We Aren’t Here To Elect A Nice Guy

The rabid dogs of the media finally received the red meat they have been waiting on for over a year: a story to take Trump down. This may or may not be a fatal blow to Trump’s campaign. Therefore don’t underestimate a man who has defied all political logic. It depends on how well he pivots away from the 2005 audiotape towards the atrocious and abusive record that Bill AND Hillary Clinton have with women. Fortunately, both of the Clintons make Donald look like an angel despite the media’s lack of portraying the real Clintons.

Does Bill Clinton’s behavior have an effect on Trump’s chances of putting on the fire of this scandal? The answer is absolutely. Hillary was not a harmless lady trying to stay faithful to her husband during his times of sexual deviance and abuse. I want to contrast that with what Hillary wants you to think about how she approaches deplorable behavior towards women:

I want to send a message to every survivor of sexual assault: Don’t let anyone silence your voice. You have the right to be heard. You have the right to be believed, and we’re with you.

This was on Clinton’s campaign website and later taken off. That’s because she cannot parade around claiming to be a champion of women when anytime Bill abused or had consensual extramarital relations, Hillary would engage in “mob-like tactics” to silence the victims. You can ask any victim of Bill Clinton, and they will tell you that they were intimidated by extensions of Bill and Hillary. This is not “hear-say,” it’s a consistent trend among the victims. Here are two excerpts that show it from a Washington Times article:

Mrs. Clinton would work side by side with Betsey Wright, then her husband’s top aide, to collect personal papers, correspondence and any official records on the women that could be used against them. The team also hired detectives to dig up whatever they could to snuff out what Mrs. Wright dubbed the “bimbo interruptions” before they could become a threat to his presidential aspirations, Mr. Bernstein reported.

“What really turned me off was what I call secret police,” Mr. Morris said in an interview with Larry King on Ora TV’s “PoliticKing” last year. “When she [Hillary] hired this fleet of detectives to go around examining all of the women who had been identified with Clinton Not for the purpose of divorcing Clinton Not for the purpose of getting him to stop, but for the purpose of developing blackmail material on these woman to cow them into silence that had a Nixonian quality to it that I hold against her, and I continue to.”

There’s just a bit of equalizing evidence to counter this Trump scandal. I could go on for pages and pages more, but this makes my point. Donald Trump is a human being. He has made some mistakes by saying things that you definitely do not want recorded. It makes a difference that this was also a DECADE old. He never thought he would be running for office at that time. If he was engaging in this kind of talk now, I would probably consider recanting my support for him. It would indicate that he is not taking this campaign seriously. Trump is a changed man and is purely interested in working for the American people, not donors like the rest of the political class. It strongly pales in comparison to Bill AND Hillary’s actions against women. Furthermore, discussing either candidates’ history with women is merely a distraction from the top three major issues: the economy, terrorism, and immigration. The media won’t focus on that though because they only want to destroy Trump. This is not a presidential race about who is the nicest person, especially considering neither of them are. This is about electing someone to fix this country on a track to losing its superpower status. Donald Trump remains the only candidate to do this based on his policy proposals. Do not be blinded by emotional politics.


6 Comments Add yours

  1. I guess we differ here. I do believe we try to elect someone who has the ability to lead, someone who has judgment. Perhaps the top two candidates have failed in judgment, but I believe one has experience and a track record of working for people, flaws and all.

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    1. th3platform says:

      Yes ma’am we will have to respectfully disagree. I support your judgement. To me, she has experience but it’s all bad experience. Trump will be like Reagan. He won’t have experience but he will elect genuine people who do, not political hacks. Governor Pence is a perfect example. Imagine people like him all throughout our federal government.

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      1. I think he is a far way from Reagan, but, at least Hillary knows who the players are, the countries, the nuances of various governments of which I think is important. So, yes we disagree. I would rather vote for Pence because he more closely aligns with my values, and has the experience. I just can’t for Trump, he has neither.

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      2. th3platform says:

        Perfectly understandable ma’am.

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  2. Great point!! Trump said lots of ignorant, bigoted things. Clintons have raped, bullied, and KILLED lot of people!! No comparison!

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