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UPDATE: Yep, it was a set-up…
The pastor of an all-black (read all-Democrat) church in Flint, MI set up Donald Trump Tuesday when the GOP candidate showed up for an invitation to speak on the community’s Democrat created water pollution crisis.
The pastor at a black church in Flint, Michigan interrupted Donald Trump when he was speaking during his visit when the Republican nominee mentioned his rival Hillary Clinton — but it appears the pastor may have been looking for a squabble, according to Fox News.
“Mr. Trump, I invited you here to thank us for what we’ve done in Flint, not to give a political speech,” stated Rev. Faith Green Timmons of the Bethel United Methodist Church. …
The next morning, Trump spoke to Fox News’s “Fox & Friends” and speculated that Timmons planned to interrupt him.
“When she got up to introduce me she was so nervous she was shaking,” Trump stated. “So, she had that in mind. There’s no question about it.”
Fox News’s Ed Henry also reported Thursday morning that Timmons appeared to be itching for a fight because of a Facebook post she had posted prior to Trump’s visit but later deleted.
Someone check on Debbie Wasserman Shultz’s whereabouts.
We’re not going to give Kellyanne Conway a pass on this one. What, the Trump campaign didn’t suspect this woman might be a Democrat?
Hint: Anytime you see a black pastor with their collar turned around:
How is it the campaign didn’t see it coming?
Just yesterday, Fox News discard Alyson Camerota tried to set up Conway on her new gig at CNN, and Conway and campaign CEO Stephen K. Bannon should expect it every time they or the candidate show up in public.
It’s Hillary Clinton.
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