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Monday, October 31, 2016

Add Miss Finland, Miss Australia, and Miss Utah to Trump's accuser list

From The Telegraph

“Trump stood right next to me and suddenly he squeezed my butt. He really grabbed my butt.

“I don’t think anybody saw it but I flinched and thought: ‘What is happening?’”

Miss Laaksonen said she also attended some house parties with the other contestants and Mr Trump’s wife, Melania, who he had married the year before.

“Somebody told me there that Trump liked me because I looked like Melania when she was younger,” she said.

“It left me disgusted.”

Poor Miss Australia:

And Miss Utah:

Former Miss Utah Temple Taggart vowed at a Friday press conference to “stand up to Donald Trump” with the help of Gloria Allred, an attorney who specializes in women’s rights.

Speaking in Salt Lake City, Taggart, who has accused the Republican presidential candidate of kissing her on the lips without consent on two separate occasions in 1997, reiterated her allegations. She also told reporters that she’d be represented by Allred in the event that Trump follows through on his recent threat to sue her and the 12 other women and counting who have accused him of sexual misconduct.

“I’m ready for this battle, but there shouldn’t be one,” Taggart said, reading from a statement directed at Trump. “You should have the decency to admit what you did to me and take responsibility for what you’ve done to the other women.”

Taggart’s alleged encounters with Trump first came to light back in May, as part of a New York Times investigation into the Republican presidential candidate’s past behavior with women.

She has since been joined by a growing list of women who say that they were also the subjects of Trump’s unwanted advances. The majority of the allegations emerged after the release this month of a 2005 “Access Hollywood” tape in which Trump is heard making lewd comments about women and boasting about groping them.

Trump apologized for his comments but fiercely denied ever engaging in such behavior. He has accused each of these women of lying and, during a speech in Gettysburg, Pa., last weekend, even declared that “every one of these liars will be sued once the election is over.”

Asked Friday about the theory — fueled largely by Trump — that the mounting sexual misconduct allegations, which include assault, are part of a concerted political effort to derail his presidential campaign, Allred noted that while she is a proud supporter of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, Taggart is not.

“I’m a Republican,” the former pageant winner confirmed, adding that she has no intention of backing Clinton. Taggart said she is backing the conservative independent candidate Evan McMullin, a Trump critic who is performing surprisingly strong in polls of Utah.

Allred, who also currently represents three of Trump’s other female accusers, said Taggart contacted her following the candidate’s promise to sue after the election. (Trump frequently issues legal threats against his foes, often without following through.)

“Women should not be intimidated into silence by threats of lawsuits,” said Allred. “This issue is not about sex. It is about the attitude and behavior of a man who seeks the highest office in our country.”

Taggart agreed, adding that she feels Trump “is trying to bully and frighten [his accusers] into silence.”

“I’m not scared,” she said. “I know I’m telling the truth, and the truth is the greatest defense.

The only one who hasn't accused Donald Trump of harassment is Miss Wasilla 1984, and we all know who that is.

Monday Meme

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Fromer Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort was lobbying Putin

From Salon

The New York Post reported that, according to sources, former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and ex-”core” aide Rick Gates have financial ties to a biometric security company that lobbied the Putin administration on behalf of technology that would help it spy on its citizens.
Manafort was a major early investor for EyeLock and owned as much as 10 percent in the company, according to the Post, while Gates served as an independent contractor hired to build business for it in Middle Eastern countries like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
EyeLock uses iris-scanning technology to identify individuals, according to its website. The company had a failed bid to put machines in the Moscow subway to scan as many as 50 people a minute to find matches with those on watch lists.
This isn’t the first time that Manafort and Gates have been reported as having pro-Putin ties. In August, Manafort was pressured into resigning after news stories indicated that he had lobbied on behalf of a Ukrainian president sympathetic to Putin, Viktor Yanukovich. Gates resigned shortly after that.

I wonder what will happen if Trump loses, will Putin send his henchmen to Trump Tower and kidnap him?

Just another reason why Donald Trump should be far far away from the White House as possible. 

Hey Sarah why aren't you keeping an eye on Putin

It has been proven that Russia is behind Wikileaks and the release of the DNC, Hillary Clinton and and John Podesta's emails.

Back in 2008 Putin was the enemy of the US according to Sarah:

So why the change now?  Oh that's right Trump is sucking Putin's balls so it's all good according to Sarah.

