The Trump Revolution has
NOTHING to do with the GOP
The Trump Party attacks the Hildabeast
while GOP officials endorse her
We are seeing a People's Revolution against the corrupt alliance between the open borders GOP and Democrats.
You can see the revolution in the streets and at Trump rallies. Thousands of people will scream the anti-Hillary chant "Lock her up" or wear Bill Clinton rape shirts. The peasants are angry.
Then you see the Wall Street funded GOP Ruling Class endorsing Clinton or going out of their way to trash their own nominee.
John McCain: "I think I might write in Lindsey Graham."
To bottom line it, there are actually three political parties in America.
- Democrats - Funded by Wall Street to keep the borders wide, wide open to millions of legal and illegal aliens to drive down wages, export jobs, keep the spending machine going and centralize power in Washington.
- Republicans - Funded by Wall Street to keep the borders wide, wide open to millions of legal and illegal aliens to drive down wages, export jobs, keep the spending machine going and centralize power in Washington.
- The People - We peasant have effectively formed the Trump Party to stand against the other two parties. We are opposed to open borders and power being centralized with the Wall Street funded Oligarchs.
The sad part of this is the Trump Party has at best maybe five members in Congress. The Oligarchs own almost every other legislator. We have no one on our side.
We see this back in February when the corrupt Obamatrade was signed in secret without debate. The GOP and Dems have worked together to keep the treaty top secret and far away from public view.
Because of the lies I left the corrupt Republican Party in 2003. These days I call myself a Constitutional Federalist or Nationalist. I would love to see a new Nationalist Party form. Maybe if Trump wins that might happen. But I am not holding my breath.
The best we Nationalists can hope for is to capture the White House with Trump.
|The Best Congress Money Can Buy|
In the olden days Congressmen represented their districts back home. No longer. Congressmen are nothing more than the bought and paid for lackeys of open borders Wall Street Cartels.
Literally billions of dollars is poured into campaigns to buy our "representatives" while they are in office. Combine that with promises of high paying corporate jobs when they leave office, and the average voter has zero voice in their own government.
|"If I am elected President, I will end the special |
interest monopoly in Washington, D.C."