Courtesy of HuffPo:
In the 60-second spot, titled “Grace,” Columbus, Ohio, parents fondly speak about their young daughter, who was born with spina bifida. They then recount their horror after seeing the presumptive GOP nominee mock New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski, whose arthrogryposis impairs his arm movements.
“The children at Grace’s school all know never to mock her. And so for an adult to mock someone with a disability is shocking,” the mother says in the ad.
“When I saw Donald Trump mock someone with a disability, it showed me his soul, it showed me his heart. I didn’t like what I saw,” added the father.
Seems like a pretty powerful ad that simply uses Trump's own words against him.
I imagine there are literally dozens of ads that can be written using that same approach.
You know you would think that ads like this would convince Sarah Palin that she cannot continue to support Trump, after all she is supposed to be such a defender of folks with special needs or disabilities.
But then I remembered how she responded when that video of Trump first surfaced:
“Oh yeah, I I saw the footage, I think it was just yesterday, or two days ago,” said Palin. “Yeah. And um, again, if that was mocking an individual, if that’s accurate, then, no, you don’t — I — it’s terrible, its terrible.”
Yeah, but certainly not terrible enough to keep her from shaking her water filled pom poms on his behalf.