Donald Trump has made of our Election 2016 process, a ridiculously entertaining reality show. In this short clip titled Donald Trump: The Surgeon by Patriotic Artists & Creatives PAC, you will find the most adequate satirical representation of the person republicans have chosen as their candidate to bid for the highest office in the world.
Even though this video is precisely the image the media wanted in people’s minds because constant coverage of each stupidity and unfortunate political blunder Donald Trump has ever made since he announced running for president June, 16 2015 — and intermediately he appeared on “State of the Union with Jake Tapper” on Sunday at 9 a.m., starting to receive one of his many free publicity during his presidential campaign.
The Surgeon portraits a vivid representation of the candidate who has mocked at disable people. He did so at a rally in front of thousands of supporters. And don’t say Donald Trump would never be insensitive to folks with disabilities or that he is the person who has most respect for people with disabilities. We know his hotels have elevators and signs, but that will not make a case for him and his mockeries.
In recent days, the New York Times made an attempt to categorize every insult Donald J. Trump has made on Twitter and came up with a “HUGE” article detailing all insults Trump has made over Twitter alone at presidential candidates, journalists, news organizations, nations, a Neil Young song and even a lectern in the Oval Office.
But undoubtedly Donald Trump’s worst offense is when he made fun of people with disabilities. But that won’t cut the story short right there. The way he has viciously denied he did not make an unflattering impression of Serge Kovaleskihas at a South Carolina rally, a person who suffers from a congenital joint condition, is reason enough to make this satire. Believe it or not, there’s still people out there in the “United Sates” who feel undecided about whether they should vote for Donald Trump or not.
Donald Trump: The Surgeon is also a recap of whatever policy the GOP Candidate is blitzering on TV and around the country, trying to make a case for his candidacy which is failing because it is based on false promises and inaccurate proposals and policies that will falter to succeed if he ever gets near the White House after November 8th.
To the disagreement of Trump’s supporters –and surrogates– who are still blindfolded by the reality show’s year-long pilot episode, watch this video and make your own decisions. It should not be that hard. “Believe me”.