They would beat Trump at his own game- the lying game. Remember in 2016, when Trump insulted and lied his way to the GOP nomination?
January 3rd will mark the beginning of the era of 'short leash' Donald, where Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the rest of the incoming House dems will have subpoena power and a mandate from the American public to hold the alt-president accountable.
Here we are, twelve months before the presidential primary and we're already hearing talk of potential candidacies. As of right now, the top three hopefuls that the media is talking about are Joe Biden, Beto O'Rourke, and Bernie Sanders- the last of which receiving the least amount of media coverage.
In case you haven't read yet, the latest update, so far, is that Trump revealed Navy Seals faces and identities in a video he tweeted Wednesday while visiting Troops in Iraq. It is operational security that the identities of members of special operations forces are covered up and their faces pixellated on any photographs.
It's not that hard of a concept for alt-president Trump and his dwindling base to understand. America simply doesn't want the wall. If he tries to put one up to contain the will of the people, it will be destroyed by those same people the day after we force him out of office. What a waste of money that will be... That five billion he's asking for could more than save Flint, Michigan, if not put a dent in our homelessness epidemic.
The collapse of the U.S. economy has to be weighing on Trump's mind or the name 'Hoover' would not have come out of his mouth. He's worried that the Fed raising rates, which they normally do as the economy grows, will cause a recession.
In 2008, Richard Spencer, invented the term alternative right in an article published by extremely conservative Taki's Magazine. It was branding meant to differentiate conservative Republicans willing to compromise conservative beliefs by playing ball with Liberal Democrats from the more isolated, exclusively online fringe conservative groups who felt alienated by that behavior.
The things that make me cringe: talk of celebrities running for president, bipartisan tickets, and conspiracy theories. That last one especially bothers me, though. Have you ever witnessed two people talking about something that never happened (outside of any religious context) with such fervor?
He not only brought in more young people, he brought in more independents that often spoke of revolution against the two party system. He made people who felt alienated belong again, much the same way Trump had with his voters. If Sanders can ward off the mudslide of propaganda about socialism, he can defeat Trump. However, a hammer and sickle won't do the Democrats any favors in swing states.
Let's pretend, for a moment, that Trump isn't under investigation and that the Russians didn't help elect him(they totally did and we all know it). This fact remains; he's less dangerous playing golf or watching television than trying to be president on days he feels like working because he obviously can't perform the essential duties of the job.
Seems he also goes by a different name now, too, Ronald Pmurt-- to which he claims the 'p' is silent. Judging by the ridiculousness of this latest stunt by the now Pmurt administration, you can expect tons of fun.
"I've sat down with President shit-for-brains on four different occasions and explained to him all four times that Teller and I don't actually possess magical powers. He...won't...listen. He insists that the both of us could hold hands to 'pool' our power."