We voted for regime change here and are getting regime change there.
That’s the new Gingrichian Trump-distraction.
No matter who’s calling the shots at this point, this needless fuck up will read T.R.U.M.P. in the familiar big obnoxious letters.
History shows that when a GOP president gets on-deck to practice swing for a big strike out, an opportunistic military conflict is manufactured in the run up to an election.
In ‘83, when Evangelicals started asking about their stagnant school prayer amendment, Reagan shot a bunch of Cubans building an airport in Granada and threw a parade.
In ‘91, Bush enjoyed soaring poll numbers after Panama... the same year his lips lied about taxes.
But, aside from a dwindling number of jingoistic retards, it won’t work this time.
The putsch itself is a joke, but Washington’s escalation isn’t. Their military - with the exception of a colonel literally broadcasting from DC - is ready to fight for the Bolivarian revolution. Russia is hinting at helping them. Until a week ago, 80% of people in the country never even heard of the guy on Instagram telling everyone he’s the president.
Marco Rubio, the Jewish owned Senator of Caracas, has been at the forefront trying to sell this plutocratic scam. He is leading the charge to attack while clearing ground to bring all the asylum seekers over. The Democrats are happy to indulge.
According to the narrative, President Maduro is illegitimate because his opponents chose to boycott the last election.
Their grievances? An unfair judiciary, biased media coverage and intelligence services infiltrating their campaigns.
Volunteers in Bolivarian Circles dox anti-government activists on the internet and send loyalist vigilantes to beat them up, while the "free and fair press" mocks them. If they fight back, they go to jail.
Maybe it's time to Read Zambo Siege!
The liberal moralizers whining about it are doing this here, which is why this story has failed to move most Americans.
The only difference between Hugo Chavez’s victory in 2000 and Trump in 2016 is that Chavez had the will to fulfill his promises.
In 2002, Venezuelan institutions tried to stop Chavez using the same seditious handbook Robert Mueller and his Guardian Hebrew Rod Rosenstein in the Department of Justice are using on Trump.
He kept defying commands from intelligence services and the military so they arrested Chavez. His only option was to mobilize his supporters to fight the deep state in the street. Chavez had the colored majority on his side, just like Trump has the white working and middle class.
When back in power, he wiped out the previous regime’s class of “journalists,” purged the embedded traitors in the military and court system, and drove the oligarchs out. He installed a cabinet loyal to his vision.
They’ve suffered crippling economic sanctions and a degree of non-stop unrest throughout, but Chavez died the most popular leader in the Western Hemisphere. His work may allow the less popular, but still democratically elected, Maduro to endure.
Trump on the other hand appears to have been spooked by ZOG's militarized assault, broadcast on Deep State TV (CNN), against elderly InfoWars kook Roger Stone’s house for the crime of “lying to the FBI.”
He knows Don Jr. is next on the hit list, and then big Trump himself will die in prison with his family, business and legacy destroyed. The FBI was sending him a message.
He should’ve responded to this by firing Robert Mueller and putting Rod Rosenstein on trial for treason, which is what we voters want. If they pushed to impeach, announcing a one day only “2nd Amendment Holiday” to bring his millions of white, red-capped and armed supporters to Washington would make them think twice. But it doesn't look like he's ready to meet the escalation. He might just be too old for this fight.
Chavez and Maduro rose to the occasion and deserve to be in charge.
After all the beatings suffered, wrongful imprisonment, doxing and jobs lost by the Trump campaigners and the little people that make up the MAGA movement, if Trump doesn't build the wall without amnesty, he doesn't.