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Why a Predeliction of current American Politics Bodes Ill for America's Tragedy

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 20, 2016 at 16:17

How true the phrase [just when one thinks it cannot get worse-it does], is: from this perspective, the Clinton ideological form of destroying America is a given; most political punditry about Trump is surrounded in wild speculations. However, we all know that the typhoon of extremely salacious attitude about tycoon Trump's adventures sell more commercial time than the failed and disastrous exploits of Secretary Clinton's time as an operative for the globalists' wartime interests. After all, the media is all about making more money.

America is shrouded in evil; it presents itself in more than two places and the two top American contenders for the oval office are beginning to become the least of all the issues that are facing America. The American legislature and the Supreme Court have as much to do with debilitating the America source of freedom as anything the elitist media can put out.

But ask your self this: who has the media spent more money on and who has supported the media in this? What do THEY have to gain, even in spite of Trump's connections, if, say Clinton wins over Trump? Trump's former friends in the media, which of them have turned on him?

Ultimately, America's part in the mad rush to 'stabilize' world politics with current Sec Kerry unable to cut any kind of deal favorable to America is more dramatically volatile than who gets to be president; for what will the president elect be facing when Russian intentions become fully known and America will be impotent to stop them. When America needs a real Secretary of State, where's Condoleezza Rice when Russian antics are at stake? Do not think Clinton II will be able to handle them.

Will Trump do better? Even with the speculation that he might not be what everyone would hope or could do worse, at least there's a better chance he might not when compared to what the likes of Benghazi thinking has already done.

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