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As Trump Stokes Racism and Violence, Is the Worst Yet to Happen if He Loses?

by Brennan Bobbie

Part of Trump’s campaign strategy includes inciting his die-hard supporters to commit acts of violence, which could get worse if he fails in the election. Not one who easily accepts a lost battle, Trump is apparently prepping up his league of white supremacist followers on the courses of action to take should Joe Biden win the U.S. presidency.

Why is Trump Promoting Violence?

Trump is already sending out messages that the only way Joe Biden will win the election is by way of a rigged election. Since he has already provoked racism and violence in different major cities, it will not be hard for him to rouse his hooligans to continue with what they have been doing in case he loses his position.

That way, Joe Biden will be faced with greater problems to make it harder for him to launch whatever plans are in line to solve the country’s economic and social problems.

In fact Trump is encouraging violence among his supporters, promising to pardon them in case their acts lead to imprisonment.

Trump is Actually Fueling Racial Tension

Morality is not in Trump’s vocabulary because he is openly fueling racial tension between African Americans and white Americans. His responses to the Kenosha shooting clearly shows his sense of right and wrong is not the appropriate place. The Kenosha incident was about an unarmed African American named Jacob Sheldon, who was shot 7 times in the back at point blank rage by a police officer.

Although Trump visited Kenosha, he only did so as part of his Wisconsin campaign sojourn. He refused to speak or meet with Jacob Sheldon’s parents nor even expressed any words that could alleviate their grief as their son now lies paralyzed because of the shooting.

Instead, Trump added insult to injury by referring to the Kenosha shooting incident as a mistake that police officers commit when under pressure; comparing the shooting action as a reaction similar to missing a putt in golf. He rationalized further that the violent incidents arising from the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protests are just parts of conspiracy theories against him and his presidency.

To make his show of contempt for the BLM movement even more obvious, Trump defended a 17-year old teenager who shot two of the protesters who joined a BLM rally seeking justice for Jacob Sheldon. While the 17-year old Kyle Rittenhouse is a resident of Antioch, Illinois, his armed presence at the Kenosha rally meant he came to Wisconsin as one of the many Trump supporters called upon to disrupt the Sheldon protest movement.

Trump made no effort to condemn Rittenhouse but instead defended the young man as one who was only trying to get himself out of a big troub;e that could have killed him.

Nationwide Protests Out Trump as a Coward

by Brennan Bobbie

The Minneapolis protest over the senseless killing of George Floyd that escalated into becoming a nationwide and now a global movement, has outed Trump as a coward. In contrast to this U.S. president’s poor attempt to show leadership by pushing governors to dominate and prevail over protesters, Trump showed only cowardice when confronted with Washington protesters showing up in front of the White House.

He has approved, if not ordered the putting up of walls and concrete barricades to keep Black Lives Matter (BLM) protestors away. Since military leaders do not agree to the use of military force against fellow Americans, Trump is counting on AG Barr to install law enforcement officers, including prIson guards, to prevent the protesters from going near the White House.

What the Newly and Quickly Installed Walls and Barricades Mean

Putting up walls and barricades between himself and the BLM protestors only means he is afraid to face the issue. He demonstrated this last Friday, when he spoke at the Rose Garden to announce the withdrawal of the U.S. from the World Health Organization, but nary a word about George Floyd’s death, or of the growing number of demonstrations occurring throughout the country.

Yet, why is Trump showing signs of being afraid? Why did he refuse to talk to George Floyd’s brother? Why is he inciting his supporters and the police force to launch acts of violence that will only fuel the outrage that not only blacks, but people of all color are feeling right now?

Apparently Trump has no clear understanding of what the protesters aim to achieve; of the issue being brought forward, of the people’s call to redress and address the systemic racism that has taken the lives of numerous African-Ameircans. To this U.S. president, George Floyd’s death has no significance. After all he calls the more than 100,000 COVID-19 deaths as his badge of honor, unmindful that most of those who died were people of color.

Let the Walls Built Around the White House Serve as His Prison

Let the walls be Trump’s fortress and at the same time serve as his prison walls. In time, they will also be his undoing.

Let Trump be afraid for the remainder of his presidency. That way he will also be prevented from holding political rallies that will only drive the wedge of divisiveness among people. Let Trump’s walls drive him to madness, imagining that millions of people out there are out to get him.

At the end of each day, Trump is alone, all by himself and watching several TV news programs all at the same time. Is that how the leader of a powerful nation waging trade wars against China, shows strength against a formidable leader like President Xi Jinping? He must be cringing at the thought that other world leaders are once again laughing at him.

Actually, other world leaders are not laughing, they are denouncing Trump’s show of poor leadership over the handling of the nationwide Black Lives Matter protests spurred by the merciless killing of George Floyd.

“The Mooch” Vows to Thwart Trump’s Expectations of Becoming GOP’s 2020 Presidential Candidate

by Brennan Bobbie

Former loyal Trump supporter and short-time White House aide, Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci intensifies his call for a different Republican presidential candidate in the 2020 Presidential Elections. In an interview with Yahoo Finance’s “On the Move,” he said that the mounting evidence gathered from the impeachment inquiry, clearly indicates that the incumbent U.S. president is a “felon acting lawlessly’ and therefore not fit to run for re-election.”

Actually, “The Mooch” has been actively speaking out against a Trump re-election for months now, in order to keep up his verbal attacks against Donald Trump. A financier and the founder, as well as managing co-partner of Skybridge Capital, Scaramucci says that he intends to spend the next 13 months explaining to people, particularly in the swing states and specifically to women Trump supporters, why Trump should not be nominated as the GOP presidential candidate for the 2020 election.

Will “The Mooch” Support a Democratic Presidentiable if His Efforts Fail?

When asked if despite his efforts, Trump still gets to be nominated as the Republican candidate, will he support and vote for a Democrat instead ? The Skybridge Capital financier simply said he will continue working against a Trump re-election because the latter should no longer be allowed to run the country in the next four (4) years.

Scaramucci asserts that he is a Republican and is not entertaining thoughts that Donald Trump will still be GOP’s presidential candidate come November 2020 election. He foresees with conviction that within the next three months, Republican Congressmen and Senators will start throwing in the towel. They will soon face the reality that they cannot win in the next elections if they will continue to support Trump as GOP’s presidential candidate.

The Mooch’s Talking Points against a Trump Re-Election

Anthony Scaramucci plans to launch a political action in order to destroy the White House administration’s tactic of muddling facts with lies. He will form a committee that will take on the tasks of clearly explaining to Trump voters, particularly in the suburban areas why Trump should not be re-elected as President of the United States.

Aside from stating that Trump’s actions of asking the President of Ukraine to do him a personal favor in exchange for a Congressionally-approved financial aid, as deeply troubling, the former White House political advisor has voiced other reasons.

He calls Trump a bully-in-chief who has been firing up people to lean left and right with his constant Twitter feeds, instead of actually taking an active hand in running the country’s affairs. He cites the Charlotesville white supremacist catastrophe, the verbal assaults against the four (4) women House Representatives and the El Paso shooting as examples of how Trump has been driving divisiveness among American citizens.

“The Mooch” is completely convinced that Trump is unhinging, showing signs of a steady decline. Scaramucci says that Trump is having a hard time recalling people’s names; citing the president’s reference to Mike Pence as Mike Pounce as the most recent example.

Scaramucci is likely to beef up the talking points against a Donald Trump re-election, once the House proceeds with the release of witnesses’ testimonies, and with the public hearing.