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Kim, Cohen and Beating a Dead Horse
I’m not at all prepared to jump off Trump’s train simply because Stalinist Senator Chuckie Schumer sternly warned us of his deep concerns that Trump, unschooled in the serious matters of conducting the nations foreign policy business would–to satisfy his ego–give away the store to Kim Jong-un; the tinpot dictator of a nuclear armed North Korea.
So, what went wrong, or right for that matter, that no agreements were met? Well, Kim only pledged to dismantle the old Yongbyon nuclear facility, not his entire nuclear program that Trump previously specified was necessary if he were to entertain the idea of lifting all sanctions on North Korea.
With that, President Trump, author of the “Art of the Deal,” simply and politely, thanked Kim for coming, concluded further negotiations with him and flew away while Kim achieved nothing except another long ride home on his armored train. Logically, as a true negotiator would, Trump said “sometimes you have to walk.”
Trump clearly understood that Kim had a different vision of denuclearization and that what they talked about was “a lot closer than it was a year ago.” This would not have occurred under the leadership of Stalinista Hillary Clinton as it didn’t under Obama, Bush or Clinton.
Trump insisted he and Kim had a “good relationship.” Trump said there was no rush to reach an agreement. “We just want to do the right deal.”
Clearly, Schumer didn’t read Trumps ‘Art of the Deal,’ or if he did, he didn’t understand it or scoffed it off as nonsense. But, remember, Schumer is an important clog in the Stalinist political machine still reeling in confusion over Queen Hillary’s loss to that awful Donald Trump, and the whole purpose of their existence therefore, must be to correct the voters error of 2016.
The Stalinist controlled House of Representatives, under the fading management skills of Comrade Pelosi, under the pressure of their stalinist base, cunningly scheduled a House committee hearing to publicly ‘interrogate’ Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen at the moment of Trump’s second “Summit” with Kim Jong-un, in Vietnam. One media voice screams Trump lost to Kim and another voice claims Trump quit because Cohens testimony was so devastating. Nonsense. They’re beating a dead horse.
So, what did the Stalinists get? Basically, nothing we didn’t already know. In fact, Cohen exculpated Trump from many accusations the comrades held as undeniable truths. He did say Trump was “becoming an autocrat,” that the Trump Organization was steeped in a culture of threatening people, sometimes physically who might pose a threat to him, (he must have learned those tactics in NYC), and that “we (employees) were going to lie for him on something” and that’s what’s exactly happening in government now.” I hope that one day we’ll enjoy such a public witness interrogation of Hillary Clintons staffers. That would be interesting.
Now the news is filled with flash points that spell real danger. The collapse of Venezuela, the clash between nuclear armed India and Pakistan over who owns Kashmir; starvation riots over high gas prices and a collapsing society in Haiti. Let’s not forget the real threat from North Korea, its highly developed cyber hacking programs raking in billions of dollars from hijacked bank accounts in foreign countries including the hacking of multiple Internet systems, government and corporate files and of just about everybody.
North Korea doesn’t need nuclear weapons except as bargaining chips to frighten people. This mess we’re in, if it’s a mess and not just business as usual, is the fault of politicians, Democrats and their friends the uncooperative RINO Republicans who refuse to rally to Trump’s success and help Make America Great – Period.
Remember, freedom is the goal, the Constitution is the way. Now, go get ‘em!
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