Trump Threatens his Enemies: It’s not Very Subtle


How did Trump say “happy New Year?” He tweeted, of course. He is unable to speak to the American people in any other manner. But he didn’t wish me a happy and prosperous New Year; he was only speaking to the minority of Americans who support the immoral despot. It’s easy to read between the lines and understand threats to destroy anyone who opposes the white supremacist.

Happy New Year to all, including to my many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly they just don’t know what to do. Love!”

Using the past tense of “fight” makes me think that he believes that we will cease our opposition to his illegitimate election. He also makes the false assertion that he won “bigly” on November 8th, when Hillary destroyed him in the popular vote by nearly three million. She is the people’s president; Trump is the politician’s.

Beginning on January 20th, Trump will be verbally assaulted by millions of the American people. He will receive the largest number of protesters ever assembled in Washington on both the 20th and 21st. He is deserving of his favorite tactics; fear and hatred. He does not deserve to be our president, and for most Americans he will never wear that title.

So, what can Trump do to harm his tens-of-millions of enemies? He has already harmed international relations. His poor choices for his circle of sinners guarantees a constant battle for human and Constitutional rights. He has promised to repeal all of the good accomplished by President Obama. He plans to engage in nuclear warfare. What more can he do?

I became fearful of a Trump presidency last August, when efforts by the RNC and FOX Noise failed to derail his campaign after the first fake-debate. Not only did all of my fears come to fruition, he is a greater danger to our nation and the world than I could ever have imagined. His supporters will be included in the most damaging presidency in American history. If we, who are his enemies are concerned, his allies must have the same questions and worries.


By James Turnage


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