The Source of Trump’s Appeal

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We hear all the time from the Democrat news media—which I know from more than 35 years professional experience includes most television and newspapers–that Trump is a bigot who is untrained and unrestrained and therefore too loosey-goosey to be president. Then we think of his opponent.

“You probably thought Trump was the bigot in this contest,” writes Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert cartoon strip, “until Clinton called half of Trump’s supporters a ‘basket of deplorables.’ That’s the point at which observers started to see a pattern. Trump has been consistently supportive of American citizens of all types – with the exception of the press and his political opponents. The main targets of Trump’s rhetoric are the nations that compete against us. In stark contrast, Clinton turned her hate on American citizens. That’s the real kind of hate. Trump is more about keeping America safe and competing effectively in the world. That is literally the job of president.”

Exactly and that’s why he is surging ahead of her, why his rallies are larger and more enthusiastic, and why the recent spate of pipe-bomb and knife attacks will help him win, probably by a landslide.

Via Instapundit

9 responses to “The Source of Trump’s Appeal

  1. Have you noticed that the aggressive so called “protestors” at Trump rallys have somewhat disappeared?

  2. I had not but I never paid them much attention to begin with. I would expect they would be back in larger numbers as it becomes more obvious to her supporters (her insiders surely already know) that she is losing. But they may have been withdrawn after polling showed they only made him more sympathetic.

  3. “I would expect they would be back in larger numbers as it becomes more obvious to her supporters” I think you’re right on that, but it won’t be for the suppression of Trump support as the original ones were. Probably along the lines of trying to get an election postponement etc, through federal intervention.

  4. I may be naive, but I still don’t believe the system, rigged though it is by the ruling class, is quite that corrupt.

  5. “but I still don’t believe the system, rigged though it is by the ruling class, is quite that corrupt.” I don’t either, but I do believe THEY (Hillaryites) would try it. If they did, I also believe it would be a mistake of the first order.

  6. So you are implying that Trump engineered the most recent spate of muslim terrorism?

    Don’t panic, Dick. I’m just kidding. I would not be surprised if the Clintons seized upon that idea, though.

  7. She’s doing that today in a roundabout way, calling him a “recruiting sergeant” for ISIS because he mentions Islam in the same breath with terrorism. Or something. I try not to follow her remarks unless I see them in headlines. And Barry is out there saying that not voting for her is sexism. Had to be some sort of ism. He’s worried because his “legacy” might go down the tubes if Trump wins. We can hope.

  8. Oh, he’ll have a legacy alright, the most despised man to be US President in modern times, unless of course Hillary gets elected.

  9. They remember her in Arkansas. From the LA Times: “I’ve known Hillary for many years,” said Sen. Dale Bumpers. “She’ll find a way to screw it up. She always does.” No wonder she lives in NYC, as far as she can get from the people who know her best without falling off the continent.