Trump’s performance in the second presidential debate was a triumph. Tuning into the post-debate chatter was a complete disconnect from reality. CNN was sickening — the Clinton News Network is an understatement. It’s as if everything she was weak on last night, Wolf Blitzer and co. were fixing — explaining away — while talking about the Trump video all the time. As if. Not once will you hear them admit there are plenty of women who want to be kissed or have their p—- grabbed by a rich and successful man. I think they were once upon a time called sluts. But we’re not supposed to be slut-shaming anyone. That’s a no-no. A female politician who believes in consensual crotch-grabbing would be lauded. Why? Veiled slut-shaming — especially because the left used to say we (on the right) cared about family values, so we’re hypocrites and we should be ashamed, but this time they claim that THEY’RE disgusted for their daughters, wives, co-workers (who, btw, they made into whores) by the coarsening of the culture, for which they themselves are responsible. Women have now officially received no benefit from “women’s liberation” and the sexual revolution — no paid dates, no marriage, no stigma of deadbeat dads, so no aid, and no even-par with men on free sex, just a bunch of STDs, antidepressants and a lifetime of working — and you’re still a whore if you get laid. That’s the real takeaway from the Trump video.
The media has gone into overdrive to convince us that we didn’t see what we saw last night, which was an unqualified Trump win.
I don’t care how many Republicans jump ship or what the media is telling us that we think: you don’t know how the majority feels until an election — provided it’s fair. When there used to be only left-wing media who said terrible things about Reagan, he still won. The Republicans who bolted have exposed themselves. They showed us who they are — these people will never have our backs. They’d rather set our house on fire then fight for the future of this country.
This is a coarsened reality culture, and the American people may care a lot less than you think about all these tricks. When the Republicans took the House for the first time in forty years, you’d never had had an inkling by the reports leading up to those midterm elections. In fact, Peter Jennings was so shocked, he said Americans collectively had a temper tantrum.
Go by two things:
1) Who’s more charismatic?
2) What are commenters on liberal sites saying? It’s all good. Our problem has really become one of election stealing, with dead votes, voting twice, immigrant voters, motor voters, Acorn, intimidation, lost boxes of ballots, found boxes of ballots, discounting of the military vote, not counting absentee ballots, electronic machines and hanging chads and no paper trail and lengthening registration time before an election, early voting, etc. In a close election, these things turn the tide, and I wonder whether we can win anymore in the absence of an overwhelming majority.
There is a very real disconnect between what we are thinking, what we are told to think and who we are going to vote for.
There is a definite pattern here with a complicit media… they used to just slant news and cover the news fitting their views with media silence on stories they didn’t like, but now they are fabricating elaborately — not just gossip like a GHWB mistress or Romney tax evading, now it’s disinformation, so they can’t be held to anything …all while they get ready to spring surprises they’ve been holding on Trump for just the right time in October, like the weekend before the election, W’s DUI from years ago came out, but they didn’t prevail then, and I hope they won’t now.
Maybe people will be worn out. The attacks will look contrived and obvious. Maybe the Republicans will get tired of jumping ship and getting back on. Maybe it will be too little too late.