My Advice to the President, Just Keep Working (and tweeting)

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My Advice to the President, Just Keep Working (and tweeting)

We have reached an inter­est­ing point in the polit­i­cal life of Amer­ica, a point where, to the elites of our cul­ture, actual real­ity takes a back seat to a desired narrative.

The elec­tion of Don­ald Trump, a man will­ing to not only speak plainly, but flu­ent in the tac­tics of social media and the left has set them in an incred­i­ble tizzy and his will­ing­ness to embrace reli­gious Amer­i­cans who are the back­bone of those who voted him in and made them even angrier.

Thus not only are the sup­posed “evils” of Trump the only nar­ra­tive in town, but basic decency from Assas­si­na­tion chic to phys­i­cal vio­lence is either ignored or min­i­mized within these cir­cles (at least as long as it doesn’t’ cost them money as Delta Air­lines demonstrated).

Given this atmos­phere and given the rat­ing and prof­its avail­able for net­works in the Trump obses­sion with their niche mar­ket there are two things I advise the pres­i­dent to do.

  1. Keep work­ing
  2. Keep Tweet­ing

Piece of Advice #1 is the most impor­tant thing. While there is a lot of noise being gen­er­ated by the armies of the left the real­ity is most amer­i­cans have become deaf to it. The best exam­ple of this came from of all places a screen­ing of Won­der Woman at Alamo the­atres. All over the inter­net there was out­rage over Stephen Green’s buy­ing a ticket to a “woman’s only” show­ing of Won­der Woman but when he actu­ally showed up nobody in the the­atre cared. Peo­ple who have real life to live tend to do it and if this admin­is­tra­tion con­tin­ues its actions to improve the econ­omy, les­son reg­u­la­tions and cre­ate jobs and con­tinue to fight to pro­tect us from our ene­mies the peo­ple who actu­ally work for a liv­ing will care less what the media and their pals in acad­e­mia or Hol­ly­wood think.

Piece of Advice #2 might seem coun­ter­in­tu­itive but it does three vital things.

a. It forces the media to react to what­ever you choose to say

b. It allows you to pro­mote sto­ries they want to bury

c. It gives you a direct con­duit out­side of the media to the voters

All of these are things that give the left fits and tend to cause them to react in ways that turn off any­one not already drink­ing the #nev­ertrump koolaid.

So while there are pit­falls you will still need to avoid I strongly sus­pect that if you fol­low these two rules as the basis for your actions I sus­pect that bar­ring mas­sive voter fraud (which you should also watch out for) Your elec­toral mar­gin in the 2020 elec­toral col­lege will be even larger than the last time.

No charge.

We have reached an interesting point in the political life of America, a point where, to the elites of our culture,  actual reality takes a back seat to a desired narrative.

The election of Donald Trump, a man willing to not only speak plainly, but fluent in the tactics of social media and the left has set them in an incredible tizzy and his willingness to embrace religious Americans who are the backbone of those who voted him in and made them even angrier.

Thus not only are the supposed “evils” of Trump the only narrative in town, but basic decency from Assassination chic to physical violence is either ignored or minimized within these circles (at least as long as it doesn’t’ cost them money as Delta Airlines demonstrated).

Given this atmosphere and given the rating and profits available for networks in the Trump obsession with their niche market there are two things I advise the president to do.

  1. Keep working
  2. Keep Tweeting

Piece of Advice #1 is the most important thing.  While there is a lot of noise being generated by the armies of the left the reality is most americans have become deaf to it.  The best example of this came from of all places a screening of Wonder Woman at Alamo theatres.  All over the internet there was outrage over Stephen Green’s buying a ticket to a “woman’s only” showing of Wonder Woman but when he actually showed up nobody in the theatre cared.  People who have real life to live tend to do it and if this administration continues its actions to improve the economy, lesson regulations and create jobs and continue to fight to protect us from our enemies the people who actually work for a living will care less what the media and their pals in academia or Hollywood think.

Piece of Advice #2 might seem counterintuitive but it does three vital things.

a.  It forces the media to react to whatever you choose to say

b.  It allows you to promote stories they want to bury

c.  It gives you a direct conduit outside of the media to the voters

All of these are things that give the left fits and tend to cause them to react in ways that turn off anyone not already drinking the #nevertrump koolaid.

So while there are pitfalls you will still need to avoid I strongly suspect that if you follow these two rules as the basis for your actions I suspect that barring massive voter fraud (which you should also watch out for) Your electoral margin in the 2020 electoral college will be even larger than the last time.

No charge.