the level of cope by apelin
>What we need to focus on is creating a positive Trump legend. We need to focus on portraying him as a tragic hero who attempted to save America, but was destroyed by evil, and frankly primarily Jewish, forces within the United States, who stabbed him in the back and then eventually overthrew him.
>Trump is a tragic figure, he did the best he could, and now he’s a scared old man, who is also sad his whole thing came undone, and isn’t really thinking clearly. He doesn’t denounce you. He loves you. I promise you that: he loves you and he cares that you fought for him, and even when he’s in the gulag, he is going to remember that you fought for him. He just doesn’t know what’s going on, he’s seeing everything fall apart, he’s seeing in a harsh way that he never had before that his personal future and his legacy are absolute disasters.
>What means something is how we framed the Legend of Trump. He is a hero, he is a martyr, he did his best, and he lost because the devil was just too strong for one man to beat alone.