By Rick Wells
Nigel Farage delivers a strong endorsement of President Trump and America under his leadership, pointing out the powerful enemies in the media and globalists like Soros will…
Nigel Farage told the audience attending CPAC that sometimes you’ve got to wait for the rewards of the good fight, citing the victories of Donald Trump and the Brexit vote in 2016 as examples of having successfully “stuffed the establishment.”
He says the movement is continuing, with only 8% of the across Europe going to patriotic parties in 2000, this year that number has climbed to 24%. Farage sees President Trump as the inspiration for the future, saying, “I thought he’d be good but he has exceeded all expectations. He’s on the way to being a truly great President of this country.”
While noting that there “is a lot of good news out there,” Farage notes that we must not underestimate our enemies.”
He observes, “The establishment, in some ways, are fighting harder to damage the reputation of the President and indeed to try to delay, water down, or stop Brexit. These people will never stop and you’ve seen it here in this country. That now the mainstream media have actually become the opposition.”
Farage informs the audience that, according to the mainstream propagandists, he is an international spy at the center of an international web and that he is the one person connecting Trump, Putin and Julian Assange. He’s supposedly been running memory sticks back and forth from the White House and Kremlin to Assange, they claim.
He too is supposedly under threat of a Mueller indictment and has been funded by the Russians for his entire political career. Farage then, against that backdrop, launches a fierce and brutally accurate criticism of the left, who, no matter what, will continue to keep fighting against freedom and self-government.
Farage raises the name of George Soros in his depiction of how powerful the leftist enemies are, noting that he’s put $30 billion into his Open Society agitation organization, sponsoring civil unrest and attacking representative government across the West. He says people like Soros “don’t believe in the existence of the nation state.”
But with that challenge, Farage says he’s also noticed that Americans are once again optimistic about the future. He credits the election of President Trump, saying, “Under those eight years of Obama, people thought much less of America at the end of that eight year period.” One audience member shouts out “lock him up,” to which Farage replies, “I agree.” Don’t we all.
He warns of an effort by the unholy trinity of big banks, big business and big politics to stop Brexit from happening. They may force another vote and if they do, Farage pledges to once again be on the front lines in that fight.