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Bernie and Biden Pass Torch to Trump: “He’s the Best Democrat Candidate We Have, We’re Happy to Have Him Back!”
America, USA–In a stunning turn of events President Donald Trump announced his bid for the White House, again, bit this time as a Democrat.
Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden both conceded after failed campaigns, respectively, stating, “He’s the best candidate the Democrats got, he’s a great person and an even better leader… We’re happy to have him back!”
Since Trump has joined the Democrat party, polls show progressives now may possibly have a chance of winning the presidency in 2020, before this shocking announcement there was no hope.
Recently, in the news, when I Google search Trump or politics, I see a familiar name come up: Barack Obama. (Maybe Google is being bias towards me! I better ask Trump.) Obama is the president I voted for twice. He is the shining beacon of hope. He is a person of passion, a leader with decency, and someone who always looked great for the cameras, every day, and his staff. (Am I drawn into the idea that life is a fairy tale… no, I am not, not really. Nothing is ever that squeaky-clean. Now, after the fact, after his presidency, this seems impossible, or a charade.) That being said, Obama’s appearance in the media this time strikes me as a HUGE concern for Democrats across the nation in relation to the midterms. This concern could spell a “red tide” in November.
Let me try and explain my opinion: Obama, to me, is the fixer that Hillary could never be for the Democrat Party. In many, if not all cases, Obama is entirely more likable and he knows how to persuade people better than any other Democrat candidate. (Politics aside, I would love to have a beer with President Obama.) He is the person that people can generally get behind, he is compassionate, where as Donald Trump may not appear to be to many. He is the antithesis of Trump in a plethora of ways: party, planning, and personality. Where Trump is straightforward and may not be politically correct, Obama is kind, amiable, and he smooths politics over with more politics (which is some cases, after the fact, may seem deceptive and manipulative.) Obama becoming necessary pre-2018 midterms should be a concern for anyone promoting progressive or blue, he–a man not running for office again (presumably) is in effect running against the man in office and for a party. Obama will be competing with Democrats for the Democrat party. His sun will outshine his lunar-like contenders in most situations. Obama’s void in the midterms as a candidate, after his presence now, could set Democrats back lightyears, he is a massive powerhouse to fill, a resource that essentially only the news media has, he belongs to no party, to the benefit of Republicans.
His reemergence seems more forced than planned, more emergency than by chance. For one: the former president and first lady said they were “going to take a little break” from politics after his presidency. It is subjective to try and understand what constitutes as a “little break”, however I feel the break would have been a bit longer had the blue wave become more of a sure thing at this juncture. I believe there is some internal ideas, within polling–which are really an unreliable guess, that the midterms will not be such a hand out to the losing part of the 2016 election. Mind you, that election was a sure thing for Hillary and it didn’t work out so well, alas polling said otherwise. President Obama coming back from his “break” so closely to the midterms makes me wonder, is it out of choice or necessity for the party. Or maybe he just likes the press relatively speaking–in relation to Trump, accordingly, they, the press, love and love him, Obama.
Those ideas stated, I believe there is more but it’s all speculative, it’s just of an opinion of mind. I believe that Obama is and was great for the Democrat party. He promoted ideas that may not have seen fruition but he may have given many Americans hope. In a time where the news media promotes a lack of hope he seems more than necessary. But is that hopelessness for the Democrat party in relation to the midterm election, or to the idea that America is exclusively progressive, or that the America people deserve better, or that our times are horrible and changing for the worse, or just the opposite? I guess it depends on how you look at the equation. Perhaps things are getting better now–the economy, the authority of the law and how those entities enforce it, politics are being recharged whether anyone likes it or not–and maybe becoming tough and becoming accountable and not just smoothing things over with words and politics and an appearance of perfection is the human way to move forward–or the constitutional, American way to move forward. Those are just general guesses and in no way of my precise ideation.
