The elephant in the room
With all the bombast on the talk shows about the election, there is little mention of the elephant in the room: Black Lives Matter.
In one of these shows, Senator Rick Santorum brought up the question of why so many businessmen were boarding up their enterprises. After a short liberal rebuttal over his insinuation, where they argued that the Trumpers, with their caravans blocking Biden busses, were just as much of a threat as racial violence, the subject was embarrassingly dropped.
Everyone knows, the elephant cannot be discussed. The black con will yell and scream that the discussion is “racist” – they will be offended – and who knows what will then happen.
But the elephant is still there, as big as ever: if Trump won the election, there probably would have been nation-wide riots, led by the members of the black con (a group of dysfunctional racial ideas). And this rioting, looting, burning, and assaulting, led by mostly young black men, is what many conservatives oppose. And this is why many of them blackened Trump’s box on election day.
Trump sees a bias in American thought
And he was right. The mainstream media got it wrong. They saw the election as a blow-out, as did I. I had the idea that no one in their right mind would vote for Trump, because, certainly, there would be four more years of chaos: twitters; insults; one outrageous act after another; and “Trump” making the headlines every day.
Who in their right mind would want that?
Well, a large percentage of his 70 million voters were in their right minds, and that’s exactly what they wanted.
The only problem was they didn’t tell this to the pollsters.
All of the left’s interpretation of political reality was biased, biased against Trump.
Why did they vote for Trump?
The contempt for Trump caused a distortion of the perception of political reality. Hate distorts. Love sees reality clearly.
This is one reason his opponents seldom give reasonable answers to this question. But I will give you a couple of suggestions:
- Trump accurately saw that the Progressives tapped into the masochistic instinct of the American polity. The Progressives were devoted to helping other countries at the expense of American citizens. Look at the transfer of all the manufacturing jobs from American cities to Mexico and China.
- Trump was openly against the black con (the set of dysfunctional racial ideas). He was openly against the belief that America was a racist, oppressive country with an infinite debt to people of color. He was against the moral blank check, where people of color had the right to refuse reasonable requests of cops and the violently resist arrest. He was opposed to assault, murder, and theft, regardless of skin color.
- He was opposed to open borders, where the U.S. was the only country in the world that had no control over immigration. He saw clearly that open borders were a conscious plan of the Progressive con and the black con in allow massive illegal immigration from Latin America, where most of the new citizens would never vote Republican. As displayed in the last election, this means a permanent demographic shift in favor of the Democrats and people of color: “Down with white people and up with people of color.” (Any shade of color, just not white.)
Who could be opposed to such a strategy? Racists? Bigots? Oppressors?
Trump was opposed to the denigration of U.S. citizens, especially by illegal immigrants.