Saturday, July 30, 2016

Donald Trump Literally Can't Spell Judgment

He keeps saying that 'Crooked Hillary Clinton has terrible judgement.'

He also makes Hillary's point on Thursday about a man that goes over the edge over a tweet. Imagine if he had the nuclear codes and not just his twitter account.

"Less than twenty-four hours after Hillary Clinton called out Donald Trump during her Democratic National Convention speech for being such a hot head that he can’t even control himself on Twitter, let alone with nuclear launch codes, it appears she’s officially gotten under his skin. Never mind his rally this afternoon in which he told a woman in the crowd that she looked like a man and then bragged about using contractors who can’t read or write. That was small potatoes to his full blown meltdown this evening. Hillary has gotten so deep under Trump’s skin that in his latest tweet-rant he’s misspelled every other word."

"After various political observers suggested that Donald Trump should no longer be trusted with the daily intelligence briefings customarily provided to both major party nominees now that he appears to be in bed with Russian government agents who are trying to sabotage the Presidential election he naturally fired back by generically accusing his opponent of being the one who shouldn’t be trusted with the briefings."

Trump’s reasoning, in his own barely comprehensible words: Hillary is a “lose cannon with extraordinarily bad judgement & insticts.”


"There are so many incorrectly spelled words in Trump’s tweet that is almost difficult to immediately determine which words are spelled correctly. For the record “lose” in the improper use of the word and he should have used “loose” instead. As those two words aren’t pronounced the same, it appears he simply doesn’t know how to spell “loose.” We’ll give him a pass on “judgement” even though that’s only considered the correct spelling of “judgment” if you’re in Great Britain, because it’s a commonplace error. But we don’t know what “insticts” is. What’s remarkable is that he somehow managed to correctly use “cannon” where a lot of people would have incorrectly used “canon” instead."

"And yes, this tweet was almost certainly typed out by Donald Trump himself. MSNBC reporter Katy Tur, who has been embedded with the Trump campaign for months, has previously reported that Trump likes to do his own tweeting in the evening. So no, this can’t be blamed on some random staffer, or on one of the numerous imaginary people he’s been known to invent. This was simply the Republican nominee for President going nuts on his smartphone for all to see."

He always says he loves the uneducated and he's one of them. Maybe this is why he prefers illiterate contractors.

"If Donald Trump’s first speech today after the conclusion of the two national conventions was a good indicator of where he intends to take his general election campaign for the rest of the summer, that direction is just as confusing as when the day began. Trump held an event in Colorado in which he more or less rambled about random topics with little coherency or sentence structure. At one point, after he began bragging about how he hires illiterate contractors, CNN finally felt compelled to pull the plug."

“Some of the richest people in this country are people that can’t even read or write,” Donald Trump told an audience of supporters while insisting that he could have built a local hospital more quickly than it had been built. “They’re called friends of mine. Contractors.” In case Trump hand’t made sufficiently clear that he was attempting to insult his own friends and the people he hires, or in case anyone might have thought that he misspoke when he accused them of being illiterate people, he made a point of repeating himself: “They might not read or write, but they’re a lot smarter than the guys coming out of Harvard, let me tell you.”

"Trump attempted to follow this up by beginning to ramble about Swedish people at the United Nations, but before he could tell the story, CNN cut him off. “We’re going to continue to monitor Donald Trump and get back to him once he gets into some more substance,” interrupted Wolf Blitzer while cutting away to Senator Dianne Feinstein instead."

Fitness for office? He reacted to this week's DNC by talking about literally punching out speakers who criticized him. That's some sterling temperament.

"Donald Trump’s critics are starting to get under his skin. Speaking at a rally in Davenport, Iowa, on Thursday, the GOP presidential nominee fumed about the criticism he was receiving from speakers at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

“I mean, the things that were said about me,” Trump told the crowd. “I was going to hit a number of those speakers so hard their heads would spin, they’d never recover!”

"What began as Trump griping, however, quickly turned menacing."

“I was going to hit one guy in particular, a very little guy. I was going to hit this guy so hard his head would spin. He wouldn’t know what the hell happened.”

"Trump never named his target, but he seemed to confirm in a tweet Friday morning that it was former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, one of the DNC speakers."

"Bloomberg, a billionaire former Republican who is now an independent, took aim at Trump’s business record during his convention speech. “Trump says he wants to run the nation like he’s run his business,” Bloomberg told the audience. “God help us.”

"Bloomberg’s criticism seemed to take Trump by surprise. “He came out of nowhere!” Trump said Thursday night. “They made deals with me, [told me] ‘Would you help me with this? Would you make this deal and solve this problem?’ I solved the problem,” the former reality TV star said, practically spitting out the words."

"The angrier and more threatening Trump became, the more his audience loved it, interrupting his rant several times to applaud."

But, you know, Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell assure us he'll mellow in office.

You know, the Republican nominee for President just threatened to physically strike someone for criticizing him. Nothing to see here. 

No doubt, Bloomberg gets under his skin particularly as he's a real billionaire rather than a pretend one and really has donated hundreds of millions of dollars to charity.
In other news, Donald Trump lays into a fire marshall, and accuses him of being a Hillary supporter for doing his job.

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