(I vetted the sender, and believe me, this person is in The. Belly. Of. The Beast. I post this not to pretend that I wasn’t wrong about the very possibility of Trump being declared the winner – I clearly was wrong. But I remain very frightened of what the Soros machine has in store. Riots. Assisinations. False flag acts of overt war.
But give this a reading. And go to confession. (I did. Today. After making two general confessions within the past fortnight.)
I just wanted to drop you a line to thank you for your clear-headed analysis of the presidential campaign, which has enabled me to retain my own tenuous grasp on reality this past year. It seems to me that it is the most obvious thing in the world that once a political faction has descended into open treachery and corruption – to weaponize the FBI and the IRS, to intentionally cripple our healthcare system, to run guns to drug lords, to hide official communications from public scrutiny, to barter official access and privileges, to transfer billions of dollars in cash to homicidal maniacs, and all of the other high and petty crimes that they have rubbed our noses in for the past eight years or more – it is simply not an option to ever again turn the keys of the White House over to genuine political enemies who might start looking through the files and hauling ex-staffers in front of grand juries.
I had thought, as you apparently did, that the plan was for Trump to lose the election – and perhaps it was, but what difference does it make? Whether the malevolent cabal that has been behind Obama and the Clintons is pleased with the outcome or not, I have zero doubt that they will use whatever means necessary to keep him in line – which should be pathetically easy to do.
I also think that there is an interesting parallel between Trump and Pope Francis. As was the case with Francis, out of sincere desperation Trump’s supporters have bought into the fantasy that he is going to push back against the destructive forces of the Left – and are just as ignorant of or indifferent to the mountain of evidence that Trump (like Francis) is a man of the Left himself. I expect that Trump will sell out conservatives in the political realm just as boldly, swiftly, and effectively as Francis has sold out the Catholic faithful, and that the people who should feel most betrayed will be his staunchest defenders, cheering him on as he destroys everything that they once held dear.
Let me close by saying that I have been a deputy district attorney for thirty years, specializing in the prosecution of major frauds, so I know as well as anyone how easy it is to persuade intelligent and successful people to believe in things that are objectively unbelievable. Even so, I was completely unprepared for the mass credulity with which the public has accepted the pretexts for the destruction of our traditions, values, and institutions. I recently re-read Orwell’s “1984”, and along with your explanation of diabolical narcissism, I think that I am finally beginning to understand the dynamics that are in play here. It has certainly motivated me to be far more attentive to the state of my own soul.
May God bless you richly,
Assistant D.A. X