The Sting is a movie classic that was made in 1973 starring famous movie actors Paul Newman and Robert Redford. The movie was hugely successful and was nominated for several academy awards. It is based on the concept of pulling one over on someone while they think they are the ones in control. It likens itself along the lines of what magic is based upon. That is misdirection. The audience is misdirected by a distraction so that the magician can pull off the impossible magic trick.
We may be witnessing today the greatest sting even in the history of politics. And the person that is pulling the strings is President Donald J Trump. I know what you are thinking. You are thinking you have to be crazy. Well maybe I am, but hear me out on this one. Let’s examine history and more recently political history.
Donald J Trump his entire life has always been one step ahead of his competition. In many instances he is many steps ahead. Moreover, he is like a chess-master. He sees and makes moves on the board way in advance before anyone else sees them. And every time people wonder how did he do that or know to do that?
Donald J Trump laid it all out in his Best-Selling Book, “The Art of The Deal”. There is no doubt he knows how to play the game. He has an uncanny ability to read people and asses their strengths and weaknesses very quickly. He follows the old mafia adage, “Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer.”
He ran a modified version of the sting in his campaign for president. He had an entire field of seasoned politicians all looking one way while he went the other way to victory,
Now we come to the “Russia Story” and it appears to me it will be the greatest sting in political history. While everyone is looking one way or is being misdirected to look at Russia as a problem for Trump, he is going to blow it wide open for the real culprits. That would be Hillary, Obama, Holder, Jarrett, and the entire Deep State.
The real story is starting to come out. Slowly, but it is a steady-stream that is growing daily. But that is how a sting works. You don’t see it coming until it’s too late.
Cary Michael Cox