We’re finally rolling on the road to victory.
That is, we’re on the warpath – whether that will lead to victory is up to God, but by God, we’re going to put up a fight.
The Rushmore speech marked a turn-around, which now cannot be denied.
President Trump commuted the sentence of his longtime friend Roger J. Stone Jr. on seven felony crimes on Friday, using the power of his office to help a former campaign adviser days before Mr. Stone was to report to a federal prison to serve a 40-month term.
In a lengthy statement released late on a Friday evening, the White House denounced the prosecution against Mr. Stone on what it called “process based charges” stemming from “the Russia Hoax” investigation. “Roger Stone has already suffered greatly,” the statement said. “He was treated very unfairly, as were many others in this case. Roger Stone is now a free man!”
Punctuated by the same sort of inflammatory language and angry grievances characteristic of the president’s Twitter feed, the official statement assailed “overzealous prosecutors” working for the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, and the “witch hunts” aimed at the president and his associates. It attacked the “activist juror” who led the panel that convicted Mr. Stone and went on to complain about the show of force used by federal law enforcement agents when he was arrested.
“These charges were the product of recklessness borne of frustration and malice,” the statement said. “This is why the out-of-control Mueller prosecutors, desperate for splashy headlines to compensate for a failed investigation, set their sights on Mr. Stone.”
There was literally no “sources say” or “Trump expected to” run-up to this, implying Trump himself just decided this and did it. And that’s exactly what we need right now: the old Donald Trump who just decides things and does them. That’s who we voted for – we didn’t vote for some weird Jewish council, where the policy is delivered by Jared Kushner and Trump is little more than a spokesperson.
The Roger Stone thing was a big sticking point for me personally, probably because I felt close to him in a way because my own life was destroyed because I supported Donald Trump. Hopefully, the next step is to have Jack Dorsey, Sundhar Pachai and Jeff Bezos arrested, and liberate the internet by force, freeing me and my comrades from this internet prison. Obviously, that probably won’t happen, but it now feels like anything can potentially happen.
Donald Trump appears to have been awakened and activated – ready to fight to the death.
Because look: losing does mean his death.
We are all going to go down together.
Like that gay Billy Joel song about Vietnam.
We were sharp – as sharp as knives, Donald. Don’t forget that.
If you lose, big guy, they’re going to put you in prison, and you’re going to die there. It will be as humiliating as Saddam Hussein’s death, and in fact, they will somehow make it worse.
Your children (except Ivanka) will suffer the same.
America, Western civilization, the White race, Donald Trump’s campaign, my own personal psychological state – we are all on life support. But we hold in our hands a weapon of greatest destructive force, in our now feeble hands, and all we have to do is activate it, and planets will start blowing up.
All is not yet lost.
This is going to be a long four months.
Make your plans to flee the city, but be prepared to put up a fight first.