Saturday, October 29, 2016

More nastiness from Donald Trump and Newt Gingrich

From The Daily Beast

Trump would “go from room to room,” said the photographer, who added that “I was there to party myself. It was guys with younger girls, sex, a lot of sex, a lot of cocaine, top-shelf liquor” but no smoking. Trump didn’t approve of cigarettes. 

Those men at these parties often knew each other. “It’s a small community,” the photographer says. “They exchanged information, facilitated each other. Trump was in and out. He’d wander off with a couple girls. I saw him. He was getting laid like crazy. Trump was at the heart of it. He loved the attention and in private, he was a total fucking beast.”

Lucchesi’s recollection of the parties dovetails with the photographer’s account. “There was cocaine around. I never saw him do that. Donald Trump does not do cocaine. He’s in control of himself.”
Girls? “Well. Of course,” Lucchesi says. “But I never knew him as one of those guys buying apartments for girls from Estonia.” (Though he did marry a model from Slovenia.)

But did he have sex with his female party guests? “So, he’s a man with a woman,” Lucchesi says vaguely. How old were they? “A lot of girls, 14, look 24. That’s as juicy as I can get. I never asked how old they were; I just partook. I did partake in activities that would be controversial, too.”

Newt also got into it with Megyn Kelly on FOX:

Which lead to this Twitter twittering 

One good thing came out of it, Newt was taken off of FOX and Friends 

 The former Speaker of the House was supposed to be a guest on Wednesday’s “Fox & Friends” morning show, but he did not appear on the program, which aired just hours after a bizarrely heated exchange between Gingrich and Kelly on live TV. The longtime GOP leader accused the anchor of being “fascinated with sex” in the ongoing scandals over Donald Trump and his treatment of women.

“He was canceled,” a person familiar with the situation told TheWrap, referring to Gingrich’s appearance on “Fox & Friends.”

Sean Hannity wants to fly the Obamas back to Kenya

From Wa Po

This week, Sean Hannity extended a rather unusual offer to President Obama. If Donald Trump wins the White House, Hannity will be willing to charter a private plane to send the Obama family on a one-way trip anywhere in the world — like, say, Kenya or Indonesia.

“Maybe I'll ask Trump if I can charter his plane for Obama,” Hannity told his radio audience Tuesday. “That's what — I will charter Donald Trump's plane, if he'll let me, and I will charter it to the country of your choice. You want to go to Canada? I'll pay for you to go to Canada. You want to go to Kenya? I'll pay for you to go to Kenya. Jakarta, where you went to school back in the day? You can go back there. Anywhere you want to go. I'm gonna — I'll put the finest food: caviar, champagne, you name it. I have one stipulation: You can't come back.”

Hannity's suggestion that Obama might like to move to Kenya is a naked reference to the Trump-fueled conspiracy theory that the president was born there. Obama was born in Hawaii, but even after he released his birth certificate in 2011, Trump suggested that the document was a forgery and continued to question the president's eligibility to serve. The Republican presidential nominee finally made a public acknowledgment last month that “President Barack Obama was born in the United States.”

The Kenya comment was bad, but it wasn't even the most off-the-wall thing Hannity said. Hannity began his discussion of an Obama exodus by claiming that there are “rumors” that the president might flee the United States if Trump wins. His source? A fake Canadian news site called the Burrard Street Journal.
Here's what Hannity said:
A White House aide failed to deny rumors that President Barack Obama was planning to leave the United States if Trump wins the White House — if Trump wins the election. ... Josh Earnest, the White House propagandist, was asked yesterday whether Obama was planning to flee abroad if Trump, a man he said is unfit to hold office — by the way, if anyone was unfit, if we haven't learned by now, it's Obama. God, the worst presidency in our lifetime, by far. In response, Earnest would only say that Obama was campaigning to ensure that no one would have to leave because of a Donald Trump presidency.
The rumor mill apparently first started when a Canadian satire site carried an article saying that Obama was planning to move to Canada if Trump was victorious. The piece was entitled “Obama declares his family will move to Canada if Trump is elected” and carried a fictitious statement supposedly from Obama, which said “it's something Michelle, the kids and I have discussed as a potential solution to the Donald.”
Anyway, when asked about the rumors on Air Force One yesterday, Earnest said Obama would spend a significant amount of time campaigning for Hillary and other Democrats down the ballot. ... So they're not saying for sure.
As he spoke, Hannity appeared to be reading from a Daily Mail article, though he did not say so.
This is total insanity. There is no rumor. There was only a joke by the Canadian version of the Onion. Yet Hannity treated the joke like a credible rumor and tried to legitimize it by saying the White House wouldn't deny it.

