The Real Reasons Why Trump Has Flipped On His Campaign Promises

By now, a lot of the Trump supporters from the last election are asking the same questions that many in the Obama campaign were asking themselves, too, then. Why can’t he follow through with his campaign promises? Why can’t any of the US presidents do everything it must do to improve our lot?
All of them need to realize that expecting a different outcome from doing the same thing over and over again, is not only a futile exercise, but already borders on insanity.

The Real Reasons Why Trump Has Flipped On His Campaign Promises

by Brandon Smith
Back in December of 2016 I wrote an article titled Trump Is Exactly Where The Elites Want Him, which I think was very difficult for a large part of the liberty movement to read and accept. In that article I outlined the future of the Trump presidency; a future dominated by Washington insiders, Goldman Sachs internationalists and Neo-Con warmongers. Trump, at the very onset of his administration, broke one of his most important campaign promises — to “drain the swamp.” Instead, he filled his cabinet with all of the same swamp creatures he originally attacked; the same swamp creatures Hillary Clinton was notorious for serving.
I also warned in numerous articles that because of this initial broken promise, conservatives should not expect that Trump would fulfill most if any of his original plans. In the best case scenario, Trump is surrounded by enemies dictating policy from every corner and corridor of the White House.
This article, of course, triggered quite a bit of wrath from hardcore Trump supporters. And, of course, time has so far proven I was right yet again.
The only argument at this point in defense of Trump is that it is still very early in his first year and that no president should be expected to accomplish much in just a few months. Okay, I’ll entertain that notion, but let’s be realistic here and look at the current circumstances.
As I write this, Congress is on the brink of forging a spending bill which essentially removes all backing for Trump’s original projects, including the southern border wall. Now, given, the bill only provides funding for government until the end of September, but we have witnessed very little resistance from the Trump administration so far. Are we about to see the Republicans roll over yet again in the name of avoiding a government shutdown? I would say yes, for now.
This is one area where Trump could light a firestorm. By forcing a government shutdown, a real fight for conservative national projects and spending cuts could take place. Yet, we are still struggling with the broken monstrosity of Obamacare, we have yet to see any plan for defunding Planned Parenthood, the border wall looks to be a distant dream and military spending is slated to increase by $54 billion. At this point Trump supporters are left wondering where their limited government pit bull negotiator disappeared to?
On the foreign front, Trump has been backing off of his threats against NAFTA. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Trump explained his decision by saying that he is “a nationalist and a globalist.” Yikes.
Trump has now also refused to label China a currency manipulator, which was an action many originally thought he would pursue. This decision, in my view, is likely in preparation for a strike on North Korea; a war no one asked for and which America cannot possibly afford at this time. China’s move to step back from its protective stance with North Korea supports my longstanding argument that Eastern nations are completely tied to globalist geopolitics; meaning, they do what they are told. If China remains hands-off, a conflict with North Korea is nearly a certainty.
This kind of saber rattling would be contrary to Trump’s position on Iraq during his campaign, which was, to summarize his many remarks, a quagmire, a mess of a war that made little sense and gained America nothing. If Iraq was a mess, then what will North Korea be with its far better armed military and more ideologically dedicated soldiers? A war in North Korea would take twice as much time and capital to complete, but maybe that is the point…
So, the question is, why has Trump flipped so completely and so quickly on is political positions since November of last year? I believe there are at least two identifiable reasons.
First, it is important to note that Trump was placed in office as a means to scapegoat all conservatives and the principles of sovereignty and limited government for the disasters that will inevitably follow. This is the premise that I used to successfully predict Trump’s election win, and it is the premise that I used to successfully predict Trump’s behavior and policy shifts up to this point. Trump is in office for one reason — to destroy the name of conservatism for all time.
That said, Trump’s support from conservatives has not been as blind and faithful as the globalists might have hoped. We remain rather critical, and thankfully, ever watchful. We are not a zombie mob that can be easily exploited by some fearless leader on a white horse; unlike Obama’s sycophantic army of liberal followers, we still retain our principles.
This does not necessarily save us from being scapegoated by internationalist propaganda in the years to come. I have heard many argue that Trump’s sudden flip-flop negates the idea that Trump is a conservative scapegoat because “he is not acting like a conservative.” These people are oblivious to human psychology.
The fact is, Trump ran on a conservative nationalist platform, and his rhetoric continues to fuel his nationalist image, even if his actions do not. The globalists will paint him as a conservative and the majority of people around the world will continue to accept this narrative because rhetoric is often more powerful in people’s minds than tangible results. Liberals in particular will never let go of the idea that Trump is a conservative because they desperately long for vindication that conservative principles are “evil.” Every mistake Trump makes, though not conservative at all in nature, will be blamed on conservatism and nationalism as a whole. From what I have seen so far, the only people that are rationally critical of Trump as a conservative are actual liberty minded conservatives.
Yes, we despise the crazed cultural Marxists of the social justice cult, and we are rightly concerned about the liberal population’s shift towards full bore communism. Plus, we do not like Islamic extremism and won’t tolerate it within our borders. But we also are not too keen on the idea of being puppets for a fake conservative government, either.
This is one reason I believe Trump has suddenly flipped; the globalist scheme to co-opt the liberty movement and constitutional conservatives has failed. There is no point in Trump continuing to play his role as a stalwart of sovereignty. We have not been won over in a way that makes us easy to manipulate, which means we might not support certain globalist initiatives like martial law in the wake of a crisis, a national federalized ID card in the name of immigration control, regime changes in Syria or North Korea, etc. We may even organize in opposition to such measures.
This leads to the next reason why I believe Trump has so swiftly reversed his positions: Perhaps he and his establishment handlers no longer need to maintain the conservative sovereignty facade because a full spectrum crisis is about to take place; a crisis so consuming that the public will be completely distracted while the elites push their agenda forward and blame conservatives at the same time.
The move against North Korea may be part of this event. By itself, North Korea would be a very cumbersome regional war that could bankrupt the U.S. The level of determination to increase tensions with North Korea is truly astounding. I have not seen such senseless rhetoric from the White House since the Iraq War.
However, I continue to believe that a greater crisis is brewing that is economic and global in nature. With numerous financial bubbles artificially inflated over at least eight years of central bank stimulus, the question is not “if” but when the system will enter the final stages of its ongoing collapse.
The behavior of the Trump administration may be nothing more than poor timing or poor planning on the part of the globalist establishment. Perhaps they just didn’t play this part of the long game in an expert manner. But, I tend towards caution rather than naive hope and unicorns.
The record setting flip-flop by Trump should not be taken lightly or simply treated as aimless schizophrenia on the part of the White House.  While the Obama administration flipped on numerous campaign promises, they did so subtly while maintaining their lies in a strategic way for two full terms. This is not what is happening today. Trump’s dramatic change, in my view, should be taken as a signal that a much greater game is afoot, with far higher stakes. It should also be treated as a sign that if a crisis is on the verge of being engineered, then it will be happening rather soon, perhaps before 2017 is over.
There will be ongoing arguments as to whether the Trump White House has been hijacked or if it was a controlled element all along. I lean towards the position that it was controlled all along. I have seen little to no resistance on the part of Trump against the establishment, only rhetoric. And, as I have said so many times, rhetoric is meaningless, only actions matter.
It is exceedingly positive in a way that Trump’s reversal has been so fast and so complete. It shows that conservatives and liberty champions have not been subsumed into the so called “alt-right” (a made up term designed to pigeonhole and demonize all true conservatives); that the elites failed miserably in their plans to co-opt us. That said, for every success there are consequences. It may be that our refusal to “buy into” the Trump momentum and cast off our skepticism has caused the establishment to adjust their timetable. And, when the elites do not get what they want, they tend to fall back on their tried and true tool kit of violence and disaster.
Brandon Smith

