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ELECTION 2016
Voting Rights for Women Should Be Revoked According to How They Obtain Their Birth Control, Says Author of ‘Handbook for the Trump Revolution’
Root’s book was blurbed by Trump and features a foreword by campaign adviser Roger Stone.
By Adele M. Stan / AlterNet September 2, 2016
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When Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump needs an emcee for a rally in Nevada, he turns to radio personality Wayne Allyn Root, author of the recently published book Angry White Male: How the Donald Trump Phenomenon is Changing America—and What We Can All Do to Save the Middle Class, who has graced the podium of at least three Trump events in the Battle Born State. On Monday, reports Right Wing Watch, Root called for the disenfranchisement of broad swaths of the electorate, notably anyone on Medicaid, or who receives food assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), or who gets prescription contraception via the no-copay feature of the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare.

As I write this, the Trump campaign had yet to repudiate Root’s proposed unconstitutional rollback of voting rights. Yet the book jacket of Angry White Male features a blurb from the candidate himself, and a foreword by campaign adviser and dirty-trickster Roger Stone, who seems responsible for those elements of Trump campaign messaging drawn from and disseminated in the right’s fever swamps. Stone’s function in the Trump campaign appears to be to facilitate the nominee’s alliances with conspiracy theorists such as 9/11-truther Alex Jones and Root, who complements Trump’s birtherism with a companion false narrative that Obama never attended Columbia University. (Apparently, there is no long-form diploma.) During the 2014 midterm election cycle, Root labeled Obama “a Manchurian candidate” who Root said was seeking to foment a race war.

Now, Root has entered a new phase, deciding who should and shouldn’t be allowed to vote. In an error-filled rant flogging his new Trump book with Virginia radio host Rob Schilling on August 29 (flagged by RWW’s Miranda Blue), Root said of the competition faced by those of his ideological persuasion: “[I]f the people who paid the taxes were the only ones allowed to vote, we’d have landslide victories.” He continued:

"People with conflict of interest shouldn’t be allowed to vote. If you collect welfare, you have no right to vote. The day you get off welfare, you get your voting rights back. The reality is, why are you allowed to have this conflict of interest that you vote for the politician who wants to keep your welfare checks coming and your food stamps and your aid to dependent children and your free health care and your Medicaid, your Medicare and your Social Security and everything else?"

Then Root appeared to catch himself, perhaps realizing that a sizable number of Trump supporters—perhaps as much as one-third—are on Medicare and Social Security. So he “amended” his statement, according to Blue, saying:

"Social Security should not, Medicare should not [disqualify you from voting], because you paid into the system. But all the other stuff, all the other goodies, free Obama phones, free contraception, you know what, you can get them but you shouldn’t be allowed to vote; it’s a conflict of interest. Take that away, we’d win every single election in this country."


The point Root was apparently attempting to make was that anybody on government assistance should not have the right to vote. But even in that noxious formulation, the inclusion of women who obtain prescription contraception via Obamacare without paying a copay would appear to be a special punishment, since the women themselves pay for that prescription via their insurance premiums.

The federal program he appears to reference called Aid to Families with Dependent Children hasn’t existed for 20 years. (The program that replaced it, Temporary Aid to Needy Families, almost never provides direct financial assistance, depending on how individual states administer the program.) Oh, and that “free Obama phone”? No such thing. Never existed.

But in Trump World, facts don’t matter. All that matters is the resentment piled up by a certain portion of the white electorate whose members feel threatened by societal changes such as civil rights law and the empowerment of women. Perhaps presaging his patron’s potential failure at the polls in November, Root is obviously trying to do his part to set the false narrative that, should Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton win in November, it will be because the system was somehow rigged against Trump in favor of the candidate of non-white people (never mind that most people on government assistance are white) and licentious women.

In his book-jacket praise for Root, Trump writes: "Wayne Allyn Root knows how to be tenacious and relentless." But the real riches for Root, aside from the Trump branding he was so generously provided, are in Stone’s foreword, where, in the first sentence the campaign adviser describes Angry White Male as the "Handbook for the Trump Revolution.” Stone goes on:

Now, in Angry White Male, Root provides a manifesto for Donald Trump’s silent majority, and outlines how immigrants and non-Americans flood here by the millions to sign up for America’s generous taxpayer-financed welfare state.

