Welcome to Doc’s FidoSysop Web Archive, my tiny little piece of cyberspace. I’m an MS-DOS days Fidonet network computer bulletin board system operator turned pro-webmaster and blogger, hanging out online and keeping up with tech and politically what’s going on in my homeland today! 😥
Over the years, I’ve observed my once-proud homeland going to crap! Greedy politicians have sold America out. Once proud American cities turned into slums, their politicians became more prosperous and powerful. It seemed our homeland was a goner as businesses moved overseas where labor was cheap. Skilled American workers lost their jobs, causing hard times and setting in motion foreclosures and vehicle repossessions. Nobody cared about the American worker cast aside by corporations!
Like so many Americans years ago, I figured politicians were all crooks, and voting was picking the lesser of the two evils. But in 2015, a very successful non-politician American businessman stepped forward running for president whose campaign promised to Make America Great Again! When he officially announced his campaign he was attacked by mainstream media and censored by social media. When he won big in 2016, it shocked big tech headed by Google, who altered their search algorithm to bury positive content and prioritize the negative. While technology has improved most of our lives, the downside of this technology is how it’s being manipulated for political purposes. 🙁
His name is Donald J. Trump. He kept his word and made Americans proud again! Lower corporate taxes enticed corporations to move back to America, which was respected worldwide. Then came Covid-19 that forced America’s businesses to close. I believe that politics was behind the Wuhan lab leak. Donald Trump was taking a big bite out of China’s economy. They had to halt Trump’s roaring economy and prevent him from winning another term. The rest is an absolute political nightmare!
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