All Hail The Don: Mundabor’s Guide To The Third Debate

 

 

1) Trump has clearly won. From what I have seen his best performance, too. On the attack, but poised. Measured but focused. Presidential.

2) Trump is absolutely right in refusing to write a blank cheque to the Democrats, no matter the extent of the electoral fraud. Let the Country know that he is no Romney, and things will be monitored, as far as possible, closely. Also, let the fraudulent Democrats know they will be aggressively pursued and exposed., and will risk jail. It motivates a lot even among Democrats.

3) The MSM are, predictably, going bonkers with Trump's above mentioned refusal. Let them. The more hysteric they become, the more this will expose them.

4) The MSM hysteria is not working as much as the powers that be hoped it would. After two weeks of Trump hysteria, as the MSM routinely ignore – or substantially ignore – the daily revelations against the Clintons' Evil Machine (and her personal sexual perversion!), Drudge has two interesting links: one shows TIPP gives Trump in front, the other that they were the most accurate in 2012. This, after two weeks of purest Trumpphobia. Imagine where Trump would be now if the MSM had not been so obscenely biased.

5) Trump makes mistakes. But he learns from them fast, and reacts brilliantly and resolutely. After the first debate we had a clear improvement in the second, and another one in the third. This is a very smart guy, and one that can improve with the time. Presidential material. I wish he had more humility.

6) Let the effeminate journalist scream as much as they want. Let the idiot at “Fox” blather that Trump alienated women by calling Crooked Hillary “nasty woman”. It's so transparent it's embarrassing. A lot of people resolutely refuse to believe this rubbish.

7) Let the polls (the bed ones) scream Hillary's “advantage”. The “remain” camp was given as victorious in June by pretty much everyone. It surely helped “Leave” to win. For every tepid Trump supporter that stays home because they think Trump has lost, two Dems might be glad to stay home and avoid voting for a woman they despise.

8) The Cross does not advance only through the work of saints. It also advances through the work of sinners. Constantine wasn't a terribly nice guy. All those rulers who converted themselves and their tribe to Christianity in England and elsewhere did not become ascetic living saints because of it. God also uses sinners to fulfil His own plans.

9) Pray. Pray and do penance. Then pray some more.

M

 

 

Posted on October 20, 2016, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Great analysis. I used your “Shy Tory Effect” post in my post today.

    Also came across this video. I know you are a busy guy (who isn’t) but this guy is great. And he isn’t even religious. In other words, this sinner gets it!

    If you like him, pass along to your readers.

    PS I have one of his programs about Western Civilization linked on my left hand margin. And my readers love it.

  2. In this election Trump is clearly on the side of God. And God will reward him. Let us hope and pray he wins this thing, and if not, that he will continue to be a standard bearer for what is right and holy. Perhaps he might become a Catholic. Imagine how our Bishops and Pope Francis would feel about that!

  3. “8) The Cross does not advance only through the work of saints. It also advances through the work of sinners. Constantine wasn’t a terribly nice guy. All those rulers who converted themselves and their tribe to Christianity in England and elsewhere did not become ascetic living saints because of it. God also uses sinners to fulfil His own plans. ”

    Agreed. I would go even further: The sinner, by helping to advance the Cross, more often than not becomes more saintly himself. Rare are the people who start out as saints. Give them a decade in the trenches, and they will be much closer to Him than they were earlier.

    Regarding the polls, they are often used to paint a false picture, but they (unlike the media Narrative built on them) tend to return to sanity in the final week before the election, because pollsters’ reputations (and success as private business) depend on putting out final numbers within the margin of error of the result. Look at the surprisingly accurate final Brexit polls, almost all of which were within the normal margin of error. If mainstream polls still show Clinton ahead by eight or ten points right before election day, Trump will lose.

  4. The British Balderdash Corporation claim world media say Clinton won but when we look at alternative media sources in USA it is clearly for Trump. mainstream media lives in afantasy world of what the French philosopher baudrillard called hyperrealism and simulacra that are the reality for the masses who soak it all up. Considering the criminal behaviour of the Clintons which is almost totally ignored by CNN, ABC, etc., how right he was too.

  5. There is an unbreakable bond between Trump and his supporters that the liberal DemocraPs just can not understand. I know, he made that bond with me over a year ago as he addressed American boarder guards at the Mexican boarder. Although the so called never trump conservative purists chastise me for saying it but Trump is like a Ronald Reagan in terms of bonding with the voter. He also has Reagan’s big tent drawing in all kinds of people. I am naturally a cheap skate but Trump is the ONLY politician I have ever contributed money to and that was more than once. The lame stream just does not understand that Trump is not just a candidate, Trump is a movement. Probably much like Brixit.

  6. 8) & 9) The best I’ve read this whole year. Thank you and God bless you.

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