Media Attacks Confirm The Best Next President

by Robert John Stevens, July 21, 2016

Relentless attacks against Donald Trump from mainstream news (ABC, CBS, MSNBC), Yahoo, major newspapers (The New York Times and Washington Post), nutcase commentators, magazines and neocon politicians, using every trick known to experts of lies and deceit, confirm the best next president.

It is simple: whomever evil rejects must be good.

If you are not a victim of propaganda news you can see through all this.

Americans know they were conned. Obama promised change and change is what is left—the kind that makes noise after being dropped. Obama added more than ten trillion dollars to the national debt, more than all the previous presidents in history combined.

Obama spent almost $100 million for personal vacations at the public’s expense.

Donald Trump is a threat to globalists who are determined to replace the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights with world government run by them. He is a threat to their elite puppets who infiltrated the US government and are above the law, as Americans saw with the Killary email scandal.

Trump is also a threat to the banksters who are licking their chops to plunder what’s left of America after the dollar’s collapse and will attempt to use the prestitute media to convince Americans the debt is their fault and they must pay up with national assets.

Trump is a threat to the military industrial complex who is not happy with a budget greater than all the rest of the militaries of the world combined, and now push for World War III by surrounding Russia with nuclear weapons.

The majority of Americans can see through the media’s deception. If Killary is appointed president, a likely scenario if the electoral college voters are bought or threatened, the Powers That Be will complete America’s ruin.

Making America great again includes saving it: Trump knows the wealth he accumulated will be of no value if our planet is vaporized and a long-lasting nuclear winter destroys all remaining life.

Trump may be humanities’ last hope.

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