Posted by: maboulette | February 29, 2016

SUPER TUESDAY

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Donald Trump is a despicable racist who refuses to denounce David Duke, and the Democrats will use all their energies to defeating him in November.  But he has made one invaluable contribution by destroying all the right wing myths about George W. Bush, especially that he “kept us safe” on 9/11.

Trump’s campaign is haunted by his reported dealings with a mafia boss, a drug smuggler, and a Russian gangster, as well as his dad’s alleged Klan arrest.

It is not a total surprise that Mr. Trump is the candidate most likely to use the phrase “I hear” before stating some Trump’sething as fact, no matter how weak the information he passes along. A man who delighted in his presence in the New York tabloid pages for decades, he saw firsthand the power of stories, especially those that shock people, to command attention. But the expectations for what a presidential standard-bearer would pass along have typically been higher.

He has also promoted the notion that vaccines cause autism, a claim that has been widely debunked by doctors and scientists. “Just the other day, 2 years old, 2-and-a-half-years old, a child, a beautiful child went to have the vaccine, and came back, and a week later got a tremendous fever, got very, very sick, now is autistic,” Mr. Trump said at a Republican debate in September. When another presidential candidate, Michele Bachmann, then a Minnesota congresswoman, made a similar claim in the 2012 campaign, she was savaged by news media commentators for the remarks; Mr. Trump received little serious blowback.

More recently, at a South Carolina campaign event, Mr. Trump touched on the smoky theory that the identity of those who funded the attacks was still not publicly known. If he wins, he said, “you will find out who really knocked down the World Trade Center.

Now if this is the man you want as President perhaps you need to investigation Trump more before you go to the polls in Super Tuesday primaries.

 

 

 

 


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