Hegelian Dialectic? Melania Trump accused of plagiarizing Michelle Obama
I honestly had no intention of writing anything about the Republican convention because I am sickened by the whole thing and have been trying to ignore it. Part of the reason I am sickened by it is because I feel this is all by design and the plan in now being executed to perfection.
At the risk of alienating more Trump supporters here goes: Many of you probably know that I have felt from the beginning that Donald Trump was a Trojan horse candidate who entered the race with two goals in mind–to help Hillary Clinton get elected and to destroy the Republican party. Day one of the convention was a fiasco and the biggest story to come out of it was the allegations that Melania Trump plagiarized Michelle Obama’s 2008 convention speech. When you read the text and listen to the paragraphs in question side by side there is no doubt in my mind that whomever the speechwriter was he or she knew what they were doing. It is too coincidental to be a mistake. I believe that Melania Trump had no idea where this part of the speech gained its inspiration but the people who added it to the speech did.
But there is another coincidence from last night which seems to have gone unnoticed and that is the fact that Donald Trump coincidentally just happened to decide to do a live interview on Fox News at the exact same time a Benghazi victim’s mother was giving her speech at the convention. In this speech she said Hillary Clinton should be in stripes but how many people left the convention coverage to listen to Donald Trump instead? I don’t know the answer to that question but it certainly seems to me that the billionaire businessman was trying to run cover for Hillary Clinton. Tinfoil hat material? Maybe, or is it the Hegelian Dialectic?
Regular readers know what I think about coincidences in politics–there are none and in this respect I adhere to FDR’s adage: “in politics nothing happens by accident. If it happens you can bet it was planned that way.”
I believe that whoever was behind adding those lines to Melania Trump’s speech knew that all the focus on the media would be on this story and not on anything else that was said last night.
malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium