Remember the massive crowds that greeted Candidate Trump throughout the Appalachians and Rust Belt?
Remember how many had tears in their eyes when they were told by The Don that they would soon have their jobs in the coal mines/coal-using industries back without any further obligations?
And remember how Trump promised to never let the people of these areas – the swing states gave enough of a push to guarantee Donald the Presidency – down?
Yeah, well in my mind I find it hard to believe that anybody in these regions imagined a beady-eyed Jew rubbing his hands together in glee at the thought of destroying the coal industry once and for all.
Especially a beady-eyed Jew that officially works as Trump’s key economic adviser.
White House National Economic Council director Gary Cohn, a former Goldman Sachs banking executive, has reopened the U.S. government’s war on coal in direct contravention of directions from President Donald Trump.
“Coal doesn’t even make that much sense anymore as a feedstock,” Cohn said in Europe on Air Force One, while speaking for the White House to the press, the New York Times’ Brad Plumer noted.
“Natural gas, which we have become an abundant producer, which we’re going to become a major exporter is, is such a cleaner fuel,” Cohn continued.
Cohn’s comments against the coal industry come as he has attempted to steer President Trump in a direction against his campaign promise to remove the United States from the Paris Climate Accords, a deal that Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) has told Breitbart News would cost at least six million American jobs. Paul and 21 of his GOP U.S. Senate colleagues have written to President Trump urging him to follow through on his pledge to remove the U.S. from the job-killing deal and stand up for the coal industry in the United States.
I honestly don’t even know what the deal is with Trump at this point.
Perhaps the blackmail theory still holds, or perhaps he’s growing senile like his father apparently did during the last years of his life.
Actually, there have been too many black pills lately, and for the sake of general morale, let’s just keep things simple and cold.
Trump served his purpose, other hands have been dealt since the dark days of early April, and it’s for the best to look forward to the positive developments our movement has undertaken.