The genius of the Jimmy Kimmel Show:
Via PowerLine blog:
"THE PRODUCERS" MEETS THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN
Security guards hired to protect Jude Law when he visited the ‘Jungle’ migrant camp were reportedly targeted by rock-pelting migrants just moments after the actor boarded the coach home.The star made the journey to northern France last week to highlight the plight of child refugees who are being evicted under a move by French authorities to demolish the southern part of the camp.He was joined by singer Tom Odell and a film crew, who captured him on camera as he urged David Cameron to let the hundreds of children at the camp come to the UK.
In a related item from 2008: Farrakhan on Obama: 'The Messiah is absolutely speaking' "Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, another powerful Chicago-based political figure associated with the Rev. Jeremiah Wright and other long-time associates of Democratic Party presidential candidate Barack Obama, is leaving no doubt about what he thinks of the leader in the campaign for the White House." Watch for yourself
“[Chris] Christie’s endorsement [of Donald Trump] sends a signal to mainstream Republicans that, hey, this guy might be all right,” said pollster Neil Newhouse, who advised Right to Rise. “That’s a very tough combination for Marco Rubio to overcome right now.”
"Sanders hasn’t been a national leader during his long political career. He is one now. He has to decide what he will do with his new influence."NRO: Clinton Annihilates Sanders in South Carolina as Blacks Break against Bernie . . . "Sanders wasn’t even in the state when the vote was called. He left for Minnesota before the polls closed, refusing to give a concession speech in the state where he crumpled under Clinton’s weight." . . .
In the final analysis, Trump’s rise in America and the rise of the populists in Europe is yet another indication of the West’s growing identity crisis fueled by its economic, social, military and cultural weakness. Israel needs to read the writing on the wall and act appropriately lest we become a casualty of that identity crisis.
I was only half listening when Donald Trump came into the spin room on CNN to explain why he’s been audited every year for twelve years.
“I’m always audited by the IRS, which I think is very unfair — I don’t know, maybe because of religion, maybe because of something else . . .
I personally can’t wait to see the Trump Student Center and Hall of Greatness at Liberty University.) . . .
Rev. Al Sharpton told attendees at a Center for American Progress Action Fund event Thursday he would flee the country if Donald Trump won the election, in order to avoid being deported by Trump.Sharpton, a Democrat, had positive feedback for many of the Republican presidential candidates until he got to Trump.“If Donald Trump is the nominee, I’m open to support anyone [else], while I’m also reserving my ticket to get out of here if he wins, only because he’d probably have me deported anyway,” Sharpton told attendees, who responded in laughter.Sharpton, who has participated in various national protests condemning police brutality, did not explain why he thinks Trump would deport him, though both New Yorkers have publicly shared their differences of opinion on various issues.
PS: The other thing to take away from this is that you should not think that I didn’t enjoy watching Ted Cruz staple every corrupt Democrat for the last forty years (there were a lot of age jokes at Trump’s expense, and he mostly missed them) to Donald Trump’s forehead. If you’re a Cruz supporter, he did a great job today. I just love that watch.
If I were the Washington establishment, I would be publicly tut-tutting Donald Trump about his rhetoric every day -- and going to sleep with a big smile on my face every night.
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