Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, North End, Boston

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Saturday, September 3, 2016

TRUMP AND HIS MANY, MANY INFIDELITIES







If you surf the 'net and the usual Radical Rabid Right Wing blogs and news sites, you'll notice that they're fixated on Bill Clinton's philandering, hoping somehow his behavior will somehow transfer to Hillary. Bill Clinton's infidelities are an issue in the Radical Rabid Right Wing world, but curiously, they ignore a champion adulterer, Donald Trump.

What's curious, but predictable with these hypocrites, is that the RRRWers are eager to spread the word about The Clenis, but let's take a look at who they're supporting: 



Senator Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) even appeared to bring up Trump's well-documented affair with actress Marla Maples and his past comments about being with married women. 

 TWEET:  Follow Ben Sasse ✔ @BenSasse .@realDonaldTrump Q4: You brag abt many affairs w/ married women. Have you repented? To harmed children & spouses? Do you think it matters? 

In the tweet, Sasse takes issue with how Trump "brags" about "many affairs." 

That's up for debate, including whether Trump had more than one affair. 

Trump wrote that he once considered an open marriage with his first wife, and in his book "The Art of the Comeback" he said: 

"If I told the real stories of my experiences with women, often seemingly very happily married and important women, this book would be a guaranteed best-seller." 

 Trump has also said: 

"I have too much respect for women in general, but if I did [write about my love life], the world would take serious notice. Beautiful, famous, successful, married — I've had them all, secretly, the world's biggest names..."


TRUMP on his affairs with married women:  "I've had them all, secretly, the world's biggest names..."

TRUMP:  "I DID have sex with those married women!"


What should we think about self-professed Christians who revile Hillary (because of her husband's infidelities), but say absolutely nothing about Trump's self-professed serial adulteries?

I would say those self-professed Sunday morning
Christians are more than hypocrites -- they're also reprehensible blackguards.



Media AND Family Values Christians Give Trump a Pass on Affairs



20 comments:

Shaw Kenawe said...

To the troll LUKE:

You will never, never, never be published here. When I see your name in comment moderation, I delete without reading your crap. You're wasting your time coming here.

Get lost!

Dave Miller said...

You mean Tom? Or at least a FOT? He's copied and pasted his comments from way back on the Stench Trench...

In regards to Trump... He's probably never had any of the people he claims... He's a small handed blowhard who struggles with truth and reality...

Lady Pinkbottom said...


I rather enjoy watching the left wing sillies make fools of themselves. If Mr. Trump gets elected, it will be amusing to see the Democrats so terribly upset for the next four years.

Dahlings, you do know that the Democrats are having what is known as a "meltdown" for another reason, too....Mexican President Nieto and Mr. Trump both agreed that a wall is legal. And it is true that building a wall, my dears, is legal. What's interesting is that Mr. Trump believes he can force Mexico to pay for building it on U.S. soil. That is quite, quite amusing. And idiotic. But we right wingers do love what is idiotic, don't we dahlings?

Rational Nation USA said...

The hypocrisy of certain folks on the right. Millions of them.

Anonymous said...

Methinks the Lady Pinkbottom hits the gin bottle a bit too much or is she just a natural-born overbearing twit?

Shaw Kenawe said...

This would have been somewhat believable had he done it 14 months ago. Now it's nothing more than shameful pandering:

Trump Speaks at Black Church in Detroit: ‘I Am Here Today to Listen’

But even if Trump had made this appeal 14 months ago, he would have had some 'splainin' to do.

"The latest controversy is not a surprise to those who have followed his career.
Is Donald Trump racist? That question has hung over the presumptive Republican nominee for president as he has called Mexicans “rapists” and proposed a ban on Muslims entering the U.S. Lately, though, the question has taken on more urgency as Trump has repeatedly publicly attacked the judge who presides over Trump University class-action lawsuits. Calling the American-born Gonzalo Curiel a “Mexican,” he said Curiel was therefore biased against him, and he added to the flurry of objections by suggesting that a Muslim judge might also be incapable of hearing a lawsuit involving any Trump entity.

In between these remarks he managed to offend by singling out a black man at one of his rallies, calling him “my African American” as if the fellow’s presence proved Trump was on the right side of the race issue.


For the long followers of Trump’s career, however, none of these incendiary remarks are especially surprising. Trump has a long record as a provocateur on matters of race and ethnicity.

It starts in 1973, when the United States Department of Justice went to court with a discrimination complaint against the Trump family business, which rented apartments across Brooklyn and Queens. Coming from the administration of Richard Nixon, who was hardly a civil rights agitator, the complaint was based on an investigation that found four different Trump employees confirming that applicants for leases were screened by race. One rental agent said Trump’s father had told him not to rent to blacks and that he actually wanted to reduce the number of African Americans in his buildings. Three doormen said they had been instructed to deflect blacks who came to Trump buildings to apply for apartments.

