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In northeast Syria last week, a U.S. military vehicle collided with a Russian armored vehicle, injuring four American soldiers.

Both the Americans and Russians blame each other for failing to follow established rules of the road. Had an American been killed, we could have had a crisis on our hands.

Query: With the ISIS caliphate dead and buried, why are 500 U.S. troops still in Syria a year after Donald Trump said we would be pulling them out? What are they doing there to justify risking a clash with Russian troops who are in Syria as the invited allies of the Damascus regime of Bashar Assad, whether we approve of his regime or not? Nor was this the only U.S.-Russian faceoff last week.

Over the Black Sea, two Russian military jets swept past the nose of an American B-52, one of the bombers on which the airborne leg of our strategic deterrent depends. The Russian Su-27s flew so close to the B-52 that their afterburners shook the eight-engine bomber.

What was a nuclear-capable B-52 doing over the Black Sea, which is to Russia what the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico are to us?

That B-52 overflight of the Black Sea was part of an exercise in which six U.S. B-52s overflew all 30 NATO nations in one day — from the U.S. and Canada to Spain and the Balkans and to the eastern Baltic Sea — in a military exercise to test Russian air defenses.

At the end of August, the Russian navy conducted its own war games near Alaska, involving dozens of ships and aircraft, the largest such drill in these northern seas since Soviet times.

Russia’s navy chief, Adm. Nikolai Yevmenov, said 50 warships and 40 aircraft took part in the Bering Sea exercise, which involved multiple practice missile launches. Said the admiral: “We are holding such massive drills there for the first time ever.”

As Trump rebuilt the U.S. military, Vladimir Putin reciprocated.

And, last week, Putin had a pointed warning for any nation that meddles in Belarus. With Alexander Lukashenko, the Belarusian autocrat facing huge and hostile demonstrations demanding he resign, Putin put out word that outside intervention to effect Lukashenko’s removal could cause Russian special forces to intervene.

The fall of Lukashenko from power, after 25 years ruling Belarus, could lead to a crisis as NATO allies Lithuania and Poland both border on the former Soviet republic of 9.5 million people.

Also in late August, on the other side of the world, China conducted a huge naval exercise in the South and East China seas and Taiwan Strait.

ORDER IT NOW

After an American U-2 overflew its ships during the exercise, Beijing denounced the “naked provocation” and test-fired four ballistic missiles into the South China Sea. Two of those missiles have been described as “carrier killers.” They are said to have been developed to attack aircraft carriers such as the 100,000-ton vessels that serve as the backbone of the fleets the U.S. Navy deploys in these same waters.

The U.S. has been sending its own warships into what an angry China claims are its territorial waters around the atolls and reefs it has fortified and converted into air and naval bases in the Paracel and Spratly islands.

What exactly is our ultimate goal here?

China has also been ramping up pressure on Taiwan by having military planes and warships circumnavigate the island and by sending aircraft across midpoint in the Taiwan Strait.

Taiwan recently purchased 66 US F-16s for delivery over the next 10 years. Yet, its armed forces are no match for Beijing’s. And China has put the world on notice that any move by Taiwan toward independence would cross a red line and be crushed by Beijing.

Is America prepared to fight China over fortified rocks and reefs in the South China Sea to which we have no territorial claim? Are we prepared to fight China to prevent the gradual absorption of Taiwan, which Richard Nixon conceded in 1972 we do not deny is a part of China?

In its confrontation with Iran, the U.S. seems about to suffer a setback in the Security Council. Our attempt to effect a “snapback” of U.N. sanctions on Iran, for violating the 2015 nuclear deal, seems certain to be rejected by our three principal NATO allies, as well as Russia and China.

How would Tehran’s victory in the U.N. over the U.S., which would open the door to sales and purchases of weapons by the ayatollah’s regime, be received?

Potential collisions between the U.S., Russia or China are not even back-burner issues this election year. Meanwhile, we are consumed by the coronavirus, the crashed economy, racial divisions and riots that have ripped apart cities like Portland, Seattle, Minneapolis and Kenosha since the Memorial Day death of George Floyd.

Still, Leon Trotsky had a point when he said, “You may not be interested in war, but war is interested in you.”

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.”

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  1. anonymous[245] • Disclaimer says:

    Sifting the litter box.

    1. Faux dissidence typecasting the Establishment’s essential foes, laced with pronoun propaganda to delude readers that Uncle Sam trying to run the world has something to do with their interests:

    the Damascus regime of Bashar Assad, whether we approve of his regime or not?

    an American B-52, one of the bombers on which the airborne leg of our strategic deterrent depends.

