The permanent elite of Washington D.C are very unhappy with Trump. The whole Bush family are pure demons. George senior is the only U.S. president who continued demanding regular weekly briefings after retirement from office. His son was so unedcuated and dumb daddy was the real person who ran the White House remotely in the background. No wonder George junior spent most of his time playing golf and vacationing. He never knew how to answer any questions the media asked of him since he didn’t actually do any work. No other president in history took more time off from work.
Watch the old geriatric making a throat-cut gesture sitting in the audience watching the republican debate in Houston, Texas, on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2016:
The media has gone into over-drive over uber-racist and former KKK member David Duke’s support of Donald Trump. That doesn’t even make sense since Duke is a morbid jew-hater while Trump promises to offer more support to Israel. Trump definitely does not represent what David Duke wants.
This distraction was invoked over and over again to bolster the narrative that Trump is appealing to “racist voters”.
On the other hand, the media ignores to mention this little video gem from Hillary Clinton.
After the death of Robert C. Byrd in 2010, Clinton gave a glowing eulogy to Byrd in a video that was uploaded to the State Department’s official YouTube page.
“Today our country has lost a true American original, my friend and mentor Robert C. Byrd,” said Clinton, praising the Senator as “a man of surpassing eloquence and nobility.”
“From my first day in the Senate, I sought out his guidance, and he was always generous with his time and his wisdom. I admired his tireless advocacy for his West Virginia constituents, his fierce defense of the Constitution and the traditions of the Senate, and his passion for a government that improves the lives of the people it serves,” added Clinton.
Former Senator Robert Byrd joined the KKK when he was 24-years-old because he didn’t want to fight alongside “race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds,” during World War II.
“I shall never fight in the armed forces with a negro by my side,” vowed Byrd in a 1944 letter to Sen. Theodore Bilbo (D-MS).
Byrd subsequently wrote another letter in 1946 in which he asserted that, “The Klan is needed today as never before, and I am anxious to see its rebirth here in West Virginia and in every state in the nation.”
Byrd, who also voted against the 1965 Civil Rights Act, later renounced his affiliation with the Klan.