About Donald Trump

About Donald Trump

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About Donald Trump

Anyone that swears fealty to the dollar and people claim is not part of the establishment.

This is a con.

The dollar IS the establishment in the US.

Jimstone.is – Please get a grip conspiracy nuts who are touting this candidate as somehow ‘separate’ from the ruling powers.

For example.

He’s not an innovator.

Donald Trump has created nothing new or unique. He’s speculated using his fathers capital, and been rubbing shoulders with the rich and privileged in the US from a very early age.

It’s been a hard working American that’s done it…

Death of the American dream

His allusions to greatness stem from a feeling of mediocrity overcoming…

Getting on in life through working hard.

Like Don himself right?

Not particularly bright, not particularly talented. But the shared drive to make a dollar for a brighter future.

Ultimately, belief in the dollar to make a brighter future.

Ultimately, belief in the dollar.

Not part of the establishment?

Right….

Here’s a story from Donald Trump’s campaign’s front lines.

I don’t really get involved in Politics, but this thing speaks for itself.

Donald Trump is as much establishment as you can possibly be.

Pls get a grip.

Donald Trump’s campaign

Taken from Facebook

Donald Trump campaign
Donald Trump Campaign security looks at a black man.

(the guy in the suit is a Trump Secret Service agent)

This is what I will say about the Trump rally I attended Saturday…alone.

It was scary. This man knows just what to say to fire up his crowd, no matter how factually inaccurate it may be.

Wall! ISIS! Kill Them! Mexico!

Then there was the blatant fear mongering. He told Ohioans that only oil was propping up their state, and that their economy was in serious trouble. He said this over and over again.

He also told the crowd that ISIS was out to kill them. That ISIS was putting 50 people at a time in cages and drowning them in the ocean. And that we had to kill them first.

Cheers for water boarding. Cheers for torture. Calls to cut off their heads.

If this was a brown person saying the exact same things in the Middle East, we’d call them a dangerous terrorist. But since it’s a white man in America, we call him a Presidential Candidate.

The scariest part was the crowd. They loved everything that was being said. The calls for the wall. The calls to blow up oil fields. The calls to torture and kill people.

And the protesters. Every time a protester was kicked out, they were yells to get them out of here, even to KILL THEM!!!

Really? Kill them? For protesting?

When Trump brought up Obama, a teen even exclaimed “FCUK THAT NI&&ER!!!!”

I felt like at any point, the crowd was going to light torches and grab their pitchforks, and spill out into the streets.

The worst part was when their venom turned toward me. There were protestors around me who got ushered out, and then people started pointing at me, motioning for the Secret Service to “get him out of there”.

Now mind you, I hadn’t uttered a single word the entire rally, but people still said things like “Well what about this one? He needs to go too!”

At this point, the black kid that grew up in the projects, surrounded by drugs and gunfire, felt CONCERNED for his safety…at a Donald Trump rally.

At that rally, I saw the scary underbelly of America. I saw unadulterated hate, fueled by intentional misinformation.

These people who, just 2 hours ago, seemed like good and kind people, were now cheering for blood.

The worst part is Donald Trump knows EXACTLY what he’s doing. He’s patterned his campaign after a WWE match…

And it’s working.

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