Crowley lets loose on Trump haters. During the David Horowitz Freedom Center’s 2017 Restoration Weekend, held at the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida last month, Monica Crowley let loose on the topic of “why the swamp hates Donald Trump”, and why the ruling class is petrified. Crowley has been around long enough to show that she clearly understands what the Swamp is, and how dangerously poised America is at the present time.
As imperfect as most human beings are (throw in yours truly and everyone else reading this!) President Donald Trump is literally our last chance. Allegorically, he’s an unlikely knight, sitting upon his noble steed, lance and shield in hand, sword in scabbard, ready to do battle with a behemoth that has six-foot fangs and claws, adamantine skin, and breathing fire and brimstone from his snorting nostrils.
But nevertheless, he is what he is, and we have what we have, before a dark night of terror, imprisonment, murder-in-the-mass, and endless civil war descends upon the world.
The Elite Globalists epitomized by the likes of Gyorgy Schwartz-Soros and his pedantic minions are driven by their lust for power and wealth, and globalism is what they seek because it will give them what they want – ie Power, that cannot be restrained by national borders, constitutions, or courts of law; unless of course, they control the latter, and can use it to enhance themselves at the expense of everyone else.
And that would be we the little people.
Free markets don’t exist in any textbook sense in the global economy. The capitalist world is run by huge global monopolies, oligopolies, cartels, etc., that fund the political parties that set the global agenda.
Those oligopolies and monopolies then use their owned media to sow propaganda among the masses, of which CNN, MSNBC, BBC, Euronews, ABC. etc. are prime examples.
Crowley has produced one of the the best ever overviews of what the swamp calls “Trumpism”. Millions of us stand fast with her call to ‘drain the swamp’, promote individual liberty, free market principles and the ‘rule of law’.