TRUMP UNLEASHED! President Trump Blasts Democrats in Kansas: "You Wouldn't Give Matches to an Arsonist, You Can't Give Power to Democrats"
By: Dr. Jake Baker - TapWires News Service
Trump live, unleashed, and swinging for the fences. In a rousing and sometimes bombastic rally in Topeka Kansas, with a reported crowd of 20 thousand supporters Donald Trump took on the left, but was taking no prisoners.
The President flew to Kansas on Saturday to rally for Republican candidates before the November midterm elections.
The president proudly announced that he signed the Supreme Court commission for Brett Kavanaugh Saturday evening while aboard Air Force One heading for the rally.
Trump was slinging fireballs at “evil” democrats labeling them the party of the “far left,” and the “Party of Crime,” and singling out Nancy Pelosi for her support of MS-13 after Trump called them animals. He continued absolutely hammering Democrats for their unprecedented tactics in the Kavanaugh confirmation and their new hard left socialist turn. Here’s the quote.
"You wouldn't give matches to an arsonist, and you can't give power to Democrats." ... Democrats are open borders. Democrats support violent sanctuary cities. Republicans think America should be a sanctuary for law-abiding Americans."
In all, while jovial in tone, it was easy to see by the content of the speech that Trump has had enough of the Democrats hardball tactics and is punching back. After weeks of exercising some restraint he came out hard against the tactics of the Democrats, their leftist allies, and co-conspirators in the media. You may recall that in his Mississippi speech he mocked Blasey Ford’s forgetfulness.
This from the Atlantic: “I had one beer,” the president, imitating Ford, said, thrusting his index finger upward to emphasize the number. He kept the digit upraised. “I had one beer!”
The president then added another character to his routine: an anonymous interrogator of Ford. “Well, do you think it was—” he began to ask.
“Nope!” he said, gleefully interrupting himself and his fictional questioner. “It was one beer.” The joke built speed.
“How did you get home? I don’t remember. How did you get there? I don’t remember. Where is the place? I don’t remember.
How many years ago was it? I don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know.”
At this, the crowd at the rally guffawed. They cheered. They broke out into applause. The president, thus galvanized, thus supported, thus loved, continued his one-man interrogation:
“What neighborhood was it in? I don’t know. Where’s the house? I don’t know. Upstairs, downstairs, where was it? I don’t know. But I had one beer. That’s the only thing I remember.”
Some find it curious that in all these years, and after all these many hours of testimony that no one has come forward to say, Christine, I am the one who gave you a ride to that party or I am the one who took you home after the party.
Many cite this event as the turning point in the entire Kavanaugh assassination attempt. Most typical politicians would have sought cover and abandoned Kavanaugh. But then Trump is not a politician, he is anything but typical, and running, is just not his style.Donald Trump, Brett Kavanaugh, Eden Prairie, Nancy Pelosi, Christine Blasey Ford, Comunist party International, Topeka Kansas