- Los Angeles Times writer Jamie Kirchick thinks a violent military coup is in our not too distant future.
- If Trump is allowed to become President, Jamie thinks, that our military will have no other choice but to revolt against the bad-bad man.
- Jamie, however, cannot imagine Hillary Clinton doing anything wrong if she were to become president.
Los Angeles, the city filled with 40-year old children with perfect hair and teeth. The land of dreams and imagination. The city that has given itself the nickname of “LA LA Land,” has some problems with Donald Trump.
Jamie Kirchick, a writer for the Los Angeles Times, wrote how a military coup against Donald Trump may be necessary for our future. Apparently, Turkey’s recently failed attempt at a coup ignited inspiration inside Jamie. The recent article said:
Americans viewing the recent failed coup attempt in Turkey as some exotic foreign news story — the latest, violent yet hardly unusual political development to occur in a region constantly beset by turmoil — should pause to consider that the prospect of similar instability would not be unfathomable in this country if Donald Trump were to win the presidency.
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Jamie goes on to say that Trump would eventually ask the military to do something illegal. What would that be? I have no idea. Jamie suggests that it would be the torture of terrorists, personally, that doesn’t sound like a bad idea. Yet, Jamie explains, that the military would have no other choice but to deny the request, which, in turn, would cause an uprising the against Trump.
Of course, Jamie cannot fathom Hillary Clinton doing anything illegal if she were President. Despite all the evidence of illegal activity that is stacked against her.
Jamie goes on to write:
Needless to say, such dystopian situations are unimaginable under a President Hillary Clinton, who, whatever her faults, would never contemplate ordering a bombing run or — heaven forbid — a nuclear strike on a country just because its leader slighted her small hands at a summit.
The conclusion that Jamie arrives to is that if Trump is allowed to be president a violent coup will not only be needed in our future but that it is sure to come.