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      Donald Trump Makes Fun of Disability of Reporter

      I could go off for a long time about what is horribly and terrifyingly wrong with the hot air salesman Donald Trump, who flip flops all over the place, speaks in really vague terms about what he is supposedly going to do, and appeals to emotion through personality and very little reasoning. He is demonstrating why dictators get powerful, and I think he is the scariest U.S. presidential candidate of all time. However, I am writing this post mainly to show one really good demonstration of what kind of person Trump is. Please spread this video really far. The actual clip is from 1:17 to 1:32.

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      Even if he wasn't a fascist, we should hate him just for being a pompous asshole.
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      Is that the wise conclusion? To return hate with more hate?
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      Quote Originally Posted by sisyphus View Post
      Is that the wise conclusion? To return hate with more hate?
      Exposure of evil is necessary. If exposure of evil is "hate," then so be it. What do you think should be done?
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      Even if what you're doing isn't hating back (which I don't really think it is), there's never really a time where you should stop asking yourself if you are doing the right thing. That's how you end up like Trump in the first place.

      Now, it's no secret he's not fit for presidency and definitely an asshole, I found it kind of funny how what you described him as, and what he's doing is exactly what other politicians do. If I take out the bit out "hot air salesman Donald Trump", and instead say: a politician is someone "who: flip flops all over the place, speaks in really vague terms about what he is supposedly going to do, and appeals to emotion through personality and very little reasoning". I can't think of a single presidential race that I have been alive for, in which even a single candidate does not fit this description. Trump may be less qualified for other reasons, but these are qualities I see in all politicians running for office.

      What's really terrifying to me, is that people are willing to recognize these traits in Trump because he represents some archetype of the evil businessman, and they think he is trying to sell them something (which he is, he is most definitely trying to manipulate people). However, because the other candidates are politicians who hold office, people don't assume the same thing about them (and they are most definitely trying to manipulate people too). Granted, I'm generalizing.

      To be clear, I don't support Donald Trump whatsoever, I think him running is a joke (and I almost believe it is, it's like he lost a bet or something lol). However, several of the other candidates are similarly not suited to run the country, but they are also some of the biggest front runners.

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      ^^ I think that the very big difference between Trump and the rest (historically as well; not just this year), is that the rest understand the gravity of running for President of the most powerful nation in the world.

      Ted Cruz, for instance, might be just as bad as Trump (worse, by some measures, like his unwillingness to compromise), but Cruz understands the nature of the office for which he is running. Trump does not; he seems to only see the job as some new prize, reality show victory, or another place to put his name -- and that is very scarey. More scarey is that Trump is smart enough to work a system that the Republicans (and Fox News) have practically set in place just for him, so there is an excellent chance he could win.

      Lots of really bad men have been U.S. Presidents in the past (in fact, the only truly good men I can think of were Ford and Carter, and they didn't do so well); I personally have no problem with assholes being in charge, as long as they do their jobs well and respect the true nature and importance of the position; Trump, I fear, will do neither.

      Also, Trump keeps reminding me of Mussolini, which is very disturbing.

      It's going to be an interesting year.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Sageous View Post
      ^^ I think that the very big difference between Trump and the rest (historically as well; not just this year), is that the rest understand the gravity of running for President of the most powerful nation in the world.

      Ted Cruz, for instance, might be just as bad as Trump (worse, by some measures, like his unwillingness to compromise), but Cruz understands the nature of the office for which he is running. Trump does not; he seems to only see the job as some new prize, reality show victory, or another place to put his name -- and that is very scarey. More scarey is that Trump is smart enough to work a system that the Republicans (and Fox News) have practically set in place just for him, so there is an excellent chance he could win.

      Lots of really bad men have been U.S. Presidents in the past (in fact, the only truly good men I can think of were Ford and Carter, and they didn't do so well); I personally have no problem with assholes being in charge, as long as they do their jobs well and respect the true nature and importance of the position; Trump, I fear, will do neither.

      Also, Trump keeps reminding me of Mussolini, which is very disturbing.

      It's going to be an interesting year.
      My version of interesting election seasons is seeing how well the LP candidates perform.

