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Why Did The GOP Allow The White House To Become Trump’s Enterprise?

Why are Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump on this country’s payroll

Earlier in 2018, it was reported that Jared Kushner and embattled Chief of Staff, John Kelly, were embroiled in a battle of wills, that had boiled over into a crisis that the president had to curtail with the public endorsement of Kelly’s fight to do the job he was hired to perform.

The issue was the fact that Kushner and his wife, Ivanka Trump, who also happens to be the president’s favorite daughter, were both operating under special circumstances as unqualified “senior advisers,” who were dangerously lacking the security clearance that allows the level of access they were courting.

The outrageousness of the Trump presidency stems from the gross negligence of the GOP, and how unlimited power that remains unchallenged or even threatened, continues to permeate the halls of the White House without any consideration for the way the disease is infecting wearied citizens, and the establishments that are suffocating any hope of recovery.

It’s absolutely criminal that Donald Trump was legally able to award ranking positions in his administration to his his son-in-law and daughter, despite their inexperience, based on less than ideal resumes, that don’t exhibit the traits that are required to seamlessly provide “words of wisdom,” regarding global affairs and the high-risk negotiations with troubled territories.

John Kelly will be leaving his post at the end of this year, and the recent announcement was delivered with the same grossness that has followed all the others that were gracelessly booted from the dysfunctional House, that Republicans built with the tragic complicity, that Whiteness usually coddles with careful investment.

It’s worth noting that the president did express his sorrow over the loss of former White House staff secretary Rob Porter, who abruptly resigned amid the disturbing allegations of how he had physically assaulted two former wives. This was right before the president ill-advisedly lent his support to Roy Moore, the White supremacist and alleged rapist, who is accused of sexually assaulting underage girls, and who thankfully lost the Senate race to fierce competitor Democrat Doug Jones.

Donald Trump himself was elected, despite all the glaring and blaring signs that proved his destructive insolence and heightened damaging rhetoric — beyond reasonable doubt.

His graphic demonstration of how deplorable behavior can be feted with the authority of Whiteness and the privilege of being able to afford the ability to transform the White House into a glistening replica of the infamous Trump Tower — is the symbol of what the GOP willingly tolerates at the expense of impressionable and dispirited onlookers.

Ivanka Trump is blissfully tackling her agenda with the supremeness of her father’s blessing, and how her station can’t be rattled by the cowards who meekly observe how the laws are being stretched beyond limits, to accommodate a pompously ambitious woman, who is building her campaign trajectory for a presidential run.

Her equally pompous and ambitious hubby, who also hails from a stinking rich background of real estate splendor, has been reaping the non-stop rewards of wisely marrying into a dynasty, that’s headed by a nefarious renegade, who evidently rejects the notion of being briefed by experts, and prefers to just “wing it” when it comes to the overall security of innocent citizens.

Kushner has been granted assignments, that aren’t meant to be in the hands of someone who really hasn’t conducted the type of agreements that would indicate his prowess with mediating the successful outcome of Israeli-Palestinian relations.

Just like the appointment of Heather Nauert, a former Fox News anchor, turned Spokesperson for United States Department of State, who has been inexplicably named as Nikki Haley’s successor for the U.N. Ambassadorship— there’s a clear pattern at work when it comes to Trump’s erratic taste buds.

Rex Tillerson, who was dishonorably dismissed as the secretary of state with a single tweet, recently found his way back to the headlines after months of laying low via a viral interview with CBS staple Bob Schieffer, and needless to say, the damning confession only revealed what we’ve all known to be true:

“What was challenging for me coming from the disciplined, highly process-oriented ExxonMobil corporation, was to go to work for a man who is pretty undisciplined, doesn’t like to read, doesn’t read briefing reports, doesn’t like to get into the details of a lot of things, but rather just kind of says, ‘This is what I believe.’

The aggravating aspect of Trump’s ascension and subsequent toxic administration, is how the first-ever Black president was demeaningly berated by bigoted Republicans who couldn’t hide their disdain for their nightmare come true.

A highly intelligent, charismatic, dignified, competent, worldly, and diligent Black man who rarely missed a beat, and had the unrelenting fandom from googly-eyed allies, who were relishing the alignment with a mastermind who repeatedly surpassed expectations.

But that level of perfection wasn’t nearly enough to protect the Black man in the White House from the embarrassing episode of being called a “Liar” by Rep. Joe Wilson, during Obama’s address to Congress in 2009, when the bigoted Congressman yelled “You Liar” while the Commander-in-Chief was in the middle of delivering a very important speech.

That disgraceful display of utter disrespect wasn’t condemned by Republicans nor were the racially-offensive attacks — aimed to discredit and degrade the Black man who wasn’t perfect, but definitely possessed the bullet points of presidential excellence, that apparently destabilized the weakened dispositions of power-hungry White men.

