Remember when Melania Trump spoke at the Republican National Convention?
Remember when she lifted a few sentences from Michelle Obama’s speech?
Remember how the media ignored the actually message she shared and jumped all over a few similar words?
Remember how Trump’s speech writer how to come out and apologize to the WORLD over the made-up fiasco?
Yeah, apparently the media doesn’t remember either, because it happened again, but they don’t seem to care.
This year’s DNC was full of rampant plagiarism that makes Melania’s minor slight pale in comparison. Yet, despite this massive hypocrisy, the media haven’t spent one word on the subject.
From Conservative Tribune:
That’s the message from the Democrat National Convention, where more plagiarism went on than at the Republican National Convention. There was, of course, Barack Obama’s copying of Donald Trump Jr.’s speech. Then there was Joe Biden’s line copped from Kanye: “We ain’t going nowhere but got suits and cases / A trunk full of coke, rental car from Avis.” (I may have been asleep for one of these speeches.)
But I certainly wasn’t asleep when Hillary Clinton gave her speech last night, and copied from an author most Americans know by heart.
Apparently, in Hillary’s weak and uninspired speech, she had to lift lines from a much better orator: her own husband.
The lines: “America is great–because America is good!” were take straight from a 1994 speech from Bill Clinton, when he said: “America is great because America is good.” It’s clear Ms. Clinton is trying to ape from her husband’s success and trying to make a connection between his presidency and her potential one.
I find it ironic, though. The rest of Bill’s line is: “and if America ever ceases to be good, she will no longer be great.” That’s exactly the country we’re in now. America is no longer great because we don’t have good leadership. Our culture has slumped into immorality. Our heroes lie, cheat, and break every conceivable rule. They are reality TV stars known for sex tapes, or athletes who cheat on their wives or use performance-enhancing drugs.
Not to mention political figures who delete emails, let Americans die at the hands of insurgents, and take brides from foreign interests.
We’ve lost our moral compass and goodness; of course we’re no longer great. And now we have a chance to elect a man who can, as far as the presidency is concerned, restore some of our lost dignity.
Or we can elect a woman who continues to ride her husband’s coattails.
It’s our choice.
Source: Conservative Tribune