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Trump Does Worcester, Protesters Fail To Bring Their “A” Game

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I gotta be honest with you, I’m kind of disappointed with the hippies tonight. I thought there would be a million of these people at the Trump rally. I mean, here is this guy, who literally couldn’t give any less fucks about their sensitive feelings. A guy who stands for the exact opposite of everything they believe. And all we got were a handful of ragtags. Literally 15 or 20 nobodies with signs.

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I mean, Turtle Riders were literally mocking them as they drove by. It was emasculating:

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – Worcester protesters are bootleg protesters. The Springfield hippies are putting them to shame. They’re outside the courthouse in Hampden County dancing, clapping, and getting their groove on, and our’s are stuffing their faces with donuts. If this was in Springfield there would’ve been at least 100 people there. But it’s Worcester so we get some guy reading people Bible passages instead.

Meanwhile inside the arena was Trump mania. Everyone had their Jingo on tonight:

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Anyway, Turtleboy’s thoughts on the rally are simple – Trump is a brilliant orator who knows how to market himself to a right wing crowd. He literally says nothing. I just witnesse this man bullshit a crowd for 60 minutes straight and they ate that shit up and asked for seconds. At the end we actually presented Trump with an honorary “I Am Turtleboy” t-shirt which he’s probably gonna wear to bed every night because it’s so amazing. But while we were waiting to give it to him after the rally was over:

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We literally almost got crushed to death by a horde of Carlo Baldino’s worst nightmare:

And we loved every single minute of it because it was hilarious. If this whole President thing doesn’t work out I hope he gets his own talk show and just rants for an hour in front of a right wing crowd in a different city every night.

Here’s the thing with Trump. He over simplifies everything because he realizes that Americans just don’t have the attention span to give a shit for more than a quick sound bite. “Illegal immigrants? Build a wall. Huge wall. Biggest wall you’ve ever seen. We’ll call it Trump wall!!!” Because no one in the history of the world has ever found a way to get over a wall before.

Who’s gonna pay for the wall? Mexico of course. Because when Trump is President he can just tell other countries to build shit and pay for it themselves. This is how foreign policy works.

Then there was his stance on what to do with illegal immigrants who are already here:

“In Los Angeles we got gangs full of illegal immigrants. When become President, they are OUT OF HERE!!! Ya gotta go!!!”

Gee, why didn’t I think of that?? No one ever thought to kick illegal immigrant gang bangers out of the country before!!! Genius!!

I guess it was kind of funny and kind of sad at the same time. Trump knows he’s full of shit and is just kind of taking this thing as far as he can take it. But man, he had that crowd eating out the palm of his hand. Here’s the thing though – his popularity is almost completely reliant on hippies acting a fool. Tonight he kind of lost the crowd when he started going on and on about how rich he is. Then right when a lull occurred – BAM – a hippie started a protest and got kicked out.

That’s where Trump came in. Three times this happened, and three times he had hilarious anecdotes that got the crowd all fired up. Because America is sick and tired of protesters more than anything on earth. It’s why they find a guy like Trump so appealing despite the fact that he literally says absolutely nothing. The hippies have radicalized the right and Trump has opened his arms and coddled them in his bosom.

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Let’s check out the three hippie interruptions so you can rate which hippie brought their best protester game tonight.

Hippie Exhibit A

Wanna see what I’m talking about Trump’s bullshit? Watch this Trump speech about his wall. Here’s what he says right before the crowds notice that three people are holding, “Migrants Lives Matter” signs. “We’re gonna build a wall. And it will be a great wall. Ya know, I’ve been talking about a wall for a long time. We’re gonna build it, and it’s gonna be a wall. It’s gonna be a real wall. It’s gonna be a wall that’s way up there and make you say, “wow.” It’s gonna be strong, it’s gonna be powerful, it’s gonna look good. As good as a wall can look.” Watch how Trump reacts to them after they interrupt his nonsensical speech about nothing:

