Trump Endorses Roy Moore
Did anyone think for a second that Donald J. Trump would come out strongly against a man accused of pedophilia and sexual harassment? Trump has, as the expression goes, skeletons in his own closet. And as those bones rattle in the wind of the #MeToo movement, Trump doesn’t care because he knows his base doesn’t care about aberrant behavior and chauvinism, let alone pedophilia.
Trump is not a nice guy. He doesn’t care about anyone’s feelings. Everything is about him. 38% of the voters in America, and probably a healthy dose of the population of Alabama, see his belligerence as strength. The hostility that Trump weaponized against the women who came forward to accuse him of improper behavior right before the election is now being aimed at Roy Moore’s accusers. Trump sided with Moore.
Some people in Washington will argue that Trump didn’t really endorse Roy Moore, but that’s just more happy horseshit being flung over the fence. There are some serious problems on Capitol Hill as the mirror gets focused on harassment crimes without punishment in the House and Senate. We learn, once again, about the lack of discipline of men in power.
Trump’s indiscretions seem to have been washed out of the tidal basin of truth. In short, Trump was right. He could have shot someone on Fifth Avenue in New York and gotten away with it. But, why? Why would a nation of laws and equality have a double-standard for famous people? How can they believe in the Holy Bible while also believing in Roy Moore?
If you remember, this is the exchange on the Access Hollywood bus, Trump: “I better use some Tic Tacs just in case I start kissing her. You know, I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything.” Bush: “Whatever you want.” Trump: “Grab ’em by the pussy. You can do anything.”
The net result of that disclosure? Billy Bush lost a multi-million-dollar contract with NBC TV and Trump was elected President. After that, more than a dozen women came forward and accused Donald Trump of unwanted sexual contact. His position was, “I totally deny that any of what they say happened.”
Trump is like any politician. He cares more about power than morality. Perhaps if Roy Moore wins he can come to the Oval Office and he and Trump can sit around and slap each other on the back and declare a win over women. They can take a victory lap around the oppressed majority: women. How can women not see through the lies?
As Trump was leaving for his Thanksgiving vacation at his castle in Florida, he said, “Let me just tell you, Roy Moore denies it. That’s all I can say. He denies it. And by the way, he totally denies it.” And this year, Roy Moore can give thanks to the great Orange Leader for giving the far right, drugged evangelicals and the racist underbelly in Alabama an excuse to vote for a man who the Senate has vowed not to seat for moral reasons. All based on their perceptions that all those women are lying, they will cast their vote for another bad human. You’d think that being banned from a mall would have won them over.
If a woman was accused by dozens of men of drugging them and giving them hickeys all over their bodies so that their wives would think they did something wrong, every man in the House, Senate, Supreme Court and White House would convict that woman without a trial. The Republicans and Fox News have already convicted the Democrats who have been accused of improper behavior. They have made sexual harassment a political cause, terrible!
While all this is going on, Trump’s cronies are changing the way the internet will be governed and paving the way for Internet service providers and phone companies to exploit an international means of communication. You might want to google Net Neutrality and understand what the FCC plans to take away on December 13, 2017.
The hostile and defensive Department of Justice is doing Trump’s dirty work by blocking the merger between AT&T and Time Warner so that the President can make things difficult for CNN. Really? What became of the “end all the restrictions and rules” President YOU elected? He’s just another rich white guy trying to control everything. They call that a dictator in other countries.
Trump should hope that AT&T is NOT forced to sell CNN. They could sell it to AMAZON, or CBS or even the WASHINTON POST or NEW YORK TIMES, then what would Trump say? He cannot block the sale of a company, unless he would abuse his power. Oh, but wait, he’s already done that.
The charade foisted on the American public for the last 11 months has now been exposed and it’s nothing less than what our forefathers feared. They designed a system that no one man would have the amount of power that Trump has stolen. They built in stopgaps and separation of powers to guard against someone doing too much. It’s time to protect the Republic.
Congress needs to manage the little boy in the White House. Can you imagine these words coming from our president, “It wasn’t the White House, it wasn’t the State Department, it wasn’t father LaVar’s so-called people on the ground in China that got his son out of a long-term prison sentence – IT WAS ME. Too bad! LaVar is just a poor man’s version of Don King, but without the hair.”
I wonder why Donald J. Trump needs so much confirmation and adulation thrown his way? This man seems to be so insecure that he cannot physically or mentally stand to be rebuked. It’s time to #RebukeTrump. “Grab ’em by the pussy. You can do anything.” #RebukeTrump
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