Sunday, March 20, 2016

Watch the Whole Speech to Get the Whole Story

   Yesterday I watched the Trump rally near Phoenix on TV and there was little of note. Usual stump speech but no violence as the media keeps reporting.
    So today, I saw highlights of his speech in Tucson last night where the focus was on a disruptive protestor who was assaulted by an apparent Trump supporter who was later arrested.....Ironically the Trump supporter was black. Imagine if it had been the other way around.
    I know in the news you go for the shiny object, so I watched the entire Tucson event on You Tube today. There was no baiting of the crowd. No insults....Just the standard stump speech and there was a Hispanic woman with a pro Trump sign who got to come on stage for a hug.
     I am sure there will be more feigned outrage tomorrow morning on JOE.
     I think more people are liking Trump because of who doesn't like him and the transparently bogus reporting by much of the MSM.
     Imagine what victims we were years ago when all we had to rely on was press without You Tube.


Anonymous said...

Now if Chris Rock ran for president, I bet he would have won. After all, Americans enjoy a good laugh. Thinking we all should just skip out on this election.

Anonymous said...

1100..l Where have you been>? There is to be no election the chosen few have spoken.. Whom ever the Republican elite chose and Hillary. I think possibly this is a chance for Trump to runas a third party or writein.

Anonymous said...

These are tactics that we can expect going forward toward the general election. The so-called protests are being coordinated, funded and led by left-wing organizations. Move-on dot org., a George Soros backed group stands out. Democrats have little choice but to embrace such groups. They have a candidate who is perceived as being dishonest and untrustworthy by a majority of Americans. The candidate is a very poor campaigner, prone to gaffes and if the truth be told, doesn't have a record that show much in the way of accomplishment. Mrs. Clinton's public appearances are becoming less frequent and from what I can observe, I have questions regarding her mental agility and health.

Anonymous said...

Why does the left plant agitators at conservative events but never vice versa? Leftist showing up to spoil events has be happening since the 2004 election. W Bush could barely speak without interruption, even at the republican convention, where as Obama hasn't suffered that inconvenience (at least not to extent of Bush).

Anonymous said...

It really will be interesting to see if enough Americans can see through these staged disruptions, and the accompanying media smear campaign. So many are locked into the political system we have. They are fearful of anything or anyone out of the ordinary. They want their lies from proven liars. We are firmly entrenched in a nation where party is more important than country.

Anonymous said...

Currently listening to Fred Dicker interviewing John Sweeney. Unbelievably Sweeney is trying to portray himself as anti-establishment. Says Cruz is not making any efforts in NY. Thinks Trump, with a little refinement of his message could win the general election with some big numbers. It seems that the establishment is going try to save themselves by jumping on the Trump bandwagon. Exposing these pretenders and defeating them in primaries will be a daunting task. The establishment will retain their power and the people lose.

Anonymous said...

Because the left is controlled by communist governments trying to wrest control of US out of American ideals,and they are getting bolder.

Anonymous said...

Lots of hoya paranoia on this site , hey ya think the black ops and choppers are ready to invade us from FT Drum ?? You conspiracy theory idiots have too muchtime on your hands , get dressed and leave the cellar the world is brighter !

Danny M. Francis (Eyepublius) said...

FACT: Trump spews awful stuff, then denies it and probably ignores it too, but his supporters cling to it and react accordingly.

He is a master at that kind of ploy. Now the rest of the story as Paul Harvey would say:

FACT: The GOP suffers from PTSD: Pesticide Trump Spells Disaster.

That is blatantly obvious. Examples of Trump who has been called the “wrecking ball for the future of the Republican party, very divisive, and a hate-spewing character,” but to hear Donald Trump tell it, he’s got millions — maybe even billions — of good relationships and people love him (he says that line all the time).

A look at the long, growing, and often debatable list of people Trump swears adore him.

1. Mexicans: “I have a great relationship the Mexican people. I love them, they love me!” Trump told NBC News in the wake of international outrage and controversy over his assertion that Mexican immigrants illegally coming into the U.S. are criminals, rapists, and drug dealers.

2. The Blacks: “I have a great relationship with the blacks. I’ve always had a great relationship with the blacks. But unfortunately, it seems that, you know, the numbers you cite are very, very frightening numbers,” he said, suggesting that African-Americans only voted for President Obama because he is black.

3. Neil Young: “I love Neil Young,” Trump told Bloomberg after the rock star asked the Republican candidate to stop using his music as part of his campaign. “And he loves me! We have a great relationship.”

4. Buffalo Residents: “I think the people of Buffalo, they already like me — I have a great relationship with the people of Buffalo,” Trump said last year as he weighed a bid to build the new stadium for the Buffalo Bills. Upon losing the stadium to another bidder, Trump fired off a handful of disparaging tweets about the Buffalo NFL team and the buyer who did get it: “I’m glad I didn’t get the Bills. Boring games,” he tweeted.

5. The “TEA” Party: “I think I bring a lot of people. But first of all, I have a great relationship, as you know, with the tea party folks. I mean, I love the tea party. They’ve made this world aware of what’s going on with our country. So I have a great relationship there,” Trump told Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren in 2012 when asked about what he brings to Gov. Mitt Romney’s campaign.

“The tea party loves me,” he said in Nevada this month. According to the most recent Monmouth University poll, this is now true. However, one major tea party group— the Club for Growth — has made it quite clear they can’t be bothered with Trump’s candidacy.

6. Everyone: “I get along with everybody,” Trump told Anderson Cooper on CNN recently. “People love me, and you know what? I’ve been very successful, everybody loves me.”

NOTE: Everyone could not be reached for comment on this at this time, and a spokesman for Trump also did not respond to a request for comment about everyone.


Anonymous said...

11:07 Will you stop already. Trump has nothing for for the establishment or non establishment, the GOP or lack of the GOP for the past 20 years.

Please list one campaign donation he gave to any GOP in any office in the last 5 10 20 years to anyone north of the Tapanzee Bridge?

His local homie Cheerleaders Mikey No Class and Mikey's #1 local fan club RINO member Fratty Matty really ad to defeating those 'pretenders'

What a fool you are.

Rick Aldrich USMC said...

1:45 pm, I said it once and I'll say it again. A herd of cattle working at a manure factory, couldn't compete with you. As for Benghazi, your pride & joy, Hillary, did not fulfill her duties, by not providing the security support , that was asked several times. She neglected her duties, as should be charged, just as any military member, who does not, carry out their duties. Some super-vet you are.k