Friday, June 24, 2016


To all those fact checkers out there, Donald Trump is offering, as adequate proof of his veracity, as to his allegations against  Clinton and Obama, their disrespectful criticisms of him.  He indicates that their responses to his attacks are nothing less than shameful. 

1 comment:

  1. Then he's really going to be upset at how his own party's new proposed convention rule could affect his campaign bid.

    New proposed rule:
    "If any such delegate notifies the secretary of his or her intent to cast a vote of conscience, whether personal or religious, each such delegate shall be unbound and unconstrained by these rules on any given vote," the letter reads. The proposal goes into further detail, explaining that a delegate can change their mind for "personal reasons," which include, but are not limited to the disclosure of any "grievous acts of personal conduct" by the party's nominee, which include "criminally actionable acts," "acts of moral turpitude" or "extreme prejudice," just to name a few.

    They should be straightforward about it and call it the "Trump Rule", as that is clearly its intended purpose.

    What does that say about you when your own party's attacks are more voracious than your opponents'?