Donald Trump has Jewish grandkids, loves the KKK. Makes sense.

Once again, much of the mainstream media that is too lazy and self-serving to investigate the very dubious associations of a Democrat presidential candidate like Barack Obama is hauling out its Roto-Rooters to go after the Republican frontrunner, Donald Trump.  But the media operatives are still very lazy, or they could have saved themselves the embarrassment of trying to prove that Trump has KKK and far right militia sympathies with a simple bit of Googling.

For several days now, since CNN's Jake Tapper started this silly business of Trump not disavowing an endorsement from David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the KKK, the mainstream media, Trump's presidential opponents, and even GOP congressional leaders have all made fools of themselves over this non-issue issue.  Marco Rubio made an absolute, bobble-head fool of himself on Super Tuesday night endlessly attempting to link Trump with the KKK.  And that, folks, is the opinion of a voter who was in the Rubio camp until recently.

Trump could have put this foolishness to bed early and quite easily had he chosen to involve his family, which he most graciously didn't.  You see, Trump's beautiful daughter, Ivanka, married an Orthodox Jew, Jared Kushner, in 2009 and in preparation for that event converted to Judaism.  Jared's and Ivanka's two children are being raised in an Orthodox household, where Ivanka keeps kosher and the family observes the Jewish Sabbath.  At least one mainstream network, ABC News, seems to have picked up on this.

So all Donald had to do was cite that fact of his personal and family life and ask, "Now, do you really believe I would associate myself with the views of an organization that is so rabidly anti-Semitic as the Ku Klux Klan?"  If Trump were really the heartless exploiter his enemies try to make him out to be, he would have paraded his daughter and her family across the stage as he was pointing out their religious affiliation and thus how ridiculous this whole KKK business is.  Instead, those denouncing Trump look like fools and have paradoxically made their political nemesis look all the more a statesman and a family man.

Once again, much of the mainstream media that is too lazy and self-serving to investigate the very dubious associations of a Democrat presidential candidate like Barack Obama is hauling out its Roto-Rooters to go after the Republican frontrunner, Donald Trump.  But the media operatives are still very lazy, or they could have saved themselves the embarrassment of trying to prove that Trump has KKK and far right militia sympathies with a simple bit of Googling.

For several days now, since CNN's Jake Tapper started this silly business of Trump not disavowing an endorsement from David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the KKK, the mainstream media, Trump's presidential opponents, and even GOP congressional leaders have all made fools of themselves over this non-issue issue.  Marco Rubio made an absolute, bobble-head fool of himself on Super Tuesday night endlessly attempting to link Trump with the KKK.  And that, folks, is the opinion of a voter who was in the Rubio camp until recently.

Trump could have put this foolishness to bed early and quite easily had he chosen to involve his family, which he most graciously didn't.  You see, Trump's beautiful daughter, Ivanka, married an Orthodox Jew, Jared Kushner, in 2009 and in preparation for that event converted to Judaism.  Jared's and Ivanka's two children are being raised in an Orthodox household, where Ivanka keeps kosher and the family observes the Jewish Sabbath.  At least one mainstream network, ABC News, seems to have picked up on this.

So all Donald had to do was cite that fact of his personal and family life and ask, "Now, do you really believe I would associate myself with the views of an organization that is so rabidly anti-Semitic as the Ku Klux Klan?"  If Trump were really the heartless exploiter his enemies try to make him out to be, he would have paraded his daughter and her family across the stage as he was pointing out their religious affiliation and thus how ridiculous this whole KKK business is.  Instead, those denouncing Trump look like fools and have paradoxically made their political nemesis look all the more a statesman and a family man.