At this point, literally nothing the sentient sack of moldy, bug-infested potatoes named Donald Trump says or does will matter to the people who plan to vote for him to become president come November.
Take Trump’s stance on guns in the classroom, for instance. Here is how he responded to a question on Fox & Friends about guns being allowed in classrooms (via The Wall Street Journal); as is the case with everything Trump says, his rambling comments are incoherent at best:
Donald Trump said Sunday that he is not “advocating guns in classrooms,” but immediately added, “in some cases teachers should have guns in classrooms.”
“I’m not advocating guns in classrooms,” Mr. Trump said. “But remember, in some cases, and a lot of people have made this case, teachers should be allowed to have guns in classrooms. Trained teachers should be allowed to have guns in classrooms.”
So basically, Trump doesn’t think guns should be in classrooms, although teachers, whose jobs take place in classrooms, should have them. When pressed to be specific about absolutely anything, Donald Trump always talks like a guy whose note cards fell on the floor during a speech and got mixed up into a pile of gibberish, but he tries to soldier on anyway. I refuse to believe this man isn’t a cartoon character who somehow got sucked into our world.
I really feel for the poor Journal staffer who had to write this report. “I…I went to journalism school…I graduated from Columbia,” he or she probably tells him/herself on a daily basis. “Where did it all go so wrong?”