Wednesday, December 20, 2017

All Hail the King!...

This is what our once great republic has fallen to.

Back in June, President Trump allowed almost his entire Cabinet to speak, one by one, in praise of him. And praise him they did, with each being more effusive than the last. They called it an “incredible honor” and a “blessing” to serve him. They said they were “humbled” and “privileged” to be part of his team. They talked about how much Americans loved Trump.

At Wednesday's Cabinet meeting, Vice President Pence decided he'd just handle praising Trump for the entire team.

Over nearly three minutes, Pence offered plaudit after plaudit after plaudit, praising Trump's vision, his words, his strategy and his results in light of the passage of tax cuts. By the end, Pence offered 14 separate commendations for Trump in less than three minutes -- math that works out to one every 12.5 seconds. And each bit of praise was addressed directly to Trump, who was seated directly across the table.

Here's the full list:

1) “Thank you for seeing, through the course of this year, an agenda that truly is restoring this country.”

2) “You described it very well, Mr. President.”

3) “You've restored American credibility on the world stage.”

4) “You've signed more bills rolling back federal red tape than any president in American history.”

5) “You've unleashed American energy.”

6) “You've spurred an optimism in this country that's setting records.”

7) “You promised the American people in that campaign a year ago that you would deliver historic tax cuts, and it would be a 'middle-class miracle.' And in just a short period of time, that promise will be fulfilled.”

8) “I’m deeply humbled, as your vice president, to be able to be here."

9) “Because of your leadership, Mr. President, and because of the strong support of the leadership in the Congress of the United States, you're delivering on that middle-class miracle.”

10) “You've actually got the Congress to do, as you said, what they couldn’t do with [the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska] for 40 years.”

11) “You got the Congress to do, with tax cuts for working families and American businesses, what they haven’t been able to do for 31 years.”

12) “And you got Congress to do what they couldn’t do for seven years, in repealing the individual mandate in Obamacare.”

13) “Mostly, Mr. President, I’ll end where I began and just tell you, I want to thank you, Mr. President. I want to thank you for speaking on behalf of and fighting every day for the forgotten men and women of America.”

14) “Because of your determination, because of your leadership, the forgotten men and women of America are forgotten no more. And we are making America great again.”

Pence paused from praising Trump only briefly to also praise the other people seated around the table. But in doing so, he made clear that it was because Trump would want him to — and that these were members of a team that Trump was savvy enough to have assembled.

“I know you would have me also acknowledge the people around this table, Mr. President,” Pence said, calling them “your outstanding team” and “your great legislative team.”
Then he got back to the most important bit of business: praising Trump more directly.

SOURCE

Wow, just Wow! Something we would expect to see from, North Korea? Something the world witnessed in the 1930's and 1940's in Germany. And something we could expect from any country run by a tin pot dictator.

Aside from the this being tailor made propaganda intended for Trump's "adoring 30% public" to hear, it telegraphs what this nation will become if the population doesn't see to it that, barring impeachment and removal by the senate, he is trounced in 2020 at the pools.

4 comments:

  1. Biggest accomplishments?

    "Most talking points ever of any President that seem like they could be Lex Luthor quotes".

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  2. The plutocracy has won, it is now in full charge.

    2018 & 2020 can't happen soon enough. Assuming of course the opposition party gets their sh*t in order.

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    1. Yes, it's me saying this, but I wish Bernie Sanders were 10 or 20 years younger.

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    2. I wish somebody would surface that actually has a conscience, integrity, is intelligent (both intellectually and emotionally), and has real brass balls large enough to tell the truth.

      I can dream, right?

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