Leaked Video Shows Trump BURNING Evidence Of What He Did To Vulnerable OLD Lady

Video Shows Trump BURNING Evidence Of What He Did To OLD Lady

Donald Trump has been hammered from day 1 since announcing his bid for president by the left as well as the right. His haters are feverishly trying to dig up dirt on the Donald, bashing him as a racist and other ridiculous allegations. Nobody in the media reports all the great things that Donald Trump has done. They portray him as an evil billionaire businessman who is out of touch with us ‘common folks’ but in reality, that is just flat out FALSE.

An example of Trump’s true character as well as his big heart and generosity happened back in 1986, when farmers were struggling due to what is described as the worst agricultural crisis since the Great Depression, according to Jim Galloway at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Farms were folding, being foreclosed on and being auctioned off. These were desperate times for many Americans.

A farmer by the name of Lenard Dozier Hill III , a third-generation grower of cotton and soybean was about to have his farm auctioned off at the courthouse steps on the morning of Feb. 4. That same morning, in a desperate move to save the farm Mr. Hill committed suicide in his bedroom. Next to his rifle was a stack of life insurance policies. He intended the insurance to pay out enough money to save the family farm but there was one MAJOR problem- most, if not all, life insurance policies include a clause that prohibits payment in cases of suicide.

What happened next will show you just how big of a heart The Donald really has.

Hill’s desperate act struck a chord. Reporters and TV crews descended on the Waynesboro church where the funeral was held. Vandals painted “farmer killer” on the door of the local bank.

Once the family realized the financial futility of Hill’s suicide, the burden of saving the farm fell on his widow, Annabel Hill, a 66-year-old teacher and social worker with gray hair and large glasses.

The widow was already familiar with Frank Argenbright, a wealthy and white Atlanta businessman who had made a name for himself by organizing the successful effort to save the farm of a black farmer in Cochran named Oscar Lorick.


Trump told the Atlanta businessman that his wife, Ivana, had seen the report on the Hill family’s plight on the network news, and she suggested that he get involved. The magnate summoned Argenbright and the Hills to New York. After a brief interview, Trump signed onto the cause.

Accounts of what followed differ. In his book “The Art of the Deal,” Trump wrote that, in a phone call, he twisted the arm of a vice president of the Georgia bank that held the Hill mortgage.

“I said to the guy, ‘You listen to me. If you do foreclose, I’ll bring a lawsuit for murder against you and your bank, on the grounds that you harassed Mrs. Hill’s husband to his death.’ All of a sudden, the banker sounded very nervous and said he’d get right back to me. Sometimes it pays to be a little wild,” Trump wrote.

Donald Trump staved off the foreclosure by giving Mrs. Hill $20,000 of his own money to pay the bank and get her loan up to date. And he wanted to do it while keeping his name out of the picture.


Associated Press File photo
Donald Trump and Annabel Hill of Georgia in 1986. They are burning her farm mortgage after she received help from Trump.

During a press conference on the courthouse steps in Waynesboro announcing the delay, Frank Argenbright only spoke of a “New York developer” when asked who stepped in and helped. But it didn’t take long for people to figure out that it was Donald Trump.

Sean Brown at Mad World News adds:

Trump helped Hill raise money from people across the country to pay the loan off in its entirety, then he and a Texas oilman donated the last $78,000 Hill needed. Two days before Christmas, the family held a “mortgage burning ceremony,” then Trump paid to fly the Hills out to New York to have breakfast with him.

“We saw a whole different side of him that was kindhearted, to reach out to us, to help us,” said Hill’s daughter, Betsy Sharp. “Most people don’t know and see that side. All they see is just the ‘blurt’ that people put on the TV. They don’t see the other side of him, and that’s what my family got to experience.”

Thanks to the efforts from Trump, the family farm was saved. Annabel Hill died in 2011 at the age of 91, but the farm remains in family hands with Leonard Dozier Hill IV at the helm. Sharp lives in Columbia County and manages a surgery center, and when asked, she said she would proudly campaign with The Donald.

As you can see, Donald Trump IS a man of the people and has a HUGE heart. In contrast Barack Obama is complete garbage.


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