Am I a prophet, or what?

A few weeks ago, I observed:

I’m forced to wonder whether the progressive left in this country are under the impression that if enough of them scream at the top of their voices against President Trump, for long enough, they can provoke an ‘Arab Spring’-type uprising here, and topple him from power.

Am I a prophet, or what?

While the social media company appears to be treading water after a rough past few months, which includes a number of high-level staff departures and a relatively sinking stock price, Twitter Founder Jack Dorsey sees his platform’s influence in society remaining largely the same, if not growing.

“A lot of the same patterns we’ve seen during the Iranian Green Revolution and the Arab Spring,” Dorsey said Wednesday at a tech conference hosted by Goldman Sachs, according to Fortune. “It was stunning to see how Twitter was being used to have a conversation about the government, with the government.”

There’s more at the link.

Daft, demented and deluded . . . but they’re out there.

I can only remind Mr. Dorsey about what happened to the Arab Spring.  I have little doubt that the same thing will happen to any  “Progressive Spring” over here, if moonbats like Mr. Dorsey try to make that a reality.



  1. The inevitable solution: Chinese formalism with American characteristics.

    In fact, I thought that was the Trump plan since Day One of his Presidency.

  2. The elites cannot start a grass roots revolution.

    No matter how much they whine from rooftops, the Deplorables will win.

    We Deplorables can win by voting at polling places, or by voting from rooftops. I prefer the former, but the latter is still on the table. Choose carefully, elite snowflakes.

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