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British Rock Legend Has Ugly Opinion of How To Deal with The Donald

One of the most infuriating parts about supporting President Donald Trump in America is that the entire world seems to be completely caught up in the drama that the U.S. democrats thrive on.

It’s understandable, certainly:  Donald Trump is no ordinary President, with no ordinary agenda, and the world is a little on edge.  With Barack Obama, things were sure to go predictably progressive, and while that is certainly not ideal for the betterment of the human race, it’s at least something that the democrats tend to telegraph well enough in advance.

Americans, being the freedom-centric people that we are, tend to not respond all that well to international criticism…at least on the right.  Sure, Obama and his cronies are happy to bow before foreign leaders, collude with the Russians on clandestine uranium deals, and prop up the globalism-based European Union, but the rest of us are extremely happy to be living in the here and now of America.

So when an aging British rock star known for his drug use chimes in on “getting rid” of our President, (with all the subtlety of Rocky Balboa), we tend to get a little miffed.

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Guitarist Keith Richards told the far-left BBC that in 1989 he was so determined to “get rid of” Donald Trump, he pulled a knife on him.

Although Trump was not in the room at the time, Richards’ desire to “get rid of this man” was the motive, but only within the context of a concert promoter.

Nearly 30 years ago, during the Rolling Stones nationwide “Steel Wheels” tour (I still have the t-shirt), the band arrived for their shows in Atlantic City and, according to Richards, found “Donald Trump presents” in huge letters and the band’s name below in much smaller type.

Trump was the band’s official promoter in Atlantic City.

I got out my trusty blade, stuck it in the table and said: ‘You have to get rid of this man!’”

Richards joked, “Now America has to get rid of him. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!”

And while the frazzled and elderly rock and roller may have been “joking”, the humor is certainly lost on an American populace who have witnessed a plethora of physical threats against our President over the course of the last year-plus.

Not only do we have the horrendous incidents with Kathy Griffin and Snoop Dogg to examine, but the mainstream media has been wildly unwilling to report on at least one legitimate assassination attempt against Donald Trump.

 

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