To be clear, Earnest was not responding to the Burrard Street Journal's satirical article, which was published 12 weeks ago. A transcript of Earnest's press availability Monday shows that a reporter asked whether Obama feels “like there's a place for him in this country if Donald Trump is elected president.”

“Well, I think you're sort of alluding to the rather poignant question of Captain Khan's father that was the tagline to that ad from the Democratic nominee,” Earnest replied.

Hillary Clinton released an ad Friday featuring Khizr Khan, the Gold Star father who delivered a memorable address at the Democratic National Convention. The ad concludes with Khan, a Muslim, asking Trump, “Would my son have a place in your America?”

How about we send Sean to Iran?  It is controlled by right wingers, anti woman, and a totalitarian government.

Friday, October 28, 2016

Bernie Sanders is still gonna be a pain in Hillary Clinton's ass

From Wa Post

BURLINGTON, Vt. — Sen. Bernie Sanders, a loyal soldier for Hillary Clinton since he conceded the Democratic presidential nomination in July, plans to push liberal legislation with like-minded senators with or without Clinton’s support if she is elected — and to aggressively oppose appointments that do not pass muster with the party’s left wing.

In an interview, Sanders said he and other senators have started plotting legislation that would achieve many of the proposals that fueled his insurgent run for president, including a $15 federal minimum wage, tuition-free public college, an end to “mass incarceration” and aggressive steps to fight climate change.

The senators, Sanders said, also plan to push for the breakup of “too big to fail” banks and to pressure Clinton to appoint liberals to key Cabinet positions, including treasury secretary. Sanders said he would not stay silent if Clinton nominated the “same old, same old Wall Street guys” to regulatory positions that are important in enacting and overseeing the financial policies he supports.

“I will be vigorously in opposition, and I will make that very clear,” Sanders said.

Sanders’s comments signal that, if she wins the presidency Nov. 8, Clinton may have to contend not only with Republicans who oppose her agenda but also with liberals in her party who were not excited by her campaign and have long feared that she plans to govern as a centrist.

Get over yourself Bernie.  I wouldn't blame Hillary if she refused to work with you.  You used the Democratic party then threw it under the bus and almost cost Hillary the election.

Flashback Friday: Tripp Johnston calls Willow a faggot

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Why isn't Donald Trump praying

This was at the Al Smith dinner a week ago where Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton threw zingers at each other.

Notice how everyone has their head bowed in prayer except for one.

Who's a role model, Hillary Clinton or Sally Heath

From Skanky's Fecebook page:

You've probably seen in the news today that it's someone special's birthday. So...
Happy birthday to an iconic American woman who really should be the first female President of these United States.
This heroine's integrity, independence, patriotism, healthy vitality, Christian faith, work ethic, commitment to her husband over all these decades, mothering and grandmothering skills (including the cookie-baking!) give every young woman a role model to emulate...

 Oh. Sorry. Not THAT gal's birthday. This one!
Happy Birthday, Mom! Thank you for the lessons in commitment to Faith, Family & Freedom. We love you!
The Whole Tribe

Skanky then proceeds to post pictures of Sally with the Trumps like she is someone important:

You would think Creepy Chuck, Easy Sally, and Piper Diaper would have dressed up better than that.  Even Skank is dressed better than they are.

Back to the role model thing, let's compare Hillary Clinton to Sally Heath.

Hillary-Ivy League graduate, law professor, Senator, Secretary of State, first woman to secure nomination for president from a major political party (sorry Jill Stein), supporter of women's rights, supporter of minorities, supporter of gays.  Waited until after marriage to conceive a child.  Christian.  Chose to forgive her husband.  Raised a great daughter who did not get pregnant before marriage.

Sally-school secretary, no higher education that I know of, belongs to political party that wants to suppress women, minorities, and gays.  Got knocked up before marriage.   Hangs out with members of the AIP.  Raised horrible children.  Husband a pervert like Donald Trump.  Daughters got knocked up before marriage.  Son a philanderer who knocked up his mistress.

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Donald Trump thinks he is smarter than the military brass

From ABC News

Donald Trump went on the offensive against a military expert and former dean of the Army War College, Jeff McCausland, who said the Republican nominee’s comments this weekend about the battle to reclaim Mosul in Iraq show he doesn’t have a firm grasp of military strategy.

“You can tell your military expert that I’ll sit down and I’ll teach him a couple of things,” Trump told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos in an exclusive interview.

