Talking Heads Point Finger at Trump Over Shootings
Did Trump pull the trigger in the recent mass shootings? The short answer is no — unless you happen to have voted for Hillary in the last election. If you did then you can easily put Trump’s finger on the shooters trigger.
But let’s return to the real world for a moment.
As a radio host I spend a lot of time reading and listening to President Trump. It’s a perk of the job.
I’m a little confused about some of the comments that I keep hearing from the news network talking heads regarding our head of state.
Trump Subliminal Messages to Followers
More than one so-called expert has claimed that President Trump is using code in his speeches and actions to communicate with his white supremacist, racist, homophobic, xenophobic, Nazi followers in different ways.
Listening to the news you would think the President has a disdain for every group of people except Eskimos.
Here is one of the most outrageous bits of news I’ve gleaned from the news networks this week from former FBI agent Frank Figliuzzi.
As you know there were two horrific shootings this past week. The president ordered flags to fly at half-mast in honor of the 31 victims until August 8th.
Why August 8? Instead of August 7th or 9th?
Because 8/8 sends a message to the Trump cult.
“H” is the 8th letter of the alphabet so it’s obvious to anyone paying attention that “H”-“H” stands for Heil Hitler.
This proves to me without a shadow of a doubt that there are people walking among us that need serious amounts of medication.
If I had not heard this with my own ears, I would never have believed anyone would go on national TV with such a ridiculous theory.
Even more weird that Brian Williams of MSNBC would not challenge it as complete lunacy. Even more amazing is he's apparently been on with Williams before.
Some Final Thoughts
To say that some news people and commentators have gone around the bend when it comes to comments about the president is an understatement.
We still have free speech in America but that doesn’t mean that ridiculous speech has to be accepted as gospel.
It seems that the more outrageous a statement or position might be it goes right to the top of the list disguised as legitimate news.
The sad part of this rant is that a sizable segment of the population will believe this rubbish.
Please don’t be one of them.