Sunday, October 9, 2016

Protect Your Pussy

I guess all you needed was a clutch purse?

As we all Know...Donald Trump made some pretty lewd comments on a 2005 tape....People and in particular, the Republican Party is outraged, shocked and appalled....

Mr. Trump, then newly married to Ms. Trump, crassly boasted about groping women’s genitals, vulgarly commented on their bodies and generally described women as sex objects who could not resist his advances.

In his video statement released early Saturday, Mr. Trump said: “Anyone who knows me knows these words don’t reflect who I am. I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize.”
“I pledge to be a better man tomorrow and will never, ever let you down,” he added, before ending the message with a promise to bring up the sex scandals of Bill Clinton’s presidency and Hillary Clinton’s response to them. Excuse me....Bill Clinton IS NOT RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT!

Inside Trump Tower, though, Mr. Trump’s defiant public responses belied the reality of a 24-hour period in which he was alternately angry and distressed, according to two people with direct knowledge of his behavior who were granted anonymity to discuss private conversations.

Mr. Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, initially expressed skepticism upon hearing word that such an audiotape existed, saying those comments did not sound like him. When Mr. Trump heard the tape played, he acknowledged it was him, but he believed the fallout would not be dramatic.

Mr. Pence, however,  was dismayed, and called into Trump headquarters on Friday night to urge Mr. Trump to apologize.

On Saturday morning, Mr. Pence called Mr. Trump and told him he had to handle the next 48 hours alone because he did not think he would be an effective surrogate.

Mr. Trump, after monitoring cable television coverage, realized he was becoming isolated by his party.
Mr. Trump’s aides did not explicitly ask top advisers and allies to do their usual defense of Mr. Trump’s comments, according to one person briefed on the discussions, but they did ask people to stand strong by his side. A few supporters did, including Ben Carson; the conservative radio host Laura Ingraham; and Robert and Rebekah Mercer, the wealthy father and daughter who are perhaps Mr. Trump’s most important backers, and who said in a statement that they considered the video “locker room braggadocio.”


They are the exceptions...Everybody else is jumping this sinking ship and withdrawing their support and asking for this vile man to step down....

Why?  Why Now?  Hasn't he been saying vile things throughout this campaign and years before that should have shocked outraged and appalled them?


I just don't understand the sheer volume of the outrage over Trump's latest comments......ARE YOU SURPRISED??? This is who this man has been telling you he is for close to 20 years...Why are people just now getting outraged and upset???...He is who you thought he was!

Or is it because.... this vile talk was about white women. The outrage has changed because of his target. African Americans...no response. Mexicans ....no response. Muslims....no response. White women....HE MUST BE STOPPED.

Such Hypocrisy....That's what is appalling to me...but not shocking....

Republicans...Some anyway , want to know why they are polling zero with African-Americans ,Latinos , women  and white males with more than a high school education...This is why...This is why right here..

II-
In all seriousness-Influential Republicans began to abandon Donald Trump by the dozens yesterday after the release of a video showing him speaking of women in vulgar sexual terms, delivering a punishing blow to his campaign and plunging the party into crisis a month before the election.
Fearing that his candidacy was on the verge of undermining the entire Republican ticket next month, a group of senators and House members withdrew support for him, with some demanding that he step aside. Mr. Trump, however, vowed to stay in the race.


The list of party figures publicly rejecting Mr. Trump included a host of prominent elected officials, perhaps most notably Senator John McCain of Arizona, the 2008 nominee.
“I thought it important I respect the fact that Donald Trump won a majority of the delegates by the rules our party set,” Mr. McCain said in a statement. “But Donald Trump’s behavior this week, concluding with the disclosure of his demeaning comments about women and his boasts about sexual assaults, make it impossible to continue to offer even conditional support for his candidacy.”
And in an unheard-of rebuke by a running mate, Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana, the Republican vice-presidential candidate, declined to appear on Mr. Trump’s behalf at a party gathering in Wisconsin and offered him something of an ultimatum on Saturday afternoon.


Mr. Pence said in a statement he was “offended by the words and actions described by Donald Trump” in the video, and cast Mr. Trump’s second debate with Hillary Clinton, on Sunday, as an urgent moment to turn around the campaign.

“I do not condone his remarks and cannot defend them,” Mr. Pence said, adding, “We pray for his family and look forward to the opportunity he has to show what is in his heart when he goes before the nation tomorrow night.”

By early evening, no fewer than 35 Republican members of Congress and governors who had not previously ruled out supporting Mr. Trump disavowed his candidacy, an unprecedented desertion by the institutional Republican Party of its own standard-bearer.

The growing wall of opposition recalled the determination of the party establishment this year to deny Mr. Trump the nomination in the first place.

But while he easily swatted away that effort to derail his candidacy, Mr. Trump now finds himself in a far more precarious state. Facing a more vast and diverse electorate, his underfunded and lightly organized campaign was already listing before the videotape was released.

Let's see if he can perform well enough tonight in the second debate to offset this....I seriously doubt this...

And any ladies standing in the corridor...Use those clutch bags....protect it...Donald might reach up under your skirt and yank your panties down!

7 comments:

Swaggie said...

LMAO!

Toni said...

Is this Keith's Space or Escapades I'm Reading? LMAO!

Angie B. said...

You have gone too far now! LMAO!

Grover Tha Playboy said...

LMAO!

George S. said...

Too Much! Too Much! LMBAO!

Sean said...

Way to go Keith...You hit this one out the park.

Anonymous said...

I think it has less to do with "white women" and more to do with "brock turner."




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