Oct 092016

Political hypocrisy, ignorance, dishonesty, and stupidity in American politics

It was just revealed that eleven years ago the showbiz iteration of Donald Trump said some things that men all over the world have been saying for, let’s see, thousands of years, and Americans, especially Democrats, are shocked. But don’t get the smelling salts; get the truth serum!

While I understand and agree that Mr. Trump’s words were not what we want to hear from a presidential candidate, the fact is that they pale in comparison to the actual transgressions against women by the serial female abuser, President William Clinton.

Yet the people who now condemn Mr. Trump’s words are the same people who dismissed Bill Clinton’s deplorable acts against women. They tell us that Mr. Trump is unfit to be president of the United States because of words he spoke in private over a decade ago. Just think about that for a few moments: A long list of very credible women accused our then president, Bill Clinton, of gross anti-women abuse, including rape. In fact, President Clinton paid at least one of these women, Paula Jones, almost $1 million to essentially get lost. Feminists, feminist organizations like NOW, and the left-wing media simply looked the other way and accused Republicans of mounting a witch hunt.

As though President Clinton’s history of gross abuse of women was not enough to disqualify a sitting president in the minds of these dishonest left-wing hypocrites, it was then revealed that our president was having sexual relations in the White House with Monica Lewinsky, one of his young female interns. Our president was using the power we the people gave him to barter for sexual favors from a starry-eyed young woman and he received those favors in our White House—in and about the Oval Office! Yet once again in a truly amazing display of blatant hypocrisy, the feminists, Democrats, and the left-wing media either looked the other way or accused Republicans of a engaging in a political witch hunt.

At the risk of overburdening an already heavy, yet cogent, point, I’ll throw in President John F. Kennedy just because I can. Not only did his fellow Democrats and their friends in the media hide President Kennedy’s extraordinarily robust philandering, they actually created an alternate reality story about John and Jackie, which they called Camelot. It was quite remarkable. Kennedy was fond of saying that he needed sex at least four times a day in order to function properly. The thing is; most of his needs were not fulfilled with his Queen of Camelot, Jackie Kennedy, but with other women—including Marilyn Monroe. I’m not judging the man (the truth is I liked him), I’m just stating the facts and Camelot it was not. While I’m at it let me pose an obvious question: What do you think you would hear if someone had recorded President John Kennedy in private conversations with his buddies about the countless women he slept with or wanted to sleep with? There’s a little reality check for you.

A few more things to think about

When confronted with his undeniable gross abuse of women while he was in the White House, President Clinton not only denied it, he lied under oath and was subsequently impeached and disbarred.

When confronted with his words of 11 years ago, Mr. Trump acknowledged his indiscretion, owned his words, apologized, and promised the American people that he would never behave that way again.

In other words, Clinton weaseled out and Trump manned up.

When confronted with her husband’s gross abuse of women, Hillary Clinton viciously attacked her husband’s victims and labeled them with any number of demeaning words.

Hillary trashed her husband's victims.

When confronted with her husband’s unsavory words, Melania Trump said the following:

“The words my husband used are unacceptable and offensive to me. This does not represent the man that I know. He has the heart and mind of a leader. I hope people will accept his apology, as I have, and focus on the important issues facing our nation and the world.”

In other words, Hillary Clinton revealed her lack of character and rather than acknowledging her husband’s gross abuse of women, she trashed the women he had abused. Compare that to Melania Trump’s honest and humble response.

So that’s what is going on inside the madhouse of American politics. Now they say that because of Trump’s words he is unfit to be president of the United States. So some raunchy locker room banter is worse than actual physical and psychological abuse of women? And Bill Clinton is still regarded as one of the most popular politicians in our country! Really?

We should all agree that we have two imperfect presidential candidates. But this article is about political hypocrisy and media bias. You are being conned. The media and the establishment powers in both political parties are very afraid of Donald Trump. He is a threat to their power. He is a change agent who says he wants to clean up the mess in Washington—the mess made by the corrupt politicians who have slowly but surely taken away the power invested in we the people by our founders as set forth in our Constitution. Hillary Clinton is one of those politicians.

Our country is in deep trouble. We are almost $20 trillion in debt, our federal government is riddled with corruption, and terrorism has spread throughout the world, including right here at home. We have had eight years of weak leadership during which the policies of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have made the world significantly more dangerous. Friendly foreign countries no longer respect or trust us and our enemies no longer fear us. In virtually every poll almost 70 percent of the American people say we are headed in the wrong direction. We have two choices: Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. That’s it. That is our reality. Maybe we should give Donald Trump a chance. If we don’t, we can be sure that nothing will change; in fact, things will only get worse.

By MacPundit