Trump is Molotov Cocktail You Can Throw on Crooked System, by Catherine Austin Fitts, a Wall Street type who was Assistant Secretary of Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner at the US Department of Housing and Urban Development in the first Bush Administration.
Michael Moore said in an interview that Donald Trump is a Molotov cocktail you can throw on the system.
Interestingly enough, if you look at the federal system, it has a negative return on investment to taxpayers. If you believe you can never fix that, then throwing a Molotov cocktail into the middle of that is the most intelligent thing you can do for productivity. …
I may have profound disagreements with Trump’s style, but I can throw the Molotov cocktail (voting for Trump). …
I was going to vote for Gary Johnson, but in the second debate when Trump said I will appoint a special prosecutor, I stood up and cheered. For the first time, we were talking about real accountability in America. Then, when he said if I were the President, you’d be in jail, I said that’s it, I am giving money to Donald Trump because that is the first time I have ever seen someone of national prominence on corporate media hold the leadership accountable for their actions.
Interesting point of view. Who will win?
A lot of this is going to come down to how the machinery is operated and rigged. If Clinton’s support is 10% or lower, it’s going to be really hard to rig it. If you look at the turnouts at the Trump rallies or the views online, it’s hard to imagine he does not win in the popular vote in a landslide.
But again, this comes down to the machinery, and the machinery is controlled very much by the people who show strong support for Clinton. I think it is very fluid, and I don’t know what is going to happen.