This is the title of an article written by Mychal Massie on October 11, 2016. I do care what Trump said 11 years ago but on balance it will never be enough to sink his ship allowing Hillary free rein to dictate the destruction of the America that many of us respect and love. Massie with colorful language articulates what Hillary will do compared to what Trump has said. At the end of Massie’s article, note his credentials. Now before you stand on the moral tower high and lifted up, hear Massie as he exposes the hypocrisy of this lady and her family.
Unlike Clinton Zombies, I Care What Hillary Will Do
I continue to support Donald Trump for president, his not uncommon locker room braggadocio notwithstanding. I continue to support him because his observations pursuant male/female consensual adult sexual relations are no comparison to what the composition of the Supreme Court will be if Hillary Clinton is allowed to steal the election.
I’m not withdrawing my support because remarks he made 11 years ago, or last week, in no way impacted the respectful manner in which his female employees are treated. His remarks didn’t translate into a hostile work environment for women.
I am not withdrawing my support for Donald Trump because I am beyond outraged with the pernicious duplicity of the media and politicians who themselves are guilty of far more than just hollow words. And I particularly appalled at false piety.
Bill and Hillary Clinton rode into Washington on waves of sexual scandals, and proven accusations of bigotry and racism.Dolly Kyle author of the book “Hillary: The Other Woman,” was Bill Clinton’s lover during their time together in high school and during his marriage. Kyle tells of Hillary calling disabled children who were invited to an Easter egg hunt at the Arkansas Governor’s mansion “Fu*king ree-tards.” Kyle wrote that Hillary called the people of Arkansas “ignorant hillbillies.” Kyle wrote of Hillary referencing Jews as: “Stupid Kike[s]” and “fu*king Jew bastard[s]. Kyle joins a legion of people who insist that Bill Clinton called Reverend Jesse Jackson a “g**damned nigger.” The media saw nothing wrong with those remarks; in fact, the media and politicians ignores Hillary’s racism and anti-Semitism.
Donald Trump’s locker room talk didn’t result in Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willy being raped and Paula Jones being beaten. Donald Trump didn’t say when you drive through a trailer park Paula Jones is what you get – but the Clinton campaign did.
Donald Trump’s legacy is not stains on a blue dress. Does the media and dirty tricksters really want us to believe Mr. Trump’s earthy comments are worse than Bill Clinton using cigars as sexual devices on a White House intern in the Oval Office?
What Mr. Trump said 11 years ago or 1 year ago isn’t the same as Hillary Clinton abandoning Tyrone Woods, Sean Smith, Ambassador Stevens, and Glen Doherty to be murdered in Benghazi. Mr. Trump’s “alpha boasting” did not contribute to the national debt, to 95 million Americans being out of the job force, 50 million Americans being on food stamps, porous borders, terrorism in our streets, loss of jobs, ad nauseum.
Rapper Rick Ross has written the most vulgar and sexually graphic songs in the history of rap. One of Ross’s so-called songs was about about him drugging and raping “ho’s.” The media wasn’t interested when the hip-hop mogul attended an Obama White House event promoting the “empowerment” of black and Latino youth. Ross attended in full rap regalia complete with a court ordered ankle monitor as a condition of his release for kidnapping and assault charges. And these same people feign insult about locker room talk?
I support Donald Trump regardless of his “locker roomisms” because those comments aren’t the issue. The jobs report month ending was abysmal and economic indicators are telling us we will be in a full-blown recession by the general election.
Donald Trump’s remarks pale in comparison to Hillary telling Wall Street financiers it was necessary to deceive the public for her to carry out their mission. Mr. Trump’s alpha boasting in no way compares with Bill Clinton laughing and boasting that Hillary was making a mockery of FBI, et al.
I refuse to allow another candidate that We the People support to be destroyed as Karl Rove, the media, and politicians on both sides of the aisle did to Herman Cain. Do you not find it remotely curious that Karl Rove, the media, and amoral politicians say and do as they please with impunity but those we support are tarred and forced to drop out of races for saying and/or doing things that are not tangentially close to the words and actions of treasonous politicos?
It seems the only time it matters what a person running for office says is when it is someone We the People support. Well, not this time. We have real issues that must be addressed and jocular remarks made by Donald Trump 11 years ago or six months ago are not in the same discussion with what will happen if Rove helps Hillary steal this election.
I don’t care that Mr. Trump made off-color comments. I care that the next president will shape the Supreme Court for next 30-40 years. I care that the next president will either abolish obamacare or find a way to prop it up. I care that the next president will either protect our borders or allow illegals to flood our cities at a cost of hundreds of billions of dollars annually. I care that the next president will either respect the Constitution or deprive us of our Second Amendment rights.
We have significant concerns facing this nation and the absolute least of those concerns is a Mr. Trump comment in a sexually explicit conversation. Good grief, by the standards of these infidels David would not have remained King of Israel.
About Mychal Massie
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of the conservative Capitol Hill think tank, Project 21; and a former member of its parent think tank, the National Center for Public Policy Research.