Courtesy of SB Nation:"TRUMP IS DISGUSTING" is now above the Rose Bowl pic.twitter.com/DSVE7bJASl— Dr Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) January 1, 2016
Who would hijack a public sphere and turn a spectacle into an outlandish political platform. Donald Trump—'s opponents.
Above all the Pasadena floats are planes writing anti-Trump slogans. Although the image is cut off, the writing says "Donald Trump likes to hate anybody."
Parade workers even stopped to read all the anti-Trump slogans above them.
One other sign read, "IOWANS DUMP TRUMP" possibly to distance themselves from his appearance at the Iowa-Iowa State game.
The signs are very direct in their message as evident by the "America is Great, Trump is Disgusting" writing.
Personally I would not be at all surprised to learn that Trump paid for his himself in order to get more publicity and perhaps a little sympathy.
Or perhaps it's just somebody who has been paying attention to the things that Trump has been saying and who he associates with. Such as this guy from the World Net Daily website.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump took to Facebook on Thursday morning to thank a right-wing conspiracy website for the “amazing honor” of naming him its Man of the Year. Trump told the publication, WorldNetDaily, that he “very much” appreciates its “informative polls and coverage.”
WorldNetDaily’s founder and editor Joseph Farah is one of the nation’s leading purveyors of “birther” conspiracy theories — the repeatedly debunked notion that President Barack Obama was born in Kenya — publishing more than 600 posts on the topic. Even after Obama released his long-form birth certificate indicating his birth in Hawaii, Farah claimed that this proved nothing. Trump has frequently repeated these claims and Politico reported in 2011 that Farah frequently advised the billionaire investor and former reality show host.
As many of you may remember Trump is also a fan of Alex Jones and has appeared on his batshit crazy radio show quite a few times.
Perhaps Donald Trump is less interested in becoming the Commander-in-Chief than he is in becoming the Conspiracy Theorist-in-Chief.
But let's face it these are his people.