What Do Democrats Fear in Donald Trump? Greatness

Source: American Thinker - View Original Article
Published: Feb 09, 2020
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63% Liberal


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Top 5 sentiments contributing towards policies:

98% : Consider how many powerful ideas Donald Trump has cast into the national consciousness.
93% : Consider the fear that Carville and his ilk must harbor about what is to come.
92% : Nobody confuses the Obama Doctrine or the Carter Doctrine as projecting that kind of power.
92% : When you see a man being endlessly ridiculed and scorned brush off those insults with ease and smile back, you know something is different.
91% : No wonder both sides joined hands with the Deep State and attempted to do by coup what Hillary could not.
91% : Nobody clamoring for freedom is waving pictures of Angela Merkel in the air, but in Hong Kong and Taiwan, a photoshopped image of Donald Trump as Rocky Balboa is easy to find.
90% : Trumpism as an ideological force has the mass and acceleration of a Soviet Empire that threatened to conquer the world.
88% : He has exposed how free trade can never be free when based on slave labor.
83% : Nobody speaks about the Bush Doctrine in such terms.
83% : He has exposed how the silent destruction of towns across the Midwest came not from China's comparative advantage, but from American companies' use of slavery by proxy.
82% : He has exposed both major parties as socialist globalist cults more concerned with government health care and foreign nation-building than a policy for American freedom.
81% : It is easy to laugh away such a declaration, but I think there is an invaluable truth expressed.
80% : He is not merely a part of history; he is an agent warping it with his own gravity.
78% : In a word, greatness.
78% : It is Donald Trump to whom Nigerian Christians turn for survival from Islamic terror.
76% : At a time when Western governments have found common cause with murderous dictators in demanding limits to free speech and free minds, Donald Trump goes to Poland and excoriates European socialism as the newest iteration of human bondage.
75% : James Carville says Trump is the greatest threat to America since the fall of communism.
74% : In speech after speech across the globe, he stands alone and pushes back against the weight of history's currents.
73% : What does he see that makes him tremble so?
70% : He is not operating on their terms; they are all actors in the Trump Era.
69% : Not one Nobel laureate imagined this American renaissance of GDP and stock market surge, record-low unemployment, wage growth, and low inflation in one bubbling cauldron.
67% : He stood on the dais during his inauguration and practically said, "See all these Republicans and Democrats and their great plans for our country?
66% : He celebrates the very Western civilization that the West now works to bury.
64% : At a time when the German chancellor argues for limiting free expression, those people most desperate to escape China's yoke see the American president as the only fighter who might help set them free.
63% : It is Donald Trump whose name is often whispered by freedom-fighters in Venezuela, whose American flag is respected by regime protesters in Iran, and whose image is waved by thousands demanding freedom in Hong Kong.
62% : It took a change agent.
62% : Not one foreign policy mandarin suggested unleashing the entrepreneurial spirit of the American oil man in order to destroy our enemies' power over us permanently.
62% : It took a change agent.
62% : It took a change agent.
61% : More than anyone on the world stage, he argues for individual freedom as the indispensable ingredient for civilization itself and free nations as the essential bulwark against international governance and tyranny.
