Have you noticed that every time Donald Trump faces tough weeks when the law calls him to be locked up, he resorts to public appearances among his supporters? Under pressure Trump seeks solace in his usual southern campaign-styled rallies to show the prosecutors in New York and Georgia, and the DOJ if it intends to hold him accountable for his coup d’état, that he has millions of followers still. It’s the only defense Trump has to beat the rule of law.
During yesterday’s rally, Trump suggested a 2024 run as if he has no concerns in the world. He even said that he will forgive the January 6 insurrectionists, which got him big applauds in the old Confederate state of Texas. Flaunting the law is one of Trump’s biggest talents. In my opinion, the rally shows that the walls are caving in on him. Solace and relief, I say.
No pro-establishment Biden, and no anti-establishment Trump. Both are proving to work for someone else’s other than the interests of the people who elected them both.
IS THE DOJ PAYING ANY ATTENTION?
The question to ask, in light of Trump claiming he will pardon the insurrectionists, deals with what the Department of Justice doing about trying to illegally overturning the elections and spreading lies? No signs yet that Attorney General Merrick Garland intends to hold the Fuhrer accountable. Maybe another insurrection will seal the deal for Garland.
Trump is threatening the country and yet our DOJ hides in the shadows of defeat. It’s just typical of a presidency that has yet to show what matters the most. Maybe those who have funded the Biden campaign are asking for secret forgiveness. Money talks in America.
There is no justification for the apathy our country is experiencing with the Biden presidency when it comes to locking up Donald Trump for his crimes. None whatsoever. If Joe Biden cannot find the road to break away from his bipartisanship pipe dream, which apparently now includes letting Trump off the hook, then he needs not to run again in 2024. If Trump is not going to defeat him, the voters are going to let go of him.
Either way, Biden is too beholden to the old ways of doing business in Washington. Americans are fully awake to how the establishment works, and they don’t want anything to do with what Biden stands for at this time in our history. No pro-establishment Biden, and no anti-establishment Trump. Both are proving to work for someone else’s other than the interests of the people who elected them both.
I don’t think anyone who voted for the Democratic ticket expected to see this kind of lethargy coming from a President whose kindness is truly not the answer to the wolves circling his presidency.
TRUMP IS INTIMIDATING BIDEN. JUST LIKE PUTIN
The Fuhrer is watching the President’s timid response to Vladimir Putin with regard to the Ukraine, and he is posturing, in the same fashion, to intimidate him with his southern rallies. To be sure, Trump would not embark on this strategy if he did not think it might lead to his own benefit. On one side, you have Vladimir Putin in the Ukraine, and on the other side, here in America, we have Putin’s biggest ally in Donald Trump bully the President.
Both know that Biden is prone to such intimidation because of his natural and benevolent personality. Biden’s bipartisanship comes from that well of goodwill. Trump’s rallies send both messages to our federal government, and Biden in particular. One that says “I am above the law as I threaten you with another run”, and the second that claims “I have an ally in Russia who is keeping you busy with his aggressive posturing.”
Putin one one side and Trump is on the other. Meanwhile, the Department of Justice remains in the snooze mode. I don’t think anyone who voted for the Democratic ticket expected to see this kind of lethargy coming from a President whose kindness is truly not the answer to the wolves circling his presidency.
It’s like watching an experienced chess player take a novice with the Danish Gambit.