Rugoz wrote:Eh Rich, you're 4 years late.
There's a couple of vital points I forgot to mention. First I have been designated as both an archetypal and typical Trump supporter. There was even a special thread started to show me off as a typical Trump supporter, How low will they go, or something like that. So when I speak now, I feel I am to some extent speaking on behalf of all Trump supporters.
But secondly at the time when the comments were made, I was actually supporting Hillary. I only switched to supporting Trump when Hilary went full NeoCon and made clear her support for the genocide of Syrian infidels and that she was happy to risk nuclear war with Russia in her service to the Jewish state. I make absolutely no apologies for making that switch.
It can often be difficult to get a conviction against rich and powerful people. Often the police may know that a Mafia leader is ordering violence, but it is very difficult to prove that in a court of law. But Trump clearly in front of our eyes on public television promised to help those committing illegal violent acts. There was absolutely no excuse for not prosecuting and convicting Trump and there was absolutely no excuse for the American Republican party for continuing to support him as their candidate. But just to reiterate. Given that he wasn't convicted and given that the Republicans didn't withdraw their support for his candidacy, there is nothing hypocritical or inconsistent about me supporting him against Hilary when she went full Neo Con or opposing his impeachment.