      Watching a dictator in the making gather this much support is not exactly what I had in mind.
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      ^^ I was actually nodding to that Chinese 'curse,' "May you live in interesting times," when I said that; so yeah, I hear you, and share the discomfort.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sageous View Post
      ^^ I think that the very big difference between Trump and the rest (historically as well; not just this year), is that the rest understand the gravity of running for President of the most powerful nation in the world.
      Well, I wasn't meaning to imply that they are on equal footing. I don't mean that at all. I just mean that the reasons UM mentioned are the same reasons I've seen a lot of people mention about Trump. The reasons he gave specifically for him being a bad/dangerous choice are the same characteristics I see in other candidates. These points are valid, but they don't separate him from the rest. Other reasons certainly do, he is obviously the worst choice out of every candidate in either party.
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      Quote Originally Posted by snoop View Post
      Even if what you're doing isn't hating back (which I don't really think it is), there's never really a time where you should stop asking yourself if you are doing the right thing. That's how you end up like Trump in the first place.

      Now, it's no secret he's not fit for presidency and definitely an asshole, I found it kind of funny how what you described him as, and what he's doing is exactly what other politicians do. If I take out the bit out "hot air salesman Donald Trump", and instead say: a politician is someone "who: flip flops all over the place, speaks in really vague terms about what he is supposedly going to do, and appeals to emotion through personality and very little reasoning". I can't think of a single presidential race that I have been alive for, in which even a single candidate does not fit this description. Trump may be less qualified for other reasons, but these are qualities I see in all politicians running for office.

      What's really terrifying to me, is that people are willing to recognize these traits in Trump because he represents some archetype of the evil businessman, and they think he is trying to sell them something (which he is, he is most definitely trying to manipulate people). However, because the other candidates are politicians who hold office, people don't assume the same thing about them (and they are most definitely trying to manipulate people too). Granted, I'm generalizing.

      To be clear, I don't support Donald Trump whatsoever, I think him running is a joke (and I almost believe it is, it's like he lost a bet or something lol). However, several of the other candidates are similarly not suited to run the country, but they are also some of the biggest front runners.
      I won't vote for anybody running for president who has never held political office. I need to know that they understand government and can handle government, and I need to know what they did when they worked in government. I can't do that with Trump because he has never worked in government. A lot of politicians make empty promises and are often vague, but Trump is about as vague as they come. Very few details of his supposed plans have been communicated to the public. Also, the politicians I support don't flip flop too much. Can you give me examples of major flip flops by Ron Paul, Rand Paul, or Gary Johnson? You won't find many. Trump's flip flopping isn't the usual politician routine. He went from being a Democrat to being a Republican hero without ever even announcing that he had changed. He just acts like he was never a Democrat or great friends with the Clintons. Other politicians make a big thing of switching parties. His followers don't seem to give a damn, and that is lunacy.

      What freaks me out the most about Trump isn't even his slick manipulation style. It is the fact that he has so much enthusiastic support despite the fact that he is a vague, rude as Hell, ignorant, extremely inconsistent, inexperienced egomaniac. The fact that somebody can be like that and get anywhere in U.S. politics is scary as Hell. It shows just how dumb so much of the American public is. Thinking Donald Trump is a good candidate is on a level with thinking professional wrestling is real. I am baffled by how many Americans buy into it. A small faction of stupid people can be hilarious, but this Trump nightmare quit being funny months ago.
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      ^^ That pretty much nailed it.

      I think sometimes that people like to be stupid, especially if being stupid means that they can ignore that the things that went wrong in their lives were mostly their fault, and not the fault of, say, illegal immigrants, Obama, Democrats, etc. Okay, "like" might be the wrong word; perhaps it's the case that they gravitate toward stupidity, which in the short term is the most rewarding cliff from which to fall. A low information existence is an easy existence, and -- especially for those whose life is currently difficult -- easy is very tempting.

      The Right began capitalizing on this possibly unconscious interest in voluntary stupidity decades ago, and began a long-term program of capitalizing on it. This capitalization was centered in talk radio and Fox News, but eventually became institutionalized in the Republican party itself. In time they created an expansive enough echo-chamber that anything they said, any history they changed (i.e., Obama was president when the Great Recession started, and was the one who bailed out the banks, the rewrite of Reagan's entire presidency, G.W. Bush had no terror attacks during his presidency), quickly became the "truth," and any attempt to correct the misinformation was assumed to be a lie -- even physical proof became meaningless. Also, they created a world of things to fear, amplifying everything wrong in the world into world-threatening monstrosities (no, I think Hitler and Robert Oppenheimer would take exception to the proclamation that ISIS is the greatest threat the world has ever faced). This echo-chamber encased millions of Americans, most of them white men with minimal education, maximum financial woes, and a real need to blame someone for everything that went wrong in their lives. Trump, a long-time opportunistic bottom-feeder, saw the opening and decided to ante up.

