The Coming Zoo
From Radio Free Northwest
Okay, lotta stuff this week I want to natter about but, as I will probably do virtually every week for the next three and a half months, I’ll begin with a quick commentary on the presidential horse race, although as of today, Monday the 11th, there’s not much to talk about.
We’re in kind of a holding pattern until next week. Everybody is waiting on the two party conventions now. The Republican convention begins one week from today in Cleveland on July 18th, while the Democratic convention starts in Philadelphia two weeks from today on July 25th. Both are supposed to last for three days and given what’s been going on of late, it looks like we’re in for two weeks of the most entertaining television and internet imaginable.
Not to mention screaming hysterical lefty-loon bloggers and pundits on the Net. I really hope Trump survives the RINO knives that are out for him in Cleveland and wins through to the nomination, because the howls of hatred and terror from Salon and the Hufflepuff will be almost as exquisite as if he’d actually won.
Plus I really, really want to see The Donald and The Sea Hag throw down head to head for three months and tear this whole rotten house of lies to pieces, which in fact may be why certain parties within the power structure and the ruling élite are trying to cool things down by knocking out at least one of the candidates.
The people who rule us are evil sons of bitches, to be sure, but they aren’t complete fools, at least not all of them, and I think a few of them probably have enough sense to understand that this Trump thing could get so bad that it could slip out of control, and their wealth and power might actually be endangered through unintended consequences.
First off, I need to point out that it is possible that neither of the two front runners will be nominated—bear in mind that it’s not just the Bernie bros who are really pissed off with the Hildebeest and wish they had a better and more normal Democratic candidate—and we may end up with two candidates whom most of us probably won’t even have heard of, at least not recently.
My guess would be that in the unlikely event Hillary gets done in through some back room intrigue, it would be Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren. The big mystery is who the RINOs intend to try and air-lift into Cleveland to receive the stolen goods in they succeed—either they don’t know themselves or they may be keeping it really tightly under wraps. I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see some kind of coup attempt from either Jeb Bush or Ted Cruz.
I say this is possible; I don’t say likely. Right now if I had to lay bets and give odds I’d say both Donald Trump and the Sea Hag will survive the challenges of their respective conventions and the first week in August the grand roller coaster ride will begin. I think. It’s possible that I may be wrong.
I am more likely wrong about Trump, who is going to have a much harder row to hoe at his convention than the Sea Hag. We know that there is a definite coup attempt being planned at the Republican convention by Rick Wilson and the neo-con RINO crowd to try to deny Trump the nomination that he has clearly won. Whereas in Hillary’s case it mostly just looks like the Bernie bros are going to throw a massive hissy fit, possibly in the streets because they’re so pissed off at the way the Hildebeest has fixed and rigged everything in advance, including apparently her own FBI investigation. This may lead to some neat optics of lefty loons getting their heads bashed in by cops, even if it’s nigger cops—Philadelphia is a black-ruled city, for those of you who didn’t know, and almost as much of a basket case as Detroit or Jackson or Newark.
Excuse me for quoting Rush Limbaugh here; I don’t want this show to become some kind of clone or echo of what he says, but I have to admit that once again El Rushbo seems to have hit the nail on the head. What Wilson and his RINOs are going to do at the convention to kick off their attempted coup d’etat is they are going to try and get the convention rules committee to agree to a motion for a rules change, specifying that the convention delegates are no longer pledged to vote for the delegate who won the most votes in their states and are free to quote-unquote “vote their consciences”, their consciences of course being formulated by whoever offers them the most money.
In other words, you know that whole year-long Republican primary election series, the one that started with sixteen candidates and which has expended God knows how many hundreds of millions of dollars and wasted God knows how much of everybody’s time since last August? They’re going to wipe that out as if it had never happened. The whole thing will become a massive exercise in pointlessness.
The Republican convention will then dissolve into a kind of bubbling tar pit of corruption and bribery and wheeling-dealing and threats and probably a little low-level violence as in the fist-fighting type, and the whole thing may well resolve itself spectacularly with Trump’s assassination on the convention floor Julius Caesar style as Rick Wilson and Irving Kristol run up and stab him with daggers, or whatever. If it’s purely a matter of money then Jeb Bush will be able to buy the most votes, but I wouldn’t count Ted Cruz out.
If Trump loses the nomination because of all this jiggery-pokery, whether he runs as a third-party independent or not, that’s the end of the Republican Party because it will be mean the complete loss of their base for all time. I mean, why bother to vote if your vote isn’t going to mean anything? Trump may form his own sort of pro-White third party which may even last a couple more elections, although elections will become increasingly irrelevant in any case under President Sea Hag.
The Democrat convention may also get really nasty as the Bernie Sanders crowd has already booked all the available campsite space in Philadelphia; they’re calling their protest movement “Occupy the DNC” after Occupy Wall Street. I guess no one has let any of these Pajama Boys in on the secret that the original Occupy Wall Street was in fact nothing but an arm of Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign; you may recall it disappeared completely after the last election, but I guess some of these little budding Che Guevaras didn’t realize they were being used by the Democrats.