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Mar 03 2016

An Even Seamier Trump Donation

Most informed voters have seen this infamous list of some of the leftist pols and outfits Trump has showered money upon:


That money may have been well spent in comparison to other Drumpf donations. The Donald shrugs off his generosity toward Democrats by characterizing it as wheel-greasing (i.e., bribery), implying that he received political favors in return. It is hard to imagine what he got in return for this:

Donald Trump donated $30,000 to homosexual activists, including a $20,000 grant to an organization that promoted “fisting” to middle school students, recommended books excusing homosexual pedophilia, and proclaimed its mission is “promoting homosexuality” in the public schools to children as early as kindergarten.

According to a 990 form filed with the IRS, the Donald J. Trump Foundation donated $20,000 to the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) in 2012 and another $10,000 to Gay Men’s Health Crisis.

Kevin Jennings founded GLSEN (originally the Gay and Lesbian School Teachers Network) in 1990. He and other homosexual teachers formed Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAs) nationwide and drew up curricula that began shaping children’s values in accordance with the LGBT perspective from the age of five.

You may remember Jennings as Obama’s Orwellian “Safe Schools” Czar (see here, here, and here).

GLSEN is a militant organization devoted to the corruption of children’s innocence. It favors the brainwashing technique of “saturation,” beginning in kindergarten:

GLSEN activist Jaki Williams taught a workshop on “Inclusive Kindergartens” at a 1997 regional conference. “Children in the kindergarten age are ‘developing their superego’…That’s when the saturation process needs to begin,” Williams, a New York teacher, said.

GLSEN has repeatedly promoted homosexual pedophilia:

GLSEN’s list of recommended books for middle school-aged children includes several titles that minimize or embrace pedophilia. …

That dovetails with Jennings’ statement that he was “inspired” by Harry Hay, a socialist who publicly stated that homosexual statutory rape is “precisely what 13-, 14-, and 15-year-old kids need more than anything else in the world. And they would be welcoming this, and welcoming the opportunity for young gay kids to have the kind of experience that they would need.”

Jennings himself admitted to turning a blind eye to pedophilia.

Then there is Fistgate:

GLSEN came under the greatest scrutiny in 2000 when an undercover recording exposed the sexual advice it gives minors. GLSEN’s tenth annual conference, held at Tufts University on March 25, was recorded by then-MassResistance Executive Director Scott Whiteman.

The conference featured a “youth-only, age 14-21” panel entitled, “What They Didn’t Teach You about Queer Sex and Sexuality in Health Class.” In response to a question from the audience, the presenter described “fisting” – a sexual practiced that originated with homosexuals, in which one man inserts his entire fist and sometimes his forearm into another man’s rectum.

The practice was recommended in glowing terms.

After the public backlash, the group promised to reform. But at the 2001 GLSEN conference, Planned Parenthood distributed “fisting kits.”

Trump has horrified conservatives by praising Planned Parenthood, even in the aftermath of revelations that it illegally traffics in body parts harvested from the babies it kills.

This iniquity will be par for the course if Republicans reject conservative values in favor of celebrity-driven populism. Neither party will oppose moral degeneracy.

Fortunately no longer on the job for Obama.

On a tip from Wilberforce.

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  • No Ted

    Heidi Cruz’s company Goldman Sachs prefer to give their money to Democrats.

    Goldman Sachs
    Overall, Goldman Sachs has given $51.6 million in political contributions since the Center began keeping records in 2002. About 54% of those funds have gone toward Democratic or liberal causes, though that wasn’t the case in the 2012 election. Goldman Sachs was the top contributor to Mitt Romney’s campaign, giving more than $1 million toward Romney’s cause.

    Goldman Sachs contributed about $4.7 million in the 2014 midterm election cycle, with more than $465,000 of that going to the National Republican Senatorial Committee. The firm spent most of its money on groups and special interests, but did support Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell with $96,625 in contributions.

  • whotothewhat

    Don’t worry Romney is suiting up to save the day, he has had is batteries replaced his joints oiled and fresh coat of wax applied and his hair cleaned up and freshened.

