Four years (or less) of this bleep, ladies and gentlemen, FOUR YEARS....
He's up to assault as of this morning, and working on "terrorism" next. I'd give attempted murder charges to the end of the week, or first of next week at the latest:
After his campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was charged with misdemeanor battery yesterday for grabbing the arm of reporter Michelle Fields (which was caught on video multiple times), GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump alleged during a town hall style forum on CNN that Fields may have "had a little bomb" with her, justifying Lewandowski physically taking her away from him. Fields was holding a pen at the time.
"She went through the Secret Service, she had a pen in her hand, which Service Service is not liking because they don't know what it is, whether it's a little bomb," Trump said. "It could've been a knife. It could've been just a pen, which is very dangerous." [emphasis added]
So Ali-Michellei al-Fieldi was trying to "blow up" Donald Trump with a Bic, is that it? Gee, no wonder Trump Pravda fired her - oh, wait, that's right, she quit because they corruptly stood with the men who assaulted, and continue to assault, her, physically then, reputationally ever since. And all, when it comes right down to it, because Donald Trump is "never wrong" and "always wins," and can never be seen in any other light.
Michelle Fields, Heidi Cruz, Carly Fiorina, if you'll recall, Megyn Kelly....the list of Trump's third-grade misogyny against strong, capable women who stand up to him just keeps growing. It's the kind of psycopathy that competent parents discipline out of their sons very early in childhood. With The Donald, that either never happened, or inherited wealth and fame killed the lesson like Roundup does dandelions.
And just think, his general election opponent (if he makes it that far) will be a(n alleged) woman.
Sure, issuing an apology and firing Lewandowski would be the "establishment" and "politically correct" thing to do. But it would also be the right and politically sane thing to do as well. Introducing some actual humility into his personality would do Trump a world of good, politically and spiritually, especially now.
But that would be like introducing aloe vera into an industrial blast furnace. It wouldn't survive the millionaire slumlord's next blustering sentence. Because he is who he is, he can, as an actor, only play himself, and he is incapable of changing. What you see and hear with Donald Trump is what you get. Which so happens to be enough to (perhaps) seize the GOP nomination and nothing else.
Call that a "pipebomb" if you want, Trumplicans. I kind of like the appellation, actually.
Exit question: Is Trump's allusion to a journalist's pen "being very dangerous" not the grand bull moose gold medal winner of Fruedian slips for what he would do to the First Amendment as POTUS?