PostHeaderIcon Tomi on Trump

Tomi’s clips usually run about two minutes apiece. Two parts on why America loves Trump, back in September:

 

 

Then, Part II:

 

 

However did Trump manage to resist her cute invitation for an interview? It would definitely have gone way past ‘viral.’ I’d call it his first serious blunder. 🙂  ◄Dave►

 

2 Responses to “Tomi on Trump”

    • ◄Dave► says:

      Whoever wrote that (It wasn’t Bennett: SNOPES) is describing the essence of the Incumbrepublocrat oligarchy. There is much more truth than fiction therein. 🙂

      Trump, beyond his own security, now has SS protection. If they somehow managed to keep Obama alive for 8 years, they can probably protect him too. At least, I hope so. 🙂

      I reckon the overlords can easily accomplish keeping him out of the Oval Office without the drama of making him a martyr. If it comes to it, the GOP wing of the Incumbrepublocrats can rig/maneuver the convention to prevent his nomination. Then he would run as an Independent, which would assure the victory would go to the candidate nominated by the Dems wing, presumably Hillary. Those truly in charge would be fine with that.

      Speaking of the convention, in a Washington Post article entitled, “GOP preparing for a contested convention” there is an actual quote by Bill Bennett:

      Conservative radio host William J. Bennett, who served as President Ronald Reagan’s education secretary, said the unrest on the right echoes the run-up to the 1976 GOP convention, when Reagan challenged then-President Gerald Ford. But Bennett called this moment “a little more intense.”

      “That said, people shouldn’t be panicking, and I think things will calm down when people in the party leadership realize there are core truths to what Trump is saying and he’s not trying to take down the party. For many conservatives, his candidacy is a positive disruption,” Bennett said. “Let things run their course.”

      If anything, he added, the GOP convention “may get a ton of interest. People will want to tune in. They won’t tune in to the Democratic coronation.”

      That is a valid point. GOP conventions have become boring and not worth watching, except when they allow Sarah Palin to speak. This one could have a little actual drama, if the outcome is not known in advance. 🙂 ◄Dave►

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