Stephen Colbert, connected the dots on the Donald Trump’s “nativism” and “fear-mongering” following Orlando’s terror attack — and wound up sketching a giant swastika.
“First of all, before I figure this out, I’ve got to think like Trump, so first, I’m not going to take my meds,” Colbert , tossing a bottle of prescription pills. “Woo! I see patterns where none exist.”
“Trump is saying Obama is not smart because he won’t say ‘radical Islam,’” he said, sarcastically forging a diagram in chalk. “Trump then says this is inconceivable so something must be going on, probably because Obama is a Muslim, and that’s a bad thing.”
Colbert mused over a blackboard bearing the presumptive GOP nominee’s name Donald Trump and the many buzzwords he has used in the wake of the Orlando massacre: “Muslim,” “Bad Thing,” “Obama,” “Not Smart,” “Inconceivable,” “Something Going On” and “Radical Islam.” resulting with a the Nazi symbol
Trump repeatedly cast aspersions on President Obama since the massacre in Orlando by the terrorist Omar Mateen, suggesting “there’s something going on” with the commander-in-chief’s reluctance to utter the phrase “radical Islam.”