The crowd FEEDS off it. I mean, he’s literally up there talking about NOTHING, and then these idiots come along with their signs, and they get the crowd all fired up. Don’t you get it now? Don’t ya see? You morons are the reason Trump is popular. You are keeping this hilarious sideshow going. Trump knows it too, and he loves you for it. You caused this USA chant that followed:

I give these hippies a C. Their presentation and planning was solid. They went to a part of the arena where they know they’d be seen. But what’s up with migrants lives matter? That’s the best they could come up with? If I was them I would’ve been a little more creative, like “Trump likes Nickelback” or something like that.

Hippie Exhibit B

All of a sudden out of nowhere some guy in the middle of the crowd stood up and started calling Trump a racist. Turns out it’s this guy:

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Peter Rondon. Formerly of Walmart fame. This guy was on a mission:

Trump immediately followed that up with “Isn’t a Trump rally a lot more fun than those other guys?”

And you know what? He’s absolutely right. It was freaking AWESOME. I’ve seen a lot of stand up comics in my life but I’ve never been so entertained as I was at tonight’s Trump rally.

I gotta give credit where credits due to this hippie though. This guy was like a wild cow that wouldn’t be branded. Unlike the sign hippies, he sat his down front and center and refused to go quietly. It’s a wonder that this guy got fired from working at Walmart just two weeks ago. I give Peter Rondon an A-.

 

Hippie Exhibit C

So right when Trump brought up how too many Americans were on food stamps we heard this guy right in back of us yell, “they’re on food stamps because of you!!!”

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This is what happened afterwards:

And once again, this guy set up Trump PERFECTLY to roast him:

“Ya know, it’s amazing. I mention food stamps, and that guy who’s seriously overweight goes crazy. It’s amazing.”

And the crowd ate that shit up. Don’t you hippies see what you’re doing? You’re setting him up for punch lines. By trying to shout over everyone who disagrees with your world view, you’re only making enemies. We all want to laugh at you, and Trump realizes that, so he makes fun of you. Also, you don’t make it very hard for him when you’re a fat guy with long hair. And everyone finds this refreshing because Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney would never do something like that. Trump marches to a beat of his own drum, and this is what people find appealing about him.

So I give this protester an F because he completely failed. He hardly put up a fight, he looked unkempt and slovenly, and he didn’t even have any good one liners.

From there on out it just set Trump up to blame the media for focusing on the three protesters, instead of the 12,000 people in attendance. Which is exactly what they ended up doing:

Trump is revolutioinizing what it means to be a Republican by basically only talking about immigration and kicking ISIS’s ass. Not once tonight did he mention abortion or gay marriage – two hallmarks of the christian conservative right. Not once did he mention education or the cost of college or the economy. There are literally no other issues besides ISIS and immigration. It’s kind of weird that so many people from Massachusetts are getting into it, because I don’t even know if I’ve met a Mexican before in Massachusetts. We’ve got a lot of Latinos up here but they’re mostly Puerto Rican. Newsflash – a wall can’t stop you from buying a $99 Jet Blue ticket from San Juan. Especially since Puerto Ricans are American citizens and are not separated from us by land.

So is Trump gonna be President? We’ve said no chance since day one. But the longer this goes on the more we’re starting to believe. From day one we’ve said that Hillary will get the Democratic nomination, and Jeb Bush would get the Republicans. Every day it looks more and more like Jeb is done. However, we are on record as saying that the only other two Republicans who could get the nomination are Scott Walker and Marco Rubio. Walker is gone, but Rubio is pretty much all Trump talked about for 15 minutes straight tonight. He’s clearly threatened by this guy because he’s got everything the Republicans need. He’s young, he’s sharp, he’s Latino, and he’s from Florida.

Our prediction is Rubio over Hillary and Trump gets the greatest talk show of all time. Heard it here first.

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48 Comment(s)
  • Publius
    November 20, 2015 at 9:25 pm

    Just sent Rubio the mothers milk of politics, $$.

