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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

MELANIA TRUMP'S SPEECH AT REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION


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by Val Koinen
July 19, 2016

What in the world happened Monday evening at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland?  Did Melania Trump really plagiarize some earlier words and phrases soon-to-be First Negress Michelle Obama delivered at the Democratic National Convention back in 2008?


It sure seems as though that is what happened, doesn't it?

Here is an article that explains the situation in detail:

No one to be fired after Melania Trump speech plagiarism episode (CNN)

And now, we have to ask ourselves:  What could be more distracting and embarrassing than having our hoped-for First Lady Melania Trump, in this all-important debut speech before a nationwide audience, plagiarize portions of an earlier speech delivered by someone like the America-hating negress Michael Michelle Obama?

Well, alright -- maybe it isn't such a big deal after all.  We do need to keep in mind that:
  • Most if not all speeches of this kind are just a bunch of political silliness and hot air anyway, designed to stir up the enthusiasm of the audience -- even when delivered by 'our side.'
  • They are almost always written by the speech-writing staff, not by the speakers themselves.
  • They all make use of a fairly limited number of common, patriotic, values-signalling, and self-promoting words that fit the occasion; and the words are generally similar because the circumstances are so similar.
Still, these kinds of speeches do have some measure of importance.  And ideally, they should be sincere and honest, and should reflect the true thoughts and principles of the speaker.  So it is understandable that the Trump campaign has been in denial and damage-control mode all day.

Maybe I can help.  Here are some questions that I should think presidential candidate Donald Trump should be asking right about now:
  1. Was this done in a deliberate attempt to sabotage Melania Trump's speech -- to embarrass her, Donald Trump, and the campaign?
  2. Who put those particular words and phrases into the speech?
  3. What were the circumstances -- how does that person explain it?
  4. Was that person a Jew?
  5. Have there been any recent communications of substance between that person and the husband of Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka, Jew Jared Kushner?  (It has been reported that Kushner has taken up an influential position in the Trump campaign.)
  6. If so, what have been the nature of those communications?
  7. Same last two preceding questions re: other Jewish operatives involved in the campaign?
Idle speculation?  Well, no, I don't think there is anything particularly 'idle' about my having these thoughts and putting them forward.  Wild speculation?  Yeah, maybe a little 'out there,' but it might be more accurate to refer to them as 'sneaking suspicions.'  Conspiracy theory?  Well, sure.  Obviously.  Malicious rumor-mongering?  Hardly.  It is well known that 'Power-Jewry' is for the most part dead-set against Donald being elected our next President.  And the Jews are well known for the never-ending and vastly disproportionate influence they wield over national politics and elections (donations, lobbying, press coverage, etc.).  And their 'networking' capabilities in the service of 'what's good for Jews.' And let's face it -- a substantial number of them are most definitely not known to be the most honest people in the world.

Let's just call my conjectures 'food for thought.'

Update Wednesday p.m. July 20:  Latest reports say that a self-described 'in-house staff writer' and family friend of the Trumps, one Meredith McIver, has taken responsibility for the inclusion of the 'plagiarized' wording in the Melania Trump speech two days ago (stories here and here).  For what it's worth, she is reported to be a registered Democrat. No indication of any Jew connections or shenanigans as yet.

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