But don’t hold your breath waiting for Trump or his spokespeople to condemn Root or to take any responsibility for the utterances of the author of a book with Trump’s name in the title and Trump’s blurb on the publisher’s praise page. He’s Trump’s Number One fan.

Adele M. Stan is AlterNet's senior Washington editor, and a weekly columnist for The American Prospect. Follow her on Twitter @addiestan.

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http://www.desmogblog.com/2016/09/06...ccess-pipeline
Company Led by Donald Trump's Energy Aide Says Its Oil Will Flow Through Dakota Access Pipeline
By Steve Horn • Tuesday, September 6, 2016 - 11:47


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Continental Resources — the company founded and led by CEO Harold Hamm, energy adviser to Donald Trump's presidential campaign and potential U.S. Secretary of Energy under a Trump presidency — has announced to investors that oil it obtains via hydraulic fracturing (“fracking”) from North Dakota's Bakken Shale basin is destined for transport through the hotly-contested Dakota Access pipeline.

The company's 37-page September 2016 Investor Update presentation walks investors in the publicly-traded company through various capital expenditure and profit-margin earning scenarios. It also features five slides on the Bakken Shale, with the fifth one named “CLR Bakken Differentials Decreasing Through Increased Pipeline Capacity” honing in on Dakota Access, ETCOP and how the interconnected lines relate to Continental's marketing plans going forward.

In a section of that slide titled, “Bakken Takeaway Capacity” a bar graph points out that the opening of Dakota Access would allow more barrels of Continental's Bakken fracked oil to flow through pipelines.

Dakota Access is slated to carry the fracked Bakken oil across South Dakota, Iowa and into Patoka, Illinois. From there, it will connect to the company's Energy Transfer Crude Oil Pipeline (ETCOP) line, which terminates in Nederland, Texas at the Sunoco Logistics-owned refinery.

From Keystone XL to Dakota Access

Previously, Harold Hamm was as an outspoken supporter of TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline, deploying the lobbying group he founded named the Domestic Energy Producers Alliance to advocate for KXL and a Bakken on-ramp which would connect to it. Once he realized the northern leg was doomed politically, Hamm began singing a different tune on Keystone.

“We’re supporting other pipelines out there, we’re not waiting on Keystone. Nobody is,” Hamm, also an energy adviser to Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign, told Politico in November 2014. “That thing … needed action on it six years ago. I just think it’s too late and we need to move on.”

One of those 'other pipelines' Hamm appears to have taken an interest in is Dakota Access (DAPL). Although to date, neither Hamm nor Trump have commented publicly on the DAPL project. Continental Resources told DeSmog that it does not comment on pipeline shipping contracts.

As The Intercept's Lee Fang pointed out in a recent article, some oil from Dakota Access could feed export markets, despite Energy Transfer's claims in a presentation that it will feature “100% Domestic produced crude” that “supports 100% domestic consumption.”

Hamm's Domestic Energy Producers Alliance, as revealed in a December 2015 DeSmog investigation, led the successful public relations and lobbying campaign charge for lifting the crude oil export ban.

The battle over the fate of Dakota Access has pitted Native American Tribes, environmentalists and libertarian private property rights supporters against Energy Transfer Partners and state- and federal-level agencies which have permitted the project.

The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe awaits a decision by a Judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in its lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, set for September 9.

“Hamm is an oil profiteer exploiting the health of the water, farmland, and communities in the Dakotas and all downstream,” Angie Carter of the Women, Food and Agriculture Network — one of the over 30 groups comprising the Iowa-based Bakken Pipeline Resistance Coalition — told DeSmog. “In Iowa, we've called upon both Trump and Clinton to speak out against the pipeline.”

Like Trump, Clinton has yet to comment on the pipeline.