See also: Here’s One Big Thing Trump Is 100% Correct About

Though just 26 years old at the time, Donald Trump was already president of the Trump Organization. Rather than work with the government to bring the company into compliance with the law, as the New York apartment king Sam LeFrak had done, Trump retained one of the most notorious lawyers in the country, Roy Cohn, and commence an all-out legal war. Cohn, who had been Joe McCarthy’s chief inquisitor during the senator’s witch hunt for communists in the government, filed a $410 million lawsuit against the federal government and smeared the justice department attorneys with terms such as “storm troopers” and “Gestapo.” Trump complained in the press of “reverse discrimination” and alleged a “nationwide drive” to force landlords to “rent to welfare recipients.”

Shaw Kenawe said...

Dave,

Both TOM and LUKE are mentally unbalanced trolls. And they're both welcomed on the usual right wing blogs. No surprise there.

Anonymous @12:07,

Lady Pinkbottom is a parody commenter who is allowed here as long as "she" keeps it reasonably clean and funny. "She" does her parody of certain right wingers very well.

Shaw Kenawe said...


RN: "The hypocrisy of certain folks on the right. Millions of them."

They don't see themselves as hypocrites, just good little Trumpbots.

Shaw Kenawe said...

Trump's failed "outreach" today to Detroit's African-American community. There was Donald Trump, reading off of prepared remarks about all of us being brothers and sisters. Prepared remarks because when he's speaking without them, those words wouldn't come out of his mouth. With 2 months left before the election in November, it's too little too late. If Trump truly cared for minorities, we wouldn't have heard him insulting them nonstop since he started off his campaign insulting Mexicans.

Trump's phony outreach is nothing but a dog and horse's ass show, with trump as the Supreme Horse's Ass.

Here's CNN on Trump:

"In the week and a half since Trump's advisers touted an aggressive push to make inroads with African-American and Latino voters, the GOP nominee delivered a hardline immigration speech, lost the support of some of his prominent Latino backers and faced ridicule for attempting to tightly choreograph his visit to an African-American church slated for Saturday.
"It's going abysmally bad for Trump right now," said Javier Palomarez, chief executive of the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, in a blunt assessment of Trump's outreach to Hispanic voters.

The Trump campaign's sudden decision to spotlight minority outreach efforts with [a little more] than two months until Election Day came amid mounting concern in his campaign that some voters viewed the GOP nominee as racist.

Jerry Critter said...

Trump speaking to a black audience about how we are all brothers and sisters sounds more like a Saturday Night Live skit.

Infidel753 said...

The Christian Right will find that the cost of their hypocrisy about Trump is much higher than they now anticipate.

Just as the Republican establishment's reconciliation with Trump means we will be able to hang "party of Trump" around their necks like a millstone for a generation, so the fundies' endorsement of him and his infidelities and other moral shortcomings will annihilate the credibility of any attack they make on the morals of others for just as long. Any Bible-thumping ranter who starts bleating about Bill Clinton, or the "sin" of sodomy, or abortion, etc., will be shut down as soon as someone says "yes, but you supported Trump!"

Rational Nation USA said...

That is as it should be Jerry. Unfortunately that is not always as it is.

LMAO said...

Question: Got any great CHRISTIAN JOKES?

Answer: Yes. The "Christians" who support three-times married serial adulterer Trump.

Bluebull said...

Drumpf doing outreach to the African-American community is like Chris Christie doing outreach to the twinkie factory. Be afraid - be WERY WERY AFRAID!!! :)

Ahab said...

While the very idea of Trump as a sexual being nauseates me, I'll stifle my nausea long enough to comment. I'm amazed that Trump's evangelical supporters are willing to ignore so many of his character flaws -- his lechery, pride, greed, and flip-flopping on issues they hold dear -- just to spite Hillary Clinton. It reminds us that the Christian Right values power and influence above all else, even above character.

Shaw Kenawe said...

Ahab: It reminds us that the Christian Right values power and influence above all else, even above character.

I've been saying that ever since Trump announced he was running for the presidency. And Infidel753 has said that we should never let them forget their duplicity and hypocrisy in supporting a man who is everything they would detest and revile if he had identified as a Democrat instead of a Republican.

I call them Sunday Morning "Christians," because they don't practice what they say they believe the other 6 days of the week. Their support of Trump is proof of that.

skudrunner said...

The MSM has to be careful about attacking trump on his sexual exploits, what three known. This would put -H- in the lime light for the countless exploits her husband has dabbled in. Oh what am I saying, they were all just right wind conspiracies.

Jerry Critter said...

Oh, skud. That's just another right wing false equivalency. There is a big difference between a spouse's behavior and a candidate's behavior. Plus, given the popularity of Bill Clinton, any reference to Bill Clinton is a net positive for candidate Clinton.

Shaw Kenawe said...



skud, should the Family Values Christians blame Trump because his Wife #3 posed naked with another woman in a sexy lesbian-themed photo shoot? Or do we blame him because she posed naked in several other soft-porn photo shoots?

Trump has also bragged about screwing around with married women -- that's called adultery by the Family Values Christians -- plus he got Wife #2 preggers while still married with Wife #1.

Trump can compete very very well with Bill Clinton in the sexual exploits department. In fact I think Donnie has more experience than Bill, since women are attracted to billionaires no matter how repulsive they are.

skudrunner said...

And I always thought progressives were all for same sex partners, gay rights, no family values. Are you no longer a progressive?
I have yet to read where any of Trumps partners were raped, can't say the same about bj.