One of the most interesting things to watch is when human beings go off on tangents because they don’t understand the game they’re actually playing.

Every single day for the past I don’t know how long, somebody’s been surprised at something Donald Trump said.

Today, the shock and awe is about Trump talking about punishing women:

What’s funny about this is that Trump doesn’t even want to be POTUS. He noticed what I’ve been talking about for the past eight years, which is that Republicans, as intelligent as a lot of them are, never never never send their cream of the crop to attempt to become President. They always send these clowns that have no chance at all of winning and get slaughtered at the polls worse and worse every single time.

This year wasn’t going to be any different. Everybody that already dropped out was a joker. The latest casualty was Marco Rubio, who had *ZERO* chance of winning to begin with, and he was scoring something like 9% of the Republican vote in his primary attempts. If for some reason they would have pushed Rubio through to a brokered convention and attempted to run him against Hillary or Bernie, he would have chalked up yet another EPIC EMBARRASSMENT for the Republican party.

So Trump jumps in there and has been clowning the other Republican nominees non-stop.

He’s obviously doing this for the publicity and to undermine the Republican clowns.

I’m not sure yet whose payroll he’s on. 😀 It’s either Hillary Clinton or the MNCs. (

His job is to make Republicans look as stupid as possible.

With no experience whatsoever, he’s defeated people who have been elected as Governors of their respective states.

This is an indictment of the Republican vetting process as far as who they send to attempt to lead the country.

I’m convinced that they don’t WANT to run the country. I think their style is to counterpunch.. To sit back, blame the leader for this and that, and then make their money in the House of Representatives by getting paid beaucoup ducats by lobbyists.

There has to be a good reason why ZERO intelligent, competent Republicans have attempted to run for President in recent history.

So Trump took good advantage of this and has been playing a game with you this entire time.

It’s interesting to watch.

The reason he’s playing this game is that he knows that at the end of the day, when he loses miserably to Hillary or Bernie, that he still has FU Money and your opinion of him doesn’t count at all.

Peep Game

Trump is burning bridges with practically everybody.

He can do this because none of those bridges have anything to do with him staying rich.

If you don’t have any effect, your opinion doesn’t count.

Sit in the back seat of a car and tell the driver to turn left at the next corner and watch what happens.

The driver is going to turn or not turn depending on what he or she feels like doing.

If your opinion counts, they will consider turning. If it doesn’t count, they’re just going to do whatever they want to do.

If you tell the driver to turn left and then they keep driving straight, the intelligent conclusion is that your opinion doesn’t count. You should continue your interactions with the driver based on that fact.

Instead, people make up all kinds of excuses. The driver didn’t hear me. There must have been a dog in the road, so they didn’t turn. The steering wheel malfunctioned. They thought I said the next block, not this block. blah blah blah

This is where you experience a glitch in The Matrix.

It’s your job to recognize reality and respond accordingly. If you continue to believe the original narrative, you start making good decisions based on bad information.

Since you believe Trump is running for President, you think he’s going to avoid offending people.

When Trump offends people, you feel outraged and act like he’s crazy.

In fact, he’s following his own program and you don’t know what that program is.

You’re looking for Trump to hit a home run and he’s playing football.

You’re waiting for him to step to the plate and swing a bat and he’s running with the ball towards the end zone for an easy touchdown.

All this yammering you do about “What Trump Thinks” is just getting him more press and advancing his actual agenda.

What you SHOULD be asking yourself is why Trump is alienating entire groups of people for no reason at all.

What you SHOULD be asking yourself is why Republicans never field candidates that you consider to be intelligent and competent although you disagree with their stances on certain policies… Someone where you say “I want the Democrat to win, but if the Republican wins, I figure he’ll do a good job with the country anyway.”

Trump has made it so that people that don’t even like Hillary *OR* Bernie are going to vote for them merely as an anti-Trump vote.

Simultaneously, his behavior is likely to cause a lot of Republicans to lose lesser elections, perhaps even resulting in the Democrats controlling Congress.

This is why the same dude who tried AND FAILED MISERABLY to prevent President Obama from having a 2nd term is now rallying his forces AGAINST TRUMP:

“Inside the Republican Party’s Desperate Mission to Stop Donald Trump”:

While still hopeful that Mr. Rubio might prevail, Mr. McConnell has begun preparing senators for the prospect of a Trump nomination, assuring them that, if it threatened to harm them in the general election, they could run negative ads about Mr. Trump to create space between him and Republican senators seeking re-election. Mr. McConnell has raised the possibility of treating Mr. Trump’s loss as a given and describing a Republican Senate to voters as a necessary check on a President Hillary Clinton, according to senators at the lunches.

