Donald Trump Secretly a Democrat—His Elaborate Plan to Ensure a Liberal White House Revealed
The above Getty image is a key piece of evidence
The Real Aim of Donald Trump’s Presidential Campaign…
People, the frontrunner in the Republican presidential primary (with 24% support) is a Manchurian candidate. His name is Donald Trump. And for a while now, whispers have been circulating on gossip sites (like MSNBC), among comb-over specialists, and in the dark and smoky back rooms of the beltway, where more than one seasoned political hit man has seen the truth for what it is. Well, BlackBook’s done its digging and can confirm the headline: Donald Trump Secretly A Democrat!
You see Trump is no ordinary businessman with an ego outsized enough to seek the highest office in the land; he’s no Ross Perot (though we do sort of enjoy this comparison to George Wallace). Trump’s political career began quietly in 2003—the year Apprentice debuted, the moment he realized that his own buffoonery resonated powerfully with a wide swath of this country’s electorate.
In 2011, his plan kicked off in earnest when Trump became the face of the Obama birth certificate “truther” movement and then offered his death knell endorsement to poor Mitt Romney. [Editors note: by “poor” we mean Mitt Romney is literally poor in comparison to Trump.]
Have you figured it out yet? We’ll break it all down for you:
1. For years Donald Trump has given a butt-load of money to liberals and democrats
All total he has donated more than $700,000 to Democratic candidates over the years. According to Politico, “just $1,000 of Trump’s money in the 2006 cycle went to the National Republican Senatorial Committee.” Trump claims that this is because he lives in virulently liberal New York State—but if that were the reason, then why did he give $50,000 to Rahm Emmanuel, helping Obama’s former Chief of Staff get elected as mayor of Chicago?
2. In fact he pretty much put Pelosi and Reid in power
Though Trump’s financial favoritism gap toward democrats is only around 54%, it’s the timing of the turning-on of the money spigot that counts. And Trump timed things perfectly for the Democrats:
But Trump’s donation gap was even larger during the mid-2000s, which saw the end of Republican congressional majorities and the ascendance of the Democratic party.
Overall in the 2006 election cycle, Trump and his son, Donald Trump Jr., donated $77,200 to Democrats versus only $24,250 on Republicans. Looking back to the 2004 cycle, the pair donated $40,500 to Democrats and only $17,250 to the GOP.
3. As for the Clintons, they’re basically BFFs with Trump
His gal Hill had a damn front pew seat at the Donald’s wedding. A Getty photographer snapped the above image at Trump’s wedding, proving not only their attendance but the warmth of their friendship. And Trump has donated over $100,000 to The Clinton Foundation.
4. Which is why Trump rarely attacks Hillary, saving his venom for his “fellow” Republicans
On Lindsay Graham
“I said to myself, you know, it’s amazing. [Graham] doesn’t seem like a very bright guy. He actually probably seems to me not as bright, honestly, as [former Texas Gov.] Rick Perry. I think Rick Perry honestly is smarter than Lindsey Graham, but what do I know?”
On Rick Perry
“I see Rick Perry the other day. … He’s doing very poorly in the polls. He put on glasses so people will think he’s smart. And it just doesn’t work! You know people can see through the glasses!”
On Jeb Bush
“I’m not a fan of Jeb Bush. … Jeb bush is in favor of Common Core and he is weak on immigration. . . . Who would you rather have negotiating with China. Trump or Jeb?
5) Including attacking well-loved war hero John McCain
In American politics, and especially in the GOP, war heroes are gods. And by committing this sort of blasphemy, and associating it with the Republican Party… Well, let’s just say Trump knew exactly what he was doing.
“He’s not a war hero,” said Trump. “He was a war hero because he was captured. I like people who weren’t captured.”
6) …And going out of his way to alienate Latinos, the most important voting demographic in the next election
The next election will see the most influential Latino electorate in history, and the next president will need to win at least 40% of that vote to have any chance at all of winning. To put that number in perspective, Obama won 71% of the Latino vote in the last election.
‘Look, I don’t know what his intent is, but he’s infuriating Hispanics, the very group of voters the GOP is looking to make gains with in 2016,’ said one Republican party official who asked not to be named. ‘You could just be an egomaniac running his mouth, but he’s starting to look like a guy hand-delivered by the Democrats.’