      The truly frightening aspect of all this is that Trump is so good at his fear/hate-mongering that he has expanded that echo-chamber of affected stupidity far beyond the Right's original base. Now millions of otherwise good, sane people have chosen to stand behind his empty yet dangerous shouting, just because it makes them feel good for a second, so he is not only likely to be nominated for the presidency, but he might actually win. Add to that Americans' bizarre need to be on the winning side in an election, plus the fact that Clinton is a mediocre candidate at best, and we might just see a President Trump next year for sure.

      I still hold out hope that we're not all willing to be stupid, and that, come the general election, the 70 to 80% of voters who are not part of the republican base will come to their senses... but that hope grows more tenuous every day.
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      I'm prepared to adapt to whoever is elected president. This keeps my mind at ease.

      I don't want Trump not be elected president but if he is, I won't care. I've learned that it's no use to have a negative perception over things beyond my control. The outcome of the presidential election is one of those things.
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      Donald Trump is a candidate of the Feds.(1) (4/30/2016)

      I say so because in this campaign there is a lot of comedy show done by S.S.G..

      Those rallies, either for trump or against him, have the purpose to raise his popularity.

      What is S.S.G.?
      " The FBI Special Support Group , or SSG (They're nicknamed G's), supposedly does much of the routine work for the Bureau, leaving the FBI agents themselves free to pursue more important matters. ...

      They usually work part-time, and earn about $5,000.00 - $10,000.00 per year or more. The FBI doesn't advertise the existence of the SSG, but it's no big secret either. The reality of the Special Support Group is much different than the "released" information. SSG teams regularly harass and even menace people on the FBI's Black List. ...

      The FBI calls this harassment "dangling," and they do it on a regular basis to people who frequently have committed no offense other than to have drawn the ire of the Bureau. Many SSG's are of the lowest caliber of human life, especially those chosen for excessive harassment of innocent citizens. Far too often SSG teams consist of bullies, perverts, racists and ex-convicts and other dregs whose sole purpose is to drive people crazy and ruin their lives. If one of their victims snaps and tears one of them up, the bloodied G will press charges, perjure himself if confronted with his FBI affiliation, and the victim is locked up. Mission accomplished. That's one reason why the FBI is not very open about the SSG. This is just one of the many questionable and outright illegal activities that the FBI uses our tax dollars for. The very people sworn to uphold our Civil Rights are perhaps the most flagrant violators. If you attend a protest rally, or otherwise call attention to yourself, don't be surprised if you start seeing the same bizarre group of people showing up everywhere you go, bothering you and behaving like psychotic clowns."

      http://www.angelfire.com/ny5/tradece...s/page447.html
      Of course, Donald Trump himself is a S.S.G. - a high ranking one.

      He is chosen because something big will happen. No big group (Democratic Party or Republican Party ) wants to take the responsibility. A clown would easily do that job.

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      904. Birds of a feather flock together (5/19/2016)

      In "901. Donald Trump is a candidate of the Feds." I said Trump is

      a S.S.G., that this election campaign is full of S.S.G. rally

      comic show.


      Two weeks ago, Trump revealed something.

      Trump accuses Cruz's father of helping JFK's assassin

      By NOLAN D. MCCASKILL 05/03/16

      Donald Trump on Tuesday alleged that Ted Cruz’s father was with

      John F. Kennedy’s assassin shortly before he murdered the

      president, parroting a National Enquirer story claiming that

      Rafael Cruz was pictured with Lee Harvey Oswald handing out pro-

      Fidel Castro pamphlets in New Orleans in 1963.

      “I mean, what was he doing ?what was he doing with Lee Harvey

      Oswald shortly before the death? Before the shooting??Trump

      continued. “It’s horrible.?
      http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-g...e-updates-and-

      results/2016/05/trump-ted-cruz-father-222730#ixzz48kF1EvkY

      Picture:
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      1. It proves President Kennedy was assassinated by organized plot.

      Many S.S.G. activated to guarantee the success of the

      assassination - either to cover up or to be "reliable witness.