60% : Without worry or apology, Donald Trump stands before the world with a giant mirror, and the world does not like what it sees.
60% : He is our American president, but he belongs to the world now, too. Because he is actively working to destroy entrenched ideas and institutions, his opposition is clear-eyed and equally aggressive.
58% : It took Donald Trump.
55% : Rather than the traditional political tug-of-war that pits adverse interests against each other without significant movement toward any direction, President Trump as a world-historical driver of change is engaging in pitched battle with winner-takes-all stakes.
54% : Trump is as important in stature as the United States' most formidable military and political opponent of the twentieth century.
54% : Winning the American presidency is one thing, but shining a bright light on what the American government has become is something else entirely.
52% : The world has noticed.
52% : What his fiercest adversaries are only now realizing is that Trump has shifted the trajectory of history permanently.
50% : His ideas and actions represent a firm break from the prevailing paradigms of the past.
49% : I'm going to destroy them all and burn down most of what they've built since World War II."
45% : His is an original voice arguing aggressively against the status quo.
40% : Donald Trump is a world-historical figure.
39% : In victory or defeat, he represents a firm marker against which past and future events will be viewed.
38% : We are all witnesses to history's play, but few generations see a world-historical figure ascend to its stage.
38% : Nobody wondered why we were enriching China at our own expense and preparing for a world where a communist dictator would lead.
34% : Yet here we are, just three years after the election, and somehow the belittled and mocked hotel owner from Queens has stumbled into creating a movement that matches in strength and potency what took Marx, Lenin, and Stalin over a century to perfect.
34% : It is Donald Trump who has strengthened Israel by keeping promises his predecessors lacked the fortitude to see through.
33% : He has redirected investment away from Wall Street and toward Main Street for the first time in over thirty years and has unleashed three decades' worth of pent up entrepreneurial energy in the very towns long deemed dead.
30% : How could he not?
30% : If everything about this moment feels different, that's because it is.
29% : The media are blind to the moment, but future historians will see.
28% : When his enemies spend years using the combined forces of corporate media, the legal system, and the intelligence agencies to dispose of him one way or another, and the man responds with an off-the-cuff one-liner that shows he could not care less, you know you are dealing with something rare. Carville hates the man because he knows what he is.
25% : Almost everything in the public sphere is now defined in relation to Donald Trump.
24% : When you watch a 6'3" sack of energy bustling across the stage four or more times a day in suit and tie before tens of thousands of spectators watching his every move, and he seems more rested and comfortable than the press gallery a third his age, you know you haven't seen this before.
18% : Not one State Department official questioned why the United States was still subsidizing Europe's generous socialist welfare system seventy years after WWII.
15% : He has questioned how the federal government can have any legitimacy if it fails at enforcing its very own immigration laws.
3% : Whether he ultimately succeeds in shifting various equilibriums is irrelevant to his role in history.

