The brilliant thread that captures the justified fury and cynicism of the MAGA mindset earns unanimous praise.
Darryl Cooper, host of The MartyrMade Podcast, recently posted a rather remarkable thread on social media explaining his take on the 2020 presidential election perspective held by many Trump supporters.
Cooper effectively laid the groundwork leading up to the election, an inconvenient truth for the left that shaped the minds of those who voted for former President Donald Trump.
The Twitter thread began with a reference to those at the United States Capitol on January 6, not that Cooper is justifying the violence that occurred that day in any way. While some obtained information from Fox News host Sean Hannity and others, he explains that this was not the primary reason for their conviction.
Cooper formed his observations, as he noted, through discussions with these individuals.
On the other hand, the Federal Bureau of Investigations' actions were central to the mindset of people he described as largely from the tea party movement.
This refers to the heinous actions leading up to and following Trump's election that have been largely swept under the rug by those on the left, including the media — or, worse, justified.
All of this was precipitated by the “Russian collusion” allegation, which was later revealed to be a hoax following a lengthy and expensive investigation.
Recall the phony Steele dossier that was purchased and paid for by Trump's political adversary, Hillary Clinton (her campaign), and the Democratic National Committee?
Regardless of the eventual outcome, Cooper said, the expected "reckoning" from Trump supporters never occurred, as he detailed some of the bureau's heinous actions.
Cooper referenced "a Regime that crossed all institutional boundaries" in his dissertation, referring to the regime that operated under Barack Obama, who sailed through the scandal unscathed thanks to his media protectors.
However, he noted, Trump supporters began to recognize the deep state's apolitical fingerprints on events.
Given their views on government, this completely disillusioned Trump supporters, but Cooper stated that the majority "could have dealt with the shock if it involved only the government."
“However, it is the corporate press's behavior that has radicalized them. They despise journalists more than any politician or government official, because they perceive them to be the most betrayed,” he explained.
He opined that this revelation had far-reaching implications. Consequences are permanent.
“The corporate press is the Regime's propaganda arm, which they can now see in outline form. Nothing anyone says will ever convince them otherwise,” Cooper stated. "This is a profoundly disorienting experience. Many of them are unsure whether ballots were tampered with in November 2020, but they are certain that the press, the FBI, and others would lie to them if there were. They have every reason to believe so, and it is almost certainly true.”
Cooper then delivers a devastating indictment of the American news media, explaining how Trump supporters witnessed them throw caution to the wind in order to "invent" stories from "whole cloth."
He cited the media's heinous behavior during Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings, their vile treatment of a Kentucky high school student who did nothing more than smile awkwardly when confronted by a liberal activist, and last summer's Black Lives Matter riots.
Cooper continued to present obvious truths, such as Democratic governors abusing COVID to alter voting procedures, Trump's phony impeachment, Hunter Biden's laptop scandal, and Big Tech's election-related "full-on censorship."
Regarding the laptop, he flipped the script, claiming that the New York Times, unlike the New York Post, would not have been censored for reporting on a laptop belonging to Donald Trump Jr. that contained similar content.
The 2020 election takes place amidst all of this iniquity. And despite the high turnout and a glimmer of hope, Cooper explained, "when the four critical swing states (and only those states) went dark at midnight, they knew."
“Media & Technology did everything possible to exacerbate the situation,” he tweeted. “Every aspect of the election was strange — the procedure changes, the unprecedented mail-in voting, the delays — but rather than admit it and make everything transparent, they prohibited discussion.”
And, Cooper observed, the former president's supporters were unconvinced by the courts' refusal to intervene "because of the opposition's embrace of mass political violence."
“They'll argue, with justification: What judge would risk his neck for Trump knowing he'll be demonized in the media while a violent mob burns down his house?”
If there is any hope for tomorrow, the thread's conclusion should reverberate throughout the country.
He discussed the effort to exploit the pandemic in order to assist Biden in “making up for a massive enthusiasm gap by gaming the mail-in ballot system,” with the understanding that the courts would not intervene.
“The threat of mass riots was explicit, not implied,” he explained.
He then summed it all up perfectly — an observation that the media will deny to their dying breath, but a reality that millions upon millions of Americans believe with their entire being:
Cooper tweeted: "a) From Day One, the entrenched bureaucracy and security state subverted Trump, b) The press is complicit, c) Election rules were changed, d) Big Tech censors opposition, e) Political violence is legitimized and encouraged, and f) Trump is banned from social media."
When he stated that the deep state believes "they are unworthy of representation and will go to any length to ensure they continue to receive it," he dropped a sobering final line.
“Trump supporters should be relieved he lost; it may have saved his life,” Cooper concluded.