Thursday, October 26, 2023

The Conspiracy to End America

Here is yet another ex-Republican Trump-hater plugging a book:
Former Republican strategist raises alarms about GOP in 'The Conspiracy to End America'

PBS NewsHour

Stuart Stevens has spent the majority of his decades-long career getting Republicans elected to political office. But his latest book is a warning to the country about the current state of the GOP and its threat to America’s democracy. Amna Nawas spoke with Stevens about the book titled, "The Conspiracy to End America: Five Ways My Old Party Is Driving Our Democracy to Autocracy."

He has three complaints: (1) Pres. Trump is the same as Hitler; (2) many Republicans like Trump; and (3) the big-money donors are unable to take the Republican Party from Trump.

This is really deranged on the part of PBS TV and Stevens. They are suffering from a mental illness.

Trump was President for 4 years. We had peace and prosperity. Biden has started wars, tried for a New World Order, prosecuted his political enemies, and inflated the currency. His family has taken bribes. He is much more like Hitler than Trump.

That is not just my opinions. These Trump-haters like Stevens are unable to name any way in which the Biden administration has been better than Trump's. There is no substantive criticism at all.

If Trump really controlled the Republican Party, then he would elect a Speaker of his choice. They would vote to fund the Wall and other Trump priorities.

Democrat politicians and appointments are much more consistent sticking to the ideological demands of the party bosses.

I have watched a lot of these Trump-haters, such as Mitt Romney, Liz Cheney, and the Lincoln Project. I do not believe that any of them are sincere. If they were, then they could explain how Biden is better than Trump. They do not even try. I think that they are evil and dishonest. They have some horrible agenda that they are too embarrassed to admit.

1 comment:

CFT said...

Trump Derangement Syndrome IS an actual thing. I laughed the first time I heard the term, but the more I observed people who formerly behaved somewhat normally begin to act increasingly erratic and aggressively (i.e., Mitt Romney), I begin to realize they were in fact having some kind of mental breakdown caused by having their desires for power and/or influence frustrated.