posted on Oct, 8 2017 @ 02:15 AM
originally posted by: Kaileena
originally posted by: norhoc
a reply to: Kaileena
He said almost exactly what Trump said and everyone applauds. Yet when Trump says it he gets critiqued.
Well, Trump is a .....I won't say moron. I will say intrllectually challenged?
I'm not one to constantly jump in and defend Trump or praise him until I'm out of breath, but really? You "won't say moron" but will go with
"intrllectually challenged" I assume you meant intellectually challenged, unless this was one of those covfefe moments. If that is the case, then I
apologize for my error.
This "intrllectually challenged" man is a billionaire, reality TV star, real estate mogul, author, beat out the best the Republicans had to offer, and
the all mighty high priestess, best candidate ever Hillary Clinton to become one of the most powerful people on the planet. Doing so in spite of his
bankruptcy issues, failed business plans, grabbing women, Twitter posts, being called a racist by almost every news outlet available, and losing the
popular vote, he STILL became the President of the United States of America. You can say many bad things about this guy, but "intrllectually
challenged"(your spelling) is not one of them.
I read through my reply and realized that I may have come across a little harsh in my comment. I want to be clear that I was not trying to insult your
intelligence by pointing out the spelling error. I was trying to convey the irony of the spelling error when it was a post about another person's
intelligence. I was more or less using it as an example on how we all make mistakes, and occasionally do or say stupid things, and that does not mean
we are not intelligent, just human
edit on 8-10-2017 by RainyState because: Clarification