Stefan Molyneux dissects Thomas Sowell’s hit piece on Donald Trump, and reams him but good for his easy and weak criticisms, and his hypocrisy.
I should add a disclaimer that i do not think Donald Trump would be a good president; i disagree with most of his political views and there is plenty to justifiably criticize. All the more reason to be disappointed with Thomas Sowell for lowering himself to the kind of vapid criticism you may expect from establishment-serving media and politicians.
No matter how horrible Trump would be as a president, i personally think everybody would be a horrible president (certainly Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders wouldn’t be any better, nor any of the other Republican candidates). What makes me have a small weak spot for Trump is that A: he is at least entertaining; B: he is much more honest instead of trying to butter up to everyone; and C: he is considered the enemy by virtually the entire media and political establishment. That is a plus in my book.
When the likes of Thomas Sowell, whom i have a lot of respect for generally, jumps on the “bash Trump” bandwagon, in an article in that worthless neocon toilet paper National Review of all things, and also resorts to such meaningless criticisms, i can only say kudos to Stefan Molyneux for calling him out on his bullshit.