But I don't, because it would go over their little SJW heads. You see, disagreeing with whatever their ideology is this week is the definition of "stupid" for them, and it has nothing to do with actual intelligence or brain power. Even they know, though, that it would be, well, stupid to say that Trump is short, because he's obviously tall. So I don't bother, because it would be a waste of time. They literally don't know what they're talking about with the stupid" thing.
Not only is Trump not stupid, he's probably about as intelligent as candidates for Presidents ever get. And he's intelligent not just in a mathy, college professor sense, but also in a street-smart sense, in that he's fast on his feet and he knows how to persuade people to his way of thinking. Bill Clinton was that way, too, in that he knew what to say and when to say it, but even he fell short of the Trump level. As for Hillary, forget it. Zero street smarts, and what intelligence she has is of the Lisa Simpson kiss-up-to-the-teacher variety.
She may have some smart handlers. We'll see. But her attempts to paint Trump as being a foreign policy danger somehow sound clunky coming from the Bloody Butchering Belle of Benghazi. She needs to do better than that. She's up against somebody slicker than her own Willy. Double-entendres not intended.
To read the rest of Scott Adams' insight on this particular subject, of truth, survival, evolution, and the science of persuasion. Think about that quote, and how understanding the position of "truth" in evolution is itself a scientific truth, and then go read Stott here:
Quibcag: Don't know where the cavekids came from, but I found them here:
Ah, in the comments section, Jay! informs me:
"The "cave kids" are caricatures of the characters of Puella Magi Madoka Magica. An anime that turned the "magical girl" sub-genre on its head."