The Crap Trump Does

DonaldTrump menaceBy Earl L. Small
The CRAP TRUMP DOES.....(stupid is as stupid does)
Donald Trump is asking law enforcement officers to arrest protesters at his rally in Kansas City, Missouri. He argues that fear of an "arrest mark" on people's records may put an end to the near-constant disruptions at his rallies. He says he's "going to start pressing charges against all these people." This, a day after he called off a planned Chicago event because it attracted so many protesters.

Trump says arrests would mar their records. That's "going to ruin the rest of their lives," he says. And then, he tells supporters, "we're not going to have

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any more protesters, folks."

Donald Trump is blaming Bernie Sanders' supporters for trouble at his rallies. And that's prompting him to go after the Vermont senator. In his Kansas City, Missouri, rally, Trump referred to "Bernie our communist friend" and called him a "lousy" senator.

Indeed, some signs for Sanders have shown up at the protests but there's no indication of an organized effort from his Democratic campaign to undermine him and no evidence that Sanders people are dominating the demonstrations. Trump says he's seen some Hillary Clinton signs, too.

As protesters made their mark at his latest rally, Donald Trump seemed to relish the interruptions.

In Kansas City, Missouri, he repeatedly ridiculed them — as people with a "little weak voice" and saying "go home to mommy." Even while stirring up his boisterous supporters, he asked security to be "very gentle" when taking the protesters out. By about 20 minutes into his remarks, more than a dozen demonstrators were escorted out, offering little resistance. Most of them are white.

Trump was eager to engage them. As he put it: "There is nothing so interesting as a Trump rally."
And in Florida... Florida officials say they have received no complaints about problems with early voting despite an assertion by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump that there were attempts to "rig the vote."

Meredith Beatrice, a spokeswoman for Florida's secretary of state, says on Saturday state officials have received no formal complaints about election fraud during this year's presidential primary. The primary is Tuesday but early voting has been going on for at least a week in some counties.
Republican front-runner Trump said on Twitter that his campaign was "asking for law enforcement to check for dishonest early voting in Florida." He also stated that he had heard that some Republicans may be trying to "rig the vote" for Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. The campaign has provided no examples.

Florida has earned a reputation for troubled elections in the past.
What a irritating ass...and if we don't wake up people, he will slime his way into the White House.


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