On Sunday, Trump tweeted that the ongoing offensive against the ISIS stronghold of Mosul is turning out to be a “total disaster.”

“We gave them months of notice. U.S. is looking so dumb. VOTE TRUMP and WIN AGAIN!” he tweeted.

Trump doubled down on his assertion that the element of surprise is an important military strategy.
“I’ve been hearing about Mosul now for three months. ‘We’re going to attack. We’re going to attack.’ Meaning Iraq’s going to attack but with us. OK? We’re going to attack. Why do they have to talk about it?” he asked Stephanopoulos.

“Element of surprise. One of the reasons they wanted Mosul, they wanted to get ISIS leaders who they thought were, you know, in Mosul. Those people have all left. As soon as they heard they’re going to be attacked, they left,” Trump added. “The resistance is much greater now because they knew about the attack. Why can’t they win first and talk later?”

But according to The New York Times, some military experts disagree with Trump’s claims that the element of surprise is crucial to win the fight against ISIS.

“What this shows is Trump doesn’t know a damn thing about military strategy,” McCausland told the Times.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter is on the ground in Iraq and told ABC’s Martha Raddatz in an interview earlier this week that he’s “encouraged” by the progress in the fight against ISIS because it “is going according to plan ... ISIL will surely be destroyed.”
Trump blamed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama for the need to reclaim Mosul.

“We had Mosul. We have to take it because Hillary Clinton and Obama left that big vacuum, and ISIS went in, and they took Mosul,” he said. 

Really, what can you expect from a guy who thinks Putin can do no wrong?

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul said Tuesday he told Donald Trump that Russia was trying to influence the election through hacking, but the GOP presidential nominee rejected that information.

During an event hosted by The Texas Tribune, moderator CEO Evan Smith recounted that McCaul had told The Dallas Morning News recently that he personally briefed Trump on Russia’s actions. But then Trump, at the third presidential debate, said that no one knows for sure that Russia was behind the cyberattacks.

“I think he has in his mind that there’s not the proof,” McCaul, a Trump supporter, said at the event in Austin, according to video obtained by Politico. “Now he hasn’t had the briefing I’ve had, but I made it clear that in my judgment it was a nation-state.”


Like his dad Eric Trump is a thief and a dumbass

From The Concourse

The latest scandal out of Donald Trump’s campaign: Possible lemonade theft. It appears that Eric Trump, one of his five children, put lemonade in a water cup at an In-N-Out burger, which the restaurant frowns upon.

The photographer confirms that the encounter happened at an In-N-Out location in Las Vegas (Trump posed for a photo with his wife at an In-N-Out after the debate last night). A marketing rep for In-N-Out declined to comment on the photo, and Trump’s campaign has yet to return requests for comment. We’ll keep you updated if anyone addresses this apparent thievery.

And an example of his dumbassness:

“Contra,” in Spanish, means “against.” If Eric Trump didn’t know that, he could have asked Annie Cardelle — who wore a “Latina contra Trump” shirt to a pro-Donald Trump event on Friday — before taking a picture with her.

He could have even used context clues — such as the slim-to-impossible likelihood that a millennial Latina would support the Republican presidential nominee whose tentpole policy proposal is to build a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico.

“We weren’t protesting the fact that he’s a conservative or a Republican,” Cardelle, a second-generation American of Cuban descent, told BuzzFeed News about her presence at the North Carolina event. “We were protesting their particular treatment of Hispanics and Latino immigrants in this country.”

“It’s been almost two years of Trump continuously putting down Latinos, making us feel like we don’t belong,” she added. “So, my whole thing was to go there and say, ‘I’m Latina and we’re against you because of what you say about our race.'”

“We were kind of in disbelief that no one understood this protest,” Cardelle’s sister, Ceci, said. “It really goes to show the lack of diversity in their team.”

Donald Trump and Sarah Palin look like they were separated at birth

What do you think?

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Its only rigged when a Democrat wins

Donald Trump accuses the Democrats and Hillary Clinton of voter fraud, yet not a peep from him when Dumbya and Dickhead stole the 2000 election.

From The Nation

Donald Trump is at it again. After claiming in August that “we may have people vote 10 times,” he’s doubling down on his rigged-election screed. He’s called for his supporters to monitor the polls in “certain areas” and is recruiting “Trump Election Observers” to “Stop Crooked Hillary From Rigging This Election!” Trump tweeted this morning: “Of course there is large scale voter fraud happening on and before election day. Why do Republican leaders deny what is going on? So naive!”

