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  posted on 8/9/2016 at 02:55 PM
Donald Trump on seemingly joked about shooting Hillary Clinton during a speech Tuesday in North Carolina.

"If she gets to pick her judges ónothing you can do folks," Trump said, referring to Clinton getting to nominate Supreme Court justices if she were elected president. "Although, the Second Amendment, people, maybe there is."

https://mic.com/articles/151097/did-donald-trump-just-joke-about-shooting-h illary-clinton-over-the-supreme-court#.mW6YLjzxf

http://www.bostonglobe.com/news/politics/2016/08/09/trump-implies-second-am endment-people-could-something-about-clinton/GCOhuvpq4VNyR0VI34uZON/story.h tml



[Edited on 8/9/2016 by gondicar]

 

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  posted on 8/9/2016 at 03:12 PM
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/trump-clinton-shoot_us_57aa2f6de4b0ba7e d23dd652?vvtsl5nxgzmyujtt9

he's becoming more presidential every day

 

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he's becoming more presidential every day


Waiting for his defenders to defend this. Every time he opens his mouth saying things extemporaneously something dangerous, insensitive, inaccurate, or lacking class comes out.

He really needs to stick to scripted speeches. It might help the birther in spite of himself.

 

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  posted on 8/9/2016 at 06:09 PM
Keep focusing on crossing political correctness boundries, not a 400 million dollar ransom payment to Iran, or 3 dead Clinton whistleblowers, or a dead American spy, who may have been outed by Hillarys carelessness.

 

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  posted on 8/9/2016 at 06:19 PM
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Keep focusing on crossing political correctness boundries, not a 400 million dollar ransom payment to Iran, or 3 dead Clinton whistleblowers, or a dead American spy, who may have been outed by Hillarys carelessness.
keep on watching fox news!

 

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  posted on 8/9/2016 at 06:22 PM
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Keep focusing on crossing political correctness boundries, not a 400 million dollar ransom payment to Iran, or 3 dead Clinton whistleblowers, or a dead American spy, who may have been outed by Hillarys carelessness.



1. There was no ransom paid. Repeating a lie doesn't make it true.

2. There are not 3 dead "whistle blowers" There is one, and he was murdered in a robbery gone bad.

3. Nobody can prove that last one.


By all means, let us ignore a presidential candidate that has to explain what he meant every time he puts his foot in his mouth.

 

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  posted on 8/9/2016 at 06:25 PM
It's pretty funny when a bunch of conservative who took an out of context statement ("what difference does it make?") and beat it to death, now want the world to ignore every thing there candidate says.
 

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  posted on 8/9/2016 at 07:01 PM
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Keep focusing on crossing political correctness boundries, not a 400 million dollar ransom payment to Iran, or 3 dead Clinton whistleblowers, or a dead American spy, who may have been outed by Hillarys carelessness.


Threats to candidates are taken seriously. Certainly not the first time we heard implications of violence from Trump (remember the primary season speeches).

If you want to label it as "focusing on crossing political correctness boundaries", go ahead, but I'm not sure the Secret Service nor much of the public would who heard Trump's words would agree with you.

Trump's statement today is all about the man himself. Not sure why you chose to redirect to his opponent.

 

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  posted on 8/9/2016 at 07:44 PM
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It's pretty funny when a bunch of conservative who took an out of context statement ("what difference does it make?") and beat it to death, now want the world to ignore every thing there candidate says.


Maybe it's because nobody, including them, take anything Trump says seriously anyway.

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 01:35 PM
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Keep focusing on crossing political correctness boundries, not a 400 million dollar ransom payment to Iran, or 3 dead Clinton whistleblowers, or a dead American spy, who may have been outed by Hillarys carelessness.


Threats to candidates are taken seriously. Certainly not the first time we heard implications of violence from Trump (remember the primary season speeches).

If you want to label it as "focusing on crossing political correctness boundaries", go ahead, but I'm not sure the Secret Service nor much of the public would who heard Trump's words would agree with you.

Trump's statement today is all about the man himself. Not sure why you chose to redirect to his opponent.



The whole takeaway of the Trump Second Amendment comment is what Democrats and the
media think of gun owners, not on Trump.






