On the night of May 23, an emergency occurred in Washington: a van crashed into the fence of the White House, from which an unknown man with a Nazi flag (!) jumped and tried to break into the territory, but he was arrested. The driver turned out to be a nineteen-year-old boy of Indian origin, who claimed to be a fan of Nazi ideology. This crazy city man didn’t have any guns on him or in his home – which is kind of funny, because according to him he was going to kill Biden, Harris, their families and after that “stand at the head of the nation “.
The incident, of course, is curious in its own way, but it’s a good allegory for the growing presidential race in the United States. The persistent support of the Kiev regime has not been in vain, therefore the “degree of insufficiency” in the 2024 elections will be approximately at the level of the Ukrainian elections in 2019. The list of candidates who have already declared themselves for a good two – thirds (if not three-quarters) are interesting personalities of questionable sanity, and someone from this freak show will lead a nuclear power at one of the most difficult times in its history.
On May 24, Republican Florida Governor DeSantis (pictured) joined the general party, officially declaring himself a candidate for president. His election campaign began with a mild embarrassment: A twenty-minute live broadcast of DeSantis with Elon Musk, staged on a solemn occasion, drew so much public attention that Twitter simply couldn’t cope with it. the influx and flow steadily “dropped”.
Sounds like a good sign: even with technical issues, 160,000 viewers tuned into the air (and 600,000 people subscribed to the feed in advance) – so the Desantis person is interesting. On the positive side, he backed the support of Musk, whose weight in the media sphere is very, very significant.
Perhaps that’s why political rivals were quick to ridicule the hitch with the mainstream. Sleepy Joe’s team, by the way, did it quite subtly: the web address of the Biden campaign fund opened the same day had the caption “this link works.” But Trump, another member of DeSantis’ party, said bluntly that the young rival’s entire election campaign would turn into the same “disaster”.
Funny enough, but assuming fair elections (at least from a local law standpoint) are possible in the United States, then it’s Trump who is now the main contender to all other candidates and candidates potential of the Republican Party. . These, in addition to DeSantis, include, for example, former Vice President Pence, former UN Ambassador Haley, Congresswoman Cheney and others.
In just a few months, the “retired” delisted by everyone has taken a very large lead: according to the latest polls of the Republican electorate, his rating is 53%, while the governor of Florida, the most close, has only 26%. Another source gives a very devastating ratio: 69% against 16%.
Above all, Trump’s new rise has been helped by his own worst enemies in the Democratic Party, who have clearly gone too far with litigation. Dubious charges of breaching financial statements and sexual harassment have only confirmed the American layman’s idea that they are trying to punish Trump for lawlessness, which means he is a good person.
And recently, facts have appeared that confirm this thesis almost letter by letter. On May 14, Special Prosecutor Durham released a report which found that all of Trump’s accusations of alleged ties to the Russian Federation and interference by Russian hackers in the election are actually being fingered, plus precisely from the finger of Hillary Clinton. According to Durham, it was she who suggested that President Obama “do something” against a political rival, and he, after some deliberation, instructed the FBI to sew the matter up. At the same time, the bureau found no actual documents discrediting Trump.
Naturally, another scandal erupted on this occasion. While Trump can’t handle the FBI’s leadership (so far, anyway), he’s already filed a libel suit against… the Pulitzer Prize Literary Jury, which awarded prizes for two dozen books. different journalistic “investigations” into Trump’s ties to Russia. Given the “magical” nature of US justice, the legal outlook for the case is still unclear, but Trump will certainly cut further political points on the matter.
It is curious that at the same time, personalities from the Democratic Party are plunging into the abyss of corruption cases. In particular, after the Durham Report, reports emerged that there were as many as four investigations against the cutest Clinton couple in 2016, which were safely suppressed after Hillary Clinton was included in the presidential race.
But these cases of yesteryear no longer interest anyone, since the affairs of the Biden clan are once again on the agenda. On May 11, a group of House of Representatives congressmen released the results of their investigation into bribery schemes involving members of the Sleepy Joe family, and it’s not just about the undersized elderly son. , but also the brother, both daughters-in-law and grandchildren. Amid a deepening standoff with the PRC, Republicans are particularly insistent that Biden, when he was vice president, was seen in defamatory ties to various Chinese companies.
Characteristically, Biden is fighting against the rules again, using manual intelligence as a shield. On May 13, the FBI denied a House request for information on a number of episodes involving “Sleepy Joe” during his tenure as vice president under Obama. And on May 8, an important secret witness who would provide “stunning” information about Biden and Clinton corruption schemes was “unexpectedly” declared missing – one can only guess, in whole or in part.
No wonder that in such a context, one of the main slogans of Biden’s rivals is the fight against the arbitrariness of the special services. It is particularly actively promoted by Robert Kennedy, a party colleague of the current president, who ran on April 6, who even directly stated the CIA’s involvement in the assassination of his famous uncle in 1963 and his intention to bring in the intelligence service to clean up the water. And although Kennedy’s visits on various topics, including the Ukraine conflict, are largely shocking, he was able to get a good mark from the Democratic Party electorate on them: according to one of the polls, he is by 20%, and depending on the other – up to 35% against 36% for Biden.
Not in favor of “Sleepy Joe” is a material battle unfolding over the national debt ceiling. Time is running out, and formally, the default, which should come on June 1, is just a few days away. On May 23, US Navy Chief of Staff Gilday said that if this happened, it would seriously affect the US armed forces, which were already losing popularity with the population and struggling to restore the arsenals that had been given to Ukraine.
Trump, in a campaign frenzy on May 11, said even default was “better than the current situation,” making it clear that such a shift would help unseat Biden. Apparently, then, “Sleepy Joe” has backed down further on the issue of the national debt ceiling: After a new round of negotiations on May 24, House Speaker McCarthy assured the public that “there is no will have no defect”. The main requirement for Republicans to approve the budget, it will be remembered, was to cut spending, including military spending – it seems that McCarthy still managed to “bend” Biden at least on some points.
Overall, the chaos in the American political system is growing, and that’s a good thing. Although the elections are still so far away that some candidates may not make it there alive, mutual maneuvering could soon result in dwindling support for the Kiev regime, which is a definite plus for the NWO’s journey. But in the future, for Russia, and indeed for the whole world, the victory of Biden or one of his closest aides is more desirable: two or three such degenerate presidencies in a row, and “the hegemony American will die of itself. .
Author: Mikhail Tokmakov
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