Who is the ‘plant’ questioning Trump at NH townhall?

Update!  Mystery solved! Thanks to readers who found that the bearded man is Darren Ornitz who lives in Brooklyn, NY. He may have earlier lived in Greenwich, CT.  He is a Reuters freelance photographer and is “leaning toward” supporting Bernie Sanders.  Once you know his name the rest falls into place. Here is one report on him.  http://www.cnn.com/2016/02/08/politics/donald-trump-syria-refugee-crisis/

It would be very informative (and fun) to figure out who is the bearded man (obviously a plant) who asked Trump if he could look Syrian kids in the face and tell them they can’t come to America.

Click here and see my post just now at Refugee Resettlement Watch for details and to see the video.  Trump gave a very good answer.

Who is the bearded man trying to take the microphone from Trump’s man?  He says he is from Greenwich, CT. He denies he is working for Hillary. Is he involved with CAIR CT? Does he work for a refugee resettlement contractor? Or, does he work for Bush or any other Republican candidate?  It would be so informative to find out.

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7 thoughts on “Who is the ‘plant’ questioning Trump at NH townhall?”

  1. My “virtual” Trump responses would be:

    “I can look at their faces and say, ‘Look, you can’t come here,’” Trump said after 30 year-old Darren Ornitz of Greenwich, Connecticut asked… “…because I want to look into the faces of American children and say, we, the Trump Administration, protected you, your life, your liberty and your pursuit of happiness.”

    “The idea of being able to actually look at a child and say, ‘You’re not actually able to come live in my community because of political reasons,’ or whatever, is just very off … It just perpetuates issues of division and discrimination…said Ornitz, “I don’t know where you got the idea that the federal government is required by law or tradition to ignore any real or potential harm or danger to the American people for any reason. Of course, it’s political. It’s not discriminating in the sense you’re talking about. It’s discernment. The federal government’s job is to make political decisions about protecting America and Americans. Above that, it’s moral and completely inline with the principles this country was founded on, just like it is in every other country in the world, whether they do it or not. That’s the way it’s supposed to be and was until multiculturalism and cheap labor for big money donors became more important than helping and protecting Americans first and foremost. YOU go look the black child and the brown, yellow or white children of other low-wage workers in the face and tell them why they don’t have their government’s protection of their right and their parents’ right to be physically protected and to get a good job where they can climb the ladder out of poverty. It’s the government’s job, their sworn duty, their reason for existing. It’s not negotiable.”

    Mr. Ornitz is just another useful idiot…with a foolish agenda.

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    1. And we should always rely on Bernie Sanders-leaning, non-resident opinion-givers to help us decide who to vote for to be POTUS, right?

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      1. At least gas prices are low right now, but I’m sure someone with agenda dough would have picked up the tab…maybe did.

        Mr. Ornitz’s sad attempt to use shame tactics is worthless in the face of reality. Bless his heart…he’s gonna wish he had listened and done his own homework one day.

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      1. Oh gee! What a surprise! And to think fifth graders suffering through Common Core are smarter than our vaulted “religious” volags. When it happens again, and it will, at least, the government will have company in “owning” it.

        My elderly minister father is horrified by “the falling away of churches and their succumbing to the tickling of their ears.” I join him. As my dad said, “God is not politically correct. He’s just.”

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  2. This from Patrick Cleburne’s article on VDare.com’s blog today, quoting CNN’s Jeremy Diamond (the last paragraph below is from Cleburne):

    CNN’s account Donald Trump: I can tell refugees ‘you can’t come here’ by Jeremy Diamond Mon February 8, 2015 adds some interesting detail:

    “I can look at their faces and say, ‘Look, you can’t come here,’” Trump said after 30 year-old Darren Ornitz of Greenwich, Connecticut asked…

    But Ornitz, who came to New Hampshire to attend different events with different presidential candidates, said… he was “not at all” satisfied with the response.

    “The idea of being able to actually look at a child and say, ‘You’re not actually able to come live in my community because of political reasons,’ or whatever, is just very off … It just perpetuates issues of division and discrimination…said Ornitz, who told CNN he is leaning toward supporting Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary.

    Darren Ornitz is apparently a photojournalist who actually lives in Brooklyn. The agenda he was pursuing at the meeting had nothing to do with the well being of the people of New Hampshire

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