Exposed: Donald Trump IS Wally George
“We must Make America Great Again!”
These are not words from a Trump rally. These are words from an episode of the 1983–2003 Southern California conservative shock talk show, “Hot Seat” starring Wally George.
For those who don’t know, Wally was the precursor of Jerry Springer, Morton Downey, Jr. and others in terms of shock TV, who awkwardly rallied a rowdy audience — in his case largely college students, and usually white and male — about the dangers of liberals and anti-religionists.
Wally’s segments often offered scripted fiery statements and questions from the crowd, under the guise of being spontaneous, and the rest of the shtick would see the oppositional guest — typically a liberal (or a non-traditional laborer such as a porn star or a metalhead) — escorted from the set by security.
Los Angeles’ KDOC must have known exactly what they were doing this weekend, running an hours-long “Hot Seat” marathon — out of everything they could be repeating from their substantial library — in such a charged political climate.
Wally was Donald before Donald was President.
Wally died in 2003. Allegedly.
I’m thinking a certain former real estate developer has been hiding yet another secret.
He’s been possessed.
We’ll go with the most superficial proof first: the hair.
See Then, Now, and Wally, consecutively below.
This is no coincidence.
Let’s explore further …
Wally George audience members:
The peace sign:
They both released albums …
Donald must have been anticipating the War Against Christmas way back when.
Moving on …
The thumbs up:
- They were both married mulitple times
- They were never photographed together
- Though Donald is an open “pussy grabber,” Wally rapidly sexualized woman … but on his show while also coming out against their non-Christian values. In real life, his history is unclear.
But I suspect the resemblance never ends …
“Ludicrous liberal lunatics!” — Wally George
Despite the usual exaggerated far-right talking points and the whupping up of his already frenzied young crowd, there does appear to be one glaring difference between Donald and Wally, however. Please excuse the horrific quality of the below two videos, but when Wally interviewed former KKK Grand Dragon Tom Metzger, he treated him like the racist son of a bitch he is.
His audience, as they were supposed to, followed suit.
Wally’s show was bullshit, of course, showbiz in another word, played up for the cameras in so many others, but at the very least for one glaring moment the message over his airwaves was the right one.
Trump would never have come out so assuredly against such racist garbage, at least not without sticking his foot in his mouth first and being spoken to by his advisors after.
“You also had people that were very fine people, on both sides.” — Donald Trump
God forbid he’d dare alienate the most extreme factions of his base.
Nonetheless … Wally was no saint. He was, in fact, just as frequently vile as his alter-ego.
When Wally hosted guests who identified as gay, what most frequently ensued was an assassination of homosexuality. His audience was then counted on to deliver several minutes worth of gay jokes when they took to the microphone, as Wally egged them on and whooped and hollered in support.
In two of his more quotable horrors, while interviewing AIDS awareness activist Larry Rice, he said:
“Here in the United States, we don’t want perverts marrying each other!”
“I don’t want these gay AIDS-carriers to spread their disease to all of us heterosexuals…People like you are spitting at me. I could catch AIDS from you!”
Were the comments in the context of an act? Does it matter?
Wally was estranged from his daughter, actress Rebecca De Mornay (“Risky Business,” “The Slugger’s Wife”), who reportedly stopped speaking to him over the tone of his show. George blamed “politics and disapproval of her friends” for the estrangement.
Wally George passed in 2003 at the relatively young age of 71.
I believe part of him had long wanted to be President.
As “The Exorcist’s” Regan MacNeil was possessed by the demon Pazuzu, I insist an investigation — or an exorcism — is in order.
Two TV personalities. One perhaps quietly longing to enter politics, while the other did. Both whooping up crowds and holding regular rallies — one’s rallies being considerably larger than the other’s, but it’s the same idea.
Birds of a feather.
For the most part.
Has Donald Trump been possessed by the spirit of Wally George?
“Is the Pope Catholic?” — Wally
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