MAGA is the new Washington Generals
Trumpists have been played. From Donald Jeffries at donaldjeffries.substack.com:
The most recent outrageous conviction in the January 6 psyop will send the leaders of the Proud Boys to prison for as long as twenty years. One of those convicted was Joe Biggs, a former Infowars reporter who did some great work for Alex Jones, back when his show hadn’t been impacted yet by Donald Trump.
When Donald Trump was elected in 2016, I was stunned. I said at the time that, whatever and whoever he really was, Trump represented our last hope. I also said he would be the last Republican president. That prediction is looking pretty good at this point. I guess in a way Trump fooled me, but I’m not ashamed to say I voted for him. His campaign rhetoric was often revolutionary. After he contacted me to tell me how much he loved my book Hidden History: An Expose of Modern Crimes, Conspiracies, and Cover-Ups in American Politics, Roger Stone told me, “You’re going to love Trump. He knows about all these conspiracies.” Trump said some things that I might have said, if I was a presidential candidate.
Trump’s Inaugural Address was the finest, in my view, since John F. Kennedy’s. Among those in the crowd, watching the address with a bird’s eye-seat, was Dr. Andrew Wakefield. Wakefield was perhaps the first doctor to focus public attention on the obvious links between vaccines and autism. And when Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. told the press that he’d just met with President-elect Trump, who was going to appoint him chair of a commission investigating such links, I thought that maybe, just maybe, Trump really was a disgruntled One Percenter, who had made his money and now wanted to expose the corrupt system that he had profited from.