Since the Republicans have figured out that Trump is a mole, you should have, too.

Stop Yelling At The Television Screen

A lot of people don’t understand things that I do, such as write articles about how Trump is playing them for suckers and that I’m sitting here laughing at them for reacting to him. 😀

That’s because it isn’t FOR them to understand. It’s for ME to understand, and for the people that have a proper grasp on reality to understand.

So let’s say I know someone is a fraud and you don’t have access to that information.

It isn’t my job to “knock his hustle” or “hate on his game” and inform you that he’s a fake.

My job is to react to him as the person that I know he is, as opposed to the person that YOU think he is.

When I do that, you’re not going to understand why I did what I did, but it’s none of your business anyway and your opinion doesn’t count.

If your opinion counted, you would have been consulted before I did or said what I did or said.

Since you weren’t, get a clue that you’re a bystander here.

I would have called you a back-seat driver, but you’re not necessarily even in my car.

You’re more like the moviegoer yelling at the screen for the chick to turn around and see the monster behind her.

By the time you see this movie, all of the decisions have been made, including writing the script, selecting the actors, filming the movie, editing the movie, and deciding where the movie was going to be shown.

It’s too late. You aren’t a part of this process. You’re attempting to have an effect on something that doesn’t currently exist. You’re only watching a rebroadcast of what was decided on in the past.

This is because I base what I do off of actual information that I receive from people whose judgement and perception I trust, while you base what you do off of hearsay, internet drivel, and allowing the fox himself to tell you he didn’t eat the chicken instead of doing your own investigation into who this person really is so you might be able to make an educated decision.

I’m amused at all the Trump coverage and outrage because nobody wants to believe that they don’t count, so they insist on acting like Trump is saying this stuff to people who DO count, and they’re attempting to low-rate him for it.

Here’s a clip of Trump breaking on Rosie O’Donnell:

Trump: “Well, Rosie O’Donnell’s disgusting.. I mean both inside and out. You take a look at her, she’s a slob. She talks like a truck driver…”

There’s a bunch more, but you get the picture.

That clip was uploaded to YouTube in 2006, 10 years ago.

What you should be asking yourself is why Trump feels free to talk about things he could have kept to himself.

The answer is because your opinion doesn’t count. He still has FU Money and you don’t have any effect on his finances, so what difference do you make?.. None.

Collect Your 30 Pieces Of Silver

So here’s how I think this is going to play out…

Rafael Edward Cruz won’t be able to stop Trump from securing the number of delegates he needs to prevent a Brokered Convention. Trump gets nominated and loses in historically embarrassing fashion to Hillary, who will secure her nomination via Superdelegates.

Trump will congratulate Hillary and then collects his promised reward either from her or the MNCs.

Republicans will lose quite a few Congress seats but not enough to keep them from attempting to obstruct Hillary the way they’ve been attempting to obstruct President Obama this entire time.

Trump will have increased his fame as a worldwide star and get his own web series, television show, documentaries, book deals, go on speaking tours, and doing whatever else he had planned to do since he never planned on being POTUS.

The people that “showed their ass” during Trump’s campaign will be left to fend for themselves, having now unwittingly exposed their archaic viewpoints.

This is quite literally a hatchet job on the Republican party.

This is what they get for having so many intelligent, competent people they could have put up for the nomination and *NOT* sending *ANY* of them.

Maybe in 2020, the Republicans will finally make a serious attempt.

Maybe they won’t.

What If Trump Wins?

If Trump for some odd reason actually wins after alienating almost all of the voters in this country, I’m not sure it’s going to be the disaster that people believe it’s going to be.

From YESTERDAY to TODAY, he said two completely different things about abortion.

According to

“In many cases, I probably identify more as Democrat,” Trump told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer in a 2004 interview. “It just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats than the Republicans. Now, it shouldn’t be that way. But if you go back, I mean it just seems that the economy does better under the Democrats. …But certainly we had some very good economies under Democrats, as well as Republicans. But we’ve had some pretty bad disaster under the Republicans.”

So there’s really no telling what he would actually do if he won.

He might actually be more of a Democrat than Hillary OR Bernie! 😀

Let’s just hope we never have to find out.

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