[Edited on 8/10/2016 by alloak41]

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 01:43 PM
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Keep focusing on crossing political correctness boundries, not a 400 million dollar ransom payment to Iran, or 3 dead Clinton whistleblowers, or a dead American spy, who may have been outed by Hillarys carelessness.


Threats to candidates are taken seriously. Certainly not the first time we heard implications of violence from Trump (remember the primary season speeches).

If you want to label it as "focusing on crossing political correctness boundaries", go ahead, but I'm not sure the Secret Service nor much of the public would who heard Trump's words would agree with you.

Trump's statement today is all about the man himself. Not sure why you chose to redirect to his opponent.



The whole takeaway of the Trump Second Amendment comment is what Democrats and the
media think of gun owners, not on Trump.



Translation: You're all low-info idiots who can't even interpret words you hear.

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 01:44 PM
The quickest and easiest way to become a bigoted, racist hate-monger?

Simply announce your intentions of running in a political election and put an "R"
next to your name.

Works like magic!

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 01:47 PM

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 01:54 PM
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Keep focusing on crossing political correctness boundries, not a 400 million dollar ransom payment to Iran, or 3 dead Clinton whistleblowers, or a dead American spy, who may have been outed by Hillarys carelessness.


Threats to candidates are taken seriously. Certainly not the first time we heard implications of violence from Trump (remember the primary season speeches).

If you want to label it as "focusing on crossing political correctness boundaries", go ahead, but I'm not sure the Secret Service nor much of the public would who heard Trump's words would agree with you.

Trump's statement today is all about the man himself. Not sure why you chose to redirect to his opponent.



The whole takeaway of the Trump Second Amendment comment is what Democrats and the
media think of gun owners, not on Trump.

[Edited on 8/10/2016 by alloak41]


Factually incorrect. Big wide paint brush strokes don't cut it.

Trump made his statement implying "an elected HC"; not "candidate running for office HC" which means the whole joke of an explanation of getting the 2nd Ammendment Voters out is an excuse after Trump stepped in it just as he does everyday. He ad libed again and misspoke getting in trouble leaving it to surrogates to sing & dance the far fetched justification. As I mentioned previoulsy, the Secret Service are aware of his statements. We probably will never know what they tell his campaign. The Secret Service takes these things seriously. Trump is great in ampping up people, and it only takes one riled up wacko to listen to him. Look at his primary events with people getting smacked. Remember him suggesting he might even pay the legal bills of these people? He's a dangerous individual who likes to incite fear and anxiety in people. Not hard to connect the dots to actions.


 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 02:13 PM
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Keep focusing on crossing political correctness boundries, not a 400 million dollar ransom payment to Iran, or 3 dead Clinton whistleblowers, or a dead American spy, who may have been outed by Hillarys carelessness.


Threats to candidates are taken seriously. Certainly not the first time we heard implications of violence from Trump (remember the primary season speeches).

If you want to label it as "focusing on crossing political correctness boundaries", go ahead, but I'm not sure the Secret Service nor much of the public would who heard Trump's words would agree with you.

Trump's statement today is all about the man himself. Not sure why you chose to redirect to his opponent.



The whole takeaway of the Trump Second Amendment comment is what Democrats and the
media think of gun owners, not on Trump.

[Edited on 8/10/2016 by alloak41]


Factually incorrect. Big wide paint brush strokes don't cut it.

Trump made his statement implying "an elected HC"; not "candidate running for office HC" which means the whole joke of an explanation of getting the 2nd Ammendment Voters out is an excuse after Trump stepped in it just as he does everyday. He ad libed again and misspoke getting in trouble leaving it to surrogates to sing & dance the far fetched justification. As I mentioned previoulsy, the Secret Service are aware of his statements. We probably will never know what they tell his campaign. The Secret Service takes these things seriously. Trump is great in ampping up people, and it only takes one riled up wacko to listen to him. Look at his primary events with people getting smacked. Remember him suggesting he might even pay the legal bills of these people? He's a dangerous individual who likes to incite fear and anxiety in people. Not hard to connect the dots to actions.




