Barring “establishment” forces within the Republican Party successfully preventing Trump from securing the Republican Party nomination and thus, ultimately imploding the Republican Party, Trump will be the next President of the United States. By this time next year, Clinton is going to be happy to sit on her vast fortune while not serving time behind bars.
TND Editorial: Eric Dubin
I know you’re shaking your head at the implausibility of my assessment. But a major segment of the establishment is turning on Clinton. From that highly unusual Saturday Night Live skit that marked the exact week ‘Clinton as pathological liar’ transitioned to mainstream understanding to this documentary, ‘Clinton Corruption’, that will premier at the Cannes Film Festival, there’s a very subtle shift going on in the American zeitgeist.
My article about the SNL skit, “Hillary Clinton as Liar Oozes Into American Zeitgeist,” was pretty much ignored. No one believed the assessment, and that’s surprising since the polling trends are plain to see; there’s a growing understanding that Hillary is indeed a pathological liar.
“Maybe, just maybe, the American People are tired of being sold out.” – Clinton Cash trailer
Trump has many flaws. But he does have a somewhat more nuanced understanding that empire is antithetical to true national security, and that the Republican Party’s core value of a “strong defense” is in fact undermined by policies advanced by both mainstream parties while flushing down the toilet our Constitutional Republic. Trump is more of an economic nationalist and not a “globalist.” The neocons absolutely hate Trump. But Trump is an enigma, because he is simultaneously an insider, while also ruffling the feathers of the establishment.
I’m not endorsing any Republican, but Trump will clearly make a better president than Mrs. Pathological Liar. It might take all of 2017 for the stench odiously floating around Clinton to marinate and for history to catch-up to the slippery wench. But she’s not going to be President of the United States, and with the passage of enough time, she will be remembered for who she really is. Much has been made about Clinton benefiting from women and minority group voting blocks. But this will not trump Trump.