If Trump Promises To Become POTUS (Prosecutor of the United States) I Will Vote For Him

I’m bumping this essay by my friend Wayne Allyn Root and I’m including a talk I had with him (part2)  about 2 years ago where we discuss Obama being the Manchurian Candidate.

Wayne Allyn Root makes the case for voting for Trump. If Root is correct, and Trump does go after this administration on Day 1, I would vote for him in a heartbeat.

Personal Liberty

…Trump can ruin everything for the bribed politicians and their spoiled slave masters.

Don’t you ever wonder why the GOP has never tried to impeach Obama? Don’t you wonder why John Boehner and Mitch McConnell talk a big game, but never actually try to stop Obama? Don’t you wonder why Congress holds the purse strings, yet has never tried to defund Obamacare or Obama’s clearly illegal executive action on amnesty for illegal aliens? Bizarre, right? It defies logic, right?

Well, first, I’d guess many key Republicans are being bribed. Secondly, I believe many key Republicans are being blackmailed. Whether they are having affairs, or secretly gay, or stealing taxpayer money, the National Security Agency knows everything.

Ask former House Speaker Dennis Hastert about that. The government even knew he was withdrawing large sums of his own money from his own bank account. Trust me: The NSA, the SEC, the IRS and all the other three-letter government agencies are watching every Republican political leader. They know everything.

Thirdly, many Republicans are petrified of being called “racists.” So they are scared to ever criticize Obama or call out his crimes, let alone demand his impeachment.

Fourth, why rock the boat? After defeat or retirement, if you’re a “good boy,” you’ve got a $5 million-per-year lobbying job waiting.

The big-money interests have the system gamed. Win or lose, they win.

But Trump doesn’t play by any of these rules. Trump breaks up this nice, cozy relationship between big government, big media and big business. All the rules are out the window if Trump wins the presidency. The other politicians will protect Obama and his aides — but not Trump.

Remember: Trump is the guy who publicly questioned Obama’s birth certificate. He questioned Obama’s college records and how a mediocre student got into an Ivy League university.

Now, he’s doing something no Republican has the chutzpah to do. He’s questioning our relationship with Mexico; questioning why the border is wide open; questioning why no wall has been built across the border; questioning if allowing millions of illegal aliens into America is in our best interests; questioning why so many illegal aliens commit violent crimes yet are not deported; and questioning why our trade deals with Mexico, Russia and China are so bad.

Trump has the audacity to ask out loud why American workers always get the short end of the stick. Good question.

I’m certain Trump will question what happened to the almost billion dollars given in a rigged no-bid contract to college friends of Michelle Obama at foreign companies to build the defective Obamacare website.

By the way, that tab is now up to $5 billion.

Trump will ask if Obamacare’s architects can be charged with fraud for selling it by lying. He will ask if Obama himself committed fraud whenhe said, “If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it.”

Trump will investigate Obama’s widespread IRS conspiracy, not to mention Obama’s college records.

Trump will prosecute Clinton and Obama for fraud committed to cover up Benghazi before the election.

How about the fraud committed by employees of the Labor Departmentwhen they made up dramatic job numbers in the last jobs report before the 2012 election?

Obama, the multinational corporations and the media need to stop this. They recognize this could get out of control. If left unchecked telling the raw truth and asking questions everyone else is afraid to ask, Trump could wake a sleeping giant.

Trump’s election would be a nightmare. Obama has committed many crimes. No one else but Trump would dare to prosecute. He will not hesitate. Once Trump gets in and gets a look at “the cooked books” and Obama’s records, the game is over. The gig is up. The goose is cooked.

Holder could wind up in prison. Jarrett could wind up in prison. Obamabundler Corzine could wind up in prison for losing $1.5 billion of customer money.

Clinton could wind up in jail for deleting 32,000 emails, or for acceptingbribes from foreign governments while secretary of state, or for“misplacing” $6 billion as the head of the State Department, or for lyingabout Benghazi.

