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The Donald dons his tinfoil hat. Again.

You may remember that back when her husband was president, a dear friend of Hillary Clinton- White House aide Vince Foster- committed suicide in Rock Creek Park. By all reports, Hillary was devastated.

Well, Donald Trump is insinuating that he was murdered and that Hillary had something to do with it!

Why would she do that? Why would he think that? Why with no motive or evidence would he say it even if he did? Is there any nutty conspiracy theory this man will not endorse? He's claimed that vaccines cause autism. I've yet to hear him admit that President Obama was not, as he claimed, born in Kenya. He's claimed that George W. Bush knew in advance that 9/11 was going to happen and that he knew that there were no WMD's in Iraq when he ordered the invasion. He thinks that Antonin Scalia may have been murdered, and claimed that Ted Cruz's father was somehow implicated in the Kennedy assassination.

Does he ever stop and pay attention to what's going to come out of his mouth next?

Does he care?

Do you?

How can anybody rest when a major American political party is about to nominate somebody as immature and irresponsible as Donald Trump to be the guy with his finger on the button?

No wonder the tinfoil hat brigade loves Trump. He's one of them!

ADDENDUM: Glenn Beck discusses this insanity:


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