Wait… Did Trump Get it Right on Judge Curiel?

Regular Right Guy

Real estate developer Donald Trump, gestures during a news conference with the PGA in New YorkI am so tired of the whiners on the Right who can’t wait to point out Donald Trump’s weaknesses as a candidate, or worse, are engaged in an outright effort to return America’s first family of organized crime back to the White House.


Trump is the candidate.

And, as from the beginning in this crazy political year, what comes out of Donald Trump’s mouth may often be offensive but also, more often than not, hits the proverbial nail right on the head.

Such is the case with Gonzalo Curiel, federal judge in the Trump University civil trial.

Or perhaps we should just hash-tag him #LaRazaJudge.

Spectator via Drudge:

The race-driven San Diego La Raza Association is exactly what’s wrong with the legal system.

The GOP Establishment is in full flight.

No Abraham Lincolns here.

In a shameful haste to embrace identity politics, the latter the political descendant…

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2 thoughts on “Wait… Did Trump Get it Right on Judge Curiel?

  1. Did Trump get it right? Absolutely not. As soon as he made disparaging remarks about the judge’s race, whatever legitimate point Trump may have had about the judge was eclipsed by his poor judgement in bringing race into the equation. The (American) judge’s race had nothing to do with it.

    Trump says he can ‘act presidential’ any time he wants. The question is, why hasn’t he wanted to?

    • That my friend is the one billion dollar question. We had an early primary and did vote for Trump. We had been supporting Cruz until he kept stepping on his dick.

      Trump is a big FU to the GOP Establishment who have screwed us over and over.

      Hopefully he will do what he has promised.

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