 Trump’s rhetoric is working his supporters into a frenzy. Seventy-three percent of Republicans believe the election could be stolen from him, and Trump’s supporters are explicitly calling for “racial profiling” at the polls, reports The Boston Globe:
“Trump said to watch your precincts. I’m going to go, for sure,” said Steve Webb, a 61-year-old carpenter from Fairfield, Ohio.
“I’ll look for… well, it’s called racial profiling. Mexicans. Syrians. People who can’t speak American,” he said. “I’m going to go right up behind them. I’ll do everything legally. I want to see if they are accountable. I’m not going to do anything illegal. I’m going to make them a little bit nervous.”
Some Republicans have denounced Trump’s rhetoric, but the GOP has been crying wolf about voter fraud for two decades. Trump is pouring gasoline on a fire his own party created.

The GOP’s voter-fraud crusade dates back to the 2000 election in Florida. That year, the state of Florida wrongly purged thousands of voters from the rolls, as I reported in a Nation excerpt from my book Give Us the Ballot:
The NAACP sued Florida after the election for violating the Voting Rights Act (VRA). As a result of the settlement, the company that the Florida legislature entrusted with the purge—the Boca Raton–based Database Technologies (DBT)—ran the names on its 2000 purge list using stricter criteria. The exercise turned up 12,000 voters who shouldn’t have been labeled felons. That was 22 times Bush’s 537-vote margin of victory.
No one could ever determine precisely how many voters who were incorrectly labeled felons were turned away from the polls. But the US Civil Rights Commission launched a major investigation into the 2000 election fiasco, and its acting general counsel, Edward Hailes, did the math the best that he could. If 12,000 voters were wrongly purged from the rolls, and 44 percent of them were African-American, and 90 percent of African-Americans voted for Gore, that meant 4,752 black Gore voters—almost nine times Bush’s margin of victory—could have been prevented from voting. It’s not a stretch to conclude that the purge cost Gore the election. “We did think it was outcome-determinative,” Hailes said.
The 2000 election in Florida forever changed American politics and kicked off a new wave of GOP-led voter disenfranchisement efforts. “Other people began to see that in very competitive elections, you could make a difference by keeping certain voters from participating,” Hailes said. Bush’s election empowered a new generation of voting-rights critics, who hyped the threat of voter fraud in order to restrict access to the ballot.
After disenfranchising Democratic-learning voters to win an election, the GOP brazenly labeled the Democrats as the party of serial cheaters. The incoming Bush administration prioritized prosecutions of voter fraud over investigations into voter disenfranchisement—longtime civil-rights lawyers were forced out of the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, US Attorneys were fired for refusing to pursue bogus fraud cases, and the first strict voter-ID laws were passed by Republican legislatures. The Bush Justice Department launched a five-year investigation into alleged voter-fraud abuses.

But the administration never found the widespread fraud it was looking for, as I explained to the filmmakers Kelly Duane de la Vega, Jessica Anthony, and Ian Inaba of Project Turnout.
This was a crusade by the administration to find instances of voter fraud that would then build support for a more restrictive legislation that would make it harder for certain communities to be able to cast the ballot.
Everyone said, “There’s all this evidence of voter impersonation,” but when the Bush administration did its own investigation, they didn’t find one case of voter impersonation that they could prosecute.
That’s because voter fraud is a rarity in American politics and voter impersonation is exceedingly rare. A major national study found only 31 cases of voter impersonation since the 2000 election out of 1 billion votes cast. It’s an incredibly stupid and ineffective way to try to rig an election, as Reverend William Barber II of the North Carolina NAACP explains to Project Turnout:
In order to effect an election through impersonating somebody at the polls, you would have to do something that is incredibly impossible.
Number one, you’ve got to find out who you’re going to impersonate. Number two, you’ve got to be sure they don’t come to the polls. Number three, you’ve got to hope nobody at the polls knows you. Number four, you have to be willing to sign your name and risk five years a felony, and then, you’ve got to find about 5,000 or 10,000 other folks that can do it and keep quiet. It doesn’t make any sense at all.
But the myth of voter fraud gets repeated over and over so much that people believe it is true. Instead of repeating discredit claims, the media need to do a much better job of setting the record straight, former attorney general Eric Holder told Project Turnout:
Well, I think that people who are supporters of these restrictive voting laws have to be put to the test, and say, “What is your proof? What is your proof that we have integrity issues with regard to our election process? Where are the numbers? Where are the cases?”
The true danger to American democracy stems from Republican-led efforts to make it harder to vote. This is the first presidential election in 50 years without the full protections of the Voting Rights Act, and 14 states—nearly all controlled by the GOP—have new voting restrictions in place for the first presidential cycle in 2016. There are far more people turned away from the polls by restrictions like voter-ID laws, cuts to early voting, and felon-disenfranchisement efforts—which disproportionately impact people of color, young voters and low-income voters—than cases of voter fraud.

