Straight Talk About Trump

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Is Donald Trump insane?  Of course he is.  So is Hillary, any idiot can see she is drugged out of her mind, look at that gaping smile. Also, let’s be straight, Hillary’s obsession with Russia and Putin being the enemy, of destroying Syria, indicates that she is being handled by people divorced from reality.  She thinks the American people really believe this.  She has been around the rarefied few for too long, just like Trump.
These are no longer real people.  Hillary is closer, though she comes from Chicago “medium money,” went to the best schools and shows almost conspiratorial grooming, pushed to the top of the Democratic party early on, working on the Nixon impeachment and being named one of the top lawyers in the country though there is little record of what she did to deserve any of it.
Because of the stupid things Hillary says, I don’t trust her but I do believe this, that Bill Clinton makes the decisions around the house and I trust him implicitly.  Clinton could have cruised to a 3rd and 4th term like Roosevelt and nobody would have said anything were it not for Fox News and the Israel lobby.  They hated Bill for his support of Palestinian rights and they hate his wife for the same.
Is Hillary mixed up with the neocons?  Yes.  Should we worry?  Yes. As for her domestic policy, with the exception of gun control, it is very good, not “Bernie Sanders” good but quite excellent.
Trump’s is pure shit.  Where Trump shines is that his handlers cruise the conspiracy sites on the internet (we know this to be a fact) and give him daily quips based on site traffic and how bad the grammar is on the comment boards, the worse the better, as he has admitted from time to time.
I respect his hatred of the American people, he hates them (us) for our idiocy and has promised to punish us and make us suffer for being total assholes if we are stupid enough to elect him. I feel that way from time to time myself but then pick up a cat and pet it or walk the dog and that feeling goes away.  Other people drink.
Does Trump have a better grip on American foreign policy?  Yes.
America has no foreign policy.  Going conspiratorial on folks, quite frankly America appears to have no functioning government at all.  Trump at least notices this and expects to be killed or suffer from a rigged election like Gore and Kerry did and probably isn’t wrong.  However, those who rig elections may well be backing him with one exception, I don’t think they like either candidate.
We know this, Jeb and Kasich were supposed to be the GOP nominees, that was the “fix.”  I got that from the “detective club” boys some time ago.  Jeb and Kasich are WORSE than Trump, hands down.
This is the rub, can America survive a GOP president?  I think not.  I don’t care if the borders are closed or who Trump hates, not really.  I think the whole thing is an act anyway.  We need Al Gore brought back.  Past that Bernie Sanders has my support and past that, the best we can do is put Bill back as “first lady” and hope he slaps some sense into Hillary or keeps feeding her the happy pills.
Listen carefully, Hillary’s bizarre foreign policy statements are absolute proof that America is no longer its own master.  The shit she says is totally nuts and this lady was Secretary of State.  I am making this judgment based on better access to intelligence than those in DC are allowed to have and stand willing to prove that, face to face, with anyone on earth.  Debate me and find out.
I am not sure Trump means what he says when he talks about domestic issues.  He sounds like a total idiot.  Nothing he says makes sense and I suspect he isn’t very bright, so stupid in fact to even know he is stupid and too rich for anyone to be able to tell him.
Yet much of what he says about trade issues is very right as are other things as well and they should make sense to people but for one reason, he has no personal history of doing anything but partying and screwing everyone around him including and especially everyone who has ever worked for him at an hourly job.
I understand his tax cheating, that’s business but how he runs his buildings, his casinos, that’s something else.  He can’t be trusted, he has no respect for work, for human rights, for those that make the money for him.  He shows no signs of liking anyone but Eastern European “models.”
I can understand that too, frankly and don’t damn him for not marrying a power divorce lawyer and having his personal peculiarities, we are all allowed that.  I do have a moment, however, when someone decides, out of the blue, after a life of doing nothing for anyone, that the rest of us can benefit from leadership and wisdom supplied by someone who has shown no evidence of having either.
From RT:
Donald Trump says November’s US presidential election “is going to be rigged,” making the claim twice on Monday. The property tycoon also called his rival Hillary Clinton “the Devil,” adding that the system was also rigged against Bernie Sanders.
Donald Trump says November’s US presidential election “is going to be rigged,” making the claim twice on Monday.
The property tycoon also called his rival Hillary Clinton “the Devil,” adding that the system was also rigged against Bernie Sanders.
 The Republican presidential candidate first spoke at a town hall event in Columbus, Ohio, where he said that election on November 8 might be “rigged.” 