  • grouper
    November 20, 2015 at 4:10 pm

    There’s no way Rubio is going to get the nomination. Big Money is now backing him but he’ll never never carry Florida. The only reason he won the senate seat was Charlie Christ ran on amnesty and Rubio seen the blow back from it and ran on the anti amnesty. The Gang of eight sealed his fate.

  • boomshakalaka
    November 20, 2015 at 1:59 pm

    Okaay for all of you out there – America is from UNITED STATES to Chile – so when he says he is going to make America great again wtf does he mean ? Maybe make UNITED STATES better , not America .

    • The Philistine
      November 20, 2015 at 7:46 pm

      This again? Every corner of the friggin’ planet knows what is being spoken of when the term America is spoken.

  • mousy
    November 20, 2015 at 11:00 am

    It amazes me that people are really supporting Trump, or giving Trump any credibility by protesting him.

    People voted for Ross Perot, another loud-mouthed businessman who thought he could shake up Washington DC, to send a message to the establishment. What did we get? Bush. Not that anyone liked Clinton much by that point, but sometimes, you have to suck it up and choose the lesser of two evils.

    Since Perot, the political pendulum has been swinging further and further to the extremes. A vote for Trump in this election will do nothing but give the pendulum more momentum.

    • Finnish Goalie
      November 20, 2015 at 12:57 pm

      You have your elections mixed up.

      • mousy
        November 20, 2015 at 2:29 pm

        Whoops. In my defense, I was 4 at the time. The bottom line remains the same – Trump will do nothing but pull votes from other candidates, with potentially disastrous consequences for the rational citizens.

    • Silas Dogood
      November 20, 2015 at 9:07 pm

      Mousy, you got that ALL wrong.

  • Pat
    November 20, 2015 at 12:51 am

    True. Every Carter brings a Reagan.

    • Wabbitt
      wabbitt
      November 20, 2015 at 2:56 am

      Umm… Reagan’s economic policies brought about the Great Recession of the late 1980s. He “won” the Cold War by nearly bankrupting the country.

      Dude was a better than average president, not the genius that the far right makes him out to be.

      • Finnish Goalie
        November 20, 2015 at 9:16 am

        Mythos, isn’t it great?

        The Left has Kennedy and the Right has Reagan.

      • Jake from StateFarm
        November 20, 2015 at 9:28 am

        LOL …. your theory of him being responsible for the recession is baseless. It really is …. and please don’t point me to an article of someone’s else’s opinion that he is responsible for that. That doesn’t make it true.

        • Finnish Goalie
          November 20, 2015 at 9:55 am

          You sound open to discussion on this.

  • Publius
    November 19, 2015 at 10:18 pm

    This is reminscent of eight years ago, most observers said a freshman senator with scant experience would get elected but, the crowds, and then we did just that, elected amateur hour because of the color of his skin. Maybe this just swings pendulum back.

  • Del Griffith
    November 19, 2015 at 8:05 pm

    Like it or not, the further Obama and the dems move left… Trump goes up in the polls. The more the media bashes him…Trump goes up in the polls. More terrorist strikes, immigrant, refugee problems…. Yup, Trump goes up in the polls. Right or wrong, agree or not, left or right… Trump says what most are thinking and yet afraid to say… and goes up in the polls. He doesn’t need any ads, Obama and the media are providing him with all the publicity he needs to run away with this thing. Not saying I’d vote for him, just an observation and haven’t seen anything like this since Reagan got all the publicity he needed from Jimmy Carter.

