10-24-2016, 08:28 AM
It's amusing seeing people who regularly post outright lies/out of context snips complain about unfortunate words that have come out of their candidate's mouth.
Question: How many times has Trump ended his speech in front of avg Americans saying we need to come together "as a world community"?
Question: If they hated Trump so much, why was his speech so well received? Yes, there were some boos and jeers in the middle, but the beginning, and more importantly, the end was well received. People try to spin this event as Trump "standing up to a den of vipers" and all I can do is laugh. The many pictures of Trump and Hillary laughing together at that event suggest otherwise.
Regarding the primary topic here; whether or not Trump is/was in on the use of the Pied Piper strategy is immaterial to the fact that TeamHillary knew he would be a weak candidate. It ain't like the Pied Piper strategy is some kind of new thing. The DNC used it in the Missouri Senate race to eliminate Brunner and insure Aiken would be the opponent against McCaskill. This tells me that Trump's support was artificially inflated. In that regard I find it interesting that Trump did so well in open primary states, and now, looking at the Podesta Emails, seeing how TeamClinton was worried about Sanders using Obama's alleged strategy of flooding the caucuses with ineligible voters, I wonder what other dirty tricks they may have employed to insure they had an opposing candidate worse than theirs.
People say the establishment hates Trump, yet ignore how much airtime/column space he was given and chalk it up to Trump being a master manipulator. That appears to be wishful thinking to me. The establishment hated Paul, how much airtime did they give him?