Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The 10 Most Bizarre Moments From Trump's Insane Boy Scout Speech (VIDEO)

The 10 Most Bizarre Moments From Trump's Insane Boy Scout Speech (VIDEO)

Donald Trump gave a speech before America’s youth yesterday and, as befitting of a president, gave a hopeful, inspirational address…

Just kidding.

Donald Trump got in front of a crowd of 30-to-40,000 Boy Scouts and completely lost his mind. Or, as Trump and his supporters like to call it, acted “modern day presidential.”

Six months into this presidency, full of scandals and intrigue and eye-popping “OMG, did he really just say that?” moments, and Trump still manages to show us that he still has the power to shock the country with his insane rants and sheer bad judgment. His speech during the annual Boy Scout Jamboree on Monday night did just that.

It was a true Trump talk, full of insane boasts about his strange electoral college win and plenty of slams to the media. It was, at times, strangely dark, and, at other times, angrily victorious. It was a bizarre speech given by a man known for his bizarre speeches – and what made the speech even more bizarre is that he delivered it in front of children.

Here is a collection of some of the more bizarre moments during a rather bizarre speech.

The Top 10 Bizarre Moments Of A Bizarre Speech

1. Trump insulted the media.

He began his speech by saying, “Tonight, we put aside all of the policy fights in Washington, DC you’ve been hearing about with the fake news.” He then added, “Boy, you’ve got a lot of people here. The press will say it’s about 200 people. It looks like about 45,000 people.”

2. He cussed. In front of Boy Scouts.

  

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There is a reason I've stopped being in the presence of persons I suspect voted for this evil,evil, man.  Normally I would put on my "I'm intensly interested face" and remain silent while the supporters of the Cheetos Caligula rave on and on.  I can't do that any more.   I don't have the energy to maintain the calm just looking at them so I'd rather not even be in the same room with them.  I'm not going to attempt to give that great a performance for which the academy isn't even going to have a chance to vote.



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