  • hetero white male
    November 19, 2015 at 5:29 pm

    It boggles my mind how any human being, member of this country, member of this SPECIES can stand behind Trump. He stands for nothing. His entire platform is half-baked one liners aimed at his opponents and ranting about how great his hair is. Fuck your hair Trump. No one cares. . . Well I guess people DO care, which is absolutely terrifying. I look at the people supporting this guy and cringe. The levels of ignorance are overwhelming. This is not a person you elect president. This is a person you laugh at on day time TV. Makes sense, considering most of his supporters are ignorant slobs that watch that drivel and take it seriously. There is a place to laugh and there is place to take care of business. Trump is not here to do ANY good for America, and you are fooling yourself if you think he’s “going to make America again.” What the fuck does that even mean? It doesn’t mean anything. It’s called hollow rhetoric. How about we get someone with REAL BALLS who isn’t afraid to do some WORK and some GOOD for this country. Trump is not interested in that. His balls are shriveled up and the only way he can make himself feel good is by ranting like a mongoloid. If you have even the tiniest amount of faith and hope in this SPECIES and PLANET EARTH you will see that this man is a hate monger and possibly the least qualified candidate

    • True Reality Speaks
      True Reality Speaks
      November 19, 2015 at 7:27 pm

      Carlo – you’re back from Scotland!

    • Pat
      November 19, 2015 at 7:40 pm

      Pssst: You spelled homo wrong in your screen name.

  • Publius
    November 19, 2015 at 3:46 pm

    The protestors were a nonfactor last night and a source of entertainment. Guess they decided not to try to bully those who might bully back. Stick to bullying college presidents and shouting down liberal professors. Very surprised at the huge numbers last night of all age groups. And the lines. Not a Trump supporter but this was impressive.

  • Devils Mouthpiece
    November 19, 2015 at 1:22 pm

    Here’s the thing about Trump.

    He’s not your typical politician, of which we have seen more than enough of the same – same from BOTH parties for many years. He’s not afraid to say what many are thinking and doesn’t tow the party line. While he hasn’t offered up any solutions, none of the other candidates have provided anything beyond talking points or sound bytes. They never do. They just play to the media, the least informed, and the PC crowd. Or they spin their BS so it doesn’t feed the liberal agenda the media lives to gobble up to amplify. Again, this applies to both parties. It’s gotten us nowhere and continues to provide us with a pathetic cache of career politicians that are nothing more than the doll with the string hanging from it’s back.

    Somehow Trump has figured out how to use his shocking approach to his advantage and stir up the silent majority, media be dammed. They aren’t quite sure what to do with him and it’s great.

    Trump is wildly successful in business. Making money, brokering deals and surrounding himself with smart people. I find it amusing when people call him an idiot or moron, but morons don’t amass 4B in net worth. That’s just pure jealousy and lack of any other thought process. At one time successful people were revered, but the left has done a masterful job of convincing the sheeple all people of wealth are nothing but thieves and scumbags. Unless of course, they are a liberal politicians. Then it’s ok….

    The same same isn’t going to cut it anymore. No more hope and change, cut the BS and get to work with the real issues. Damn the torpedoes and FUCK the PC crowd.

    • Jake from StateFarm
      November 19, 2015 at 2:34 pm

      Trump isn’t a moron, people who call him a moron are actually a moron.

      Trump is a classless, disrespectful BULLY though ….. and even though I agree with many of his positions, his “name calling” is absolutely childish.

      And for those people that think he represents the middle class …….. your mistaken. Trump thinks he’s better than you because he’s rich. By the way, he got his boost from his own rich father that started him out ….. and as the old saying goes —> it takes money to make money. He’s lucky his Dad gave him $ to build a business.

      • Devils Mouthpiece
        November 19, 2015 at 4:33 pm

        I would have to agree that sometimes he makes my cringe. Then again, I like the fact he moves on and ignores or plays the media for the most part. Personally, I get enjoyment out of that due to my severe distaste for the media.

        Yes, he started out in his fathers company and inherited some money, but he grew that money significantly. What difference does it make if he acquired it with a loan or was handed the money, the result is still the same. He knows how to build a business and beyond his higher education degrees probably learned some of his skills and work ethic from his successful father. Doesn’t make him a bad person. Just makes him successful.

