Sunday, August 21, 2016

Louisiana resident working to help flood victims has a question for Donald Trump: "Where is the f**king check?"

According to Raw Story this was written by Louisiana resident Neva Butkus, and she was clearly fed up with the attacks on President Obama and Trump's bullshit photo-op.

To be honest I was not going to talk about Trump's visit to Louisiana again since I posted something about it on Friday.

But that is until this showed up on one of the morning comment threads:

Donald Trump visited Louisiana today. He brought with him a truck loaded with food, supplies, and toys that he personally passed out. He also donated money to a flood relief charity. He went and walked flooded houses in a community. He didn't ask for state police or military security, I I imagine he may have had his personal security with him but hey he pays them so not my business. He didn't ask for any road to be closed to bring him in or an escort to his destination, matter of fact he didn't inform the government of his visit at all. He didn't care if the government knew he was coming, he just came and brought needing people needed supplies. And the news covered it about 15 seconds and then used it as a hit piece to plug Obama's visit that will happen. It was just wrong on many levels. No matter of you agree with Trump political are not what he done today was honorable and good, and he did it without making a big deal of himself. I hope more people of his statue will do the same in the same way, without all the hype of announcing their visit with intent of a public photo op.

This person spent some time writing this so they clearly wanted us to believe that it was a factual account, despite all of he evidence which disputes that.

And since I have a very hard time believing that ANYBODY on their own would bother to write something like this, and post it on a blog located all way up here in Alaska, I think it indicates that there are now Trump brand paid trolls surfing the internet and attempting to change the narrative on his campaign.

THAT is the kind of thing for which his new campaign chief Stephen Bannon is well known.

In other words Trump has no intention of changing anything about who is he or what he plans to do as President, but he is going to change the amount of bullshit pumped in our direction to alter our perception of who he is and what he plans to do as President.

79 comments:

  1. Chenagrrl8:43 AM

    Most horrifying of his arrival was the first two people to leave his jet were goons with battle helmets and assault rifles. WTF? Where did he think he was visiting. Afraid of the GOP regulars?

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    1. Anonymous8:57 AM

      Holy crap. Seriously?

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  2. Anonymous8:45 AM

    You not only could have ignorrd Trump's visit, you could have rejected the above comment in the first place. We all know you have zero problems with censoring anything remotely critical of someone with the surname "Johnston".

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    1. Anonymous8:56 AM

      Good morning, Palin twits.

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    2. Anonymous9:04 AM

      Silly child @8:45. Sounds like Sarah.

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    3. Anonymous9:04 AM

      What a bizarre, stupid, irrelevant comment!

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    4. You have a serious problem, lying-ass stalker.

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    5. Olivia9:22 AM

      And yet, here you are... uncensored.

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    6. Oh, get over yourself, you whiny ass titty baby. Do the work of setting up your own blog and bash the Johnstons all damn day long if you want to.

      Coming here and sniveling because you want to write negative things about the Johnstons and Gryphen won't give you a platform to do so is just pathetic.

      It is Gryphen's personal blog, not a news site and he is not obligated to print anything about anybody unless he wants to.

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    7. Anonymous9:48 AM

      So sad to go through life like you do. Dumber than a bag of hammers.

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    8. Anonymous9:58 AM

      You seem very jealous of a nice young couple living their lives vibrantly in Alaska. What irks you most, the fact that they are so in love? The fact Sunny is so beautiful? The fact they are so happy? Or is it that Barstool Payme's last name never was and never will be Johnston?

      Also too. Tick tock, tick tock...that PAC money is drying up fast you better go and apply at Walmart.

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    9. Anonymous10:23 AM

      WTF are you even talking about? The only above comment is about Trump's goons with helmets and rifles.
      A little early to be hitting the hard stuff, iddn't it?

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  3. Anonymous8:58 AM

    As Trig might say if he had been given the therapy he needed, "dRUMPf is BULLSHIT" anytime, all the time. Russian sponsored BULLSHIT at that...

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  4. Anonymous 8:45 AM wrote: You not only could have ignorrd …

    Many blogs probably did. Perhaps you would be happier visiting one of them?

