Many of us, and not all of them are shills, are concerned about the fact that the House of Representatives now has a small Dem majority. Obviously, this isn't a good thing. But some are acting like the fucking world has ended and that this PROVES that Q is full of shit, that Trump is ineffective, and that Q lied to us when he said that everything was under control.
However, everything you think about this, every conclusion you've reached, depends on one very important assumption.
You're assuming that having a Dem majority in the House is not what POTUS/Q wanted and that it has thwarted their plan.
But is that true?
Have you ever heard Rush talk about how Trump likes to appear like David? He wants to appear like he's standing up to the media Goliath, standing up to the pressure, standing up against all kinds of forces arrayed against him. The more he's attacked, the more he's beseiged, the more popular he is, and therefore the more powerful.
What is the House going to do? OH MY GOD!!! They're going to have investigations!!! REEEEEEEEEE!!! But those investigations won't amount to much. It really just amounts to more fodder for the media. Purely political.
They're gonna impeach!!! REEEEEEEEE!!! You know what? They might. But ask Bill Clinton how effective that is. Ask the 90s GOP if they'd do it all over again if they could. The Senate won't approve. It'll backfire on them just as it did to the Republicans in the 90s.
Meanwhile, the Dems in the House are not united. Oh sure, Nancy will be Speaker, but some of the younger generation are not too happy about that. The Dems are divided because they all sense an opportunity. Could this situation be an opportunity for Trump?
Stop thinking of the Republican Party as the good guys. It's not true. Look at Mitt Romney. Look at Flake, Nameless, and so many others. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that there's any such thing as a friendly Dem, but there's definitely a very small number of actually trustworthy Republicans, and the party as a whole is certainly worthless. We HAD majorities and it really didn't accomplish much.
Were you hoping that Congress would be ruled by White Hats??? Really? That might have been too much to hope for. Were you hoping that a GOP-controlled Congress would be a White Hat-controlled Congress? Haven't you been paying attention the last 2 years? We had a GOP-controlled congress, and it was anything but run by White Hats.
No, the swamp isn't going to be drained that way. A GOP-controlled congress does not equal a drained swamp.
Maybe the Dems running the House is them having just enough rope to hang themselves. Maybe it's a way to make Trump look more beseiged with no teeth.
Who is telling you that the Dems in control of the House is a big deal, the MSM or Q? Q is the one who said the Senate was the key. Q is the one who said 53-47 when we still didn't know what it meant. The Senate approves POTUS appointments, judges and other appointees. That's how the swamp gets drained and refilled with friendlies.
Tell me, will a Dem-controlled House be able to stop arrests, military tribunals or anything of the sort? No.
I'm not saying I have all the answers or that I understand the strategy. However, I do think that it is [they] who want us to believe that [their] possession of the House is such a big deal. Remember, this helps [them] to claim a victory where a true victory doesn't exist. It fuels [their] narrative that of COURSE everyone hates Trump as much as they do.
"Look! Look! Look!" [they] say. "WE WON THE HOUSE!!! TRUMP IS FINISHED!!! HE'S GOING DOWN!!! REEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!"
But we need to see the Democrat's victory in the House as small, petty, empty, and meaningless. It doesn't mean what they think it means.
These people are stupid. Let's not buy into their stupidity. Stay calm.