 As I explained in The Washington Post:
The real threat of election-rigging lies not in the small number of voting irregularities, which Trump and many Republicans have blown wildly out of proportion, but in the much larger number of people disenfranchised by new voting restrictions. “A preoccupation with mostly phantom election fraud leads to real incidents of disenfranchisement, which undermine rather than enhance confidence in elections,” US District Judge James Peterson wrote in a decision striking down Wisconsin’s voting restrictions on July 29.
In North Carolina, for example, the watchdog group Democracy North Carolina documented more than 2,300 cases of voters whose ballots were rejected in 2014 because of the state’s elimination of same-day registration and out-of-precinct voting. That was 1,150 times greater than the two cases of voter impersonation committed in North Carolina from 2002 to 2012, out of 35 million votes cast.
It’s unbelievable that the party that is disenfranchising people right now in states like Wisconsin is claiming the election is rigged.

Sarah Palin gets a shout out on SNL

 “I’ve got Sarah Palin, I’ve got Chachi and, get this, I’ve even got the best Baldwin brother — Stephen Baldwin,"

Monday, October 24, 2016

Curt Schilling's Trump rally garnered a total of 15 people

From Sports Illustrated

Former Red Sox pitcher and current political neophyte Curt Schilling held a Trump “rally” outside Boston’s city on Saturday, but uh, it wasn’t much of a rally.

According to folks passing by, there were around 10 or 15 people in attendance to see the three-time World Series champ. He was pictured with a dejected gaze on his face.

And I doubt it was the weather.

Rumor also has it he plans to challenge Elizabeth Warren in 2018 for Massachusetts Senator.  Good luck with that asshole

Rachel Maddow on Sarah Palin

Monday Meme

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Salma Hayeke Donald Trump's newest victim


 Salma Hayek claims she turned down Donald Trump, and as a result he planted a tabloid story about her supposedly calling her “too short.”

In a recent radio interview, the actress commented on the sexual assault allegations against the GOP nominee, saying she believed the accusations based on her own experience with the real estate mogul.

“When I met that man, I had a boyfriend, and he tried to become his friend to get my home telephone number. He got my number and he would call me to invite me out,” Hayek, 50, said on Radio Centro 93.9’s El Show del Mandril in Los Angeles, as reported by Buzzfeed.

“When I told him I wouldn’t go out with him even if I didn’t have a boyfriend, [which he took as disrespectful], he called — well, he wouldn’t say he called, but someone told the National Enquirer,” she continued. “Someone told the National Enquirer — I’m not going to say who, because you know that whatever he wants to come out comes out in the National Enquirer. It said that he wouldn’t go out with me because I was too short.”

Hayek, a Hillary Clinton supporter, also remembered how Trump, 70, continued to contact her even after planting the gossip story.

“Later, he called and left me a message. ‘Can you believe this? Who would say this? I don’t want people to think this about you,'” she said. “He thought that I would try to go out with him so people wouldn’t think that’s why he wouldn’t go out with me.”

This isn’t the first time Hayek has called out Trump. In April, she took to Twitter after the Republican presidential candidate confused 9/11 with 7-Eleven at a Buffalo, New York rally.

Trump has not yet responded to Hayek’s claims

Can't say I blame Salma for turning him down.  Donald is fat ugly, and has no personality/

Sarah Palin has no idea what Malik Obama really is

From Sarah's Fecebook page

Confession: I'm an Obama Admirer

It was nice to shake Obama's hand the other night and whisper a belated "thank you" for the courage and love of country he shows in this most important time. Our nation is at a crossroad; I wish we'd had more time to chat so I could further express appreciation (in the thankless position he's in!) for all his pro-America efforts at such a time as this.

Oh, sorry... not THAT Obama - this one - Barack's brother Malik who attended the Vegas debate in support of the anti-establishment, anti-#NeverTrump, independent, #AmericaFirstMovement candidate Donald Trump. This pic shows Malik Obama and Dr. Ben Carson as we exited the debate's surreal hearing of the oft repeated, unrefuted, untruthful sound bites uttered on stage on behalf of the globalist agenda.

