The Joy of Missing the Dirty Dems’ Convention

Posted on August 1, 2016 by Robert Ringer


As a matter of self-respect, I had not intended to watch any of the Democratic Criminal Convention. Nevertheless, as embarrassed as I am to admit it, I got sucked into tuning into it the first night because I couldn’t resist the prospect of Bernie Sanders’s supporters causing a riot on the convention floor.

As it turned out, they did a little booing here and there, but, in the end, they were either silenced or thrown out by party henchmen. Worse, the once-revered Comrade Bernie ended up enthusiastically supporting the very person whose honesty and integrity he had been questioning for a year. Give the Dirty Dems credit for one thing, they stick together regardless of how big the lies, how bad the crimes, or how many loyalists they have to throw over the cliff to protect the party elites.

The only two speeches I listened to in their entirety on day one were those by Pocahontas and Cory Booker, and I found both of them to be absolutely breathtaking. It was like watching two escapees from a nearby insane asylum. I was comforted by the fact that JFK didn’t live to see the deranged miscreants who have taken over his beloved Democratic Party.

Clearly, Booker had visions of being seen as the new Barackus Hussein Obama, who, as you will recall, simultaneously fooled and thrilled the crowd at the 2004 Democratic National Convention when he gave his keynote address. Though any Dirty Dem worth his arsenic will tell you how fabulous Booker’s speech was, the sobering reality is that the Obama shtick didn’t work this time around. Booker’s incoherent babbling was a strange mish-mash about tolerance, unity, love, blah … blah … blah.

It was both disgusting and humorous coming from a man who belongs to a political party that thrives on hate and deception. But his incoherency was not the worst thing about his speech. First off, I had the same question about it as Sheriff Clarke: “What’s he so angry about?” I mean, the man shrieked and yelled at the top of his lungs from start to finish.

And while admonishing millions of television viewers to “love everyone” (It was like something right out of Woodstock!), he hypocritically called Donald Trump the most vile names imaginable and repeatedly referred to him as an individual who hates everyone.

He also made numerous allegations against Trump (con artist, cheat, etc.), stating them as though they were proven facts and that everyone was in agreement with his allegations. But, of course, they were not. His accusations were, as far as I could tell, pure B.S. But, then, the Dirty Dems have never been all that concerned with facts.

All this while doing a bad imitation of that other famous orator, Snake Cruz, by slapping his heart with his right hand several times a minute. (If you saw the speech, you know I’m not exaggerating.) I thought the poor guy was going to injure himself.

I have no idea what slapping his heart was all about (self-hatred?), but it came across as very weird. The Dirty Dems, of course, thought Booker’s “speech” was beyond wonderful, and comparison’s to Barack Obama and his stealth 2004 DNC speech began immediately.

In fairness to Booker, Pocahontas, the loudest mental dwarf on the planet, was even more of a raving maniac than he was — far more, in fact — and therefore not even worth my time to write about. That said, I’ll move on to more important matters.

I’m happy to be able to say that I kept my dignity and didn’t watch a minute of the world’s largest gathering of haters and organized-crime figures on nights two, three, and four — with one exception. On night four, I did watch Chelsea Clinton speak, because I had never seen her open her mouth before. Call it morbid curiosity, but I was interested in hearing what the daughter of the Face of Evil would say about her.

I don’t really have anything negative to say about Chelsea, but I must admit that I found her to be rather boring. Which is fine, because being boring is not a crime. As would be expected, she painted the Face of Evil as a caring and loving mother and grandmother, which she very well may be. After all, even the most notorious organized-crime bosses have generally been loving fathers and husbands.

I watched until Hillary waddled out in her white pants suit and hugged Chelsea, then I clicked off the television and went to sleep.

Since then, I’ve seen a number of clips in which the Face of Evil blasts Trump without having to actually face him. She also does not risk doing press conferences, which allows her to avoid being asked about her crimes or incompetent actions. She does do occasional one-on-one interviews with fake journalists like supporter George Stephanopoulos or liberal showbiz people. And, of course, she has been running millions of dollars’ worth of ads in which she portrays Trump as the Antichrist.

Yet, all her clever efforts notwithstanding, Hillary the Horrible hasn’t been able to gain ground on Trump in the polls. It tempts one to believe that Americans are finally coming out of their lifelong hibernations and are actually taking note of Hillary’s crimes, her lies, and her deceitfulness.

One last note. I find it just a bit humorous that Der Fuhrbama says that the Face of Evil is the most qualified person ever to run for president. Given that he himself is by far the least qualified person ever to run for president, how in the world is he in a position to judge? Let’s get real here and admit that the only reason the world’s most famous community organizer was able to win the presidency was because he was part black. Period. He had zero credentials, but a ton of bad stuff in his background.

