A close look at Donald Trump’s hate speech


Hillary Clinton castigates the “ugly, divisive rhetoric we have heard from Donald Trump and the encouragement he has given to violent aggression:”

It’s easy for Trump supporters to see which Americans religiously believe Hillary Clinton or whatever ABC, CBS, NBC,  and CNN tell them without ever questioning content.  Trump supporters know who those people are because Trump supporters are open to all information so that we can make an informed decision ourselves rather than rely on the “news” to tell us what to think.

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Donald’s opponents spread malicious slander with criminal intent.  These proven liars happen to be the leadership of the Republican National Committee and the Democratic National Committee, which informed people today know are one and the same corrupt organization that creates an illusion of duality to dupe the uninformed, rob us, rape us, and strip us of our most fundamental human rights.

They are con artists, racketeering on an international level, engaged in activities that squarely violate the Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), 18 USC 1961-1968, et seq., which has the ultimate effect of stripping them, upon conviction, of literally everything they own, including losing their citizenship, and in some instances their lives for treason and espionage.

The RNC and DNC are revolutionary mafias that have already overthrown the Republic and they need to be put behind bars.

So shall I spell out for you, word for word
exactly what Donald Trump’s “hate speech” is?


Unsubstantiated Report No. 1:  “Donald Trump is literally Hitler!”

Unsubstantiated Report No. 2:  “Donald Trump should be assassinated!”

Unsubstantiated Report No. 3:  “Donald Trump’s vitriolic speech is inciting riots!”

Unsubstantiated Report No. 4:  “Who hates Muslims more, Obama or Trump?



Cloward-Piven strategy that created the refugee crisis for which American citizens are now expected to shoulder the burden without economic ability and with suspension of rule of law.


“My immigration policy is actually pretty simple.  We need to make changes to our laws to make it easier for those people who can contribute to this country to come here legally while we make it impossible for criminal elements and other people to get here illegally.  I want good people to come here from all over the world, but I want them to do so legally.  We can expedite the process, we can reward achievement and excellence, but we have to respect the legal process.  And those people who take advantage of the system and come here illegally should never enjoy the benefits of being a resident — or citizen — of this nation.  So I am against any path to citizenship for undocumented workers or anyone else who is in this country illegally.”[2]


Foreign policy

Cloward-Piven strategy to defeat American military from within while paying $20 billion annual “foreign aid” to Saudi Arabia to invade USA with Jihadists.


“The best way not to have to use your military power is to make sure that power is visible.
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“Spending money on our military is also smart business.  Who do people think build our airplanes and ships, and all the equipment that our troops should have?  American workers, that’s who.  So building up our military also makes economic sense because it allows us to put real money into the system and put thousands of people back to work.
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“Depending on the price of oil, Saudi Arabia earns somewhere between half a billion and a billion dollars every day.  They wouldn’t exist, let alone have that wealth, without our protection.  We get nothing from them.  Nothing.”[3]


“My rules of engagement have always been pretty simple — if we are going to intervene in a conflict, there had better be a direct threat to our national interests.  The threat should be so obvious that most Americans will know where the hot spot is on the globe and will quickly understand why we are getting involved.  Also, we’d better have an airtight plan to win and get out.”[4]



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Cloward-Piven strategy to replace fundamental education with leftist ideology.


“A lot of people believe the Department of Education should just be eliminated.  Get rid of it.  If we don’t eliminate it completely, we certainly need to cut its power and reach.  Education has to be run locally.  Common Core, No Child Left Behind, and Race to the Top are all programs that take decisions away from parents and local school boards.  These programs allow the progressives in the Department of Education to indoctrinate, not educate, our kids.  What they are doing does not fit the American model of governance.”[5]



Cloward-Piven strategy creates fraudulent climate problem, then requires you to pay for it.


“If you go back in history, you’ll find that the biggest tornadoes we’ve had in this country took place in the 1890’s, and the most hurricanes occurred in the 1860s and ‘70s.  Violent climate “changes” are nothing new.
“We have even had ice ages.
“I just don’t happen to believe they are man-made.”[6]



Cloward-Piven strategy creates national healthcare that they say is free but doubles in cost annually.


