America Is A 70s Disaster Film Starring Donald Trump

If you’re think­ing seri­ous­ly about the future of Amer­i­ca, you know that right now all bets are off. Face it: Amer­i­ca is going down. It’s full of ene­my com­bat­ants ready to strike. It’s a nuclear time bomb. It’s the tallest build­ings crum­bling to dust. It’s a cor­po­rate-con­trolled sur­veil­lance state. It’s ghet­tos, graf­fi­ti, and the aban­doned shell of indus­try. It’s end­less ugly chain stores, tran­sient strip-mall archi­tec­ture, cheap­ly built McMan­sions, and shod­dy import­ed goods no one is proud of. It’s the glam­orous, Gold­en Age of Hol­ly­wood trans­formed into a raunchy, foul-mouthed, vio­lent beast. It’s the Titan­ic about to test her might upon an ice­berg. It’s a cat­a­stro­phe right out of a 70s dis­as­ter film — that’s the real­i­ty of Amer­i­ca right this sec­ond.

And when Don­ald Trump end­ed his speech last week in South Car­oli­na, I knew he had the lead role in this movie…

First pub­lished in The Dai­ly Caller.