      2. In last message, I talked about the case that father and son

      all work as informant for the government. Like father like son. So

      are Ted Cruze and his father. Anyone to win this comic show will

      be a S.S.G. after all.

      Ted Cruze drops out the campaign just because he represents

      Republican Party. The GOP doesn't want their fame to be hurt by

      the ugly work done by the next President.

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      902. Trump's job (2) (5/7/2016)

      I revealed the Tramp campaign was a comedy on 4/30. Within days his rivals Cruze and Kasich dropped the election campaign. It would be a joke to go on with this comic show.

      This country is ruled by the Feds. They rule the country by controlled intelligence and media. They select politicians through rigged election and justify the election result through the fake poll done by media.

      In 2001, Clinton left the White House with a budget surplus. That was unusual. Most U.S.presidents added deficit to the huge national debt. Yet the Feds arranged George W. Bush to win the election. They need a candidate of their own to take care of the big events they planed to create - 911 attack, the Patriot Act and the Mid-east wars.

      When the media beat the drum to push up Trump's popularity, it means the Feds having another plan to produce a second "Bush". That's why I said something big will happen - bigger than 911 attack and the Mid-east wars.

      The big events may relate to China, I think. 911 attack was a derivation derived from the secret deal between the Feds and Chinese secret police.(see #884 to #899) Benefited from "hosting the Olympic summer game" and "membership of WTO", China has been developed into economic power No.2 of the world. Which is shaking the super-power throne of the US. That's the story of Bush time.

      Now they want Donald Trump to take care of the situation of economic collapse in coming years. The main job is to cover up the murder case - to kill Kat Sung, his relatives and people who know this story. That is the core interest of the Feds for which they have paid so much to China. see new secret deal at :"899. April plot (3/29/2016)".

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      Furious GOP donors stew over Trump
      At an exclusive Park City retreat, some of the Republican Party's top financiers lashed out at their nominee.

      By Alex Isenstadt
      06/11/16

      PARK CITY, Utah — Donald Trump is trying to win over a skeptical Republican donor class, but they’ve closed their wallets — and they’re angry.

      On Friday afternoon, at an exclusive Republican donor retreat here hosted by Mitt Romney, frustration boiled over. During an off-the-record question-and-answer session with House Speaker Paul Ryan, Meg Whitman, the billionaire Hewlett Packard chief executive officer, confronted the speaker over his endorsement of Trump. Whitman, a major GOP giver who ran for California governor in 2010, compared Trump to historical demagogues like Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini and wanted to know how the speaker could get behind him.


      Furious GOP donors stew over Trump - POLITICO

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      912. In U.S. terror power overrules the money (7/11/2016)

      U.S. is a money dominated country. The principle is broken in this campaign. It was found by a Trump supporter.

      Is Money no longer king of the Presidential election? Look at this, Hillary has spent 60 million dollars in ad buys so far against Trump. Trump has spent ZERO!! Yet latest polls show a statistical TIE between them! This is the same thing that happened to Jeb Bush, against Trump! Money versus message. Looks like message is winning! What is your take?
      GO TRUMP!!

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      What message has Trump brought to us? Nothing constructive but a lot of abuse.

      This "Money is king" rule will be broken in this president election. Because the Feds want to have their own candidate- Donald Trump to get that seat. So whatever happens - short of campaign money, it doesn't matter. You see what happens -Clinton has to buy ads with money, Trump gets it free. Because the media is controlled by the Feds.

      This country is ruled by the Feds. They rule the country by controlled intelligence and media. They select politicians through rigged election and justify the election result through the fake poll done by media.

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      911. He would do whatever he wanted.(7/4/2016)

      On 7/3, I saw a message in internet, "Why The New Child Rape Case Filed Against Donald Trump Should not be ignored

      http://countercurrentnews.com/2016/06/trump-federal-lawsuit/"

      I went to that source, was going to copy the news to share with other readers. I failed to do so. The page of "countercurrentnews.com" was frozen, my browser lost its copy function. It was the work of the surveillance team, I knew. I then tried to google other sources but in other web sites, I encountered the same problem. After nearly an hour struggle, I gave up. I copied the brief message in google search and posted it in internet.

      This event indicates the Feds determine to have Trump- their representative to take the President seat. Help Donald Trump becomes a big mission in Feds group. Even when the surveillance group found I tried to share the negative information about Trump, they automatically harassed to block my action.

