Jerry imagines a world where we can all be free to speak our minds again if Donald Trump achieves the seemingly impossible and becomes the next President of the United States. If he does, it will a victory against the left wing establishments of the Fourth Estate and political elites.
Imagine a world where we could speak freely again
Donald Trump has called the media "dishonest", "losers", and sleaze".
The media has fought back by revealing he has a small penis, is actually an alien, and offering to fight him round the back as long as he promises not to hit them too hard.
And that's just The Times (remember the Times, before it vanished into journalistic obscurity behind a pay wall?
As I mentioned recently, the Mainstream Media has sacrificed its integrity to the internet. It is a cluttered jumble of clickbait, half truths and sensational nothings.
And yet still, many of our dear leaders blithely ignore this. Instead they court favour with the media, and in return the media scratches their backs too.
How refreshing then to see a man of power and position who is not in thrall to the Murdochs of this world, who is not afraid to speak the truth.
Remember the truth? It seems so long ago that one could speak one's mind and utter the truth without fear of censorship. Or giving offence. Mind you, as a former Director General of the BBC once said, "there are some people to whom one wishes to give offence".
Lord Beaverbrook, that icon of the media, was once asked about his stance on interfering with editorial policy. "I have one rule, and one rule alone", he said. "Don't offend the advertisers"
Quite how this marries up with the concept of an independent media, unafraid to speak the truth, I don't know. Perhaps it doesn't.
I certainly don't recall any exposes along the lines of "Kentucky Fried Chicken admits to using human body parts" adjacent to a big picture of Colonel Sanders proclaiming his stuff is "finger licking good"
My point is this. Most world leaders do not so much as breathe without having a carefully scripted, proofed and guaranteed non-offensive oration prepared well in advance. By and large their words are therefore meaningless.
Which for me makes Trump a breath of fresh air. Imagine what we might learn should he become President.
Mr Trump, how was your meeting with President Putin?
We got drunk on vodka and talked about Kim Kardashian's arse.
Mr Trump, ahead of the summit, tell us about your tactics
They're small and minty, son, just like everyone else's.
Mr Trump, what's your view on Florida
Pretty good from the penthouse.
A whole new world of political integrity could open up. Just imagine, if you can, David Cameron revealing what he really thinks! That is, assuming he actually does have opinions of his own, which is a moot point.
And it could catch on. We might go back to a world where we don't tread on eggshells lest we offend everyone, where honesty is valued. We would have to accept that some people would like us, and some wouldn't. Quelle Horreur! It might mean a drop in FB friend numbers, of course.
But it might also mean people could have real conversations, could express differing or opposing opinions without fear of censorship or reprisal, where people could respect that others might disagree with them, without rancour. A world where even, god forbid, some people might listen to two sides of a debate and recognise the validity of one they previously disagreed with.
Now, I know this is pretty dangerous thinking. Freedom of speech is, after all, only one step away from that most dangerous and provocative of concepts, freedom of thought.
The status quo cannot afford such freedoms, because they reveal what any independent thinker will tell, you, the status quo is bollocks.
And that's why I think Trump, for all his faults, his inadequacies and his blunderings, is like a Zephyr of sanity.
Because censoring words and thoughts does not change or dispel them. It drives them deeper underground where they fester, then bloom, emerging into sunlight in a more extreme and dangerous incarnation. And that's what is happening the world over. Right now.
So if Trump does become president, and one consequence is a return to a world where we can say what we think, and others can choose whether to listen or not, then that alone will be worth the candle.
Or so I believe.