Romancing The Birthers

Donald Trump’s Betrayal is also a love story. Seriously, after our 44th President was elected, the Good Old Boys felled in love with the birthers. It was a match made in pseudo-patriotism heaven. The Good Old Boys enjoyed their time romancing the birthers while implementing an epic betrayal on millions of other Americans, i.e. Gerrymandering, Citizens United, and Voter Suppression. Increasingly, as more and more birthers felt abandoned and loneliness, because Republicans were also busy romancing the Hispanic vote, their cries for attention felled on deaf ears. How callous was it for Donald Trump to betray the Good Old Boys, by romancing the birthers? I’ll tell you, it was epic, not only did Trump successfully romanced the birthers and won their hearts, he betrayed the Good Old Boys when they least expected it? Today, the shoe is on the other foot, and guess what, the Good Old Boys detest being betrayed by Trump for approximately five years and counting, well news flash, “You reap what you sow.” Donald Trump betrayed the Good Old Boys on an epic scale, approximately five years ago, the all of their Gerrymandering, Citizens United, and Voter Suppression tactics can’t put the Republican Party back together again.

All you have to do is look at the, “Deer in the headlights” expressions on all of the other 2016 GOP’s Presidential candidate’s faces. What so amazing to me, Republicans keep running away from peace. Is it because they’re so ego-driven? Speaking only for myself, the light at the end of this tunnel is that this Trump phenomenon is a story about betrayal. For some Literary Entrepreneurs, we’ve just received unlimited and lucrative opportunities. C’mon, you can’t make this betrayal stuff up, but if you’re an astute observer, you’ll also get a catbird seat.

I’m passed the potholes of judging others and moved onto the paved, smooth road, where it’s more peaceful. I ain’t mad at Donald Trump, for me, it’s called karma. Who doesn’t like a story about karma? I’ll tell you what, if you also like stories that include, but is not limited to, greed, betrayal, and my favorite, traitors. You’re in the right place.

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