For whatever reason, the majority of my family members are Trump supporters (and they're not even Americans), so this 'Trump mentality' is infectious and consistent. All said family members are very 'pro-white' as well, and are sensitive to anything other than a white majority and "white culture" / including anti-semitism. There is an undeniable connection between white supremacy and Trump supporters; and that's disgusting. I can't stand it so here's my write-up for anyone who has to deal with these people...
First let's identify the three biggest issues with Trump Supporters:
#1 They are self-centered like Donald Trump himself (in their emotional state)
#2 They refuse logic AND IGNORE THE VERY BLATANT AND OBVIOUS PROBLEMS of Donald Trump
#3 They do not change their mind
There is a good (suppressed) Trump documentary about the many issues the man has, and it (rightly) states: "the old Trump and the new Trump, are the same Trump." In other words, it doesn't matter what Trump says now / his past actions (which repeat) show his true nature. A lot of Trump supports don't realize that / as a result he will ALWAYS be operating on HIS self-interest, and not for blue collar workers... Here's the link to the documentary and I highly recommend a watch. I borrowed a lot of the arguments brought up in it and used them below:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmNTctI ... IS75qzuzgN
With that in mind, let's go over some common weightless Trump Supporter arguments.Trump Supporter Argument #1: "Donald Trump will restore the economy"
Donald Trump is anti-capitalist because he wants to "make jobs" (although that's a laugh because he doesn't say WHAT he's going to do) when that is not the government's responsibility. Capitalism must be allowed (through the invisible hand) operate of its own accord. And taxes must be adjusted so that both the rich and private industries find them acceptable: this way the government actually PROFITS and new businesses are encouraged and not gouged. Because Trump is emphasizing he's going to "do business", that means he will encourage the state to meddle with private corporations. Extremely dangerous.Trump Supporter Argument #2: "Donald Trump speaks the truth"
Donald Trump lies, and lies a lot. It's a big problem especially when the EVIDENCE is shown in front of Donald Trump (or Trump supporters) THEY VEHEMENTLY DENY IT, WHEN IT'S A FACT. Let's go over some of those lies:
A) Donald Trump used ILLEGAL POLISH IMMIGRANTS to fund building Trump tower and many other properties. This not only makes him a hypocrite / but also someone who ABUSES foreign workers and shows HE DOES NOT CARE for the 'blue collar' workers / the poor Polish workers didn't have proper safety regulations. Trump's response is to blame his CONTRACTOR / well Trump, you're supposed to use what's called INTUITION and *fire* the contractors if you're too stupid and blind to see
that abused polish immigrants are doing your building for DIRT CHEAP. He knew the whole time since HE VISITED THE BUILDING SITES and would have seen the Polish immigrants but will always deny it. Wilful ignorance?
B) Donald Trump used blanket statements and hired an organization to spread lies at an apartment house on house 100 central park south (1981) that all tenants would be evicted and the apartment torn down. Harassing tenants with LIES??? Finally New York State had to step in and veto Trump!!!
C) Donald Trump used the fake identities 'John Miller' and 'John Barron' to both act as fake spokespeople and use as dummy identities when scamming realestate contractors. This is WELL DOCUMENTED and you can LISTEN TO the recordings / AND YET DONALD TRUMP DENIES IT, when in court he was forced to admit that it was him. Yet-- in the media he continues to deny it back and forth.Trump Supporter Argument #3: "Donald Trump has the peoples' interest in mind"
Donald Trump uses dishonesty to deliberately CHEAT people only to gain for himself: such as rebuilding the public skating rink at New York Central Park, he wryly told contractors to do it pro bono. So Trump gets paid, contractors don't. Then on the Commodore Hotel (which became Trump's Grand Hyatt), he got an ILLEGAL 200 million dollar tax break through Stanley Friedman who went to jail a day after. Trump also is egocentric and does things for HIMSELF, not for others. If he did things for others all of the other aforementioned problems with his character wouldn't exist...Trump Supporter Argument #4: "Donald Trump is a good businessman"
Donald Trump is NOT a good businessman / in fact he's extremely inefficient: and this is something both Trump Supporters and Trump himself use as leverage for the campaign. The New Jersey Casino Control Commission in 1990 revealed that only THREE out of twenty two Donald Trump assets were profitable: The Grand Hyatt, Trump Plaza Casino and Trump Tower. In other words, he was losing money bringing him to a net worth $ -294 million; he didn't comprehend how to perform basic businesses decisions and acted rashly. Furthermore, he used his FATHER'S popularity, name and money to get realestate leverage; otherwise the realestate he got (and pissed away) wouldn't have been obtainable for him. Or for any person of that age and status. This is also mirrored in how he lied that he's self-funding his campaign and then does a 180 and starts taking funding after all.Trump Supporter Argument #5: "Donald Trump will build a wall to keep out illegal immigrants"
First of all, Donald Trump keeps changing the cost of how much it will take to build the wall. The cost would be far too prohibitive and the upkeep, astronomical. Teh fact he's even proposing this is NONSENSICAL, and solves absolutely nothing. Yet, the "illegal immigrant" issue has become a focal fixation for Trump Supporters when they don't realize that illegal immigrants actually assist the economy due to their unique status. Furthermore, building a wall and finding and deporting illegal immigrants (which would be so astronomically difficult) is just not possible. It's a fantasy. In the suppressed Trump Documentary this is what Trump (himself) calls an 'exaggerated hyperbole'. So since we can pin this tactic with the Grand Hyatt-- how is this any different as a filler for his campaign? IF elected he could spin around and say "yep, it was an exaggerated hyperbole", and it is.
Other problems with Donald Trump.... He had (and has) behaviour problems. He throws 'harassment lawsuits' at people he doesn't like which (still to this day!) ALWAYS go nowhere because he never has a basis for his anger. In the documentary you can see how he attacks Paul Goldberger for basic CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM from the Paul Gapp review. What kind of leadership is that? And he often deals with criminals such as Joseph Weichselbaum--in whom he provided stay for him in Trump Plaza after being released from jail: of course not for free, Trump isn't *that* generous to his friends.
These are serious problems that you can't even begin to pin on any of the other candidates, Trump's sociopathic behaviours / and desire to not change them result in someone who is insane and unfit to manage over... ANYTHING.In conclusion, when talking to Trump Supporters, it may be prudent to REPEAT these hard-facts over and over until it sinks in that Trump is someone who is vindictive.