    We all know you have zero problems with …

    How would any of us know that, other than by posting something "remotely critical" and noting that it didn't show up on the blog? Are you suggesting that "We all" post such things? Speak for yourself; don't presume to speak for the rest of us.

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  5. Anonymous9:07 AM

    Livingston LA is where a cop bullied me almost to the point of tears. There's been some big issues with law enforcement in that area. But k love the state. But ive never heard of the governor asking people not to come.

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    1. Anonymous9:34 AM

      The last three paragraphs contain the Governor's statements.

      http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/trailguide/la-na-trailguide-updates-donald-trump-s-challenge-in-touring-1471612537-htmlstory.html

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    2. Anonymous9:50 AM

      They do when it is for political reasons and if it would put others in harms way. using up state resources on political theater is vile when folks have lost everything and rescues are still being performed.
      Trump is an asshole who used the people of Baton Rouge for a fucking photo op. Play Doh in deed.

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    3. Anonymous9:51 AM

      Here ya go, hon...
      http://www.politicususa.com/2016/08/21/louisiana-gov-destroys-gop-faux-outrage-obama-baton-rogue-sooner.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+politicususa%2FfJAl+%28Politicus+USA+%29

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    4. Governor John Bel Edward's was on Rachel Maddow's show and specifically said he would appreciate it if the POTUS and Candidates waited until they were finished looking for survivors. Resources that could be going into those efforts would be diverted. Two people respected his wishes: President Obama and Secretary Clinton. The narcissist hoping to be president did what he thought would bring him glory: a phony photo op.

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  6. Anonymous9:12 AM

    Trump used no state resources. Nothing was hurt by his visit. At least he wasn't the Kardashians who went to Nawlins and gave a family expensive furniture when they needed a nicer house and not a trailer.

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    1. He was asked not to. He did it anyway. Enough said.

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    2. Anonymous10:01 AM

      He did use state resources when the secret service(the federal tax payers paid for that) used local sheriff's dept to help shut down the road while he came in and left, they also provided extra security. Also too, tRump donated nothing, the truck he unloaded for a few seconds was someone else's.

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    3. Anonymous10:05 AM

      Trump polluted the environment by flying a private jet there. He wasted resources; paid personnel were required there. By the way, there's still no proof of the supposed cash donation he made to a church there. Reporters have NOT been able to get it verified.

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    4. Anonymous 9:12 AM wrote: Trump used no state resources.

      At the very least, he was a distraction. Are you claiming that he landed his jet at an out-of-state airport?

      Nothing was hurt by his visit.

      Not even the morale of the locals who, briefly, thought that he might have brought some actual help?

      At least he wasn't the Kardashians …

      He didn't bring the Black Plague either. Talk about setting the bar low!

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    5. Anonymous10:29 AM

      Oh puh-lease. It was an entirely self-serving photo op that wasted resources and accomplished nothing. You know, just like visiting remote villages with a plate of cookies, or swooping into Haiti to spend 30 seconds on the ground being photographed next to poor people. If Trump gave a shit about making a real contribution, he would have taken the money it cost to make the trip, added to it from that vast personal fortune of his, and written a check to help flood victims. He could also roll up his sleeves and figure out how Trump resources can be deployed to make a real contribution to the recovery. He might ask Bill Clinton for some pointers here; Bill made many, many trips to Haiti after the 2010 earthquake to help lead the International Commission that oversaw the recovery and the first Presidential election afterwards.
      (You say you never heard about this? Never saw photos from the photo ops? Well bless my socks.)

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    6. Anonymous10:37 AM

      Well, like the Kartrashians, tRump loves nothing better than getting his photos in the news. NOTHING. One woman saw the motorcade drive by, and said "Publicity" He fooled nobody with two brain cells with this stunt.

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    7. Anonymous10:45 AM

      Those Kardashian "rump roasts" could feed a starving community for quite some time...

      ;-)

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  7. Anonymous9:12 AM

    STOP NEGATING GOOD ACTS. Damn people. NOTHING was HURT with his visit.

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    1. Anonymous9:37 AM

      It was a 45 second photo-op, and yes no one was hurt, but neither was anyone helped.

