Something truly noteworthy happened at last night’s debate. You may not have noticed it beneath the heft of personal attacks and the awkward, looming presence of John Kasich. Well, allegedly John Kasich. There are unconfirmed reports that for non-close-ups, he was using a stand-in. Ted Cruz came out of the gates with his sights aimed on getting to the truth. More specifically, the money trail that Donald’s been avoiding this whole campaign. Witness the attacks, the facts, the discomfort, and the double-chinned scowls that follow.
And lets talk about this election, the choice Republican primary voters are making is who is best prepared to stand up to Hillary Clinton and beat Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump has written checks to Hillary Clinton not once, not twice, not three times, ten times. And four of those checks were not to her senate campaign, it wasn’t that she was the New York senator and it was the cost of doing business, it was to her presidential campaign. Donald Trump, in 2008, wrote four checks to elect Hillary Clinton as president. So I’d like to ask Donald, why did you write checks to Hillary Clinton to be president in 2008? It wasn’t for business. How can you stand on the debate stage now with her and say you don’t think she should be president?
Now, I know to those who love Trump, none of this will matter. After all, what’s a mere ten donations to Hillary Clinton, the woman you now claim you’ll put behind bars.
It’s not like it was… twelve.
Yeah, that’s the ticket. It’s not like it was twelve! Everyone know that twelve is the magic number here. You give ten massive donations to lifelong
friends criminals Democrats, that’s par for the course. Donald Trump lived in New York after all. What was he supposed to do? Be a principled Conservative?
Good luck finding one of those in New York state. Haven’t you heard? There isn’t one. There isn’t. A. Single. One. The only way to be successful in business in NYC is to buddy up to the Clintons, support big government, partial birth abortion and far-left policies for years. Every single, successful business person from NYC has had to do the same. It’s impossible to make it in America and be successful honestly, to hear Trump say it.
Wait, that doesn’t sound like he thinks America is so great. Did I miss something?
Oh, also Ted Cruz is a liar. That’s right. Let’s go with that one.