Is Trump making voters angry or is he the answer voters seek

So now it’s Donald Trump’s fault that protesters get out of control and disrupt his rallies

Isn’t it ironic how the media and Washington Establishment call Trump a bully while bullying people not to vote for him?  First they call those who vote for Trump idiots.  Then they claim Trump voters are homophobic, Xenophobic, and racists. Now Trump voters are angry white people prone to violence.

Their playbook is running out of pages.

By the way, does anyone believe these protesters are not paid agitators?  I suspect the Washington Elite called Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton to rent their hooligans for the rest of the primary season.

If the Liberals believe asking for a voter ID is a veiled attempt to stifle the vote what do they call open intimidation of the voters?  Is it a revelation to learn the media and Washington Establishment are dishonest hypocrites?

I understand the political class’ frustration.  I lived through eight years of President Bill Clinton and watched the same media and establishment hacks defend, admire, and cover for him.  I feel their pain after suffering through the past seven years of President Obama’s failed presidency without a single one of them stating the obvious.

President Obama has single-handedly set race relations back. He has created an atmosphere where the police are criminals and criminals warrant presidential attendance at their funerals while Supreme Court justices and former First Ladies get a token nod.

We have a president that is still blaming his predecessor for the economy while conveniently forgetting he has led the decline the past seven years.  We have a media that crams its social agenda down our throats and criminalizes anyone who objects to social engineering for legitimate religious reasons.

That same media glorifies criminals entering our country illegally while marginalizing our military heroes.  The politicians tells us they are “saving budget money” when they spend an additional three billion dollars instead of five billion dollars on some program aimed to benefit any group other than middle class working Americans.

We have a media focused on ridding the country of the Christian religion while promoting the Islam religion.  Out of curiosity, when was the last time a Christian religion stated destruction for the Islam religion as its goal?  The Liberals excoriates the Catholic religion for its views on abortion but glorifies Islam which kills gays, lesbians, and trans-genders while making women second class citizens.

Yeah, I understand why the elites are so angry.  Wait.  Why are Trump voters labeled angry white people while angry media and Washington Elites are heroes flying around in their underwear trying to save America from itself?  Maybe it’s the other way around.

Is Trump making voters angry or are voters angry at the ongoing hypocrisy that passes as business as usual in Washington, DC?

I am not a Trump fan but I get why he has captured our imagination.  We hope he is the answer but, much like sobering up after a night of fun, things will look different in the naked light of day.  I do not think Trump is what his rabid supporters believe or hope.

Looking at his career he is the ultimate insider who, like a good businessman, is capitalizing on circumstances for his own benefit.  That’s the American Way and good for him.

I still do not believe he’ll be the Republican nominee because at some point the Washington Establishment will get its way.  In a sense, I hope he wins just to stick to the establishment. In another sense, I am not comfortable gambling the well-being of the country on a man who has captured imagination but not reality.

But the media and elites have no one to blame for the Trump Phenomena but the people they see in the mirror.  Voters tolerate hypocrisy, double standards, unfairness in the guise of fairness, and elitists’ rule for only so long.  There’s a reason revolutions happen.

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About Armando Diana

A freelance writer for more than 25 years I covered the political scene in New Jersey which can prepare anyone for national politics. I have no fancy political degrees and I'm definitely not a lawyer - I am a common person who is fed up with politics. I want leaders focused on doing what is right for the country, not for them.
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