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US election: Trump pledges big US military expansion
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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said he will expand all areas of the US military if he wins November's election.
Mr Trump called for more troops, more planes and more boats at a rally in Philadelphia.
He also wants US generals to come up with a plan to defeat the self-styled Islamic State (IS) in his first 30 days in the White House.
Recent polls show the race for the presidency has narrowed.
Democrats and even some Republicans have painted Mr Trump as unfit to serve as US commander-in-chief but he has made up some ground on rival Hillary Clinton.
In his speech he called his vision for the US military "peace through strength".
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It was back to the future for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump who in delivering his national security speech often sounded more like Ronald Reagan than the outsider who spent much of his primary campaign railing against his party's foreign policy elite.
Mr Trump even cribbed one the former president's favourite phrases, "peace through strength", when explaining why he was in favour of across-the-board increases in US military spending.
There were flashes of the old Donald Trump, of course - such as when he railed against nation-building and military entanglements in the Middle East. Those lines were as much a criticism of Republican former President George W Bush and his neo-conservative advisers as President Barack Obama and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. (Never mind the fact that Mr Trump did, in fact, support the Iraq War and military intervention in Libya.)
For the most part, however, Mr Trump's speech was one that the conservative establishment could embrace. Reagan made appeals to the military and security-minded voters a key part of his winning electoral strategy in the 1980s. It appears Mr Trump is betting that he can do the same.
"I am proposing a new foreign policy focused on advancing America's core national interests, promoting regional stability, and producing an easing of tensions in the world. This will require rethinking the failed policies," he said.
"Our adversaries are chomping at the bit," he added.
Mr Trump said his plan would be paid for by cutting government waste, collecting uncollected taxes and slimming down the federal workforce.
He also called for US Nato allies to meet their obligations to spend 2% of national income on defence.
Earlier this week, Mr Trump was endorsed by 88 former military leaders in an open letter, who declared the Republican nominee "has the temperament to be commander-in-chief".
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That Mr Trump says he will ask US military leaders how to defeat IS appears to be a change of approach. Here is what he said previously:
"I know more about Isis (Islamic State) than the generals do. Believe me" - at a rally in November 2015
"I have a great plan. It's going to be great. They ask: 'What is it?' Well, I'd rather not say. I'd rather be unpredictable" - on his strategy for defeating IS in April this year
US generals "don't know much because they're not winning" - to CBS in June
"Immediately after taking office, I will ask my generals to present to me a plan within 30 days to defeat and destroy Isis" - his comments on Wednesday
Both Mr Trump and Mrs Clinton will take part back-to-back in a national security forum on Wednesday.
The forum, to be hosted by the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, will include questions from an audience of military service members.
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Rival Hillary Clinton says American voters see Mr Trump as a danger
During his speech Mr Trump attacked Mrs Clinton as "trigger-happy and very unstable".
But on Tuesday Mrs Clinton said US voters "know they can count on me to be the kind of commander-in-chief who will protect our country and our troops, and they know they cannot count on Donald Trump".
She added: "They view him as a danger and a risk.''
Despite making support for the military a signature issue in his campaign, Mr Trump has at various times drawn criticism from military members.
Most notably, he was involved in a spat with family members of a Muslim-American soldier killed during the Iraq War.
Some veterans and families of military members killed in action protested outside Trump Tower in New York on Wednesday

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I wonder if this is another double-bind like the Bush/Kerry Skull & Bones "race." Could it be this time it is the Epstein/Trump/Clinton sex abuse ring that wins either way? That story on Epstein's butler will not go away in my mind. He is supposed to have obtained Epstein's "little black book," calling it the Holy Grail of uncovering the sex abuse ring. Of course he had contact information for Trump and the Clintons.

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Icke has been right about most things, but I'm not sure whether he's right about Trump. He says he's establishment playing the left/right thing, but the establishment, both through the republicans and democrats have tried, and failed to stop him.
People keep saying that ("repeaters"), but it's blatantly untrue. On what planet are Newt Gingrich, Rudy Guliani, & key architect of PNAC & the War on Terror himself, John Bolton, not part of the establishment? All 3 have been actively cheerleading for Trump from the beginning, & Rupert Murdoch gave them plenty of airtime to do it.

