misssylviadrake (misssylviadrake) wrote,

On Trump faking identities when in power; fascism moving slowly but surely ...

Worrying thoughts about Trump.

As I came home in my car and listened ot reports, and then read transcripts of interviews of Trump I learned he has faked identifies more than once in order to cajole, threaten, bribe, further lie to them.

What's to stop him from if he should become President of the US faking identities and phoning important people and threatening or trying to bribe them somehow? Has any reporter asked him that in public? they ask him about it and he either lies or tries to shrug what he did off. But has anyone asked him, What's to stop you, Sir, from doing that once you are President?

On how facism moves to take over the US presidency with Trump as its strongman by Robert Kagan of the Washington Post. I talked the other day to a Trump supporter who has plenty of money, is a success in life, has an associate's degree, and there came a gleam in his eye as he began to confess to attitudes towards immigrants, power, a billionaire businessman that was very worrying. Nothing I could say could faze him: lack of knowledge: Trump was not scholarly.  Nuclear war: he shrugged as if it cannot happen because we are so great. He seems to think the US has been here "for centuries."  Man does not pay any taxes: hell, that's what business is about.  He wanted to see someone "not from the establishment" put in office. His face looked vexed if you mentioned the phrase. He was inoculated deep in his psyche against any criticism.

Miss Drake

Tags: politics, presidential campaign

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