    What exactly is our ultimate goal here?

    any move by Taiwan toward independence would cross a red line and be crushed by Beijing.

    How would Tehran’s victory in the U.N. over the U.S., which would open the door to sales and purchases of weapons by the ayatollah’s regime, be received?

    Are Red v Blue elections always won by the War Party not a “regime”? What are “we” trying to “deter”? What is Mr. Buchanan’s ultimate goal here, if not to serve as sentry on the Right border of cliché Beltway politics? Has Washington ever “crushed” anyone? What is the moral authority for Exceptionalia deciding what weapons can be acquired by countries that it is trying to destroy?

    2. A fresh step of crawfishing:

    since the Memorial Day death of George Floyd

    Back in June, he wrote that “the killing of George Floyd was an atrocity that cries out for justice” (June 2), a “sadistic public execution” (June 9). More recently, Mr. Buchanan has been easing away by using “death under the knee of” Mr. Chauvin. Now, simply “death.” He couldn’t care less about the official autopsy or the video footage suppressed by Mr. Ellison because he, too, serves an Establishment that thrives on “racial divisions and riots.”

  2. Anon[127] • Disclaimer says:

    Perhaps the US vehicle that collided with the Russians was driven by a driver of the caliber of Anne Sacoolas?

  3. Yet, its armed forces are no match for Beijing’s.

    Taiwan is safer than Portland, Oregon!

    https://www.taipeitimes.com/News/front/archives/2020/09/01/2003742623

  4. Leaders and politicians are not heeding the warnings of history. Mankind cannot fight a world war in the atomic age. Governments knew that in the Cold War, but today seem to have forgotten it. Then Deterrence Doctrine was meant to prevent two things: 1, surprise attack by a superpower enemy, because it would lead to immediate retaliation and Mutual Assured Destruction; 2, the outbreak of conventional hostilities because of the risk of escalation to full nuclear exchange. For the proponents of the doctrine, it prevented annihilation then: it certainly doesn’t look as though it will now.
    https://www.ghostsofhistory.wordpress.com/

  5. Exile says:

    I voted for Trump to rebuild America and bring the military back home.

    Good to see a column that looks more like the Pat Buchanan of 10 years ago than the partisan shill for the horse-race we’ve seen recently.

    • Replies: @TGD
  6. Gee, I dunno … October surprise?

  7. Those sound like some close calls. Still, I don’t think they’re going to lead anywhere; after all, the US and Russia have gotten out of much uglier situations in the past without going to war (I’m thinking of KAL-007) so I can’t really expect nuclear-armed countries like the US, China, and Russia to go to let things get out of hand over the sorts of events you’ve described, even if they do set everyone in the media trembling for a few days until the tensions calm down.

    What has me more worried is the US’ treatment of countries like Iraq and Iran. There, as we saw back in January when the President ordered the assassination of an Iranian general at an airport in Iraq along with a bunch of Iraqis, there isn’t any other way to put it than to say that America doesn’t recognize these countries’ sovereignty at all. That’s the thesis I made on my own blog at the time,

    https://www.twilightpatriot.com/2020/01/there-is-only-one-sovereign-nation.html.

    And it’s a very dangerous way to play the game.

  8. Wyatt says:

    Where Will All These War Games Lead?

    To war. Jesus, why is Pat asking all these obvious questions as of late?

  9. Rurik says:

    In its confrontation with Iran, the U.S. seems about to suffer a setback in the Security Council. Our attempt to effect a “snapback” of U.N. sanctions on Iran, for violating the 2015 nuclear deal, seems certain to be rejected by our three principal NATO allies, as well as Russia and China.

    How would Tehran’s victory in the U.N. over the U.S., which would open the door to sales and purchases of weapons by the ayatollah’s regime, be received?

    Trump, it seems is more of a genius than he comprehends.

    “Our attempt to effect a “snapback” of U.N. sanctions on Iran” is an extremely interesting use of the word “our”.

    As for how it will be received, is easy enough to answer. With heartfelt sighs of relief and hopes for a more sane 21st century, by 98% of the planets beleaguered people.

    And with spittle-frothing rage by that very loud and psychopathic 2% who’re used to getting their way.

    But no more. Something has happened. A rift in the matrix has occurred that has put an end to the pall of agenda-driven lies that has dominated the zeitgeist of our post WWII narrative.

    Germany and France are supposed to knee-jerk do what ever the ZUS orders them to do, because it was America that saved them from Hitler, (at least as the agenda-driven lies were enforced).

