Sundance undercover in DC swamp

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Sundance undercover in DC swamp … A quick update to those of you familiar with my daily musings from way, way, back who will, no doubt, understand the connection with Conservative Treehouse and Sundance. Of which the header of Andrew Breitbart should be a sufficient talisman indicator on cause and effect.

Having said that, were Breitbart still with us, he would no doubt continue to orate that there’s no more vapid, poisonous, rotten place to live and work than Washington, D.C. Full of empty creatures without souls, most all of the D.C. washouts of that era are today doing fairly well or excelling in corporate America; despite how robotic and laughable corporate America has become these days.

They’d say unreservedly that it’s 100+ times better than the current cancer known as life in D.C.

Sundance undercover in DC swamp … there’s a whirlwind in the thorn tree.

Whether from the Midwest, Texas, California or the Tri-State area, universally everyone has despised the hellhole of Washington, D.C. as a place of work. As for yours truly, the one time I spent a weekend there transitioning from Florida up to Sandwich MA on a career change, was actually one of my most enjoyable happenstances. The myriad historical sites alone could keep you occupied for weeks. But I digress.

As indicated in the posts over the past few weeks, Sundance has been indicating the real possibility of getting ‘inside the beltway curve’ and presenting stunning evidence of gross malfeasance to the current ‘keepers of the castle.’

Well, he made it, and he’s there – in the D.C. Trump Hotel, no less – and overnight sent in his ‘first responder’ post …

Sundance, Conservative Treehouse: ‘You Cannot Imagine the Abject Misery in This Place’…

You cannot explain it. Pure unadulterated misery in every corner. It’s a million times worse than you could fathom. The most singularly depressing town in the entire universe. And if you know anyone who enjoys it here, that tells you just how far disconnected they are from the rest of our nation. There is nothing here except misery and functionaries, human robots, carrying through with their duties without any idea why.

When I say this is a lifeless soulless place. You must imagine my new context to really understand it. Staying in a hotel with only one, perhaps a handful, of other guest(s) is a rather remarkable sense of living amid COVID-19 misery in real life.

Yes, it’s like a living example of The Shining, sans the death-knock of the twins in the middle of the night. That is correct. Trump International DC – and NO GUESTS. It’s a desolate, depressing, empty dystopian hotel nightmare hidden from all normal people in America including me. I had no idea the metastasized rot had already spread to the central nervous system. Eric needs to consider selling this place, and fast.[-]

[+] … DC as a whole is the same. An 8:00pm walk and you see nothing… a city completely devoid of life…. no cars… no people…  nothing. A few rats scurrying from sidewalk to planter shelf, and a few scooters laying sideways in the middle of the sidewalk with ever dimming green circles as the batteries pulsate and run out. I mean this town is dead. [-]

This is my first visit as a non-tourist. So I am able to see the people who are attempting to manage their way through this nightmare. It is far, far worse than anything you can imagine. Be thankful for your local debate about schools opening, wearing masks and assorted nuance. This is not that.

More later. [end]

Sundance undercover in DC swamp… there’s a whirlwind in the thorn tree.

It’s the spiritual mood surrounding the places where leftists rule that make them so bleak. There are definitely places where spiritual depressive and oppressive forces operate and bring the people down into a defeated, nihilistic, and conciliatory mindset. These are the principalities, powers, and rulers of the darkness in high places the Bible speaks of.

At least we know what Sundance is going to have for breakfast. Pancakes, anyone? Tell Donald we all say hello and we stand ready.

Johnny Cash: And I heard, as it were, the noise of thunder. One of the four beasts saying, “Come and see.” And I saw, and behold a white horse. The whirlwind is in the thorn tree.

And on that note, time for today’s MAGA Pill – President Donald J. Trump addressing Sundance and the Conservative Treehouse.


Sundance, Conservative Treehouse: You Cannot Imagine the Abject Misery in This Place

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