I don't think Trump is actually calling for one of his supporters to kill Hillary, although I think he chose those words to once again make sure he made the news cycle. The problem is that there are certainly some lunatic supporters of his that might take this as a call to kill Hillary or anyone else they deem as a threat to the 2nd Ammendment. I don't think Trump understands quite how dangerous his rhetoric is. There are a lot of nutcases out there.

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 02:18 PM
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Keep focusing on crossing political correctness boundries, not a 400 million dollar ransom payment to Iran, or 3 dead Clinton whistleblowers, or a dead American spy, who may have been outed by Hillarys carelessness.


Threats to candidates are taken seriously. Certainly not the first time we heard implications of violence from Trump (remember the primary season speeches).

If you want to label it as "focusing on crossing political correctness boundaries", go ahead, but I'm not sure the Secret Service nor much of the public would who heard Trump's words would agree with you.

Trump's statement today is all about the man himself. Not sure why you chose to redirect to his opponent.



The whole takeaway of the Trump Second Amendment comment is what Democrats and the
media think of gun owners, not on Trump.


[Edited on 8/10/2016 by alloak41]


i guess the Secret Service too

http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/10/politics/trump-second-amendment/index.html

Secret Service spoke to Trump campaign about 2nd Amendment comment

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 02:28 PM
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Keep focusing on crossing political correctness boundries, not a 400 million dollar ransom payment to Iran, or 3 dead Clinton whistleblowers, or a dead American spy, who may have been outed by Hillarys carelessness.


Threats to candidates are taken seriously. Certainly not the first time we heard implications of violence from Trump (remember the primary season speeches).

If you want to label it as "focusing on crossing political correctness boundaries", go ahead, but I'm not sure the Secret Service nor much of the public would who heard Trump's words would agree with you.

Trump's statement today is all about the man himself. Not sure why you chose to redirect to his opponent.



The whole takeaway of the Trump Second Amendment comment is what Democrats and the
media think of gun owners, not on Trump.


That's a big crap sandwich right there.

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 02:30 PM
CNN found the guy behind Trump in the red shirt who had opened his mouth in amazement at the comment. He is a Trump supporter but said he would have taken Trump to the shed to have a talk with him because these things are not said in public in the south. He said the people around him felt the same way. He was guarded but appeared honest and he said a lot with his shed talk. He also said this is the kind of stuff you talk about in the shed and not in public.

In this sense one could say it was a dog whistle and it was interpreted that way by his followers.

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 02:34 PM
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Keep focusing on crossing political correctness boundries, not a 400 million dollar ransom payment to Iran, or 3 dead Clinton whistleblowers, or a dead American spy, who may have been outed by Hillarys carelessness.


Threats to candidates are taken seriously. Certainly not the first time we heard implications of violence from Trump (remember the primary season speeches).

If you want to label it as "focusing on crossing political correctness boundaries", go ahead, but I'm not sure the Secret Service nor much of the public would who heard Trump's words would agree with you.

Trump's statement today is all about the man himself. Not sure why you chose to redirect to his opponent.



The whole takeaway of the Trump Second Amendment comment is what Democrats and the
media think of gun owners, not on Trump.

[Edited on 8/10/2016 by alloak41]


Factually incorrect. Big wide paint brush strokes don't cut it.

Trump made his statement implying "an elected HC"; not "candidate running for office HC" which means the whole joke of an explanation of getting the 2nd Ammendment Voters out is an excuse after Trump stepped in it just as he does everyday. He ad libed again and misspoke getting in trouble leaving it to surrogates to sing & dance the far fetched justification. As I mentioned previoulsy, the Secret Service are aware of his statements. We probably will never know what they tell his campaign. The Secret Service takes these things seriously. Trump is great in ampping up people, and it only takes one riled up wacko to listen to him. Look at his primary events with people getting smacked. Remember him suggesting he might even pay the legal bills of these people? He's a dangerous individual who likes to incite fear and anxiety in people. Not hard to connect the dots to actions.




I don't think Trump is actually calling for one of his supporters to kill Hillary, although I think he chose those words to once again make sure he made the news cycle. The problem is that there are certainly some lunatic supporters of his that might take this as a call to kill Hillary or anyone else they deem as a threat to the 2nd Ammendment. I don't think Trump understands quite how dangerous his rhetoric is. There are a lot of nutcases out there.


