Trump’s 2005 Access Hollywood hot-mic moment is the October surprise that the entire Democratic Party, as well as the establishment wing of the GOP, was hoping for.
Top Republicans are pulling their support for presidential nominee Donald Trump and calling for Trump to step aside and let vice presidential pick Gov. Mike Pence take the reins as the party’s nominee.
With the exception of Senators Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, and others, the overwhelming majority of the opposition against Trump is from those so-called “centrist” Republicans.
Fat chance Trump will back out at this juncture. Donald Trump has already infatically stated that he would “never drop out” of the race.
The media and establishment want me out of the race so badly – I WILL NEVER DROP OUT OF THE RACE, WILL NEVER LET MY SUPPORTERS DOWN! #MAGA
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 8, 2016
Also, regardless of what he said, Trump is still the best chance the GOP has to defeat Clinton, not Pence.
Donald Trump supporters are fanatical about him, not Pence.
Trump’s remarks are now being used against Republican incumbent members of Congress currently embroiled in close and contentious races, making those contests that much more hairy.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R) is at risk of losing her seat in the US Senate, so her dropping her endorsement of Trump was expected.
Ayotte’s colleague, Florida Senator Marco Rubio has also joined the chorus of objection over “The Donald’s” use of a vulgar term to describe a woman’s vagina.
“No one should ever talk about any woman in those terms, even in private.”-Sen. Marco Rubio (R)
Donald’s comments were vulgar, egregious & impossible to justify.
No one should ever talk about any woman in those terms, even in private.
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) October 8, 2016
But while Rubio is right about using degrading language when referencing women, that same kind of verbiage is widely used in today’s society, especially by the rap musicians Rubio and many others listens to.
Pick a rapper, any rapper male of female.
Ok, here are a few female rappers and their potty mouths:
So high in the line on green / with a unit on my face, so mean-Khia -“My Back, My Neck” (2002)
Niggas better grab a seat / Grab on your d*cks as this bitch gets deep / Deeper than the p*ssy of a bitch six feet / Stiff d*cks feel sweet in this little petite-Junior M.A.F.I.A. “Get Money” (1995)
I got my eye on the guy in the Woolrich coat / Don’t he know Queen Bee got the ill deep throat? / Uh! Let me show you what I’m all about / How I make a Sprite can disappear in my mouth-Lil’ Kim “The Jump Off” (2003)
In public, but mostly in private, men and women use vulgarities to describe human reproductive organs or use sexist terms such as “piece of ass” to describe a person they find attractive.
I don’t have to list all of the terms, but both sexes use these terms on a regular basis.
How many times have you heard a woman or a man state, “I’d do him?” Or “I’d do her?”
Also, how many times have you uttered such terms while in the privacy of your bedroom?
Republican strategist Ana Navarro, along with many other establishment and comprehensive immigration reform-supporting Republicans, hate Donald Trump.
This we all know, especially after Trump made those famous controversial Mexican remarks that many English as a second language individuals heads explode.
Navarro & Friends had all given one-time presidential candidate Jeb Bush, a deep and full-throated endorsement. Navarro recently appeared on CNN where she seemingly lost her marbles by repeatedly using the vulgar term in question.
It was a mouthful of vulgarity.
Navarro’s repeated use of the “P” word to describe the female genitalia was offensive because she said it deliberately to draw attention to herself without regard for who was watching.
Most individuals, regardless of the languages they speak, have at some point in their lives said something that can be perceived as being racist, sexist, or vulgar.
While most will deny this assertion, they have, and they know it.
It is still unclear if Trump’s “va jay jay” remark will hurt Republicans down-ticket. With his seat seen as a ‘must retain’ for the GOP, Rubio is only a couple points ahead of his Democratic senatorial opponent in his bid for re-election to the US Senate.
Rubio needs to win if Republicans are to retain the majority in the Senate.