      He did not purchase or procure those supplies he just glommed onto a group that had filled the truck and offered to hand out the first few items in the truck, which stupidly happened to be worthless PlayDoh.

      He never informed the Governor he was coming and flew in and back out within an hour, if that's not a photo-op I don't know what is.

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    2. Anonymous9:50 AM

      Play Doh? right....

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    3. Anonymous9:52 AM

      Actually highways WERE shutdown to bring him in and the tax payers paid for his security since he is a presidential candidate and under secret service protection. And he did NOTHING to help, unless you count that 50 second clip where he actually slowed down the unloading of someone else's truck filled with donated items. So there were no "good acts" by tRump, get over it. It was a photoop and nothing more.

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    4. Anonymous10:09 AM

      9:12-- Who the fuck do you think you're fooling?!

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    5. Anonymous10:30 AM

      When I see pictures of Trump in work clothes, helping to hand out water and food or cleaning up debris, THEN I'll believe that he was there to actually help. If I see him handing the Governor a big check (NOT made of rubber) to help with the recovery, I might believe he genuinely cared for the people of LA.

      Otherwise, he was there to get his picture taken and to thumb his nose at the President who knew that declaring federal disaster status, staying away so as NOT to interfere with the first responders, and sending his top emergency team to the area is so much more effective.

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    6. Anonymous3:50 PM

      He passed out Fucking Play-Doh. Tell me who was helped by that!

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  8. Anonymous9:16 AM

    Trump is a complete douche. His surrogates are putting this nonsense out. Bannon is an idiot.

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  9. Anonymous9:18 AM

    AGAIN, the governor asked them to stay away for a few days and President Obama honored his request. As someone said in the earlier post, this is what a leader does, not a cheap photo-op just like $arah and her cookies as governor.

    Let it also be said that the most vacationing while in office president was Dubya, and after he totally fucked up this country he closed himself in to paint his "trauma" away. BELK.

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    1. Anonymous9:33 AM

      So explain Katrina when EVERYONE including Obama was slamming W for waiting to visit. And in the end he did a lot.

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    2. Anonymous9:40 AM

      Obama's job is to secure funding for the emergency which he promptly did.

      The only people that should be there in person are hands-on rescuers and those helping to rebuild.

      There is no benefit to the populace from any political figure visiting their disaster zone; they need funds and help and our POTUS did his job and provided funds.

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    3. Anonymous10:07 AM

      9:33 - FEMA is on the ground and at work in LA. During Katrina, FEMA was run by "heck of a job, Brownie" and was a disaster. You're welcome.

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    4. Anonymous10:33 AM

      Bingo, 1007. The problem with Katrina wasn't photo ops or the lack there-of. The problem was the ineptitude of FEMA under the so-called leadership of Michael Brown, a Bush political appointee who was grossly unqualified for the appointment.
      Talk out of your a$$ if you want to; I know capable people who fled from the formerly capable FEMA during the dark days of GOP administrations. Yet another total disgrace from failed past GOP administrations.

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    5. Anonymous10:34 AM

      Beat me to it, 10:07 AM, and let's not forget that $arah's solution was to build yuuuuge dykes. The stupid burns.

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    6. Anon 9:33 No one attacked Bush on him not visiting the flood zone---they attacked him for ignoring it for a week! Obama was on it day one.
      FEMA, Homeland Security, talking with the governor, understanding first responders need space to save people and not babysit a president. Get it?

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    7. Anonymous10:42 AM

      I saw photos of W with his latest grandchild. He looks as though he has hired Reagan's old makeup artists. Rosy cheeks just like St. Ronnie. My son said "Maybe those are gin blossoms"!! I wonder if he was banned from the Olympics, after the disgusting drunken display he put on last time?

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    8. Anonymous10:44 AM

      Well, FEMA's all they got so FEMA will have to be enough.

      If people don't like it how about moving somewhere that is less flood prone, like somewhere more than a few feet above sea level?

      This damage was caused by one stalled weather system, what will the next major hurricane do?

      It's only going to get worse.

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    9. Anonymous10:52 AM

      There you are causing trouble again, Angela. LOL Some people hate the truth.

