“Donald Trump’s comments criticizing a judge because of his ethnic background are ‘the textbook definition of racist comments,’ Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said Tuesday…”
Trump has an almost insurmountable climb to become President. He has to face the Clinton crime machine (she has 22 press secretaries, Trump has 3), the democrat media (which would be almost all of them), and pussy willows like Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell, two Republicans not worthy of any public office. Ryan, remember, LOST an election running with the loser Romney. And McConnell would prefer Hillary as President because it would not interrupt his march to become a billionaire. He blatantly lied to his constituents to get reelected, then went back to D.C. and did just the opposite. He and Harry Reid have the same objectives. Money!
Let me ask you a question. And think about this before you answer. What is so outlandish about Trump claiming possible bias from a judge who grew up in a home with parents who are Native Mexicans, when Trump has strongly proclaimed that he is going to “build a wall” between the U.S. and Mexico? Judges are not gods. Judges have biases like everyone else. I have been in court and have lost cases from obviously biased Judges.
If you watch the Investigative Discovery channel you have seen repeated documentaries of biased judges who have sent innocent people to jail for life on evidence that was obviously rigged or produced by unscrupulous police. (Incidentally, the police are also not gods, and are just as biased as you and I. It is human nature – we all have biases whether we admit to them or not.)
That is not to say that there are not good policemen and judges who do their best to follow the law. But in the case of career politicians, like Ryan and McConnell, two men who have never had legitimate jobs and who have given a socialist president everything he demanded for EIGHT years, their criticism of Trump is merely part of their pandering nature. They don’t want to offend anybody who might not vote them back into their plush offices. If Trump had paid attention to the likes of Ryan and McConnell he would have lost the first primary. The reason Americans like Trump is because he is NOT like Ryan and McConnell.
We don’t want a pandering President. We don’t want do-nothing Republicans aiding Socialist Democrats in continuing to destroy our country. We don’t want a pussy for President. Donald Trump has been a public figure for over 30 years and has dealt with all races, colors, religions, creeds, ethnicity, and has never been called a racist until now. And that criticism comes, not from the American people, but from worthless politicians like Ryan and McConnell, who will denigrate Trump to protect the nice comfortable nests they have built for themselves. Personally, I think Trump’s appeal to grass roots Americans is that he is NOT afraid of judges or anyone else. We need a President with balls to stand up to a judge or anybody else in the world who doesn’t want to “Make America Great Again.”