Trump Predicted to Win by a Landslide

Guest Editorial by Wayne Root

Democrats are delusional. They try to destroy Trump. They try to ruin Trump. It never works. No matter how hard they try, they can’t beat Trump.

Let me give you a great example. Three Sundays ago, I was busy watching NFL football, when my phone rang. “Are you watching Fox News?” my buddy Jack asked. “Turn it on. It’s the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen in politics. Go there now!”

Sure enough, Jack was right. I’ve never seen anything like it in my entire life. I would not have believed it, if I didn’t see it with my own eyes.

There was President Trump in a football stadium in Houston, Texas, giving a speech to 50,000 American Indian immigrants (from India). Yes, I said fifty thousand. It was Reliant Stadium, home to the Houston Texans. And it was full- like there was an NFL game going on. Trump is as popular as the NFL on a Sunday morning…with Indian immigrants.

Keep in mind the Democrat presidential frontrunners rarely get more than a hundred to a few hundred fans to show up. Trump routinely gets 10,000 to 20,000. But the press explains it away by saying “it’s a sea of white faces.”

But these weren’t white faces. These were 50,000 dark skinned immigrants from India, now proud Americans. And they love Trump. They screamed his name, “Trump, Trump, Trump!” They gave him standing ovations. This was clearly a once-in-a-lifetime phenomenon.

The Prime Minister of India stood on stage arm in arm with Trump, while the crowd cheered Trump’s name. Trump could have run for Prime Minister of India at that moment and won. Amazing.

And no one in the mainstream media reported this once-in-a-lifetime event. Not a word.

Doesn’t the media claim Trump is hated by people of color? Yet here were 50,000 American Indians cheering Trump like he’s the “King of Indian Immigrants.”

No politician in US political history has ever achieved something like this. It was like a Billy Graham revival.

More proof of how Trump is changing politics. Forget polls. I speak to Hispanics and blacks every day who love Trump.

Trump’s not losing in 2020. And I believe deep down, Democrats know that. That’s why they are rushing to frame him and impeach him.

But it won’t work. Let me explain why.

Only three things can happen with impeachment. In each case, Trump wins.

First, House Democrats try to impeach Trump, but can’t muster enough votes to impeach. They look like over-reaching fools and sore losers. Trump wins by an electoral landslide in 2020.

Second, the House impeaches Trump. But the Senate acquits him. Democrats look like over-reaching fools and sore losers. Trump wins by an electoral landslide in 2020.

Third, the House impeaches. Then a jealous, bitter, backstabbing, sore-loser Mitt Romney leads a RINO revolt against Trump in the Senate. They convict Trump. He’s removed from office.

Guess what happens next? Impeachment removes a president from office, but doesn’t disqualify him from holding future office.

Result? Trump runs for re-election as an independent and is re-elected President of the United States when all 63 million Trump voters leave the GOP to support Trump.

Trump gets revenge by destroying the GOP. Mitt Romney and the GOP won’t get 5 million votes. The party will be finished, kaput. The GOP goes the way of the Whigs.

And Trump campaigns against every GOP Senator who voted against him- ending all of their careers.

In each case, Trump wins.

My advice to the GOP Senate: Cross Trump at your own peril. A vote to convict Trump is a vote to destroy the GOP forever and end your Senate careers in disgrace.

And my advice to backstabber Mitt Romney. Find a new party. You are a disgrace and embarrassment to me and 63 million Trump voters.


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No Safe Spaces Release Date: October 24, 2019

By Pie Guevara

Pie Guevara is an unregistered trademark of Engulf and Devour Investments LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Walton Industries which, in turn, is wholly owned by David Walton. So there!


If freedom of speech in our country is an issue for you then consider joining me to view this 1 hour and 35 minute documentary when it is generally available. Originally scheduled for release in the fall of 2018 it is being premiered at the Harkins Theaters location in Scottsdale Arizona on the 24th a 7:00 pm (local time).

No Safe Spaces

Harkins Theater Schedule


The Never Ending Middle East Mess

by Jack

Sorry for slow postings, but I have been down with a bad cold.  Feeling a little better today.   

The New York Times, among many other major news papers, has been soundly bashing Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Kurdish controlled regions in Syria.

But, like everything else in the middle east there is no clear black and white, good or bad, here.  Let’s recap this situation.  First the area in dispute  has been a conflict zone between Turkey, Syria and Kurds for about two hundred years or more.  Second, there are some problems in the world that the USA can’t solve, we can only manage them.

