Donald Trump is closing in on Hillary Clinton in the nationwide Presidential race. It is true that a lot of people tell you not to support Donald Trump, but the left keeps giving us reason after reason to vote for him and it is becoming quite amusing. Let’s have a look.
Treatment of women by Trump
The story did wind up shining a positive light on Trump:
Ms. Sunshine worked for Mr. Trump for 15 years, becoming a major New York real estate figure in her own right. Ms. Res remained at the company for 12 years, left after a disagreement over a project and then returned as a consultant for six more years. Both expressed gratitude for the chances Mr. Trump had taken on them.
The authors had part of their story blow up in their faces. Alleged victim Rowanne Brewer said of Trump:
“I did not have a negative experience with Donald Trump”
Temple Taggart claims that Trump once kissed her on the lips. Trump denies it, but even if he had, one would hope that Gloria Steinem would say that Trump was entitled to a “freebie” as she said of Clinton’s groping Kathleen Willey.
Any attempt at shaming Trump for his alleged actions toward women will automatically trigger comparisons to Bill Clinton’s abuse of women- and Hillary’s defense of her husband’s actions. Nothing Trump has done compares to the allegation that Bill Clinton raped Juanita Broaddrick.
Now we learn that Bill Clinton was more of a frequent flier on the Jeffrey Epstein’s Lolita Express – 26 times– than was previously known. That has yet to be explained.
We have yet to hear Trump or his staff refer to any women as “trailer park trash” as did the Clinton spokespersons. We have not heard these woman described as “bimbo eruptions.”
“Trump has all the answers”
Former Secretary of Defense Bob Gates recently said that Trump thinks he has all the answers:
“He seems to think that he has all the answers and that he doesn’t need any advice from staff or anybody else,” Gates said on “Face the Nation” on CBS. “And that he knows more about these things than anybody else and doesn’t really feel the need to surround himself with informed advisers.”
How is that different from obama? It’s not.
Former Defense Secretaries Robert Gates and Leon Panetta have joined in accusing President Obama and the White House National Security Council staff (NSC) of micromanaging the military to the point of attempting to set up direct lines of communication to combatant commanders.
“It was micromanagement that drove me crazy,” Gates said at the Reagan National Defense Forum at President Ronald Reagan’s library in California over the weekend.
Gates said he had to deal with members of the NSC staff who directly called four-star generals on matters of strategy and tactics. The White House also attempted to make direct contact with Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), Gates said.
“I told JSOC if they got a call from the White House you tell them to go to hell and call me,” Gates said to a round of applause from the audience.
Gates said the Obama White House too often let politics influence the policy when it came to the Defense Department.
“Trump will act like a dictator” We already have a dictator.
And let us not forget his threatening of children
“Trump is a liar.” America apparently likes a liar.
Trump changes his mind
Trump’s positions change? Remember Hillary being “adamantly” against illegal immigrants?
We’ve got to do several things and I am, you know, adamantly against illegal immigrants. I made this exception basically on humanitarian grounds because of the individual story but certainly we’ve got to do more at our borders. And people have to stop employing illegal immigrants. Come up to Westchester, go to Suffolk and Nassau counties, stand in the street corners in Brooklyn or the Bronx – you’re going to see loads of people waiting to get picked up to go do yard work and construction work and domestic work.”
Now we come to my favorite- false promises
Juan Williams: Trump, false promises and the economy
False promises? Did he say false promises?
“If you like your health insurance plan, you can keep it”
“If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor”
Obamacare will save you “about $2,500 per year.”
“The NSA is not abusing its power”
” If you make less than $250,000 per year you won’t pay one penny more in taxes.”
ISIS is the “JV”
Obama mocked Trump for not “keeping it real.” Obama has been about as far from “keeping it real” as one can get.
And wait….what? Hillary would put Bill in charge of the economy? Seriously? After nearly destroying the United States economy with his disastrous policies that allowed big banks to deceive investors and pressuring smaller banks to make as many bad loans as they could she’s going to put him in charge again???? Did she just admit that she can’t handle the job?
Sorry, lefties, no matter what you try to throw at Trump- treatment of women, lying, flip-flopping, false promises- you’ve already supported it. None of any of that behavior disabused you of your sycophantic support of obama and Clinton. None of it should have any effect on Trump either. Nothing that Trump has done comes close to abuse heaped on women by the Clinton’s. Nothing sticks to Trump because democrats have done it all. They’ve endorsed it all.
Bill Clinton has pocketed $3 million in
bribes “speaking fees” since Hillary formally announced her candidacy. More correctly, THEY as a couple have pocketed $3 million since she announced her candidacy. THEY made $48 million in speaking fees when she was Secretary of State. They file Federal income taxes jointly. It’s her money as much as it is his money. This is something that no one ever mentions. Were she President they would continue to send Bill out to collect cash in return for US “favors” as they have done for the last 16 years.
So here’s the bottom line. Trump is the candidate, like it or not. Trump may be a wild card, but he doesn’t need any more money. The Clinton’s are execrable people who will do absolutely anything for a dollar. We may not necessarily know what Trump would be but we definitely know what she would be. More than anything, I don’t want that.
Bonus: A measure of greatness: