There may be a time for war and it seems to have begun: The Deep State vs President Trump

There may be a time for war and it seems to have begun between the Deep State and President Donald Trump. At the Battle of Lexington and Concord, there was a statement made by Captain John Parker, and it went: “Stand your ground. Don’t fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war let it begin here.” 

The Deep State is up against a fighter in President Donald Trump. In this battle of wills and wits, he seems to have the upper hand. Here is an analysis of how the battle is going.

As Written By David Prentice for the American Thinker:

The history of war is filled with examples of effective strikes that were surprise attacks.  George Washington crossing the Delaware River to rout the Hessians on Christmas night is one example.  No one expected it.  D-Day itself was a huge surprise.  Hitler was looking at other areas while the allies stormed Normandy.

One of the world’s famous books is The Art of War by Sun Tzu.  It summarizes stealth and what is necessary to win wars.

“All warfare is based on deception.”

“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the results of a hundred battles.”

“Opportunities multiply as they are seized.”

Today’s cold civil war has seen a series of strikes by the left on the presidency of Donald Trump.  The overwhelming wave of negativity toward him, as reported constantly by the old media, and the onslaught of wailing by the leftist Democratic Party, et al. have been a major part of life in the United States since November 9, 2016.

The strikes have been intensified by what is called “the Deep State,” meaning the D.C. bureaucracy and the powerful government agencies of the DOJ and the……


A Time for War: Deep State’s Strike and Trump’s Counter-Strike

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