DEAR TRUMP HATERS: If Donald is ‘EVIL’ Then Why Are His Kids So AWESOME?

screen-shot-2016-10-15-at-7-00-52-pmAh, the question to rock the Dems. Let’s see how they explain this one away.

By Doug Giles

If you believe Hillary and The #NeverTrumpers, Donald Trump is the most corrupt candidate to ever run for the White House and we must all hate him.

He’s pure evil, according to The Hildebeest.

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If that’s true then why are Trump’s kids so very impressive?

Indeed, if you listen to and believe Donald’s detractors, one would think he would’ve spawned kids that would make Miley Cyrus look like a penitent nun.

Y’all, help me here. I’m confused.

If Trump’s such an evil SOB, of shoddy character, with no moral compass, who doesn’t really love America, then why are his kid’s so sharp, solid, smart and a great addition to this grand American experiment in self-governance?

You’d think that such a supposed scalawag would have kids who’d give the Kardashians’ crass clan a run for their sex-tape money. But no. Donald, Jr., Eric, Tiffany and Ivanka are brilliant and I would bet that they make most of the Donald hater’s adult children look like unaccomplished, booger-pickin’ chuckleheads. But I could, very possibly, be wrong.

By the way, I know several people who talk major crap about the comb-over candidate and, yet, Trump’s kids trump their twenty-something louts, hands down. No contest.

I believe Spiderman once said that a “tree is known by it’s fruit” and “wisdom is vindicated by it’s children.”

No, wait… that wasn’t Spiderman. It was Jesus. Stupid me. Anyway … the point is that who a person is gets reduced down to and showcased within their children.

Awww … did that kick your ass?

 

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