The hilarity continues.
I was watching MSNBC when one of the few Trump Latino advisors was honest about why he’s with Trump. Because if Trump does not win there will be “taco trucks on every corner.” No exaggeration.
The pathology of minorities who support Trump demonstrates a pretty healthy dose of self-hate. They clearly do not celebrate their heritage and communities, they instead fear them the way Trump’s white followers do and enjoy their status as “one of the good ones” who will “tell the truth” about their people. It’s Jews for Hitler and Chickens for Colonel Sanders time here. Gutierrez literally speaks of Mexicans like they’re a virus that has to be treated or they will colonize our culture. “Wow!” is all that needs to be said.
You want to help? Don’t help.
So Trump is finally going to tell black people what’s what to their face in a black church and earn their votes. Well, not really to their face because the plan is a televised interview with a black Trump supporting pastor in a black church but with no actual people there except the camera operator and the teleprompter guy. The script for this epic minority outreach effort was leaked.
Instead of speaking to the congregation at Great Faith Ministries International, Mr. Trump had planned to be interviewed by its pastor in a session that would be closed to the public and the news media, with questions submitted in advance. And instead of letting Mr. Trump be his freewheeling self, his campaign prepared lengthy answers for the submitted questions, consulting black Republicans to make sure he says the right things.
An eight-page draft script obtained by The New York Times shows 12 questions that Bishop Wayne T. Jackson, the pastor, intends to ask Mr. Trump in the taped question-and-answer session, as well as the responses Mr. Trump is being advised to give.
Maybe I’m crazy but I didn’t think there were supposed to be scripts for interviews. I can’t wait for this.
To the first question, “Are you a Christian and do you believe the Bible is an inspired word of God?” the scriptwriters have a response they hope will keep Mr. Trump from repeating previous stumbles when asked about his faith.
“As I went through my life, things got busy with business, but my family kept me grounded to the truth and the word of God,” the script has Mr. Trump saying. “I treasure my relationship with my family, and through them, I have a strong faith enriched by an ever-wonderful God.”