On what planet is Rupert Murdoch not establishment? Seriously!?

Establishment figures like Jeff Sessions, Marco Rubio, & Rick Scott are also actively campaigning for him. Guys like Rick Perry, Eric Cantor, Rick Santorum, George P. Bush, & several other big establishment names have formally endorsed him. Many others have said they will support him, from Dick Cheney to John Boehner to Mitch McConnell.

He also has a ton of support from many of the top dogs on Wall Street, including a Director at the Council on Foreign Relations, John Paulson. Not to mention Trump has expressed his support for the CFR President Richard Haass, where he "gets foreign policy advice".

On what planet is the Council on Foreign Relations not part of the establishment? Last time I checked the CFR was at the core of the NWO power structure.

I won't even get started on the Council on National Policy, the true power of the Republican Party, saying they wanted an "anti-establishment" candidate (emphasis on the quotes) after meeting with him last year.

On what planet are all the Goldman Sachs alumni he's surrounding himself with not part of the establishment?

The Never Trump movement is a fringe minority if we're honest. The mainstream media has created the narrative that the establishment is against him, but there is very little substance to it. Then Alex Jones sells it.

It's like he says so & everyone assumes they don't need to look into it themselves.

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He says some good things about the American economy and immigration, but the real change he's talking about is building up the world's already biggest military, bringing back the Patriot Act, encouraging Israeli territorial expansion, increasing NSA spying, bringing back torture, reviving the Iraq war, & expanding it to Iran... all issues he criticizes Obama for being "weak" on.

That's the "change" he represents. On these issues, he's even more pro-NWO than Obama is.
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I suspect David may also have adjusted his position , no more attacks on trump in 'headlines', only on clinton.
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David Icke explain how Donald Trump is not the answer, and denounces the behaviour of certain alternative media
https://www.davidicke.com/article/38...september-2016

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great interview, this should actually be made a sticky.

Mandatory watching IMO. Icke calling it as it is, basically saying what a bunch of us having been saying for half a year.

He doesn't call out anybody in the alt media by name, but it is clear he is talking about Alex Jones and Infowars.

He calls out Trump as a divider and the Trump supporters in the alt media as Islamophobes, haters and dividers serving the elite agenda.

He calls them no more than Fox News. What I have been saying for a long time.

I like how he talks about humans questioning their identity and transcending the 5 senses. I know he isn't the most religious guy but this is essentially what Christ speaks of in the Bible. Transcending the physical and moving into the spiritual world.
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Kappy, Alfredo, and I have been laying out the facts about Trump but people will always ignore it all.

I am posting transcript of a recent Tim Wise interview where he breaks down a large base of supporters for Trump in a very concise manner.

He is basically talking about the Republican "Southern Strategy" which began under Nixon and has continued since.

" We always knew there was a market for white resentment. A quarter century later I think that market has become much more lucrative in the sense that the kinds of things David Duke was saying a quarter century ago are now mainstream. Whats happened is that duke pushed the Republican party to the right and shortly after he did that in 1992 when Buchanan ran for president, Pat buchanan famously wrote an op ed which said we should steal from David Duke's winning playbook, and when he said we he meant the Republican party. We should steal from David Dukes winning playbook of ideas. Basically he was saying we should be the Klan without the robes, we should be the nazis without the swastikas. If we do that we are sure to win. As much as I hate to credit Buchanan with the impression of seeing the future, the reality is he knew that there was this base of white anxiety, white resentment, white anger that people like himself, or david duke, and now Donald Trump could play to and I think its a formula that they've been playing for a very very long time. I think the democratic party has not taken seriously enough, they haven't understood throughout that whole period the way that racial resentment and racial anxiety is what motivates these people thats why they still keep believing that if they just present the facts on the defecit or taxes or whatever the hell that its just gonna convince these people or if they just prove that donald trump is a liar about his support for the iraq war that somehow thats gonna matter and the reality is that none of Trumps people give a shit about the iraq war, they dont give a shit about trade policy , they dont give a shit about NAFTA, they dont know anything about NAFTA what they give a shit about is those brown people who they are convinced have taken their jobs it is all about racial resentment, and entirely about racial resentment, and anybody who believes its about anything else is delusional"


