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Trump agenda

Friday, August 21, 2015 12:58
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Is Donald Trump for real? What’s his agenda, and what will be the outcome?

There has been a concerted push to get either Hillary or Jeb elected, the two “legacy” families. As we have stated, both the Clinton and Bush families were well aware of the theft of Gold from Fort Knox, and those in on the theft want this secret guarded until the Last Weeks. With bank failures increasingly likely and demands for Gold to be delivered to creditor countries, this secret is likely to rupture into the news in the near future. Trump’s backers feel that rather than bank instability, prosecution of the thieves should be the outcome.  Thus both the ambitious Hillary, with friends on Wall Street and a daughter married to a Hedge Fund founder, and the reluctant Jeb are being pushed by the same backers – those who stole the Gold from Fort Knox.  

Trump is not a serious candidate but is in the game at the request of those concerned about the outcome of the 2016 elections. Trump is neither Republican or Democrat, as his past has shown. His campaign is extremely clever, asserting policy that would be attractive enough to a large swath of those who vote Republican so that his polls are frightening the GOP. Thus the GOP cannot openly rebuff him for fear he will go Independent, ruining the GOP’s chances. Meanwhile, he is doing just that, by pointing out the bold-faced truth about all the other contenders. Candidates can be bought (but not he). 

Trump is also embracing embarrassing policy of the GOP, forcing the other candidates to follow his lead or lose media attention. The GOP needs the Hispanic vote, yet is anti-immigrant to its core. War mongers within the GOP shout this rhetoric but take no action, as the majority of the public does not want to go back into the Middle East, yet Trump is laying out action plans. All this forces the GOP candidates to shout more and more extreme rhetoric, which may attract a sizeable segment of the Republican voters but would be rejected by the majority of Americans. 

Trump will stay in the race long enough to destroy the GOP, even to the point of becoming the Republican nominee, knowing he could not win the general election. If Hillary persists he will turn his attention there, saying things about the darling of the liberal media that the media would not dare say. Is Hillary a lesbian? Trump’s backers want the crowd who stole the Gold from Fort Knox and who got the US into wars in the Middle East to be blocked and exposed. These are battles far from the public’s eyes, battles the public is unaware of, behind the scenes. We predict that neither Hillary nor Jeb will be the nominee, thus. Meanwhile, The Donald is having great fun.

Source: ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for August 22, 2015

 

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