  • TurtleBoySpurts
    November 19, 2015 at 12:05 pm

    “Trump supporters are generally morons. He’s hilarious and entertaining, but he appeals to the lowest common denominator with his rhetoric…it’s nothing more than entertainment…clearly this man is not qualified to be President of the United States.” – Turtleboy, November 16, 2015

    • Finnish Goalie
      November 19, 2015 at 1:50 pm

      One writer dislikes him and his supporters and another is making observations.

      Fancy that.

      • Wabbitt
        wabbitt
        November 20, 2015 at 2:52 am

        You might almost think THERE’S MORE THAN ONE WRITER!

        Whoa! Mind = BLOWN

  • Stk3
    November 19, 2015 at 11:44 am

    Go big or go home……. That’s what I like about Trump. I am so embarrassed by Obama’s passive stance on ISIS and illegal immigration. He is a coward and the entire world can see that. Trump may not always say the most PC things but at least he will do something.

  • Finnish Goalie
    November 19, 2015 at 10:59 am

  • BobnMic
    November 19, 2015 at 10:33 am

    It may come down in Donald Trump’s case as – “be careful you wish for” – because you might just get it. And that could actually be a great thing if he does get it because you know he will surround himself with the best and the brightest. Our enemies would fear him and that is the biggest part I like.

  • Deb Mc
    November 19, 2015 at 10:31 am

    Trump could be the nominee. I don’t believe I just typed that. I used to think his nomination would be really good for the democratic nomination, but now I’m not so sure. If enough people believe his crap that he is nominated, he could be elected. I remember thinking, no way W will get elected, but we all know how that worked out. Can you imagine him ever listened to any one, about anything? -If he’s elected, we’ll all be hiding in our cellars.

  • Nanny
    November 19, 2015 at 10:12 am

    Always fun when the circus comes to town.

  • Jake from StateFarm
    November 19, 2015 at 9:02 am

    I truly believe Trump does not want the nomination, nor does he really want to be President. He is a narcissist that is enjoying the overwhelming amount of attention and clearly saying things in a an antagonistic and “over the top” way trying to achieve sensationalism, and most important to him —-> attention.

    Do I agree with his points ? , …. some of them for sure, but not all. But Trump does not have the class, temperment, and demeanor to hold the World’s highest office (neither does Obama – but that’s a different story). He is a bully and he realizes it garners him attention. Anybody but a Democrat and Trump, will suffice for me.

    Prediction; Trump will become more controversial and belligerent —–> especially if he realizes he could become the nomination (which he really doesn’t want).

    • BLADERUNNER
      November 19, 2015 at 10:57 am

      its time to stand up and worrying about pc or flowery speeches and tone has long passed.we need action.do you suggest that bullying is a bad thingunder our present conditions/ i think we tried being nice to a fault.

  • Martin Silenus
    November 19, 2015 at 8:58 am

    The stars are all aligned: I think Trump wins the presidency. First, he’s the polar opposite of Obama, the dithering, ineffectual, idealistic college professor. Second, ISIS and illegal immigration are now inextricably linked, and stopping both are in Trump’s wheelhouse. Third, the economy still sucks, is crushing the middle class, and people are really pissed. Fourth, the idiot protesters are driving support his way with their ridiculous attitudes and demands. Plus, Trump is very charismatic and fun to listen to, as opposed to that supposedly great orator Obama (who is wearing out my mute button), and for an added bonus, Trump represents an opportunity to stick it to the Washington establishment.

    • Jake from StateFarm
      November 19, 2015 at 9:06 am

      His actions of calling people fat, stupid, ugly and other derogatory terms (childish) is omitted from your post. I realize they are not Presidential or flattering facts ……. but you should paint the whole picture in your support of him (which is fine with me).

    • CommonSense
      November 19, 2015 at 9:28 am

      Well said. Thanks.

