Who is the greatest offender?

The person committing the actual crime, the fraud, or the cheater?

Or is it the person who affirms your actions by repeatedly enabling you through their financial contributions?

If a group of men robbed a bank and all you did was drive the getaway car, you are an accessory to the crime in the eyes of the law. You may not have held the gun, or robbed the bank, but you helped facilitate these actions through your supportive role as the driver.

trump-hillary-bill-clintonIt’s amazing to me that this logic doesn’t transcend the law and enter into the political arena. Donald J. Trump, through his financial contributions and various forms of sustenance, has supported the actions of the Democrats and Hillary Clinton for decades. Sure, he’s helped support some in the Republican Party too, like that time when he supported John Boehner and Mitch McConnell over the conservative Tea Party movement.

You see, Donald Trump is all about Donald Trump. He doesn’t care what he supports or whom he supports as long as he’s able to call in the chips when he needs to. Don’t believe me? Take it from The Donald himself, “You know what? When I need something from them [politicians], two years later, three years later, I call them, and they are there for me. . . . And that’s a broken system.” Yea, it’s broken because people like you broke it. Moron.

For years, #MisterTrump heaped more praise on Hillary Clinton than she ever received from Bubba. It’s interesting, how, when you decide to run for President, your views suddenly start to change. You don’t really believe this change in your heart of hearts, no, you have to get elected! The adage “actions speak louder than words” never rings more true.

What’s interesting to me is the fact that Donald Trump wouldn’t have to change a single issue of his campaign if he were to run as a Democrat. You may disagree with me, but finger-in-the-wind Donald would disagree with you for disagreeing with me. Get it? So as Steve Deace adequately points out in this video, how would you sabotage the Republican Party?

I understand why so many good people on the Republican side want to vote for #MisterTrump. They are scared to death of the alternative. Hillary has been so demonized by those on the right, and rightfully so, that she is looked upon as the most corrupt politician on earth, perhaps in history. I don’t necessarily disagree with this assessment.

Who I disagree with are the same people that despise Hillary Clinton, yet are ok with #MisterTrump, fully realizing that he’s personally bankrolled her, the Clinton Crime Family Foundation, and other sleazebags like Barack Obama, Harry Reid, Chuck Schumer, John Kerry, and others.

How is this ok? How with a clean conscience can you convince yourself that he is any different than Hillary Clinton and the Democrats, simply because he’s a “businessman”–the argument he’s used time and again for his actions. Again, actions speak louder than words, and integrity and the moral code by which you live by supposedly means nothing. That is, of course, unless you don’t have any. Then these actions are understood.

Donald J. Trump is a conman. He has conned many people in believing that he is different than Hillary Clinton and the Democrats. You’re supposed to ignore what he’s done for decades and simply believe what he’s been telling you the last few months. Sadly, many people, out of their desperation, believe this lie. Since #MisterTrump has the magic “R” behind his name, we’re going to vote for him–regardless of his past and what he actually believes. This is cult-like, and I’m not thirsty.

Charles Spurgeon once said, “Of two evils, choose neither.” I couldn’t agree more.