I chalk that up to the rigid demands of their social circle.
Main Stream media ignoring DNC/DWS/media collusion uncovered by WikiLeaks and trending for the 2nd day on Twitter confirms the "RIGGED" narrative.
Some just won't admit when the police are wrong. If there's video that shows different, they'll make any excuse necessary to attack the credibility of the video, or just make up something not in the video to justify what they want to believe.
Sean has a dog named Dingleberry to do the tracking.
Trump has written about how global money ends up invested in the US, and I'll quote this Vanity Fair article:
Perhaps the most striking fact about One Hyde Park and the London super-prime property market is what it tells us about who the world’s richest people are. Many people think the greatest winners of globalization today are financiers. A decade or so ago, that may have been true. But today another class sits above even them—the global commodity plutocrats: owners of mineral rights, or dominant players in mineral-rich countries in sectors such as construction and finance that benefit from commodity booms. Hollingsworth notes in Londongrad that the oligarchs he studies became rich “not by creating new wealth but rather by insider political intrigue and exploiting the weakness of the rule of law.” Arkady Gaydamak, a Russian-Israeli oilman and financier, explained his elite view of accumulating wealth to me in 2005. “With all the regulations, the taxation, the legislation about working conditions, there is no way to make money,” he said. “It is only in countries like Russia, during the period of redistribution of wealth—and it is not yet finished—when you can get a result. . . . How can you make $50 million in France today? How?”
Russia’s former privatization czar Anatoly Chubais put it less delicately: “They steal and steal. They are stealing absolutely everything.”