Don’t make me combover there

I’m the first, maybe the second, to tell you that Donald J. Trump is not necessarily the sharpest tool in the shed. But at least he’s in the shed, while his loudest opponents evidently were left out in the rain:

The Soros-ites think Trump is a gravy train, keeping the money flowing into their various causes. The GOPe think that the Uniparty’s big money donors will reward them with power and influence if they obstruct Trump’s agenda. The Cucks think they can play their usual game of “advance the Left’s agenda, but politely,” and reap the usual rewards. The idiot apparatchiks in #TheResistance think they’ll be first in line for a promotion when things return to normal.

That’s not going to happen. Trump’s been doing the Lucy-with-the-football routine since the primaries, far earlier than most of us — myself most definitely included — could see it. Remember all those Dems crossing over in the open primaries to vote for Trump? Remember those few weeks when every Lefty pundit in existence was gleefully on the Trump train, begging Republicans to vote for him? How’d that work out, geniuses? To anyone who’s been paying attention, it’s pretty clear that Trump loves giving people enough rope to hang themselves … and like Lenin said, he’ll even sell them the rope. He’s already talking about defunding Berkeley, and at this rate Soros will find himself deported into the loving arms of Viktor Orbán. Smarten up, comrades.

The Donald doesn’t have to be smarter than everyone; he just has to be smarter than them. Fortunately, this is not difficult.





1 comment

  1. McG »

    8 February 2017 · 10:37 am

    The GOPe think that the Uniparty’s big money donors will reward them with power and influence if they obstruct Trump’s agenda.

    lolwut?

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