Henry Adams, late 19th century American philosopher and descendent of two presidents observed in his seminal book "The Education of Henry Adams," "Politics, as a practice, whatever its professions, had always been the systematic organization of hatreds." The primary organizer of hate today consists of a well-financed political machine that runs on the fuel of personal hatred for President Donald Trump.
The main tool of the Trump haters is to hurl bully-boy style taunts such as “racist.” Their latest chestnut, “white supremacist,” is a real charmer. The Trump haters, by and large, should really be the last people on earth to throw the racist rock as any real dialogue on race, and any genuine discussion about the ideas and the policies that have hurt people of color in this country would expose their glass house. Since they have nothing constructive to offer, no legitimate or enduring criticism of Trump and his movement, they instead resort to throwing rocks.
They trot out an endless and interminable stream of media “experts” who drone on noisily with an insufferable tableaux of pseudo psycho-babble about President Trump’s competency to hold public office. Their delivery of their canned jeremiads is often characterized by some variation of a phony British accent. They question the president’s mental state while they studiously avoid furtively glancing at themselves in the mirror. They smugly shriek about morality from the moral heights, or maybe we should say the moral depths, of Hollywood. They are mendaciously conducting an orchestrated denouncement of President Donald Trump that would have made Stalin blush.
The true Trump haters, those who have a real reason to fear Trump, those who have been euphemistically referred to as the eastern seaboard liberal establishment, the top 1 percent richest Americans, the globalist elite, are fully conscious in their effort to stop him and his movement before their influence spreads. They are the swamp rats, the controllers of the administrative state that Trump is deconstructing piece by piece. Their lofty positions of power and their grandiose view of themselves and of their own supreme importance is being shaken to the core.
They make up a relatively small cadre of a greater effort that includes a lengthy list of fellow travelers and camp followers who are unwittingly swept up in a cauldron of organized hatreds. These unwitting and often well-meaning cadres include football players who kneel knowing that to do otherwise will lead to social isolation. The list includes musicians, performers, rappers, members of the arts community who know that any deviation from the Trump hating doctrine, even in their own minds, could have serious negative career and financial consequences.
So, they all willingly goose-step along to the anti-Trump drum-beat, mindlessly mouthing the latest platitudes dished out by any one of their approved media avatars.
The Trump haters have, however, now sunk to a new low, one that threatens to expose them as a bunch of anti-American radicals. That low is the ridiculous and frankly bizarre charge that President Trump called the wife of a man who fell fighting for his country to insult her. This obviously makes no sense. Why would the president call the widow to insult her?
When the president placed the call, he had no way of knowing that sitting next to the widow was an enemy, Rep. Frederica Wilson, who manipulated the grieving widow into thinking that she had been insulted. Rep. Wilson then alerted the panting fake news alt-left media who then ran with the story. The next day, Wilson, dressed like an Elvis imitator, described herself as a “rock-star.” She has since been dropped like a hot coal as this is looking like another Trump hating high-jinx that might backfire and show the rest of the country the truth of an empty agenda that is filled with the weak sauce of personal hatred and little else.
Chuck Morse is a radio host who broadcasts live Thursday's at 10 a.m. ET at WMFO-Tufts. Chuck hosts the podcast "Chuck Morse Speaks" on iTunes and Stitcher and his books are available on Amazon.com. For more of his reports — Click Here Now.
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