2112,

Agree with you 100%. Don't think Trump is calling for that extreme measure. However, I do feel he knows what he's doing and can easily push buttons for a faction of those who drink his message. He's too smart to not know how his message resonates with his followers. That is in itself a dangerous line to walk, and he needs to temper his rhetoric.

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 02:38 PM
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CNN found the guy behind Trump in the red shirt who had opened his mouth in amazement at the comment. He is a Trump supporter but said he would have taken Trump to the shed to have a talk with him because these things are not said in public in the south. He said the people around him felt the same way. He was guarded but appeared honest and he said a lot with his shed talk. He also said this is the kind of stuff you talk about in the shed and not in public.

In this sense one could say it was a dog whistle and it was interpreted that way by his followers.


In an interview last night, Trump indicated that he doubted anyone in attendance took his thoughts the wrong way. How does he know? And Swifty's post proves him wrong as does common sense. Trump makes generalizations all the time with no factual knowledge. Last night is a perfect example.

 

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I don't think Trump is actually calling for one of his supporters to kill Hillary, although I think he chose those words to once again make sure he made the news cycle. The problem is that there are certainly some lunatic supporters of his that might take this as a call to kill Hillary or anyone else they deem as a threat to the 2nd Ammendment. I don't think Trump understands quite how dangerous his rhetoric is. There are a lot of nutcases out there.


^^ This

He was so very clearly suggesting that "the second amendment people" could do something to stop HRC, not with their vote but with what "the second amendment people" are most passionate about, i.e. their guns. The fact that some Trumpies are actually trying to convince the world that he meant anything other than shooting her is spin doctoring at its finest (or worst depending on your perspective). He'd do a lot better for himself if he admitted it was mistake or he could even say it was meant as a meant as a joke (some people have tried to pass it off as such, but not the campaign nor the candidate) but that it was in poor taste and he shouldn't have said it. But no he doesn't apologize for anything and his followers would rather take the rest of us as fools as they piss on us and tell us it is raining.

God help us all if Trump is elected.

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 02:49 PM
hate to say it but i believe this guys explanation more than gingrich, lewandowski, pierson, guliani, lord or any of trump's other interpreters

.ALEX JONES (HOST): Leftists claim Trump supporters -- and that Trump wants some type of Hillary assassination plan. And all he said is exactly what Joe Biden said in 2008, so we're gonna play those clips and Iím putting it together in an article, I think Kip or Don is right now, so that we can put it out on-air and put it out on the Internet and show the incredible hypocrisy.

That is a standard statement in history -- of the Second Amendment to say if all else fails, we may have to go to the Second Amendment. Thatís what the Founders said it was for. So I donít see why Trump needs to walk that back, itís not a threat of violence against Hillary, itís saying if the courts and everybody ban guns and come to confiscate Ďem, itíll be 1776 all over again. If you try to take our firearms.

 

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So I donít see why Trump needs to walk that back, itís not a threat of violence against Hillary, itís saying if the courts and everybody ban guns and come to confiscate Ďem, itíll be 1776 all over again.


That's just a bit of a stretch. He called out Hillary by name, not government in general, and said "if she gets to pick her judges" then the second amendment people can maybe do something about it, clearing meaning with their guns not with their votes, because she can only pick judges after they have already cast their votes and she's elected. So he essentially said if they can't use their votes to keep her from picking judges then they should do so with their guns, before she picks the judges not after "the courts and everybody ban guns and come to confiscate Ďem."

It's actually hilarious that Trumpies are working so hard to spin what he said when watching the video in the moment that he says it, it is crystal clear that he was talking about using a gun to stop her from picking judges. Anyone who says otherwise is in denial or spin mode, take your pick.

"Hillary wants to abolish -- essentially abolish the Second Amendment. By the way, if she gets to pick, if she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. Although the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don't know."

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 04:40 PM
On the other hand, maybe he's trying NOT to get elected...

 

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  posted on 8/10/2016 at 05:30 PM
1776 all over again if the 2nd amendment is changed? Lol. There won't be a war. Just a lot of dead, wounded, and arrested gun enthusiasts while our soldiers don't get a scratch on them. Let's see if our anti-gun crowd can make that happen. It'll be a sad day.
 
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