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Dear America: Why Can’t The Right Seem To Get Its Story Straight?

I don't know if you've noticed, but the alt-Right can't seem to make up its mind lately...

I don't know if you've noticed, but the alt-Right can't seem to make up its mind lately. Depending on the day (or, more accurately, depending on the hour), the "establishment" that Donald Trump and Steve Bannon are trying so desperately to supplant is characterized as either: an American "deep state" the long arm of which not only wields the mighty pen of the "dishonest" media and the sword/gavel of the judiciary, but also pervades every aspect of citizens' lives via an omnipresent intelligence community that utilizes "microwaves that turn into cameras" and "factory fresh iPhones [equipped with] beacon/loader/implant tools" to spy on everyone from Joe the plumber to Donald Trump himself or an incompetent bunch of corrupt bureaucrats who take their cues from Nassim Taleb's "pseudo-experts" and barely know what day it is Now I don't know about you, but those two characterizations seem mutually exclusive to me. Either there's a vast, sophisticated conspiracy orchestrated by a nefarious all-seeing shadow government run out of Langley and/or Barack Obama's basement, or everyone in government is an idiot and only Trump and the "art of the deal" can save us. But it sure as s
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1 comment on “Dear America: Why Can’t The Right Seem To Get Its Story Straight?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Is the “deep state” or “alt-right” for real? Maybe not, but with western demonization of Russia and NATO on Russia’s borders in the Baltic states (and under consideration for Ukraine) their paranoia is understandable — Remember what happened to Russia in June, 1941?

    How would America feel if Mexico were to join or cooperate with a Russian led Military organization?

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