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    10. Anonymous11:02 AM

      9:33 - The criticism of Bush came because of the outrageously incompetent and politically-driven response to Katrina by FEMA and its Director, Michael Brown. Brown's previous 'experience' was as the Judges and Stewards Commissioner for the International Arabian Horse Association, which he resigned while facing disciplinary charges.

      The response to Katrina was slow, despite the advance warning of the potential of the storm's strength. The repeated examples of failure to establish response plans prior to the storm, coordinate responding agencies, maintain proper communication and oversight, and effectively evaluate and prioritize needs resulted in far more fatalities than might have otherwise occurred.

      Had Bush responded immediately - from ANY location - and placed competent, experienced people in charge of disaster relief agencies, the outcome would have been very different. Getting on television and proclaiming, "Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job," while hundreds of people lay dying as a direct result of Brown's failure was the final insult.

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    11. Anonymous12:36 PM

      Why don't they just move?
      Well gosh golly, thanks so much for the profound insight, 1044a. Why don't all those folks who have effectively zero household wealth -- in many cases not even a decent vehicle -- just get off their butts and pack up and make new lives for themselves somewhere nicer? Leaving behind families and jobs and homes in places where their families have lived for generations, until climate change went and messed it all up?
      Clearly critical thinking skills are not your strong suit, 1044a, but could you possibly, just once, put your brain in gear before you start spewing garbage?

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    12. Anonymous1:02 PM

      Anon at 9:33 am. When the Hurricane Katrina money finally came from Congress, most of it went to the state of Mississippi, with its GOP governor and Bush buddy. The governor of Louisiana had begged Bush to declare a federal emergency but he dithered for days and days. President Obama reacted immediately and federal aid was there as soon as the flooding began.

      Many Americans seem to have no sense of history: Bush was president when Hurricane Katrina struck. In fact as the levees were being threatened and the worst of the catastrophe was beginning, he was off celebrating John McCain's birthday. And it was George W. Bush who chose to ignore intelligence warnings of an imminent attack shortly before 9/11. Yet there are idiots who blame President Obama for the fiasco that the response to Hurricane Katrina was, just as they blame him for the 9/11 attack. Totally ludicrous. But, oh so American.
      Beaglemom

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    13. Anonymous1:36 PM

      12:36pm

      These people could be proactive now and move on their own before they lose everything again.

      What's the better solution, wait for the next disaster and rely on government or your insurance (if you are lucky enough to get insurance in that area) to rebuild your home, again, or wait until you #1 Drown in the next storm, #2 Lose your home again and have no insurance to cover it and a government that will not rebuild for you and perhaps does not have the resources to relocate you to a more suitable area?

      Try being realistic when looking at this situation. I realize that emotions run high during these crises, but the reality is this will happen again and there may not be free resources to assist so proaction is the logical choice.

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    14. Anonymous3:54 PM

      Insurance may cover the house and some contents. And for some that's not much, especially if you have a mortgage. It won't cover the land - and who exactly is going to buy that land from you to build on? Now, add in that they may have a job and family in the area - and family can mean cheap child care or back up child care - that whole network of family and friends support system, especially for the poor and middle class, who can't Ivanka like just dump the kids with the nannies. NOw ad din that there are hurricanes, floods, drought,wildfires, tornadoes and blizzards. Almost no part of the country if without some form of hazard.And with climate change, these are worsening. Exactly where do you think is safe?

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  10. "This person spent some time writing this so they clearly wanted us to believe that it was a factual account,"
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    I copied the first few sentences and put it in google and yep, it it turning up all over the internet, just as it is here, no attribution to anyone else but rather as though the commenter personally saw what happened and wrote the comment.

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    1. Anonymous5:32 AM

      The Russian troll army is busy spamming, especially now that Trump has brought new people connected to Putin in to run his campaign.

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  11. Anonymous9:33 AM

    " people of his STATUE" tee-hee.

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    1. Anonymous10:31 AM

      Yeah, those statues were amaaaazing! :)

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    2. Anonymous10:35 AM

      Oh man, I missed that one.
      BAH HAH HAH HAH HAH.

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    3. Anonymous10:43 AM

      Maybe the Play Do was left over from making those hilarious statues?

