They tell me the Donald Trump movement is always the victim of angry, rude protests, and they’re the poor widdle victims. Trump is always pointing his stubby fingers, casting around blame.
But now in Colorado, the Trump backers are lashing out, combining victimhood and nastiness in a way most pathetic.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump signs autographs during a campaign rally in Concord, N.C., Monday, March 7, 2016. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome)
Mark Holmes, a land owner in Grand Junction, Colorado, put up an ad to rent an apartment, according to the Daily Sentinel:
For rent: Downtown apartment, 2 bedrooms. Includes organic garden space, hot tub, great backyard. You can bring your dogs if they have references as good as yours. If voting for Donald Trump, do not call.
That’s right, no Trump supporters allowed. The reason he didn’t want one of those people to move in was that “He’s preaching hate and he’s preaching a lot of venom, spit and vinegar. And I live in the top part of the house.” So naturally what did the Trump supporters do? Start sending him anonymous messages full of a lot of venom, spit, and vinegar, along with accusations of lawbreaking, all false.
I guess it’s not surprising that Trump keeps on sobbing about how life is so unfair, when his supporters act the same way, playing the victim. Crybabies!