Alright everybody let’s step up and play the new game show ‘Wheel Of Plagiarism.’
The first contestant was Melania Trump. She spun the wheel and was accused by the DNC of plagiarizing parts of Michelle Obama’s speech when Melania spoke at the Republican Convention.
The Republicans and talk radio hosts responded saying Obama and Biden have plagiarized entire speeches in the past.
Next was Donald Trump jr. He spun the wheel and discovered that Obama had plagiarized his speech from the Republican Convention when Obama spoke at the the Democratic Convention. It was such a good speech that Obama decided to pilfer a line or two from it. “I’m honored that POTUS would plagiarize a line from my speech last week. Where’s the outrage?” Don Trump jr. said on twitter. http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/07/donald-trump-jr-im-honored-obama-plagiarized-line-speech-wheres-outrage-video/
Next was Hillary Clinton. She spun the wheel and it came up that she plagiarized her husband Bill’s speech from 1994 who took it off of Alexis de Tocqueville back in 1835 except Bill quoted him. Hillary said, “There is no other Donald Trump…This is it. And in the end, it comes down to what Donald Trump doesn’t get: that America is great — because America is good.”
Back in 1994 Bill said in a speech, “Don’t forget that Alexis de Tocqueville said a long time ago that America is great because America is good; and if America ever ceases to be good, she will no longer be great.”http://about2day.com/breaking-hillary-busted-plagiarizing-dnc-speech-media-refuses-to-report/
However, let’s face facts — this proves that the whole “plagiarism” story during the convention season was a predictable plot to try and direct attention away from Donald Trump’s nomination and it seemed to have back fired on them. Liberals are great for accusing others of doing the same things they do to divert attention. Sneaky, sneaky.
The fact is, both parties use speeches cribbed from a lot of other sources. And, for that matter, Melania Trump isn’t a candidate. Hillary Clinton is.