CNN has done it again: immortalize Trump for coinage of an aphorism, Americans worship God, not government, bound to embed in the American psyche.
Who needs a friend when you have an enemy like CNN?
Unnoticed by most of us this priceless jewel, delivered a couple of months ago on Oct 13, 2017, at an annual gathering of Christian leaders, dubbed a “hate group” by fakers, would have sunk into oblivion. But CNN, the faker bar none, wouldn’t let it. In its relentless vendetta against Trump CNN has one of its harpies air the clip, cocksure that she would hogtie him once and for all as a Christian bigot. On the contrary, she has only energized and consolidated his base, the majority that has put him in office.
Moreover, by his decisive repudiation of government as an object of worship, he parts company with kings of old or some heads of state even today. Unspoiled by pomp and circumstance as President he has no illusions of his divinity (see Magna Carta 12-20-2013 and Radical Democracy 5-25-2014, typakmusings.com), nor would he tolerate, let alone encourage, servility, bowing and scraping, as if he were God, epitomized by Korean royal laundry. A Korean king routinely rewarded his loyal servants, prime ministers, generals, eulogists, as the case may be, with his soiled clothes, the awardee falling apart in gratitude. Donald would not dream of giving his laundry to Kelly, Mattis, or Hannity, nor would they appreciate the favor.
But in this regard they are exceeded by CNN and other fake media goons, who may spit at him (on pain of criminal prosecution for assault and battery), but not wear his laundry nor bow and scrape, thereby acting as disinfectant to keep a democracy from spoiling into an autocracy.
But no matter how contemptuous, they should keep their eyes open, because the penalty otherwise is suicidal. It is blindness that has driven them to bog the nation down in frivolous Russian investigation, tying up its resources, legislative, judicial, and administrative, and preventing their proper use to make America great again.