I go to great lengths to try to look at things in as positive a light as possible. After all, nothing is gained by being full of doom and gloom. At the same time, denying reality serves no purpose either and lately reality has been a real downer. As it is becoming more and more apparent that our ride on the Trump train has taken us about as far as we’re going to be able to ride it for the purpose of our agenda, I’m starting to mill about and look for my baggage. Am I jumping off? No that’s silly and dangerous but I am starting to sense the station is getting closer.
It was a good run while this guy was at the controls. Now it would appear we have a new engineer………….
Donald Trump’s chief strategist Steve Bannon will reportedly be forced out of the White House unless he adopts a more conciliatory approach and plays nice with the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner.
One of the hallmarks of intellectual maturity is to be able to admit when you were wrong. When people would point and scream about Trump’s Jew son in law, I was like, “Meh so what? It’s not like this guy is going to be running around in the White House setting policy or something.”
The ultimatum comes after a hellish week for the top aide who has become increasingly isolated in the White House following his rise to power as a key architect of Trump’s ‘America First’ policy, a senior official told Axios.
Bannon is our guy in the White House. If Trump forces Bannon out he is more or less publicly disavowing all of us who got him elected.
Bannon’s power bubble burst this week when Trump booted him from the National Security Council, his feuds with Kushner and wife Ivanka Trump were made public and it emerged he was against the Syrian airstrikes.
This is something that has been chapping my ass since before all of this blew up; as I’ve watched Ivanka become suddenly a key White House adviser I am at a loss as to exactly what the hell makes her qualified for any such position. At first I thought maybe Trump was just making her feel good by giving her some sort of window dressing appointment so that she could feel important but that now does not seem to be the case. Now, we have the Jew son in law apparently taking over on national security and Ivanka is actually in a real shot calling position. Why?!
Nice tits but setting serious policy for the nation? WTF is going on here?
Trump, increasingly frustrated by the leaks and stories of infighting that keep flowing out of the West Wing, ordered the pair to set aside their growing feud and ‘work this out’.
Well, maybe Trump is at least trying to be impartial and act as some sort of impartial arbitrator here.
‘Either Steve becomes a team player and gets along with people, or he’ll be gone,’ a top Trump source told Axios.
New plan Steve: let’s give the Jews whatever they want.
Meet your new national security expert Goyim.
There have been numerous reports of late indicating Bannon – who seemingly sees himself as the keeper of campaign promises – is in constant opposition to Kushner and Trump’s daughter Ivanka.
That’s right folks: we all voted for Donald Trump so that his Jew son in law and his daughter could get whatever they want. What’s that? Nobody told you that? Don’t feel bad, nobody told me either.
Sources say Bannon and Kushner have locked heads over strategies to pass health care legislation, the fallout of the immigration bans and whether the US should bomb Syria.
Bannon has also taken to deriding Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner by calling him a ‘Democrat.’
The only reason he is doing that is he recognizes that “Jew rat” is probably a bridge too far.
‘Here’s the reason there’s no middle ground,’ Bannon told Kushner in one clash, the New York Times reported, citing someone with knowledge of the situation. ‘You’re a Democrat.’
Substitute “Democrat” with “Jew” and you’re spot on.
One minute you’re all like, “Hey these Jews are ok. I’m letting this rat bang my smoking hot daughter so surely he wouldn’t jew me over, right?”
The next: “Jared why?!”
Kushner is allied with a group of aides who view themselves as more moderate forces, including economic adviser Gary Cohn, the former president of the Goldman Sachs investment bank.
Gary Cohn you say? Surely it couldn’t be………
I dunno boys, I’m starting to see a pattern here. Instead of allied with a group of aids that view themselves as moderates it looks more like a bunch of Jews are taking over and doing what’s best for them and jewing the rest of us over.
Bannon believes Kushner and his allies are trying to move away from some of the president’s populist campaign promises.
Some of ya’ll were wondering how far we could take this thing without folks actually having to name the Jew? The answer would appear to be about this far.
As Trump was weighing up whether or not to go ahead with missile strikes on Syria on Thursday night, it was Kushner and his allies who won the president over, according to CNN.
Democracy: vote for whatever candidate you like as long as the Jews get whatever they want anyway.
Bannon, the former head of the conservative news outlet Breitbart, was against the Syria strikes. He was a driving force behind Trump’s ‘America First’ policy during the election and has been against US involvement in foreign affairs.
Nobody is against U.S. involvement in foreign affairs. What we’re all against are these never ending wars that by some pure coincidence only seem to be of benefit to the Jews. When Trump was running and holding big rallies, the rallying cry wasn’t “Wars for Jews wars for Jews!” it was “Build the wall” and “Make America Great Again”. Wake up Mr. President, we didn’t vote for your dumb ass daughter nor your kike son in law. You weren’t elected to make Israel great again. When you ran as opposed to the status quo, surely you realized that the status quo involved the Jews getting everything they want and the rest of us getting screwed over, right? Surely you had some sort of plan to deal with this, right? If so, I wish you would drop some hints for the rest of us because from where we’re all sitting on this train, it looks like the Jews are once again getting everything they want same as always and some of us are starting to get ready to get off at the next station. After all, we got on the Trump train, not the Kosher Express.