Nobody else could produce a song that would release to iTunes and beat out the contemporary artists in popularity. And that’s what happened with Donald Trump’s “Justice for All,” which has been number one in the country on the Apple platform, which is the new ranking list for modern music. iTunes, being the liberals that they are, found a way to sabotage the song by not offering it for a short period of time during the week of its number one run, and guess what, another song about Trump from Natashia Owens took its place and then became the new number one, it’s called “Trump Won.” And just like that, we are seeing something that I confirmed right after the last election, a new campaign strategy that sort of manifested all by itself, out of necessity, and truly represents the people of America. It doesn’t surprise me at all that anything with Trump’s name in the title will be very popular. My wife and I saw this for ourselves right after the 2020 election when we spent much of 2021 on the road in our RV, checking out most of the states in America, especially out in the desert. I needed to get away for a while and cool off, and what I learned is what we are seeing with these new smash hits on iTunes. People love the idea of Trump. After several years of not having him, they are poised to send a message to the political establishment and the Desecrators of Davos who control the music industry and entertainment in general. Something that no other Republican challenger could hope to do, and that is connect with the voters in such an intimate way. It’s a way that only Trump could produce, and it’s why he’s the leader of the Republican Party and will remain so no matter what.
Elon Musk understands what all these further attacks against Trump will mean; the actions of the DA in New York attempting to put the former president in chains for the cameras to capture will set off a wave of anger that this country has never seen before. And for every musical artist looking to make a splash, putting Trump in the content is their ticket to success, which “Justice for All” and “Trump Won” clearly show. Trump doesn’t need to go out and raise money; he doesn’t need the mainstream news, the Fox News people, or MSNBC. He has plenty of supporters who are angry at the direction of their country, and the Deep Staters have crossed the line and do not have a plan for what they are witnessing. I didn’t talk about it much then, but this all became very clear to me while visiting the little town of Carrizozo, New Mexico. It’s a terribly poor town in the middle of nowhere, right where I wanted to be at the time. It was far from politics, and the town had tumbleweeds blowing across the road during a gentle afternoon that felt like nothing in the universe cared if the town had ever existed. It was my wife’s birthday, and we were looking for a hamburger to eat. The town was shut down due to Covid and the out-of-control liberal governor they had there at the time. But we found a speakeasy kind of restaurant that looked closed from the outside. As I peeked through a crack in the door, a little girl let me in, and I found a whole restaurant hiding in there, defying the mandatory shutdown. And they let us in to have a nice dinner. Most of the occupants had on Trump hats, and none of them were American. They were all Mexican, including the owners, and they were very MAGA supporters, so we started a conversation quickly and found we liked each other quite a lot. At that moment, I understood how deep the Trump MAGA movement had seeped into American culture. Over ten thousand miles on that particular trip, I had seen the same thing repeatedly, from Iowa, Kansas, Oklahoma, all over the south, up to Idaho, everywhere it was the same. Trump was their secret hope that the government could be brought under control and nobody else would do.
This is why the January 6th prisoners are being so revered. It was after that January 6th event that I had made my decision to journey across the country in our RV. I felt like they did who raided the Capitol. I said at the time I didn’t see anything wrong with what had happened that day. It’s our government, not those of a bunch of loser globalists. People watched their government being stolen from them; their vote was ignored, the political process was rigged, and the judges didn’t have the guts to uphold the Constitution. People were mad. I was mad. I thought better of attacking anything and wanted to turn my attention to a real solution. I wanted to know if just a few radical Trump supporters saw what was happening as I did. While on the road for that trip I wrote my latest book The Gunfighter’s Guide to Business as a kind of strategy guide to deal with politics and business in this particular time.
Regarding the abusive relationship the government has had with the January 6th prisoners, there are so many Constitutional violations to them, most notably the 6th Amendment. We don’t have a country that exists for government; we are supposed to have a government that serves the people, which was not what we saw after 2020. So people reacted in frustration to varying degrees, but I have always supported the protests at the Capitol. I think the FBI, the CIA, members of Congress, and the Senate are lucky people were so civil. Now years later, we have seen what a set-up job much of J6 was, and a lot of people are still in prison for no good reason other than to hopefully deter further protests. When government no longer listens to people, what are people supposed to do, just conform? I don’t think so.
I saw the heart of America in that little speakeasy restaurant in Carrizozo, New Mexico. It’s the same kind of people who are happy to get Trump singles on iTunes and why this election season is going to be unlike anything we’ve ever seen before in the history of the world. In that little hamburger joint, I saw a resiliency that would not be put back in the bottle. They do not like what has been happening in the American government and are willing to give the election system another chance. But they are angry. Very angry. When the Sheriff walked in to get a pickup order that day, we made eye contact and talked about the nature of life in America without saying a word. It was an open rebellion, and even the law was in on it. The Sheriff had a MAGA hat attached to his belt next to his gun as if to reassure himself that everything would be OK. He wasn’t going to shut down that restaurant; he was trying to help keep it open out of defiance of a corrupt government. This is why I didn’t talk about it after because I didn’t want to draw attention to it. But I was happy to be there, and I met people on that trip who clearly indicated the future of politics. And it’s not Ron DeSantis, or Nikki Haley, or Mike Pompeo. They are creations of MAGA. But there is only one person that those people will support: President Trump because Trump Won and We Know It. And so do they, which is why they are panicking now. They know what they did, and it’s time for the payback.