"there are some people out there because of their fragile masculinity, and fragile sense of whiteness believe that oh i just cant say what i wanna say anymore. Well of course thats bullshit people can say whatever they wanna say we dont line you up against the wall and shoot people for being a bigot, but the fact is if you say bigoted crazy misognistic racist shit we have the right to call you a crazy bigoted misoginistic racist. if you complain about being labeled the very thing that your own words convince us that you are you dont really have ground to stand on thats sort of where Trump is hes taking people that are already convinced that their voice has been silenced by pluralism , that their voice has been silenced because its not the only voice we hear anymore and convincing them that they are now the victims of people of colour and women."


"If it were really a working class issue as opposed to race or gender, then you would expect black or latino folks who are working class, in much greater percentages I should point out than white folks, you would expect them to be flocking to Donald Trump, and of course they dont. By the same token if the hostillity towards Hillary Clinton were simply an issue of misogyny or patriarchy you would expect that black and latino men would be just as hostile to her and supportive of Trump, as white men and yet the data is clear, its pretty much white men are the base for Donald Trump so when we talk about gender and sex issues there is a particular fragile white masculinity that is at the root of Trumps movement, its this notion that we used to run shit and now we have to share shit and that's not okay. Its basically an idea of we used to have hegemonic dominance and now we just have to be one among many and were not okay with that."


"what continues to push forward this reactionary right wing agenda is a white male middle and above class christian hegemonic notion of what America is, because if we can make that point clear that that;s what these folks mean when they say Make america great again, well you know that america wasn't so great for most americans if we can make that point clear I think the Donald Trumps of the world are done, we need to make that clear and rally people behind a very different much more pluralistic understanding of what american could be."
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Kappy, Alfredo, and I have been laying out the facts about Trump but people will always ignore it all.

I am posting transcript of a recent Tim Wise interview where he breaks down a large base of supporters for Trump in a very concise manner.

He is basically talking about the Republican "Southern Strategy" which began under Nixon and has continued since.

" We always knew there was a market for white resentment. A quarter century later I think that market has become much more lucrative in the sense that the kinds of things David Duke was saying a quarter century ago are now mainstream. Whats happened is that duke pushed the Republican party to the right and shortly after he did that in 1992 when Buchanan ran for president, Pat buchanan famously wrote an op ed which said we should steal from David Duke's winning playbook, and when he said we he meant the Republican party. We should steal from David Dukes winning playbook of ideas. Basically he was saying we should be the Klan without the robes, we should be the nazis without the swastikas. If we do that we are sure to win. As much as I hate to credit Buchanan with the impression of seeing the future, the reality is he knew that there was this base of white anxiety, white resentment, white anger that people like himself, or david duke, and now Donald Trump could play to and I think its a formula that they've been playing for a very very long time. I think the democratic party has not taken seriously enough, they haven't understood throughout that whole period the way that racial resentment and racial anxiety is what motivates these people thats why they still keep believing that if they just present the facts on the defecit or taxes or whatever the hell that its just gonna convince these people or if they just prove that donald trump is a liar about his support for the iraq war that somehow thats gonna matter and the reality is that none of Trumps people give a shit about the iraq war, they dont give a shit about trade policy , they dont give a shit about NAFTA, they dont know anything about NAFTA what they give a shit about is those brown people who they are convinced have taken their jobs it is all about racial resentment, and entirely about racial resentment, and anybody who believes its about anything else is delusional"
What that Tim Wise does not tell people is that when Nixon was President David Duke was in the Democrat Party and he ran as a Presidential candidate for the Democrats in 1988. The guy is full of shit, he gets paid to stir up racial resentment.
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The people on this site have become so distrusting of everything, that they can't even see good people anymore, when it's right in front of them.

