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So it's cool to position ones hand and make stuttering noises in a demeanor that resemble as a reporters disability (who was directly being addressed) because it's "deserved," teasing - and not mockery, however, it's not cool to call the man who made such gestures a meaningless gesture because a platitude of reasons ranging from:
originally posted by: LesMisanthrope
a reply to: Gryphon66
When he made the same gestures to others was he mocking their disabilities? No, because they were not disabled. But in this instance he is?
You just refuse to give him the benefit of the doubt, instead resorting to circumstantial ad hominem and attributing motive.
No, the video evidence you presented does nothing to "prove it as false." How does it do so? Trump has one sound and one expression to make fun of people with?
So, he was making fun of the reporter with the disability. That's not in dispute even in your desperate case.
Again, that he is not trying to mock the reporter's disability is only your opinion.
You can do the same with your bubble gum as with your fallacious argument.
Says the dude who has claimed to know exactly what Trump's intentions were and how we are all incorrect in our assessment/opinion (yet yours is untarnishable and you're always correct).
originally posted by: knowledgehunter0986
I have a hard time believing he would mock him intentionally on live TV while campaigning. No matter how much you want to demonized Trump, you cannot rationalize that thought process. Nobody is that stupid and Trump is not that evil.
He mocked and insulted the press, women (more than just Rosie O'Donnel), his opponents, and the list goes on and on.