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Showing posts with label "Wind doesn't blow". Show all posts
Showing posts with label "Wind doesn't blow". Show all posts

Friday, March 29, 2019

As Trump's World Turns: "Wind doesn't blow", "Pencil-neck", "Michelle OBama"




...Yup, another Trump rally


First a look and listen to the hordes who line-up for Trump's Grand Rapids rally.

Now let's visit inside the cesspool.

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A Trump Grand Rapids Michigan carnival show rally included personal insults, forays into a Chicago criminal case, profanity and general stands as yet another free-to-attend oozest. Would you consider viewing a few samples from the podium? 

Huff Post, link.

Aaron Ruper via Twitter
Trump has repeatedly dismissed the entire Russia investigation as a "hoax" pic.twitter.com/y9upGu3urm— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 28, 2019 
Trump is about to deliver a campaign speech in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Follow along for a video thread. pic.twitter.com/5V77Wvt50M— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 28, 2019 
We're 2 minutes in and Trump has already goaded his fans into booing the media twice pic.twitter.com/E5LRg0TJ24— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 28, 2019
Trump's audience sits with a presidential demagogue railing about our world (nothing related to policy other than slamming immigrants) while calling Democrats in Congress "sick people". Sick people? Have you ever heard of strategy related to deflection accompanied by a person with a lack of personal perception? Trump's crowd seems imbued as such. 

In another moment we find the short-sightedness of Trump and his sycophant supporters. MSNBC ratings drop? Really? How is that different from celebrating a gas price drop when prices will inevitably go up. Or, celebrating pool numbers when the same pollers could withing weeks report lowered polling numbers.
Pencil-neck?
Did the crowd partake-in  "Lock-her-up" with the reality of legal action against Trump's cabal? It seems his crowds are either reacting to crowd ques from Trump's handler's or they use "lock-her-up" as if at a football game doing the "wave". I suspect the latter as the aforementioned would surely draw attention from the media.
Remember this?



Now take a look and read about the reality of Trump current rally Lock-her-up chants as nothing more than an audience wave.
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The New York Times

Charged by the special counsel
Guilty
Charged
Charges
Paul Manafort
Paul ManafortFormer campaign chairmanTax evasion, bank fraud, failure to disclose a foreign bank account and witness tampering.Sentenced to 7.5 years in prisonMarch 13
Roger J. Stone Jr.
Roger J. Stone Jr.Longtime informal adviser to Mr. TrumpObstruction of an official proceeding, making false statements and witness tamperingChargedJan. 24
Michael D. Cohen
Michael D. CohenMr. Trump’s former lawyerLying to Congress (pleaded guilty Nov. 29, 2018)Sentenced to 3 years in prisonDec. 12, 2018
Richard Pinedo
Richard PinedoCalifornia man who sold bank accounts onlineIdentity fraud (pleaded guilty Feb. 12, 2018)Sentenced to six months in prisonOct. 10, 2018
George Papadopoulos
George PapadopoulosFormer campaign adviserLying to the F.B.I. about conversations with people he believed were working on behalf of Russians (pleaded guilty Oct. 5, 2017)Sentenced to 14 days in prisonSept. 7, 2018
Twelve Russian intelligence officers
Twelve Russian intelligence officersConspiracy to commit an offense against the United States, identity theft, conspiracy to launder moneyChargedJuly 13, 2018
Konstantin V. Kilimnik
Konstantin V. KilimnikRussian Army-trained linguist and associate of Mr. ManafortObstruction of justiceChargedJune 8, 2018
Alex van der Zwaan
Alex van der ZwaanLawyer who worked with Mr. Manafort and Mr. GatesLying to investigators about conversations with Mr. Gates (pleaded guilty Feb. 20, 2018)Sentenced to 30 days in prisonApril 3, 2018
Rick Gates
Rick GatesFormer campaign adviserFinancial fraud and lying to the F.B.I.Pleaded guiltyFeb. 23, 2018
Thirteen Russian nationals
Thirteen Russian nationalsand three related companiesConspiracy to defraud the U.S., conspiracy to commit bank fraud, identity theftChargedFeb. 16, 2018
Michael T. Flynn
Michael T. FlynnFormer national security adviserLying to the F.B.I. about conversations with the Russian ambassadorPleaded guiltyDec. 1, 2017

Well, actually sometimes the wave fails to develop ad it looks like this.

 

But at Trump rallies with people who very well may attend rallies to exercise their opportunity to chant "lock-her-up". The moments of chanting is comparable to this.



If you have a few minutes the psychology of the wave is an interesting study in human behavior.  A behavior with roots back to 1981 and captured via this quote from former sportscaster Joe Garagiola.

Exploratorium.edu (link)
“Crescendo rising here. It’s amazing, I’ve never seen anything like this…”
-Sportscaster Joe Garagiola describing the first documented appearance of a "stadium wave" at the Oakland Alameda Coliseum on October 15, 1981.
Grab that Red MAGA cap and partake in a ritual chant. 

Alas, Trump moved to Michelle Obama. We will forego the rightful tendency to post pictures of Trump's arm-candy model prior to their marriage. It would be equally appropriate to post his wife's visit to the View at which she joined in racist birtherism. But, we will pass and simply post the Aaron Ruper tweet.
Huge boos when Trump mentions Michelle Obama pic.twitter.com/KZKNUz7Xq3 
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 28, 2019
"The wind doesn't always blow."

I will bring the post to an end at this point. You can visit Aaron Rupar's Twitter page via this link

Question. While I recognize Trump's rallies are campaign visits to communities in which he has great support,  I must ask: Is there anything about the Twitter post above you find even remotely respectful, decent or "presidential?" 

Before I close, consider this as you think about our nation.

"Sucks?"

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