It’s safe to say that the President of the United States is not a fan of the Democratic Establishment. His current barrage of insults now paints the Democratic Party as a mob. While a lot of his banter stands to be political hyperbole (such as joking about a fellow Republican slamming a reporter), his words do and will continue to have lasting effects across The Republic.
President Trump, hailing his victory of electing new Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, has begun a narrative of accusing the Democratic party of assimilating into a mob.
He isn’t the only Republican doing so.
Donald Trump is joined by the likes of other incredibly notable Republicans, to include Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, in an effort to now taint the image of The Democratic Party after a series of protests erupted on Washington following the selection process of Justice Kavanaugh. This narrative may prove to be effective for The Republicans. While many liberal minded Democrats and Independents may grow increasingly weary of the antics that are currently on display at The White House, Trump’s fan base and current iron grip over American politics can not be over looked. In just 2 years, Donald Trump has managed to elect two Supreme Court Judges, pass deregulatory tax legislation, and increase Federal Spending on key Conservative agendas.
Although Donald Trump may not be what we of The Democratic Party have envisioned as a true born leader since Obama departed (an individual with tenacity who invokes change and who can be a strong orator and voice the America that embodies unity and the growth of the working class), and while Liberals and Independents alike will undoubtedly come to the incredulous conclusion that President Trump may embody the personification of a true American Fascist, his campaign style, brutish antics and general display of lacking empathy for his opposers must not go unrevered. Donald Trump is a rich man’s best friend, and consistently comes out swinging from all angles at the opposition. Currently he’s systematically showing The USA a glimpse into the world of something far more dangerous than mob rule, and that’s one-party rule.
He is succeeding at this, too.