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Trump “Candidacy”: What It Seems, What It Means

November 16, 2022—Last night President Donald J. Trump declared his candidacy for Presidency of the United States.

Right away you know this is a “play” since he never conceded the 2020 election and will never concede.

This is because Trump firmly believes—as 40% of Americans, including me, do—that the election was stolen.

I am not sure how you run for President after already serving once if you know that you are the legitimately elected President. (Keep in mind Trump is the Commander-In-Chief and has access to much more information than he can share.)

A President cannot serve three consecutive terms.

As “Q” has said, with respect to clearing out the corrupt Establishment, everything must be done “by the book.”

Remember how Dave Chappelle hilariously noted in his opening monologue for Saturday Night Live last week that Trump exploits the rules. He does not break them.

To paraphrase: “You don’t like the fact that I pay no taxes? Then change the tax code, which benefits your donors and friends.”

Additionally many suspect that there was rampant cheating in the 2022 midterm elections as well, and look how they’re getting away with it.

Trump is not one to waste his time. He’s already the target of numerous lawfare attacks and was already impeached.

Thus he knows that any attempt to run for office again will only tie him up, cost a lot of money and get the people’s hopes up for nothing.

Notice also that he did this alone. The family stepped away; Ivanka for example is “prioritizing” the family right now.

So what is really going on?

Something else, clearly.

Trump is unpredictable, and that is exactly why he drives the Establishment crazy.

They have rules, talking points and media saturation.

But they don’t own the narrative anymore.

Trump has ensured that—if nothing else—we will be talking about him incessantly.

Along the way, more and more people are going to wake up about how corruption is destroying us all.

Update: A reader alerted me to this episode of the X22 Report. They say basically the same thing as I do.

It just shows that “once you see it, you see it.” After that, it’s just a matter of holding on.

By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal (Dossy). All opinions are the author’s own. Public domain.

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