Throughout this entire presidential campaign, there’s been no shortage of “shocking” or “stunning” moments from Donald Trump. It literally seems like just when you think he couldn’t get any worse, he proves that he can. To be honest, I’ve never seen anything like it. At this point, I refuse to engage in any sort of debate with Trump supporters. For someone to support him takes a level of stupidity, if not outright insanity, that makes any attempt for rational discourse completely moot.
If President Obama – or any Democrat for that matter – said even 1/4 of the things he has, the GOP would be losing their minds. Could you imagine a Democrat mocking John McCain’s war record or defending Vladimir Putin? Yet these are things (along with many others) that Trump has said over the last few months. Comments that only seem to make him even more popular among Republicans.
Well, Trump has once again outdone himself by essentially praising the “leadership techniques” of North Korea’s psychopathic dictator, Kim Jong-Un.
“And you’ve got to give him credit, how many young guys, he was like 26 or 25 when his father died – take over these tough generals and all of a sudden, you know, it’s pretty amazing when you think of it. How does he do that?” Trump said at a campaign rally in Iowa.
“Even though it is a culture, and it’s a culture thing, he goes in, he takes over, he’s the boss. It’s incredible,” he continued. “He wiped out the uncle, he wiped out this one, that one. I mean this guy doesn’t play games.”
For the record, in case it wasn’t clear, by “wiped out” he means murdered. Yes, that’s the leading Republican candidate for president saying it’s “incredible” that Kim Jong-Un rose to power by being a savage murderer who kills anyone who might challenge him. Kind of gives you a bit of insight on what sort of “leadership” qualities Trump admires.
Now, to be fair, Trump did call him a “maniac” – just prior to heaping praise upon how “incredible” his rise to power has been.
And to answer his question of, “How does he do that?” – it’s called being born the son of another psychotic murderous dictator and being given power upon his father’s death. It’s not as if Kim Jong-Un earned his power – it was given to him.
Then the way he talks about “him not playing games.” Yeah, he doesn’t have to “play games” (aka care about the lives of anyone but himself), he just kills anyone who might remotely be a threat to him… or essentially anyone he feels like killing. Apparently, to Trump that’s “incredible” and “you’ve got to give him credit” for it.
Just for the record, Donald Trump – the overwhelming leader among Republican presidential candidates – has now defended the murdering sociopath Vladimir Putin and more or less praised the murdering psychopathic dictator Kim Jong-Un.
While I still don’t believe Trump stands a realistic shot of becoming our next president, it’s still terrifying that, at least at this point, it appears he’s going to be the candidate for one of our nation’s two largest political parties. This speaks volumes about the people who are foolish enough to support this babbling idiot.
Watch his remarks below around the 41 minute mark:
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