History furnishes no example of a free republic, any thing like the extent of the United States. The Grecian republics were of small extent; so also was that of the Romans. Both of these, it is true, in process of time, extended their conquests over large territories of country; and the consequence was, that their governments were changed from that of free governments to those of the most tyrannical that ever existed in the world.
I noticed this video of a campaign rally in Mississippi where Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton “a bigot”. Of course, I am not shocked anymore at whatever Donald Trump says, but I noticed in this video a person who did seem a little shocked. I may have very well missed it, but I haven’t heard anyone on TV who noticed this lady [i.e., her expression]. And I assume, since this is in a campaign rally for Trump and she is sitting right there near the front, she is a big supporter for Trump-so, that is why I thought her expression was instructive of Trump’s words.
So, watch the expression of the lady on the left of the screen as Donald Trump is calling Hillary Clinton a bigot and I think you will agree with me, an expression, like a picture, tells a thousand words.
CNN video from Trump rally in Mississippi the night before [August 24, 2016]: