Fall of the House of Trumpenstein
Next act in the long running play
News is breaking that Donald Trump will turn himself in to New York authorities Tuesday, where he expects to be arrested. Huh? Where did this come from? Arrested for what exactly? Why now? And why in New York? What is the proudest and least humble man in America 2.0 doing humbling himself like this?
Several questions arise here. Why is Trump traveling from Florida to New York, for the purpose of being arrested? In these cases, usually witnesses are extradited to other states. And governors can always refuse to extradite, as happened consistently during Jim Garrison’s investigation. So wouldn’t Ron DeSantis, as a loyal Republican, deny any laughable extradition order for Trump? Or would DeSantis be happy to get rid of his obnoxious rival for the presidential nomination, especially given Trump’s curious attacks on his character? So many potential plot twists.
As most of you know, I concluded long ago, shortly into Trump’s presidency, that he was an actor assigned by those who misrule us, to play the part of opposition leader. Kind of like Immanuel Goldstein in Orwell’s 1984. In fact, I referred to him sometimes as Trump/Goldstein. Trumpenstein is a play on Frankenstein. Trumpenstein is the monster from America 1.0, when White males were large and in charge. His character was designed to divide and conquer, and he has certainly done that. Trumpenstein triggered virtually every American. I was a member of what I called the smallest minority group in the country- the Trump Agnostics. I refused the bait.
The country was ready for a real Third Party (yeah, I know we should have more, but at least let’s start somewhere) in 2016. Both Trump and Bernie Sanders tapped into the innate populism that exists out there, in the hearts and minds of millions of blue collar and middle class voters. I don’t think Sanders was sincere, either, but in any event the DNC conspired to deny him the Democratic Party nomination, and rigged it for the Queen of Corruption, Hillary Clinton. The same emails that proved this conclusively were used, and are still being used, by Deep State forces to promote an absurd Russia-Trump lot to deny Hillary the presidency.
Probably half the country developed Trump Derangement Syndrome to at least some degree. It is a very real condition. I lost many friends, and even my own niece cancelled me from her life, over my initial support for Trump. I still get mistaken as a Trump supporter, because of my opposition to his powerful enemies. Or supposed enemies. We don’t know how many people are actually signed up as performers in the Trumpenstein Project, and how many are reacting emotionally to the Pavlovian triggers. The average person, obviously, isn’t an actor, so they are responding organically to intense propaganda. Their visceral hatred is very, very real.
The four years of the Trump presidency drove a wedge through this crumbling country that can probably never be repaired. The Left, which had already drifted deep into authoritarian political correctness, became absolutely unhinged with the election of Trump. Not my president! Irrational nonbinaries screeching in their pussy hats. Despite Trump doing very little but tweeting out often great rhetoric, the mainstream declared him the worst “racist” the world had ever seen, and acted as if he’d brought the troops home and closed the border. He didn’t. He deported fewer illegals than Obama. He rescued a Black rapper from Sweden.
As a man, Donald Trump is either the insincere actor I believe he is, a member of the WWE Hall of Fame, or he is the most childishly egotistical and inarticulate member the billionaire club has ever seen. It’s what Trump represents that’s important. Trump is the ultimate embodiment of the old order- America 1.0. The kind who slapped the asses of females in work environments and aggressively hit on them. The kind that wanted their wives to stay home and raise their kids. To cook and clean for them. Now, obviously, that didn’t apply personally to Trump. He had nannies and housekeepers. But again, the symbolism is what counts.
Trump is also the face of the opposition to a level of corruption and tyranny the world has never seen before. In reality, of course, he’s a guy who pardoned the president of Death Row Records, not Julian Assange or Edward Snowden. He’s the guy who bombed Syria, and assassinated an alleged Iranian “terrorist.” But he tweeted a really strong game. Millions still look to him as their political savior. No matter how often he brags about developing the “warp speed” vaccine that is fulfilling every eugenicist’s fantasies, his nonvaccinated followers continue to cheer wildly.
