Two readers recently asked me why I seem to support President Trump.
I thought that was a coincidence. Perhaps I’m meant to reply publicly.
They pointed out his transgressions and I agree.
It’s interesting. I’ll support President Obama until an uncorrupted court of law tells me why not to. But I can’t say I support President Trump in the same way.
Where I’m at with the President is that I admire him for doing what President Kennedy died for – taking action to bring down the secret state. That takes courage.
He – in league with the White-Hat team behind him – is draining the swamp, stopping the Satanic pedophiles, beginning a planetary clean-up.
Why in heavens’ name would I not be out there cheering for such a program? If I were younger I’d probably want to participate in some meaningful way.
The snare that’s been extended to catch the cabal is too well planned to have been put together by the Trump team. Few of them have lasted a few months in office. I don’t believe they could have organized or carried out the Second American Revolution that’s happening today.
The team’s that’s leading it would need the military behind them and that doesn’t materialize in a day. Nor does it materialize for “anyone.” The fact that the White-Hat military backs Trump is a credit to Trump.
People are not 100% “good” or 100% “bad.” But sometimes it’s as if anyone supporting a person in some way is interpreted as saying that he’s 100% “good.” No, I don’t support people who say their wealth and standing allows them to grope women and pay off the settlements. That isn’t civilized behavior, in my books, as events since he made that remark have made crystal clear (#MeToo, #Timesup).
But he’s also a part of the take-down of the deep state, as at least the figurehead leader of the operation.
I think it takes tremendous bravery to take on the most dangerous people on the planet – the New World Order.
I’d applaud him if it turned out that all that the President did was simply sign on the dotted line and smile for the cameras. As long as he allows the unfoldment that’s taking place to occur.
Would I rather he stopped making offensive comments and launching tirades? Yes, I would.
Do I assent to his groping? No, I do not.
Is he accountable for it? In my view, yes, he is.
But let’s drain the swamp first. Maybe by then he may realize how much he’s offended people and for how long. The role of President during a reformation might civilize him or even transform him.
If he survives.