Why is the Guardian expecting the Bilderberg group to grade Trump?
One would think that a left-wing newspaper would want American voters to grade Trump rather than a secret meeting of super elite globalists. But the Guardian acts as if we should take for granted that the evaluation of this secretive international group matters. The article seems to forget, somehow, that Donald Trump ran against everything the Bilderbergers stand for.
What kind of progressive publication would post the headline, “Bilderberg 2017: secret meeting of global leaders could prove a problem for Trump,” and not take the side of Trump? But the Guardian seems to think the Bilderbergers are a trustworthy bunch.
The storm around Donald Trump is about to shift a few miles west of the White House, to a conference centre in Chantilly, Virginia, where the embattled president will be getting his end-of-term grades from the people whose opinion really matters: Bilderberg.
The secretive three-day summit of the political and economic elite kicks off on Thursday in heavily guarded seclusion at the Westfields Marriot, a luxury hotel a short distance from the Oval Office. The hotel was already on lockdown on Wednesday, and an army of landscapers have been busy planting fir trees around the perimeter, to protect coy billionaires and bashful bank bosses from any prying lenses.
Perched ominously at the top of the conference agenda this year are these words: “The Trump Administration: A progress report”. Is the president going to be put in detention for tweeting in class? Held back a year? Or told to empty his locker and leave? If ever there’s a place where a president could hear the words “you’re fired!”, it’s Bilderberg.
If the Bildergers grade Trump badly, they will be helping him get re-elected in 2020.
Here’s a CNN story about the Bilderberg group from a few years ago:
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