I’ll finish up with: I am not entirely sure about the outcome of the midterm elections, but it is telling, to me, that the Democrats pull their (forgive the pun) trump cards at this point in time. (But I don’t know the exact history of such a thing.) Maybe it is too soon for Obama. Maybe he should have come back a bit later, perhaps before the 2020 presidential election and rallied the troops, championed the party, behind the new face of the party. He could have brought back fond memories. However, not so. Now, Obama will be front and center in a media that truly either absolutely loves you, or absolutely-hates-your-fucking-guts. Which is very unfortunate because it’s easy to see the potential media bias and where those entities want the country to go. Accordingly, I believe the Democrat party should be more hopeful than certain, more concerned than confident; likewise, the Republican party shouldn’t bet on this concern as well, they should run it as if they were to lose, because everyone, even if they don’t admit it, loves an American underdog story. And by way of what the news media promotes, that story may come true in the 2018 midterms.
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FACT CHECK: Trump-Putin handshake proves undeniable evidence of G-20 Summit meeting the media explains, and shocking leaked video of secret handshake reveals so much more, ERMERGERD!
Frogtown, USA–In completely obvious proof of being best friends previous to their first-ever meeting, President Trump and true BFF, and closet RNC campaign manager, Vladimir Putin shook hands as the entire world of news media watched obsessively and told you what they thought about it through unbiased objective interpretation not related to their paid sponsors.
The G20 Summit, located in some other country in another part of the world, an important event which no one knows anything about at all, was entirely overshadowed Friday by the first-time in history meeting of long-time extremely close inseparable boyhood friends, Donald and Putin.
A brief handshake and the vivid and graphic secret leaked footage of that handshake leaked on an FBI memo pad by an unnamed high-level from some University lawyer source revealed a lot more, through our unique and special unadulterated interpretation, than most average citizens would gather from reading objective observations, if ever written.
In what is said to be the handshake that caused a redoubling rupture in the center of the earth and massive schism in the minds of intellectuals for democratic justice, the Trump-Putin handshake went down in modern history as the most covered handshake of all-time, maybe until next week. Leaked Video evidence of Russian Election Interference
This integral and intimate handshake was so important numerous news outlets covered it with their own special interpretation of its absolute and exact meaning so readers brains could understand better and handle its true meaning without question, here are just a few interpretations that might fit your ideology: MPR, CNN, RT, Snopes, Washington Post, Wikipedia, etc.
Handshakes like these will forever change the way we view the world through photography of such events, specifically through handshakes, and how the media interprets this standard rite of general introductions, especially with those who win elections together and those who just meet for the first time during everyday life.
In a world where people have two hands and one very small brain, or even just one very small hand–you have to hand it to them–it is incredibly important to remember the importance and deep meaning and objective interpretation of a handshake, an act with roots and ties to anything and everything through media persuasion.
American news media unanimously agrees to write shorter articles saving readers time, triggering the advent of journalism without words
Frogtown, USA —This week an official report of an official study found that most people don’t read the news because it’s too long and takes too much time to read. In hopes to counter lack of readership and lack of attention to everything the mainstream media has decided to make all articles one to two sentences long, maximum.
The decision to make news articles one to two sentences long in their entirety was unanimously agreed upon by American news organizations on Monday eve after finding that no one reads anymore, or takes the news seriously, and this looming fact destroys potential for more advertisement revenue.
In what seems to be the demise of true journalism, a bastion of hope has been burrowed out of thin air in true optimism, from the idea of less is more, perhaps, and this sea change may just be the beginning of novel style of journalism that doesn’t require words at all, merely assumptions by inflection of personal interpretation. Not a far cry from where we are today, when journalism already doesn’t require legitimate sources at all.
To the news that all news articles would be only one to two sentences long, purposeful and sage Millennials rejoiced in having more time to like things on Instagram and craft new Facebook status updates, now instead of reading through articles with details and objective facts the reader could simply fill in the blanks to their liking. Creating a double positive: the story would be easier to read, and easier to digest mentally.