The entire upper level management of the IRS could wind up in prison. Obamacare will be defunded and dismantled. The Obama crime family will be prosecuted for crimes against the American people. And Obama himself could wind up ruined, his legacy in tatters.


ht/ kpark

41 Comments on If Trump Promises To Become POTUS (Prosecutor of the United States) I Will Vote For Him

  1. Well said. If the other candidates don’t pick up the Trump baton and grow a pair, specifically Cruz and Walker, Trump gets my vote.

  2. I admit I think that the “public” Donald Trump is a pompous prick. However, I admire what he has accomplished- warts and all. Some of his businesses have gone bankrupt as often as Hillary goes down on Huma. On the other hand, the federal government is a bankrupt, unethical criminal enterprise.
    My respect for Trump goes back to the 1980’s. The Wollman (ice skating) Rink was in disrepair (1980) and NYC said it would take two and a half years to have it repaired and back in operation. By 1986, the project was nowhere near finished.
    Trump approached Mayor Koch with an offer to repair the skating rink at no charge so long as the city gave him operating rights for the rink and a restaurant in order to recoup his investment. At first, Koch balked. However, the NYC public objected and Trump was given the deal. The rink was renovated in 3 months and in time for the winter season.
    In summary, Trump gets shit done and I admire him for that.

  3. Agreed. You have to be an older New Yorker to remember that coup that the Donald pulled off. But I hate to say, there’s no way the establishment can let him in–and as brave as he is today, when the lenders start to squeeze his testicles financially, start to call in a loan or two, he’ll be a good boy–he has too much to lose overall.
    There’s no one out there with the wherewithal to buck the system, because it is rigged for them- heads they win, tails they win, and we lose irrespective.
    Sad–someone go get the pitchforks.

  4. Dismantling a corrupt political system is an awful tall order. But if he were to start the ball rolling, I’d hate to be the one who had to clean up after all the suicides in DC

  5. Trump is no the only one that would do it, I would have every member f congress that voted for the bailouts and Obamacare charged. I would also draw up impeachment charges for all of the Justices f the SCOTUS.

    However, I’m losing my hair and am not willing to do a flop. Also, I don’t have a billion dollars to fund my own campaign. But if Trump can at t make these asshats uncomfortable I’m all for him running.

  6. Great essay…too many great points to cite.
    Trump is what’s needed to break the vicious cycle.

    “I believe many key Republicans are being blackmailed.”
    I’ve thought that for a long time.
    It’s the only way to explain the actions of a lot of RINO’s.
    I’d even go so far as to include Chief Justice Roberts.

    IMHO, this should be a stickie so it gets broad exposure.

  7. Something is definitely wrong with our republican politicians.
    Is it blackmail. A bribe. Don’t want to be called racist.
    Go Donald….

  8. What political party is Donald?
    A libertarian?
    Tea Party?
    A mix of more than one?

  9. I am definitely older, but not a New Yorker. I am a Southerner.
    I don’t doubt what you say about the bankers putting the squeeze on Trump. On the other hand, Trump has dealt with bankers all his business life. He won more times than he lost. If he can convince less sophisticated (lo info) voters that he is all for helping people get back good paying jobs and keeps pounding the illegal aliens stuff, he won’t have to worry too much about the banksters. He is one hell of a salesman. I look forward to his campaign going forward. At worst, he will drop out. At best, he will push his opponents to appeal to patriots like us.

  10. I don’t know why people are so afraid of being called a racists. It does not hurt my feelings to be called that. It does nothing to me, it does not hurt me, it does not have power over me. I see problems in the black culture caused by the black community and by the Democrats. I see problems in the Mexican culture here brought to us by the Democrat party. I guess I’m homophobe as well, because I see a shit load of problems in their culture brought to us by judges that were placed there by our politicians. Hell, why not go on to be a muzziephobe, they are nasty ass people, they hate us and I hate them – more than the Negroes, Mexicans, and gays. Oh crap, I left out the welfare crowd! If Trump wants to step up to the plate, why not give him a chance to fix it. I see no other candidate willing to do anything. I hope Trump keeps stirring the pot making the Rhinos squirm like a worm.

