How does one make a “closing argument” for a campaign that has been dead for weeks? GOP presidential nominee showed how it’s done Saturday when he promised to sue all the woman who have accused him of sexual assault.
Donald Trump kicked off a speech in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, about his plan for his first 100 days as president by announcing that he will after the election sue every woman who has accused him of sexual assault.
“Every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign. Total fabrication,” the Republican presidential nominee said Saturday afternoon. “The [alleged] events never happened. Never. All of these liars will be sued after the election is over.”
Speaking near the historic Gettysburg Battlefield on a brisk day in the Keystone State, Trump also launched attacks on the “dishonest” media, the “rigged” political system and his Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton. He questioned why Clinton was even allowed to run due to her handling of emails as secretary of state.
“The system is also rigged because Hillary Clinton should have been precluded from running for the presidency of the United States, but the FBI and the Justice Department covered up her crimes,” Trump said.
And you know who’s the cause of all this, besides Hillary, the international bankers, and perhaps even the Illuminati?
The nation’s mainstream media is “corrupt,” Trump said. “They lie and fabricate stories to make a candidate that is not their preferred choice look as bad and even dangerous as possible. They’re trying to poison the mind of the American voter.”
This would explain why Trump still has supporters. They have no minds to be poisoned.
And as long as we’re naming names…
Breitbart.com, otherwise known as Trump Campaign CEO Steve Bannon’s “day job”, accused Speaker of the House Paul Ryan of being “with” former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Oh, yeah. He’s pro-Islam, too!
According to the article, Ryan is more closely allied with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton than conservatives, and favors foreign nationals over everyday Americans.
In one over-heated passage sure to push the buttons of the virulently racist readers of Breitbart, Ryan is accused of leading, “the pro-Islamic migration wing of the Republican party.”
Comparing Ryan to Clinton, the article alleges, “they see themselves as representatives not only for American citizens, but also for foreign nationals and foreign interests. This view that the needs of foreign citizens are equal to the needs of American citizens reflects the belief that Americans are only part of many interest groups that a lawmaker ought to consider when crafting legislation—even as he or she negotiates with other countries, which always put their citizens first.”
One is left to wonder why Ryan, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other top Republicans have yet to cut Trump’s campaign adrift and direct their focus on down-ballot races… oh, wait.
We know the reason.
The GOP, to exist as a party, NEEDS the racist, misogynist, xenophobes that make up the majority of their base.
The Trump Supporter.