Donald Trump wants to win. He wants to make sure he gains the power and clout to control the message, his way. He wants to make America look peaceful, with no dissent. He is striving to make sure his authority grows, and that he can unilaterally act, without checks and balances, to do as he thinks is best.
He is a dictator in disguise promoting a fascist agenda. Here is the evidence of this point:
Trump is initiating “Operation Legend” based on the propaganda he is spreading to justify the use of force in cities across America.
“In recent weeks, there has been a radical movement to defund, dismantle and dissolve our police departments. Extreme politicians have joined this anti-police crusade and relentlessly vilified our law enforcement heroes,” Trump said. “To look at it from any standpoint, the effort to shut down policing in their own communities has led to a shocking explosion of shootings, killings, murders and heinous crimes of violence. “Donald Trump
There are key points to this Trump quote on using federal force in cities. The key words are “anti police crusade” “vilified our law enforcement heroes” and “radical movement.” These are buzzwords for a propaganda message designed to divert attention from the use of a militarized national force to quell opposition, at any cost. These are terms showing us that Trump has a fascist dictatorial agenda.
Donald Trump is using federal authorities to quash the opposition and to eliminate any dissent.
We are seeing a fascist regime developing in America. “When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying a cross…”
Donald Trump is now using his words, and force, to accomplish several goals:
1. Promote his opposition to political and cultural liberalism.
2. To promote conservative economic programs.
3. To advance his support for corporatism; and
4. To advance military values.
These are classic characteristics of the Trump administration. They are signs of a growing fascist agenda.
The recent use of federal force to quell opposition through propagandized nationalism is deeply concerning. Donald Trump is slowly eroding away the foundational principals of separation of powers and states rights that make our republic work. He wants to stop free speech, destroy a free and open press, while centralizing power in his White House.
Sounds like he wants to be a fascist dictator more than a president. His recent actions and words clearly support this point.
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