Is Trump’s conspiracy theory right?Aug 31, 2016 01:15PM ● By Kevin VanGundy
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has spoken of a conspiracy to deny him the White House in November. And I have come to agree…almost.
In my theory Bill Clinton persuaded Donald Trump to run for the Republican nomination in order to call attention to some of the party’s more controversial, just-right-of-radical ideals. In this regard, Trump was to have been the perfect foil.
But this is where Clinton’s plan started to backfire.
Clinton: “Damn it, Donald! You’re not supposed to win the nomination.”
Trump: “Well what else can I do? I’ve already said every crazy thing that comes to mind!”
Clinton: “I don’t know! Make it crazier!”
Or did Clinton’s plan unravel?
With nomination in hand, Donald’s campaign has gone completely off the tracks, and Hillary Clinton is now free to waltz into the White House.
Or, will she?
Some people seem to like the idea of caging Muslims, hiring the Chinese to build another great wall and making fun of Rosie O’Donnell.
Either way, “God save America!”
Come enjoy Montrose-Delta BeaconFest on September 15
We’re having a party and you’re invited. Our annual Montrose-Delta BeaconFest Senior Fair will be held from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on Thursday, September 15 at the Montrose Pavilion, 1800 Pavilion Drive.
This year’s Montrose-Delta BeaconFest features an exciting lineup of live entertainment, free food, informative seminars and booths sponsored by over 50 senior-related businesses.
For more information or to get a booth, call 243-8829.
Let’s scare up a good time next month. Please send us your Halloween photos for October’s BEACON. They can be old photos of yourself, newer photos of your grandkids, or recent photos of your neighbors trick-or-treating in the nude. Now that’s scary! Please include a line or two with your photos about who is in the picture. Send to:
PO Box 3895, Grand Junction, CO 81502. ν