Had the video below bookmarked; wasn’t sure what to do with it. But *somehow* right now seems to be a good time to post it.

Both because I’ve been off the grid and don’t have anything else to write about, and because of the fury from Trump world over the charge against Corey Lewandowski for battery on Michelle Fields.

Scrolling through Twitter, clearly the world has gone mad.

It started as a defense that Lewandowski never touched Fields, she made it up, and she’s a publicity hound.

Corey Lewandowski Tweet Never Touched You

Bill Mitchell Tweet Michelle Fields a Nut

Ann Coulter Tweet Michelle Fields Duke Lacrosse

Then surveillance video surfaced with the police charge and appears to show Lewandowski reaching for and pulling Fields:

Corey Lewandowski Michelle Fields Surveillance  Video 1

Corey Lewandowski Michelle Fields Surveillance  Video 2

Corey Lewandowski Michelle Fields Surveillance  Video 3

Now the defense has morphed into the claim that Fields deserved to be grabbed because she was a threat to Trump and maybe even battered him. All as I predicted weeks ago:

Trump has discovered that maybe HE was touched (even though the surveillance video doesn’t show that), and is threatening to file charges against Fields.



Ann Coulter, possibly Donald Trump’s biggest media attack dog, was on a show the other day hosted by Milo Yiannopoulos of Breitbart.com, and she referred to Trump as follows: “Our candidate is mental”

The Washington Examiner reports:

Defending billionaire businessman Donald Trump is like constantly having to bail a teenage son from prison, author and political commentator Ann Coulter groused in a recent radio interview.

“I’m a little testy with our man right now. Our candidate is mental! Do you realize our candidate is mental?” Coulter said jokingly during a taping of an episode of the “Milo Yiannopoulos Show,” which is scheduled to air in full this weekend. “It’s like constantly having to bail out your 16-year-old son from prison.” …

For Coulter, Trump’s attacks on Cruz’s wife may have crossed a line, and she wished he, “would be a teensy bit less low-brow.”

“This is the worst thing that he has done,” she said as her host laughed. “Everything else I could probably defend.”

Language Warning


Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.