President Trump, however doesn’t seem to ruffle the feathers of White people who follow the playbook of the GOP, that dictates how White privilege can’t ever be fucked with — no matter the cost. Wealthy White guys can fuck up as many times as humanly possible, because the institutions of power have to be occupied by the representative of a party that’s desperately conniving in its pursuits.

And so we have to frustratingly take notes as the White man in the White House gleefully dismantles the language of reason with unreasonable requests, and the mindset of a terrorizing toddler as his compass.

Trump is able to bring his ill-equipped family members along for the tumultous ride, and this offers leg room for his allegiance to the religion of White nationalism, which he proudly touts to the dismay of non-White Americans. He’s permitted to demonize Brown-skinned migrants with generic buzzwords that give Republicans the callous appetite to stomach the forced separation, and caging of innocent children at the borders. He’s able to tweet out expletive-laced tweets at war heroes, esteemed members of the judicial branch, and convert Adam Schiff to “Adam Schitt,” without any push back or whispers of disapproval.

The president of the United States has been formally implicated in federal crimes that he engaged in during the 2016 elections, and as that newsflash hits, Republicans cower in silence with the practiced response of “eyes wide shut,” as the White House maintains the belief that the authoritarian’s party members will readily digest the bullshit he feeds them.

Trump is also being given the ultimate pass when it comes to the reckless and despicable ways in which he’s mishandling the repercussions of Jamal Khashoggi’s murder at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, and how that horrific event is exposing the sordid relationship that the Trump/Kushner empires can’t afford to abruptly dismantle.

The New York Times just unleashed the startling manifest that details how Jared Kushner was ceremoniously propped up as the Saudi Prince’s solid contact within Trump’s rogue administration. Kushner’s modest experience in international affairs made him the prime target of the Saudis who needed to rely on the naivety of a privileged “bus boy” to secure substantial influence over the worst American president in history.

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince was the one who gave the order for the brutal slaying of the U.S. based — Washington Post Saudi journalist — who committed the grave sin of expressing freedom of speech when it came to holding those in power accountable for the atrocities crippling the epicenter of government in his home country.

The CIA confirmed the findings after a thorough investigation, but even before we were briefed on the obvious, Trump was reluctant to speak ill of the guilty party that he claims provides the U.S. with “billions and billions of dollars” and countless job opportunities, that can’t be eliminated over the lone death of a meddlesome journalist who asked for what he got.

The president of the United States never once acknowledged the gravity of a serious issue that the whole wide world is monitoring with bated breath. He also never graciously expressed his empathy for the bereaved family and fiancee of Jamal Khashoggi.

He was more interested in boasting about the prized allyship with murderous dictators, and how nothing concrete was divulged by the intelligence agency that is commissioned to arm the leader of the free world with vetted information, that he’s supposed to wisely utilize for the betterment of those whose lives depend on his penchant for making decisions that aren’t inspired by self-interests.

Now we know that the guy who was being praise-worshipped by CNN’s Van Jones a few weeks ago for his implementation of a prison reform bill, is actually a thuggish asshole, who spent the weeks after the Crown Prince was implicated in the bloody murder of Khashoggi — finessing his PR skills for the sake of aiding his close friend’s flawless ride through the gathering storm.

John Kelly tried but failed to minimize one-on-one contact between Kushner and the devil in devil’s clothing, and now that his exit is imminent, we can expect that the new Chief of Staff will be the puppet that Trump can triumphantly manipulate into sustaining the signature formula of lawlessness and disorder.

Kushner has been the glue holding the relationship between the US and Saudi Arabia — intact.

And he’s also primarily responsible for his father-in-law’s refusal to unequivocally denounce the brutish and inhumane treatment of a world-renowned reporter, who didn’t deserve to meet his end in such a grotesque manner.

Truth be told, the cold interior matches the exterior, as Kushner’s bone-chillingly robotic expression, with the enhanced randomness of his monotone delivery — makes it easy to believe the buddy system that he currently fosters with a highly questionable character who sleazily high-fived his partner-in-crime at a well-televised global event.

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Why did the GOP allow the White House to become Trump’s enterprise?

Well, the answers are embedded in the supremacy of Whiteness, and how Republicans have perfected the art of being submerged in the privilege of having nothing to lose — for as long as they remain “Un-American” with dedication to careers — and the guarantee that it’s best to have an idiotic White man as president.

America can’t handle another distinguished Black man with a Harvard degree and diplomatic proficiency.

Donald Trump has made a mockery of our election process, and he is expanding activities to include the complete breakdown of the strong bonds that have historically kept the United States accessible — to now-defected allies. And with the blossomed bromance between the Saudi Prince and Kushner — there’s the harmful messaging that centers the U.S. in the revised and despicable role as avid champions of crimes against humanity.

History will not be kind to the co-conspirators, who are actively encouraging this era of rapid decline under the leaderless gaze of helplessly defeated “leaders,” who will tolerate the White man’s defecation in the seat of power — because Whiteness is the law.

Republicans be warned.

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