Thursday, January 28, 2016

What's Frightening -- He is Probably Right . . . .

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Good lord . . .

Donald Trump suggested he could shoot someone in a crowded area and still keep voters, speaking at a rally in Iowa Saturday.
Multiple reporters, including ones from CNN and CBS, quickly picked up Trump's remarks. 
"I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue, shoot somebody, and I wouldn't lose any voters," Trump said. 
The Trump campaign could not immediately be reached for comment.The specter of violence at a Trump rally is hardly new.
At a November rally in Alabama, at least six white attendees punched and kicked a black protester, CNN reported. 
Less than a month later, at a rally in Las Vegas, multiple protesters were escorted from the audience as a cacophony of Trump supporters shouted out phrases including "He's a Muslim," "Sieg heil" and "Light the motherfucker on fire," according to NBC News.

There is word which describes people who would continue to support someone who nonchalantly fantasizes about committing cold blooded murder, or attempted murder in a public venue.

They are commonly, and clinically, referred to as . . .

  1. a person with a personality disorder manifesting itself in extreme antisocial attitudes and behavior and a lack of conscience.

Trump supporters most certainly are sociopaths - there is no other logical explanation to account for the type of humans who would support a bigoted, hateful, misogynist, bloodthirsty, smug and preening narcissist like The Great Donald and not think twice about it.

Should the orange haired simian some how defy the odds, and the wishes of the GOP establishment to win the Republican nomination, hopefully the sane among us will show up in force in the general election and send him, the GOP and the modern day conservative movement straight in to the dust bin of American politics  -- which is exactly where they all rightly belong at this point in our history.

The key word in that statement, notably, is "hopefully" . . . if you catch The Gadfly's drift . . .


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