“I’m afraid the election is going to be rigged, I have to be honest,” the Republican nominee told the crowd, as cited by AP. He added that he has been hearing “more and more” that the election may not be contested fairly, though he did not give any further details.

He reiterated his claims using even stronger language during an interview with Fox News on Monday evening, in which he told Sean Hannity “the election is going to be rigged,” while also calling on Republicans to watch proceedings “very closely.”

“I hope the Republicans get out there and watch very closely, because I think we are going to win this election… I tell you November 8, we better be careful because that election is going to be rigged and I hope the Republicans are watching closely because it is going to be taken away from us,” he said.

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Trump took a swipe against certain members of the Republican establishment, saying that despite the primary campaign against him being slightly rigged, he still managed to win “in landslides.” He also claimed that Sanders, who was defeated by Clinton in the Democratic race, also faced an unfair battle as the establishment was against him.“I think it was rigged against Bernie Sanders with his superdelegates nonsense,” Trump said.This is not the first time that Trump has accused the system of being rigged against Sanders.

“Leaked e-mails of DNC show plans to destroy Bernie Sanders. Mock his heritage and much more. On-line from Wikileakes [sic], really vicious. RIGGED,” the Republican nominee tweeted on July 23.

During his speech in Ohio, Trump said Sanders had “made a deal with the Devil” in reference to Clinton, adding that “she is the Devil” after the Vermont senator agreed to back the Democrat nominee.

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10 COMMENTS

  1. I don’t know what’s more preposterous, Trump visiting President Putin or the absurd imaginary planet.

  2. As an outsider I look at this election and think Trump is like when the young Obama came on the scene. He made people feel good with all sorts of promises with his hope and change for everything that people were fed up with. Trump is using the exact same method and it’ll be the same result, which is nothing will come to fruition. Both are making the absurd promises about bringing jobs back from China, more so with Trump. This where the biggest support comes from IMO. What most of those fooled by this promises don’t understand is those jobs are very well and truly gone, for ever, it’s how the global economy works now. Personally, I worry about Clinton’s war rhetoric, especially towards Syria, Iran and worst of all Russia. On the other hand, I admire Trump for wanting to work peacefully with Russia and the non existing threats to other Nations, especially the regime change policies he disagrees with. That can only be a good thing for the rest of us around the world.

  3. Does it really matter who is president when the real decisions are made “at a higher pay grade”?

    We are frogs in a pot slowly being heated to a boil, unless something happens to tip the pot over. Maybe if Trump is truly insane he could at least trigger a chaotic and unknown future, rather than the certain doom if business as usual continues? Seems a better risk than counting on the people to wake up and demand real change.

  4. It is really sad that in all of the USA this dog and pony show selection process can only come up with two such candidates. Hillary the brain dead liar or Trump the brash naive Bob the builder! America has chosen to follow the path of complete disintegration

  5. I have no dog in this fight. So since Mrs. Clinton is on happy pills, so I read here, then what in the hell is Mr. Clinton on? I have seen photo’s of him, totally out of it. And then the famous clip that he is under some kind of mind control?

    Regina

  6. Clinton did at least let me sell my house and keep the proceeds without cutting Hillary in for 20%. But on the other hand he just accelerated the demise of the middle class that Reagan began. Hill & Bill are in Club Bush too whether they like it or not. I believe thus far the only two profound statements made by any persons close to this Greek Tragedy come from Hillary; “You’ll never see me in handcuffs”. And from Obama; “Mister Trump will not be President”. Both statements made with an heir of confidence that even these two shameless self promoters seldom achieve. They actually believe it! I wonder what they KNOW is coming?

  7. Sad state of affairs. Much of this article supports George Carlin’s “..it’s a big club” humorous satire.
    Off topic, but in the spirit of honestly….can you and the staff produce a reading list of must read book.
    Like the Green Day song “American idiot”, I, personally, don’t want to be stupid now or in the future.
    A reading list will help me(all) understand how we arrived here and why. Excellent job VT.com.

  8. What if the election truly will be rigged for Hillary? And Trump is the useful, “savage” tool to destabilize the country even further by totally inciting the fringe Hillary/Obama haters to the next level?

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