The United States of America, as conceived of by the Founding Fathers, does not exist any longer; but we already knew this. It is not a novel opinion that the America of today bears little if any resemblance to the indivisible American republic under God assembled in Philadelphia 240 years ago, although not in the ways we have been led to believe. Every four years since the end of the Cold War, we are told by the Republican nominee that we need more Constitution and guns while the Democratic nominee says we need more equality and general welfare. Yet for nearly 25 years, the principal hypothesis of the American experiment has been ignored; the Revolutionary War was not fought for the free market or for open borders.
The single and fundamental reason for why the American people took up arms in 1776 was to form a government of, by, and for the people. Put within the broad context of American history, the greatest betrayal to the spirit of the founding has not been gun control or Citizens United but the gradual cession of individual and national sovereignty to an increasingly despotic class of politically connected power brokers in Washington DC. The Declaration of Independence was intended to assert the sovereignty of God over man, of man over law, and of law over government. Hillary Clinton and the experience of the past 25 years have demonstrated that in fact government is the supreme sovereign of law, man, and God. The Clinton's, the Bush family, and Barack Obama are not like us. They can take off their neckties and roll up their sleeves and shake hands with a homely Iowan every other November; but we know it's a performance. Every President since Bill Clinton, every sitting member of the Supreme Court, and 24% of US Senators attended an ivy league school. Did you attend an ivy league school? Every President since Bill Clinton, 8 out 0f 9 Supreme Court Justices, and 50.8% of Congressmen are millionaires. Are you a millionaire? There are well over 300 million people in this country and yet every President since 1984 has attended either Harvard or Yale. The average income in the US is roughly $50,000, why is it that the members of a legislative body established to represent the people average a net worth twenty times that?
This is not to say that education and money alone separate We the People from our bureaucratic masters, these are merely symptoms of the requisite privilege of the ruling elite. They are different than us. These animals are more equal than us. The problem is that they hate us. To the current leader of the free world, the masses of electorally unneeded Republican farmers from Idaho to Louisiana are bitter, clinging to their guns and their quaint religion. Those hillbillies who populate flyover country are mean. To the former Secretary of State, those honest, hardworking blue collar workers crushed by illegal immigration and environmentalism are a basket of irredeemable, deplorable, knuckle dragging bigots.
Although they explicitly insult only Republicans, we know that this ruling class hates liberals too because they lie to everyone indiscriminately. For years, parties on both sides of the aisle (particularly Democrats) lied using very subtle and technical untruths. Famous examples include climate change, democratic socialism, and moderate Islam. This year Democratic insiders got cocky and through sheer hubris deluded themselves into believing that CNN could propagandize a dying criminal into the White House. Tragically, this final, grand deception has been unraveling since its inception eight long years ago.
Earlier this week, on the fifteenth anniversary of 9/11, the official position of the Clinton campaign was that Hillary Clinton was fine and totally not dying. Later that day, Hillary attended a memorial ceremony at Ground Zero but due to New York City's notoriously hot fall season, she had to leave early due to heat exhaustion, which became so overwhelming that she collapsed upon her exit. Shortly afterward, the Clinton camp issued a statement saying that they had been lying the whole weekend, Hillary was not fine and she didn't collapse due to heat exhaustion, actually she had pneumonia since Friday and was dehydrated.
The initial position that Hillary Clinton's health was okay prior to Monday was obviously proven false and then retracted. The excuse that she had to be evacuated from the ceremony due to heat exhaustion is negated by the simple fact that it just wasn't very hot that day. The pneumonia cover up seems plausible, yet unless her pneumonia is viral and thus a possible symptom of Parkinson's disease, then she hugged a small child for a photo op while highly contagious with a deadly lung disease.
Perhaps the most disturbing twist in this web of lies is that when Hillary Clinton emerged from her daughter's apartment hours after collapsing to prove to the press that she can stand up, that wasn't Hillary Clinton. This is not confirmed, and most are hesitant to put a such an outlandish theory in print because it's insane but "#HillarysBodyDouble" was trending on Twitter for nearly a full day and for good reason. Upon close examination, photos of Hillary Clinton before and after her collapse expose disturbing irregularities. After blacking out from pneumonia, or dehydration, or heat exhaustion, or whatever afflicts the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton looks as though she has lost a considerable amount of weight, looks noticeably younger, her hair is a different color and texture, her cheek bones have a different contour, her nose is a different shape, and oh yeah, her hands are a different shape.