  • maudieNmandeville

    Trump’s contributions as a businessman, not a politician, especially in the mega hotel/casino building business, may say more about cutting through red tape and getting things done than any core ideological belief. If may also reflect a truism that Democrats are retributive. Democrats will see that your project is advanced and doesn’t meet any ‘unforeseen’ rejections or delays. GOP will just stay out of the way.

    Let’s assume that Trump has given 5M in contributions with 80% going to Dems. What would he have gotten if 100% went to the GOP, ideologically speaking? Closed borders, Fair Tax, balanced budget? No? To hear Cruz and Trump, nothing, not even a hotel. To hear Republican voters, nothing. To hear commenters, nothing. Maybe he’s more of a business man and knows what it takes to accomplish things.
    How much have you gotten for your contributions?; (and you didn’t even want a hotel built).

    Cruz 2016!

  • Artfuldgr

    Dave doesnt care that a business man having to grease a democrat machine would donate that way… donate to build, and your slammed for the donations… dont donate to build and you have another bankruptcy, and your slammed for that.

    so in essence its a non argument or point..

    besides… i wonder if dave realizes that ronald reagan went to a liberal college (eureka), and had a degree in economics, and was a liberal democrat till he changed parties in 1964 (and was also a tv star whose costar was a chimpanzee… )

  • Dolan Trump

    Wow didn’t realize Heidi Cruz owns Goldman Sachs. Thought it was owned by its shareholders.


    Explaining Donald Trump’s political donations:

  • Newt Romney

    What is taking place here is Conservative Inc. is being exposed as the fake-phony-frauds they are; hence so-called “conservatism” is being swept aside and replaced with right leaning nationalism … and Donald Trump is leading the way.
    Sorry, but no amount of nitpicking will derail the Trump train.

  • Artfuldgr

    the NYC council is all dems and socialists and LGBT, BLM, etc.

    Carl Weisbrod and Vicki Been – Democrat housing commissioner, and development commisioner
    The man who cleaned up Times Square is now one of the chief architects of Mr. de Blasio’s far-reaching affordable housing plan.

    they control how you build, how high you build, how many luxury apartments you give to welfare, what unions you have to have on your site, whether you get permits, and so on

    completely obstructionist to anyone but dem donors

    I doubt that Dave knows about the Mandatory Inclusionary Housing rules of blasio for builders.

    De Blasio’s $41.1 billion plan is
    expected to be paid for with a combination of city, state, federal, and
    private funds. The plan would be a 60-40 split of preservation vs. new
    construction — 60% of the funding will go toward preserving existing
    affordable housing, while 40% will build new housing.

    The concept of the plan — mandatory inclusionary zoning

    On February 3, 2016, the City Planning Commission approved the
    Mandatory Inclusionary Housing text amendment with 9 in favor, 3
    opposed, and 1 abstention

    As a key initiative of Mayor de Blasio’s housing plan, Housing New York,
    the Department of City Planning is launching a proposal for a
    Mandatory Inclusionary Housing program that would require through
    zoning actions a share of new housing to be permanently affordable
    Developed in close consultation with the Department of Housing
    Preservation and Development and informed by extensive policy and
    financial feasibility analysis, this proposal marks a new approach to
    ensuring neighborhood economic diversity as we plan for growth.

    so if your trump, you HAVE to build into your luxury building equal apartments that are for welfare and section 8… think your wealthiest customers will want to live there with people who dont work and hate them, and so on? thats whats going on in nyc… and if you dont get a variance or something from the council in return for such, you HAVE to give away 10k a month apartments to people who will never pay a market rate for them EVER

    Affordable housing would be mandatory,
    not voluntary. Production of affordable housing would be a
    condition of residential development when developers build in an area zoned for Mandatory Inclusionary Housing, whether rezoned as part of a City neighborhood plan or a private rezoning application.

    Affordable housing would be permanent.
    There would be no expiration to the affordability requirement of
    apartments generated through Mandatory Inclusionary Housing, making them a long-term, stable reservoir of affordable housing.

