‘Best Trump ad I’ve seen in my life’

“All he has going for him is a lot of votes.”

h/t Five Feet Of Fury and SDA

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  • David Murrell

    A compelling video. Is it for real? Are these Republican biggies the real deal? Would they consent to being filmed like that? Amazing if true.

    • Dana Garcia

      It’s an ongoing documentary on Showtime. Shocking stuff, but elites are shameless and powerful.

      More vids:

      https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClf9TTCrY0CYcewKNUnADLg/videos

      • David Murrell

        Powerful viewing. But it shows the Republican biggies in a bad light. And I am glad it does, and hats off to the production company doing this.

      • Jaw dropping.

        • David Murrell

          The Republican biggies truly look bad in this film.

    • Clinton

      The only people who would object to being shown as they truly are
      would be people who believe such a revelation could hurt them.
      These people believe themselves to be untouchable, unaccountable
      to anyone. Since they believe no one can hurt them, why should
      they care if we see what they’re really thinking? They believe they’re
      justified in their arrogance and sense of entitlement– so
      why should they feel ashamed if we peons see it?

      I suspect that a big part of these peoples’ visceral dislike for Trump
      isn’t a dispute over his politics or a fear for what his presidency
      might bring, but simple resentment over being made irrelevant.
      It galls them to be powerless to call the shots, to not have events
      bend to their whims, to be treated by Trump with the same contempt
      to which they’ve treated the Republican grassroots.

  • Kaye92

    I feel dirty just having watched those arrogant expletives. (On the other hand, think of the expressions on their smug faces when Trump wins – they’ll be choking on those martinis).

  • Dana Garcia

    It violates American principles to defend law and sovereignty — according to richie rich globalists.

  • mauser 98

    ads won’t matter.. heck even votes will not

    …We choose the nominee, not the voters: Senior GOP official
    “”It could introduce Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney, or it could be the other
    candidates that have already been in the race and are now out of the
    race”

    http://www.cnbc.com/2016/03/16/we-choose-the-nominee-not-the-voters-senior-gop-official.html

    its all cooked

    • Then Goodbye GOP.

      • Justin St.Denis

        At this point, I think Trump could beat both the Dems and the Repubs in a third-party run.

  • Xavier

    July 20, 1944 and that’s all I’m going to say.

  • Unbelievable! The disconnect between the GOP and the people has never been better illustrated. To hell with them all.

    • DMB

      They believe that Donald Trump is a “laughing stock” of the world. I think someone should introduce them to Justin Trudeau and meet a real laughing stock. At this point they would probably embrace him as a leader.

  • simus1

    Who becomes president is nothing.
    But what if the top rent seekers decide their go to guys are now just zero clout bullshitters ……
    Oh my. Oh my.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    It sure is the best ad for Trump. And so far, he has prided himself on keeping his campaign expenditures under budget.