The Messiah’s PSYOP on the American people looks to be kicking into high gear.
. . . when he delivers his acceptance speech at Denver’s Invesco Field before tens of thousands of adoring, cheering fans on the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” speech.
The camera will pan the stands — old and young, white and black and brown. Families will hold up small children to see him from afar. Variable camera angles will capture his profiles, his smile, his gestures. Michelle and the girls will thrill the crowd with a wave projected on the large stadium screen. In response, the crowd will lift a collective cheer.
Someone close to the mike will shout, “We love you, Obama.” He will echo, “I love you back.” The camera will focus close on one, perhaps two, with hankies held to their eyes. Tears because he has come, and they are the ones for whom they’ve waited.
Clarice Feldman recommends they call this spectacle Democratischeparteitag der Einheit und Starke