Donald Trump dissolves into the Waco wacko we always knew he was
Irony is alive and well and always waiting for a chance to peek out into people’s lives with a mischievous smile. Irony has been written about, sung about, and experienced by many. And right now, Donald Trump has made a choice that seems more than a little ironic — and creepy.
Now, said choice could be, after all, a coincidence. Those exist too. But the problem is nothing the maniac does ever seems coincidental to me. There is always a hidden meaning. Now let’s talk about a man born on August 17, 1959. This man lived in a city with many others who hung on his every word.
He taught. He educated. And he commanded. This man’s name was David Koresh. He was a wicked man. And he led a cult. His followers — his pupils were the Branch Davidians. And Koresh died after a standoff with the FBI in Waco, Texas. Others died with him. And it is this city — Waco, Texas — that Donald Trump has picked as the scene of his next rally.
Coincidence? Trump will hold this rally on March 25. He will likely be under indictment by then, so who knows if this rally will happen. Coincidence? Twitter doesn’t think so.
“So Trump is planning his first campaign rally for Waco on the thirtieth anniversary of the siege where a cult leader challenged the authority of the federal government and threatened violence,” read one tweet.
Does Trump relate to Koresh, an evil and depraved man? I bet he does. His idols, after all include Putin and Hitler, so why not Koresh?
Of course, this is no coincidence. And Trump and Koresh do have much in common. But Trump will have already been arrested. He will have been booked and finger printed. There will have a mug shot (you KNOW that will be leaked!) So let Trump have his pathetic little rally if it even happens. It might just be one of his last before prison calls.