"We unleashed fury all over the Middle East and it was a terrible mistake, and then Obama came in. And normally you want to clean up – he made a bigger mess out of it. He made such a mess, and then you had Hillary with Libya… So sad. In fact, in many respects, you know, they honour President Obama. Isis is honouring President Obama. He is the founder of Isis. He’s the founder of Isis. He’s the founder. He founded Isis!"
I don't even want to justify that statement with a logical response so I won't sit here and preach to you that you're a fucking buffoon if you don't think that Donald Trump is actively sabotaging his own campaign at this point. I won't tell you that his entire nomination is the world's most elaborate publicity stunt and that he wants no part of the responsibilities of the Presidency. I won't even promise those that have somehow identified with the beliefs of a person that clearly doesn't even believe the words that are coming out of his own mouth are going to look mighty silly when he starts cashing checks post concession. Really, there's no point in doing so, because those people that still support 'The Donald' are too stupid to identify stupidity. Plus, I would rather bring attention to an issue that I find much more perplexing, and that is the presence of these people at a Trump rally...
Clearly the members of 'Team Trump' are the only people that are still in the dark that they aren't supposed to be trying to win, because they are really pulling out all the stops. I mean, those two people have to be plants, right? The one speech in which Donald Trump proclaims that the first African American President is the FOUNDER of ISIS, and there just happens to be two black people - in the South no less - wearing ridiculously loud clothing and parroting his shoulders? There's a better chance that I wake up tomorrow as a vegan feminist with my head sewn to the carpet than that happening organically. Just go back and watch the video again. Not only will you not be able to take your eyes off them the entire time, but you'll be flat out astounded by their reaction (or lack thereof). I didn't even know it was possible for black people to respond to the utterance of Barack Obama so cavalierly, never mind when it's being defiantly attached to the pioneering role in the world's most notorious terrorist organization. That's why I have no choice but to believe they were told that patently absurd allegation was coming when a wad of cash was getting slipped in their pocket as they were changing into fucking Easter outfits so they could draw the eye of the viewer. I don't how much it pays to play a token role as a "see, even some blacks agree that Barack Obama is a terrorist!" person, but the amount of restraint that those two showed was a performance that was worthy of an 'Emmy'.