I just finished watching Donald Trump's speech at the Republican National Convention.
One part Teddy Roosevelt, one part Franklin Roosevelt, and one part John F. Kennedy blended well together is what I got from Trump. He's the sort of candidate I haven't seen in a very long time, not since I was a child: a proper American statesman. The last time I saw this was when Ronald Reagan spoke, and I remain convinced that this is 1980 all over again.
With every terror attack, Trump gets stronger. With every cop attack, Trump gets stronger. With every revelation of Obama or Hillary's misdeeds, Trump gets stronger. With every incident of foreign policy failure, Trump gets stronger. With every expression of Nationalism, and every display of Globalism, Trump gets stronger.
Hillary has to have Trump assassinated to win now. Not even an election theft will do now, because if she tries that she's provoke an uprising the likes of which haven't been seen in living memory. This is successful counter-action in the realm of Narrative Warfare, folks. Let's see how incompetently the Dems respond to it, starting with their water-carriers in the Mainstream Media Establishment.