    Under the proposal, the City Planning Commission and ultimately the
    City Council would apply one or both of these two requirements to each
    Mandatory Inclusionary Housing area:

    25% of residential floor area must be for affordable housing units for residents with incomes averaging 60% AMI ($46,620 per year for a family of three), or

    30% of residential floor area must be for affordable housing units for residents with incomes averaging 80% AMI ($62,150 per year for a family of three)

  • Newt Romney

    Perfect! :-))

  • KHarn

    At the time Regan went to college, the title “liberal” had not been adopted by communists. Also, back then American schools were not political indoctrination centers.
    Ahh, the “good old days”!

  • Eddie_Valiant

    Reagan changed parties because, as he said, he didn’t leave the democrats, they left him. He liked Goldwater’s conservatism because, I believe, he grew up and saw the foolishness of the liberals.

    It’s time for the trumpies to grow up and realize Trump is in it for his own ego. He says he’s going to do all these things but what will happen when he runs into the Congress that won’t cooperate? Issue executive orders all day? We already have a dictator in the White House, we don’t need another.

    Here’s one of Reagan’s best

  • Ed. G. Mann

    Wrong again. It’s owned by BIG Money in cahoots with the FED. But they did fund little Teddie’s campaign with a loan. Wasn’t that nice?

  • maudieNmandeville

    Sounds like Mitt is voting for Bernie:

    In what could be seen as a foreshadowing of his Thursday remarks, Romney outlined his views on the 2016 race in an appearance last month at Babson College in Massachusetts. Speaking to students, Romney said he shared the feeling of many Americans that Washington has failed them and urged national leaders to tackle big problems such as ***climate change, poverty, education and income inequality***.

    “We’re just mad as hell and won’t take it anymore,” Romney said of the national electorate. He harshly criticized “the failure of current political leaders to actually tackle major challenges, or to try at least, or to go out with proposals.”

  • Ed. G. Mann

    Ole doggie on top of the car Mitty is now on the electronic tit doing what he does best. Making a fool of himself.

  • You’re going to have to correct this one. Various moonbats have insisted that there is no such thing as a homosexual pedophile. They claim that men who go after little boys, even if they are gay, do so because little boys remind them of women.

    Seriously, they insist that homosexuals who go after little boys are actually not homosexuals. Another obvious moonbat lie.

  • MAS

    Well Dave it seems you just do not understand the “whatever it takes” principle of pragmatic politics. Don’t you understand that paying groups to teach kids to fist each other (never mind what it takes to stretch that body part enough to allow fisting in the first place) isn’t the issue? The issue is poor Donald who was forced to pay for Democrats (destroying this country) so he could build casinos, not morality or discernment in who one supports financially. Are you so heartless as to not have SOME sympathy for poor poor Donald?

    Yup, The Donald is so good at making deals that he knows how to placate the devilish Democrats but only because he had to…them casinos don’t build themselves Dave.

  • Chocolate&Cheese
  • Bob

    Maybe you should vote for Mitt! . So many rhinos after Trump I’m starting to think he might be the guy. But in Nov I’ll vote for whoever the republican is on the ballot. Not staying home and whining. That will get us Hillary.

  • guest

    The loan that did not have special treatment and was repaid for. The loan that anyone with sufficient assets and existing margin account can take, and if GS doesn’t allow it, they can sue GS for contractual violations.

    But if mere taking a loan out from GS is offensive, then how much more taking money from George Soros to finance Trump tower. George did not have any contractual obligations to finance Trump when the latter needed a loan. Wasn’t that nice?

  • guest

    Well Trump did promise ghaystapo more progress of their causes if he’s elected. So this financing is not surprising.

  • guest

    Mitch McConnell… wait isn’t that the same guy that Trump supported and finaced, when the latter was fighting Tea Party?

    Yep Trump supported McConnel and Boehner in the fight against anti-establishment.

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    Trump rally from Maine starting soon!

  • Ed. G. Mann

    Oh, and for what office was Trump running when that loan was made? That seems to have been B2B, right? Thought so.

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    Romney didn’t attack Obama 1/2 as hard as he attacked Trump.

  • guest

    Will Trump announce when he will finally send out the money he “collected for vets” and still have not sent out to a number of them?

    Or will he just keep it as “admin expense”?

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    FUD noted.

  • guest

    So in other words you cannot deny that

    – Ted’s loan from GS factually was not a sign of preferential treatment, but a part of contractual agreement GS had to abide.

