This much is true.
But there is another truth, far more important to our future; consequently, it's a fact keeping those in control of our present up late, late at night: large segments of the American people wish to not only survive, but continue a way of life they know is rapidly vanishing.
|Liberation from an irredeemable nation: Every time a stereotype is confirmed, another Trump supporter is born.|
Regardless of if Donald J. Trump is sincere about his desire to deport the tens of millions of illegal aliens, have a moratorium on Muslim immigration into the country and build a big, beautiful wall on the U.S./Mexican border, these ideas he advocated are exactly why he is now the presumptive Republican nominee for the President of the United States.
To paraphrase Men in Black, "One year ago, everybody knew that Donald Trump couldn't win. Six months ago, everybody knew deporting illegal aliens/building wall was political suicide. And 15 minutes ago, you knew that only bigots/racists supported him. Imagine what you'll know tomorrow."
Trump has changed things.
With the impending election of a Muslim as mayor of London in a few days, the British people will see with their own eyes how their dispossession is complete; it will offer Trump yet another opportunity for a soundbite inevitably ending with his banishment from entering the United Kingdom by the British government.
You are not alone in knowing something is drastically wrong, sick even, with America.
Trump, whether he is serious or not about the ideas that have positioned him only a stones throw from being the leader of the free world, has shown just how many Americans want believe tomorrow doesn't belong to those who have made today possible.