Wednesday night, Malik and I and others had been stuck outside in the remnants of campaign motorcades so had to walk in late to the UNLV arena. Finally taking my seat - front row center, literally on the 50-yard line - we missed opening remarks. Didn't miss anything in the way of media predictability, though, as it was a given we couldn't rely one iota on the referees (the media) to level the playing field in coverage of this final debate.…/third-presidential-debate-fact-…/
Friends, rest assured we can survive the crazy deception in this campaign, the question is - can America survive those who suppprt the deception?
Watch this tip-of-the-iceberg compilation of lies that doesn't even include most recent Leftist logic-defying statements, but should be shared with those who haven't seen the light:
Stay strong America! Its an exciting and empowering time - a whole new ballgame where we no longer rely on blinded referees but instead we level the field ourselves. Do your own homework; demand campaign accountability; teach your kids that truth still matters; stiffen your spine, take action and keep the faith!
Truth prevails. It's time to dance upon injustice!

- Sarah Palin

Malik Obama is linked to the Muslim Brotherhood.

He is anti-Israel 

He is also a polygamist

Everything Sarah Palin has accused President Obama of being, Malik Obama is.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Palin curse yet again...Joe Arpaio behind in the polls in Arizona


Embattled Arizona lawman Joe Arpaio, whose get-tough policies to fight illegal immigration and praise of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump brought him nationwide attention, trails his opponent in this year's election by nearly 15 percentage points, according to a Thursday poll.
The poll, conducted by The Arizona Republic/Morrison/Cronkite News, shows Democratic challenger Paul Penzone has the support of nearly 45.9 percent of those surveyed as he attempts to unseat the six-term Maricopa County sheriff. Arpaio garnered 31.1 percent.

Roughly one-fifth of those surveyed said they were still undecided on the Nov. 8 race for the top law enforcement job in the state’s most populous county. The poll’s margin of error was plus or minus 5.6 percent.

The poll was taken as federal prosecutors announced that the U.S. Justice Department would seek a criminal contempt charge against Arpaio for violating a court order in a 2007 racial profiling case.

The charges center on unlawful traffic stops and detentions by deputies of Latino drivers for 18 months after the judge ordered them to cease.

Arpaio, who has denied any intentional wrongdoing, has already been cited for civil contempt stemming from his actions in the case.

Political observers have said prospects of a criminal prosecution for the 84-year-old hardline sheriff seem to have raised the ante in recent days in what already promised to be Arpaio’s sternest election test.

Time to send this old fart out to pasture.  He'll probably croak in a few years anyway.

Remember he gave pink underwear to Sarah Palin.

Question for Sarah and Todd Palin-Update: New question, Is this Charlie?

Sarah why have you not released Trig's birth certificate?

Todd have you ever been with or hung out with hookers in Anchorage?

Update: Is this your grandson Charlie? 

Bristol Palin is celebrating what appears to be the newest addition to her family.

The 25-year-old mother-of-two took to Instagram on Friday to share a heartwarming photo of her seven-year-old son Tripp holding an unidentified baby boy while his nearly 10-month-old half-sister Sailor Grace watches with delight.

The baby, whom one commenter referred to as Charlie, is thought to be the son of her older brother Track's girlfriend Jordan Loewe.

'Oh my heart!' Bristol captioned the image, which sees her little ones sitting on a rug in their living room as they admire the baby.

Both Tripp, Bristol's only child with her ex-fiance Levi Johnston, and the little boy are wearing camouflage, which is a popular pattern for the Palin family.

Last month Bristol shared a family photo of her and Dakota posing with their children, her parents, her siblings, and heavily pregnant woman who appears to be Jordan.

In the photo Track has his arm around her and it has been noted online that Jordan had registered for items for a baby boy at The Bump, which stated her due date to be October 7. 

Daily Mail Online has reached out to his mother Sarah Palin for comment. 

Track has kept a low profile since he was arrested in January at his parents' house in Wasilla, Alaska. His girlfriend Jordan had reported at the time that she was afraid he would shoot himself with an AR-15 assault rifle.

She also told authorities that Track punched her in the face.

He was charged with assault, interfering with the report of a domestic violence crime, and possessing a weapon while intoxicated after the incident at the Wasilla home, where he lives.

In July, his attorney said he entered plea agreement at special court for veterans. He pleaded guilty to a weapons misconduct charge and had two misdemeanors, including assault, dropped.