To this day, I am amazed that at least half the population takes him seriously as a president. That’s the half that apparently has not read anything about his upbringing, his college days, his short-lived work career, and his years as a community organizer. The media has done a superb job of ignoring everything about his mysterious past.

But let’s get back to Horrible Hillary. Most of the other sixteen candidates in the Republican field could have beaten her quite easily, but Mr. Trump seems determined to make it a nail-biter. Be careful, Donald. You know what they say about wrestling with pigs.

C’mon, DT, stop the silly stuff and get this thing over with so the Face of Evil can be put out to pasture. I’ll even tell you the quickest way to do it:

First, forget the name calling (other than “Crooked Hillary,” of course) and relentlessly pound away at the 1,287 criminal acts and incompetent things Hillary has done.

Second, contact me and I’ll give you the answers to the four big issues you are still not explaining correctly to the American public. These include:

  • Your bankruptcies.
  • Trump University.
  • Your tax returns.
  • And, silliest of all, the Dirty Dems’ narrative that you’re a “dangerous man.”

All these can easily be turned into positives, and it’s beyond me why no one on your team has yet figured out how to do that. Someone had better wake up.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to see the Face of Evil riding off into the sunset with Debbie Wasserman-Shits in search of the perfect place to set up housekeeping together? What a fine looking couple they’d make.

Robert Ringer

Robert Ringer is an American icon whose unique insights into life have helped millions of readers worldwide. He is also the author of two New York Times #1 bestselling books, both of which have been listed by The New York Times among the 15 best-selling motivational books of all time.

40 responses to “The Joy of Missing the Dirty Dems’ Convention”

  1. Rock Roach says:

    And you would think Trump was running for president of Russia according to the latest demonic er democratic alligations.They really put a nice spin on things like the Wikileak findings.The line that got me most was Obama
    calling Clinton the "most qualified candidate ever".That's about like saying that some jv team of a high school football team would beat Joe Montana and the 49ers in a superbowl.Btw another great article and hopefully the viewership (3 million more for Trump than Clinton) is kind of indicative of the way the final vote will come.
    I just wished a few guys like Nehlen could beat phony rinos like Paul Ryan (who actually condemned Trump in the badge photo-really Paul are you that stupid or do you and Ted want Hillary to win?
    Thal being said, all Trump has to do is concentrate on the issues,
    And about the bankruptcies aren't about 96 percent of his businesses successful ?Not a bad percentage.

  2. ◄Dave► says:

    TV is the wrong place to look for dissent. Nothing is lost by just turning it off. Any speeches you hear about, which you would have wanted to watch, are almost immediately available on YouTube these days. The majority of the Bernie demonstrations were outside, and the media didn't cover them. Check Breitbart, Alex Jones, or better yet James O'Keefe of Project Veritas. That gutsy kid put on a Hillary T-shirt, carried a Hillary sign, and waded into the Bernie crowd with his cameras. Classic! LOL! ◄Dave►

    • Reality Seeker says:

      Yes, I agree that you have to be mindful of you sources of info. This is especially true when watching the main "news feeds". There were a lot of "dissenters" who were not filmed for public consumption. Moreover, many Bernie supporters were replaced with paid seat warmers.

      James O'Keefe as an investigative reporter is worth more than anyone on Fox News. Again, be mindful of your sources of information. Watching MSM is like eating fast food — it's mostly junk.

      If you're analysis is based even partly on the MSM it might be flawed unless you compensate for the propaganda and corporation spin.

      Recently, I won a very big legal case. I did so by partly using an attorney who used to work for the other side; because of his inside knowledge he was useful. I also like some of my news sources to be formerly employed by the MSM. The following is a good example of such a widly known source who has a YouTube presence. Mr. Hunter makes an excellent case why Hillary won't be elected. He also makes salient points regarding the DNC and Bernie's supporters and how they will NEVER forget the betrayal.

      • ◄Dave► says:

        Good link. I'll explore his site too. Another ex-MSM investigative reporter I admire and trust, is Sharyl Attkisson. ◄Dave►

        • Reality Seeker says:

          One of the best sources is WikiLeaks, itself, and its hosts. The people who are behind WikiLeaks are HEROS. It is they who are the true investigative reporters. WikiLeaks has tens of millions of documents which expose the TRUTH.

          Although I strongly disagree with the socialist leanings, the following video accurately shows the growing dissenters and their intellectual superiority. We need to ask ourselves: could we hold a meaningful discussion with men like these? Could we put ourselves on the line for what we believe in like these men?

