Top economic analyst: 'Republicans have lost it'

(photo courtesy DonaldJTrump.com)

(photo courtesy DonaldJTrump.com)

An economic analyst says the establishment GOP members in Washington are so far out of touch, they are endangering the country with their opposition to President Trump, according to a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

“The Republicans have lost it,” wrote analyst Martin Armstrong at his Armstrong Economics site recently.

“They think this ‘populism’ is over with [French president Emmanuel] Macron’s victory in France so it’s time to get rid of Trump and it will all be OK again.”

Not only are they wrong, their perspective is dangerous, he contends.

“I have never seen such an all out effort on a massive coordinated effort to reject the people’s demand for reform,” he wrote. “This is HIGHLY dangerous for we can very well move toward civil war.”

The bold-face emphasis was in the original.

“These people think getting rid of Trump and it will all be roses and raining money for them once again. They are DEAD wrong! Our model also warns that [the] United States can break up as a result of this by 2032-2040,” he said.

Exactly what’s going on?

For the rest of this report, and more, please go to Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

“There is a very REAL plot to overthrow Trump, led by the political establishment and aided by the mainstream press,” he explained.

“This is not simply speculation – this is the real deal. Of course the Washington Post and New York Times are in full swing to get rid of Trump. No matter what it might be, the twist is always against Trump right down to the story how Sean Spicer wanted to see the pope because he’s a devote[d] Catholic and was denied.”

He continued: “CNN, of course, is also part of this conspiracy. You will NEVER find any positive article about Trump in mainstream media. … We have [former House Speaker John] Boehner coming out saying Trump is a disaster. This is the guy who threw people off committees if they did not vote for his agenda.”

He also cited the flap over Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, and claims of a “back-channel” with Russia.

“The Kushner story is desperately trying to make something out of nothing. Here we have after Flynn’s removal, Kushner suggesting setting up a direct channel for diplomatic purposes regarding Syria with the Russians. That is entirely within reason and has been done during confrontations in the past.”

He continued: “This was only a suggestion. It was not done, yet the press twist this into somehow supporting Russia who single-handedly defeated Hillary and put Trump in office.”

The motive is clear, he said.

“They think if they can just keep selling that nonsense it will become a fact. The press seems to want war with Russia and absolutely nothing else.”

For the rest of this report, and more, please go to Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

 

Top economic analyst: 'Republicans have lost it'
Source: WND