Trump Triumphed Totally Defeating Democratic Dreams of Dissing Him In Public

A quick word here: Trump’s State of the Union speech has, at frequent intervals, seen ALL the Congress rise and applaud him.  The planned ‘diss Trump’ game has totally and completely collapsed.  His speech was finely toned and totally patriotic.  Even deranged Democrats could not stop this speech.  I  hope everyone learns a lesson tonight.

 

More about this later.  After talking about sacrifices and deaths of US citizens, he talked about ending free trade.  He is determined to stop the trade deficit. ‘My job is not to represent the world, my job is to represent America.’ gets a standing ovation.

 

I fully expect the media giants to twist and turn and rage and lie to stop citizens from knowing what happened tonight.  That is, Trump utterly squashed the DNC.  They had to join in the positive energy Trump radiated.  They couldn’t scream, ‘We want more aliens invading’ or ‘We want a bigger trade deficit’ or even, ‘We want to have a giant budget deficit.’

 

No, all that was Obama’s message and now people are waking up to reality.  The raging left has been left behind, There is the US Supreme Court sitting there on their hands looking glum, at least half of them.

 

His last five minutes of the speech was based on Kennedy’s best speeches, obviously his speech writers helped him frame it perfectly.  I watched a group Democrats jump up at the end of this speech and tear out of the chambers which was hilarious to watch, boy, did they exit fast.

 

Trump, on the other hand, plunged into the Chambers immediately to shake hands, say kind words, etc.  I am betting the Democrats will be anxiously talking with each other about how to reframe this event as ‘evil, stupid, and disgusting’.

 

This was a major triumph for Trump.  He flattened them all.

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19 responses to “Trump Triumphed Totally Defeating Democratic Dreams of Dissing Him In Public

  1. Claudeeyah

    Well I’ll be d*mned! You are a quick typist! Better than me (and I’m f*cking good!)!

    My personal view is that Trump is still a fraud, but believes in the corporate, American, “We will rule the world”, paradigm. That being said, I voted for the bitch…..and I’m not sorry! 🙂

  2. Claudeeyah

    I also noticed the consternation among the dems when they all looked at each other as if to say, “….should I clap….I think I should clap…..are we gonna clap??”

    Nancy Pelosi seemed even less connected to reality than normal, during this evening’s address. A withered body, stuffed into an ill fitting, white straight jacket than even Dior couldn’t make stylish.

    But I do agree. The dems had their a@@es handed to them on a silver platter, courtesy of “The Donald”. Love him or hate him, the guy knows how to deliver a line.

  3. emsnews

    She looked like the Wicked Witch after Dorothy dumped water on her.

  4. Moe

    @Alaudeeyah

    “That being said, I voted for the bitch…..and I’m not sorry!”

    Uh, the bitch? As in Hillary: that bitch? Or The Donald: that bitch? (An odd term for Trump).

    I have to admit some vexation with his cabinet and advisors: too many appear to me to fifth columnists. Talk is necessary, but in the end ‘cheap’: he’s got to get rid of the pestilence, starting with Pense.

  5. Claudeeyah

    @#4

    Sorry for the confusion. I DID vote for “The Donald”. I do consider him to be a shyster. Like Elaine, I knew him way back in Atlantic City. He is the sweetest smelling rose bush in a pasture of manure. That is the best I can say for him.

    Similarly to Elaine, I voted for him because he wanted to make nice with Russia. Sadly, listening to his recent rhetoric, that seems to be turning now….we shall see….

    That being said, when I knew Trump, he wouldn’t hesitate to sell out somebody if he thought he could get a better deal from another party. Let’s just say that “loyalty” is not one of his greatest traits…..dear God, the man is on his what, Fourth wife????

    They gave Ronald Reagan Holy Heck for his divorce over Jane Wyman! Are there any other old folks out there that remember that???

    Don’t get me wrong. I am glad he is in office. But Donald J. Trump has always been for himself first, his business interests second, his family third. Whomever outside of that group gets the scraps. Maybe our country will benefit from that….again….we shall see.

    Sorry….that’s just my experience. And I have known him since the mid ’80s.
    Trump is a business guy, first, last, and always. It’s who he is.

  6. KHS71

    I agree, The “Donald” is a business person, not a politician. To me he is not a Democrat or a Republican. He is an Independent. He is in office owing nobody nothing. I like that. I voted for him and so far am happy with his work. He is a Nationalist, not a Globalist. Today he pushed back the Waters of the USA. He is tougher on immigration. He is pushing for school choice and has nominated a good person for the Supreme Court. I love the way he kicks the old media. He is a fighter and it has been some time since a Republican has been a fighter. Now if he could just get rid of Obama care or at least the mandate, get us out of the UN, and maybe even NATO. Thumbs up from this part of the country.

