Trump's mouthpiece and oft-bonkers spokeswoman, Katrina Pierson, would likely defend her boss 'Mr. Trump' if he punched her in the face on live TV. Her history of defending her boss's insane ideas keeps her gainfully employed as the defender of the most unqualified sociopath to ever run for President. She's also the infamous spokeswoman who admitted, on air, that she didn't know what 'schlonged' meant.
Even Wolf Blitzer found Pierson's tenuous grasp on reality unsettling. Recently, Trump revived the unfounded, disproven rumor of the alleged murder of Vince Foster from the early 1990's, and Blitzer wanted to know how a CANDIDATE himself, not a surrogate, could be acting this irrationally.
BLITZER: Does he need to revive unfounded conspiracy theories at this point in his campaign, why is he doing that?
PIERSON: He was asked a question and responded.
That's when it got personal for Wolf Blitzer.
The host explained his own position in the Clinton years at CNN and knew personally that the matter was absolutely settled, even KEN STARR concluded the tragedy was a suicide, so why in the Hell is the Trump camp defending this stupidity? Hey Wolf, good luck trying to get a logical answer from Katrina.
BLITZER: I was the White House Correspondent in 1993-1994, I remember that very vividly, it was a sad, sad moment for everyone involved, especially Vince Foster's family and now for the Republican Presidential presumptive nominee to revive all of that, at this stage, seems beneath Donald Trump.
So Pierson adds another gratuitous, Like Mr. Trump, I don't know enough about the information and a side order of I haven't read enough about it, I have the same response Mr. Trump has.
Blitzer asked if there may be some sort of, oh you know, obligation to learn the information first, and then hypothesize about the findings.
What a great question.
The homophobic, xenophobic racist Trump supporter believes in wild and crazy conspiracy theories, just like their candidate. Those in the American electorate who find this economy so desperately awful that they'll believe a charlatan like Trump, are exactly the ones who are lured by Pierson's next assertion. When Blitzer said EVERYONE concluded that this case is not something you need more information on, the investigations were numerous and thorough, she sarcastically replies:
PIERSON: Yeah, you're right, we should believe everything the media and the government says.
BINGO! Let's malign the very institution that we are running for, and when it's obliterated, it's not the fault of the Talking Yam, it's big bad government. It seems Trump has learned EXACTLY how to govern like a dangerous Republican. Well-done, GOP! He's one of yours.