Reality seems to have paid a surprise visit to former Mexican President Vicente Fox, who has changed his tactics on how he’s going to attack the now presumptive Republican nominee for president, Donald Trump. Back in July of last year Fox dismissed Donald Trump as “an idiot” and added that he didn’t understand how he had made his money, being so low on mental capacity. He said Trump should give his money to fix the immigration problem.
Fox went on to make news in the months since for his incendiary and belligerent comments when responding in the American media to Mr. Trump’s assertions that Mexico is going to pay for the border wall. He infamously used the “F” word on national television on two separate occasions when describing the wall.
Fox tried everything he could to diminish Trump in the primaries and seems now to recognize that another line of attack might prove more fruitful. He’s going to try playing nice instead and see where that gets him.
It’s interesting that the former president of Mexico has somehow become the Mexican “ambassador” to Donald Trump. The globalist connections that brought Fox to power in the first place, as his Harvard education and corporate Coca-Cola background indicate, seem to have given their puppet his new instructions.
Fox is not distancing himself from the typical bully tactics that have served him so well over the years, but he is going to try another one, the political Mr. Nice Guy approach, and see if that works better. When Fox made his original, profanity-laced comments, Trump called for Fox to apologize, which he did on Wednesday. Exposing his arrogance and insincerity, Fox asked for the same from Trump.
Trump has nothing to apologize for. He did nothing wrong in standing up for America in the face of the Mexican invasion and their complicity in other crimes against our country. He has nothing to apologize for in speaking the truth.
In a Breitbart interview where Fox was clearly on the contrived and insincere side of things, he arrogantly said, “Yes, I am humble enough, as leaders should be, compassionate leader, if I offended you, I’m sorry. But what about the other way around?”
It’s not about you Fox and the American people are the ones your criminal nation, your corrupt leadership and our own crooks in office owe an apology to. Your corrupt cabal has been exploiting and pillaging our country. It is you who should sincerely be sorry, but you’re not. This is political theater and it will surely be rejected by Mr. Trump.
What you and so many others like you deserve is prison time for your collusion on the ongoing invasion as well as the efforts to overthrow our sovereignty and the conspiracy to create the global government stepping stone of a North American Union with George W. Bush and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin. It was George W. Bush attempting to usher in his father, George H. W. Bush’s anti-American dream, his self-confessed desire for world government over America, his New World Order.
Donald Trump represents the end of those plans and the beginning of accountability for you globalist conspirators.
The American people demand more than a disingenuous apology or the payment for the construction of a much needed barrier against foreign aggressors such as yourself. We demand the return of our country and we are not going to accept no as an answer.
Saying you’re sorry won’t get it done, Presidente. You are nobody, just a common criminal whose time of accountability is approaching.
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