Published on 28 Apr 2017

Josh Sigurdson sits down with author and economic analyst John Sneisen to discuss the mega flip flop and further appeasement Trump continues to perpetuate regarding NAFTA.
According to President Trump, just a day after Bannon announced they had finished and readied the executive order to pull the United States out of NAFTA, he decided not to pull out and instead renegotiate it following phone calls with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto who he claimed he “liked a lot”.
Trump once called NAFTA “the worst trade deal in history” and railed against it during the campaign.
NAFTA creates globalist monopolies, manipulated the markets with crazy regulations, desecrates free markets and pushes small businesses out of the picture as they struggle to compete.
It’s important to mention that both sides are inherently leftists/collectivist. From globalist policy making like NAFTA where it regulates the markets and unfairly pushes competition out, to nationalist protectionism which also pushes competition out of the market, leaving out the individual’s demand.
NAFTA also affects intellectual property and sets a precedent of normalization when it comes to global governing powers.

This is just one of countless massive flip flops by Donald Trump during his short presidency. Though some may say it’s the deep state truly pulling those strings as per usual. Some may even say that the whole campaign was a scam to begin with which certainly makes sense as the establishment continues to bring the bar up when it comes to fooling the public with limited hangouts and so-called anti-establishment figures. “Change” has been the talking point of every election for nearly 100 years. Interesting how things never actually change but people continue to fall for the more and more clever schemes each and every time.

Stay tuned as we continue to update you on this development.

Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

Josh Sigurdson
John Thore Stub Sneisen

Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson