Watching 60 Minutes tonight, and people in the state of Ohio being interviewed about Trump vs Clinton, I found myself scratching my head once again.
Several times I heard people say they feel that they cannot trust Clinton, but when questioned as to why, they didn't seem to have anything to say. "Just a feeling" seemed to be the sentiment. Sure there's the e-mails, then there's Benghazi.... things that many others say that it's time to move on from. Clinton has made a couple of mistakes in career but who hasn't? So... "get over it already".
Then when it came to Trump some said they trust him more. When asked about the things said and done by him they'd excuse it.... "ya but". I just don't get it. What is the matter with people that they cannot look beyond the rhetoric of the she devil Clinton, to see the reality of Trump?
He has been called out as a sexual predator. He says they are all liars, that he will of course sue "after" the election. I don't buy that, and find this stuff disturbing, but none of the stories are more disturbing than that of a 13 year old rape victim who has witnesses and a lawsuit, that contains depositions and affidavits. This isn't rhetoric, it's not "he said" or "she said". There are witnesses that this occurred. So why isn't there a bigger deal being made of this? Even if only 25 % is true.... that's 24.99% too much. To have a candidate for POTUS to have these types of allegations, and to remain a candidate.... astounding.
These documents should disqualify him, period. This reality should automatically make Trump less trustworthy. Despite what his supporters would like to believe, it's highly unlikely that so many women would turn out with the same story of mistreatment and abuse by one man.
How can people ignore this? How can they find a man who has so many words and actions that are so awful.... so many awful accusations against him,.....how do they find more credibility in this man over Clinton? I just don't get it.
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Everyone, whether Left or Right seems to have criticized the news networks during this campaign and in many cases are justifyed in doing so. Just why is that? Maybe because news networks took the word news out of their job description and replaced it bullsh^t? Instead of doing what they are supposed to be doing at CNN, which one would think would be to report the news, they decided it's more entertaining, not to mention profitable, to simply create the news which really isn't anything close to resembling actual news reportage. To do such a thing CNN hired several Trump surrogates to repeatedly come on air and defend Trump. I guess that wouldn't be all that bad if they had legitimate reasons for their defense but as we have seen they don't and just make up the most ridiculous BS in Trump's defense. Then these surrogates become regulars on CNN and in their defense will lie and deflect just to earn their paycheck. I mean really, to hire Trump's former campaign director, Lewendowski, as a paid contributor is beyond absurd but what is really absurd is that Lewendowski couldn't tell the truth if his life depended upon it because he signed a non-disclosure agreement meaning he could not say one thing bad about Trump for fear on getting sued by Trump. Just how low has CNN gotten by trying to peddle BS and ignore reporting the news? If Fox news wasn't bad enough now we have CNN jumping into the cesspool joining Fox in their quest to report what? More lies and just pure garbage? It sure looks like it. Not to worry folks, this will all change once Trump TV emerges and brings real journalism back to the airwaves right?