Maybe none of this has to do with politics. Maybe the only "left" and "right" in the game is about the size of the wads of dollars coming out of the fists of people like the Kochs and Donald Trump.
Trump has bought the Kochs' top advisors and bag men.
... The conservative billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch are seeing some of their top operatives take jobs with the presidential campaign of Donald Trump.
The fact that many of Trump’s political positions are at odds with those of the Koch brothers does not seem to be a factor.
Take Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s campaign manager, who spent many years of his career working for the Koch political network, first as an assistant at the Koch-led group Citizens for a Sound Economy in 1997 and from 2008 through earlier this year as a senior staff member to the Koch’s primary grassroots group, Americans for Prosperity. Over the last seven years, Lewandowski helped the Koch network organize Tea Party events and get-out-the-vote efforts for Republican candidates for office.
Alan Cobb, a strategic consultant for Trump, is the former director of Kansas public affairs for Koch Industries and also worked for years as a vice president at Americans for Prosperity. ...TheIntercept
And it goes on from there.
The Donald has been disinvited from various Koch meetings and fundraisers and recently tweeted, according to Intercept: "I wish good luck to all of the Republican candidates that traveled to California to beg for money etc. from the Koch Brothers. Puppets."
Oh, well... When it comes to elections, we're all puppets. We just think we're thinking.