Trump Just Released His First Ads, And They’re Just As Bigoted As You’d Expect

Well, the campaign season must indeed be in full swing, because the longtime frontrunner, Donald Trump, has finally gotten around to releasing his first campaign ads. And they are just as full of the bigotry, ignorance, obnoxious preening, and half-baked plans that we’ve all come to expect from the Donald.

The first ad, which was shown on MSNBC earlier this morning, starts off by referring to Trump’s plan to mass deport some 11 million immigrants:

“He’ll stop illegal immigration and drug trafficking by building a wall on our southern border. And he will make Mexico pay for it.”

Yeah, and my dog will learn to play the piano and sing, eventually becoming a bigger star than Elton John and Bill Joel combined.

Then the hamster-haired one himself takes control and announces:

“I’m Donald Trump, and I’m running for president. Our country is in deep trouble, because, let’s face it: politicians are all talk and no action.”

And you, sir, are a pompous piece of human excrement who deserves to be flushed down the political toilet.

The ad then degenerates into Trump once again talking about how great he will be if and when he is in the White House, which is among the most frightening things imaginable:

“My opponents have no experience in creating jobs and making deals. The fact is, I’m going to make the greatest trade deals we’ve ever made in our country, and I’m going to bring jobs and money back to the United States.”

Well, you could bring some of those jobs back to the United States if you’d stop having your clothing line made in other countries, couldn’t you, Donald? But no need to let the facts get in the way of a man’s egomaniacal quest to assure that his face and name are seen around the world as a way of satisfying his own greed and self-interest.

Donald Trump wants to be President. Can you even imagine how the rest of the world is laughing at us when they see him leading in the polls?

Expect even more nauseating ads from Trump in the coming months. After all, the guy has not yet reached media critical mass. When he does, it’s gonna be huuuuge!

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