If Trump does inexplicably report to New York, to be summarily arrested- something he has no obligation to do, and something anyone of his wealth would fight successfully with an army of lawyers none of us can afford- it will be a huge symbolic defeat for the “deplorables” who should be used to losing by now. After all, they haven’t really “won” anything politically in their lifetimes. For Trump, it will probably mean a quick exit off stage and a trip to some idyllic paradise. Maybe on an island with Jeffrey Epstein. People of Trump’s status don’t go to prison. But maybe they’ll claim he went to prison. See- no one is above the law! We told you Orange Man bad!
Either way, I think it’s likely you’ll see Trumpenstein do a perp walk. Maybe clad in that orange jumpsuit we all wanted to see on Hillary. She would have looked so natural in it. The irony- all those “lock her up!” cries, quickly repudiated by Trumpenstein the moment he entered the Oval Office (“The Clintons are good people”), and instead it’s him getting locked up. Millions will be ecstatic. Some will have their pants down at their ankles, getting a gratification we couldn’t understand out of Trump’s almost certainly fake comeuppance. The late night talk shows and The View will be as giddy as if they’re prepping for the darkest Black Mass of the year.
So the “felony” here (upgraded from a misdemeanor) is Trump paying off stripper Stormy Daniels. Will she be charged with extortion? Seems to me that would be the bigger crime. On the rare occasions when the rich and powerful are charged with any offenses, prosecutors lower the charges. They never raise them. Until now, apparently. So it’s a felony to pay off a stripper who’s demanding hush money. But violent crimes, in the same New York City, are being treated as misdemeanors. Shoplifting is basically legal in large cities now. And Hunter Biden, like the Clintons and so many other villains from the Swamp Trump didn’t drain, remain free at large.
Recall that Bill Clinton paid Paula Jones over $600,000 in hush money once upon a time. Unlike Stormy Daniels, who was a professional sex worker as I believe they’re called now, poor Paula was a lowly secretary who was sexually harassed by serial harasser and accused rapist Governor Bill Clinton, who was her superior. Somehow, that didn’t qualify as even a misdemeanor, let alone a felony. Paula Jones was lambasted by the same suspects in the state controlled media who have expressed outrage over Trump’s “grab ‘em by the pussy” locker room comment. “Trailer Park Trash,” the gentle and tolerant liberals called her. No feminists defended her.
The same Social Justice Warriors who would presumably like to see Trump hanged in the public square- maybe after a public flogging from Nancy Pelosi- were apoplectic that Bill Clinton was “impeached over a blow job.” And again, Monica Lewinsky was his severe underling- a lowly White House intern. A tremendous imbalance of power, you might say, if you weren’t a hypocritical “feminist.” Had Lewinski been forced to give a blow job to some White House janitor, would these “feminists” have acted as magnanimously? Remember, “journalist” Nina Burleigh proclaimed a willingness to give Clinton a blow job, just for keeping abortion legal. How Empowering.
With all the crimes the Clintons committed- the massive Body Count, Whitewater, cattle shares, Filegate, Vince Foster, the mass murder at Waco, the demonization of “extremists” after the Oklahoma City bombing (which was clearly another inside job), and perhaps the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Jr., among many others, how are they both still respected public figures, without any chance of ever being prosecuted? How about Bush’s “weapons of mass destruction” lie? Obama’s Benghazi, Fast and Furious, and cold blooded murder of a wedding party in Yemen? Trump’s taunting tweets and juvenile food fights don’t seem to quite rise to that level.
And yet it is Donald Trump, not George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, or Barack Obama, who faces the prospect of incarceration. Or so we’re told. It probably doesn’t really matter. Image is what’s important here. Symbolically, the only political leader who brashly opposed our insane immigration policy, our “senseless wars,” and vowed to “drain the swamp,” being held to “justice” is what’s important. Lest the unwashed masses think again about touting “America First,” or blasting the “lying media,” remember what happened to the Giant Orange Man. Line up for your latest booster, declare your pronouns, and salute the Ukrainian flag. Our democracy is fragile!