    But no more.

    U.S. Ambassador Kelly Craft hit back after Djani spoke.

    “Let me just make it really, really clear: the Trump administration has no fear in standing in limited company on this matter,” she told the council. “I only regret that other members of this council have lost their way and now find themselves standing in the company of terrorists.”

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/u-n-security-council-president-dismisses-u-s-sanctions-move-n1238152

    Trump is saying that Macron and Merkel are harboring and giving aid and comfort to terrorists.

    Call it stupidity or genius, the results are the same.

    ZOG’s vassals are calling it quits. Whether though Trump’s contemptuous treatment of Merkel and Macron, or by some other device, Europe is unshackling themselves from the chain$ of Zion.

    By Trump acting as Zion’s biggest rabid dog, he’s alienating America from NATO, and that my friends is a very, very good thing!

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  10. KenH says:

    War with Russia, China and Iran? The U.S. sure has its work cut out for it but then again it’s exceptional so it might be able to pull it off.

    With the nation wracked by political instability and domestic unrest for the foreseeable future we are in no shape for war and frankly, since the U.S. government hates white people more than the governments of the aforementioned nations, I will be rooting for them since a military defeat might knock some sense into America.

    • Agree: follyofwar
  11. Ximenes says:

    The Bolshevik Revolution really began in 1905, when the,Czar sent a fleet around the world, only to get annihilated by the Japanese. Maybe something like that is in our future.

  12. Better than burning draft cards.

  13. Saggy says:

    What exactly is our ultimate goal here?

    The ultimate goal of the US and the Zionist banking cabal is world domination.

  14. TGD says:
    @Exile

    I voted for Trump to rebuild America and bring the military back home.

    You still don’t get it. The “deep state” prevails no matter who is president.

    • Agree: nokangaroos
    • Replies: @tyrone
  15. If nuclear bombs were real why haven’t any been witnessed or used since their inception/ conception? How would Nevada and New Mexico still have people from all the so-called tests, wouldn’t the radiation still be lethal? The definition of Atom is that which can not be split and if this were possible, there’s no way to stop the chain reaction! I care not what govt AGENCIES claim as they exist to deceive.

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
  16. As Trump rebuilt the U.S. military

    This is one of the most dubious statements on Unz in a while, with all my deep respect to Pat.

    • Replies: @JohnPlywood
  17. @Andrei Martyanov

    Thank you. I scrolled through every comment in this article, hoping that someone else would have caught that, and was pleasantly surprised. Trump has of course built up diddly squat during his reign. His meager accomplishments include slashing the Obama EPA regulations that reduced mercury air pollution across America by over 80%, and cutting taxes. Mere decisions that require no talent or constructiveness of any kind, kind of like shooting somebody’s grandfather in the back of the head as he sleeps in the park, or molesting sedated children.

    One can only be suffering from brain trauma to suggest Trump has improved the American military. The notion that America is “building” anything under that lackey’s administration is reflective of the kind of dementia that one logically develops after persistently committing the irrational act of supporting Donald Trump and the Republicans. Their policy has been to make America a more habitable place for mercantile toads to live in, not to produce anything physical.

    It seems to have become fashionable in this country to speak boldly of “building” and “fixing” things — renew America! — while something important nearby crumbles. It is a form of coping which develops in response to the growing sensation that America is now a nation of chinless, round lipped, genetically alien idiots, who will build nothing that lasts, but rather try to extend the ruins of our civilization for as long as possible, for the sole purpose of acquiring more rat bucks. The same sickness is in Russia and China.

  18. @Missouri Bear

    All I can say is there are godless hydrologists praying every night for the nuke tests to recommence – there is no tracer better or more informative than tritium 😀

  19. @JohnPlywood

    The same sickness is in Russia

    Not quite. Russia’s US T-bills are below $9 billion (possibly even lower) and Russia and China trade well in own national currencies and Euros.

  20. @JohnPlywood

    Whether or not Trump has rebuilt the military, he sure put a lot more of our tax dollars into that cesspool, money this country no longer has. Donald Rumsfeld announced that the Defense Dept. was missing 2.3 trillion the day before 9/11. The waste has only gotten worse since then. Rather than giving those con men more money, Trump should have brought the troops home to stop the riots wracking the country, and cut their bloated budget in half.

    • Replies: @George 1
  21. @Rurik

    Interesting post, as always Rurik. Is that an example of Trump’s 4-D chess?

