I Could Stand In The Middle of Fifth Ave. and Shoot Somebody

Woke up and couldn’t go back to sleep because I started thinking about this.

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Disdain for Donald Trump is a given. Considerably less definable – who those responsible for his meteoric rise in popularity might be. Daily media coverage peppered with Trump’s reckless brand of flippant arrogance, persist without thought or mention of citizens urging him on. Trump announced presidential aspirations with the slogan – “make America great again”. What crossed the minds of his boisterous supporters? Who are these people and why do they embrace “great” as a nation prescribed by Donald Trump? On January 23, 2016 Trump spoke to supporters in Sioux Center Iowa –

“They say I have the most loyal people — did you ever see that? — where I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody, and I wouldn’t lose any voters,” Trump said, illustrating his point by pulling his fingers into a gun shape. “Okay? It’s like incredible.”

The crowd laughed and clapped, and someone in…

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2 thoughts on “I Could Stand In The Middle of Fifth Ave. and Shoot Somebody

  1. When you wrote this, he was still an annoying idea. Now he believes he can stand in the middle of the planet and wipe our a small country. “Because I can”. Whatever people believe he can achieve as the hip shooting sheriff, no good can ever come from a man who disregards the advice from his friends. W.H. Bush did the same and we’re still paying for his foolishness.

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