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Trump Update 5/21/2016…Trump Tells Hillary to Lose Her Armed Bodyguards

Saturday, May 21, 2016 15:57
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Donald Trump – The 2nd Amendment

Trump Lashes Out At Clinton’s Hypocrisy: “No More Guns To Protect Hillary!”

As the Clinton campaign continues to stumble along trying to figure out just how to attack Trump, The Donald is wasting no time showing Hillary how that’s done. Trump has already put together the narrative he plans to use in order to defeat Clinton this fall, and the plan is very simple: Paint Hillary as a crooked, untrustworthy candidate who wants to confiscate everyone’s guns. Fresh off of receiving the NRA’s endorsement, Trump fired up his twitter account this morning and immediately got to work on just that. The Donald called out Hillary’s gun control hypocrisy by saying that if Clinton wants to get rid of guns, then that mandate should include the bodyguards that travel with Clinton as protection.

As The Hill reports, Speaking to the NRA on Friday, Trump repeatedly railed against Clinton, calling her “the most anti-gun, anti-Second Amendment candidate ever to run for office.” Repeatedly slamming her as “heartless Hillary,” Trump on Friday also called for Clinton’s Secret Service protection to disarm. “Let’s see how they feel walking around without their guns and their bodyguards,” he said.

Trump promised to not let the NRA down after his endorsement was announced, and while what he would do in the White House remains to be seen, The Donald is quickly capitalizing on his recent NRA momentum by immediately going after Hillary. And that, (cc: Clinton campaign), is how effective branding is done.

Trump Tells Hillary to Dump Bodyguards’ Guns

In the spirit of fairness, GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump called on Democrat frontrunner Hillary Clinton to relinquish her bodyguard’s firearms over her anti-Second Amendment stance. “Crooked Hillary wants to get rid of all guns and yet she is surrounded by bodyguards who are fully armed,” Trump wrote in a Saturday morning tweet. “No more guns to protect Hillary!” The message comes one day after Trump received the endorsement of the National Rifle Association, one of the nation’s leading Second Amendment activist groups. On Friday, the hotel mogul began his speech at the NRA’s annual meeting in Louisville, Kentucky, discussing how Clinton’s ultimate goal is total disarmament of the American people.

“Hillary Clinton – and you know I call her ‘Crooked Hillary’ because all you have to do is read any newspaper you want – but Hillary Clinton wants to abolish the Second Amendment, just remember that. We’re not talking about changing. She wants to abolish the Second Amendment, so we’re not gonna let that happen, I can tell you that right now. We’re gonna preserve, we’re gonna cherish it, we’re gonna take care of it.” “If she gets to appoint her judges, she will abolish the Second Amendment,” Trump said. “In my opinion, that’s what she’s going to go for.” Hillary responded with a tweet about “preventing senseless gun violence.”

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“Like It or Not, Donald Trump Will Be Your Next President”

Trump will be the next president of the United States. Now, before you take up arms over that statement, take a minute to carefully peruse the evidence pointing to precisely such an outcome. Because – no matter your opinions concerning the maladroit, cocksure demagogue with a fondness for describing himself in the third person – it’s almost inevitable you’ll soon be calling him President Trump. Take, for instance, Trump’s almost miraculously massive following’s aptitude in forcing the GOP establishment to its knees in concession once Ted Cruz and John Kasich abruptly withdrew their bids for the White House. As has rightly been reported, this indicates a Republican Party in utter disarray. However, despite the chaos, Trump’s veritable chokehold on — and indiscriminate thwarting of — politics-as-usual became immediately apparent with House Speaker Paul Ryan’s capitulation that he would, indeed, support the presumptive nominee in whatever capacity necessary at the Republican National Convention. Though GOP insiders might claim Trump’s wild success has ‘destroyed’ party tradition — and it arguably has — focusing on just the GOP downplays the ataxia unfolding on the other side of the aisle.

Controversy over Trump has been matched, if not surpassed, solely by the contentiously war-mongering — not to mention fundamentally mendacious — campaign of Hillary Clinton. Mystifying innumerable independent observers, Clinton’s dominance of the Democratic race for the presidency continually defies polls touting Bernie Sanders as the infinitely more popular candidate. Granted, such polls are notoriously unreliable predictors of an actual vote, but their function as barometers of national opinion facilely illustrates trends that, over time, leave little room for doubt. Yet, as state after state holds primaries and caucuses, reports of potential electoral fraud and gross voter disenfranchisement explode in headlines and social media — turning any doubt about decisive poll results into an electoral gray area worthy of a closer look.

Such rampant corruption of the voting process demands meticulous consideration, as those more prone to question such discrepancies might justifiably conjecture whether Hillary Clinton’s zeal for office has trumped her obligation to adhere to the law. Besides whatever shady wrangling may be taking place, however, the Democratic Party’s devotion to establishment narratives has cleaved a sharp rift — which likely won’t be bridged even after the next president sits at the helm……………………

……………….As if the situation couldn’t play out more smoothly in Trump’s favor, the latest poll, released Thursday, puts the billionaire narcissist ahead of diehard war hawk, Clinton, for the first time this election season. Rasmussen Report’s first White House Watch poll — pitting potential candidate match-ups for the national election — places Trump beating Clinton, 42 percent to her 37 percent. Though not sizeable, it’s still a palpable lead. If Sanders cannot win the delegate count — or, rather, is materially barred from winning through dicey establishment tactics — and Clinton is already polling behind Trump in theoretical elections, it appears the United States has clamorously fumbled its way to installing Trump in the White House. Polls vascillate, as does popular opinion, but this collision course by inept design appears most likely to place one of the most hated candidates in presidential election history at the helm of the so-called Free World.

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