    • Martin Silenus
      November 19, 2015 at 10:58 am

      Just for the record re my original comment–I get a kick out of trump, I do think he’s the odds on favorite to win the whole thing, but I’m not sure I support him. Some of his stuff is very over the top. Deporting 11mm people, including kids who may not even speak Spanish? On the other hand, the dopes living in gated communities who say walls don’t work are really full of shit. At least Trump isn’t a hypocrite.

  • TRUMP-ed UP!!!
    November 19, 2015 at 8:17 am

    I’ve said it before, and I will say it again….Trump says exactly what the silent majority think and feel, but are too afraid to say for fear of saying something politically INcorrect. If he doesn’t get the nomination, it will be because GOP insiders will rig or tweak it somehow. Let’s face it….there’s a lot more going on that we don’t know about in government.

  • Finnish Goalie
    November 19, 2015 at 8:14 am

    Perhaps other candidates will find the second largest city in New England worth their time now?

  • Z
    November 19, 2015 at 7:46 am

    Back in August I was far from a Trump supporter. But I’ve shifted a little bit each week. Regardless of whether Donald is nominated by the RNC, he has been able to strike a nerve with Americans that is forcing other candidates to cut out the bullshit that they try to feed American voters. Whether or not candidates support gay marriage today is pretty irrelevant since the Supreme Court has already ruled on that. Inevitably it really is looking as though Marco Rubio is will be nominated. However, Trump has been so radical that I love it. His “I’m not going to take shit from anyone and will defend myself against these extremist progressives” attitude is very refreshing. It turns out Worcester isn’t as saturated with hippies as I thought. After all, they’re showing was pretty weak last night. I can’t wait for November 2016 when America gets taken back from these radicals that support protestors in Baltimore, Ferguson and at the University of Missouri. Vote republican. You’ll feel less responsible when the country is in the tubes.

    • cm
      November 19, 2015 at 9:22 am

      I could not agree or say it any better Z

  • BlackandWhite
    November 19, 2015 at 6:33 am

    These hippies aren’t exactly the sharpest crayons.

  • Pat
    November 19, 2015 at 6:28 am

    The only 2 issues we should be caring about right now ARE illegal immigration and ISIS, because if those 2 single issues are not controlled, EVERYTHING else will be irrelevant. Its sick that its come down to this fact, but our country and the world have been “fundamentally changed” by BHO.

  • JayC
    November 19, 2015 at 6:18 am

    The 20 protesters had zero game. They weren’t even chanting or doing anything to get a reaction and prompt a response. I’d say Trump has a good game plan. In an hour speech he hit on the important topics ever day Americans care about (money, safety, and illegal immigrants/refugees coming to harm us and/or take away our money), owned the press and protesters, didn’t talk about abortion or other third-rail kind stuff that nobody cares about. It wasn’t an in depth speech on policy, which anyone can read more online. He energized the people there and doesn’t act like a typical hack scripted politician.

  • dkp
    November 19, 2015 at 3:38 am

    No matter what you think about the guy.. he’s still better than anyone the dems have.

    • Fillet o fish
      November 19, 2015 at 5:56 am

      Trumps better than anyone the Rs have as well.

    • Pat
      November 19, 2015 at 7:32 pm

      Nice mirror selfie, Petey!

  • Wwy
    November 19, 2015 at 1:01 am

    Anyone protesting free speech is a moron,it’s #1 in the constitution for a reason,illegal immigration is not. Just the usual uneducated freeloaders.

    • Ted
      November 19, 2015 at 5:54 am

      Getting rid of the illegal gangbangers- ” gee why didn’t someone think of that before?” Of course its been THOUGHT of before, the diffetence is: NO POL HAS EVER SAID THAT OUT LOUD BEFORE. And you have to believe Trump will do it. Common sense. Not the same old BS of “pathway to citizenship” and “the Islamic State is neither Islamic nor a state”.
      Nature abhors a vaccum, and Russia and even FRANCE are filling it. Its time for the US to sit at the adult table again.

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