Remember when Bristol posted this selfie, when she was supposedly 5 months pregnant?
Now she has posted this picture on Instagram.
After people expressed their repulsion at young kids and babies being exposed to guns, people had a chance to reflect on the picture of Bristol. The obvious question is whether she is pregnant again? If you compare the picture of her with Tripp and the selfie she took when she claimed she was 5 months pregnant, it seems obvious that she is larger in the picture with Tripp than she was in her bathroom. However, to me, the most revealing picture is the photo of her modeling her t-shirt with Piper. The black top in the photo with Trig could have simply been a top that was loose fitting. However the t-shirt picture is illustrative that Bristol is definitely dressing in a style different than piper. The long sleeves of Bristol’s shirt reveal just how large the shirt is. The sleeves are extra long and baggy. The shoulders are too large, and falling off Bristol’s shoulders. Who poses in a picture by holding out the stomach section of a t-shirt? There is no apparent reason for Bristol to be pulling out the t-shirt from her abdomen.
Compare the pictures above to those of Bristol from after her wedding to Dakota to those above.
Certainly a pregnancy now,with the baby of Dakota, would explain why Dakota would claim to be the father of Sailor. He wouldn’t want to be married to the mother of his child, who had previously given birth to the offspring of other different fathers.
Robert Kennedy, a man assassinated, prophetically said:
What has violence ever accomplished? What has it ever created? No martyr’s cause has ever been stilled by an assassin’s bullet. No wrongs have ever been righted by riots and civil disorders. A sniper is only a coward, not a hero; and an uncontrolled or uncontrollable mob is only the voice of madness, not the voice of the people.
Today, we listen to Donald Trump react to the speeches at the Democratic convention. Trump’s response is not to point out that anything said about him was a lie, an exaggeration, or even misleading. Instead he explained that he wanted to “hit a number of those speakers so hard, their heads would spin.”
It seems likely Trump was pointing out Michael Bloomberg as the person he’d especially like to hit.
Trump is 6’2″. Michael Bloomberg is 5’8″. It seems obvious that Bloomberg was the “little guy” Trump was advertising he’d like to hit. Imagine electing a President who believes the way to solve a problem is with violence. Imagine electing a President who is proud to be a bully! Trump response to Bloomberg simply confirms all that Bloomberg said about Trump.
Michael Bloomberg described his position in this election by saying:
“We need a problem solver and not a bomb thrower.”
“God help us.”
“I’m a New Yorker and I know a con when I see one.”
“The bottom line is that Trump is a risky, reckless, and radical choice and we can’t afford to make that choice.”
Michael Bloomberg asks people to join with him, not out of party loyalty, but out of love of country…”and together lets elect a sane competent person with international experience.”
Tell everyone you know. Get everyone you know registered to vote. Make sure everyone has a ride to the polls in November. Our country is too important to take a chance on Donald Trump being elected the next President of the United States.
Sarah posted a video of Trig doing a trick on Facebook. Listen to the girls. They encourage Trig to say hello to “mom”. The clear impression is that “mom” is filming, and it surely doesn’t sound like Sarah. See for yourself.
Can you tell who “mom” is ?
Share your impression.
Donald Trump lies without apology or conscious. He lies more often than he tells the truth. Trump’s statements were awarded PolitiFact’s 2015 Lie of the Year. He even lied about the birth place of the Orlando shooter, which was widely known. The ghostwriter for the Art of the Deal described Trump’s personality as “pathologically impulsive and self-centered.” Tony Schwartz spent 18 months with Trump before writing the Art of the Deal. Mr. Schwartz gave an interview in which he explained:
“I put lipstick on a pig,” he said. “I feel a deep sense of remorse that I contributed to presenting Trump in a way that brought him wider attention and made him more appealing than he is.” He went on, “I genuinely believe that if Trump wins and gets the nuclear codes there is an excellent possibility it will lead to the end of civilization.”
Schwartz explains that for Donald Trump, “Lying is second nature to him.” “More than anyone else I have ever met, Trump has the ability to convince himself that whatever he is saying at any given moment is true, or sort of true, or at least ought to be true.” Often, Schwartz said, the lies that Trump told him were about money—“how much he had paid for something, or what a building he owned was worth, or how much one of his casinos was earning when it was actually on its way to bankruptcy.” Trump bragged that he paid only eight million dollars for Mar-a-Lago, but omitted that he bought a nearby strip of beach for a record sum. After gossip columns reported, erroneously, that Prince Charles was considering buying several apartments in Trump Tower, Trump implied that he had no idea where the rumor had started. (“It certainly didn’t hurt us,” he says, in “The Art of the Deal.”) Wayne Barrett, a reporter for theVillage Voice, later revealed that Trump himself had planted the story with journalists. Schwartz also suspected that Trump engaged in such media tricks, and asked him about a story making the rounds—that Trump often called up news outlets using a pseudonym. Trump didn’t deny it. As Schwartz recalls, he smirked and said, “You like that, do you?”
Schwartz says of Trump, “He lied strategically. He had a complete lack of conscience about it.” Since most people are “constrained by the truth,” Trump’s indifference to it “gave him a strange advantage.”
It now appears Melania Trump isn’t constrained by the truth either. Our first clue was the conflicting reports she gave after plagiarizing the Michelle Obama speech.
In her nationally televised speech she claimed to be a college graduate. However it appears that was a lie. The amazing thing is that most of America didn’t expect her to be an overly educated woman. It was clear that she had achieved success as a result of her appearance, and not her intellect.
So now that the American people have been unnecessarily lied to, it seems that we probably should assume anything coming out of Trump’s mouth is a lie. Worse, when Trump is caught in a lie, he is known to “double down” rather than to admit that he lied.