There have been continuous warnings to President Trump about the dangers that his presidency is facing. Unspoken is the fact that these are warnings for our nation as well. From the swamp inside the Washington beltway to the media’s persistent attacks, there is a real danger to our Republic. Where are these attacks coming from and who is behind all this? More importantly, what can the President do to lead us through this? That is nicely covered in this op-ed by Scott Powell.
As Written By Scott Powell for American Thinker:
The coup against President Trump has been developing for months and can be seen on the nightly news. Yet few talk about what it really means for the country and what can be done to avert this fate. Fortunately, we have the bulwark of the Constitution and protracted process inherent in the rule of law. But the urgency and clarity of mind to prevail and prevent the ouster of the President can certainly be heightened by grasping the goals and temperament of the power brokers who seek his destruction and the subsequent reordering of the country.
Suffice it to say that removal of Trump without sufficient cause would likely have dramatic and lasting repercussions. At a minimum, the power brokers involved in a successful coup would feel entitled to a big role in reordering the nation. At the other end of the spectrum, a more dramatic maximum type response could come in the form of a civil uprising of armed constituencies that voted for Trump, who might well feel there is no other recourse from the fundamental betrayal of the ballot box and disenfranchisement by their government.
Among the power brokers, first there are the globalists and open borders advocates that understandably fear President Trump, who is serious about the integrity of U.S. borders, limitations on immigration, the strengthening of national sovereignty. This is a disparate group that includes the sanctuary city movement operating in most major cities nationwide; George Soros and his Open Society Institute and his Soros Foundation network of more than two dozen organizations that include MoveOn.org and Democracy Alliance; radical nativist and Latin American immigration activist groups like La Raza; and establishment corporate business executives such as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his open borders organization FWD.us, Disney CEO Bob Iger, who, in late 2014 fired and replaced 250 American IT engineers with lower-paid IT workers from India, and many other corporate executives, like Iger, who are affiliated with the immigration-expansionist group, Partnership for a New American Economy.
The second group of power brokers in the coup attempt are those in the political establishment — liberal politicians, bureaucrats, and deep state operatives in Washington, as well as media professionals who carry the former’s water and promote their views. Because these are the people who are in essence “the swamp in Washington,” they are directly threatened by Donald Trump. People in this second group are largely corrupted by power, access to power and status in the nation’s capital, and they don’t want any disruption of the privileges that the Washington swamp bestows. These are the people in the forefront cheering on the fishing expedition of Robert Mueller and his stable of more than a dozen heavyweight Washington insider lawyers in their open-ended investigation and the unspoken but implied mandate to impale Donald Trump and set the stage for his impeachment.
The third group of power brokers are the myriad radical neo-Marxist special interest groups, driven by separate causes such as the environment, climate change, race and gender, anti-imperialism, anti-militarism, human rights and refugee resettlement. These groups tend to attract a lot of youthful idealists — the foot soldiers whom Lenin referred to as “useful idiots” who are absolutely essential in revolutionary mass movements, and who will quickly and easily mobilize through social media to specific demonstration sites — ready-made for TV media coverage. Most of the people in this third group are intolerant of diverse opinion and have no use for the U.S. Constitution and its Bill of Rights, which is to say…..
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