What Did YOU Accomplish?

Punditry and citizen journalism were overwhelmed by voter stupidity and irrationality.

by Thomas Wictor

Sat, November 10, 2018

But what did YOU accomplish?

I’m seeing the usual complaints about Democratic scorpions stinging. I call it the “Look what the bastards did now!” approach to commentary. What’s grotesque is that all those shrieking people had no impact on the elections. They just flapped their gums. Trump and Trump alone kept the Senate. The millions of words churned out before the midterms had no impact.

When it was clear that the Democrats had taken the House, I was ready to walk away (yuck) from politics again. That’s because I didn’t understand Trump’s plan. He’s now explained it in two press conferences. The midterms got rid of Republicans who don’t embrace Trump’s common-sense, ruthlessly America-centered, non-ideological ideology. Unlike me, Trump factored in the stupidity of the voting public. He knew all along that he’d lose the House, so he campaigned to save the Senate.

Trump is now in a BETTER position than he was before, because he has no reason to hold back. And the Democrats are helping him by making threats and promising to punish the country for electing Trump. I saw a video that illustrates what Trump is facing.


“You’re coming in ready to fight.”

That demented, bottomlessly unpleasant young woman IS THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. I would not have engaged her. But I’m a hermit. Not a people-person. I prefer postcards to people.

Here’s one of the many differences between Trump and me: He isn’t angered by indestructible irrationality. Unlike me, he accepts it without rage, and he uses it as a weapon against the irrational. Trump knew he’d lose the House, so he planned accordingly. I’ve read that the GOP talked a good game going into the midterms but didn’t follow through. They only PRETENDED to have a ground game. If true, I’m not surprised.

Trump understands that he needs to win by only 49.6 percent. “Mandates” are artificial constructs. Yes, the Democrats are stealing votes, but this time it’s all being reported. Trump’s agents are studying the methods. The Senate is safe, so as Trump said, it doesn’t matter if the Democrats steal House seats or even governorships.

Punditry and citizen journalism were overwhelmed by voter stupidity and irrationality. I didn’t see that coming.

But Trump did.

Therefore I am now LESS interested in the thoughts of people who are not Trump. All that jabbering accomplished nothing. Trump by himself saved the Senate.

And now he’s dropping very broad hints that Matthew G. Whitaker WILL indict not only Hillary but Obama.

“I will never forgive him for what he did in many other ways, which I’ll talk to you about in the future.”

Matthew G. Whitaker. The Terminator of law enforcement.

All the pundits were wrong about Sessions. He wasn’t AWOL or weak or corrupt., His job—as he said in his resignation letter—was to return us to a nation or law and order. That required putting a lot of machinery in place. Then Sessions stepped aside so that the Terminator could come in as hatchet man. He will indict the world and then be replaced by someone less Terminatory.

It’s GOOD that I didn’t see any of this coming. It means that Trump’s plans are impossible to anticipate.

The only change in me is that I no longer care about the voters, the pundits, and the GOP so-called leadership. They all let me down, which in this case I did NOT expect. But in the end, virtually all people will let you down. When I put my faith in people, they almost never deliver.

From this point forward, I trust only Trump. All the others have shown themselves to be too limited, brainwashed, inept, and conflicted to make America great again.

But Trump alone is enough to het the job done.

Therefore all WILL be well.


About the author
Thomas Wictor was born in Caripito, Venezuela, and has lived in Texas, the Netherlands, Norway, Great Britain, Oregon, Japan, and California. He earned a bachelor's degree in history from Lewis and Clark College and has worked as a stevedore, library archivist, conversational English teacher, editor of the world's first online newspaper, voiceover actor, delivery driver, process server, field representative for a document-retrieval service, and music journalist.


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