“Nobody understands business better than I do.  You want better plans at a better price?  Increase competition for customers.
“The government doesn’t belong in health care except as the very last resort.  The main way the government should be involved is to make sure the insurance companies are financially strong so that if there is a catastrophic event or they make some kind of miscalculation, they have the resources they’ll need to handle it.
“If we follow my logic, our health care system, and our economy, will be well again very soon.”[7]



Cloward-Piven strategy uses NAFTA, TTP, and TTIP to hand over USA economy to foreign powers through “contracts” in which we are not “stakeholders”.
“Some of the proposed solutions make no sense.  There are politicians who think one way of reducing the national debt is to cut Social Security or other entitlement programs.  We have to tread very carefully here.  Since our “great” depression more than 80 years ago, America has always provided a social safety net for those who fall off the economic chart.  Retired seniors in particular rely on pensions and Social Security, as well as Medicare.
“We have to be very careful about changing the rules for those whose monthly checks make a difference in their survival.  A lot of people live from check to check.  There’s no way I’m letting those payments be reduced.  No way.  This country made a deal with our citizens.  That’s their money.  They paid it into the system their whole working lives so that older people could get their monthly checks.
“Now it’s their turn.
“We should not touch Social Security.  It’s off the table.
“But you know what?  There are a lot of wealthy people who don’t need it.  So if the government offered me the opportunity to give it up, I would check that box.  I’m sure there are other wealthy individuals who would do the same thing.  Even so, the impact that would have on solving the financial crisis we face would be minimal.
“Changing the tax code to be more fair for all income classes is a much better answer to this bigger problem”[8]



Cloward-Piven strategy continues to grow federal government jobs while private sector loses jobs overseas . . . on our taxes.


“It’s time we finally brought our tax system up to date by reducing the burden on most Americans, simplifying the system for everyone, providing a sensible policy for large corporations and small businesses, and cutting out the billions of your dollars we waste every year . . . and then, to top it all off, bring our jobs back home where they belong”[9]


Right to bear arms

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Cloward-Piven strategy creates media hysteria about death by guns totally disproportionate to massive deaths from medical malpractice to create a false premise to disarm us.


“THE SECOND AMENDMENT IS clear to me:  ‘A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.’
“The fact that the Founding Fathers made it the Second Amendment, second only to our First Amendment freedoms of speech, religion, the press, and the right of assembly and to petition the government, shows that they understood how important the right to bear arms would be for all Americans.
“James Madison pointed out that this right was a unique historical protection when he said that the Constitution preserves ‘the advantage of being armed, which the Americans possess over the people of almost every other nation . . . [where] the governments are afraid to trust the people with arms.’”[10]


Crumbling infrastructure

Cloward-Piven strategy neglects infrastructure because they’re declaring war on America anyway.


“For me, fixing the country’s infrastructure would be a major priority project.  I was speaking to thousands of people in New Hampshire when a nice young man asked me what I thought about the project being planned to send humans to Mars.
“‘I think it’s wonderful,’ I told him.  ‘But I want to rebuild our infrastructure first on Earth, okay?’  I mean, I don’t understand how we can put a man on the moon but we can’t fix the potholes on the way to O’Hare International Airport.
“Where are our priorities?
“Before we build bridges to Mars, let’s make sure the bridges over the Mississippi River aren’t going to fall down.”[11]


Restoring American values

Cloward-Piven strategy destroys American family values by undermining life, liberty, pursuit of happiness.


“Most people believe that once they’re rich they’ll automatically become happy.  I’m not going to pretend that being rich doesn’t offer a lot of wonderful opportunities, but it doesn’t necessarily make you happy.  I’ve learned that wealth and happiness are two completely different things.
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“The happiest people I know are those who have great families and real values.  I’ve seen it.  I know it.  People who have a loving spouse and have children they really love are happy people.  Religion also plays a very large factor in happiness.  People who have God in their lives receive a tremendous amount of joy and satisfaction from their faith.”[12]



Most of what you know so far about Donald Trump comes from hearing what other people have to say about him.  I have provided you with an opportunity to see for yourself exactly what Donald Trump says that is being labeled as “hate speech.”

Those who hate Donald Trump are the ones engaging in hate speech that is designed to rob every American citizen of their birth or naturalized right.  Donald J. Trump is our champion.  He is Braveheart.  He will lead us to victory.

Only fools follow the Pied Piper.


Read the book

[1] Crippled America, how to make America great again by Donald J. Trump, Simon & Schuster, Inc., 2015.

[2] Id at p. 30.

[3] Id at pp. 33-34.

[4] Id at p. 36.

[5] Id at p. 51.

[6] Id at p. 62.

[7] Id at pp. 75-76.

[8] Id at pp. 83-84.

[9] Id at p. 158.

[10] Id at p. 109.

[11] Id at p. 124.

[12] Id at pp. 127-128.