At Trump’s Montana rally on Thursday, there were a couple of strange occurrences that were captured on video directly behind Donald Trump. First, a woman in a black dress came over to a young man in a plaid shirt, spoke to him briefly, then took his place behind Donald Trump where she then started smiling and clapping.
Next, another woman in a blue dress walked into the same row behind Donald Trump, spoke briefly to two people, then took their place and started smiling and clapping:
The first young man who was replaced spoke to reporters and related some of the details of what occurred:
“I think I know why they removed me. It’s because, well before the rally they told us that ‘you have to be enthusiastic, you have to be clapping, you have to be cheering for Donald Trump,’ and I wasn’t doing that because I wasn’t enthusiastic, I wasn’t happy with what he was saying,” he told CNN.
“The woman, she came in and she just said, ‘I’m going to replace you.’ I just walked off, I knew I was getting out for not being enthusiastic enough, but I decided not to fight it,” he added.
“Each time I see one of these rallies, I see people behind Donald Trump clapping and cheering and being super enthusiastic, and I’ve always wondered myself, ‘Are those people really being genuine?’ So when I got back there, I knew that I was going to be genuine. I was going to give my actual reactions to the things he said. So whenever I disagreed with him, you could tell that I disagreed. But whenever I agreed with him, I clapped as well,” he said.
This is all very reminiscent of the famous scene from the movie The Wizard of Oz, when Toto snatches the curtain away from the man who is operating the controls to make himself appear to be a great wizard:
Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain, Trump’s staff was in effect saying, ‘Donald Trump is a great and powerful man with the best and biggest brain and immense popular support’.
Pay no attention to the fact that he is likely mentally ill, has trouble pronouncing certain words, and does not remember what the American flag looks like.
Donald Trump’s rallies have repeatedly showcased his almost undeniable mental illness. For some examples, peruse these quotes:
And now, he appears to be having difficulty pronouncing some words, like the word “anonymous”:
This is the same man who recently colored the American Flag incorrectly:
A photo posted to Twitter Friday by one of his Cabinet secretaries shows President Donald Trump coloring the U.S. flag incorrectly.
The photograph was posted by Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar as he joined the president and first lady Melania Trump for a visit to the Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio.
But as Trump and several children used markers to color in various American symbols, the president seemed to forget the red, white and blue color scheme of the U.S. flag he once hugged.
Is it any wonder that people in the White House are penning op-eds questioning his fitness to serve as President?
Pay no attention to the fact that he is one of the least popular Presidents in U.S. history:
August 12, 2018 – Trump is as strongly disliked as President Richard Nixon was when he resigned the presidency 44 years ago this week.
Pay no attention to the fact that Donald Trump is and has always been a fraud.