2much Trump

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« With this text I’ll attempt to tie several fresh stories together: ONE: MBS TWO: Brazil’s far-right candidate THREE: the late Hugo Chavez followed by Maduro FOUR: Fox News. Fox news points to Venezuela’s collapse as a failure of the far-left government, and Fox is correct. Many in Brazil worry about how the far-right candidate gives them dictator deja vu. In Saudi Arabia the young King to be has a father king with alzheimers, and MBS is drunk on power. MBS is accused of reaching across several borders, and killing one of his critics. Whether a democracy takes a far-left swing or a far-right swing it’s a small twist away from someone amassing too much power, and throughout history and right now in Saudi Arabia leaders with too much power have proven disastrous. The US has forty-five presidents who gracefully ended their term and yielded to law, tradition, and the people to pave way for a successor. Though Barack attempted to be gracious to Trump he showed no appreciation in return. Trump’s lack of appreciation is one of the many indicators graciously leaving office when his power expires is not grace he values. Trump’s swing right from left-leaning NYC reveals how a move left or a move right is equally attractive as long as it’s a road to power. The US can handle more of Trump’s policies, more tariffs, a wall including more deportation and less immigration, but the US is at risk with too much Trump. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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