Donald Trump was hammered last week after a multitude of highly unethical and prevaricating pundits falsely accused Trump of kicking a mother and her baby to the curb while they were attending Trump’s awesome campaign rally in Virginia.
“For people who see Trump as cold and cruel, the story is irresistible,” Daniel Dale of the Toronto Star‘s Washington Bureau wrote. “It’s also not true.”
However it turns out that the moron pundits have lied again to everyone foolish enough to read, listen or watch their meanlingless rantings. The real facts of the story are that the mother had already left, and the GOP presidential candidate’s words in jest were misconstrued, says Dale, who witnessed the exchange.
When Devan Cierra Ebert’s baby first started crying, Trump assured her: “Don’t worry about that baby, I love babies.”
That earned Trump applause, and he kept talking about Chinese trade policies.
A minute later, the baby started crying again, and Ebert quickly made her exit. After she had left, Trump had some parting words.
“Actually, I was only kidding; you can get the baby out of here,” he said, smirking. “That’s all right. Don’t worry. I think she really believed me that I love having a baby crying while I’m speaking.”
Dale muses that Trump was joking with the flustered mother who could not console and or quiet her baby, but she certainly wasn’t kicked to the curb — a point backed up by the fact that Ebert returned to her seat with the baby later.
The lying Pundit tried to play it off claiming that
Trump’s comment was “hard to read” but summed it up like so: “It was an unusually barbed endorsement of the mother’s own decision to depart.”
But Ebert herself took no offense, writing in a Facebook post that she laughed at Trump’s words.
“The media has severely blown this out of proportion and made it out to be something that it wasn’t,” she reportedly wrote.
She said she fully supports Trump and thanked him for “graciously” making light of a stressful moment for her.
The real bummer of of this story that came out in favor of Trump, is that Ebert posted her above comments on Facebook and told numerous pundits who did not want to hear it, that she wasn’t kicked out of the venue and that when she had heard what Donald said, she absolutely knew for a fact that “Donald was just helping her through” a stressful and embarrassing moment with some humorous jesting.
The unethical pundits who spent all this past week hammering on Trump over this incident, seriously need to be horsewhipped. I volunteer for the job!