    • Replies: @Rurik
  22. anonymous[381] • Disclaimer says:

    One of Pat’s writing interns is back to calling the US government “we.” It’s not we, it’s them. The US government is a criminal enterprise. Hostis humani generis, in fact. That means the US government is everybody’s enemy. Our enemy too. There’s a new sheriff in town, and they have officially pointed this out.

    https://southfront.org/meaningful-message-from-russian-foreign-minister/

    Russia’s going to get the USG off everybody’s back including ours. The USG hopes to prevent that by making human shields of the US domestic population – that’s the objective of its COG regime, which do nothing for civil defense but instead disperse preselected CIA rulers to major population centers. So you better hope the SCO can decapitate the CIA scumbags that run your country. Otherwise a lot of you are going to end up as silhouettes on scorched concrete.

    • Agree: anonymous1963
  23. Rurik says:
    @JohnPlywood

    One can only be suffering from brain trauma to suggest Trump has improved the American military.

    you say that like it’s a bad thing

    Who in their right mind wants the ZUS military to be improved?

    I’m glad the Globohomo is the enforced culture in the military, and I’m hoping it’s soon staffed by LGBT, Muslims, BLM, SJW and wokeness of every kind. With its officers straight out of our woke universities with their womyn’s studies degrees in tow. Boot camp will become sensitivity training seminars on Zulu war tactics and how they effect Climate Change.

    persistently committing the irrational act of supporting Donald Trump

    when his actions help to destroy once and for all, the NATO alliance, then yes, by God I’ll support it, all day long.

    to the growing sensation that America is now a nation of chinless, round lipped, genetically alien idiots,

    And what better place for them than in the military?

    Actual American patriots should no more join the military than they should the police forces.

    What they should do, is move to remote parts of this dying nation, and make common cause with like-minded patriots and sane, productive people, to carve out and defend their communities from the forces of ‘wokeness’ that will eventually come calling.

    That would be something worth working for, and defending. Because the America of today, is as worthy of defending as Nancy Pelosi’s smug.

    • Agree: RoatanBill
  24. Rurik says:
    @follyofwar

    Thanks follyofwar,

    I doubt Trump is playing 4-D chess. I doubt it’s cerebral. I suspect it’s really a sort of street-savvy instinct. He knows in his gut that Macron is a weak man, and that Merkel is in way over her head. He sniffs fear and vulnerability like an animal. That’s part of negotiating, and I do think Trump has some basic negotiating skills that he’s honed in NYC real estate and back-room power deals over the years.

    But even if it’s pure ‘bungling’, if it helps to end NATO, then it’s all to the good!

    Just as if it destroys the last semblance of trust in the media, he’s done a great service.

    Ditto his efforts to rout out the rats in our ‘intelligence services’ and federal law enforcement.

    He may not have targeted Brennan and Comey, but by the sheer weight of his over-the-top personality, he’s driven these treasonous rats out into the open.

    Just as he is now driving the left to the brink of collective insanity by thumbing his nose at their wokeness, and refusing to kneel to BLM, as we all know Dubya and Jeb! would have solemnly intoned their cringing and blubbering self-negation whose guilt for racism can never truly be purged.

    By mocking them, he’s driving them mad with indignation. No one is allowed to mock black people! They’re sacrosanct!

    And yet he mocks them, and drives them psycho with rage. For all to see.

    Are these things calculated by strategizing and thoughtful planning, or just street instincts?

    My bet is the latter.

    • Thanks: follyofwar
    • Replies: @follyofwar
  25. tyrone says:
    @TGD

    It must have been a shock when Trump found out he had VERY limited control over the executive branch of government ,parts of which were and are actively working to destroy him.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  26. Anonymous[369] • Disclaimer says:

    Just as if it destroys the last semblance of trust in the media, he’s done a great service.

    Ditto his efforts to rout out the rats in our ‘intelligence services’ and federal law enforcement.

    He may not have targeted Brennan and Comey, but by the sheer weight of his over-the-top personality, he’s driven these treasonous rats out into the open.

    Exactly. As a total outsider with a brazen never-apologize, never-backdown style who threatens the status quo of the ruling class and its controlling tool of Deep State, Trump qua Trump has led to the globalist puppet masters and their collaborators (apparently damn near all levels of power and influence) having their mask slip in their apoplectic reaction to him.

    Thanks to Trump qua Trump, and nothing he’s done, we’ve all been able to witness firsthand the control of Deep State and the Permanent Bureaucracy and the extent of its machinations, from the intelligence agencies to the FBI to the federal courts. In 2015 I had a view of the system at the cynical level of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Today I view it as orders of magnitude worse than in The Firm.

