Discussing the Claim that Donald Trump Mocked a Disabled New York Times Reporter

The following correspondence originally took place upon the Facebook wall of family, after she shared a Twitter screenshot from here


"Damien Owens: As long as I live, I will never understand how this along wasn't the end of it. (Under Fire: Trump Mocks Reporter with Disability - CNN)"

“Damien Owens: ‘As long as I live, I will never understand how this along wasn’t the end of it.’ (Under Fire: Trump Mocks Reporter with Disability – CNN)”

Lisa M.: seriously

Terrence B.: Because he wasn’t mocking a reporter with a disability..

Sara: Although in retrospect, he denied he was making fun of the reporter after the fact, is it a coincidence that the reporter looks like this (see attached photo) and Trump is doing that mocking gesture with his arm in the video:

Trump Mocks Reporter with Disability:

New York Times Reporter, Serge Kovaleski

New York Times Reporter, Serge Kovaleski

I wouldn’t give merit to his version of the truth, T. He’s a politician and a pig.

Terrence B.: I understand but the story I seen didn’t come from him but it was to dispell the Comercial of where we seen him making the gestures.. It was pieced together to show a negative when actually it was in response to the area reporter getting caught out that when asked a question about his meeting Trump… But I agree with you.. Don’t like the man but it is what it is now.

Rayn: Hillary Falsely Accuses Trump of Mocking Disabled Reporter:

While it is *technically* true that he wasn’t mocking this reporter’s disability, and that the mainstream media did a lot to help peddle the idea that he did, Trump isn’t totally innocent, either, as he *does* have a habit of mocking people by repeating their words, often in an exaggerated way, while spastically moving his arms, and continuously shaking his head – sometimes even leaving his mouth wide open when doing so. It is no accident that these happen to be classic symptoms of palsy, such as is presented in certain forms of cerebral palsy and in Parkinson’s disease.

Worthless Cashier at Seven-11 in Rutherford, New Jersey

Worthless cashier at 7-Eleven in Rutherford, NJ

The worthless cashier working at the Jackson Avenue 7-Eleven in Rutherford, New Jersey, refused to accept my $50 bill, today, claiming it to be “fake.” After a short debate, I finally demanded he settle the issue by simply testing my cash. Shockingly, he then proved himself as even more useless than I originally suspected. Upon reluctantly retrieving the store’s counterfeit-detecting pen from next to the register, he proceeded to swipe it across the bill multiple times, striping it with a row of faint yellow lines. Then, with a look of confidence, he told me that the pen was “broken,” and he still could not accept my money. By this time, a line was forming, and the manager had even moseyed over, though he was merely was watching the whole exchange, without saying a word. Incredulous, I explained that his pen had proven my cash to be real. However, he maintained his claim that it was broken. I told him that he was completely incompetent, then snapped a quick photo of the scene, for the record.