President Trump got wind of a rude comment made by Pelosi, and he fired back at her!
JUST IN: Trump says Nancy Pelosi “will someday live in hell” after the former speaker said he looked like a “scared puppy” when he arrived to the D.C. courthouse last week.
“I purposely didn't comment on Nancy Pelosi's very weird story concerning her husband, but now I can… pic.twitter.com/gmLv3KtfhX
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) August 6, 2023
– Trump responded to Nancy Pelosi’s comments with a quote, rejecting her characterization of him as “scared” and criticizing her as a “Wicked Witch” destined for hell.
– The legacy media misinterprets Trump’s expressions as unhinged rants, failing to grasp that they reflect the shared resentment and loathing that many Americans feel toward the political establishment.
– Trump’s post resonates with millions of Americans, signaling a resurgence of resentment politics against the permanent political class for the upcoming 2024 elections.
Trump recently posted an epic quote in response to Pelosi’s rude lies about him, saying, “I purposely didn’t comment on Nancy Pelosi’s very weird story concerning her husband, but now I can because she said something about me, with glee, that was really quite vicious… ‘I saw a scared puppy,’ she said, as she watched me on television, like millions of others, that didn’t see that. I wasn’t “scared.” Nevertheless, how mean a thing to say! She [Nancy Pelosi] is a Wicked Witch whose husbands journey from hell starts and finishes with her. She is a sick & demented psycho who will someday live in HELL!”
What we just saw there with that post is a perfect example of how Trump has successfully tapped into and recalibrated what scholars call resentment politics. The permanent political class has long used something called resentment politics to divide and conquer the populace. For centuries, our political elites have feared this very powerful, very threatening sentiment known as ‘resentment’, because they worried that once it reached a critical mass among the people, it could lead to rebellion, just ask Marie Antoinette. What political elites often do is foster an internal unity among the people together with the political class, by creating the specter of a dangerous external enemy. This is because external threats tend to breed internal solidarity.
Scholars noticed that since the 1960s, the political class as a whole could more effectively deflect resentment away from themselves if they divided the population by focusing on an enemy from within. Politicians turned their attention away from an external threat and instead began focusing on internal threats, which transformed resentment into a tool for dividing the populace and diffusing resistance. For decades, the Democrats have been masters at turning what was once considered external threats like illegal immigration, into internal threats. They have turned illegal immigrants into victims, while at the same time, they have demonized their political opponents internally as xenophobes and racists worthy of being socially marginalized and canceled.
What made Trump so unique is he focused mass resentment back on the political class from the moment he announced his candidacy. That is why he is so hated by many and why so many are obsessed with getting rid of him. This recalibration of resentment politics is exactly what the Marxist sycophants in the legacy media don’t understand about Trump. They’re treating Trump’s post like it was nothing more than an unhinged rant when it was an expression of the seething loathing and resentment that tens of millions of Americans share for their corrupt political class.
A recent Gallup survey found that trust in our nation’s fundamental institutions like the federal government, our legacy news media, law enforcement, and elections is at an all-time low. The gap between the people and the permanent political class has never been wider. The decades-long project of resentment politics hasn’t worked. Ironically, the people of America are currently more united than ever before. We are more anti-war than we’ve ever been, even more than during the height of the Vietnam era, but our permanent political class is obsessed with going to war. We have never been less racist than we are right now, virtually every study out there shows that racism has plummeted in our nation. Our permanent political class has never been more obsessed with accusing us of racism. We are more united than ever before, so our ruling elite is doing everything they possibly can to divide us. It’s not working, and all it’s doing is eroding what semblance of trust remains for our public institutions. Far from ranting about his personal feelings towards Pelosi, Trump’s post represented the sentiments of tens of millions of Americans. Trump made it clear that when it comes to 2024, the politics of resentment against a permanent political class are back!
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