Comment: Trump’s whole presidential campaign is a Democratic psyop to give Hillary Clinton a 538-0 electoral victory and the most lopsided landslide victory in history. Shame on people like Alex Jones the CIA con artist pushing this Democrat psyop.
If the Republican Party wants any chance to win the White House this November, they need to hold an emergency convention and revoke Trump’s nomination. With longtime Republicans such as Meg Whitman switching party affiliation to endorse a Democrat, the Republican Party under Donald J. Trump is imploding. If the GOP allows Trump’s campaign to go forward into November, the GOP will seal its own fate and become a thing of the past and join the Whig Party in the “Land of Dead Political Parties”.
Just remember that Donald Trump is known to donate to establishment neolib Democrats such as Charlie Rangel ($24,750, including a $10,000 gift during the 2006 election cycle), Harry Reid ($4,800 in the successful 2010 campaign against Tea Party favorite Sharron Angle), and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee ($116,000).
Donald Trump is playing all you idiot Republican voters for fools. He is a Democrat mole, and he is being paid to destroy your party from within. It’s all your fault, idiot Republican voters, for voting for him in the Republican primaries and giving him the nomination. You have sealed the fate for your own party, and for that, you should be ashamed of yourselves.
The only logical solution to destroy the Clinton/Trump psyop is to vote for the Libertarian Party candidate (Gary Johnson), Green Party candidate (Jill Stein), or a write-in candidate.
Ashburn, Virginia (CNN)Donald Trump, trying to reassure a distressed mother with a crying baby, said Tuesday that he loves hearing babies cry at his rallies and told her not to worry — only to change his mind just a moment later.
The silent protesters were escorted out by staff members midway through his speech, and they went silently, with peace signs over their heads. The AARP-clad group left in a similar fashion.
But the crying baby was initially welcome in the event, or so the crowd was led to believe.
“Don’t worry about that baby. I love babies,” Mr. Trump said. “I hear that baby crying, I like it. What a baby, what a beautiful baby. Don’t worry, don’t worry.”
But the platitudes did nothing to comfort the infant, whose persistent wails seemed to be getting on the candidate’s nerves.
“Actually, I was only kidding. You can get that baby out of here,” Mr. Trump said a few beats later with a slight smirk as laughs and a few gasps escaped from the crowd. “Don’t worry, I think she really believed me that I love having a baby crying while I’m speaking. That’s O.K. People don’t understand. That’s O.K.”
Yelling at a crying baby in a public forum is just latest sign of Republican nominee’s toddler temperament
Leadership is facing down your enemies with strength, no matter where and when they appear, no matter what form they take. If someone confronts you, you strike them down in that moment so no one, and I mean no one, ever messes with you again.
That’s why Donald J. Trump kicked a baby out of his Ashburn, Virginia, rally yesterday: leadership.
You’ve likely heard the story, but if you haven’t, watch the footage. Heck, if you have seen it, watch it again. He starts out friendly enough, telling the crying child’s mother, “Don’t worry about that baby; I love babies,” and then oddly calling the child “young and beautiful and healthy.”
Then, after a few moments speaking through the child’s cries, he shifted his tone.
“Actually, I was only kidding. You can get the baby out of here,” he said to the mother. He turned to the crowd. “I think she really believed me that I love having a baby crying while I’m speaking. That’s OK. People don’t understand. That’s OK.”
As the story grew into a firestorm, Trump’s supporters were quick to dismiss the moment as a joke. But joke or not (it wasn’t), it was almost unfathomably cruel. He didn’t just humiliate a woman already dealing with the extraordinarily stressful situation of a crying baby in a public forum, he made it clear to a roomful of people he wants to vote for him in November that his needs always, always come first.
“You can get the baby out of here.”
Donald Trump doesn’t humor any interruptions during his speeches—even if those outbursts are coming from an infant. During a rally Tuesday in Northern Virginia’s Loudoun County, a baby in the audience started to cry. At first, Trump played the role of common-man politician, saying, “I love babies. I hear that baby crying. I like it.” But as the dissatisfied infant kept making noise during Trump’s attacks on China, the real estate mogul changed his mind. “Actually, I was only kidding. You can get the baby out of here,” Trump said.
“I think she really believed me that I love having a baby crying while I’m speaking,” Trump added incredulously. “That’s okay, people don’t understand.”
— Jake Godin (@JakeGodin) August 2, 2016
The baby wasn’t the only child making noise at Trump’s event. As several reporters at the event noted on Twitter, a young boy in the crowd shouted a colorful anti-Clinton message.
A little kid is yelling “Take the bitch down!” when Trump mentions Hillary Clinton. A little kid. No more than 10, I would say.
— Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) August 2, 2016