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‘Brilliant’ thread capturing the justified fury and cynicism of MAGA mindset earns resounding accolades

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Darryl Cooper, host of The MartyrMade Podcast, dropped a rather remarkable thread on social media explaining the perspective many Trump supporters have in regard to the 2020 presidential election.

Co-host of The Unraveling, with Jocko Willink, a decorated retired Navy SEAL who’s widely revered, Cooper effectively laid the groundwork leading up to the election, an inconvenient truth for the left that shaped the minds of those who voted for former President Donald Trump.

The Twitter thread started with a reference to those at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, not that Cooper was in any way trying to justify the violence that took place that day. He explained that while some of these supporters got their information from Fox News host Sean Hannity and the likes, this was not the driving force behind their conviction.

As he noted, Cooper formed his observations through discussions with these people.

The actions of the Federal Bureau of Investigations, on the other hand, were central to the frame of mind for people he said were largely from the tea party movement.

This being the shameful actions leading up to Trump being elected, and afterward, that have largely been swept under the rug by those on the left, to include the media — or worse, justified.

All of it precipitated by the “Russian collusion” claim that, after a long, expensive investigation, was proven to be a hoax.

Recall the fake Steele dossier bought and paid for by Trump’s political opponent, Hillary Clinton (her campaign) and the DNC?

 

Despite the eventual development, the expected “reckoning” from Trump supporters never happened, Cooper said, as he laid out some of the sordid details of the bureau’s actions.

Going deeper with his dissertation, Cooper referenced “a Regime that crossed all institutional boundaries” — this being a regime acting under Barack Obama, who breezed through the entire scandal unscathed, thanks to his media protectors.

But more importantly, he noted, Trump supporters began seeing the deep state’s nonpartisan fingerprints on events.

Given their beliefs when it comes to government, this totally disillusioned Trump supporters, but Cooper shared that most “could have managed the shock if it only involved the government.”

“But the behavior of the corporate press is really what radicalized them. They hate journalists more than they hate any politician or gov’t official, because they feel most betrayed by them,” he said.

This revelation had far-reaching implications, he opined. Permanent implications.

“The corporate press is the propaganda arm of the Regime they now see in outline. Nothing anyone says will ever make them unsee that, period,” Cooper said. “This is profoundly disorienting. Many of them don’t know for certain whether ballots were faked in November 2020, but they know for absolute certain that the press, the FBI, etc would lie to them if there was. They have every reason to believe that, and it’s probably true.”

Amen.

Cooper then presents a stunning indictment of the American media, explaining that Trump supporters watched them throw caution to the wind to “invent” stories out of “whole cloth.”

He pointed to the media’s despicable actions during Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, their vile treatment of the Kentucky high school student who did nothing more than display an awkward smile when confronted by a liberal activist, and last summer’s Black Lives Matter riots.

Cooper continued to present obvious truths, such as Democrat governors taking full advantage of COVID to change voting procedures, the sham impeachments of Trump, Hunter Biden’s laptop scandal, and Big Tech “full-on censorship” during the election.

As for the laptop, he flipped the script to say that the New York Times would not have been censored like the New York Post was, had they reported on a laptop belonging to Donald Trump Jr. containing similar content.

Amid the unfairness of it all, the 2020 election takes place. And despite the strong turnout, and a glimmer of hope, “when the four critical swing states (and only those states) went dark at midnight, they knew,” Cooper said.

“Media & Tech did everything to make things worse,” he tweeted. “Everything about the election was strange — the changes to procedure, unprecedented mail-in voting, the delays, etc — but rather than admit that and make everything transparent, they banned discussion of it.”

And the former president’s supporters were not persuaded by the courts’ refusal to intervene “because of how the opposition embraced mass political violence,” Cooper observed.

“They’ll say, w/good reason: What judge will stick his neck out for Trump knowing he’ll be destroyed in the media as a violent mob burns down his house?”

The thread’s conclusion should reverberate across the nation if there is any hope for tomorrow.

He spoke of the effort to exploit the pandemic to help Biden “make up for a massive enthusiasm gap by gaming the mail-in ballot system,” and the understanding that the courts were not going to touch this.

“The threat of mass riots wasn’t implied, it was direct,” he said.

He then hit the nail on the head in summing it all up — an observation the media will deny to its last breath, but a reality that millions upon millions of Americans believe with every fiber of their being:

Cooper tweeted: “a) The entrenched bureaucracy & security state subverted Trump from Day 1, b) The press is part of the operation, c) Election rules were changed, d) Big Tech censors opposition, e) Political violence is legitimized & encouraged, f) Trump is banned from social media.”

 

In stating the deep state believes “they are beneath representation, and will observe no limits to keep them getting it,” he dropped a sobering final line.

“Trump fans should be happy he lost; it might’ve kept him alive,” Cooper concluded.

The reaction on the right was universal: a brilliant analysis:

Tom Tillison

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