Yesterday, WDIV-TV aired segment featuring a debate of sorts between Republican Foreclosure vulture David Trott and his MI-11 Democratic opponent Bobby McKenzie. It was a contentious debate and I’m told a number of f-bombs were tossed during the commercial break and afterwards.
McKenzie repeatedly hammered Trott on his foreclosure activities that tossed 80,000 people out of their homes in one year. Trott doubled down on his position that Obamacare has to be repealed and replaced and on his opposition to marriage equality.
Trott refused to call McKenzie by his proper first name, repeatedly calling him “Bob” throughout the debate.
Let’s roll tape:
Tonight there will be a protest of Trott during a fundraiser featuring two out of state Congressmen where “Wall Street Bankers” will “Thank their ‘Foreclosure King’ Trott”. The event will start at 4:30 at Dick O’Dow’s Irish Pub at 160 W. Maple Rd. in Birmingham.
Wall Street bankers will be attending a fundraiser this evening for “Foreclosure King” David Trott’s congressional campaign in an attempt to thank him. Trott worked on behalf of Wall Street Banks, helping them make billions of dollars by kicking hundreds of thousands of Michigan families out of their homes, up to 80,000 in a single year.
“Our ‘Foreclosure King’ has been a strong advocate for us and for our profits,” said one Wall Street banker who asked not to be identified. “He’s made no apologies for his goals of increasing our profits at the expense of hundreds of thousands of Michigan families, even telling the Detroit Free Press that he prefers to defer to the banks and that he makes more money by foreclosing than by helping the homeowner keep the home. I cannot thank him enough”
Organizers are asking people to “dress up as Wall Street Bankers to thank Trott for foreclosing on so many middle class Michiganders and making them piles of money.”
There will be another one tomorrow in Farmington at a Trott meet and greet event. Organizers “want to have a Royal Court of Human Misery show up to greet Foreclosure King Trott.” This will be at Cowley and Sons from 6:00-7:30, 33338 Grand River Ave.