Days of Change

Very Touchy | March 29, 2016

In an excellent article on HotAir, the next chapter in the Michelle Fields story is addressed. First, however, is a flashback to comments by the accused, Donald Trump’s campaign manager.

Lewandowski was charged today with misdemeanor battery. These charges were filed by Fields when the Trump campaign, in typical combative fashion, chose to deny and blame the victim rather than simply apologizing.

In typical Tramp campaign fashion, now that video has surfaced of Lewandowski grabbing Fields, they have fired back that she touched Trump first. Even if true, Lewandowski did not make that case. He made the argument that nothing happened at all. No one touched anyone. That argument is a lie.

This is why I don’t like a douchebag campaign, even if it has strong border security. Trump and his people live in denial and deny what’s right in front of them if it impacts their delusions. Michelle Fields wasn’t hurt by this incident, but I suspect America will be hurt if the people involved have both money and power.

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3 Comments

  1. 1. the Trump campaign, in typical combative fashion
    2. the Trump campaign, in typical combative fashion, chose to deny and blame the victim

    So Trump is guilty by association. On the other hand, he may be commendably loyal to an employee who was trying to protect him.

    Some minor incidents do have symbolic value. This schoolyard scuffle is not one of them.

    Comment by Mary — March 30, 2016 @ 3:23 am

    • I would say that Trump, by attacking Fields, was guilty in his own right. I consider this a case of being “strong and wrong” by defending one of your own. Trump and Lewandowski challenged Fields to prove her claims and she did by going to the police. Trump gambled and lost.

      I’m sure something as minor as this won’t run anyone against Trump. It definitely won’t make me like him any more.

      Comment by 1539days — March 30, 2016 @ 5:27 am

      • I think Fields is getting what she’s after: publicity (notoriety is a better word here); a boost for her nothing career; and, if she cries “victim” loud enough, money. What we don’t hear from her is the reason for, and an apology for, her purposely provocative initial action.

        Maybe she’s a wannabe Megyn Kelly.

        Comment by Mary — March 31, 2016 @ 1:04 am


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