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Heartless Trump Cut Off A 92-Year-Old Woman’s Water Just So He Could Build A Golf Course

Donald Trump has long been known as a ruthless businessman who will do just about anything in order to make a buck. But it turns out he’s even more heartless than anyone ever imagined.


Anthony Baxter is a journalist who works for the BBC and is also known as a documentary filmmaker. And one of his films. You’ve Been Trumped Too, is finally going to be released after a four-year battle with attorneys working for (you guessed it) none other than the current president of the United States.

In a revealing article he wrote for The Daily Beast, Baxter recalls one of the incidents he covers in his documentary, and it involves a 92-year-old woman named Molly Forbes, who lived on a parcel of land in Scotland adjacent to where Trump was building a golf course. She and her son, Michael, were protesting construction of the Trump golf course, so Baxter decided to pay her a visit after Trump claimed that Forbes lived “like a pig … Stuff strewn all over the place.”


As it turns out, the Forbes family farm wasn’t messy at all, Baxter reports:

“Instead of a pigsty, there were the usual barns, tractors and farmhouse, as well as a quaint and cozy caravan where 92-year-old Molly Forbes—Michael’s mother—lived, still raising chickens and cultivating her vegetable garden. Inviting me in for a cup of tea, Molly told me that she was using water from a nearby stream, as ‘Trump’s cut us off.’ She told me Trump’s construction workers had severed a pipe from a water well leading to their farm. According to Molly, promises to fix the problem had come up empty.

“To see if this could possibly be true, that billionaire Donald Trump had allowed a 92-year-old pensioner to go for days without water, I headed over to the project manager’s office. He admitted the water had indeed been cut off when building an access road but could not say when the water would be restored.”


What kind of person cuts off a 92-year-old woman’s water? How big of an asshole do you have to be to try and punish a little old lady just because she doesn’t approve of your golf course? That’s not just cruel, it’s downright evil. And any Trump supporter who says otherwise is a piece of shit for defending that sort of cruelty.

Donald Trump is a coldblooded snake. He only cares about himself. And he’s unfit to be leader of this country for that very reason. If you doubt that, just consider what he did to Molly Forbes.

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Donald Trump’s Lawsuit Against The New York Times Is About To Bite Him On The A*s

As he has so often done over the course of his life and business career, Donald Trump read something in a newspaper, didn’t like what it said, and decided to file a lawsuit he has no conceivable chance of winning.


At issue this time is a New York Times editorial printed on March 27, 2019 which alleged that Russia had an “overarching deal” with Trump and the 2016 Trump campaign, Politico reports:

“In the op-ed in question, headlined “The Real Trump-Russia Quid Pro Quo,” author Max Frankel asserts in part that Trump’s 2016 campaign had an ‘overarching deal’ with Russian President ‘Vladimir Putin’s oligarchy’ in order to ‘help in the campaign against Hillary Clinton,’ in exchange for ‘a new pro-Russian foreign policy, starting with relief from the Obama administration’s burdensome economic sanctions.'”

That, according to Trump and his attorneys, is libel, even though the article was clearly marked as an opinion piece and many facts from the Russia investigation have proven that the Times was absolutely right.


Attorney David Lurie, however, thinks Trump may have made a gigantic mistake by filing the lawsuit, and not just because the case will likely get laughed out of court, especially if the Times decides to move forward and not seek to have the suit dismissed.

In an article for The Daily Beast, Lurie writes:

“Since truth is a defense, if the Trump campaign’s case against Trump was to go forward to the discovery stage, the Times would inevitably seek to obtain evidence regarding whether Trump and his campaign did in fact enter into a quid pro quo arrangement with Putin. Furthermore, Trump himself would also certainly be a key witness, and would be called upon to provide testimony and documents.”


Imagine the opportunity to depose Trump under oath and ask about his connections to Russia! One lie and he’d be on the hook for perjury. And as we’ve learned over the years, Trump cannot go more than five seconds without lying. Lying is embedded in his DNA.

Lurie concludes his article by urging the Times to do exactly that: Move ahead and start discovery, just to put Trump on the spot and watch how quickly he scurries away with his tail between his legs:

“If the Times employs that strategy, it will be difficult for Trump to maintain that the Constitution prohibits him from being required to testify. After all, the campaign, a corporation Trump controls, chose to bring the case, necessarily recognizing that its principal would have to be made available to provide evidence.”

Donald Trump is a very litigious person. And history shows he usually loses when he files suit against those he feels have wronged him. But this time, one of his lawsuits could come back to bite him in the ass in a way he clearly hasn’t anticipated.