Which came from CNN. As well as numerous bizarre comments during her speeches such as increasing taxes on the middle class and dizzy spells during speeches, CNN is quick to assure us all that her health and mental state are just fine. And, even though there has never been any reason to question the health of Trump, the fact that there are no headline events reflecting his health is the reason we should cast doubt on his health.
Nothing to look at there according to Krieg, that’s a perfectly healthy mind at work there.
That makes all the sense in the world. Since the wealthy don’t pay enough taxes, she wants to tax the middle class even more. Krieg, that’s another momentary black-out. Either she really does plan to tax the middle class, which she now denies, and forgot to lie about it, OR, she got confused again, which would lead the average person to think something’s just not quite right.
And, my favorite:
Absolutely nothing to worry about there, huh, Krieg?
And why does Krieg, ergo CNN, think we need to worry about Trump instead of all that lunacy?
Ted Cruz not endorsing Trump would have meant something if it weren’t for this:
Ted gave his word he’d support the nominee.
As of last night’s self-absorbed speech that meant practically nothing, that nothing means even less because it very openly laid bare how seriously Cruz takes his own word. Not that most voters really seem to care about a candidate’s word any more, Cruz pretty much just negated any impact his speech might have had by not raising his hand in the past. No damage whatsoever to Trump here. The Republicans who seem to think having Hillary as president is better than having a member of their own party still feel that way. Cruz could have brought some of them into the fold, but refused to do so. As far as I’m concerned, I didn’t like Cruz before, he’s politically toast now.
And best I recall, John Kasich accepted the pledge as well.
And oddly enough, the only one who withheld from asserting he’d support whoever the candidate was, was Trump.
I watched ABC this morning for an hour. George Stephanopoulos and numerous guests commented on the Chicago protesters disrupting the Donald Trump rally there. He even had Bernie Sanders who proclaimed it was purely a racist thing.
What George did NOT do the entire show was show some of the less than flattering images from that rally. Namely these people waving a communist flag ON CNN. That IS CNN’s broadcast. Anyone watching that, and we’ll just have to assume George Stephanopoulos did, knows that these people weren’t there simply to voice their opposition to Trump’s campaign.
If we are to believe they were sincere, then we have to accept that they were there supporting communism. Which, is a form of socialism. Which, is what Bernie supports openly.
Now, to be subtle, a lot of people DO have issues with communism and socialism. I do. It’s never worked, led to the deaths of millions of people, and people supporting it have never had the first logical argument as to why we would actually be better off with it.
We can assume the people waving those flags, dressing as Nazis, and stomping on US flags, were there for no other reason to disrupt the rally and stifle Trump’s right to free speech.
Which, of course, is a staple of communism, which is a form of socialism, which is what Bernie supports.
My belief? This was nothing more than moveon.org going to bed with Black Lives Matter ( and anarchists ) to protest anything Republican. Bernie obviously got a stiffy thinking it was for him, but it wasn’t. He needs to look longer in the mirror. He’s not black no matter how hard he tries. They will never “support” Bernie. They’ll just hate his enemy. A union formed from hate never ends well. Ever.