[ASI] The Divine Donald

February 23rd, 2016 at 2:01 pm EST
Cliff Kincaid
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America's Survival, Inc.
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Dear Friend of America’s Survival:

Is Donald Trump divine?

Our job at America’s Survival, Inc. is to analyze current events and educate the public about critical facts. We look at the Sanders-Clinton race on the Democratic side and the battle among the Republican candidates. But our honest approach is not appreciated in some circles.

Consider the fact that the NewsWithViews.com website used to run my articles, until I started writing about the possibility that Donald Trump was a sleeper agent for Vladimir Putin. I was frankly alarmed by Trump’s pro-Putin remarks, at a time when the Russians are bombing hospitals in Syria. My columns critical of Trump were dropped from NewsWithViews.com like a hot potato. Now it runs regular articles by former Playboy bunny Kelleigh Nelson saying things like “I fully believe that God is the supernatural power behind Mr. Trump’s popularity.”

She claims that the State Chairman of the South Carolina GOP went on Fox News to assert that no matter what Donald Trump does, no matter what Donald Trump says, that everything works out well for him -- his numbers keep rising and and his rallies keep growing. He reportedly said, "For this to happen, there has to be a supernatural power behind him."

Nelson agreed with that, adding  that Trump “has a calling, and that calling is most likely a result of our prayers.” She asserts:

“Supernatural powers are behind Trump, as well as the American people who are for the first time in decades hearing the voice who resonates with them.”

This is mass delusion, my friends. It is similar to those who were hypnotized by Barack Obama into believing his “hope and change” mantra.

In regard to her claim that “God has chosen Donald Trump as the vessel who can save us,” a rebuttal to the Nelson article has been circulating, noting that, “Donald cannot even save himself, as evidenced by four bankruptcies and two failed marriages.”

This author critical of Trump went on:

Americans are not acting from any resonating voice, but rather from raw fear of our wicked and wildly corrupt government. Rather than the profile Nelson presents, the real story here is the triumph of fear over reason. Rather than her embellished story of a great leader, Nelson lost the golden opportunity to relate the much greater story of the promise of greatness, squandered on the altar of self.

I have noted several times that conservative columnist Fred Barnes has predicted a Republican electoral disaster in November with Trump at the top of the ticket.

Senator Marco Rubio says, “We can’t win if we nominate someone…that half of the Republican Party hates. We are going to be fighting against each other all the way to November. I don’t care how much you may think they’re funny or how interesting they may sound. If we nominate someone that 40 to 50 percent of our party can’t stand, we are going to lose.”

I don’t support or oppose Rubio, but he speaks a lot of common sense in that statement.

The “divide and conquer” strategy used by Obama to win the presidecy is being used by Trump to win the GOP nomination for president.

I welcome your comments at Kincaid@comcast.net



For America's Survival,


Cliff Kincaid, President




 

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