    I got to experience how political voting will go under this COVID-1984 plandemic when I voted in the Massachusetts primary. Wow, they’ve stopped all pretense of trying to pretend the voting process is legit. I left my polling place feeling new levels of cynicism, almost metaphysical levels of cynicism, about the process. I knew with certitude that my vote wouldn’t count.

    While I won’t go into the details but the rigged system brazenly and totally screwed this candidate who I’m sure garnered at least 75% of the vote:

    Shiva has a quarter-million Twitter followers, his signs were ubiquitous, his commercials saturated local TV, he rallies drew lots of people, he was even mentioned on Rush Limbaugh’s show. But the GOP couldn’t have this unorthodox candidate in any way causing problems for the political establishment or the Democrat candidate, Senator Ed Markey, so the GOP at the last minute put in some unknown bar association lawyer (who worked in the Diversity and Inclusion Committee), who had a couple hundred Twitter followers, and surprise, surprise, he won the election in a landslide and the race was called with 15% of the precincts reporting. Total and embarrassing rigged fraud. TPTB can’t play around and allow another Trump situation at the polls.

    • Replies: @Rurik
  27. George 1 says:
    @follyofwar

    I would have to agree. The U.S. military is primarily concerned with being welcoming to women, homosexuals and transgenders. They also, of course, like stealing trillions of dollars for their bloated and ineffective programs like the F-35.

    The U.S. navy can’t reliably sail ships without running into cargo carriers or park a ship in dry dock without starting a huge fire. We will probably lose the next big war.

  28. Anonymous[369] • Disclaimer says:
    @tyrone

    It must have been a shock when Trump found out he had VERY limited control over the executive branch of government ,parts of which were and are actively working to destroy him.

    Yep, being an outsider Trump had no idea it was a rigged operation and politics was just theater to placate the masses. Trump should have listened to Putin (and simply remained a billionaire TV star living la dolce vita).

  29. @Rurik

    Trump “condemns” BLM, but doesn’t mock black people in general. He constantly says that, before the plan-demic, he lowered the black unemployment rate to the lowest in US history (a claim which is exceeding dubious). He believes that he’s been the best president for black Americans since the sainted Lincoln (who wanted to deport blacks back to Africa).

    In fact, if you believe the polling is anywhere near accurate, Trump is poised to get 30% of the black vote. If that happens, short of massive mail-in ballot fraud, it would guarantee his re-election. Most blacks in the cities, (who saw their stores looted and set ablaze), want MORE Law ‘n Order, not for the police to be de-funded, as the democrats promise to do. Idiot Biden didn’t help himself any with black folks with comments like the one he said on a black radio show; “If you vote for Trump, you ain’t black.” Under a senile old lifetime politician, who refuses to condemn BLM, seems like the far left dems are self-immolating. It’s a wonderful thing to behold!

    • Replies: @Rurik
  30. Rurik says:
    @Anonymous

    In 2015 I had a view of the system at the cynical level of Mr. Smith Goes to Washington. Today I view it as orders of magnitude worse than in The Firm.

    Oh it’s far, far worse than that.

    America openly operates a torture camp. Our very own Ministry of Love.

    in this new century, America has slaughtered and maimed and displaced untold millions of innocents the world over. All based on obvious lies, and without the slightest hint of remorse or accountability.

    There’s a reason I call it the fiend, and that’s because I know of no other word to characterize it.

    America lies incessantly about Putin poisoning journalists or opponents, even as it brazenly assassinates men like Michael Hastings for all to see, as a warning to others.

    Is Julian Assange in prison because of a crime? Or because he’s somehow inconvenient to the PTB.

    The way I see it, is that this century is starting to come down to ZOG vs. the rest of humanity.

    ZOG controls all the central banks and governments of Europe and North America. It controls all the media of consequence, and Big Tech and all the major corporations. It controls the military and Wall Street and most state governments and has its tentacles in just about every banana republic on the planet.

    But it’s all top down. Its minions are all corrupt and perfidious and self-serving apparatchiks of this fiendish matrix of absolute domination and control.

    On the other side is the 99% of the world’s people. Including 98% of Americans, who ZOG considers it’s main enemy right now. Because they’re the ones who could reelect Trump, who is the only loose cannon that threatens their very existence.

    Is there anyone on the planet stupid enough to think that Biden will rein in ZOG? Perhaps he could appoint his son Hunter as the new U.S. Attorney General, to get to the bottom of it all.

