Donald Trump Wins Oscar For Convincing Libertarian Party He Is Pro Freedom

Donald Trump Wins Oscar For Convincing Libertarian Party He Is Pro Freedom

In an attempt to get people interested in politics again, as well as the failing Academy Awards, Donald Trump has achieved his best performance yet at the Libertarian Convention over the weekend. During the convention, he said nice things about Bitcoin, promised to free Ross, lower taxes, all to bring legitimacy back to the political process, which has left a good portion of the country feeling disenfranchised.

The Academy Awards, which has recently been dominated by woke ideology, has appeared to shift strategies out of self preservation by presenting Donald Trump with best lead acting role. "Donald Trump has been an actor his whole life. While many of us may disagree with his politics, redirect, etc, no one can disagree that he is getting people excited about the idea of voting and convincing people to give up on doing productive things with their lives. In this political environment, that's no small feat," A spokesperson for the Academy Awards told the Bugle.

While much of the audience preferred to keep the libertarian party a fringe autistic group of people, focusing on issues like the age of consent, arguing about Drag Queens, and talking about ending the Fed through failing to elect politicians, it appears the Libertarian Party has been launched into the mainstream as a place to promote "uniparty candidates."

"For decades, nobody took the Libertarian Party seriously. Over the weekend we changed that as we gave Donald Trump a platform to allow him to win an academy award. Not only did we assist in his best acting performance yet, but we also had influence over the script for him to say nice things about Libertarians and the message."

-Angela McArdle, Chair of the Libertarian Party

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Donald Trump has not taken a moment to rest, and has continued his incredible acting performance by hinting at the idea that after almost pulling the trigger on assassinating Julian Assange, he is considering pardoning him. He told this to non credentialed role playing journalist, Tim Pool in an interview.

Trump's performance comes at a desperate time in American politics where individuals are fed up with government non compliance and authoritarianism. Individuals desperately long for good politicians with acting skills to help them believe again in a system that facilitated the Covid 19 lockdowns, and unprecedented money printing.

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But not everyone has bought into Trump's magnificent performance. Stacker News user Darth Coin, and fringe political commentator, Larken Rose appear to be dissenting voices in the crowd. Also there was a contingent of attendees at the event that booed the former president during his speech.

Rose and Darth Coin believe that Donald Trump is not pro freedom and that he will repeat a lot of his same totalitarian policies that he did before, as well as continue to bring legitimacy to a non compliant government. They appear to be among a minority of individuals who are able to distinguish between who Donald Trump and his brilliant acting performance.

Is Trump's Oscar a reflection of how low the bar has been set in both acting, as well as American politics? Or is his performance an indication that when he is elected, he plans to be as ungovernable and noncompliant as the deep state puppets currently in office?

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