A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand, by Paul Craig Roberts

The only problem with this article is Paul Craig Roberts expressing shock at what the charlatans and criminals in the media and the government say about Trump. The president may end up digging his own grave, but until then, he can’t flip a light switch without a chorus of denunciation. From Paul Craig Roberts at paulcraigroberts.org:

The liberal/progressive/left are enjoying their drunkfest of denunciation. I can’t say I have ever witnessed anything like it. These are the people who sat on their hands for 16 years while Washington destroyed in whole or part seven countries. Not being satisfied with this level of warmongering and crimes against humanity, Washington orchestrated a conflict situation with Russia. Americans elected a president who said he would defuse this dangerous conflict, and the liberal/progressive/left turned on him. In contrast, one person is killed after the hated Charlottesville protest event was over, and there is endless absurd outrage against the president of the US.

Three New York Times presstitutes yesterday blamed the crisis on Trump, declaring him “increasingly isolated in a racial crisis of his own making.” Apparently, Trump is responsible for the crisis because he blamed both protest groups for the violence.

But isn’t that what happened? Wasn’t there violence on both sides? That was the impression I got from the news reporting. I’m not surprised that Trump got the same impression. Indeed, many readers have sent emails that they received the same impression of mutual violence.

So Trump is being damned for stating the truth.

Let’s assume that the impression Trump and many others got from the news is wrong. That would make Trump guilty of arriving at a mistaken conclusion. Yet, he is accused of instigating and supporting Nazi violence. How is it possible to transform a mistake into evil intent? A mistaken impression gained from news reporting does not constitute a “defense of white nationalist protesters.” An assertion by the New York Times cannot turn the absence of intent into intent. What the Establishment is trying to do is to push Trump into the arms of white supremacists, which is where they want him.

Clearly, there is no basis for this charge. It is a lie, an orchestration that is being used to delegitimize President Trump and those who elected him.

 

To continue reading: A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand

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2 responses to “A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand, by Paul Craig Roberts

  1. If Trump demonstrated that he could walk on water, the headline of the story in the media would be “Trump can’t swim.” Th body of the story would go into all the reasons he fails to “measure up” as someone competent to deal with the many problems of properly handling “water.”

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