Two remarkable took place last Friday. The first is Brexit. The second is the vote on additional witnesses in the Senate, all but assuring Trump’s victory in the impeachment battle.

In both cases, the Prophets Of Doom have done all they can to terrify the voters and tell them that, unless they do what their “betters” say, Britain and, respectively, American Democracy are in danger. Turns out they looked, as every prophet of doom always does, very stupid.

In Britain, trains are running and motorways are flowing just as every other day. People go about their business in the usual way. The economy is robust. Free Trade agreements are about to start being negotiated. As always, there will be challenges. As always, people will cope with them.

In the United States, the Trump Train appears all but unstoppable, and only a great dosis of complacency or sudden death or disease can now prevent a great victory in November. There were no signs of impending revolutions over the weekend. It seems Americans have decided that, Democrats notwithstanding, democracy is working just fine.

Honestly, can’t wait for the next Impeachment run, possibly based on Trump’s motorcade speeding. It will be fun to see the Dims shoot themselves in the foot, again.

The prophets of doom are losing ground, fast. They have simply abused the argument, which was never one in the first place. The common sense of the hard-working normal people is not so easy to eradicate. It is the same, by the way, for the impending EnviroDoom, which is not gaining any meaningful traction in normal people’s behaviour.

Keep screaming, Prophets Of Doom.

We will keep winning.

Posted on February 3, 2020, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Here is a comment I made on Maureen Dowd’s column in the New Your Times yesterday on her article entitled: ‘Trump, Unrepentant and Unleashed’—-The diabolical duo of Donald and Mitch, serving their own interests, not the national one.

    “Bottom line: Democrats whine; Republican win.

    Democrats need a new game plan. Vilification, fear mongering, identity politics, veiled socialism, climate change hysteria is way too divisive—like ‘Diversity.’

    How about coming up with a strategy that helps us achieve our country’s motto: ‘E Pluribus Unum’?”

  2. Mundabor,

    This is a non-sequitor to the topic; I feel it necessary and appropriate however to thank you. On February 2nd, the geast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary I received communion for the 1st time as a confiemes Catholic is the Latin Rite, which before finding your humble blog I did not know still existed. Your peridoically canyakerous prose and willing engagement of poisonous thought in the Church and society was pivotal in clearing the miasma generates by the cultural Catholics and liberals i often find myself surrounded with.

  3. This Irishman, while an outsider, has been an enthusiastic follower of President Trump since he first started demolishing political correctness in his successful and entertaining pursuit of the Republican nomination. The morning after he won the Presidency, my wife woke me up to tell me the result. My immediate reaction, without thinking, was to blurt out ‘they’ll shoot him’!’, sensing as I did the utter hostility of your Washington establishment to this victory of the American people. May God bless and protect President Donald Trump and may He bless Ireland and many other needful countries with their own versions (I think Italy have been granted one with Mr Salvini).

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