Trump is a good guy.
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What that Tim Wise does not tell people is that when Nixon was President David Duke was in the Democrat Party and he ran as a Presidential candidate for the Democrats in 1988. The guy is full of shit, he gets paid to stir up racial resentment.
I don't know why u right wing folk keep bringing up the "democrat" kkk thing. It's common knowledge that the racists in the Democratic party switched to the Republicans. This isn't some secret.

As for Tim Wise stirring up racial resentment. No that is exactly what Trump is doing and what his whole campaign has been about. That's what Tim Wise is saying.

Why do racists always like to project and blame those exposing racism for being racists. It's completely Orwellian.
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The people on this site have become so distrusting of everything, that they can't even see good people anymore, when it's right in front of them.

Trump is a good guy.
The man who this site represents thinks Trump is a fool and a fraud. Serving the elites like all other politicians.

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Trump is a good guy.
Its the other way around, weve always been distrusting of fake politricks.

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I don't know why u right wing folk keep bringing up the "democrat" kkk thing. It's common knowledge that the racists in the Democratic party switched to the Republicans. This isn't some secret.

As for Tim Wise stirring up racial resentment. No that is exactly what Trump is doing and what his whole campaign has been about. That's what Tim Wise is saying.

Why do racists always like to project and blame those exposing racism for being racists. It's completely Orwellian.
Wise is a professional race baiter, thats his job, he gets paid very well for it. He is Jewish and in his own words can''t wait for the end of the white race. Can't you see the irony, a swindler like that calling other people racist.
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Old 10-09-2016, 12:01 AM   #38
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Wise is a professional race baiter, thats his job, he gets paid very well for it. He is Jewish and in his own words can''t wait for the end of the white race. Can't you see the irony, a swindler like that calling other people racist.
Sorry but I don't see any race baiting on Wises behalf.

The race baiting is the guy who says Mexicans are criminals and rapists, the guy who retweeted fake black crime statistics from a white supremacist, the guy who says Islam hates us, and wants to ban Muslims from entering the country.

THAT IS THE DEFINITION OF RACE BAITING.

Where did Tim Wise say he can't wait for the white race to end? Link ? I highly doubt that considering he is white himself. And don't give me your Jewish race nazi Bullshit, he's a fucking white guy.

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More links for Donald Trump to the COUNCIL FOR NATIONAL POLICY. I brought some of these many links up before but here we see that the CNP is still very much behind and influencing Trump.

Yesterday on CNN , CNP director Tony Perkins was promoting Trump. Recently when Trump went to Louisiana he visited and donated $100,000 to the Greenwell Springs baptist church $100,000 headed by Tony Perkins.

I found out that the former Director of the DIA General Michael T. Flynn who was speculated to be one of Trumps vice presidential nominees before he eventually chose Mike Pence, spoke at the Council for National Policy in July of 2016. You can find this out by checking the CNP website.

Flynn has been out promoting Trump and spoke at the Republican convention

He wrote a book "How we can win the global war against Radical Islam and its Allies" He says hes combatting the notion that US is not fighting a war against Radical Islam.

So clearly Flynn along with the far right radical Christian think tank CNP believe in the "Clash of Civilizations"

here is a quote of his below.

“This administration has forbidden us to describe our enemies properly and clearly: they are Radical Islamists,” Flynn writes. “They are not alone, and are allied with countries and groups who, though not religious fanatics, share their hatred of the West, particularly the United States and Israel. Those allies include North Korea, Russia, China, Cuba, and Venezuela.”“Let’s face it: right now we’re losing, and I’m talking about a very big war, not just Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan,” Flynn goes on to write. “We’re in a world war against a messianic mass movement of evil people, most of them inspired by a totalitarian ideology: Radical Islam. But we are not permitted to speak or write those two words, which is potentially fatal to our culture.”

Today Trump also spoke at Phyllis Shaffley's funeral today, and she was also a well known member of the CNP.

The CNP is still running things on the rightwing side of the spectrum and are clearly still the power behind Donald Trump.
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The argument about voting rights is stupid. People who work are going to be biased toward whomever they think will deliver the biggest tax cuts. It this 'Root' person related to the Root Corporation that does a lot of business with Halliburton and Kellogg (KBR)?
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