Any Way the Wind Blows – Trump Controlling the Elements?

The world gets more amazing every day and all it takes is a predicted hurricane to bring out emotional but completely hilarious headlines. One of the problems with the hilarity is that people tend to believe such headlines especially if they are declared by a supposedly proper publication like The Washington Post.

Today’s headline from the Washington Post is declaring that Trump is ‘complicit’ for the dangerous storms brewing off shore right now. Wow, is this going to take the current heat over the Russian collusion allegations if the liberal lawyers have to put aside that paperwork to take on the Hurricane Collusion allegations.

Thinking about this (while trying not to laugh) brings up all sorts of questions that a normal person wouldn’t ask but will be tossed generously around by every liberal media ad nauseam.

First of all, what kind of witnesses would have to be called? Since the hurricane collusion in question is still off shore, would the exalted lawyers of the left have to subpoena random but guilty-looking rain clouds? I imagine said clouds have a history of causing rain leading to hurricanes so need to be reined in as soon as possible for questioning. Time is of the essence. Wind and outlandishly high ocean waves may be called in to witness. The illustrious lawyers defending against the magnificent powers of President Trump would have to discern what aspects of the FBI, DOJ, CIA might be implicated in encouraging or even providing the meeting place for this complicity . . . and would they need ships and raincoats?

In discerning this and other important aspects of this complicity, we have to remember with Hurricane Katrina President Bush managed to aim it at predominantly black communities in that storm. As was stated by the global warming and or cooling factions, every storm after Hurricane Katrina would be worse and we would have ten or more a year. So far, we have still had yearly hurricanes of various magnitudes but not ten or more a year.

All this aside, how will the left manage to control this? I mean, if I believed that George Bush and President Trump were capable of being ‘complicit’ with storms aka controlling the elements of the world, wouldn’t they be a little nicer? I mean, they are giving the president credit for powers far and above a human man. I would think they would work on this premise on the down low so as not to ignite the temper of such a being towards their destruction since they are obviously gifting him with power over the force of a hurricane. AND, since we all know that President Trump is definitely NOT part of the Second Coming, would they need to subpoena God . . . or perhaps the warmer side of the after life which they all seem to be more guided by.

President Trump Isn’t Hitler!

When the current protesters, college snowflakes, and radical college professors can’t come up with a real reason to hate the current president, they go for drama and sweeping statements to work up the crowds. Unfortunately, lack of history, whining, profanities and awkward comparisons come into play and the rest of the sheep just keep repeating it without thought. Even the politicians baiting the crowds of hired rioters resort to name calling without a real foundation. If it sounds ‘good’ and is super-insulting, scream it at the top of your lungs whether it is true or now.

Inga Andrews, a survivor of Hitler’s Germany can speak from experience and she has a supported statement on what is actually the problem. While President Trump is working against many odds to protect our country, he is not the source of the Hitler-like shadow over our country and the world.

“What is going on in this country is giving me chills. Trump is not like Hitler. Just because a leader wants order doesn’t mean they’re like a dictator.

What reminds me more of Hitler than anything else isn’t Trump, it’s the destruction of freedom of speech on the college campuses — the agendas fueled by the professors.

That’s how Hitler started, he pulled in the youth to miseducate them, to brainwash them, it’s happening today.” Inga Andrews

The Post-Election Anguish Continues

I was listening to an interview on the radio today with Congresswoman Maxine Waters and was shocked at how she was using her political position to vent mostly unproven venom against President Trump and spoke early and often that she and others were already digging for dirt in order to impeach him. In fact, when she was initially asked by the interviewer, how she thought things would go with President Trump for the next four years, she immediately spewed forth, “I’m not anticipating him even being here for the next four years!”

Now, it is evident that there are a group of people who are less than happy with the new President. I think they should remember a word or two of their rhetoric of eight years ago when they whined that we all need to work together. Miz Waters, however, has yet to uphold a position of responsibility and good example. I think her nasty words towards a man legally voted into office is offensive to people (some of which could be her constituents) who used their American right to vote the way they want. She and many others of her mind set are all for honoring the vote of every American . . . as long as they vote their way!

In my opinion, when you are an elected official, you should work to bring people together rather than create and inflame division. A true politician would strive to put aside personal baggage and see how they can make the transition go smoother. Her rude words will make their way to President Trump and she should now by now that he doesn’t bother to listen to advice coated with scathing tirades and untrue insults.

The way elections go, there is usually a back and forth between who has the upper hand in the government. This time around, the Republicans won the Senate and House majority plus a Republican president. Her party is always talking about reaching across the aisle for the good of this country. It might be time for her and a lot of other politicians to truly work towards the good of the country.

It is obvious her first concern is not a truly united country but a chance to vent her disappointments. Young people often look to actions of politicians in office and example go a long way towards educating future voters.