By now, you have definitely heard Donald Trump call our leaders “stupid” or “incompetent,” and I don’t know why the news has said nothing. They play clips and comment on it, but never do they comment on the fact that he has called our leaders stupid.
There should be a certain level of respect shown to our leader, disregarding party affiliation. Nobody said that every citizen must agree with our President, and if you don’t, that is okay, but is it too much to just give him a little respect? He represents our country, works to serve our country, and works to make our country a better place, so the least you could offer in return would be a little respect.
In kindergarten, when we called somebody stupid, whether it was your classmate, a teacher, or even an object, we would get in trouble. Everybody learned that it is rude to use that word, and that is is unacceptable. We get in trouble when we called a classmate stupid in kindergarten, what about the President? Nothing? There should be.
I cannot use this as my only example of Donald Trump’s lack of elementary manners.
If I could have some of my reader’s time, I want to talk about Donald Trump’s wizardry: Donald Trump can make fun of a disabled reporter, and still remain five points behind his opponent. When I say make fun of a disabled reporter, I mean mock. He has the power to convince people that Barack Obama was both, not born in the United States of America, and is a Muslim in disguise. He has the ability to say that he can do whatever he wants to women, even “grab them by the pussy” simply because he is famous and has the power to do it and still recover to trail at only five points nationally.
Donald Trump, in the most recent debate, said that he would “keep you in suspense” about conceding this election, we all know this. Well, I’m not going to address this like you expected because its like beating a dead horse. Instead, I will talk about something that wasn’t covered by the news from the third debate, that I found even more offensive than the mentioned comment.
Trump has identified himself throughout his campaign as the “law and order candidate.” You’d think, just like I do, that the law and order candidate would know about law and order, right? Wrong. If he knew about law and order like he claims to know about it, he would know that everybody is innocent until proven guilty. At the debate, Donald Trump said that Hillary Clinton should not be aloud to run for President. This, more than his comment about accepting the results of the election, is so offensive to me, but apparently, the news disagrees. First, Hillary Clinton was never even charged with a crime, let alone being guilty of one. Second, Madam Secretary (hehe) was never indicted, but Donald Trump believes that he is able to do that on the debate stage… I have news for him. You can’t!
Donald Trump talks about biased media, and I am starting to see it. It all makes sense now. The news has lowered their expectations for Donald Trump, and therefore ignore such comments. If the news was impartial, they would be slamming him for it, and this must be about what he has been talking.