Prank Call By Trump / Supporters May Save America

Stoop Juice's Jose Franco who has no problem with Trump's Independence Day celebration, has written a book titled "The Stories I Tell Myself" to help bring Americans together through universal love & freedom of thought. The book originated as Mr. Franco's response to prank calls from Donald Trump or Trump supporters back in 2017.
NEW YORK - July 3, 2019 - PRLog -- Back in January 23, 2018 wrote an article titled "Park Slope Juice Man Could Be The Next President Of The United States" about Jose Franco, who previously blamed Trump for hacking Stoop Juice's website. At first, most of Mr. Franco's friends thought he was losing his mind, many unfriended him on Facebook after he posted a long rant announcing he's running for President in 2020. Today, they've returned along with thousands of new friends who've downloaded and read Mr Franco's book " The Stories I Tell Myself". Jose was recently asked if he's attending Donald Trump's Fourth Of July Celebration In Washington DC, this is what he had to say, "I'm often in situations of wanting to help spread a message of universal love and realistic hope, like I tried to do in my book "The Stories I Tell Myself". I wrote it despite not knowing what every American might be in need of. I'd like to help all Americans, and yet I lack a real grasp of what I could plausibly offer; I'm hoping most of us haven't become jaded and our minds aren't impenetrable or opaque as we celebrate the 4th of July. I think we all possess a superpower, a capacity to give people something we can be sure they fundamentally require, founded on a primordial and basic insight into human nature: that all of us are in deep need of reassurance. With that said, I find comments against Trump's celebration beset by a sense of insecurity and, beneath some excellent camouflage, to a greater or lesser extent, of sadness. If this sounds like you, you are not alone. On November 2016, I experienced 3 weeks of torturing myself with the most negative self talk imaginable. I've come to realize, we are the stories we tell ourselves. We must not become distracted or take the bait of any of Donald Trump's antics. With that said, no one has the right to tell you what celebration to attend. In Trump's defense, he may be confusing & attempting to utilize insincere flattery & pageantry as reassurance. Regardless if you attend or not, I hope we can tell the difference between both. We flatter in order to extract benefit, we reassure in order to help.  Has Donald Trump ever been reassuring? If so, when? Download book here

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