Little Donald is so adorable with his whole, "If I lose, it's because the election is rigged" thing. And it's not surprising he would have to say something like that to bolster his ego. He is clearly a man with confidence/image/self-esteem issues. I mean, watch that "Pussygate" video again.
Let's pretend that Trump's "locker room talk" isn't about groping non-consenting women at will. (In case you misunderstood, that is why people are so horrified by the video. It's not because he said the p-word. But we don't need to get into that.)
One thing that's obvious from this video is that "The Donald," all big and powerful and rich and stuff... is desperate to impress Billy Bush, some D-list celebrity most people hadn't even heard of before last Friday.
Isn't that so, so sad and pathetic?
But that isn't the video I wanted to show you today. You've probably already seen it and decided that it's okay for presidents to grope people, since Bill Clinton (who, by the way, isn't actually running for president right now)... also groped people?
Since you're so eager to believe whatever conspiracy theory people tell you to believe, I have another really fun one for you. Did you know that Steven Spielberg and Robert Zemeckis predicted September 11 -- back in 1985???
Seriously. This video is all the proof you need:
This has some major implications. Like, does that mean Spielberg is part of Al-Qaeda? Should we appoint a special prosecutor to look into this, and maybe put him in jail?
I mean, the guy who made this video did a much better job of providing "evidence" than Trump ever did with his wild, unfounded accusation that our entire democracy is rigged. So it must be true, right?
No, but seriously. If you truly think our democracy is rigged, why are you even here? Wouldn't you rather go live somewhere where they have a "true" democracy? And, like, lower taxes and stuff?
I'll leave you with this: even Al Gore, who was compared to the war criminal Slobodan Milosevic for challenging election results, was eventually able to admit, “While I strongly disagree with the court’s decision, I accept it. I accept the finality of this outcome... For the sake of our unity as a people and the strength of our democracy, I offer my concession.”
Do you think Trump could ever admit defeat to Hillary without making some childish, ego-saving excuse?
No. Because he is just not man enough to do that. I mean, what would Billy Bush think?
Want to know more? These books might help you become a sharper, more critical thinker.
Suspicious Minds: Why We Believe in Conspiracy Theories, by Rob Brotherton:
The United States of Paranoia: A Conspiracy Theory, by Jesse Walker.
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