Barack Obama lied to the American people defied Congress, violated the US Constitution and a number of federal laws and he aided sworn enemies of the United States, yet Democrats religiously defended everything he did. They treated Obama as if he could walk on water and do no wrong, despite his being the evilest leader the United States has ever had. In the eyes of the same people that defended Obama, President Donald Trump can do no right and it seems that no matter what he does, he cannot win, in their eyes.
“Trump is grappling with the harsh reality of governing and media scrutiny, which he has told friends he hoped would eventually abate,” my colleague, Robert Costa, reported on Wednesday afternoon. What President Trump had misunderstood, and what seems to have only dawned on him slowly and incompletely, is that capturing the presidency isn’t the final battle for respect and prestige. Instead, it’s a chance to compete in a much tougher arena, where the struggle for victory is governed by different rules.
Unfamiliarity with the job doesn’t necessarily doom the person who holds it; after all, there’s no job or experience that can actually prepare you to be the most powerful person on the planet and to run one of the world’s most complex bureaucracies. But Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director James B. Comey is a perfect illustration of the specific reasons why the wins Trump promised and craves seem so elusive — and why, without a personality transplant, even the presidency can’t deliver Trump the respect and affirmation he do desperately need.
Let’s work backwards, shall we?…
Genesis 6:5 describes Democrats and the media in today’s America – The Lord saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every intention of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually. The hearts of liberals have become so wicked that they are not only filled with evil intentions, but they cannot stand the thought of truth. The thought of doing the right thing is foreign and reviled by them.