Katie Hopkins, former Apprentice UK contestant, now columnist, wrote a piece for the Daily Mail titled: ‘So Trump is (a very flawed) human – big deal. I’d rather be grabbed by the p**** than governed by one’.
She starts by saying it is difficult to listen to, but it was Trump bragging. He was being the ‘Alpha Male of the Media Pack’.
The ‘mass hysteria’ that has followed isn’t to scale with the event itself.
People have said that his comments ‘condone’ sexual assault. So far, though, not one woman has come forward to say that he ‘grabbed them by the p****’. If that happens, then the outrage is justified.
Trump is flawed, (as we all are,) but many critics get on their high horse and condemn him for his words.
Trump’s lewd talk offers ‘virtuous’ men the perfect platform to parade their feminist credentials.
John Oliver from Last Week Tonight slammed both Trump’s vulgar comments and the GOP’s lame reaction to them, calling Trump ‘one giant, salivating, dick-size-referencing, pussy-grabbing warthog in a red power tie’.
Sportsmen are falling over themselves to say their locker-room talk is nothing of the sort. That they never talk about women in this way…
…But for all the outrage and desertion I cannot say I am offended.
What he said was crude. But no worse than I heard on a train to work this morning, when two male managers were discussing their working trip to Vegas and their shared motto, ‘Never screw the payroll’, salivating over their memories of a woman who had indulged both of them, one laughing that ‘she was young enough to have been his daughter’, mentioning his child by name.
No worse than young women happily swiping right on Tinder, prostituting themselves for shared pleasure to a face on a screen — just bodies pleasing themselves, with only a side-swipe for permission.
Or politicians indulging themselves with rent boys, permission through payment; or Bill Clinton getting light relief from Monica in the Oval Office, permission through power.
Or the 74% of American men who would have an affair if they wouldn’t get caught, permission through secrecy.
Or the 1 in 5 Brits who say they have had an affair. Or those who go dogging in public toilets or are admitted to ER with an umbrella up their backside.
And certainly no worse than the Hillary-voting, smug rape-culture rappers who like to hang out at the Obama White House while peddling vile lyrics to kids that would make Trump blush.
And I am not concerned by any of this. If anything, I hope they all had a jolly good time.
These are people’s personal preferences. What any of us chooses to do in private is entirely our own affair. As I readily acknowledge, I have indulged in a few ‘preferences’ of my own.
But how can we harbor our own sticky secrets and sling mud at another?
How can we act shocked at a conversation about grabbing a woman without permission, when the very modern form of permission is money, power or a casual swipe right?…
…How casual we have become.And before you tell me, ‘Yes, but I am not running for President’ — neither was Donald. He was a businessman and reality TV show host when he had that private conversation in 2005.
The idea of standing for election wasn’t even a twinkle in his roving eye.
But he became a man so sick of the system and its failure to get things done that he decided to stand up for the little man.
To use his own money to fund his campaign. To try to give voice to those fed up with the Establishment telling them what to do, lining its own pockets all the while.
Donald Trump made it as the Republican candidate for President against all the odds. Because the average American shared his fatigue with politicians saying one thing and doing quite another, and was afraid of another four years of liberal politics losing control of immigration, the Supreme Court and the Second Amendment.
It will be a cruel irony if the very thing that sees Trump lose this election is that he has human flaws just like the rest of us.
If he fails, it will be he failed to be duplicitous enough to be part of the Establishment regular Americans simply cannot stand.
Read more: Daily Mail
Trump’s words were just words. Obama, Hillary, Kaine… they are soft. Clint Eastwood called out the ‘P*ssy Generation’, and those are the votes the Democrats want.
The US should be ‘Pussified’ according to their worldview.
Our leaders need to read this:
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The Effeminization Of The American Male
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That is, if the man-child will put down his frappuccino; shut the hell up and listen and obey everything he instructs them to do in his timely and tornadic tome.
In The Effeminization Of The American Male, Giles takes ‘Crispin’ from the unaccomplished, prissy and dank corridors of ‘Wussville’ up the steep, treacherous and unforgiving trail that leads to ‘Mantown.’
“Secretly, everybody’s getting tired of political correctness, kissing up. That’s the kiss-ass generation we’re in right now. We’re really in a p*ssy generation.” – Clint Eastwood
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It will most certainly offend the entitled whiners, but it will also be a breath of fresh air to young males who wish to be men versus hipster dandies.
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