I didn’t like Trump a year ago, didn’t really hate him, but didn’t really like him either.
He said a bunch of stupid things, pretty offensive to a lot of people, and it didn’t really bother me all that much, but I can definitely see why a lot of people didn’t like him.
The one thing he seems to do best is say how good he is, and how well his administration did, but I’ll just point out a couple of things relating to that, which may have been the same no matter who was in office, or maybe not.
He removed restrictions on land mines, saying the US army would be at a disadvantage if they didn’t have them, and half the victims of those are children.
160 countries around the world have banned land mines, and Trump brought them back again for the US army.
The wars didn’t end, and they were wars for heroin profits, oil profits, weapons profits, and like his predecessors, he blamed the Mexicans for the drugs.
The Sinaloa got weapons and immunity the entire time, they work for the USA as a paid scapegoat for their own drug dealing, that lie always caused more suffering than just admitting the truth, and still does.
He said himself that Fauci funded the Wuhan lab to do gain of function on coronaviruses from bats, and he said there would be a surprise outbreak, which obviously meant it was no surprise to him.
It was no surprise to Trump either, he said that same year “this is the calm before the storm” and “you’ll see” when asked what he meant about that.
Then he pushed through warp speed experimental vaccines, even though he should have known that was a part of the plot the whole time, and he said he thought it was a plot, which it was, obviously, and he knew that.
It was a plot they had been working on for about a decade, lock step, the great reset, ID2020, event 201, and he must have been in on it, they wouldn’t just put a president in office just to have him go against them at such a critical time for their plans.
Yeah, I’m saying these people went out of their way to make it look like he was going against them, just to show that they would win in the end.
Same people who were always choosing who the president would be or what they would do if they didn’t want a bullet in their brain.
I don’t think Biden is a better choice, but that isn’t really the point. Just because you have a choice, or think you have a choice, between a giant douche and a turd sandwich, doesn’t mean you say you love either one.
I supported Trump for the period of time that I thought it was preferable that he win the election, and since he didn’t, I’m putting him back in the box of almost all the other US presidents as a hopeless failure in making America great again.
Trump applied for a trademark for that phrase in 2012, even though Ronald Reagan used it for his election campaign.
Seriously, when has America ever been any worse or more divided other than during slavery, wild West gun fights, witch burning and civil war?
Can anyone honestly say that this is the best time to be alive in America, for anyone, either before or after the election? I don’t live there, so I wouldn’t know. Kind of glad I don’t to be honest.