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11 thoughts on “The Real Reasons Why Trump Has Flipped On His Campaign Promises”

  1. I would have thought that President Trump appeared to flip flop when Deep State blew up the Atlanta Freeway & possibly threatened the lives of his children.
    The September financial deadline is in preparation for the World Economic Reset when all currencies are realigned to the new reserve currency.

  2. Australia, will “Soon” get its national bankl back I suggest USA do the same, You do “Have a MILITIA” Yea ??????

  3. Opinions are like…… well you know what they are like! All is not always as it appears. I prefer to keep and open mind through all the negativity.

    1. My take, also. The New Jew Order is a hazard, one since 1913. Supporters mistakenly believed that Trump could pull off being the Tooth Fairy, a President able to remove us from the criminal stranglehold on our currency. These people are not Old Testament Jews, and could be the Fake Jews referred to in Revelation. Believers must pray for the Lord’s intervention.

  4. I agree in all that you pointed out, it still is a what if moment and I for one hate it! TPTB control the actions of a few, but not the many. It will be our actions that make the difference. Trump is building our foundation back to it’s origins, the scum is being scooped off the surface of the swamp. We just need to pull that plug. Why Comey remains their gate keeper is my #1 red flag…for now. Your biggest point is that we must stay vigilant at all cost.

  5. The U. S. Has a “plug ‘n play” system since 1913.
    There is No Form of govt. called a Democracy, this is pure deception.
    “This Generation”(Vile in charge, in the Shadows), is a Seal/Sign.☺


  7. As a Trump supporter and voter I remain cautiously optimistic, though I am willing to hold to my principles so I am not cult worshiper of him. The author gives several explanations for what we see happening to justify Trumps “flip-flops”. I am still not convinced that he has “flip-flopped” on his major commitments or is simply a tool of the deep state. All along, I have attempted to moderate my expectations, partly because he is not the legislative branch, but also because he must give something to get something. (Not) labeling China currency manipulator is a case in point. I always saw his hard stance on China as a negotiating position from which he could back off once China started playing ball. That said, I’m disappointed in the Syria conflict thus far, but I am waiting to see what his long game is. I still remain hopeful that Trump meant what he said about restoring American sovereignty and fighting the deep state. Time will tell. Let’s not forget that he is just one man.

  8. Zionists were quite willing to sacrifice everyday Jews to the holocaust if it meant being able to create Israel. That was only the first part of the plan. ‘Greater Israel’ as prophesied in Torah/Talmud will ALWAYS be pursued by Israel. That means using the US Government and Military to expand borders in Middle East. Until they are completely expelled from all government the world is doomed – World War III will be the cover for the final repositioing of Israels borders – taking Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and expanding Saudi Border. There is no diplomacy no logic no reason that can convince Israel to act otherwise. THey only understand one thing – force. Might is Right to the Zionist Jew. It is after all his god given mandate to rule the Goyim for ‘their own good’

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