Trump in Phoenix

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Honestly, this speech cheered me almost as much as the Afghanistan policy speech did, or his brilliant bitchslapping of the vile Morlocks called the Press during his several Charlottesville remarks.

The Phoenix speech won my heart. One of the best political speeches I have ever heard. He reaffirms the basic American values that the Left and that other group of Leftists calling themselves the Alt-Right both mock and despise.

He is not afraid to point out that the conservative philosophy of respect for the individual is based on love, and the collectivist philosophy based on contempt for the individual is based on hate.

He curbstomps that press. How can these gargoyles in the media be so blind, and so stupid, that they allowed events to spiral out of control to the point where vast crowds of people who otherwise would be perfectly willing to be their loyal customers are shouting “CNN SUCKS!” at the top of their lungs for minutes on end? What kind of absolute devotion to utter dishonesty does it take to wake the sleeping giant to such wrath, and what kind of folly learns no lesson, and does nothing to soothe the giant again?

One example of Fake News was the overblown and exaggerated predictions of riots and protests beforehand; the frothingly eager commentary about the protests during and after. Six people or so showed up. The Dem cops wanted to put on a show for the camera, to pretend there was violence going on, so they fired a tear gas grenade into one guy’s crotch. Then the crazy news monsters merely frothed and lied and sneered and lied and lied and lied afterward. And made up many more make believe headlines about make believe violence.

Some choice quotes:

“The only people giving a platform to these hate groups is the media itself, and the fake news.”

“If you want to discover the source of the division in our country, look no further than the fake news and the crooked media which would rather get ratings and clicks than tell the truth.”

“Not only does the media give a platform to hate groups, but the media turns a blind eye to the gang violence on our streets, the failures of our public school, the destruction of our wealth at the hands of the terrible, terrible trade deals made by politicians that should’ve never been allowed to be politicians. And the unaccountable hostility against our incredible police, who work so hard at such a dangerous job.”

“We believe in the rule of law, because we know that freedom cannot exist if our people are not safe.”

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