The June 19 Opinions page was an interesting, well-coordinated assault on President Donald Trump.
Kudos to the three Kentucky globalists who did some well-written articles bordering on fantasy, or is that narrative? A whole page of calamities and disasters with the implication that Trump must be removed would lead us all to think that unemployment could not possibly be down, the stock market will crash this afternoon, NATO countries will be overrun tomorrow by Russia and Iran will drop a bomb on us because they have billions of our dollars with which to do it.
There has been nothing but turmoil in the Middle East for the past eight years. Europe is inundated with immigrants the governments cannot afford to keep on welfare, and much of that is attributed to the Obama administration’s failed policies and aggressive moves in Libya and Syria. The Iranians have not been locked into making peace instead of nukes.
One of the three writers, University of Kentucky diplomacy professor John Stempel, said that the American political class is “trying to decide what to do.” If this political ruling class can set aside its arrogance and disdain for the other 99 percent of us, it would spare this country millions of lives and total destruction of the greatest country that ever existed.