Dear Deadbeat Don:
Are you freaking kidding us? You're attacking Billary (note the sarcastic mixing of Bill & Hillary's names - just in case you missed it) for being crooked.
DD, you're the Prince of Prevarication, the Shah of Shit, based on your lies as compiled below by FactCheck.org and posted December 21, 2015. To quote FactCheck:
- "We start with his Nov. 21 claim to have watched on television as “thousands and thousands” of Muslims in New Jersey were “cheering” the fall of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
- Multiple news organizations and the New Jersey attorney general’s office searched for evidence of public celebrations at the time of 9/11 and found none.
- “Never happened,” former state Attorney General John J. Farmer, a Republican appointee who later served as a senior counsel to the 9/11 Commission, wrote in response to Trump.
- Nope. The book Trump published in 2000 mentioned bin Laden once, and predicted nothing about bin Laden’s future plans.
- What Obama reportedly considered was requiring large-volume private gun dealers to conduct background checks, not confiscating firearms from those who own them.
- Nope and nope. The number is about 10,000.
- Nope. The two men were interviewed separately, in different countries thousands of miles apart.
- Nope. At the time, more than 50 percent of his campaign’s funds had come from outside contributors.
- Nope. The pro-business Tax Foundation estimated the Trump plan would reduce revenues to the Treasury by more than $10 trillion over 10 years, even assuming his plan would create economic growth.
- It was retracted five years ago by the journal that published it, and
- the author was stripped of his license to practice medicine in Britain.
- It does.
- Ford says that’s baloney; it made the decision years before Trump even announced his run for president.
- He used all of those terms.
- official statistics were showing 5.4 million job openings — the most in 15 years.
- Economic growth has been below zero 42 times since 1946."
Source: The ‘King of Whoppers': Donald Trump, He dominates our annual review of political falsehoods. FactCheck.org, posted December 21, 2015