Martin Schulz Takes An Unpopular Stand For German Votes

Breaking with SPD vote pandering tradition, Martin Schulz has decided to show some real backbone by telling German voters what they do not want to hear.

Martin Schulz

In a shock move nobody here could have possibly expected, and with the German election just weeks away, Schulz has decided to reshuffle the playing cards by coming out to savagely criticize American President Donald Trump.

Like, you got have courage, you know?

DER SPIEGEL: Before the U.S. election, you told us that as president of the United States, Donald Trump would be “not only a problem for the EU, but also for the entire world.” You were right.

Schulz: It has actually been far worse.

DER SPIEGEL: What do you mean by that?

Schulz: It was clear to me that the White House’s solemn atmosphere would not civilize Trump. But the merciless nepotism with which he conducts politics, in which he places himself and his family above the law, I wouldn’t have considered that possible. And on top of that there is this reduction of complex political decisions to 140 characters. When it comes to a U.S. president, I consider the reduction of politics to a tweet to be truly dangerous. Trump is a risk to his country and the entire world.


5 responses

  1. He is right about the nepotism.

    Anyway, you made me laugh. Note how the SPIEGEL asks the real tough questions: “Do you agree that governments outside your country are sh*tty and that things you have nothing to do with are BS, Mr Assad…eh…Schulz?”

  2. Nepotism and family above the law? I have never heard of Ivanka Trump or husband, Jared, participating in pay to play schemes. The Clinton’s were always either using Bill’s half billion dollar speaking fees or donations to the Clinton foundation, as fronts for favors. Both the Saudi’s and the Russians got good deals from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

    Is it just me, or does Martin Schulz looks like a little pet Yorkie dog?

  3. If “Trump is a risk to his country and the entire world”, then Schulz and his Genossen are a high risk to the working German taxpayer.

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