Donald J. Trump is no doubt the leader of the Republican Party, even if the establishment of the Republican Party doesn’t understand that about him. Trump definitely reflects the thoughts and feelings of most Americans, and he is signaling that he thinks something pretty significant is unfolding out in the Population.
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Trump was bumped off of Twitter in 2020 in a move that was obviously meant to curtail his communications with the average American- which has failed miserably for Big Tech because since being banned and censored-Trump’s media power grew.
And at the same time as Trump getting more popular with the people, Democrat Joe Biden’s popularity has fallen like a rock- and voters are looking for an outlet to express their feelings about Biden- and about important matters like – Inflation, which they blame on Biden, according to polls.
Now, whenever trump so much as shares a post on his own Twitter platform- it is big news. And if that news is about inflation, the left goes into instant panic mode.
The Daily News reported on one of Trump’s shares on Social. Watch for the freak out from the media:
Former President Trump reshared a post on Truth Social on Sunday that claimed the U.S. is heading toward civil war because of an ‘enemy from within.’
A Truth Social user who goes by ‘MAGA King Thanos’ wrote ‘Civil war’ and quoted a Truth post from Fox Nation host Lara Logan that was a screengrab of a tweet from El Salvadorian President Nayib Bukele. Trump ‘ReTruthed’ the post.
Bukele had written on Twitter: ‘The most powerful country in the world is falling so fast, that it makes you rethink what are the real reasons. Unless the enemy comes from within, something so big and powerful can’t be destroyed so quickly.
The controversial post in question contained a screenshot of a tweet from El Salvador’s president, Nayib Bukele, on March 19, where he asked how ‘the most powerful country in the world is falling so fast,’ with regards to inflation.
The tweet itself was initially shared by former Fox Nation host Lara Logan, with the anonymous ‘Maga king Thanos’ user having then ‘retruthed’ the post captioning it ‘Civil war,’ which was then promptly shared by Mr. Trump.
One of Trump’s biggest critics, attorney George Conway, promptly addressed the exchange, claiming to CNN that the Republican party isn’t taking the former president’s threats seriously enough because ‘they’re terrified of him.’
“Nothing to see here. Just a former president of the United States sharing a social media post advocating or predicting civil war in the United States. No biggie,” Conway wrote.
Nothing to see here. Just a former president of the United States sharing a social media post advocating or predicting civil war in the United States. No biggie. pic.twitter.com/hKsjSc5hDl
— George Conway🇺🇦 (@gtconway3d) May 22, 2022
‘But they’re also terrified of a Republican base that’s become increasingly radicalised. That actually does believe that people who politically disagree with them are a threat to the nation and therefore violence could be necessary to fight them off, and that’s what we saw in this social media post,’ Conway continued.
Right. Trump must be “radicalized” Because Conway has spent very little time outside of his elite circles to speak with real Americans who are very worried about what Biden is doing.
Trump’s post drew concern from his critics other than Conway, who also expressed their delicate emotions.
‘Donald Trump is calling for Civil War. Of course, like Vietnam and the walk to the Insurrection, he won’t be man enough to fight it,’ Rep. Eric Swalwell griped.
Of course, Swalwell refuses to read any information about the same people who Conway also is avoiding- the American people.
But how does Swalwell’s message resonate with them? Not as well as Bukele’s message that is for sure.
According to the Daily Mail:
Bukele was quoting a Bloomberg op-ed headlined ‘Inflation Stings Most If You Earn Less Than $300K. Here’s How to Deal.’
Prices are now running 8.3 percent higher than one year ago as of April, and gas prices have been rising for two straight weeks Monday reached a record high of $4.60 a gallon.
Bukele’s hardline immigration stance has aligned him with Trump and led to tensions within the Biden administration.
In April the State Department put out a statement expressing concerns about threats to press freedom, and spokesman Ned Price added on Twitter: ‘The U.S. government continues to support El Salvador in its efforts to reduce the proliferation of gangs. We urge El Salvador to protect its citizens while also upholding civil liberties, including freedom of the press.’
Bukele fired back: ”The U.S. government continues to support El Salvador to reduce the proliferation of gangs’. Really? Yes, we got support from the U.S. government to fight crime, but the was UNDER THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION. You are only supporting the gangs and their ‘civil liberties’ now.’
That is the issue- the Democrats are simply not going to admit that Trump was right about anything- or that Biden is to blame for anything- but the numbers on the topic of inflation are clear. Americans are angry.
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Americans already were getting nervous about the state of the national economy late last year, before the spate of surging prices and fears of a looming recession that have arisen in 2022, according to a Federal Reserve survey released Monday.
The Fed’s annual Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking for 2021 showed that just 24% thought national economic conditions were good or excellent. That was down from 26% in the pandemic-scarred 2020 and a tumble all the way from 50% in 2019.
Similarly, those rating their local economies favorably totaled 48% last year, actually an improvement from the 43% in 2020 but a sharp decline from 2019′s 63%.
The survey was conducted in October and November and came from interviews of more than 11,000 respondents.