    – Trump is so much buddy buddy with Soros, that Soros just loaned him tons of money, even though he didn’t have to.

    Case closed.

  • guest

    Projection of your FUD, is not a valid defense against broken promises and scamming vets.

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    Take it easy Mitt, you’ll blow some ductwork.

  • guest

    Mitt must be leaving rent free in your head. You seemingly hallucinate him everywhere.

    So still no response to the “delay” with vet’s money?

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    I’ve wasted everyone’s time by responding to your idiotic weaksauce already. Pack it in champ. Won’t Melania make a lovely FLOTUS?

  • guest

    You ASSume that everyone is reading your I-see-Mitt-everywhere? lol ok.

    Why do you choose defend this Trump’s “delay” of donations for vets?

  • Ed. G. Mann

    You’re another one that can comprehend the written word. All that was said was Teddie took a loan from the big money boys on Wall Street where his wife works. I said nothing to the fact he paid it back.

    Trump wasn’t running for office when he borrowed from Soros. That was a business deal, period. Do you think Soros didn’t charge interest? Do you think Trump failed to pay back that loan?

    Do you have some problem with simple English? What’s to explain except perhaps some liberal goo on your tongue forcing the twisting of words.

  • guest

    Trump, in his own words. As Dave documents above, we now know this is his way of supporting ghay pedophilia.

    When President Trump is in office can we look for more forward motion on equality for gays and lesbians?” O’Connell asked him.

    Well, you can,” Trump answered. ” And look,
    again, we’re going to bring people together, and thats your thing and
    other people have their thing. We have to bring all people together and
    if we don’t we’re not going to have a country anymore.”

  • Mr. Freemarket

    Trump is so anti-GOP establishment that figures like Bob Dole and Orrin Hatch prefer Trump over Cruz!!!

  • Mr. Freemarket

    Kinda like a German Panzer tank!!!

  • TED

    Is it any wonder the LEFT is here pushing for TRUMP??!!

  • TED

    NOTICE the VACANT STARE. Too many years o leftist GROUPTHINK…

  • guest


  • TED

    Yep, goose-stepping TROLLS everywhere now.

  • trumpman

    trump donors don’t expect anything in return, canada crud and punk robots DO!

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  • guest

    Well Trump’s [charity] donors did expect their money to go to… ahem charity for vets. Not so fast said I’m-so-yugely-rich guy.

    Only $800K of $6 million raised by Trump for veterans has been accounted for. @DrewGriffinCNN explains on @NewDay.

    — New Day (@NewDay) March 3, 2016

  • TED AND ONCE AGAIN the US is turned into a comedy club for the world!

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  • guest

    That’s nothing. The ultra-left thinks Trump is a reasonable guy

  • TED

    Here’s DUH-onald…

    HE’S OK!! 😎

  • 762×51

    No one spends their money on things they don’t want or don’t support.

  • TaterSalad

    This picture says it all. The “Establishment” Hit Team together and plotting. America……………be prepared for more of Mitt Romney and the Establishment to try and take down Donald Trump. .


  • TED

    With ALL of the LEFT here, have you noticed!!!!

  • TED

    “Conservatives Anonymous”

  • TED


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  • 762×51

    How about, “I’m tired of the political corruption, payoffs to special interests and crony capitalism. I’m voting for the guy who has paid off politicians for special access and political favors to use big government to increase his own wealth”.

    Literally what the Trump-ettes are doing is putting the fox in charge of the hen house and hoping for a chicken dinner.

  • Dolan Trump

    He repaid it in full. Currently Trump’s enterprises have more outstanding loans with GS. Why are you Trumpkins such lying dipshits?

  • Ed. G. Mann

    Why are you picking on me fool? I never wrote anywhere that Little Teddie’s loan is/was in arrears. If you can find a place where I wrote that I’ll retract this statement. Until then, on your knees…

  • Ed. G. Mann

    As I wrote before, Trump wasn’t running for any office. Cruz is. Gold Sachs is Wall Street, the big bugbear he claims to be avoiding. How do we know he hasn’t received donations too. Except we don’t, do we.
    If Trump took a loan from Soros now, I be agreeing with you. But he didn’t.