          Yanis VA actually lived not far from my dad's house here in Texas. He's a smart man. It would take Ayn Rand or somebody like her to go toe-to-toe with him.

      • Jim Hallett says:

        I do admire his optimism, and I think he hits the salient point that MOST Sanders supporters will NOT vote for the FILTHY Hilldabeast, but will either stay home, vote for Trump or vote for a 3rd party candidate. Without those votes (despite Sanders being your garden variety sellout schmuck!!), Killery Rotten Clinton cannot win. The libtard media will continue to deceive (just like all the cheerleaders last week during the Philly Manure Pile), and then will be aghast, "I did not see this coming at all!" when Trump crushes her. Nonetheless, Trump could sure make it easier by avoiding some of the stupid comments.

        • Reality Seeker says:

          "Trump could sure make it easier by avoiding some of the stupid comments".

          That's the point Mr. Robert Ringer is attempting to get across. Another individual by the name of Joel Skousen is also making the same point, e.g., Trump's response to the Khan family should have not been to counter-attack but, rather, one of sympathy and regret that America can't have more people like them moving here. And his immigration policy would act as a filter not a total blockade of Muslins. Alex Jones ( who is advising Trump ) is going to set up a means to let Trump benefit from Skousen's knowledge of The Deep State and the tactical plan(S) to steal the election and get Hillary in the White House.

          I really think RJR's ideas are exceptionally good, but like Skousen's ideas, they're not Trump's style. The problem with Trump is he only knows how to viciously counter-attack. Gentlemen, like Mr. Ringer, is more akin to a real smooth pro like Ronald Reagan. In a contest between Reagan and Trump, Reagan would still win even today.

  3. Reality Seeker says:

    Regarding Trump's explanations of IRS audits, Trump University, bankruptcies and all of the other attacks, he could do better, but he could do worse. I believe Trump has to be Trump and all his splain' has do be done by using mostly Joe Six-pack vernacular. Moreover, Trump actually likes to let the MSM build up and promote a line of attack. If he destroys the attack too early he actually decreases the publicity. You can read about his press strategy in his book. Trump lays it all out. He actually likes negative publicity because it gets more public attention. So don't worry about the attacks. Trump is going to spring the trap during the debates.

    What Trump has to worry about the most is the surprise attacks that are going to be launched during the debates. Trump needs to be ready for the gotcha questions.

  4. Neal Browne says:

    Robert, you might not have heard Dick Morris (former top Clinton advisor) outlining each piece of misinformation that Bill told about H with his speech.
    Here is the link that goes down the list one-by-one. Doesn't paint a pretty picture, especially Hillary legally representing several of the Black Panthers accused of killing police officers.

    • Jim Hallett says:

      I, too, find SOME of Dick Morris' commentary to be useful (he is banned by the libtards on FB), since he saw the "beast undressed" for many years, and the sheeple just gobble up all the pure lies and b.s. of Bubba and Hildabeast and their coterie of clowns in the Dumbocrat establishment, not to mention the lying presstitutes of the lamestream media, including the Dirty Dem cheerleaders at PBS.

  5. Helen says:

    Donald's motor mouth is turning off many of his supporters. Rather than concentrating on our
    horrible low economic growth, etc. he continues to call names (how childish!) and speak so
    inappropriately re: the Muslim family's loss of their son. And when is he going to stop playing
    Twitter?? Grow up DT. This election is yours to lose!

    • Robert Ringer RJR says:

      You hit it spot on: The election is Trump's to lose. He could beat Hillary 60-40 if he just stuck to the economy, illegal immigration, all-of-the-above energy, ISIS, etc. The woman has the longest list of known crimes she's committed of any candidate in history.

    • Fred says:

      DT's inappropriate, campaign-destructive ways (Twitter, the Khan fiasco, + all others) are incomprehensible and puzzling, esp from a businessperson, let alone one as celebrated as him. Even if he's that impulsive & churlish, his circle of family, advisors, & friends would likely have restrained or prevented him from constantly putting his foot in his mouth. I can only think of 2 rational reasons: 1. Deep down this is a game and he really doesn't want the presidency and the terrible responsibility that comes with it post-BMO/GWB. This explanation appears less plausbile as he could have quit during the Republican primary; or more likely, 2. He needs to keep the veneer of a likely Hilary Clinton victory intact so to avoid being RFK'ed by deep state/powers-that-be/special interest/etc. Any feedback welcome.

