Can Trump Win the Presidency?
None of our problems, however, are going to be truly solved by a "new political administration." America crossed the Rubicon of political sanity long ago, and is now going to crash horrendously because of the fallacies of Keynesianism and social welfarism, either slowly over the next two decades, or suddenly in a gigantic collapse of banking that takes only a couple of years to unfold.
All Trump can do is buy some time by restoring productivity to the economy, along with sanity to immigration, trade and foreign policy, which would give us a chance to educate some of the powerful intelligentsia prior to the inevitable economic crash that is coming. Then after the crash when we are climbing out, perhaps we can guide America back toward the Founders' ideal, rather than toward the globalist vision of today's collectivist establishment. So there is no alternative to Trump if we wish to have any chance of directing the country back to freedom after the coming collapse of the economy and everything tied to it.
For example, Trump was not advocating assassination in a recent speech. Anyone who is intelligent realizes that. Yet MSM hopped all over his Second Amendment terminology to try and intimate that he was.
Can All this Smearing Be Circumvented?
The two visions couldn't be more starkly opposed. Hillary will plunge America into European socialism and all its tyrannical misery. This is the iron law of ideology. Once it takes over one's mind (and socialism took over Hillary in her early twenties), there is no escape from its hold over you even when it shows itself as catastrophic and nefarious. Hillary is a mindless tool of the socialist ideology, and she will employ it to destroy America if the people are stupid enough to vote her in.
How will Trump overcome this? Hammer home his vision on 1) restoring jobs and economic growth via lower taxes and regulations, 2) closing our open borders, 3) cutting better trade deals, 4) ending imperialistic foreign policy, and 5) appointing conservative judges to the Supreme Court. Point out the profound specifics where his vision differs dramatically from Hillary's on these five points. Shame the quisling RINOs with the fact that if they support Hillary, they will be dooming America to destruction. They know this; they just have to be reminded of it repeatedly between now and November.
If Trump will also continue to call attention to the criminality of Hillary, then this is all he needs to do to win. Emphasize the above five policy proposals and remind the people repeatedly that they will be putting a Bernie Madoff / Leona Helmsley clone into the White House by voting for Hillary. If he sticks to this format, he will overpower her. She stands directly opposed to the above five policy proposals, yet a definite majority of the people have indicated that they support them.
Many voters are unsophisticated when it comes to politics, but most of them do understand the basics of political taxation and regulation and its stultification of jobs and economic growth. They also understand the basics of political corruptions such as "pay for play," which the Clinton Foundation is waist deep in.
Many blue-collar Democrats will cross over and pull the lever for Trump, even though most of them are presently telling the pollsters that they support Hillary because that's what good Democrats do. But when the time comes to act in the privacy of the voting booth, they will "do the right thing." They will pull the lever for Trump because they know down deep that Hillary is just an extension of Obama and would further destroy America. This is why all the polls are such garbage. They paint a false picture of what is really banging around in the voters' heads, and which will manifest only on Election Day.
The only hitch in the above scenario unfolding is Trump. Can he get on message and stay on it, refraining from all the flamboyant statements that get him in hot water with the MSM? If he can do this, then MSM will have no kerosene to build their destructive fires with, and the overwhelming logic of Trump's Reaganesque economic plan will dominate the minds of blue-collar Democrats, independents, and RINOs on Election Day. This will compel them to "do the right thing." A 4-point deficit in the pre-election polls will turn into a 4-point surplus on the day of voting.