A list compiled on Twitter:
1. No Wall in sight
2. DACA: Live & kicking
3. Russia: Endless Sanctions!
4. Hillary: High on the hog
5. Social Media: Commie-curated
6. Rosenstein: Still ruling roost
7. South Africa? What a tweet!
8. Israel: Fat & Happy
9. Debt: Putting Obama to shame
10. Mueller: Still on my payroll.
11. Sholom Rubashkin: Pardoned
12. White turnout: Lowest in decades.
13. Iran: Sanctions by meme.
14. Opioid Crisis: Ongoing.
15. Felons: Free and ready to vote.
16. Setting DOJ on protesters at Charlottesville & giving left a free pass
17. Sessions charging James Fields with terrorist/murder when it’s clear it wasn’t
18. Still in Syria, still sabre rattling
19. Non stop pandering to every other demos except the only one who voted for him
And early arrivals from the caravan are already entering the United States.
It’s reasonable to admit that President Trump has come to a point at which his negotiating approach has arrived at negative returns. At the present curve of accomplishment, nobody is voting for him in 2020. And I believe he knows it and that there was always a Plan B. I haven’t been part of his preparation for presidency and I don’t get his intelligence reports, so I don’t know how that might look. Plan B, I imagine, would be a high-risk, high-reward extraconstitutional move involving loyal elements within the US armed forces and the fanatical devotion of his 63 million rally-goers. It might be modeled on the Red Army’s possum game of withdrawing and then encircling and pouncing.
Ronald Reagan, by history’s tragic twist, inflicted two mortal wounds on the country he loved: by signing the no-fault divorce into California’s law and then by signing the Simpson–Mazzoli immigration amnesty into law in 1986.
White Genocide is real. Emboldened by Trump’s apparent weakness, leftists are now openly affirming that. We elected him to stop it by reversing the past three decades of demographic and political changes. Nobody, for a moment and on either side of this cold civil war, saw him as just another President in a parade of alternately liberal and conservative ones. He was elected to kick over the apple cart.
The worst thing Trump, already the greatest President since Andrew Jackson can do, is follow Reagan’s example of trying to work with his enemies. At this point, the survival of the American people and their culture will be well served by President Trump’s weighing of inspiring, decisive action. And if he doesn’t have the power to do that, then may he at least speak openly and spell out for everyone exactly what’s going on behind the scenes.
Mr. President, this is no time for age or physical exhaustion. The eyes of the millions who will follow you are upon you. The eyes of eternity are upon you.