Occupy America

October 31, 2017

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Occupy America

As The Donald and Uncle Steve continue to trigger mentally ill Hollywood liberals and further expose the general incompetence and decadence of uniparty ruling-class elites, affirming Marine Le Pen’s 2015 assertion that the populist uprising at the heart of the fourth turning’s cold war “dividing line” was not “left and right” but rather “globalists and patriots,” it’s no surprise that recent weeks have seen the living former presidents coming out of the woodwork to either reaffirm their predictable existing allegiances or signal new, shifting alliances.

While addressing a crowd of useful idiots in New Jersey to shill for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Phil Murphy, Obama fully embraced his inner community organizer and engaged in some of his most chilling silver-ponytailed doublespeak to date:

What we can’t have is the same old politics of division that we have seen so many times before that dates back centuries. Some of the politics we see now, we thought we put that to bed. That’s folks looking fifty years back. It’s the 21st century, not the 19th century…

If sounding the alarm over the fact that nearly half of California residents don’t even speak English at home in 2017 is taking us “fifty years back,” consider me stuck in the past.

“Looks like Jimmy Carter is coming around on America.”

A couple of miles away in New York, a thin-lipped Dubya, still visibly butthurt (as opposed to allegedly grabbing butts, something Pops is still apologizing to SJWs for) over Trump’s public castration of Jeb! and as clueless as ever as to whether “he is coming or going, just like it was when he was president,” took a break from his arts-and-crafts time to virtue-signal his unyielding commitment to the disastrous open-borders multiculturalism set forth by the Hart-Celler Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 at the “Spirit of Liberty: At Home, in the World” event:

We’ve seen nationalism distorted into nativism—forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought to America.

Taking the baton from his globalist buds Obama and Dubya, a sunglasses-free Slick Willy circled back to New Jersey and forewent his usual $500,000 speaking fee at yet another campaign event for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy (who is this guy?!) to project and double down on some more self-indulgent, subversive Orwellian globalist claptrap:

What they’re really trying to do is be able to dilute the sources of information so much that there will be no difference between fact and fiction, truth and lie…. And then all the crowd of authoritarians will come along and say…it’s impossible to have a genuine democracy.

Apparently Bubba failed to review Hillary’s college thesis prior to speaking, or else he would have realized that he was blatantly ignoring Alinsky’s seventh rule.

Last but not least, in an interview with Maureen Dowd for Carlos Slim’s failing blog, The New York Times, an unlikely, albeit refreshing, voice emerged on the patriot side of the culture war in defense of President Trump: Jimmy Carter.

On Russia:

I don’t think there’s any evidence that what the Russians did changed enough votes, or any votes.

On Hillary and the Clinton Foundation:

We voted for Sanders…. Rosie and I put money in the Carter Center. We never take any out.

On Obama:

He made some very wonderful statements, in my opinion, when he first got in office, and then he reneged on that…. I don’t care if [he] gets rich…. But I announced when I was defeated I was not going to be on corporate boards, I was not going to try to enrich myself with speeches.

On the media:

I think the media have been harder on Trump than any other president certainly that I’ve known about…. They feel free to claim that Trump is mentally deranged and everything else without hesitation.

On the NFL:

I would rather see all the players stand during the American anthem.

On working with President Trump (!!!):

I [am] available if they ever need me.

Compared with the other former presidents’, Carter’s comments more closely echo Badass-in-Chief Bannon’s recent rip-roaring (“We are not an economy. We are a country. We have a social fabric and a civic responsibility”), pure Americana barn burner at the California Republican Convention.

In response to Carter’s interview (which—surprise, surprise!—The New York Times has yet to release a full video of), the president tweeted:

Just read the nice remarks by President Jimmy Carter about me and how badly I am treated by the press (Fake News). Thank you Mr. President!

When Jimmy Carter (despite being a horrible president, the guy has always been genuine) reveals himself to be more “woke” than Conservative, Inc. and most of the establishment swamp RINOs in the GOP, it’s officially safe to say that all bets are off.

As the one-year anniversary of President Trump’s election nears, I am reminded of what the late happy warrior Andrew Breitbart said in his legendary CPAC 2012 “unity” speech

There are two paths. One is America, the other one is Occupy.

Looks like Carter is coming around on America.

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