    It is a matter of time, timing and after the primaries are over and Cruz is heading back to Texas, please write again. We’ll see if our humor has improved.

  • guest

    I understand your point, but I find it lacking. The gist of your point is this:
    Does Trump taking money from Soros matter since it was in the past? No because it was in the past.

    That point would be true, and I would whole heartedly agree with if, IF there was a point at which Trump had “come to Jesus moment” and completely rejected RINO and DNC.

    Facts, unfortunately indicate otherwise. Even in the last midterms Trump was funding McConnel and Boehner and their attacks on anti-establishment Tea Party. NOTHING has changed about Mr. Trump.

    That is of course not mentioning anything about his boasts of friendships with Nancy, Schumer and Reid in the last 3 months or so. First and the last now both came out saying they support him for GOP.

    NOTHING has changed about mr. Trump.

    By their fruits you will know them and his are of great friendship and support with RINOs and DNC establishment and their causes. Vote for Trump is vote for corruption and status quo.

    BTW primaries vote for Trump is a really vote for Hillary, who destroys him in nearly every poll.

    But you already know that our dear rainbow cupcake, so do us all a favor and stop the pathetic pretending to be for GOP here. Both your words and nic picture betray you.

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    Former Bush Finance Team Members Join Ted Cruz

    ROFL, Cruz get’s 8 of JEB!’s people.

  • guest

    RONFL, that’s suppose to negate Reid’s and Nancy’s endorsement of Trump?

    The Trump who showered GOP establisment in cash?

  • TED

    AMEN! It’s no wonder the LEFT are here pushing for him!

  • TED

    Exactly!! What needs to be done…

  • Ed. G. Mann

    Obviously you haven’t read other thing I’ve written here, so I’ll reiterate. I’m a Libertarian. I’ve voted Republican twice in my lifetime: Fro Goldwater and Reagan. In one election, the Libertarian Party didn’t have a candidate; I voted for Gus Hall. As per usual the wonderful two parties had turds as candidates. They tried to polish them; that is a fruitless task.

    Trump isn’t a Republican. He is probably a Libertarian although he won’t use that appellation. I expect him to do what he is doing, which is just what all the other political fools in the race do, except he calls it as it is. No mincing words, no making nice-nice for others sensitive feelings. Refreshing isn’t it.

    What I wish to see is the complete destruction of the GOP; it is as corrupt as any entity can be and not rot out from within-yet.

    My words betray nothing except I am enjoying the uproar of the small minds as they squabble over the Cruz-Rubio battle and will Kasich get out. It makes no difference. If you don’t kill the GOP, they’ll steal the nomination from you again. Why you may even get to vote for Romney once more. They like him.

  • Chocolate&Cheese

    Erick Erickson. Total loser. Just like the JEB! establishment people that joined the Cruz tent revival.

  • Dolan Trump

    So why did you bring it up? Other than to make an ass of yourself.

  • Ed. G. Mann

    The thread has all stepping on their dicks in golf shoes over Trump making donations as a business to insure access. All corporations do so, no big deal.
    The fact that he is kicking the snot out of the GOP amuses me to no end; fools here for some reason cannot fathom how corrupt the GOP is. The are blind to how they have been ignored by the elites and Wall Street cronies.

    FYI! Cruz is up to his undescended nuts in the GOP. He runs on that ticket. He takes money from the party and he will be punished for his positions by that party. He may even have a primary opponent next time around. He is an amateur in a very vicious arena, a lawyer be damned.

    Finally I purely enjoy shit disturbing. Whether Trump wins or not really won’t make much difference. This country is so ideologically divided plus with racial amimus tossed in that you are going to see a Civil War first followed by secession OR secession followed by that war.

    There will be blood. The Left isn’t going to give up nor go away. Neither are the racist Black Lives Matter and the New Black Panthers. If the Conservatives don’t like those options, they can do what they have been doing all along; SURRENDER.

  • Stan Bolton

    Politicians are always for sale. Influence can be bought. Who is bankrolling your candidate ?

  • Stan Bolton

    Are you working for the Left ?

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  • Stan Bolton

    Chocolate&Cheese,,,,Looks like you have been “Trolled”. By cartoon Puritans.

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