President Trump’s Deal with the EU Is a Democrat Nightmare…

They must be burning whatever gallons of midnight oil they have left at MSNBC, CNN, the New York Times, the Washington Post, CBS, NBC, ABC, etc. — all the propaganda organs of the Democratic Party — trying to figure out how to downplay the agreement Donald Trump just made with European Union President Jean-Claude Juncker, but it’s not going to be easy.

This is the beginning of a massive free trade deal between Europe and the U.S. with zero tariffs outside the auto industry.  If even half of it comes true, there will be a (okay, why not?) YUUUGE growth in trade benefiting both sides of the Atlantic.

Forget porn stars.

Forget tapes.

Forget evil Vlad and Rocket Man.

Forget insulting our NATO partners (whatever that means).

Forget that pseudo-socialist with the hyphenated name.

Forget Mueller, sleazy Strzok , Adam “Leaker” Schiff, Fingers Clapper, Knuckles Brennan, Rocko Rosenstein, or any of the sordid crew.  Forget even Twitter! (well, maybe). By comparison, those are all sideshows. As everyone knows, in politics, “It’s the economy, stupid!”

Or, put another way, “It’s the art of the deal.”  And that’s what came through today and then some.

This is the most significant moment of Trump’s presidency since the tax law passed — and he’s had plenty, more than any president of any of our lifetimes if you actually think about it.

Boom went the stock market within seconds of the announcement.

And those investors know a lot more than Jim Acosta, Chris Matthews, or even Jake Tapper.  (Don’t cry, guys.  We know how big your 401Ks are and a lot of that is due to Trump.  Be grateful for a change. Your grandchildren will thank you.) It already looked as if we were headed for another Trump bull market with growth approaching a jaw-dropping five percent. Good for everyone.

The Dems and their media lackeys are not going to have the tariff issue to kick around anymore.  Turns out it was what anyone with the proverbial IQ in triple digits knew it was — a bargaining chip.

Needless to say, many of those conventional dullards who loath Trump knew this too, but wouldn’t admit it.  Therefore they gave him about ten minutes to make his deal.  He made it in five (metaphorically). Panic in Media Park.

Making matters worse for the Dems, this new deal entails growing sales of liquid natural gas by our country to Europe.  Who does that most affect?  Well, duh, Comrade Putin, of course.  Thought experiment (actually you don’t even have to think to answer this one): What do you suppose would trouble Putin more — the U.S. cornering the LNG market or Trump calling him a bunch of nasty names?

It’s so obvious that Trump has done more to actually “trouble” Putin by his actions (really arming the Ukrainians, etc.) than any of his recent predecessors that it would be generally acknowledged in a semi-honest media environment.  The whole hoo-haw about Helsinki was less than a bunch of nothing in the grand scheme of things. But the oppressive leftwing (to use a dated term) media environment affects even the right so they often can’t see straight and apologize for things that need no apology.  This new deal should straighten some of that out.

It also should be powerful ammunition for any Republican running this fall.

Do you want the Trump economy or do you want a return to the Obama economy?  It’s as simple as that.

Trump continues to negotiate great agreements for America, at home and abroad. The “Art of the Deal” may be a cliché by now, but it appears to work.  And when something’s working for once, why change it  — especially to something that already failed?(Or, in the case of socialism, worse than failed — caused mass impoverishment and mass murder.)

If Republicans can communicate that simple  message, they will win big.  Not always geniuses at marketing their ideas, this one is so obvious maybe even the GOP can do it.

Are we tired of winning yet?

Via: PJM

Even the Democrats have to admit to the winning…and you know it hurts them deeply when they have to face reality, or say something true.

3 thoughts on “President Trump’s Deal with the EU Is a Democrat Nightmare…

  1. I asked the thoughtful and read in other media about what is on paper, cast in rock sort of thing, and all I get back or read is ‘nothing concrete, just a series of promises’ the detail of which will be worked out later.

    As always the words and actions never quite merge.
    The EU is broken, coming unhinged, more divided than ever before, and the likes of Juncker and Barnier are desperate to look good. So a deal, ANY DEAL, looks great.

    Except there is the small matter of those metal tariffs. Still in place.
    No tariffs but we’ll leave these particular ones in place for a while? Why???

    The threat of tariffs on German vehicles is still hanging around and Trump and Merkel at odds big time.
    Like it or not, Germany is the EU Banker and p’ssing them off a seriously bad move.

    The disruption in NATO is still an issue following those overt threats.
    If that folds someone is not going to be Mr. popular at all.
    Especially in the eyes of the smaller EU members, and they all have voting powers.

    Remember Macron is being attacked. What if Marine Le Pen got in?
    Her first declared goal is to take France OUT of the EU.

    Italy, now with a decent thinking government is of the same mind.

    Germany is hanging on by a thread politically.
    Merkel goes and the popular thought is so does Germany.
    All because of nationalistic backlash to the mass uncontrolled immigration and the problems it’s created.

    That’s numbers 1,2,& 3 in worth thinking about things.

    There are always two sides to a story.
    All is not settled, tied down, or whatever the US media claim.
    With 27 EU states all constantly bitching at each other and their ‘management’, nothing ever is, and as for Brussels?

    27 states. What about the UK.
    No one knows what will happen but it won’t change what else is going on.
    If however they do leave, the cash cow walks.
    Everyone in Europe petrified of a black hole in the budget and membership fees sky rocketing.

    Brussels was simply a sideshow and will remain one until someone puts meat on the table, and pays for it.
    As for selling gas to Europe being a win? Yes it is for the US.
    Only at what cost to the end user?
    Especially if Russia turns the taps off and lets Europe sink.

    Try Googling “Trump deals in Europe”. Trump in Europe, Trump Europe NATO.
    Then browse the rest of the worlds media.

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