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  12. Anonymous9:45 AM

    Yeah, paid trolls. We didn't expect that did we. *snnnnnaarrrk*
    Sure, some of the stooopids will fall for this schtick but the rest of us know better. I bet this moves his poll numbers by almost nothing. That is not a win. This is the kind of schtick we can expect from the dumpster/o'bbanion/aides media empire

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    1. Anonymous10:37 AM

      No no, wait, this is the BIG PIVOT we have all been waiting for. After a lifetime of being a greedy, exploitive, racist, shallow, narcissistic SOB, he is going to remake his image and show us all what a true statesman, indeed philanthropist, he is at heart. Uncommitted voters in swing states are going to be so impressed, just you watch.

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  13. abbafan10:00 AM

    I seen this comment on an earlier post. The simplicity of the grammar sounds like a homeskooled palin or fat alicia the brain-mangled dork! Point of contention - "I I imagine he may have had his personal security with him but hey he pays them so not my business..." You dumb fuck, the Secret Service IS his security, since he is the GOP candidate! The U.S. TAXPAYERS are footing the bill for his fuckin' security! Pull your head out of your ass for some air, you fuckin' meathead!!

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    1. Anonymous10:39 AM

      So I am not the only one who has been truck by the similarities in tone and writing style (and I use the term loosely) of the pro-Trump and pro-Palin trolls?

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    2. Anonymous10:46 AM

      Mu sympathy to the secret service agents who drew the short straw, having to guard this blob. I would not want to spend 10 minuites in his presence, let alone hours at a time. Boring, boring listening him to go on and on about how rich he is, how great he is, how wonderful he is. Oh, also too, how he would be dating Ivanka if she were not his daughter. Gag, Gag.

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    3. Anonymous10:49 AM

      abbafan.....while I agree with your statement for the most part, you should probably check your own grammar before you insult someone else's grammar. It should begin "I have seen" or I've seen" this comment.....

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    4. Anonymous10:57 AM

      No you aren't, 10:39 AM, count me three!

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    5. Anonymous11:03 AM

      10:49am

      I do believe that Abbafan was purposely and sarcastically writing in the colloquial grammar-challenged style frequently employed by the Republican base and exemplified by style of writing in original comment that is being discussed here.

      In other words, it was snark.

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    6. abbafan11:44 AM

      Anon @ 10:49 A.M. -no,I did not insult someone else's grammar. If you take a look at the original comment in the post, you will see that I typed it verbatim! The whole wording of the comment sounds like it was written by a challenged palin or fat alicia!!

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  14. Anonymous10:26 AM

    Anon 9:12. A genuine "good act" is not used to lie intentionally that someone else has done nothing and does not care about their plight. It is lower than low to hurt the survivors of this tragedy with lies their president and government only care about playing golf. A lot of harm was done in contrast to Trump making a show of this to insanely play it to all his advantage.

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    1. Anonymous12:37 PM

      Back away from the bottle, 1026am.

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  15. Anonymous11:00 AM

    According to Snopes the media is reporting that Trump did indeed pay for the truck full of various supplies donated to residents and that there was much more in the truck even though he was only seen handing out the Play Doh.

    Kudos to him if he did donate the goods, although no one seems to know whether he or his campaign paid for it.

    Still he could have quietly done this without having to insert himself into a disaster area for a photo-op.

    http://www.snopes.com/donald-trump-play-doh-lousiana/

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    1. Anonymous11:28 AM

      He always finds a way out of actually paying for something, and at the very least he uses things as a tax write off. It is now well known that the Trump Foundation very rarely (as in years will go by) receives any donations from himself or anyone else in the Trump family, but when he donates others' donations that were sent to the Trump Foundation, he looks like the good guy. He's a selfish piece of shit who can't bear to spend a cent of his own money. He's all talk, and we saw it with his campaign until public knowledge and criticism forced him to have to pay for what he had been lying he'd been paying for.

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    2. Anonymous11:35 AM

      Trump went from Louisianan to his Dimond, MI, rally and one of the first things he said was, "I just got back from a tour of the suffering and devastation in Louisiana. Perhaps you can tell by the way I'm dressed. Just got off the plane." By the way he was dressed??! He was dressed in his usual layers of suit that he'd worn in LA the entire time he was there, complete with French cuffs and cuff links. Poor Trump. So, he had his dumb hat on indoors now like he did outside (always need to keep the bald spots from showing in case of wind gusts), but who goes around claiming to look so worn out from a photo op in LA and is still wearing his thousands of dollars of clothing and he never once took off his jacket and never rolled up his sleeves!

