Chaos is good when you have a culture that needs change. Chaos is only harmful to those being affected by the change. For those seeking change, chaos is their best friend. So in that context, the comments by Bill Barr, the former Attorney General for President Trump, who was a known RINO from the start, left over from the Bush administration, when he talks about chaos negatively and indicates that a second Trump term would be a horror show, are understandable. I’ll go on to say that there is a lot of evidence that our intelligence agencies, working with many forces, were behind the rigged election of 2020, and that is not an acceptable condition, and Bill Barr is fully aware of it. But they felt justified in what they did because they wanted to do it to preserve a gig they have in the Beltway that employs so many people. Bill Barr went on to say that President Trump had some good policies but would not be able to implement them because Trump was incapable of thinking in a linear fashion and working with other people to get things done as the system allowed.
So regarding the comments, I was grateful that Barr said them because it is a kind of smoking gun over the entire issue of whether we actually have free elections or not in America and who is motivated to rig elections. Bill Barr played his part by refusing to investigate the obvious problems in voter counts that were being reported to the Attorney General. Trump picked Bill Barr because Jeff Sessions had not been effective as a representative of the President’s positions, as other Attorney Generals had been. Trump picked Barr to appease his critics, as he was under continuous investigation; otherwise, he might have picked someone more representative of his positions. Regarding all that, a lot was revealed in Barr’s statements that is worth considering.
Trump has a proven track record for solving problems, which was most evident in his television show, which nobody has been able to duplicate, The Apprentice, which is nearly impossible to find in syndication anywhere. It was only the top-rated show on television for 14 years, and when Trump ran for President, NBC tried to use Arnold Schwarzenegger instead of Trump, and the show crashed quickly. Nobody could do what Trump had done on that show that was so popular with audiences. And that is because human beings create static cultures for themselves to protect known assumptions, especially when they discover that they benefit from those assumptions. Therefore, when a culture is said to become corrupt, it is because a system becomes rigged to help the participants at the expense of innovation and general culture investment. And in almost every company in the world, from a small business mom-and-pop shop to a giant corporation, a static culture will always grow for good or evil, and the measures of those designations decide the success or failure of the enterprise. Trump as a business person, a very successful one, understands these kinds of things, so Americans clearly picked him over the Beltway desire of Hillary Clinton. The intelligence community obviously had other ideas, this fourth branch of government was filled with unelected bureaucrats, and in 2020 that election had many obvious problems that are still unresolved. It was noticeable in our free society as opposed to places around the world that aren’t so free, and Bill Barr found himself stuck between loyalty to the office of the President, which he takes seriously, and the preservation of the Beltway culture that is isolated from the concerns of the rest of the world.
If you’ve ever been to Washington D.C., you will have seen that the region around that capital city is filled with extremely wealthy people, most of them working in the structure of Beltway culture. They live off taxpayers’ efforts and are hedged from the concerns of diabolical economic decisions created by that same Beltway culture. For them, the value of their existence is the Washington D.C. culture which employs them with bureaucratic jobs, rates of pay that are entirely too high, and there are too many people working in that system taking money. Government is way too big, employs too many people, and costs too much for what they do. And to preserve themselves, they need to keep out opinions to the contrary, who see the situation as a bloated monstrosity of inefficiency and corruption. Someone who has worked in the world at solving those very problems cannot be allowed in to disrupt that culture, which is what Bill Barr was saying as a protector of that system. Washington, D.C., is filled with hundreds of thousands of people just like Bill Barr, so any reform to that culture is a significant threat to their very existence. And that is what a second term of Trump would bring, chaos and destruction to that “Drain the Swamp” mentality, and to be honest, many people in the swamp want to remain hidden. And our intelligence agencies, who have been caught killing presidents, rigging elections around the world, overthrowing governments, and causing a lot of disorder everywhere for the benefit of the Beltway culture, were not just going to allow people to pick their President and bring disruption and chaos to their lives. What Bill Barr was warning about to the audience that he was speaking it to is precisely the kind of thing that the American people want to see happen.
I would say that the Beltway culture could be reduced to 10% of what it is presently. (meaning a 90% layoff of the present employee structure) The recent acquisition of Twitter by Elon Musk is a good example of a micro-culture that had a lot of top-heavy costs sucking off the company in devastating ways to that culture. It was good for them as a job but bad for the efficiency of the company and the end user, the consumer. Musk was able to remove most of the employees and still run the company effectively, and that has stirred up a lot of people who are upset with Musk as an employer because he embraces chaos so intently. But to any executive who gets it, chaos is a manager’s best friend regardless of politics. It shows you where the problems are and indicates how to fix them. And in successful cultures, Trump has managed chaos to significant effect, and people voted for him to go to the Beltway culture, slash many of the jobs there, and drain the swamp. But the Beltway, with all their highly paid useless government jobs, don’t want that chaos because they are hiding behind it with all their jobs that are essentially destroying our government. It’s great for them, but not good for the country. So when Bill Barr was critical of the “horror show” of another Trump presidency, which looks to be evident at this point, that is what he and others are so worried about. The American people want the corrupt employees and politicians of the Beltway culture to be scared. So a horror show is precisely what we want. We don’t like corruption. We don’t like that they don’t represent us. And we are sick of paying for a mess and want a change. And that is why a Trump Horror Show is exactly what voters want, and more!