Dennis Miller Says Trump ‘Rope-a-Dope’ Working: ‘If You’re Going to Be the Cool Kids, You Cannot Be Hysterical Every Day’

Dennis Miller Says Trump ‘Rope-a-Dope’ Working: ‘If You’re Going to Be the Cool Kids, You Cannot Be Hysterical Every Day’, by Jerome Hudson. Dennis Miller is a veteran Hollywood actor and stand up comedian.

“If you’re going to be the cool kids, you cannot be hysterical every day,” Miller said of Democrats and the activists left who are constantly campaigning for Trump’s impeachment. “If you’re saying the guy is Hitler-like or he’s a hooker junky, you’re missing the point. Because eventually the boy who cried wolf syndrome takes over and people go ‘Geez, it seems to me that Trump won on November 8th and every single day it’s the end of the world.’”

“‘And I just looked up and the unemployment rate is 3.9% and 6.6% in the black community,’” Miller says the majority of Americans are thinking amid the left’s endless attacks on Trump.

“I just think the American people, the people in the middle, are starting to say, ‘Wait a second. Settle down for a second. Can I at least see if he can pull the North Korea South Korea thing off? Because if he does, you might want to take a break on this he’s Adolf Hitler thing,’” Miller explained. …

Another breaks from leftist lockstep:

Dennis Miller later acknowledged that he’s increasingly optimistic about the future of the country under Trump, despite his personal politics.

“Believe me, I’m socially as liberal as they come but I’d like to keep half my money and I don’t trust radical Islamists as far as I can throw them,” Miller says of why he “moved on from the liberal side on certain things.” …

How’s this for a big idea?

Miller’s second piece of advice to Trump would be to take a billion of his own fortune “and come in with a forklift one day and a hardhat on and I have it all in currency and I’d just drop it in front of Congress and I’d say, ‘Here, here’s my billion — start the wall.” …

Bullying is losing its grip:

“I do think that kids now are reaching this odd point in where the gospel through socialism of subsidized self-reliance is not going to play for these kids. They might parrot it when they’re on campus because they don’t want to be heckled in the library or the student union or shouted down or called a hater,” Miller said.

“If I was a kid right now and they asked me why I don’t want to practice socialism, I’d use their own language to get out of it; I’d say, ‘You know why I don’t want to practice socialism, because I don’t want to culturally appropriate Venezuela.”