For the last 15 years have helped us in Iraq and later with ISIS.  The was a mutually beneficial arrangement that guaranteed them more autonomy and security.  So they go something and we got something from our arrangement.

The number of US troops that had to be removed from Kurdish dominated areas of Syria was less than a 1000.

President  Erdogan of Turkey told Trump they were invading to create a safe zone between Syria and Turkey.  The US had the option of remaining and watching the invasion and possibly becoming part of the conflict or leaving.  Trump chose to leave, rather than engage a NATO ally.

Of course the Kurds wasted no time in turning to Bashir Assad for help and in turn the Russians and now they are marching to confront the Turks.

This is a real complex, messy situation and we could spend billions for a fix and have nothing to show for it.  If anyone says Trump blundered they aren’t looking at all sides.  Don’t misunderstand, Trump’s decision could turn out very bad for us and the world, but only time will tell.



Gavin Newsom Could Soon Make California’s Gun Laws Even Worse

Not By Pie Guevara

Pie Guevara is an unregistered trademark of Engulf and Devour Investments LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Walton Industries which, in turn, is wholly owned by David Walton. So there!


“Not by Pie Guevara” since I am simply linking to an article from another source. Thanks to RHT447 for this link. Commiefornia may soon pass even more outrageous laws to abridge citizens right to bear arms (aka “sensible gun regulation”). What follows is a link to the original article sans embellishment or analysis of my own —

Gavin Newsom Could Soon Make California’s Gun Laws Even Worse



Northern California PG&E Power Outage Day 2

Thanks to RHT447 for this vid —


Trump Rally Live Tonight NOW

By Pie Guevara

Pie Guevara is an unregistered trademark of Engulf and Devour Investments LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Walton Industries which, in turn, is wholly owned by David Walton. So there!


Given recent events, this should be interesting. Join me. Tell me what you think right now, live on Post Scripts. I’ll be monitoring the comments section to update them if any come in about this event.


CA Leads the Nation Again –

by Jack

The liberals controlling the CA government from top to bottom have prioritized our needs and determined it was necessary to pass new legislation to aid many of our residents….  Was it lower sales taxes?  No.  Was it a repeal of sanctuary laws?  No.  Was it other get tough on crime laws?  No.  Wait, wait… I know, I know…lower DMV fees, right?   No, Bunky but none of that is on their list of priorities.

Without further anticipation, here is the new legislation….it is now illegal for a barber shop to advertise prices for men’s or women’s haircuts.   It must be gender neutral pricing  and priced according to short, medium or long hair.  This is your tax dollars at work.   To double your glee, CA also passed a law to create a gender neutral birth certificate, now legal in in Oregon, Washington, California, and New Jersey.

And the good news just keeps on coming:  California could become one of the first states to outlaw racial discrimination because of hairstyles — such as braids and dreadlocks — in a move aimed at challenging long-held standards of professionalism in the workplace.  As a cop or a fireman I bet you’ve always wanted hair like Sideshow Bob, right?  Well, now you can and the Chief can’t fire you!  Green hair and dread locks are perfectly acceptable and soon to be protected by law.

The California Senate voted 37-0 on Monday to approve a bill that would update the state’s anti-discrimination law so that the term “race” includes “traits historically associated with race.”   In some occupations haircuts are about safety, but in CA that is no longer a consideration?


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The Far Left Kurd Terrorists of Northern Syria

By Pie Guevara

Pie Guevara is an unregistered trademark of Engulf and Devour Investments LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Walton Industries which, in turn, is wholly owned by David Walton. So there!


I thought it a bit odd that one of the comment contributors to Post Scripts who has frequently and vigorously expressed his hatred and contempt for Christians and Christian values in these pages would grieve over Turkey invading Syria ostensibly to “begin an ethnic cleansing of the Christian Kurds.”

This specious comment and Peggy’s link to an OAN interview of a former officer of the CIA prompted me to look more deeply into the Kurds in northern Syria. (A vid of that interview appears at the bottom of the page and merits a viewing. Thank you again Peggy.)

Some of this I had known before and some of it is new to me. As it turns out the situation is a complex one that involves many bad actors and encompasses not just the past decade or so but hundreds of years of hatred, resentment, animosity, and religious and ethnic tribalism.

