Over the past week I’ve had trouble deciding what to write about. Last week I already covered Donald Trump’s immigration plan and extreme media bias, which seems to be the same trend for this week. Honestly I have very little concern over what the media seems to portray as our impending doom. Trump seems to be very well at organizing a team that will help him make at the very least logical decisions involving foreign policy. They might not be right sometimes, and you might not think they’re right, but Trump’s obviously not leading the holocaust that major media has been painting. For the past week I’ve seen nonstop coverage on the “horror” that is a temporary ban on immigration from countries previously listed as sources of terror. What Trump originally purposed was a Muslim ban, and instead what we got was Rand Paul’s idea to temporarily close our borders to countries compromised of terrorism until we can review our vetting process. This widespread panic not just from liberal “news” but Hollywood over something so moderate is not only dividing their viewership, but exposing the sheltered bubble they live in to the average American. Why argue with them when the protestors and celebrities are their own oppressors. It’s a mob that is oblivious to who actually makes up the majority and instead hurt only themselves the more they tells America what to do.
Obviously the majority aren’t Donald Trump supporters, but they most certainly aren’t the far-left that we see so heavily in the media. We’re not raising our children gender neutral, sitting during the national anthem or condemning the police force. This is a very strong minority that the far-left wants to make seem like a majority. It becomes more obvious as they desperately throw everything they’ve got at Donald Trump. Furthermore it gives conservatives the perfect platform to expose what seeds they’ve been planting in the form of college education.
(UC Berkeley riots broke out because two popular Alt-right activists were going to speak at their university. Besides burning and smashing their surroundings due to the existence of opposing opinions, there were these geniuses waving a “This Is War” and “Become Ungovernable” signs. Genius in the sense that their “war” was apparently against the tree they set on fire, and they’re only ungovernable up until it’s time for exams. Also not even the Bundy family that staged an armed standoff with the feds explicitly declared WAR on the U.S. government. A declaration of war is informing us of action, not just a form of expression, and therefore is a greater crime than someone you disagree with speaking at your university).
Again, this is not the majority, but it’s the majority the far-left envisions. What’s funny is, as they throw their supporters into a riot, it distances them from the every day American. If Donald Trump were to win reelection it could very well be from the Democratic Party becoming too polarizing to win the hearts of America. This form of media will win over some and create a very loud group of people, but I’m almost certain it’s also creating a more rebellious underground movement. Those who oppose the mainstream media might not be as represented on television, but they’re growing just as strong off the same programming that fuels the far-left. We’re force fed so much crap that people are either going to change sides or become moderate. Although I want America to move further conservative-libertarian, I feel if this form of media keeps up people will be tired of the fighting and elect a very moderate kind of person. As I see it there are three ways this country can go in the next four years. Conservatives can extend their voices under Donald Trump and regain the majority, the far-left could have brainwashed too much of the millennial generation and win the next election off anger and rage, or people get tired of anger on both sides and elect a moderate who wouldn’t stir up as much controversy as president. Who knows, with how ridiculous the media portrays American politics Vladimir Supreme could be our next president.