It is irrelevant whether or not this particular conspiracy theory proves true. That we are uncertain whether or not the Democratic presidential candidate used a body double to hide her deteriorating health is frightening. Beyond this, there seems to be a pattern consistent in the frequent deflections by globalist institutions like the media and the Clinton camp. Benghazi, the email scandal, the alt-right, Donald Trump, distrust in the media, and just about every other populist sentiment brought to the forefront by the madman in this election have been branded elements of a "vast right wing conspiracy." Is it not troubling that the ruling party has unsuccessfully yet persistently countered every legitimate accusation of collusion, cover ups, and fraud this year by ostracizing them as fringe and the stuff of tin foil hat conspiracy theorists?
The government and the media have been exposed as working together throughout the entire election to first rig the Democratic primary against Bernie Sanders and then to assist Hillary in the general. We know this because of some brave soul with the moral decency to leak damning emails between members of the DNC, and only because of the guerilla nature of Trump and his media campaign was this mainstreamed and accepted. This demonstrates the willingness and ability of Democratic elites to execute a conspiracy and cover up of unprecedented magnitude. Moreover, just as is the knee jerk reaction to 9/11 truthers and doomsday preppers living in RV's, Clinton and the NYT desperately attempted to brand the factual accusations of their conspiracy as conspiracy theory lunacy. For how long has this deception gone on?
The party of Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney and John McCain was content to define down conservatism to lowering the top marginal tax rate and antagonizing Russia; as such a timeline without Trump would have the nation overthrown and replace by a one party state lorded over by the bipartisan globalist elite. The perpetuation of the status quo would further the sacrifice of law and order, culture and tradition, religion and family, all at the altar of free trade. Only through the belligerently corrupt effort of our shadow government to install, quite literally, a rag doll puppet in the White House and only through the uniquely American bombastic courage of our people's champion has the true nature of our present situation been laid bare.
2016 would have shaped up to be a rehash of 2008 or 2012, another contest between Democrats who use the CIA and drones to bomb Arabs and Republicans anxious to use boots and tanks to disarm Persians. Another debate about tax rates for millionaires, another debate about trivial gun regulations, another round of red team/blue team propaganda so mind numbing that the scourge of corruption, larceny, and betrayal from the highest perches of power flies under the radar again. The success of Trump's campaign stemmed from the feeling that there was a great, powerful man living at the top of an ivory tower in the empire city who talked like us and felt like us and could win back our country for us.
Trump, maybe unconsciously, drove a wedge between the pearl clutching, Harvard educated, liberal ruling elite and the rough and tumble, tell-it-like-it-is majority of Americans. More than any other cultural icon, Trump made it plain through example just how far apart the government has drifted from its people, how far the nation has drifted from our Founders' vision of government of, by, and for the people. When he was asked about his controversial tweets at the first debate, a crime we are all guilty of, he replied with a funny joke about Rosie O'Donnell. The elites gasped, the people laughed. When Trump proposed a wall to stop illegal immigrants from pouring across our "swiss cheese" borders, the problem that dare not utter its name lest it rouse the ire of the political correctness gestapo, the elites said Trump's finished, the people said Trump's right!
This election is not about love vs hate, Republican vs Democrat, conservative vs liberal, or any other false dichotomy that the globalist controlled media invents to distract from the true nature of the contest, which has not been explicitly articulated. This election is the final stand of the American people against tyranny, a contest between We the American People of the Revolution and the same cancer of tyranny which we exercised some 240 years ago. Republicans and Democrats are correct in saying that Donald Trump is not Reagan. He is not Abraham Lincoln or Andrew Jackson either. Donald Trump is the George Washington of this century, a war-time president who we entrust with our lives and the lives of our families to lead this people once again to that shining city on a hill, to wage a guerilla campaign, with only God on our side, to defeat the forces of tyranny which have infected our republic.
For years the Alex Jones' of the world were called madmen. Those conspiracy theorists who saw the contempt in the eyes of smiling faces on CSPAN and CNN were ostracized as lunatics, tin foil hat neckbeards in trailers. All it took was some agency, the same skepticism and common sense in a red tie, a blue suit, and that trademark lion's mane of outrageous blonde hair to give credence to the suspicions which lurked in the minds of all Americans. The truth, when stated so directly, frankly, and colloquially by a man with nothing to lose, proved to be contagious. Hillary Clinton and her globalist sponsors snicker at the deplorable hordes of alt-right psychopaths rejecting the great globalist lies erected over the past 25 years. The ascendancy of the madman heralds the end of the old regime, and they know it.