The Donald Gives Out Lindsey Graham’s Cellphone Number

Donald Trump declares war on Lindsey Graham

By Hunter Wallace

Trump invited everyone in South Carolina to call him for he get something done for a change:

“People are tired of incompetent leadership,” he said. “They’re tired of the Lindsey Grahams of the world.”

Asked why he gave out Graham’s personal cellphone number, Trump said from the passenger seat of his black SUV: “So people can call him; so he can get something done.”

I love it!

He’s attacking John McCain and Lindsey Graham. My own opinion of Donald Trump is soaring. I told a reporter yesterday that Trump’s campaign was kind of like a “hostile takeover” of the Republican Party. He’s blowing up their stage managed dog and pony show and won’t apologize for it.

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13 Comments

  1. I’m liking this. He has actually covered the major points I’ve been screaming about for years. Moving manufacturing offshore, mass illegal immigration and stupid wars. If he would just do something about these things and fuck up everything else we as a country would be way ahead from what all the rest would give us. It’s tragic that common sense stuff like this can’t even be talked about. It’s offensive.

  2. “I see Rick Perry the other day. … He’s doing very poorly in the polls. He put on glasses so people will think he’s smart. And it just doesn’t work!”

    http://www.npr.org/sections/itsallpolitics/2015/07/21/424994751/the-best-insults-of-the-trump-kickoff-speech

    The media has only itself to blame for Trump. Americans, in a rage born of desparation, loosed an egomaniacal demagogue in the media’s china shop; the myopic, progressive worldview is being smashed right along with Rick Perry’s calculated choice of coffee-shop glasses. Trump’s tourettes is dammingly true, and America is collectively laughing with Trump at the supposedly-serious conventional farce. Its a tragedy that an narssistic oligarch now speaks for the average American, but with the scientifically-unfair press, what alternative is there? Trump is a revolting yankee whose manners recall the alleys and sewers of New York City, and yet he can *afford* to say the things he says. What does that say about the state of national discourse in America? If the media reported opinion rather than filtered it, a better man than Trump would be saying those same things but more politely.

  3. I haven’t been a great fan of Mr. Trump’s brash self-promotion – (Jeff Sessions reserved style is more noble) but when Donald goes ‘in-your-face’ to the rotten GOP establishment, I love it . . . .

  4. I don’t know if The Donald’s Scouring of the GOP will ultimately accomplish anything, but it sure is fun!

    The Jews Shows Reporter Fags are either hissing or maliciously giggling about the Donald. They are unanimously dismissing him though…..the cognitive disconnect in the TV Homocommetariat is rather interesting…

  5. It’s a very sad thing to watch the media try to destroy Mr. Trump’s candidacy, if not him personally.

    Even sadder, still, to see the leading Republican candidates for president, do the same.

    The only thing I can think is that these people have a deep illness of soul.

    Sir, I continue to be amazed that more of our fellow Southerners can ignore the stench of this culture. It reminds me of eau de skunk, coming through the car vents, only this never seems to leave…

  6. The Donald ought to give out the phone number of Limp-Wrist Graham’s queer bath house! That would really raise some hell!

  7. Gee, golly and goddamn….ya mean someone’s actually telling the truth about that worthless pile of upright excrement? And the MSM is carrying this? For real? Get outa here!

    I know, it is lovely to show the rest of the nation what so many of us Palmetto Staters have known since day one: Graham is utterly useless. Huge mistake electing him to begin with, but the bought-n-paid for SC Republicrat Coward Party insisted.

  8. This affair with Trump kinda of reminds me of the horror movie “Relic” about a tribe in south america who create a potion that alters the DNA of the victim and turns him into a huge terrible beast who run rampage on the tribes enemies, while the tribe hides, until they are destroyed, and the people can come out again. In the movie the museum staffer is made to drink the potion, then comes back to the museum in the US and starts attacking people. Watching Trump mangle these people politically is one of the best things this year.
    The Republicans are getting everything they deserve. Yes, Trump probably wont be president, but I dont care. If he can leave bloody claw marks on this smug bunch of losers, so much the better.

  9. I don’t know if Trump can win, but I do know he’s made all the right enemies, the twit war mongers, the open borders plutocrats, and the sensible hair cut empty suits, who think the people with all the money shouldn’t have to pay taxes.

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