The Day Donald Trump Used the Little Girl's Room
Somewhere along the way, Trump forgot which way it was to the men's room.
As crass as it may have come across, I am starting to think that Senator Marco Rubio may have had a point. Donald Trump does have small hands. There are many things that might be implied by this observation. Rubio's comment employed classic misdirection, making you think one thing and then zinging the audience by saying "you can't trust them." But maybe his small hands are not an indication of how little you can trust him; rather, they might imply identity crisis issues.
On April 21, 2016, Donald Trump was posed with a question concerning North Carolina's decision to not allow people to use the restroom of the opposite sex. Trump boldly and courageously stated that North Carolina had made a "strong" decision. What did he mean by strong? No clue. He went on to say that he would allow Caitlyn (formerly Bruce) Jenner to use the women's restroom at Trump Tower. I am sure that some of his supporters were appalled by his stance on this issue as he garners support from a significant number of conservatives. Most conservatives would be appalled to vote for a candidate that denies the differences between men and women and the intrinsic danger of allowing fully grown males to hang out in the women's restroom, locker room, or changing room. I've decided to take the high road and run to Trump's aid. I propose that the reason Trump chooses to stand up for "transgender rights" is because he is really a woman.
Think about it, he never denied having small hands. Between men and women there is an average difference in size of 8%, of which men are normally larger on average. This is particularly noticed in features like hands and feet. Donald Trump has proportionately smaller hands than most men of his stature. Thus, coinciding with his stance on restrooms, he may be a natural born woman. All of this concern over Senator Cruz's nationality was nothing more than a ruse to divert attention away from Trump's true identity, Donna Trump.
Wigs, makeup, and a lot of cosmetic work are an indication that Donald Trump might not be who he/she claims to be.
In all seriousness, Donald Trump may have exposed himself by confessing his stance on this issue. Talk Radio Host Rushou Limbaugh has taken much criticism for not condemning Trump for being a democrat in disguise. Early on in the campaign, though, he assured his audience that he doesn't need to make claims against Trump's authenticity, because if Trump is merely pretending to be a republican, he will be exposed sooner or later through his own words. Conservative Republicans strongly believe that there are distinct differences between men and women, and allowing them to use one another's rest areas would be akin to welcoming sex offenders over to your house to spot you while you take a bath. It's not just trouble waiting to happen, it's asking for trouble.
So far in the campaign, Trump has remained fairly silent concerning his stances on many political issues. We know he wants to build a wall across the southern border and kick-out illegal immigrants until they choose to enter the country again...LEGALLY, but aside from that his positions are pretty ambiguous. He does not give straight forward answers about what he would do about Obamacare. Sure, he says repeal and replace, but what he describes is a program nearly identical to Obamacare and maybe even more intrusive. During the debates, whenever he was challenged on things he has said in the past, instead of explaining himself or telling everyone how he has changed, he would resort to name calling and bully tactics. What has changed that allows Donald to open up about his beliefs?
Think about it, he just won New York and claims that he has secured the GOP nomination. He believes he has free reign, now, to say whatever he wants. We thought he was speaking his mind before, now it seems like he actually may just have been covering his tracks. Now, is this truly the case? I'm not sure.
Time Will Tell, But Be Warned
It's only been a few days since New York. If there is one thing that can be said about Trump, it's that he is unpredictable. This might be one of his non-ideologically linked stances. Remember, Trump is a businessman. And not just any businessman, a big businessman. His natural inclination is to get along with people of all walks of life because that is how you make money. If you ask me, as fun as Trump has been thus far, I wouldn't put all of my eggs into one basket with him and expect everything to be okay.
From day one I have been saying that with Ted Cruz, we know exactly what to expect. A strong conservative who doesn't back down from a fight. You do not have to guess where he stands on an issue because he has been consistent since his days in grade school. Trump, on the other hand, was consistently a progressive liberal democrat for 40 years of his life. Until I hear more from him, I will give him the benefit of the doubt that his heart has changed concerning issues on which he has appeared to flip-flop. But there is a reason I did not cast my vote for him in the primary.
I don't play Russian Roulette. If someone hands you a gun and tells you it is not loaded, but hold it to your head and give the trigger a few squeezes, I'd rather play it safe and not do that. If someone hands you a gun, tells you it's not loaded, but we should avoid pointing it in anyone's direction, I know I am conversing with someone wise. He doesn't have to earn my trust because he has it. As hopeful that I am that Trump has genuinely converted from a "D" to a "R," I wouldn't chance my livelihood on it.