Idiotic Drivel by Trump

Before his presidential campaign, I had some partial respect for Trump as a successful business man. Now that I heard him speak, all the respect has faded. He sounds like a buffoon. How can he expect us to take him seriously? How can anyone do business with this man after this election is over? Would you want to shake hands and do a deal with Trump?


Apparently there are people in this country who buy into this drivel:

We have kids that are watching the Internet, and they want to be masterminds. And then you wonder why we lose all these kids, they want to be masterminds; they’re young, they’re impressionable, they want to join ISIS.

And we have our anchors—I think I’ve got ’em mostly stopped, have you noticed that, they don’t say it as much—but they say, the ‘young mastermind’, oh he’s brilliant. I don’t think he’s got a high IQ. In Paris, I called him the guy with the dirty, filthy hat. ‘K? Not a smart guy, a dummy. A mastermind? Bing bing bing, starts shooting everybody.

The press has to be responsible; they’re not being responsible. We’re losing a lot of people because of the Internet. We have to see Bill Gates and a lot of different people who really understand what’s happening and maybe, in some ways, closing that Internet up in some ways.

Somebody will say, ‘Oh, freedom of speech, freedom of speech.’ These are foolish people, we have a lot of foolish people. We’ve got to maybe do something with the Internet because they’re recruiting by the thousands, they’re leaving our country, and then when they come back, we take them back.

‘Where were you?’ ‘I was fighting for ISIS.’ ‘Oh, come on back. Go home, enjoy yourself.’ When they leave our country and they go to fight or go to ISIS, they never can come back.

2 thoughts on “Idiotic Drivel by Trump

  1. Bob Saxton

    One of the great aspects of this country is ” everyone has the right to express their opinion”. Mine may different than yours, but again, the great part of this country is your right to disagree with what I am expressing. Maybe our method of solving a problem is different, it doesn’t mean that each of us is wrong, it only means that we have different views of the problem. So if Trump, or any other politician, doesn’t fit into one’s view point on how to solve problems, then we have the right vote for someone. Right now the problem is terrorism and how to best defeat it. I believe that an armed populist is one way to protect the home-business and citizens-but there are people who disagree with this solution and in this country they have the right to voice their opposition. So in ending this rambling I think that we, the citizens of this country, have an obligation to solve this problem by getting involved.

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