By Walid Shoebat
As we stated a day prior to the debate that Trump will dominate and now even CNN titled their opinion as “No one eclipses Donald Trump at GOP debate”:
“It was the most dramatic opening to a presidential debate in recent memory—and Donald Trump stole the show before he’d even said a word.”
“For more than a month, Trump has defied the normal patterns of politics and Thursday night was no exception …”
“Perched comfortably at the top of the polls and lapping his closest rivals by double digits, Trump was expected to do well at the first GOP presidential debate of the 2016 season on Thursday night. The onus was on his competitors to seize the spotlight, but none of them managed to change the dynamics in a race that Trump has dominated for more than a month.”
“None of contenders made noticeable blunders. But none of them could outshine Trump.”
That was true with the most uncomfortable questions. Though it was Trump’s first political debate—and perhaps one of his first experiences with time constraints and a buzzer—Trump navigated the debate stage with ease, even when faced with unexpectedly sharp questions like the first from Fox News moderator Megyn Kelly.
“One of the things people love about you is you speak your mind and you don’t use a politician’s filter,” Kelly said to Trump in the opening minutes. “However, that is not without its downsides, in particular, when it comes to women. You’ve called women you don’t like fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals.”
“Only Rosie O’Donnell,” Trump interjected to laughter.
“For the record, it was well beyond Rosie,” Kelly shot back, noting that Trump had told one contestant on “Celebrity Apprentice” that it would be a pretty picture to “see her on her knees.” “Does that sound to you like the temperament of a man we should elect as president?” Kelly asked.
But this was completely slanderous and false. Here is what Donald Trump did:
Trump never said to be on “knees” as Kelly insinuated. Even the person whom Kelly was speaking of defended Trump:
Setting the tone for the debate, Trump didn’t flinch and didn’t apologize.
“I think the big problem this country has — is being politically correct,” he said, channeling the appeal that has catapulted him to the top of the polls. “And I don’t frankly have time for total political correctness. And to be honest with you, this country doesn’t have time either.”
In everything we need to ask: what type of history will see it worthwhile to etch Kelly’s defense of some fat gluttonous dyke named Rosie O’Donnell or Krauthammer’s incorrect conclusion that “last night this is the collapse of Trump”.
“Collapse of Trump”. Really? The difference between pundits and the people is the measure between heaven and hell and they better start listening, America is speaking out: we had enough.
Even my friend at The Right Scoop did his own poll from over 28,000 people and the results matches the Drudge. The Donald scooped it at 41% while Jeb got a miserable 2%:
The Wall Street Journal report said that despite critics’ opinions predicting GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s poll numbers would fall, it turned false. “Time Magazine found that Mr. Trump took 47% of nearly 55,000 votes while Sen. Marco Rubio was in second place with just 10%. The Drudge Report’s poll found more than half of nearly 362,000 voters favored Mr. Trump, well above everyone else,” the Wall Street Journal noted. Here, watch the Drudge Poll:
The Trump story is simple: nothing beats success like success. That is what America is all about.
But some might critique: is success everything? What about God.
Well, even Jesus, when He judges and separates the sheep from the goats, He basis His judgment on accomplishments. On the Apprentice Trump decides based on accomplishments. Nothing wrong with that. Today Rescue Christians threw out one member on our board because he showed zero accomplishments while another remained because he helped to rescue 6000 slaves in six months. Accomplishments is what America is all about.
Now we need to give Trump a chance to do it in order to bring America to make it great AGAIN.