A leading member of the liberal media is trying to link Donald Trump‘s presidential campaign to an outrageous murder allegedly committed by an illegal immigrant.
Raven-Symoné Pearman of ABC’s “The View” showed her conspiratorial side when she told her co-hosts that the murder of Kate Steinle, 32, by an illegal alien in San Francisco might have been connected to, if not orchestrated by, Trump’s campaign.
According to The Wrap, the newest co-host of ABC’s daytime talk show started explaining her theory by weighing in on why she thinks Trump is running for president. Apparently it’s all a vast conspiracy to keep the public focused on drama.
“Nobody is talking about the real issues because [Trump] is sucking up the air for everyone. He knows how to manipulate the industry,” Raven-Symoné said, “and I’m that person who thinks that he was put there by maybe Republicans or Democrats as a mole to just get people’s opinions and stir stuff up so that we don’t talk about the real issues.”
Pearman says “they” have a secret plan to plant a braggadocio billionaire into the GOP primary. Of course, no one, including Pearman, seems to know who “they” are.
But then things got even weirder — and more ridiculous — when she theorized about how Steinle’s murder played into the conversation about immigration.
Francisco Sanchez, an illegal immigrant who allegedly found a federal agent’s gun and fatally shot Steinle, is apparently part of the secretive plot to keep Trump in the spotlight, according to Pearman.
“During the passionate back-and-forth, Raven-Symoné declared that she found it “interesting that this happened as soon as Trump started to talk about this; he randomly found a gun from a federal agent.”
Is she suggesting that “they” also planted the gun?
So long as Pearman doesn’t ask to see anyone’s birth certificate or talk about “death panels,” her conspiratorial theories will likely go unnoticed by her liberal co-hosts on “The View.”
Meanwhile, the rest of America will continue talking about illegal immigration and other real issues that the “mole” stirs up in the primary.