Donald Trump riled up his rabid fans so much on Saturday night that they completely overlooked the fact that their dear leader told them to their faces that he lies to them all the time.
At the beginning of a rally in Fairfield, Connecticut, Trump brought cancer survivor Giacomo Brancato and his family on stage and they endorsed him. Congrats for beating cancer, but stupid is stupid, and Trump winning the election in November would be inflicting cancer upon the whole country.
While he was introducing Brancato, Trump called all the camera operators “horrible people” and the crowd viciously booed. After Brancato left the stage, the Republican nominee claimed that he is not running against Hillary Clinton, but “against the media,” which drew another loud chorus of boos and vitriol.
While talking about Hillary Clinton, the crowd chanted “Lock her up!”
Then Trump once again bragged about how he is going to build a massive wall along the US-Mexican border and then claimed that Mexico is “100 percent certain” to pay for it.
But there was one moment when Trump seemed to slip and actually told the truth for once during his campaign.
Just before he prompted the crowd with his call and response question of who is going to pay for the wall, Trump admitted that he has been lying to his supporters to their faces.
“I might lie to you like Hillary does all the time, but I’ll never lie to Giacomo,” Trump said.
And the audience either just doesn’t care that he is lying to them or they were to stupid to even notice.
Here’s the video via YouTube. The relevant part reported on here is the first 14 minutes.
It must have been incredibly frightening to be a member of the media at this Trump rally. If Trump had ordered the crowd to beat them all to death right then and there they may very well have done so.
But what is truly scary is that these people don;t give a damn that Trump is lying to them. They just want to watch the world burn and Trump is as close as they’ve ever been to putting a guy in power who will light the matches.
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