Trump Sees Plane Overhead At Rally: Mexico Is ‘Getting Ready To Attack’ (VIDEO)


Presumptive GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump can’t stop demonizing Mexicans. It’s what he does. The hotel magnate’s whole platform is to induce fear while attacking others. While speaking at a rally in New Hampshire on Thursday, Trump suddenly changed the direction of this speech from free trade to Mexico after he heard a random plane flying overhead at his campaign rally.

Naturally, instead of thinking it’s just a plane flying overhead, the Republican candidate asserted that Mexico is “getting ready to attack.” Oh sure, that’s not weird at all. Who amongst us does not see a plane flying in the sky and assume we’re under attack? When you hear a plane flying overhead, don’t you, too, hit the ground and take cover immediately? Also, remember that this is the man who claims he has a concealed carry permit and carries a firearm.  We’re not sure why he didn’t open fire on the alleged attackers. Shrugs.

“Mexico, and I respect Mexico, I respect their leaders, what they’ve done to us is incredible. Their leaders are so much smarter, so much sharper. And it’s incredible,” Trump said just before he publicly insulted Mexico, according to Talking Points Memo.

That’s when a plane could be heard flying overhead at the rally.

“In fact, that could be a Mexican plane up there — they’re getting ready to attack,” Trump said.


Trump sees enemies everywhere. Even his supporters didn’t seem to know how to respond to that. Run, run for your lives. The Mexicans are coming, the Mexicans are coming! We can’t imagine what a hot mess Trump is at an airport, ducking for cover each time he hears a plane.

And why would Mexico attack us exactly? We think Donald is full of sh*t and he’s just pandering to his base, hoping to get them at the polls before Mexico obliterates us just for laughs. ‘Quick, vote for me. We’re under fire. The scary foreigners are attacking!’ We’re sure he’s a blast at parties, too.

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