  6. Jo Anne Helmer says:

    I watched it all ! I heard they were offering $50 to warm a seat and food vouchers. And of course, the
    concerts. A historical moment for the pure white lady in the virginal pants suit. I kept waiting for it to catch
    on fire. Her running mate, well what a show. I wanted to go thru the TV and clobber him with that black
    power fist thing he does every 30 seconds. Is it just me, or does he come off about as loony as a road
    lizard ?. I'm not sure if every state has them, but he reminds me of the goofy beaver on the highway sign
    advertising Bucky's. What a fest of lies. Festival of lies !

  7. Jim Hallett says:

    You watched more of the Dirty Dems, Robert, than I did (never turned the set on last week), but was amazed when I saw a clip on the internet and Hildabeast had the audacity to wear a white pantsuit (implying "purity"), but I am sure her handlers said it could work with the dumbed-down sheeple. I cannot stand to listen to packs of lies, so could not bear watching Pocahantas, Bubba, Biden, Hildabeast, and all the rest of them. They tried to spin the email leaks as if it was the Donald consorting with Russia, instead of the obvious fact that it PROVED the Dems had rigged the whole doggone primary for Filthy Hildabeast. Charlie Rose and his PBS cronies even had Madeline Albright on to comment, despite the fact she had no problem allowing 500,000 innocents to die during her SOS rampage, as she called it "collateral damage". What possible moral imperative could she maintain in commenting on anything, much less emails, since Hildabeast committed THOUSANDS of violations with emails?

  8. Very funny! You could do Stand-up since Leno is gone! Yes, one wonders why DT doesn't get certain things. But I still "believe" he will win. (Unfortunately too many people don't know the difference between "believe and know".)

  9. Mike Sherzan says:

    Are you kidding me. Donald trump as President. Look in the dictionary under scam or con artist and you will find good old draft dodger, "I have sacrificed a lot" Donald. You people are either incredibly stupid or no I think I will just stop at the incredibly stupid part. I am really going to enjoy November 9th just thinking about how depressed you will be. Enjoy the next eight years of Democrats!

    • Jeff says:

      So you are obviously living off the government teet. There is no other reason why or how you could possibly be rooting for another 8 years of what the Muslim in charge has put us through. Keep enjoying your welfare, disability check, and food stamps. For the rest of us working folks who support people like you we'll be voting Trump. You know a person who actually got rich by owning businesses and putting people to work. Your hero Shillary has gotten rich by take bribes and collecting millions from the Saudi's (you know that terrorist country). Use your free internet and look it up. It's all public information.

  10. Rip Read says:

    Excellent Robert! Regarding being the most qualified…EVER…I believe my dad said it best…”consider the source”.

  11. JoeyBronx says:

    How about that $50.00-a-day they were offering to pay those worthless layabouts to fill their empty seats? That's a eight-hour day, (12:00 PM- 8:00 PM) that's $6.25-an-hour, BELOW the minimum wage! Trump's gotta jump all over them for this!

  12. Gene says:

    The Whore of Babylon is running President!!!

  13. Gene says:

    When it comes to draft dodgers, how about Clinton and Bush?

  14. Avery Horton says:

    One thing Trump could and should do is rerun all of Obama's ads that attacked Hillary as a liar and someone who can not be trusted.

  15. larajf says:

    I didn't watch because I didn't want indigestion. I have enough difficulties swallowing the lies I hear regularly let alone at a convention of scoundrels.

  16. david says:

    So you didn't watch the Dems?/ did you watch the GOP?? What did you enjoy more the Scott Baio or the underwear guy?? And how about that closing Trump wowzer?? As Obama points out, believe me, he makes a lot of promises, but he doesn't say how he's going to do them…that's why he's running from debating Hillary…he's such a thin skinned moron… that whole Khan thing.. any pol with a lick of sense would have left that one alone.. but NO.. not the Donald… heaps more neg publicity.. he's going to get his white, racist ass handed to him so bad in Nov it will be great to watch..

    • johnvaneppsd says:

      I'm not so sure. Trump has his negatives, but so does his challenger. But I doubt that Trump will 'run from the debates', as you surmise.

      Obama made a lot of promises as well – how's that working out for the average American? Racial tensions seem to be at an all-time high; unemployment (especially those who have given up on the conventional job market) likewise.

      One could argue that neither candidate is 'qualified' for the office of President. One could also say many former Presidents weren't, either.

      But what I believe is that a 'shake-up' to the status quo is definitely in order. Which candidate might be disposed to offer that?

