It seems as though there is no corner of our great nation safe from the “resistance” to the presidency of Donald Trump.
This is simply the absurdist, obstructionist reality that we live in. Protest for the sake of cultural “points” has replaced educated debate, and hysteria has replaced civil discussion in 2018. The left is opposed to every single movement the President makes simply because he wasn’t their choice. His merits are being wholly ignored, and his achievements undermined, simply because his name is not Hillary Clinton.
America is undoubtedly suffering, at least culturally, because of this ugly attitude being fostered and fed by the radical left.
One of the most worrisome aspects of the “resistance” seems to be that the supposed “cooler heads” at the top of the democratic food chain seem to have no interest in quelling the masses either. Instead, they lead their riotous mobs by example, taking on President Trump in unprecedented ways as of late.
Take John Kerry, for example. The former Secretary of State and failed presidential candidate has now admitted to going behind the nation’s back and acting as a “rogue diplomat” against the direct intentions of the American President and his administration.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry disclosed that he has been conducting rogue diplomacy with top Iranian officials to salvage the landmark nuclear deal and push the Islamic Republic to negotiate its contested missile program, according to recent remarks.
Kerry, in an interview with radio host Hugh Hewitt to promote his new book, said that he has met with Iranian Former Minister Javad Zarif—the former secretary’s onetime negotiating partner—three or four times in recent months behind the Trump administration’s back.
“I think I’ve seen him three or four times,” Kerry said, adding that he has been conducting sensitive diplomacy without the current administration’s authorization. Kerry said he has criticized the current administration in these discussions, chiding it for not pursuing negotiations from Iran, despite the country’s fevered rhetoric about the U.S. president.
But we’re not supposed to believe in things like the “Deep State” or the “Swamp”? Give me a break.