The ceaseless, escalating character assassination of Donald Trump is unprecedented in its magnitude. How he continues to slog through the neck-deep ‘Bravo Sierra’ is beginning to seem superhuman – miraculous, if you will. They don’t call him ‘Teflon Don’ for nothing. If the miserable, soulless presstitute media bothered to spend a tenth of their energy exposing the many felonies and high crimes of Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama, perhaps it would be the Democratic party imploding, rather than the Republicans.
It seems an appropriate time to recognize some of Mr. Trump’s generosity – and at times, heroism – from decades past, long before he was a ‘racist, fascist, Hitlerian’ presidential candidate and likely GOP nominee. Given that he is known to carry out many of his altruistic deeds in a discreet manner (like walking into the kitchen of his restaurant and quietly handing each cook and busboy a $100 bill), it is likely that this tiny collection of excerpts do his legacy little justice.
We should begin with a stunning montage compiled by the End the Fed Facebook page. It was viewed over 5 million times in less than 72 hours of being released.
“All of a sudden, a big long limousine pulls up on an angle, and Donald Trump pops out with the blond, too,” the witness said. “There was a guy with a bat, hitting a guy over the head, and Trump yelled, ‘Put that bat down. What are you doing?’ The guy dropped the bat, came over and started talking to him.”
Donald Trump was traveling along a New Jersey highway when the limo in which he was traveling experienced a flat tire. Spotting the disabled car along the side of the road, a passing motorist stopped to offer his assistance. After helping, Trump asked how he could repay the good samaritan. The man asked that Trump send his wife a bouquet of flowers. Trump agreed.
True to his word, the bouquet arrived several weeks later along with a note saying, “We’ve paid off your mortgage.”
The private Boeing 727 of real estate tycoon Donald Trump arrived from Los Angeles at LaGuardia Airport Tuesday morning, carrying aboard an Orthodox Jewish child with a rare and still undiagnosed breathing illness. The child, Andrew Ten, age 3, arrived with his parents — accompanied by three nurses who attend to him around the clock — to try to seek medical help in the New York area.
Trump made his plane available for the special trip to New York after the boy’s parents, Judy and Harold Ten, called Trump and told him of their plight.
Commercial airlines refused to fly the child because he could not travel without an elaborate life-support system, which includes a portable oxygen tank, a suction machine, a breathing bag and an adrenaline syringe.
“Mr. Trump did not hesitate when we called him up. He said ‘yes, I’ll send my plane out,’” 29-year-old Harold Ten recalled shortly after he landed here Tuesday morning.
Asked why he thought Trump made his private jet available, Ten replied, “Because he is a good man. He has three children of his own and he knows what being a parent is all about.”
Donald Trump doesn’t just have the golden touch for business – he also has a heart of gold.
The real-estate mogul has been housing Jennifer Hudson and some of her relatives at the Trump International Hotel & Tower free of charge. Hudson has been seeking refuge at the Trump holding since her mother, brother and nephew were murdered in Chicago on Oct. 24.
“She’s a great girl. And we’re protecting them well. They are very safe.” – Trump
Appearing on the Sean Hannity program, Jerry Falwell Jr. shared other fragments of Trump’s benevolence that influenced his decision to proudly endorse the presidential candidate –
“I got to know Donald Trump after he spoke [at Liberty University] in 2012. I learned so much about him that the public never hears… Right after he visited here last time I called him about a large Christian ministry in another state that needed some help. I learned within a day or two he had donated 100,000 dollars of his own money.
He learned about Clyde Frazier Jr. who ran the Harlem Hoops tournament in the inner city and was killed in the 9/11 attacks. He searched down the family and donated the money to keep that tournament going.
Those are the things I just thought the world needed to know about Donald Trump, because the Bible says, ‘By their fruits, you shall know them.'”
Remember Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi, who, after making a wrong turn into Mexico, ended up in one of their hellacious prisons for 214 days? Obama ignored national pleas to intervene in the matter, while the young man endured vicious abuse that nearly cost him his life. After his eventual release, Trump did his part to right the wrong.
“In all seriousness, Donald did help out Sgt. Tahmooressi. He sent him some money to help him jump start his life. President Obama wouldn’t even pick up the phone to help.” – Greta van Susteren
Recently, a classmate of Trump’s from the New York Military Academy, Peter Ticktin, bucked his law firm’s political-intervention policies to pen a lengthy defense of his old captain’s character on Facebook:
“If you saw a guy get publicly smeared, and you knew him well from the days you were friends and seniors together in high school, if you knew him to be a decent and honest man, would you want to say something? This is why I need to share what I know.
I know this man. He is a lot of things, but he is not evil. He is a decent honest guy who loves this country, and who is willing to sacrifice so much of what is left of his life, because he knows that this country needs to be fixed, and that it is going to require someone who can do the job. He just doesn’t see anything around him other than political hacks, so he is willing to take this huge responsibility.
I knew Donald Trump and was close to him in our senior year in high school. I just want you to know that there is nothing to fear from him. His character is as good as it gets. He is a patriot, taking on a heroic task, and being thanked by massive abuse.
If you want to see a true reflection of a man, look at his children. Need I say more?” – Ticktin
And then there’s the time, in 1986, when Trump saved a small Georgia farm:
“After 3 bad years of farming, it was too much for a Georgia farmer to take. He believed by taking his own life the insurance money would save the farm that had been in his family for over 100 years. Taking his life was a hard enough blow to the family, but when the insurance didn’t pay, they were at a loss. With the property in foreclosure, Donald Trump stepped in and saved the farm.”
Finally, for all the insipid lie-parrots and intellectual lightweights who can do no better than to cravenly huck the ‘racist’ or ‘misogynist’ slurs at Trump – crawl out of the Marxist gutter for 2 minutes and bear witness to Hillary Clintons’ glowing praise of Ku Klux Klan leader, Robert Byrd, or read one of Bernie Sanders’ gang-rape fantasy essays. And before you slither back into your safe space, I’ll leave with you with a picture of Trump with his half-black ex-girlfriend, Kara Young: