I’m only guessing, but it would seem logical, that Con Men like Trump are always questioning their friend’s loyalty. But, and here’s the best part, Con Men like Trump are always plotting against each other. All those schemes that our corporate news media perpetrated on its unsuspecting viewers, in order to normalize racism, paved the path for a Trump Presidency. I ain’t mad at our corporate news media, because in their world, plotting against your friends is one of the first prerequisite of being a Con Man.
When I hear Trump’s cabal praise Trump, I gotta wonder if that gesture is called, “Con Man love.” Seriously, only a Con Man would appreciate all the attributes of another Con Man. One of those attributes is Disloyalty. Con Men are experts at betrayal and no one is immune. C’mon, was it me, but did Trump just betray Chris Christie? You won’t hear this betrayal of a story on corporate news media. Why? Because misogyny and white privilege are the new normal. The fact that our corporate news media is in love with Trump has its benefits.
Boys will be boys, that’s the message our corporate news media wants us to believe in regards to Trump and his cabal. Seriously, Trump and his cabal never saw a scam they didn’t like. OK, I’m impressed by Trump’s latest scheme to playing the victim role, while masking his true racist agenda. Trump didn’t win the popular vote, which makes his electoral win irrelevant. But, and here’s the best part, in order for Trump to fulfill his high opinions of himself, he found a scapegoat, anti-Trump protesters. Make no mistake, a majority of Americans voted for Hillary Clinton for POTUS, and no nifty sleight of hand tricks by Trump and his cabal, will put that Genie back into the bottle.
Trump has plenty of company at the bottom of the totem pole. You know, where racist, homophobic, xenophobic, paranoid, misogynistic, white privilege, and my favorite, living in denial people. Where the seven deadly sins are held in high esteem. Where Con Men like Trump are in heaven. Where Donald Trump’s Betrayal is a story of corruption, dishonesty, unscrupulousness, double-dealing, fraud, fraudulence, misconduct, criminality, and wrongdoing.