I keep hearing this ridiculous notion that President Trump should stop Tweeting. Everyone says it, even his supporters—yet they miss that Twitter is the key, and the essence of the American President. Without it, he would have never been elected to begin with, and because of it, the Deep State is being exposed in ways that no court system would even dare. Even with the mountains of evidence witnessed about FBI corruption, Jeff Sessions is reluctant to do anything that might draw fire from the establishment and he’s a handpicked Trump guy. Imagine how bad things really were when Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch were in those activist seats at the head of the Department of Justice. An honest, talkative president is exactly what this country needed, and a platform to speak from because the rest of the institutional elements of our modern society from the press down to the most ardent government employee function in ways that prevent analysis of their purposeless existence.
The President should never stop Tweeting! The reason so many people are upset about it, and about the times of day that Trump does it is that it shows the establishment that they do not have control of this president—and control is what they were used to. I remember specifically about George W. Bush, when he was first in office he stated that he hoped to bring the Norman Rockwell paintings that reflected American life back to the forefront of consideration. Yet within a few months of getting into office he became just another mouthpiece of mundane representation and drifted quickly into the background. The heads of each department of our government quickly took over and the media filtered the results to us leaving the importance of the presidential role in our country to be largely ceremonial—such as giving pardon to the Turkey during times of Thanksgiving and occasionally signing a bill once congress presented one. It didn’t matter if the president was a Republican or a Democrat; they were all molded by the establishment into kind of the same neutered presence. They were to do what they were told and the media would tell the story. In that way the press was given the impression that they were running things because elected officials accepted that they had to appease the journalists if they wanted to show a track record of success.
Trump as a negotiator is clearly using his skills to push and pull positions which are unique in any elected office. Trump is a salesman first and the only way he can really discover the position of the opposition is to put out probing ideas and to see how people react to it. I knew what I was voting for when I cast my ballot for Trump. I expect him to be malleable on specifics, but resolute on core philosophy and when it comes to him—the thing he cares about most is winning his engagements. Business people often engage in contentious debate but then settle things over a game of golf or a nice dinner. That is not how politicians do things—they often present a contentious front to satisfy their donor base, but like big time wrestlers they are all talk and now shows regarding philosophy. They have no expectation of victory, only to show through the media a track record that keeps them in office with each new election. They are like assembly line workers who never quite accomplish a task who are leveraging for overtime by saying that if I had just one more hour, they could complete the task. Yet they never quite get there so they keep asking for more and more and more, then blame the system for why they can never achieve their objective. Voters are typically too busy to pay close attention to the details and that’s how we end up with the mess we see now—a corrupt government used to doing nothing, running up debt, and ruining the lives of us all with their inside the Beltway priorities.
Most politicians seek to build off a perceived victory but Trump knows that the name of the game is stagnation, so when he does accomplish something big—like enacting deregulation, or rolling back Net Neutrality—or even recommitting America back to the space race—he’ll drop a Tweet picking a fight with someone so that the resources of the “system” fixate on his subject which diverts legislative terrorists from sending in suicide squads to destroy his agenda items—and it works well. Trump has managed to do a remarkable number of things in his first year and he protects them by keeping antagonists talking about the “small stuff.” It would be nice if we lived in a world where achievement was respected, and even sought after—but we’re not. Too many people have a stake in stagnation—it’s actually their livelihood so reform is not in their thoughts.
The sum of all this is of course is that change is happening because for the first time I think in our nation’s history we are talking about things. Without Trump’s Tweets, the FBI would not be exposed as they are now. That’s why Chuck Schumer is so upset with Trump’s “Tweets.” Remember in the beginning of the Trump presidency when Chuck Schumer threatened that the newcomer to politics mind his mouth otherwise the American intelligence agencies would take notice? That was a threat, and one that has been used on many presidents in the past and other civilians—because don’t forget a president is not a king—they are simply elected civilians who are put in charge of one branch of government—and given the keys to the military so to appease the public with the fantasy that they are the ones in control of that awesome power. In reality the Deep State works for the politicians and the donors and everyone was getting their marching orders from K-Street behind the glitzy prostitutes who show up after the sun goes down. All the little know-nothing attorneys who become lobbyists and sit in the bars along that stretch of road just outside the reach of the White House have always thought that they were contributing little unelected tid-bits to the realities of our Republic, but not anymore. Now there is a guy from the civilian sector willing to call them out on Twitter and that scares them literally.
The Deep State assumed that they’d play their game and that Trump would have been destroyed by last summer—because for most people that’s what would have happened. But when Trump defended himself and fought back—the way anybody should have—the methods which have controlled so many presidents of the past for the entire history of our nation, stopped working. And the house of cards for which they had built their temples of governmental worship fell down quickly as if a child had built the whole thing in a play room before their mother pressed them to dinner. The entire institution for which our nation was built on the backs of corruption and malice was exposed as just a flimsy plaything for the old aristocrats of Europe who came to America to keep us all tied to the motherland of history. However, that was never Trump’s mission. His task was to win, not only the seat in the White House, but to win the whole game and give it back to the American people, which is exactly what he’s doing. And if it wasn’t for Twitter, nothing would be happening. Trump should never quit using Twitter—and saying the things he says. We can’t allow the establishment to hide malice behind politeness and rules of engagement that they control. If we really want to fix the problems of our nation we have to attack them where they truly reside and for Trump—Twitter has been the means of delivery. The goal of an American president should never be to get along with the media, congress, the FBI, K-Street or even the nations of the world. The only goal should be to keep America a great nation the best way they can during their time in office. A lot of them step into the White House with each new election and assume that they are going to change the world for the better—but they soon learn what limited powers they really have. Within a few months of office they become just placeholders for history and they finish their terms in that role. Trump is the first president perhaps in the history of the world who is changing that notion on behalf of the people who elected him. And Twitter is the key to his success in this day and time of 2018. In the future it will probably be something else but for now, Twitter is the means of restoring America to the greatness that was always there—which likely really pisses off the people who run Twitter because they are hardly a bastion of conservatism.
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