by OPOVV, ©2016

(Jan. 14, 2016) — “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to our show. As you can see, we’re at the city zoo in the Large Mammal House, home of the Elephants, Giraffes and the Rhinos. As a matter of fact, we’re next to the Rhino pen, which leads me into the introduction of one of the executives of the RNC. Welcome to our show. Didn’t get your name.”

“Didn’t give it. I’d like to be undercover if you don’t mind.”

“But we’re on live television.”

“Democrats don’t watch any show that questions Obama’s ineligibility and, by default, that extends to all of our Republicans–in-name-only, so I’m safe. Look, there’s a war on, a full-fledged war against Trump waged by the two political parties, which is actually one political party: the Federal Reserve Political Party.”

“You say there’s a war on. Could you be a little more specific?”

“Sure thing. There’s a war to shield the truth by whatever means, even if it means destroying the Republican Party. I mean if the Republican Party were truly representative of the people they said they were supposedly representing, then the deportation of the illegal immigrants would’ve been a forgone conclusion, instead of the way the RNC played it, as if it was some sort of giant shock; as if they were surprised; caught off-guard.

“Well, it wasn’t any surprise, but we thought we controlled the media pretty well. Actually, it was I who came up with the idea to play the ‘poor-disenfranchised Pedro-peon’ angle, but that illegal murdering that young lady in San Francisco sealed it. And from then on it was out of control.

“Of course the right thing would’ve been to jump on Trump’s bandwagon, all of them, even the ineligibles, such as Cruz and Rubio. Even Bush could’ve jumped on board and neutralized Trump’s appeal, but the bigwigs in the party decided to circle the wagons, which is where we are now: on the outside looking in; the ‘out’ crowd, which is why we have to destroy Trump at whatever cost.

“The Republican candidates are too far back to be a threat and the Democratic candidates are so out of touch with reality as to be laughable. All Hillary and Sanders do is to excite the dumb and gullible, the ‘Socialists,’ even though socialism has been an abject failure.  But it appeals to the idiots who believe that money grows on trees, that the rules of supply and demand don’t apply and that Adam Smith was the Devil incarnate.

“Look, the Republican Party is finished. They had a chance to be the party that truly represented the people and they blew it. They’re running now, in circles, and all they know to do is to lash out at anything that threatens the corrupt system they’ve put in place ever since the Federal Reserve Charter was sneaked through Congress.

“I’m telling you this so you’re not surprised by anything that the de facto usurper does with his executive orders. But this I will say: arm yourselves to the best of your ability. Now I must go; I’m sure I’ve said enough. Goodbye.”

“That’s it? All right, and off he goes. Well, strange, to say the least, but what he said was rather an eye-opener, now, wasn’t it? Actually, we’ve heard a couple of times from guests to arm yourself and loved ones.

“Well, from the Rhino House in the city zoo, this is Roving and Crew saying goodnight: Goodnight.

“Rather a strange guy, wouldn’t you think? Thinking he was invisible on television. Well, enough. What do you say we grab ourselves a burger? My treat.”

Semper Fi


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