Watch as (((Ben))) does what Jews do best, fumble around a conversation then cave when he sees his arguments may cost him money in the long run.
‘I don’t think Trump knows a goddamn thing about economics’
The Republican economist talks about the 2016 election and why he’ll still vote for Donald Trump despite this ‘preposterous’ ideas about the economy
Ben Stein, writer, economist, actor and Republican, has seen a lot of elections but none like this. “It has been an extremely strange year,” says the 71-year-old who got his start as a speechwriter for Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford.
Stein has never voted for a Democrat, but he is appalled by Trump’s anti-free trade rhetoric that he says could lead to a trade war. Hillary Clinton probably has a better grasp of things, Stein thinks. Bernie Sanders, on the other hand, is “willfully ignorant”.
“I have seen a lot of elections and I have never seen anything like this. It seems to me it is a testament to the complete collapse of education that people can have such preposterous policies as an end to free trade and think that’s going to help America. It’s just startling that: a) the candidates know so little and; b) that the voters have not been better informed about this. The American education system is in a state of freefall collapse so that certainly explains a lot,” he says.
So NOW (((Stein))) is flabbergasted at low information voters? Where was he when all the Obamabots were flooding the voting pool?
Must be a cuck thing.
Anyway, he says this about the producers and providers:
In terms of raising tax on the rich, frankly, I think that’s a good idea. The rich in this country are really, really rich. And they can pay more tax. Whether that’s going to be enough to substantially affect the deficit is very, very questionable. I applaud Mr Sanders for wanting to seriously raise rates on the rich. That is something that should happen. If he did it, there would be a lot of yelling and screaming but I don’t think the deficit would be affected very much.
And he calls himself a Republican? That’s cute.
Now watch as he embarrasses himself talking about Donald Trump:
He is not a great businessman. He inherited a great deal of money. He did some successful real estate deals. Hardly anyone could miss doing successful real estate deals in New York considering the incredible boom that has taken place and the very low base point when he started out. He is not a great businessman at all – in no way.
Let me back up and say, everyone I know says he is an incredibly nice guy. That’s got to count for something. I don’t think he is a great businessman and even if he were a great businessman, that doesn’t mean he would be a great steward of the US economy. The two have nothing to do with each other.
Riiiggghhhht. Trump not a great businessman? Lots of people inherit a great deal of money. It takes a great businessman to build the empire that Trump has.
And what does (((Ben))) have to say about “regular folks”?
I don’t think the regular folks – of course, I don’t know that many regular folks – but I don’t think the regular folks know much about the economy or about how trade works. If the regular folks think that China came along in the middle of the night and stole all their jobs, then nothing could be further from the truth. It’s just nonsense. I think Trump is popular because he says: I am going to go to China and get those jobs back. But he is not going to be able to do that. And any attempt to try would be a disaster.
And then this:
But he has his charms. There must be something people like about him. I don’t get him but there must be something people like.
I’ll vote for him, by the way. I’ll vote for him because I think he does personify a kind of national pride which I think has been lacking in the Obama days and would be terribly lacking under Bernie Sanders and terribly lacking under Hillary Clinton. But I think his economics is way, way out of whack and he seriously needs some education about it. -Source
The above two paragraphs basically demonstrates how if you read between the lines of every Jewish commentator, you can find “Is it good for the Jews” (IIGFTJ) thought process at play. What is really being said is:
“I’ll vote for him because Jews understand tribalism. I have to give the impression that I’m on board for that not only for Jews, but for America too. I, being a Jew, understand the power of persuasion. Trump has that power so I will act like I endorse him long enough until which time I can find a way to manipulate either him or his supporters to act in the best interest, not of America, but of the Global Jew.