      It proves my allegation that "Donald Trump is a candidate of the Feds" in #901. It also proves the Feds used to censor the free speech of media which I described “A top official of the US Drug Enforcement Administration, DEA, as a signatory and guarantor binding as well on successors in office, assures that that Agency will use their best efforts and most merited personnel to prevent any publicity in the mass media news outlets, of any problem, of any problems to be publicly discussed,..." in #884.

      Here is a more complete message for it.

      Trump Accused of Raping 13-Year-Old Girl in Federal Lawsuit

      Jun 21, 2016 -

      The plaintiff, anonymously referred to as Jane Doe, alleges that Trump lured her and other young women to a series of parties thrown by billionaire Jeffrey Epstein with promises of riches and a lucrative modeling career. Epstein is now a registered sex offender who briefly went to jail for soliciting prostitution from girls as young as 14.

      Doe says that Trump tied her to the bed, exposed himself to her, then raped her as she begged him to stop. The suit says that Trump reacted to these horrified protestations “by violently striking Plaintiff in the face with his open hand and screaming that he would do whatever he wanted.?

      Trump Accused of Raping 13-Year-Old Girl in Federal Lawsuit
      Trump said he would do whatever he wanted because he is a member of that lawless organization.They have the privilege.

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      Pope Francis Suggests Donald Trump Is ‘Not Christian’
      By JIM YARDLEY FEB. 18, 2016

      “A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian,” Francis said when a reporter asked him about Mr. Trump on the papal airliner as he returned to Rome after his six-day visit to Mexico.

      http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/19/wo...tian.html?_r=1

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      919. Clinton found Hillary was targeted by the Feds(8/22/2016)

      In #901 I concluded that Donald Trump is the candidate of the Feds(FBI and DEA) Finally Clinton realizeS that her rival is supported by the Feds. (FBI)


      Bill Cinton Accuses FBI Of Serving Up A ‘Load Of Bull’


      POSTED BY: NEWS DESK AUGUST 13, 2016


      Bill Clinton is accusing the FBI director of serving up “the biggest load of bull I’ve ever heard” — marking the first significant public comments from the husband of the Democratic nominee on the scandal that’s plagued his wife’s campaign for over a year.


      Bill Clinton accuses FBI of serving up a

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      ^^ Could you maybe explain who the Feds are?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Sageous View Post
      ^^ Could you maybe explain who the Feds are?
      But that would ruin the mystery behind this weird slash fiction he's writing.
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      [QUOTE=Sageous;2201710]^^ Could you maybe explain who the Feds are?[/QUOTE

      Feds here means: FBI and DEA and their representative D.O.J.
      920. Media and groups controlled by the Feds support Trump (8/26/2016)


      Here is another news to prove Clinton has to buy TV ad while Trump doesn't need to. He enjoys a free service from media. You also can notice that in each web site there is a plenty of topic to push for the popularity of Trump. Because that's the cyber space team the Feds deploy there. Supporting Trump now becomes a mission for them.




      AUG 2 2016, 3:31 PM ET
      Clinton, Allies Have Reserved $98 Million in Ads
      by CARRIE DANN


      Hillary Clinton and her allies are poised for a TV ad blitz of nearly $100 millin dollars, compared to less than $1 million currently reserved on the airwaves by backers of Donald Trump.



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      Clinton, Allies Have Reserved $98 Million in Ads - NBC News

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      Hillary Clinton has been attacked by high tech. weapon to produce a phenomenon that she is having a bad health. Now there comes her life intimidation.

      SEPTEMBER 13, 2016
      TV anchor accidentally reports Hillary Clinton died

      BY TERESA WELSH

      A TV anchor started his broadcast Sunday with a startling statement.

      “Good evening,” said WABC weekend anchor Joe Torres. “We begin with Hillary Clinton’s death.”

      Torres didn’t correct himself, but the broadcast continued on to report Clinton’s health troubles at Sunday’s 9/11 memorial ceremony in New York. The Democratic presidential candidate was dehydrated standing outside on the hot day, her campaign said, and video taken of her leaving the site early showed her needing assistance to get into a van.

      The station told TVSpy that the mistake was accidental.

      Read more here: Hillary Clinton's death reported by WABC anchor | McClatchy DC

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