  7. Jim R

    I voted for Stein. Not expecting anything. If she actually won, she’d be shilling for the global warming fraudsters and other such scum. It was a ‘none of the above’ vote.

    But The Donald would have been my second choice, and would have voted for him if Texas wasn’t already all on his donkey cart.

    Nice speech. But there probably isn’t much he can do to refloat the Titanic here, to switch metaphors. America hasn’t been petroleum self-sufficient since what, the ’70s or so? Any actual uptick in industrial activity will run smack into the ‘energy crisis’. Just one of those things politicians can’t talk about but we can…

  8. Pete

    Ronald Reagan was our first divorced President. The country
    was more conservative back then and you could not be
    divorced in the olden days. Had to have a perfect marriage.

    Franklin and Eleanor had an unhappy marriage but had to stay
    together for Franklin to be President.

    Trump did well tonight. Lets see how the media spins it LOL

  9. Ziff

    Ha! He mentioned again, as he did the first time I liked him , “” introducing competition to health insurance ” to drive down cost . ( Denninger will still complain ) but it’s something .

  10. Tim cheng

    If it’s a triumph I don’t feel it here in the Far East.it has become socially acceptable to say he’s “worse than Hitler ” around herr… I meant here

  11. charlottemom

    Naysayers are saying speech was low on details, but had Trump provided details congress would counter that Trump was dictating policy to them. Haters gonna hate!
    Nevertheless I am watchful for warmongering. The invade part of invade,invite formula must end too!

    In this past election voting for Stein or McMillin or the other guy was tantamount to “taking a knee” The big fight was clinton or trump. Chicken or fish or Known status quo vs change (we hope)

  12. Moe

    Tucker Carlson on speech

  13. Christian W

    Nice speech. But there probably isn’t much he can do to refloat the Titanic here, to switch metaphors. America hasn’t been petroleum self-sufficient since what, the ’70s or so? Any actual uptick in industrial activity will run smack into the ‘energy crisis’. Just one of those things politicians can’t talk about but we can…

    Don’t worry. You can always loot Iraq’s, Syria’s and Iran’s oil. That’s why the legions are there in the first place. Anything goes for Team America.

  14. emsnews

    Moe, about Tucker: he didn’t say, ‘It is obvious the Democrats are against citizens of the USA.’

    Nor did he explain how they are all Bilderberg gangsters who have secret meetings and plot with aliens how to destroy our nation. But then, that is too ‘out there’ for the public to safely digest.

  15. Jim R

    Iraq’s, maybe. I’m not sure the Russians will allow the other two to be looted.

    But there’s more to it than that. All that industry that has moved to China, for example. Trump is changing stuff that has been wrong since Reagan. Before Reagan, really. And the out-of-control spook agencies, still pushing for WWIII. Too many spinning plates and too few clowns to twirl the sticks…

    Trump is still a subscriber to the Republican “everything for profit” theory. And we are too close to the end-point of that idea, but anything else would be “socialism”, which is an impossible tough sell to red-blooded ‘Murrikans. Anyway, socialism leads to its own forms of corruption.

    All I’m trying to say is that the era of endless growth is over, and we will be doing a poor job of handling the decline.

  16. Moe

    @ems #14

    Tucker, tester of tendentious, truculent toadies (usually Democrats) but I can see him eventually lining up obstructionist Republicans for criticism.

    Trump could have stated it as you have phrased it, but it would go against his State of The Union maxim of unity. From the bully pulpit Trump might yet assert it, should it prove advantageous.

    Trump though might take the high road, preach cooperation and unity and let the Democrats destroy themselves through their obvious truculence and obstructive, destructive tactics. It’s more skillful to let the public come to their conclusions based on their own observations.

    So Americans could very well eventually identify that the Democrats are ‘against the citizens of the USA’ but you’re probably right, they’re not ready to digest the Bilderberger reality. Too ‘conspiratorial’. LOL.

  17. emsnews

    Every day will be Ground Hog Day for the DNC. Over and over again, they will make the same mistakes… 🙂

  18. Moe

    @ems #14

    I found the concept to explain this phenomena, the Overton Window or the window of discourse, is the range of ideas the public will accept.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overton_window

  19. emsnews

    Yes, the Verboten stuff is huge. Isn’t it sad?

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