“He’s going to be the best and he’s not going to sit and explain every single detail because not everybody’s mindset can understand it. So his incredible vision, future vision for the country is what matters.” – Trump supporter Ayhan Pauwelyn speaking to reporters at the Phoenix rally last night
We know what color they are, we know their average age, their religion, their median household income and now, based on the telling quote above, we should be able to approximate their IQ. I am estimating it is somewhere between tree bark and moss.
“He’s not going to sit and explain every single detail because not everybody’s mindset can understand it.” Since Trump first announced that he was running for President I have been waiting for this explanation. I have kept asking myself, “What am I missing?” What does this man know, what can this man do that I just don’t understand? Now I have my answer. I am apparently one of the 65% whose “mindset” simply can’t grasp the hallucinations of the Great Wizard. His “incredible vision” is just to deep, to rich, to thick, to freaking mind-blowing for me to comprehend. Guess what, I am not alone. It appears, at least to me, even the Deplorable Nation can’t explain it either.
At this point it is easier to list the people and institutions that Trump doesn’t blame for all of his and the worlds problems because there is just one not at fault…….Donald J. Trump. Everything and everyone else is preventing him from, wait for it, Making America Great Again!
I hate making this comparison but I do find it revealing, Adolf Hitler rose to prominence in the early years of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (commonly known as the Nazi Party) by making fiery speeches advocating extreme nationalism. His rise was aided in part by his willingness to use and encourage violence in advancing his political objectives and he recruited party members who were willing to do the same. Like Trump, Hitler didn’t win the popular vote. He was named Chancellor of Germany through the electoral control of the Nazi Party.
“He’s down-home American. He says it from his heart and he loves our country, and that is why there are thousands of people out there. We love this man.” – Trump supporter Diane Bivona
I am not sure whose or which America Ms. Bivona is referring to but for me, Donald Trump does not represent the “down-home American”. Apparently I have been living in the wrong America and that is what concerns me, how 35% can decide what America should be or look like.
Don’t think we are too smart, or too sophisticated to prevent a repeat of history. There are patterns, patterns easy to detect. Discontent with the prevailing political party. Discounting the power, the influence and the truth of the press and Hitlers discrimination against Jews could just as easily be Trumps bias against Muslims.
The genocide of six million European Jews was a horrible chapter in the history of this world. Honestly there are no words to even begin to describe how horrible. Let’s not repeat this horrendous act on another religious group by dropping bombs on a specific sect of Muslims our President has labeled as radical and view the innocents caught-up in the massacre as simply collateral damage.
Hyperbole? Maybe, and then again, maybe not. Am I the only one who finds it intriguing that “our” President requires, needs these kind of monthly Rally’s, these kind of ego fixes? We know he loves, he thrives on the adulation, but look at the frenzy he creates. It is frightening. What he stirs up is more discontent, more anger, more hatred for what, so he can gloat and glow for an hour in front of 15,000 people? Trump is not the President of unity but then again he has never claimed to be.
What is the average IQ of a Deplorable? Hopefully high enough to wake-up one morning and say “Oh shit what is this man doing to our country?” I wouldn’t hold my breath. What are you going to do?
“Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.” – George Carlin