Thursday, July 19, 2018

President Trump: Poltergeist

He's Here

From The Last English Prince:
To be perfectly clear: 
In folklore and parapsychology, a poltergeist is a type of ghost or spirit that is responsible for physical disturbances, such as loud noises and objects being moved or destroyed. 
They are purportedly capable of pinching, biting, hitting, and tripping people. 
The Helsinki Poltergeist: Body of Evidence Exhibit A: 
MSNBC hosts the best of the worst pundits. Jill Wine-Banks (former Watergate prosecutor) blathered that Trump’s performance in Helsinki “will live in infamy as much as the Pearl Harbor attack or Kristallnacht.” 
As a prior Navy LCDR I know of the sacrifice borne on the shoulders of our sailors, some of whose bone fragments rest within the waters of the harbor. Ms. Wine-Banks has spit upon their memory. 
Kristallnacht? From 9-10 November 1938 to May 2018 is quite a stretch of the imagination. 
Over in sleepy little Ohio, a county Republican GOP chairman proclaims he has had a nervous breakdown. Something in his mind just “snapped” when viewing the Helsinki press conference. “Akin to a hostage situation…. something just snapped.” 
Chris Gagin 
For some, Helsinki represents the “darkest moment in our history.” This is the new narrative. Watch for it. Yawn. 
President Trump is busy pinching mainstream media, whooping “Bite me!” to those who oppose his policies, hitting back (remember he stated he is a counter-puncher) and tripping up his detractors. 
The man is a Poltergeist. The objects being moved are domestic national objectives and products and foreign national objectives and products. 
He plays three-dimensional chess in his sleep. 
And there is a paranormal dimension to the man which only those who walk in the same shoes can fully understand. 
President Poltergeist.


Always On Watch said...

President Poltergeist? I like it!

revereridesagain said...

That's the most fun I've had reading all morning, TLEP. All of us who are up in the "senior citizen" range and remember so many "darkest moments" that these nitwits are comparing POTUS Trump to just have to be able to laugh or we'd never stop crying. Thanks!

thelastenglishprince said...

The darkest personal moment for me was September 11, 2001 as I watch approximately 200 individuals leap to their deaths.

I took my oath of office off the wall and read it again and re-affirmed my oath and fidelity to my nation.

Now that - was a dark moment.

When the Pentagon was hit, my reaction was unbelievable regarding my deeply felt emotion and love for my nation and our military.

Today, the interface which I engage with the Muslim community is because of one woman whom I watched plummet to her death. She looked like a rag doll. My life and my research - are to honor her memory.