Progressives have spent the past eight years shoving the five pillars of Islam, white privilege, micro-aggressions, transgender bathrooms, slamming away at the Second Amendment, trigger warnings, the race card, war on law enforcement and unthinkable perversions in the face of Americans, especially our young but have the audacity to feign faux outrage over an eleven year old tape of a private conversation between Donald Trump and Billy Bush labeling the conversation a “hot mic moment,” a convenient term to justify their right to making a private conversation public to take Donald Trump out of the game.
Then you have Hillary “oh dear me, I can’t believe my virgin ears” Clinton who takes money from nations that hang and throw gays from rooftops, stone and burn women to death and whose husband is a sexual predator along with foul-mouthed feminists accusing Trump of being sexist.
Equally culpable in the plot to destroy Donald Trump is the Republican Party leadership who for the sixth time (or so it seems) this presidential season lined up this weekend to rescind their endorsement of Donald Trump, the 2016 Republican Party nominee because of a private conversation that occurred over a decade ago and as if they establishment boys’ club never engaged in “guy talk” in the men’s shower, locker room, bar, golf course, wherever.
Author Ed Klein describes the chutzpah of the Republican Party and last night’s debate:
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“Did it make Donald Trump look kind of bad? Yes, of course it did. But the very people, including many, many Republicans, who got on their high horse, their self-righteous high horses about this, are the same guys who turn on pornography when they are traveling in Marriott hotels, and who often sleep with their secretaries on Capitol Hill, and do many more, worse things than Donald Trump has done in his life…”
You can’t make this stuff up but this latest anti-Trump ploy by the Republican Party leadership and pundits aka NEVERTRUMPERS who from day one has remained hell bent on keeping Donald Trump out of the White House should surprise no one.
Progressives regardless of how vile their candidate may be will form a circle of protection around that candidate while the Republican Party leadership and crew who look down their noses on Trump and their voters, abandon ship throwing everyone under the bus.
One more thing, professional athletes are bashing Trump and denying the existence of locker room talk. Who are they kidding?
When one takes into consideration the history of professional athletes in America, many of whom themselves are sexual predators, abusive to women and enjoy locker room talk one can’t help but insist that they not go there. Trash talking is as old as time, so don’t.
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From Paul Ryan down, the Republican Party leadership intended from day one to cast its lot with their fellow elitists and perverts on their left in order to maintain the power structure that a Trump presidency would obviously disrupt.
To make this about a private conversation is disingenuous, manufactured outrage and insults the intelligence of the electorate. That being said, if the Republican Party REALLY wants to draw this line in the sand, SO BE IT but first a warning to the GOPe, if you cowards do this know that you may very well be forcing open a can of worms that you will be unable to contain.
In addition to Ed Klein’s statement that Republican politicians commit far worse acts than Trump, enter Kellyanne Conway, Donald Trump’s campaign manager who on Sunday during an interview after the presidential debate with MSNBC’s Chris Matthews hinted that members of the Republican Party, some of whom rescinded their endorsement of Donald Trump made “unwanted advances” years ago towards Conway and other young women.
When MSNBC’s Chris Matthews asked Conway about Trump’s loss of support among congressional Republicans following disclosure of crass comments he made about women in 2005, she said those critics are hypocrites.
“I would talk to some members of Congress out there — when I was younger and prettier — them rubbing up against girls, sticking their tongues down women’s throats who were uninvited, who didn’t like it,” the 49-year-old mother of four told MSNBC after the debate.
“And some of them, by the way, are on the list of people who won’t support Donald Trump because they all ride around on their high horse….”
Short memories or creatures of habit underestimating the intelligence of those not in their circle?