Without going into a detailed examination which has been done elsewhere across literally hundreds of articles and much better than I can do here, I will merely list a few of the salient points of interest to me and maybe to you. Those who wish to form a deeper understanding can join me on the web and do further research of their own. There is an abundance of relevant information to be had. Those who wish to engage in a civil opinion and intelligence sharing conversation in the comments section are invited to do so. The gang of two can go pound sand and will be ignored by me. I have had enough of those two witless twits for this month.

1) Before the Syrian Civil War approximately 10% of the Syrian population was Syriac/Assyrian, Armenian or Arab Christian. Together they formed one of the largest Christian minorities in the middle east. Early in the war Christian communities were armed by Syrian and Kurdish governments to defend themselves against sectarian Sunni Islamic rebels. These sectarian Sunni rebels included Wahhabi Sunni jihadists who eventually formed the core of  ISIS.

2) Around 2016 Syrian Kurds seeking to establish an autonomous political federation in northern Syria clashed with Assyrian militias in and about Qamishli. At the time Qamishli was primarily controlled by U.S. backed Kurdish Democratic Union Party and their security forces.

So, here in 1 and 2 we have Assyrian forces (including Assyrian Christian militias) battling Kurds (including Christian Kurd militias) in northern Syria and the U.S. siting right in the middle of this mess. Given that Muslims have a long history of killing other Muslims over religion and political power in this region it does not surprise me that Christians (who had a similar history hundreds of years ago) should be killing one another too.

3) The thorn in Turkey’s side for decades has not been Christian Kurds in northern Syria but the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), a far left militant and political organization based in Turkey and Iraq. The PKK now has a presence in northern Syria. These are not “Christian Kurds” they are Marxist terrorists.

4) The PKK is listed as a terrorist organization by several states and organizations, including the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan and the European Union.

5) Question: So why would Ergodan seek to commit genocide of Christian Kurds? The answer he that he is not. He is targeting Kurds seeking autonomy and PKK terrorists which he believes makes Northern Syria an unstable neighbor and a threat to his regime. That northern Syrian Kurds happen to include Christian Kurds is a happy circumstance for this Islamic despot, not a policy for the eradication of Christians. Of course it should go without saying that Ergodan is also flexing his muscles to expand his own power base into Syria under the premise of politically stabilizing the area.

Whether Turkey actually seeks to exterminate Kurds the way it exterminated Armenians is a possibility but not a probability as some would have us believe. If Turkey ends up wiping out the Christian Kurdish population that will just be a happy side effect for Ergodan and Muslims in the region, not the driving force behind his move.

The pulling out of northern Syria by President Trump has been roundly condemned around the world. Why is it that now that the rest of the world has been given an ideal opportunity to show the President how to properly handle Middle East affairs there seem to be no takers? Can it be that the world community of nations is reluctant to spend their treasure and blood in this region and still get nowhere but into a deeper morass of deep seated tribal hatreds and despotic thuggery that goes back hundreds of years?

I understand Trump’s desire to get the U.S. out of this mess and whether or not it will turn into a bigger mess remains to be seen.

Moreover, Ergodan is not immune to the opinions of the rest of the world and the pressures that could be brought to bear if a few nations decide to take up some responsibility for policing peace themselves instead of relying on the U.S. to act as the world’s police force. If the rest of the world so hates us (as the left would have us believe) then why would they want us to act as their police force in the first place? (This is a rhetorical question. I already know the answer to and so should you.)

The loser in all this will likely and ultimately be the hope of any form of Kurdish autonomy in the region. For that I am sad and ambivalent about Trump’s decision.

An intriguing part of this mess is the presence of the Marxist terrorist PKK organization in northern Syria and their ties to … Antifa! This is where Peggy’s link to an OAN interview on Oct. 9, 2019 of a former officer of the CIA provides some invaluable insight —






Colonel Douglas Macgregor on Syria Withdrawal

By Pie Guevara

Pie Guevara is an unregistered trademark of Engulf and Devour Investments LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Walton Industries which, in turn, is wholly owned by David Walton. So there!


Much thanks to Peggy for pointing this out to me. I found it so important and thought provoking that I decided it deserved front page status.

The first vid is from Tucker Carlson Tonight, Dec 23, 2018. It begins with Mr. Carlson’s own views and observations. Colonel Douglas Macgregor appears at approximately the 9 minute mark. This piece of opinion journalism and the interview with Colonel Macgregor merits watching in its entirety.

