- Jan 29, 2015
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- North East
- Political Leaning
French Citizens SHOCK Leftists with Chant “We want Trump!”
How often can I be right? As much as President Trump said Americans will win.... As France burns from years of socialist rule, America goes through a Renaissance. The difference is America elected a real leader and not a chump... We watched for 8 years as our black version of Emmanuel Macron ruined the country. Over $8 trillion worthless dollars printed then pumped into an anemic economy, and the black Boy Wonder felt like a rock star... As one comedian put it, “We told you Obama was Superman, but we forgot to tell you he didn’t know how to fly.” …. France suffers from the same delusion. The election of Macron was to be a cure for all ills. After all, he looked good... The adoring Leftist media in America loved Macron as well. MSNBC’s Joy Reid even quipped that she wished Macron could reside over America as well as France... At the two year mark of Trump’s presidency, he polled better than Obama [https://theblacksphere.net/2018/10/trump-vs-obama-poll/]. While that scared the Left going into the midterms, what his numbers will be this time in 2020 will cause cardiac arrest... In as much as GDPs over 3 percent are the new norm, Trump obliterating Obama’s policy non-achievements is the new norm as well.... And so we get more news on President Trump that’s sure to vex the Left.
The lamestream, fake news American media will be forced to confront their demons soon. They will eventually report on the booming economy, the improved condition of the world, and Trump’s triumphs. All we have to do is wait a little bit longer.
Someone I know posted this on his Facebook page. Something tells me this won't make it on CNN, WAPO or the NY Slimes tonight...
Aah oui, les "gilets jaunes" …. Women workers — receptionists, hostesses, nurses-aids, teachers — are present in unusually large numbers in the Yellow Vest crowds, and they are angry about a lot more than the tax on diesel. To begin with: inequality.
Macron by dismissing the Yellow Vests, haughtily refusing to address their issues and then violently repressing them despite their popularity, has revealed the vast gap between his authoritarian, neo-liberal regime and the mass of the French population.
In essence, France’s protests mark a broader crisis for Western democracy. It has spread to Brussels and perhaps soon to other parts of the EU like Germany.