So President Trump Is Too Dumb To Read And Write: Oh Really??
Liberal progressive hatred for President Trump is rivaled only by their willingness to embrace the most reprobate practices of human behavior.
Most recently members of this group of arrogant elitists whose IQs if taken collectively couldn’t unscrew a lightbulb have just attacked President Trump as being too stupid to read and write.
Soooo, he cannot read or write!!! This makes it almost unbelievable that he trounced 16 pretty good Republicans and a handful of Democrats to win the Presidency.
And since his nomination and election, he has been opposed
— by the lock-step Democrat Party
— by the “elite establishment” in DC
— by 90% of the Federal employees
— by ABC, NBS, CBS, CNN, MSNBC and others
— by all major newspapers, esp. the NYT and the WaPo
And Trump is beating them all. Amazing, just amazing. (John Brinson; 6/15/2018)
I don’t see where any of President Trump’s detractors graduated from Wharton School of Business. For that matter, I do not see where any of them were even accepted to Wharton. That’s probably because you can’t just walk up and get accepted to Wharton. Wharton isn’t diversity driven it is genius driven.
It is easily one of the most difficult Schools of Business in the world to gain acceptance to:
— Wharton School of Business: 9 percent acceptance rate
— Harvard Business School: 12 percent acceptance rate
— University of Pennsylvania: 9.4 percent acceptance rate
— Columbia Business School: 18.2 percent acceptance rate
Here is more proof of how difficult academically the school is to gain admissions to:
“Mark G. had every reason to believe he would be among the incoming MBA class [of fall 2011] at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.
Without taking a prep course or even buying a study book, he had pretty much aced the GMAT exam with a score of 770 out of 800 — 50 points higher than the 720 median score for this year’s entering class.
Goldberg earned a bachelor’s degree from Johns Hopkins University with a triple major in economics, international relations, and East Asian studies. He pulled down an impressive 3.6 grade point average — a tenth of a point above last year’s Wharton average.
And he racked up nearly three years of work experience in finance, the subject that has long brought Wharton world acclaim. Even better, he accumulated his financial acumen in the hottest economy in the world — China — at a boutique investment bank in Beijing.
But then came the unexpected rejection, in March. “At first,” he says, “I was surprised and disappointed, then I was shocked.”
Why would the school turn down such an obviously qualified candidate?
Wharton, of course, is one of the world’s most selective business schools. It accepts fewer than 17% of the more than 6,800 people who apply to its full-time MBA program. An application could get tossed in the rejection pile due to poorly written essays, less-than-enthusiastic recommendation letters, or a weak admissions interview. (John A. Byrne; Wharton Admissions: As Elitist As You’d Expect; 8/8/2011; Fortune Magazine)
The NY Times and numerous other publications have claimed President Trump graduated at the top of his class at Wharton. It is a claim they have made, not the President.
Why is that important? It is important because this is Wharton they are talking about. There is still dispute over whether obama ever really attended any of the schools he claims to have attended.
Such is not the case with President Trump. Not only is there documented proof that he attended Wharton, but there are dozens upon dozens upon dozens who remember him. His professors remember him.
His classmates said things about him such as:
“A 1968 Wharton graduate who did not want to be named said that Trump “sat in the front row [of their Real Estate class], raised his hand a lot to answer questions and had a heavy New York accent.”
1968 Wharton graduate Roger Fulton Jr. made similar remarks, adding that he recalls Trump as “very focused on his studies.”
1968 Wharton graduate Edward Pollard also described Trump as “very professional” and “different from the rest of the class.”
“He was really off by himself. He didn’t party or go to football games … [h]e didn’t mingle with the guys going back to hang out and chatting, and stuff like that,” added Pollard, who was, like Trump, a junior year transfer student to Penn.” (Alex Rabin and Rebecca Tan; Was Trump really a top student at Wharton; 2/15/2017; the Daily Pennsylvanian)
There are no pictures of President Trump the student smoking dope, no stories of his snorting coke, and more importantly there are eyewitnesses galore who attest to being in class with President Trump. We are still waiting for the first person to come forward and admit to have obama in their class as a student or any students claiming to remember him even being in school.
Wayne Allen Root makes this abundantly clear about obama and not once has Root’s statements been argued to be untrue.
But it is President Trump who these minions of satan say is too stupid to read or write. I called call that irony wouldn’t you?
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here