July 11, 2016

Donald Trump, has had more lawsuits (3600 at last count) than any other presidential candidate in the history of the country.

A USA TODAY investigation said, "The sheer volume of lawsuits is unprecedented for a presidential nominee. No candidate of a major party has had anything approaching the number of Trump’s courtroom entanglements."

So when he called himself the "law and order candidate," at a rally in Virginia Beach today, he's not talking about keeping the country safe.

In actuality, he's auditioning for one of Dick Wolf's new TV shows on NBC. Firing people off of a reality TV show is about as tough as he gets.

He wasn't done there when he said, "I'm not only the law and order candidate, but I'm also the candidate of compassion. Believe it."

OK, Donald. Only if you say so.

I mean, it's so compassionate of him to want to deport 11 million undocumented workers which will split up their families, innit?

He was courageously compassionate when he attacked Ted Cruz' wife too.

And I'm sure his outreach to the African American community will be successful!

By the way, he sounded like he was reading off a teleprompter today, but I doubt there was one present. Or maybe he was just listening to Richard Nixon ads from 1968? Yes, the "law and order" candidate of 1968, who flouted the law at every turn to serve his paranoid style.

Maybe he had to lay off the Red Bull and whatever he mixes it with for a while.

UPDATE: He was reading from a teleprompter after all.

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