What is politics without a conspiracy? Here are two facts.
- Donald Trump is a very intelligent man. (Just ask Vladimir Putin.)
- Donald Trump says idiotic stuff.
How does one reconcile these two facts?
When a really smart person says really dumb stuff, then something is up.
Why does he regularly issue forth insulting invective and false statements?
Does he truly believe that John McCain is not a war hero? Does he feel that schoolyard insults against fellow candidates gives him presidential luster? Is his plan to slam the door on all Muslims a surefire way to make friends and make us safer? Is mocking a disabled journalist politically savvy? Is describing Hillary Clinton’s urological delay at the recent debate as 'disgusting', a demonstration of his measured temperament?
It’s very tough to ascribe such views to an intelligent man, which he is, and often says so. Who benefits from his volcanic eruptions of rhetorical venom? Here are the two winners.
Donald Trump. He is becoming the most famous man in the world.
Hillary Clinton. For HRC, he’s the gift that keeps on giving. She prays daily that he will become the GOP nominee.
Is it possible that his campaign was secretly designed and executed to help Hillary gain the White House? Did Trump and Hillary make a corrupt bargain? Is this really implausible when you take an aerial view of events? Is this hypothesis more far-fetched than your own explanation of Trump’s strategy and tactics?
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