Was Trump’s Tactical Attack on Syria a Strategic Quantum Chess Move? How Former Supporters & Detractors Are Reacting

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It’s been fascinating to watch how some former hardcore supporters appear to be hopping off the Trump-train, while others, many within the “never-Trump” crowd, are suddenly warming up to the president, and all for a mere $ 75 million cruise missile attack on the dictator in Syria’s air base.

Many of the detractors of the attack, rightfully so, don’t believe the intel, and why would they, since we already know that many within US intel community have been co-opted and infiltrated into the globalist movement. I mean, these are the same minions, in many cases, who started up the Trump-Russian connection and much earlier insisted, back in 2001, that Iraq should be invaded based on false WMD intel, we later learned.

Then there’s the neo-con warmongering crowd, who suddenly don’t know what to think, they’re so giddy with excitement, as are their donors, in many cases.

Others, however, assert that there’s simply not enough information reaching ordinary Americans to make an informed decision, one way or another. This,  when Trump, and most of those surrounding him, seem well beyond convinced, and we all know what Trump was saying to Obama back in 2013 when the situation was reversed.

Then, there are the high-profile conservatives, in the story that follows, who’re so angry that they’ve jumped from the train even before any real danger is evident.

As for the highest-profilers, both Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity are viewing it all in much the same way that I am, at least for now, and that’s in a more of a strategic sense of a far greater worldview than merely the tactical missile attack in Syria.

Trump’s “message in a cruise missile” could easily have been a quantum chess move, and it just so happens to have occurred right in front of the leader of the world’s 2nd greatest power and potentially, the planet’s most powerful authoritarian aggressor.

But, it’s not just that; in a domestic sense, Trump has, again, threaded the needle between the globalists who’re trying to take him out, the neo-cons who just don’t like him, a hateful media who were just thrown a bone, and the conservatives who are still [mostly] eagerly supporting the president.

A dangerous game, all in all, but, it’s all in the art of the deal….

~Refocus Notes

UK Telegraph

Many former Donald Trump supporters have turned on the President after his decision to retaliate against the Assad regime for its chemical weapons attack.

Nigel Farage, Milo Yiannopoulos Katie Hopkins, right-wing blogger Paul Joseph Watson, Ukip leader Paul Nuttall and Ukip donor Arron Banks are among the Trump supporters who have been disappointed by their hero. Farage said: “I am very surprised by this. I think a lot of Trump voters will be waking up this morning and scratching their heads and saying ‘where will it all end?’

“As a firm Trump supporter, I say, yes, the pictures were horrible, but I’m surprised. Whatever Assad’s sins, he is secular.” He said Britain should not get involved in any further strikes, commenting: “Previous interventions in the Middle East have made things worse rather than better.”

Other Donald Trump supporters have been more forthright in their comments. Ukip leader Paul Nuttall said: “The U.S. bombing of Syria last night was rash, trigger happy, nonsensical and will achieve nothing. I hoped for better.”

Infowars’ Paul Joseph Watson said: “I guess Trump wasn’t ‘Putin’s puppet’ after all, he was just another deep state/Neo-Con puppet. I’m officially OFF the Trump train.

“It’s been fun lads, but the fun is over. I’ll be focusing my efforts on Le Pen, who tried to warn Trump against this disaster.”American right-wing commentator Ann Coulter, who campaigned for Donald Trump, wrote: “Those who wanted us meddling in the Middle East voted for other candidates.“

Trump campaigned on not getting involved in Mideast. Said it always helps our enemies & creates more refugees. Then he saw a picture on TV.”

Disgraced right-wing firebrand and Trump campaigner Milo Yiannapolous wrote: “There comes a day in every child’s life when his Daddy [Trump] bitterly disappoints him.”

Ukip donor Arron Banks labeled Donald Trump’s choice “stupid” and said the President should have stayed out of the Middle East.He tweeted: “You may be correct but destabilizing another country on the border of Lebanon and Israel just nuts. ISIS must be loving this”.

And columnist Katie Hopkins asked: “Who stole my President?”


About the Author

Barry Secrest
A native of the Charlotte area, Barry Secrest is the owner of two successful ventures, one in business and the other in media: Carolina Industrial Agency and Conservative Refocus. He has more than 25 years of experience in the insurance industry. Barry is also the author of the book "A Perfect Liberal Storm" which was released in late July of 2010.

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