“I prefer to be offended by him on occasion than be left for dead by Hillary.”
During the past week-and-a-half, the elite media has been on a mission to obliterate Donald Trump’s candidacy with late-coming charges by women whose stories are being challenged by people in positions to know the truth.
On the other hand, the coverage of the WikiLeaks information related to Hillary Clinton, her Goldman Sachs speeches, the Clinton Foundation’s corruption, the war on Bill Clinton’s accusers, the war on Catholics, collusion with the Department of Justice, and the media collusion with her campaign has been dripping out slowly. Fortunately for the Republican candidate, the American people’s trust in the American press is such that Google searches for the term “Wikileaks” has dwarfed the searches related to the Trump scandal.
How is the ginned-up Trump scandal actually impacting women voters? While my vote has remained unchanged, I was interested in what other female supporters were saying.
Fox News pundit and conservative talk show host Tammy Bruce appeared on Face the Nation, and shared her thoughts:
…This nation is now going down the drain. And while I would prefer to have President Reagan back, we don’t, so what I’m looking at is I’m voting for Mr. Trump for the thousands of women who deserve to not be murdered as an example by the one of the 1.2 million illegal criminals, illegal alien criminals in this nation. There is violence.
It’s about economic freedom. It’s about the jobs. Again, I mentioned earlier the 3.7 million women in poverty since Obama became president. So, yes, of course we would prefer fabulousness at every level.
From Mr. Trump, I prefer to be offended by him on occasion than be left for dead by Hillary.
Bruce obtained one of her points from “Trump Truck” blog. In a heartfelt post, supporter Keely Sharp wrote that though Trump’s remarks made her cringe, there were 11 reasons why she was continuing her support for the Republican candidate.
- I stand behind my platform, and my beliefs, no matter who is the one representing us.
- Donald Trump has proven himself to be hospitable and his employees gleam over it.
- He is a smart, business man that can get this country back to where it needs to be.
- I would rather be insulted by Donald Trump, than left for dead by Hillary Clinton.
- Donald Trump wants to make America safe again, so I say, “Build that wall!”
- He supports Pro-Life, and that alone is enough for me to vote for him.
- He cannot be bought.
- He is not a fraudulent liar who deleted classified, government emails.
- He is genuine and works hard. I admire that.
- He cannot be drowned out by the presence of liberals.
- Donald would not have let our American soldiers just die in Benghazi, without at least trying to save them.
Over the weekend, female Twitter users tweeted their support for Donald Trump using the hashtag #WomenWhoVoteTrump, which trended on the social media site with more than 75,000 tweets.
Here is a sample:
— TrumpWeLikeYou! (@TrumpWeLikeYou) October 15, 2016
— Irma Hinojosa (@latinaafortrump) October 14, 2016
#WomenWhoVoteTrump are strong and independent. I don’t need feminism to know the rights I already have.
— DEPLORABLE DANI (@NimbleNavgater) October 14, 2016
On the other hand, opponents of Trump offer their weighty, tasteful, and reasoned opinion about the GOP’s presidential hopeful. Here is the cast and crew of Orange is the New Black:
You would think that Trump would be the pick of that particular cast and crew….but I digress.
Trust in the elite media is at an all-time low for good reason. I assert that the next phase of the election cycle will be the most toxic and brutal, as the elite media and the politically connected establishment double down to destroy the candidacy of a true outsider.
The media wants to undermine enthusiasm for Trump, who has massive rallies and connects readily to his audience. The press also wants to light a fire under Democrats, who are not inspired by Hillary Clinton (especially if they voted for Bernie Sanders).
So, yes, plenty of women will be voting for Donald Trump on Nov. 8th…despite the intersession of the press.DONATE
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