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

98% : Consider how many powerful ideas Donald Trump has cast into the national consciousness.
93% : Consider the fear that Carville and his ilk must harbor about what is to come.
92% : Nobody confuses the Obama Doctrine or the Carter Doctrine as projecting that kind of power.
92% : When you see a man being endlessly ridiculed and scorned brush off those insults with ease and smile back, you know something is different.
91% : No wonder both sides joined hands with the Deep State and attempted to do by coup what Hillary could not.
91% : Nobody clamoring for freedom is waving pictures of Angela Merkel in the air, but in Hong Kong and Taiwan, a photoshopped image of Donald Trump as Rocky Balboa is easy to find.
90% : Trumpism as an ideological force has the mass and acceleration of a Soviet Empire that threatened to conquer the world.
88% : He has exposed how free trade can never be free when based on slave labor.
83% : Nobody speaks about the Bush Doctrine in such terms.
83% : He has exposed how the silent destruction of towns across the Midwest came not from China's comparative advantage, but from American companies' use of slavery by proxy.
82% : He has exposed both major parties as socialist globalist cults more concerned with government health care and foreign nation-building than a policy for American freedom.
81% : It is easy to laugh away such a declaration, but I think there is an invaluable truth expressed.
80% : He is not merely a part of history; he is an agent warping it with his own gravity.
78% : In a word, greatness.
78% : It is Donald Trump to whom Nigerian Christians turn for survival from Islamic terror.
76% : At a time when Western governments have found common cause with murderous dictators in demanding limits to free speech and free minds, Donald Trump goes to Poland and excoriates European socialism as the newest iteration of human bondage.
75% : James Carville says Trump is the greatest threat to America since the fall of communism.
74% : In speech after speech across the globe, he stands alone and pushes back against the weight of history's currents.
73% : What does he see that makes him tremble so?
70% : He is not operating on their terms; they are all actors in the Trump Era.
69% : Not one Nobel laureate imagined this American renaissance of GDP and stock market surge, record-low unemployment, wage growth, and low inflation in one bubbling cauldron.
67% : He stood on the dais during his inauguration and practically said, "See all these Republicans and Democrats and their great plans for our country?
66% : He celebrates the very Western civilization that the West now works to bury.
64% : At a time when the German chancellor argues for limiting free expression, those people most desperate to escape China's yoke see the American president as the only fighter who might help set them free.
63% : It is Donald Trump whose name is often whispered by freedom-fighters in Venezuela, whose American flag is respected by regime protesters in Iran, and whose image is waved by thousands demanding freedom in Hong Kong.
62% : It took a change agent.
62% : Not one foreign policy mandarin suggested unleashing the entrepreneurial spirit of the American oil man in order to destroy our enemies' power over us permanently.
62% : It took a change agent.
62% : It took a change agent.
61% : More than anyone on the world stage, he argues for individual freedom as the indispensable ingredient for civilization itself and free nations as the essential bulwark against international governance and tyranny.
60% : Without worry or apology, Donald Trump stands before the world with a giant mirror, and the world does not like what it sees.
60% : He is our American president, but he belongs to the world now, too. Because he is actively working to destroy entrenched ideas and institutions, his opposition is clear-eyed and equally aggressive.
58% : It took Donald Trump.
55% : Rather than the traditional political tug-of-war that pits adverse interests against each other without significant movement toward any direction, President Trump as a world-historical driver of change is engaging in pitched battle with winner-takes-all stakes.
54% : Trump is as important in stature as the United States' most formidable military and political opponent of the twentieth century.
54% : Winning the American presidency is one thing, but shining a bright light on what the American government has become is something else entirely.
52% : The world has noticed.
52% : What his fiercest adversaries are only now realizing is that Trump has shifted the trajectory of history permanently.
50% : His ideas and actions represent a firm break from the prevailing paradigms of the past.
49% : I'm going to destroy them all and burn down most of what they've built since World War II."
45% : His is an original voice arguing aggressively against the status quo.
40% : Donald Trump is a world-historical figure.
39% : In victory or defeat, he represents a firm marker against which past and future events will be viewed.
38% : We are all witnesses to history's play, but few generations see a world-historical figure ascend to its stage.
38% : Nobody wondered why we were enriching China at our own expense and preparing for a world where a communist dictator would lead.
34% : Yet here we are, just three years after the election, and somehow the belittled and mocked hotel owner from Queens has stumbled into creating a movement that matches in strength and potency what took Marx, Lenin, and Stalin over a century to perfect.
34% : It is Donald Trump who has strengthened Israel by keeping promises his predecessors lacked the fortitude to see through.
33% : He has redirected investment away from Wall Street and toward Main Street for the first time in over thirty years and has unleashed three decades' worth of pent up entrepreneurial energy in the very towns long deemed dead.
30% : How could he not?
30% : If everything about this moment feels different, that's because it is.
29% : The media are blind to the moment, but future historians will see.
28% : When his enemies spend years using the combined forces of corporate media, the legal system, and the intelligence agencies to dispose of him one way or another, and the man responds with an off-the-cuff one-liner that shows he could not care less, you know you are dealing with something rare. Carville hates the man because he knows what he is.
25% : Almost everything in the public sphere is now defined in relation to Donald Trump.
24% : When you watch a 6'3" sack of energy bustling across the stage four or more times a day in suit and tie before tens of thousands of spectators watching his every move, and he seems more rested and comfortable than the press gallery a third his age, you know you haven't seen this before.
18% : Not one State Department official questioned why the United States was still subsidizing Europe's generous socialist welfare system seventy years after WWII.
15% : He has questioned how the federal government can have any legitimacy if it fails at enforcing its very own immigration laws.
3% : Whether he ultimately succeeds in shifting various equilibriums is irrelevant to his role in history.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization