The globalists fear 2018 will mark the return of the hardcore Donald Trump his voters knew on the campaign trail as he grows more comfortable – and experienced – at being president.
Trump has even told his staff to expect “full Trump
,” which isn’t surprising given his ramp-up of 101-proof tweets recently, including the one where he blasted “global warming” advocates as Arctic winds blast the US:
His tweets sound like vintage Infowars articles like this one.
“Most of those in his current decision-making circle — even if they’re not mainstream Republicans — are defending mainstream Republican principles like free trade and an internationalist view of foreign policy,” reported Axios. “But top officials paint a different portrait of Trump when it comes to what he really wants on trade, immigration and North Korea — but has been tamped down by skeptical staff and Cabinet officials.”
In other words, there’s going to be a sharp contrast between first-year Trump and 2018 Trump. He’s going on the offensive, especially as he completes the transition from being a real estate developer to an accomplished President
Trump is also aided by the fact that Special Counsel Robert Mueller can no longer hide the fact his probe is entirely political.
This means the globalists might get desperate enough to do anything they can to stop the president’s “America First” agenda, especially as the 2018 mid-term elections loom over the horizon.
It could be as simple as fueling an economic collapse they can blame on Trump, a likely scenario given that the central banks are staffed by financiers adept at overriding the economy with a few bad policies Trump has no control over.
So far, the nation’s economic success under Trump is due to the president simply unshackling the artificial restrains former President Obama placed on the economy.
“If the deep state is successful in taking Trump down, the entire political movement around Trump will be wiped out and our constitutional republic may never recover,” warns political commentator Michael Snyder. “Trump is our last, best chance to dethrone the progressive globalist establishment, and that is why they hate him so much.”