    • Reality Seeker says:

      " that whole Khan thing.. any pol with a lick of sense would have left that one alone.. but NO"

      No, Trump should not have left it alone, but he should've handled it adroitly —- with more finesse. Khan is a con, but the ignorant masses who daily dine on the "news feeds" never get the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. No, the ignorant masses get propaganda; therefore, Donald has to deal with a cunning attack like this one differently. Firstly, he has to reiterate that only the Muslims who hate America and the Constitution need to be filtered out and prevented from setting foot on U.S. soil. Donald should've sympathized with the loss of Khan's son. Then Trump should've very tactfully expressed a doubt about the purity of Khan's motives and what Mr. Kahn does for a living and if Mr. Khan is really a lover of the Constitution or a phony. Then, on Twitter, Trump could express his concern about alternative news stories like the following:

      Trump should then Twitter something like: " I hope the information I'm getting on Mr.Khan is not true, but it seems Mr. Kahn might not be the good person everybody believes him to be…..

      Trump needs to learn how to parry an attack from the Deep State and counter it with finesse and humor. But, like I said earlier, Trump doesn't listen to his advisors or his family or anybody. Trump listens to Trump.

      So let's see how it works out for him……

  17. I didn't watch either convention. By the time I got home I had worked 12 hours and still had to take care of things around the house before I got up in the morning and did it all over the next day.

  18. Sheila says:

    You seem to have a serious problem with Cruz, RR. He's not even in the race anymore. It's time to stop your obsession with Cruz.

    However, it seems that Trump has been on semi-mute mode now that he is the nominee. When he was one of 17 Republicans he never shut up. He was attacking all the Republican candidates continuously and without concern or care. He went for the jugular with Cruz, Rubio, Kasich, Bush – everybody.

    Now that it's a real race and it's just Trump and Hillary, he seems to playing nice guy and soft-peddling his approach and not really coming out strong and attacking Hillary. She may not have been indicted, but let's face it – she is a criminal, a felon, a liar. Trump should be screaming that from the rooftops every day. Why isn't Trump going after that creep Nathaniel Friedman (aka "Bethlehem Shoals") who tweeted that horrible statement about Patricia Smith – that he doesn't care how many children she lost and that he'd like to beat her to death. That's a lot worse than anything I've ever heard Trump say – ever. And Friedman is still employed!

    I think it's important for Trump to constantly expose the double-standard and state clearly in very strong terms – every single day – the vile hatred and intolerance that is prevalent in the Democrat party and the media hounds who support and surround them.

    I did watch Hillary's speech, and I never saw such evil in a person's eyes in my life. The Democrat Party no longer exists as they were – they are now fascistic. There's no reason to be shy about the truth.

    What happened? Does Trump even want to win this election?


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  20. Robert J. Chiavetta says:

    Another president and another election won't come close to solving this country's problems. What's needed is nothing short of coup or revolution. It has to start by getting rid of this whole, sick, corrupt, dysfunctional political and government system we have. It has to start by getting rid of the Democratic Party–completely, in toto, and replacing it with a strict, conservative, constructionist, and fiercely nationalistic regime. This country is long past the time when it could afford, if indeed it ever could, the luxury of a liberal democracy. The military must have significantly more power, and no longer must national security ever be subordinated to any one's so-called "civil rights". A new constitution must be put in place that is firmly and deeply rooted in free-market economic policy and a fierce new spirit of patriotism and nationalism.

    • Nasdaq7 says:

      This is the beginning and the decline of the US, you will see it in the next 30 years if Clinton wins. The demographic trend will decidedly shift in the favor of the Democratic Party who will use everything to win future elections and get all the money and deals.

    • Sheila says:

      I agree. Great post.

  21. Nasdaq7 says:

    Trump loves his country, what is this now about who sacrificed the most for the US? Trump loves his country and that is all that counts! How much he sacrificed or someone else sacrificed is irrelevant, what really counts is just how much you do love your country? And if you love Islam and all their Islamic terrorists and their activities then you can't love your country, because Islam sanctions the conquest of territories by violence. And that is precisely what Trump hints at. The terrorists killed Khan's child in Iraq. Terrorists. Islamic terrorists and this father uses the death of his son at the hands of Islamic terrorists to criticism Donald Trump. I hope he gets his 72 virgins.

  22. Common Sense says:

    As poor a choice as Hillary is, Trump won't win. He's too offensive to too many people.
    (Though I'm going to vote for him on the basis of the values he professed during the primaries).

    • Nasdaq7 says:

      I actually feel sorry for him. I'm like him in many regards, Trump struggles to win over women decisively. Women like political correctness: don't upset them with harsh words!

  23. Nasdaq7 says:

    The Queen of Corruption.