US: At the inauguration of Donald Trump in January 2017, the incoming President promised: “This American massacre stops here and stops now.” The speech, written on the part of right-wing white nationalist Steve Bannon, blamed Trump’s general audience for this havoc not only for Trump’s “crime and gangs and drugs,” but also poverty, loss of jobs, and an education system that many Americans Left behind.
Trump ran a campaign in 2016 that included some populist ventures promising that “all will be covered” by the health service under his chairmanship and that he would protect welfare programs such as Social Security and Medicare. Some pundits asserted, as expressed by Politico’s Michael Lind: “Is Donald Trump the Perfect Populist with a broader appeal of right and center than his predecessors in recent American political history?”
Of course, the answer was never in doubt. Donald Trump has lived his entire life as a separate member of America’s ruling class, using his inherited wealth to enrich his friends and business partners, bringing the labor of working people to live, For whom he never showed the tailoring of legitimate interest to help. Trump’s vision of politics had always remained at the goal of pure adoration for himself through any helter-scalar to gain power. His populism is more than his “few against statements” and genuine love for rhetoric and fast food.
Although he promised to give Americans much-needed help to cope with economic suffering, Trump instead spread a wave of mass death and sorrow over the poor and working people. Their empty promises and apathy to governance have made the chronic crises of poverty and unemployment worse. The lesson for Democrats, who will soon be handed over the reins of government, should be clear: false populism is a path to the political wilderness while making good pledges to fulfill Americans how to win and retain power.
Today, four years after Trump, there is a massacre everywhere. We only survived during the deadliest year in all the years of American history due in no small part to the President’s disqualification and refusal to respond to a severe epidemic that claimed over 375,000 victims and all our Influenced life. The economic impact of the crisis is nothing short of devastating. According to the New York Times, “At least 7.8 million people fell into poverty, the biggest drop in six decades; 85 million Americans say they have had trouble paying basic household expenses, including food and rent, ”while there are now nearly 10 million fewer jobs than in February when the epidemic first hit our shores.
And this week, we saw when the Republican Party witnessed the genocide carried out by anti-democracy forces inciting the President and many of his supporters – the U.S. A violent storm in the Capitol that killed at least five people. The rebellion is the latest expression of a sinister fringe in American politics that has provided some of the most fanatical support for Trump. Its followers run the gamut from QAnon’s followers, who believe the pedophile’s diabolical cabal runs the US government, the white supremacist Proud Boys, the state-statist militia whose political identity is defined by allegiance to the President.
While the chaos was aroused by those caught inside buildings overrun by Trump’s mob, the President himself appeared to be agitated, not to allow his vice president to remain in the election office instead of humiliating him Focused his attention on humiliating his vice president. His administration also reportedly dropped offers of more support from people like Maryland Village. In order to secure Larry Hogan’s capital, the mob allowed the spectacle to continue.
Outrage over President Trump’s direct role prompted many members of Congress to be removed from office immediately. But his actions should not surprise anyone. There are only expressions of “populism” provoking Trump’s ego to undermine democracy and infiltrate the government that was on offer from a megalith who never cared to be President in the first place.
Republicans who continue to carry water for Trump and still parrot the false accusation that the election was stolen “from him” should never be forgiven for their actions. A man alone cannot sow the level of discord that has left the country behind – this has only been possible because of the GOP establishment because it is supported at every step, no matter how absurd and dangerous.
Trump will leave soon, though it won’t be soon enough. But the potential successors of Trumpism are already shining, hoping to win over Ginni, who overtook the President. With a Democratic president, the House, and Senate, to establish control in the coming weeks, the Republican game’s plan would prevent the democratic party from opposing the allegedly unfair transition of power to blame and broadly for all the deeper “Left.” The problems left behind by the Trump administration were left behind that would continue to plague America.
The promise of Trumpism was always a lie. The President never planned to deal with the economic and social injustice plaguing working people for decades. He piled his administration with billionaires and corporate CEO Hal-Bent on blotting his divisions from the outset, with only the northern stars developing the judiciary’s stock market and a right-wing takeover.
Yet, as was the 2010 Tea Party wave, even one party as the GOP sounded deeply to the financial elite, as there could still be genuine outrage and anger at personal displeasure and electoral gains. Can use this indignation for After President Obama took office in 2009, Republicans attempted to give Democrats a tag of indifference to the party and workers of the Wall Street bailouts, even as the GOP opposed any progressive policies that favored corporate power Violations may occur. But Democrats reacted by working with dangerous timeliness, which helped reduce their future losses, not only in 2010 but in Obama’s two terms as President.
Tinder is already gathered for a right-wing backlash under President Biden. Millions of Americans are desperate and, without help, will seek an outlet to express that suffering. But that fate is not written in stone. Decision-making and inaction in positions of power are the results. They can quickly be abandoned in favor of bold governance in response to America’s working class’s majority imperative.
In contrast to the Republican’s vacant response to the American people in a state of emergency, incoming Senate Budget Committee Chairman Bernie Sanders said on CNN Thursday night, voicing this urge:
“We have to act and act now. And the first order of business, by the way, is to pass an emergency Kovid-19 bill that, among many other things, says to working Americans, we know you’re in pain, and we’ll get you one. $ 2,000 check for every working adult in this country. We are on your side. We are ready to take on big-money interests that have so much power. and if we don’t do that, the millions and millions of people who vote for Trump will continue to believe that the government does nothing, Nothing to them. And we have to change that approach, and the only way I know how to do that is to do the things people need us to do. ”
We have seen what happens when the US government leaves its people to starve, sink into debt and die in the midst of the worst crisis in a generation. And after Tuesday’s results in Georgia, where John Osoff and Rafael Warnock won a shock victory over their Republican rivals, we also saw that when Democrats lean into a class war message that invokes GOP hypocrisy and functioning. Promise people direct content support. As Natalie Shure wrote in response to the victory in Georgia, “Whether it is a $ 15 minimum wage, a green job program, or an expansion of healthcare, Democrats must seize the opportunity now and push for bold, progressive policies (And their constituents pressurize them to do so. However, they can), as the New Deal helped strengthen Democratic loyalty for a generation. ”
Trump may have left more genocide behind his idea than he had imagined a few years earlier. Undoing this – using the government as a vehicle to improve people’s lives through redistribution of wealth and power – is the only way to ensure that we don’t wind up with a future monster like Trump, Which is worse.
By: MILES KAMPF-LASSIN