Trump is signaling on Truth Social that he wants to be a fascist dictator—and that spells trouble with a capital T…
As the Republican party continues its implosion, Trump continues to stoke the fires of rage with made-up victimhood that appeals to his grievance-laden, know-nothing, hate-anything-Other base.
Honestly, I have been pondering all this week if Republicans are just achingly dumb or if they are the smartest folks in the room, force-feeding the masses their bread and circuses while they plot a Project 2025 style overthrown.
I concluded that both things can be true at once.
Let’s look at a recent WaPo article as a case in point.
A recent Meidas Touch Network report reveals Trump gleefully signaled that he wants to be the King of the United States and is likely to seize the opportunity if elected to another term.
Why not—it’s good to be dah King.
No one challenges you, and all usurpers are summarily put down—by any means necessary.
Trump often laments that the US doesn’t have strong authoritarian leadership, and his recent posts indicate he is poised to take the reigns of leadership and establish a winner-take-all approach to governing:
On Truth Social, Trump reposted a post from Rep. Cory Mills describing why some people support Trump. Attached to Mills' post is a Washington Post opinion article titled, A Trump dictatorship is increasingly inevitable. We should stop pretending, written by Robert Kagan.
"Trump also enjoys another advantage. The national mood less than a year before the election is one of bipartisan disgust with the political system in general. Rarely in American history has democracy’s inherent messiness been more striking. In Weimar Germany, Hitler and other agitators benefited from the squabbling of the democratic parties, right and left, the endless fights over the budget, the logjams in the legislature, the fragile and fractious coalitions. German voters increasingly yearned for someone to cut through it all and get something — anything — done. It didn’t matter who was behind the political paralysis, either, whether the intransigence came from the right or the left." —MTN
Does it bother anyone that the above Washington Post quote seems to nonchalantly shrug its shoulders and act as if they are okay with this?
Instead of focusing on the pure, existential threat of a potential Trump dictatorship, America is caught up in George Santos's reality TV-style drama as he gears up to smear feces all over the faces of his old Republican pals.
Also from Meidas Touch Network:
George Santos has promised a Revenge Tour against the former Republican colleagues who voted to expel him. He has already implicated at least 5 of them on everything from insider trading, tax fraud, campaign finance fraud, being gay, missing votes while drunk, and obstruction of justice, with promises of more to come.
Far-right provocateur and independent journalist Laura Loomer is a Trump loyalist who doesn't have much use for many of the Republicans in the House. Loomer also has a new podcast called, 'Loomer Report,' and over 690,000 followers on Twitter. She reached out to Santos on Twitter and asked him to come on her podcast to "TELL ALL about your GOP colleagues."
Recall how I said two things can be true at once: It is probable that Santos is a greedy, awful, evil human being; that Laura Loomer is unscrupulous enough to take advantage of his ouster for her benefit, all while smarter minds meet in back rooms, making deals on how to divide up the United States once she falls.
Not only is it possible—it is likely already happening right under our noses.
I have been ending my latest articles with vote blue for a reason—
So… vote blue, folks.