    /end of rant

  11. If Trump gets more powerful I’m afraid he will be taken out.
    Polonium or Vince Fostered.
    People are crapping their pants.
    He has my vote.

  12. Here’s a thought to mull over: What if
    it’s really TRUMP who’s the Manchurian
    Candidate here? What better way to make
    sure that no one takes the Republican
    Party seriously in the next election than
    to put forth a “candidate” who makes a
    fool of himself, does as much damage
    to the Conservative cause as he can,
    then bails out, leaving his supporters
    holding the bag, exactly like he has
    done before?

    Just asking.

  13. I agree with the notion that if Cruz or Walker, etc. don’t start getting in Democrats (& Rinos) faces like Trump does, I’ll prolly vote for Trump.

  14. Trump is likely not a pure 100% conservative in all areas. He’s not liberal in all areas either.

    he’s not a Libertarian. He’s not a Rep or a Dem.

    He’s a person with actual opinions, values and morals and thus doesn’t “FIT” into just one “category” like modern society tries to do nowdays. What “category” are you? What pigeonhole can we stuff you into in our database?

    BS. I don’t fit a “profile” either, and neither should you. There are some things I’m libertarian on, some things I’m ‘Republican’ on and a couple things I’m probably like a democrat on. Not many, but I have opinions. Like we all do.

    At any rate, I like what I hear from Trump so far, and I like what he’s doing to the race.

    If he actually was elected I think he would do every bit as much good for this country as Ron Paul would do as far as shaking it up goes and getting rid of the corruption.

    Trump is no Ron Paul, he’s not as libertarian as Paul. But he would shake things up nice and good.

  15. I think Trumps going to be the only one that has a shot at busting up the pre determined electoral college for the establishment candidates. The fix is already in.

  16. My hope is the other candidates wake the fuck up and do what Trump is doing.
    Then Trump is/was worth it. He taught the other candidates to not just sit there.

  17. I would like Mr. Trump to make and show a list of people he would be serving arrest warrants on from the first day of his presidency. Turn the light on and watch the cockroaches scatter. Yes, I can see it now…a contingent of heavily armed Marines, Navy Seals, and Green Berets rounding these lowlife traitorous ba$tards up. God…that would make me happy.

  18. Trump puts the ball in balls. The man gets things done. I know, I worked on his construction sites. But non working men and women won’t understand what I mean by that. Like 47 percent of the LoInFo voters.

  19. I want to believe, but, are we just projecting? The spectre of Perot still haunts me. Did I hear that Trump is entertaining the idea to go 3rd party or that someone suggested it to him?

  20. First of all there’s alot of supporters that dont think Trumps making a fool of himself thats your opinion. Secondly why would anyone take the GOP seriously, they’ve been a Joke long before Trump. Take the Benghazi hearings, a complete joke, Issa and Gowdy were talking tough to the media but they’re all bark and no bite. Thirdly the problem with the GOP is they’re not conservative enough!

  21. Just a thought ( get ’em now n then). Not knowing the statue of other billionaires, would it make sense 4 “The Donald” to marry up with one or 2 of them. ( like Perot (TX) if he is still alive. This way he’ll have more cash flow and continue not 2 B “in debt” to any of the 535 MORONS (I have better words) in DC and all their connections and corrupt gov’t depts? Perot tried to enlighten the public as to the corruption going on and the public didn’t want to hear it at the time. Maybe, just maybe, the public might take notice this time. ,,,,,, Just a thought 4 what its worth …

  22. Unless I’m mistaken, Trump’s enterprises are not publicly traded, hence, it is much easier for them to put the squeeze on–he controls it all,and is not answerable to the SEC.
    Decades ago, he almost went belly up because the banks were not so willing to renegotiate his debt portfolio; now they will definitely not be “understanding” when he opens his mouth and goes over the line.

  23. Obviously you have a higher tolerance level for fools than I do, and that’s O.K. by me, but give Trump some time – he’ll make the grade for you yet. I believe in him.


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