Why Trump Really Won
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton had less to do with the results of the election, than the voters of both parties anger at the governing class.
Voters were tired of the less than transparent conduct by the White House and Congress treating us like the audience of a reality TV show. Create a fantasy world, conflict, tension and keep the audience entertained.
America’s voters were fed up with a directionless government which took care of themselves before they took care of the American people. They were tired of the deadlock in Washington and nothing getting done.
Patients had run out for the governing class. Those who made their lives politics. Public service was seen by the people as a ticket to all the money made available by Citizens United.
The Democratic candidate was a member of the governing class. All of those Republicans who stood on the early stages of the campaign were members of the governing class. Trump was not. He capitalized on that anger and spoke out loud all of the fear and hate of the ugly underbelly of America.
That is what elected Donald Trump.
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December 17, 2017 at 6:06 am
Trump correctly criticized all the other republican candidates for going to visit the Koch brothers. It takes at least two of the three “qualifications” of money, fame and connections to become President.