    Return Hillary to Secretary of State, and put Obama on the Supreme Court.

    AOC can be appointed to head up Dept. of Homeland Security, and that should pretty much do it.

    How convenient that Gitmo is fully operational, when all in the sudden DHS has discovered massive cells of right-wing domestic terrorists right here in Heartland America!

    A lot of people here on Unz, (some of them of good faith), tell us the election is irrelevant. That there’s zero differences of any consequence between Biden/Kamala vs. Trump/Pence.

    I pray I never have to tell them; I told ya so.

  31. Rurik says:
    @follyofwar

    Trump “condemns” BLM, but doesn’t mock black people in general.

    Not in general, but Blacks are a unique breed, and few other races band together in racial solidarity than Blacks (and Jews, of course ; )

    So when Trump mocks Maxine, for a lot of Blacks, that is verboten. To mock Maxine, is to mock them all. To mock BLM, is to lynch Saint Travon in his grave.

    But as you mention, not for all of them. A lot of blacks do like and respect Trump, and you’re right about Biden being seen as a closet racist. Making nice with segregationists and telling Blacks if they’re legitimate Blacks, depending on how loyal they are to him personally.

    And then there’s the issue of Kamala’s husband, and her actions as a prosecutor.

    Not a lot of love for Kamala in the Black communities out there.

    seems like the far left dems are self-immolating. It’s a wonderful thing to behold!

    For all of Trump’s disappointments, I must say that watching the SJW/BLM/DNC/CNN/liberal progressive governer and mayors.. all cheering as these orcs burn down their cities, is a gift that just keeps on giving.

    Are there any decent, law-abiding citizens left in Minneapolis? If so, what the hell are they doing there?!

    By now all the liberal run cities should be chocked full of brain-dead, smug, social status-whoring progressives and wokeness. And really, what could be more satisfying than watching their businesses burnt down by their very own pets, who can do no wrong.

    How does that fuck with the wiring of a liberal, to see his life’s efforts destroyed by the very thugs he’s spent his life defending as eternal victims.

    What does he tell himself? ‘Damn those White supremacists for their racism forcing Blacks to burn down my life’s work!’

    Something like that?

    Anyways, I don’t fault Blacks much. But I do really, really want to watch the White wokeness on election night.

    IDK who will win, or if it’s all a fraud, or what. But I do know that watching Hillary lose in 2016, and watching all the minions of malice and morons of grievance self-eviscerating with the angst of ten thousand swaggering John Waynes

    searing at their souls..

    was an unforgettable pleasure. Almost intoxicating watching all that smug.. being flayed open to the tender underbelly of hypocrisy coming home to roost.

    I despise hypocrites, as liars and frauds and opportunistic cheats. And there is no one word that better defines a progressive liberal, than a duplicitous and unapologetic hypocrite.

    I want to see it again, I confess.

    I want to witness the open sores of puss-filled gangrene pour out of their psyches like so much slop from a pig’s trough plopping in the dirt. I want to see (or at least imagine) Hillary, as the numbers pour in.

    I think Hillary is the main one I’ll be thinking about. I’d like to imagine that her lawyers have told her there’s a good chance that during a second term, that Comey and Brennan might go down. And if those cowards are facing the abyss, they might just consider offering up a bigger fish.

    Talk about the trial of the Century!

    Can you imagine? An investigation into the emails, and Ukraine, and Benghazi and Libya and Russian uranium and the unfathomable corruption of the Clinton Foundation?

    Who wouldn’t be enthralled?

    Who wouldn’t be thrilled?

    I’d even bet that no one person would be more personally delighted to see her dragged though it all than Bill himself. (provided of course that he got immunity) That guy has had to spend more time with that psychopathic bitch than anyone. His hatred for her must be in a class all itself. But not just Bill, every head of State that’s ever had to have any dealings with her, would be so grateful to Trump, that we’d get free oil from the Arab world for three generations. Russia would give us the codes to its S400 systems. Venezuela would invite Trump to be feted as the greatest Statesman of our era.

    Every member of congress would pledge to work together for the good of the American republic out of sheer gratitude for ending the war hag’s reign of terror that assassinated Seth, and had Donna Brazile in mortal fear.

    Libya would be the most grateful of all. Assad would convene a peace summit of all Muslim nations to recognize Israel (67 borders), and we would have peace in our time!

    And all of it due to the world’s infinite gratitude for Donald J. Trump, being our modern-day Perseus, who singlehandedly slew the gorgon bitch off the world’s stage.

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