Donald Trump Uses State of the Union to Promote Fake President of Venezuela

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 5, 2020

Donald Trump might be getting hoaxed by crisis actors for refusing to go along with the full Jewish program and do door-to-door confiscations of the weapons of the goyim, but he is also promoting his own crisis actors.

I had actually forgotten about the whole “fake president” scandal, but I guess this is still an ongoing Mike Pompeo project.

The Hill:

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó received a bipartisan, minute-long standing ovation from attendees at the State of the Union on Tuesday night after President Trump introduced him as the “true and legitimate” leader of his country.

“Here this evening is a man who carries with him the hopes, dreams, and aspirations of all Venezuelans. Joining us in the gallery is the true and legitimate President of Venezuela, Juan Guaidó,” said Trump.

The United States and 58 other countries recognize Guaidó as Venezuela’s president, although he’s been unable to wrest power from the regime of Nicolás Maduro.

Trump, whose administration has consistently ratcheted up sanctions on Maduro’s government, said the Venezuelan ruler’s “grip of tyranny will be smashed and broken.” He then introduced Guaidó, who received a standing ovation.

“Mr. President, please take this message back that all Americans are united with the Venezuelan people in their righteous struggle for freedom,” said Trump, as Guaidó stood in the gallery.

Guaidó then received a second ovation.

“Socialism destroys nations. But always remember, freedom unifies the soul,” Trump said, before discussing military spending.

“Freedom unifies the soul”?

Really, Donald?

That is the kind of statement you want to be remembered for?

At some point, you’d think a man over the age of 70 would become primarily concerned not about his life but how he’ll be remembered after his death. And I dare say that no one wants to be remembered as the guy who said “freedom unifies the soul.”

What does it mean to have a unified soul? What is the opposite of a unified soul? A fragmented soul, I suppose? A segmented soul? The implication here is that Venezuelans have broken souls because they haven’t accepted the US government’s choice for the leader of their country?

This sounds like something that Jared Kushner would say promoting his brutal Jew peace plan: “the tunnel between Gaza and Hebron will unify the souls of Palestinians.”

I’ll tell you, this whole thing of the United States just declaring a random person as the “true and legitimate leader” of a foreign country is just about the nuttiest thing I’ve ever seen in my life.

The process used to be that you invade a country, kill everyone who runs it, then tell the people to vote for a new leader using the new democracy you’ve set up for them and completely control. Now all of that is being skipped, and we’re just saying “we already picked a new leader for your country and if you don’t accept him, you’re destroying democracy and we’re probably going to bomb you.”

It’s almost too stupid to get angry about.

I would have enjoyed this part of the show more if Trump had given Guaido a car.