- Aug 14, 2014
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There is no question that President Trump accomplished some amazing things during his presidency. The problem is that everything Trump accomplished was reversed or compromised by faux President Biden within two months of Biden taking office, so it is a fact we have nothing to show from the Trump presidency -- except one thing: Trump's election delayed full implementation of the Communist takeover of the United States by four short years.
Trump is a very savvy, shrewd businessman, and we hired him to be president for that reason, but Trump also revealed himself to be a complete fool in many other areas of the political environment, and that foolishness allowed the Democrats to completely reverse everything he did for us once they got back in office. Yes, I know the election was stolen, but frankly, President Trump allowed it.
In speech after speech, and interview after interview leading up to the election, Trump kept telling us all the election could be stolen, but he took no legal action to stop it prior to the election. He also failed to make sure Federal Marshals were stationed at every swing state vote counting room to assure the GOP poll watchers were able to watch, and even after receiving early warnings that the GOP poll watchers were being thwarted from their duties, he still did nothing. For a man alleged to be so smart and savvy, we have to consider two possibilities: Either Trump thought he was unbeatable with or without the vote fraud, or he really didn't care if he won or not. I suspect his ego was so bloated it was unthinkable or even impossible to lose, even after Biden stupidly stated he had the most highly organized vote fraud machine ever concocted ready to strike.
But Trump's political incompetence goes well beyond that stolen election to the very first two months he was in office! It had become plain to all of us that AG Jeff Sessions was not doing his job to protect Trump, even recusing himself from the Russia Hoax investigation. Trump let him stay in that position way too long. In fact, if Trump were as smart as we all hoped he'd be, he would have cleansed the entire government of Obama appointees and employees, particularly after it became obvious he was constantly being stabbed in the back by them. Instead, he let them stay and play all the way through his administration. It has now been reported that Bill Barr threatened to quit if Trump fired FBI Director Wray, and Trump already had suspicions that Barr was not in his camp, so instead of getting a two-fer, he let both political enemies stay! I could go on and on recounting all the stupid mistakes Trump made, up to and including the fact he left the White House with a whimper, but you know all that -- or at least by now you should!
Probably the second-worst Trump failure was to sign all those ridiculous spending bills that have put runaway inflation on the tongues of every competent financial expert in America lately, but Trump's very worst mistake was to slam through approval of the Covid-19 vaccines before they were fully tested, not to mention the fact he allowed the pharmaceutical companies that produced those vaccines complete immunity if the vaccines they produced caused harm -- which they certainly have. Even today, Trump is still urging Americans to get vaccinated with that poison after Trump himself survived Covid-19 usingprophylactic medications to defeat his infection within one week.
Based on that last observation alone, I have absolutely zero confidence that Donald J. Trump has learned from his mistakes, and I believe that even if Trump were reinstated as President he would make the exact same mistakes all over again. If you think about it, Trump has never been self-critical and he has never admitted error. If you don't recognize and admit your mistakes, you don't learn from those mistakes, which is exactly how the Liberals operate, so frankly, I'm done with Trump no matter how these forensic audits turn out. When President Trump walked out of the White House without even trying to use the Insurrection Act, he failed us all miserably, and he cost us our nation and potentially, our freedoms, which is why I haven't tuned in to hear a Trump speech since the election.
Carl F. Worden