A Sweaty And Deranged Trump Shows How Badly Jack Smith Has Broken Him In New Hampshire
The event was supposed to be for veterans, but instead a sweating profusely Donald Trump launched deranged attacks at Jack Smith, political opponents, and Fani Willis.
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Trump Rolled Into New Hampshire A Hot Mess
Trump spoke at what was supposed to be a veterans' event, but it was instead transformed into a one-man stage play called The Unraveling Of The Orange Man.
To be fair, many of Trump’s speeches and events are ugly. Ugliness is the brand, but this was different. Trump didn’t try to put up any semblance of order, rationality, or some would say sanity.
I won’t transcribe Trump’s speech, because we do maintain a policy against spreading misinformation, so let’s just look at a few quotes that will give you a general idea:
“There was never a second of any day that I didn’t believe that it was a rigged election. It was a rigged election, and it was a stolen disgusting election. And this country should be ashamed. And they go after the people that want to prove that it was rigged and stolen.” (This is Trump's defense against the fraud and conspiracy charges).
“I won’t be able to go to Iowa today. I won’t be able to go to New Hampshire today because I’m sitting in a courtroom on bullsh*t.” (Do you know what else is BS? The fact that US taxpayers have to spend tens of millions of dollars prosecuting a former president who will not stop committing crimes).
“They say there’s a young woman, a young racist in Atlanta, she’s a racist. And this is a person that wants to indict me – she’s got a lot of problems. But she wants to indict me to try and run for some other office.” (All black people who prosecute Trump are racists says the guy who referred to African nations as s-hole countries).
Video of the full speech:
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