The next vid is an interview of Colonel Douglas Macgregor by Tucker Carlson last night (Oct. 8 2019).

Again, thank you Peggy!

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Chico Air Museum – Historic Aircraft on Display to Public

by Jack

Can we just take a break here, just for today…lets skip the headline news?  How about we talk about something fun, like the new planes destined for the Chico Air Museum.  That’s right, it’s almost a done deal, two and possibly three new aircraft are in negotiation for transport.  Transport is all that’s holding two of them up.

The first candidate is a U.S. Army AH-1 Cobra helicopter.  (See left)  The Cobra is a very advanced and a somewhat stealthy ground support helicopter.  It’s fast and has a substantial combat history in Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Cobra is a two-blade, single-turbine engine attack helicopter manufactured by Bell Helicopter. It was developed using the engine, transmission and rotor system of the Bell UH-1 Iroquois. A member of the prolific Huey family, the AH-1 is also referred to as the Huey-Cobra or Snake.  Top speed is 141 mph, pretty darn fast for a helo.

The next candidate is a jet trainer called the T-38 Talon.  It’s a fast, highly maneuverable jet with a pilot and co-pilot.

At one time this plane served as an escort for the SR-71 to aid in landing approaches at Beale AFB.

The T-38 (still in use – see right) trained many US fighter pilots, however in another configuration it was called the T-5 Tiger Shark and it was a true fighter.  A number of NATO allies bought this plane for the first line of defense.  Perhaps one of it’s best known roles for the Talon was as an op-force (enemy) fighter used to train F14 and F15 pilots against Russian tactics.   They were usually painted black and had a red star painted on the side to resemble an old Soviet plane.

And the last plane under consideration is a show condition, award winning plane, that is famous from coast to coast.  It’s identity is restricted for time being due to ongoing negotiations.  However, I can tell you it is a plane that has graced the cover of more than one major aviation magazine.   It’s truly a stunner.  But, we’re running out of room and this plane is definitely an indoor display only!   Maybe we can make room by hanging another plane from the rafters in our hanger?  We’ve done that with our EAA bi-plane and it looks pretty cool. More room up there than on our floor.

Soon to be improved is our aircraft model collection.  The model room is destined for brand new glass display cases.  Many of our models are one of a kind that date back over 60 years and they need to be displayed in safe and secure manner… without little hands being able to grab them, know what I mean?

Simply put, we have amassed a fortune in rare and collectable aircraft at our airport-based museum and it’s well worth seeing.  For example, our F-15 Eagle cost taxpayers over $80M and we saved it from the boneyard.  Now you can see this mach 2.5 fighter jet and talk to one of our staff experts on this plane and many others.

On the flip side of those faster than the speed of sound aircraft is the beautifully done SPAD Model 13 (see below right) as used in the Great War circa 1917.  You can see one in the Smithsonian or you can see one right here in Chico (for free).

One of the rarest planes in our collection is currently under renovation by our A and P team.  Its due for display sometime in 2020.  This is the ultra-rare USN Guardian sub-hunter, designed during WWII, but not completed until 1950.  It is one of six known to exist.  Ours may be the best and most complete of the six.

Have you always wanted to take the pilots seat in the cockpit of bomber with its complex array of dials, gauges and switches?  See me and I will give you a quick lesson in how to prepare for takeoff.

Chico’s #1 attraction – The Chico Air Museum. 

We’ve got a little something for everyone and that’s no joke.  There’s a kiddy area inside with a mini-theater and a big screen TV.  Playing now is Pixar’s, Planes.   We have a nice gift shop for aircraft-related souvenirs, clothing and toys.   There’s a special area just for educational tours, grades 3-8 and high schoolers.   Outside, we have a covered viewing area for planes coming and going right outside our hanger door.  On the opposite side of the tarmac is a fenced display area that features several rare Russian planes, an very rare F86 Saber jet (shown to the left), a P-80 Shooting Star, a huge H1 Piasecki chopper, a twin engine Neptune P2V, a Corsair II jet and more.

Admission is free, parking is free and it was built without costing the taxpayer’s one dime, it’s an all volunteer effort.   

  • 165 Ryan Ave
    Chico, CA 95973
  • Phone number (530) 345-6468 

Below is an A-7 Corsair, also on display in our outside yard.

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