In a time where there isn’t much time in our busy lives, shorter articles will become a more positive experience for the reader, for the writer, and for the entire world in general; journalism with words, thought, and details will become a thing of the distant past. With the official announcement of shorter articles, the American news media is truly on course for a new style of the literary form, a new style of journalism without words.
Reading Facebook and CNN regularly for a year found equal to attaining a political science doctorate, one study proves
St Paul, MN– In a recent unsubstantiated report put out by AP (Ambiguous Press) a single covert unobtrusive research study has found that reading Facebook or CNN at least twice daily, perhaps, is actually equal to attaining a political science doctorate from an accredited University.
This astonishing fact, perhaps, has come out at a time when your friends on Facebook may know just about everything there is to know about politics and science from simply reading a headline published by CNN and create an elaborate and accurate theory or law in a matter of moments in a status update or a rudimentary comment, breakthroughs that change the world.
Sir Richard B’hole, the leading scientist on the study, and famous Antarctic big game hunter, expressed these findings proves that our brains work faster than they ever have before, people are more certain in their beliefs and that is all that matters. Sir B’hole went on to say that it’s amazing that we can learn so much from so little.
Although the AP reported study has been published and went viral on Facebook and throughout social media venues unquestioned, it is merely one single scientific study, meaning that it still has to be tested countless other times and produce the same result, and then go on to be peer reviewed, this, to even be close to considered factually or realistically relevant. To that B’hole said, we are on to something here, we live in a very intelligent time… very interesting.
New Study: Global warming to cause devastating measurable harm in America locally in 2017, spring rummage sales in the midwest to take an incredibly massive hit
So far this year, we have seen polar ice caps melting more swiftly into the see, extreme weather spawning tornadoes across the central United States wreaking havoc, and now there is more tangible proof that the laws of global warming are taking a real grip globally and locally, midwestern rummage sales are slated to take a dramatic fiscal hit this year.
“Sure, the snow is gone, the ice piles is melting, and the flowers are popping up everywhere, but this change will touch us all, it will cause rummage salers to be absolutely confused about when to go rummagesaling… when to buy or sell. What’s even more, executives holding rummage sales will be just as confused as when to have a rummage sale as a tomato plant that tries to bloom in march in Duluth!” One disgruntled anonymous self-proclaimed community representative said last week.
All of this nice, tempered weather in what should be a winter weather wonderland this season will have an eventual, inevitable, severe, insane, incredible, unbelievable, amazing, awesome, terrible, ridiculous, measurable cost. Rummage sales sales for 2017 are forecasted to be down, way down. Down so much so that $25 worth of things-you-no-longer-wanted-cluttering-up-your-house will be worth only $15.
This year’s global warming inevitability is bad, real bad. (And that’s been fact-checked) When you think about the local effect that global warming has on the world, it is hard to comprehend. If each neighborhood is unable to make money off of rummage sales then the GDP for that neighborhood will be perish, changing tax values, raising the crime rate, adding to growing poverty, and this obviously leads to more socio-economical matters of grave concern, of course more protests.
And with all this bad, there is a silverling. Although, global warming will be felt locally–by law, immensely this year, there is still hope. A band of vigilante activists called “NCF” (which stands for No Carbohydrate Footprint) is out spreading the message to reduce their carbohydrate footprint drastically. Their actions are simple and easy and anyone can make change for the better. They advise the masses to simply eat less bread, noodles, and pop tarts. We can all make positive change in these dire times by stepping it up and reducing out carbohydrate footprint.
In lieu of all of this new information from this new study, now that there is visible measurable proof, all naysayers can switch their ideologies and start fixing the problem here and now, on this planet. Further, to help reduce one’s carbohydrate footprint one must avoid all grains, all food products that have carbohydrates in them. The world truly depends on those with higher enlightenment, those with the ability to make change in the present for the better of the future.