Trumpenstein is calling for “protests” in the wake of his arrest, which he is oddly facilitating. This of course raises the prospect of another “insurrectionist” psyop, with undercover agents front and center. Ray Epps is probably available. He’s certainly not in jail. Is this the reason for Trump’s bizarre submission to a criminal justice system that isn’t even pretending to play by the rules any longer? Trump’s latest attorney is Joe Tacopina, a frequent talking head on television who has represented many celebrity figures. Will he fare any better than Trump’s previous crack legal team, led by Sidney “Release the Kraken” Powell and the hapless Rudy Giuliani?
The district attorney Trump is turning himself into is Alvin Bragg. Naturally, he’s an African-American. Can’t have some White guy playing that part. Again, the symbolism. The culture’s ultimate representation of those Dead White Males, surrendering to an alpha Black male. Just like in all the movies. Maybe he’ll get a green haired transgender judge. At any rate, millions will share an orgasmic experience. Millions of others will be crestfallen, and perhaps finally realize how pointless their trust in the “plan” was. The remaining QAnon loyalists will probably still be insisting Trump is playing 8 million degree chess. Two more weeks.
As I said after Trump became president, it was the most shocking political event in my lifetime. I would have bet every penny I owned that Swamp matriarch Hillary Clinton was going to be given her figurative gold watch, for her decades of service to the cause of organized corruption. I gave up making predictions. So I don’t really know what the end game will be here- the final act to the Trumpenstein Project. Maybe they’ll use this to invigorate his base, and he’ll be more popular than ever. Elon Musk claims this will ensure his reelection to the presidency. Of course, Elon Musk also says he’s ending shadow banning on Twitter. I’m still shadow banned.
Like any well written production, this melodrama could go in several different directions. Will the Deep State use the arrest of their hero Orange Man to drum home the notion that resistance is futile, to the 80 million or so Americans that insist the 2020 and 2022 elections were rigged, that men can’t give birth, and that It’s Okay to be White? Will Orange Man’s latest legal team actually perform like the legal teams for all others of his financial worth, and defeat the otherwise invincible criminal “justice” system? The unwashed masses never win in our courts. The rich never lose. So will Trump be turned into an unwashed mass? Don’t miss our next episode!
Whether this is scripted, or tyrannical reality, it is bad news for the 80 percent of us who must lose under our hopelessly rigged system, in order for 20 percent to win. And for less than one percent to win bigly, as a former reality TV star used to say. If most Americans could critically think, they would have been in the streets a long time ago. I mean tens of millions of them. Angry and frothing at the mouth. Ready to tar and feather their criminal “representatives.” Mad as hell and refusing to take it any more. But they’re not really mad at all. They still believe in the system. The one that Trump called rigged, and noted that you don’t trust the ones who rigged it to fix it.
Something is very wrong with a world that allows despicable villains like Hillary Clinton to enjoy her golden years, while the journalist who exposed her latest crimes during the 2016 election to the world, Julian Assange, is the one behind bars. You know, the one Trump didn’t pardon. The memes are already being circulated, of Hillary, or Nancy Pelosi, or Hunter Biden, visiting the giant Orange Man in prison and taunting him with their poisonous “Woke” barbs. We’re all members of the Washington Generals now, the hapless outfit whose job it was to lose every game to the Harlem Globetrotters. We can’t win. It isn’t in the script.
Donald Trump’s only tangible crime was misleading and disappointing millions of good and decent people. Beyond that, his corruption pales in comparison to any president since LBJ. He has no real Body Count, unlike the others. Perhaps he should be sued by those who voted for him for breach of promises. But we could sue any politician for that. Tuesday will probably be interesting. Will there be protests? Will it matter? Or will nothing actually happen? Pick your scenario. Whatever it is, it won’t be in the interests of the people. It won’t make things better for most of us. We have long since passed the point of being tired of all of that Trump “winning.”