USA Today to Readers: Vote, Just Not for Donald Trump
Taking a side in presidential elections for first time, national newspaper lists eight reasons why Trump is unfit for the presidency, while making clear that it was not endorsing Clinton.
ed note– now WAAAAAIT a minute here…USA Today is owned by Gannett, is notoriously pro-Israel and is top heavy with–drum role please–Jews whose sole (and ‘soul’) allegiance is to Israel and to Jewish issues. If indeed–as all of us have been lectured now for a good year by certain ‘experts’ in this movement, that Trump is ‘owned by the Jews’ and is a ‘hard-core, died-in-the-wool ZY-nist’, than why the about face here? Why would such an important outlet blow its cover so to speak by coming out so strongly against him if indeed he were all those things which the ‘experts’ in this movement claim?
The answer is quite simple, and best explained by paraphrasing something uttered many times by the irreplaceable Mike Piper in many of his previous programs–
‘…Sometimes things are what they appear to be, and sometimes, they ain’t’.
Branding Donald Trump a “dangerous demagogue,” USA Today on Thursday urged its readers not to vote for the Republican presidential candidate, but added that it was not endorsing his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton either.
The national newspaper said in an editorial that it had never taken sides in U.S. presidential elections in its 34-year history, but was abandoning the practice because the New York real estate developer was unfit for the presidency.
It went on to list and expand on eight reasons for its stance, including: “He is ill-equipped to be commander in chief,” “He traffics in prejudice,” and “He’s a serial liar.” “Trump’s foreign policy pronouncements typically range from uninformed to incoherent,” the editorial said.
In an opinion piece on the USA Today website, Trump’s running mate Mike Pence wrote that the New York businessman was “thoughtful, compassionate and steady… I know he is ready to lead the United States as our next president and commander in chief.”
Trump and Clinton are locked in a close race for the Nov. 8 election. A majority of Americans say Clinton won their first presidential debate on Monday, according to a Reuters/Ipsos national tracking poll.
USA Today, published by Gannett Co Inc, said its editorial board was divided on Clinton, and some of the reservations about the former secretary of state centered on her “sense of entitlement, her lack of candor and her extreme carelessness in handling classified information.”
Urging voters to stay true to their convictions, USA Today said: “Whatever you do, however, resist the siren song of a dangerous demagogue. By all means vote, just not for Donald Trump.”
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