Monday, February 20, 2017

In His Own Words: The Trump Daily Reader

President Trump's words are inimitable, really. Really they are. Such great words.
Mad Dog has decided to devote at least one post a day to his words, because, well, they are so revealing. 
So here a few from the Melbourne, Florida speech.

The White House is running so smoothly. So smoothly. And believe me, I and we inherited one big mess. That I can tell you, but I know that you want safe neighborhoods where the streets belong to families and communities, not gang members and drug dealers who are right now as I speak being thrown out of the country and they will not be let back in.

This is, of course, very good news. 
I presume he is talking about inner city Detroit here, although it could be, I suppose downtown Hampton.  At any rate, it's like a new Holocaust in the inner cities, where people are dying violently every day in great big numbers, so big, you wouldn't believe. And the dishonest media, so dishonest, keep telling us crime rates are down. Well, tell that to the mother who's kids get shot. Every day. Just such a disaster.  But we're sending the gang members back to wherever they came from, which is probably Mexico, because, you know, that country is sending us all their rapists.

That's what happens: you rape somebody in Mexico, or you say you want to rape somebody and the Mexicans tell you to just go north and rape some American women, who are white. Just so incredible. But we are catching them and sending them back and, of course, they will never think to try to come back here again, because we know their names. 

We inherited such a mess from Obama. Just look at the stock market. And look at the unemployment rate. And look at all the people without health care insurance.  And look at what's going on in Sweden. Just look. And Bowling Green, that massacre.  

And you know there is some terrorist somewhere in the world, right now, trying, planning to get on a plane to come to blow up a bomb in Times Square or downtown Detroit, or Hampton,  but we are going to stop him, because we know just where he's coming from. He's going to get on a plane in Somolia or Iran or Syria or someplace mostly Muslim and he is bad. But we are set up to stop him, if the stupid courts don't stop us from stopping him, but then that's on the courts, not me. Really, bad high school students could know better than those judges of the Ninth Circuit, which have been reversed, like 80% of the time, or something like that. You wouldn't believe how often they've been reversed, got it wrong, just so incredible.

Anyway, that's my best interpretation of what the President is saying. 
He speaks in parables, sort of, you you kind of have to read into it. 

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