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    3. Anonymous11:38 AM

      I saw so many reports on this yesterday but could not verify. I don't think the Snopes report was posted yet. But I did read that before the photo op he met with Tony Perkins and Samaritan's Purse, Franklin Graham. I assumed they were providing the goods since that was why they were there. That also explains the toys. Another tidbit someone pointed out was that Pence was the leader in holding up Katrina aid if it was not offset by cuts to SS

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    4. Snopes may be reporting that Trump "paid" for the supplies but I seriously doubt it. He isn't paying for his own plane - the campaign is. He isn't paying for his office, staff or food from Trump Tower - his campaign is. IF he did pay for it, good on him but he could have sent a check or sent the supplies without all the extra bullshit. I saw him riding out of the airport following at least 10 to 15 motorcycle cops, so yes, he diverted resources.

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  16. Anonymous11:02 AM

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/08/21/trump-losing-broke-billionaire-spent-4-times-hats-staff.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+politicususa%2FfJAl+%28Politicus+USA+%29

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  17. Anonymous11:13 AM

    I see that Trump’s new campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, has been busy redefining the meaning of the English language for those of us who find his comments repugnant.

    It amazes me that Trump supporters don't see a problem with the potential President of the United States needing a team of spin doctors to defend, interpret and explain everything he says and does. Have they thought about what this would mean to fragile or hostile negotiations with foreign leaders?

    "Sorry, Supreme leader Kim Jong-un, he really didn't mean to insult you when he said you were a fat, ugly, stupid, wacko loser. Please recall the nuclear missiles you just sent hurtling towards the United States and President Trump will send you and your whole family these lovely red hats!"

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  18. Anonymous12:43 PM

    I doubt he's paying anyone to troll. Might be a bot or volunteers.

    He doesn't have the money to pay people to troll the internet. However, now that Bannon is in charge, I'm sure he can have his resources at Breitbart do it.

    Trump is using the money he has to raise more money.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/donald-trump-campaign-finances_us_57b9cb79e4b03d513688f5f2?section=&

    "The two campaigns appear to be following very different paths on how they spend this money, too. Clinton’s campaign spent $38.2 million in July, including $26 million on television advertising and $3.3 million to pay a staff of 889.

    The Trump campaign spent just $18.4 million, albeit its highest monthly total so far. This spending, however, seemed to largely go toward raising money. His largest expense was $8.5 million to the digital marketing company Giles-Pascale for online advertising, which often consists of direct click to fundraising appeals. The purchase of hats, T-shirts and other apparel added up to $1.8 million. The campaign spent half that ― $921,000 ― to pay its 148 staff and consultants in July.

    Trump also continued to spend money on his own properties to the tune of $782,000. This included paying rent at Trump Tower and covering the salaries of Trump Organization employees who are also working for the campaign. The largest of these expenses within his own empire was $495,000 paid to cover the use of Trump’s personal airplane.

    Private air travel was actually the Trump campaign’s second biggest expense overall. It spent $2.7 million on private jets and Trump’s personal plane."

    "As a funder of the conservative website Breitbart, hedge fund billionaire Bob Mercer is an instrumental player in the many moving pieces of the infrastructure now making up the Trump campaign. He is also now one of the largest donors to Trump’s election efforts."

    Mercer is probably the one that got Manafort fired and installed Bannon and Conway. Now he controls Trump.

    I don't care how much money Mercer has, he can't solely fund the Trump campaign.

    But now we know how the decisions are being made. You just follow the money.

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  19. Anonymous5:17 PM

    Trump doesn't write checks his butt can't cash. Where are your taxes and health records, fool?? In a race to look relevant, he goes to a mostly white area and makes sweeping generalizations about African Americans. Don't worry, Don, they don't bite.

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  20. Anonymous1:07 AM

    Neva Butkus??
    Really?
    Sounds made up

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