knowingly or unknowingly) is to neutralize the (armed) Right so they don’t effectively resist the COVID-19 scamdemic tyranny and BLM/Antifa riots. I am pretty sure the NWO wants him to win again this year for the same reason, which means he will win. However at a later time, say about a year or two from now, they might want to have Trump removed via impeachment or some other means. If the NWO is ready for a civil war in America by then, which may be part of their plan, removing Trump from office a year from now would probably do it. That, combined with the scamdemic tyranny which will still be going on then, and the continuing BLM/Antifa riots which will still be going on, and the economic conditions which will be even worse by then, would probably incite the Right to start fighting back with their weapons.

      • That’s a darn good analysis; Trump is hard to figure out.

        But regardless of who wins the election, legitimately or by fraud, it won’t make much difference to the endgame. Our controllers have it locked up.

        They can have Trump removed any time they feel like it. And Trump knows it.

        But if they get tired of the cat and mouse game, they can just let loose a Real Pathogen that takes out millions. They already control everything so population reduction is the last part of their agenda. And if it appears that people are catching on to their game, this is the path of least resistance.

      • Ralph, you nailed it.

    • I’ve written a lot about that. I suspect Trump is an actor, hired for the part, who is reading from a script.

  10. Sittin’ ‘round the old Cracker Barrel with Donald Jeffries and his friends. Nice comb holder you made, Donald. Ralph, that’s a beautiful change purse. I want one! And David made a great lanyard for his keys! But this week’s prize goes to Theresa, for that lovely compact she made out of discarded plastic and broken glass!

    As for the rest of them, banish them from the group! They are ashamed of being white.

    But who cares, really? I’m against Donald’s proposition to charge for the pickles. We all should be able to help ourselves to as many as we want. Huey Long would agree.

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