The Pardu

The Pardu
Watchful eyes and ears feed the brain, thus nourishing the brain cells.

Friday, October 9, 2015

Trump's Las Vegas Act


The nation's number one showman was in Las Vegas within the past 36 hours.  His visit was accentuated by the almost unimaginable performance of a woman who claims to be Colombian and the woman's actions as an alleged number one Trump fan.   

Let me state the entire scenario appeared as staged as any of the carnival barker's acts. Yet, the staging isn't my primary for visiting the stage show. My interest in the one minute episode is as follows. As you watch the video pay particular attention to what takes place at the 41 second mark.

We love way White House Introducing Donald Trump s biggest-fan-s-Hispanic

What you observed will not receive any attention from US media (AKA MSM). I can only guess there are items on which media would rather not, or better not, comment. Trump literally placed his hands on the woman's mid-torso and performed a few rubs. It is impossible for media producers and editors to have missed the touching, and I am certain GOP/RNC election managers saw the inappropriate touching. Yet, it has so far gone without comment.

Before turn this piece over to Mediaite, allow a thought. How presidential was Trumps touching? Even with what appears as the supreme sycophant (who happens to be married), Trump's actions were indicative of a person with low regard for women. While I am certain he would never have applied the uncommon and un-presidential touching to most stage visitors, his actions showed an unbecoming inner core and frankly a bit sleazy.

Mediaite recants CNN's interview with the "Hispanic: reveler.

Mediaite and CNNs Brooke Baldwin

Trump’s Latino Superfan Baffles CNN’s Baldwin: He Is ‘My Perfect Man’

In his ongoing quest to prove that Latinos do, in fact, “love” him, Donald Trump brought a Hispanic woman named Myriam Witcher up on stage at his Las Vegas rally Thursday night who could not love him more.

“Yes, Mr. Trump! We love you! We love you, all the way to the White House!” she exclaimed, her hands held high in the air.

On Friday, CNN’s Brooke Baldwin tried to get to the bottom of how this woman could possibly feel the way she does about Trump.

“Oh my God, he is coming — he is our man sent from heaven. He is a very, very beautiful human being, beautiful heart, a lot of love and compassion,” Witcher gushed, citing Trump’s charity work and books on business as the origins of her support for the GOP frontrunner.

Watch video below, via CNN:

Asked if she had ever met Trump before she appeared on stage with him last night, Witcher replied, “Only in my dreams.” She said it was the “law of attraction” that brought them together, but then clarified that it was actually messages she wrote on Facebook about being an enthusiastic Latino supporter that caused Trump’s campaign to contact her. “I guess from the campaign, I guess,” she said when Baldwin asked if that is how she ended up on stage with the candidate, despite the fact that Trump denied any “setup” beforehand.

Witcher then reversed her story moments later, saying “nobody” from the campaign spoke to her. “I just only talked to God and my computer and in my heart and that’s it,” she said.

As for Trump’s comments about Mexican “rapists,” Witcher said, “It doesn’t bother me at all.” She called Trump “100% right” and “my perfect man,” adding, “everything he says is absolutely right.”

All Brooke Baldwin could do in the end was smile and nod and thank her guest for speaking from her heart. “Donald Trump should be so lucky to have someone like you in his camp,” she concluded.

[Photo via screengrab]

No comments :

Post a Comment