Friday, October 21, 2016

Recap of the debate on Wed and yes Sarah was there

You can check out the facts on  NY Times

Overall Hillary won the debate, which makes her 3-0 and Donald 0-3.

Donald says he will only accept the results if he wins.  Good luck with that.  Even if he sues he will lose the likelyhood of the election already rigged is nil.  Even Gore and Kerry eventually accepted their losses.

And Sarah Palin did show up in Vegas for the debate.  My guess is they celebrated Butthole's birthday the day before and got hammered.  Here are her Fecebook comments:

It was great to witness UNLV's Presidential debate tonight. Great running in to many friends!

Trump ran the table and clearly explained his vision for making America safe and strong again. What a gamble it would be to vote for status quo failed government... more of the same of what dug us into the mess we're in today.

Thank you to superb law enforcement personnel for keeping everyone safe tonight. Incredible job; incredibly tough task they accomplish - with a smile, no less!

Seems silly media sheep are all chomping down on one issue after this debate, at least according to all the reporters who hollered out this same question to me: "What about Trump not accepting the election results?”

More power to Trump for explaining how vitally important the legitimacy of every election is to our democracy within our Republic.

What reasonable person would preemptively accept any and all hypothetical questions and conditions of any hypothetical election? Trump's answer was RIGHT.

Every American's sacred vote MUST be respected and legitimized in today's elections - but they must be FAIR elections. We're in the midst of proof of voter fraud and questionable - even violent - participatory elements in campaigns. That's why state legislators are now cracking down on voter fraud via tighter laws ensuring the security of our elections.

When Trump is pressed on this, it harkens back to all the GOP primary candidates who screamed at Trump to support the Republican nominee - no matter what - and Trump initially responded that he could, depending on fair treatment. That is WISE and INSIGHTFUL! Trump got screwed in that deal when he eventually pledged to support the nominee and then some of his fellow candidates turned tail and refused to reciprocate when Trump won.

Trump learned - why give opponents permission and incentive to act unfairly and cheat? It's shortsighted to commit to accepting the outcome of a race REGARDLESS of unscrupulous cheaters. How totally unfair that would be to the American voter!

Trump gave potential cheaters fair warning that we'll not give them any quarter. We'll hold them accountable. They'd better be on their toes. Cheaters will not win.

Of course Trump will accept the legitimate outcome of a legitimate election! What the heck is so hard to understand about that?

- Sarah Palin

She also posted pics of herself at the debate.  She is dressed like a $2 hooker, channeling her inner Kardashian and not a pic of her with the Donald:

And yesterday a 10th woman accused Donald of sexual assault.  Why hasn't Sarah defended any of these women?  She called out Anthony Weiner, Bill Clinton, John Edwards.  Oh that's right IOKIYAR.

Flashback Friday: Emailgate

Thursday, October 20, 2016

I think everyone agrees Donald Trump needs to stop whining

President Obama tells it like it is.  This is why I will miss him.  He told it like it is but was professional about it.

Back in 2015 Donald said he was gonna whine till he wins:

So Donald will be whining for the rest of his life then.

Sarah Palin still hates Alaska even though she pretends to love it

From Sarah's Fecebook page

It's a great day!
Oct. 18 is "Alaska Day", celebrating America's purchase of Alaska from Russia.
Even better (for me!) it's the birthday of Tripp and Sailor Grace's mom. Happy, happy birthday Bristol! We love you.

Why didn't Sarah post any recent pictures of the family for this post.  Did her family finally abandon her?

No Todd either.  Remember Sarah doesn't love Alaska, she told John McCain she didn't want to go back there after the 2008 election.  Thank God he lost.

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Will Sarah make an ass out of herself tonight at the debate?

Chris Hayes of MSNBC us reporting Sarah will be Donald's guest at the debate.  I hope Hillary tells her to fuck herself.

Good read on Donald Trump from a shrink

From The Atlantic

The same feeling perplexed Mark Singer in the late 1990s when he was working on a profile of Trump for The New Yorker. Singer wondered what went through his mind when he was not playing the public role of Donald Trump. What are you thinking about, Singer asked him, when you are shaving in front of the mirror in the morning? Trump, Singer writes, appeared baffled. Hoping to uncover the man behind the actor’s mask, Singer tried a different tack:

“O.K., I guess I’m asking, do you consider yourself ideal company?”

“You really want to know what I consider ideal company?,” Trump replied. “A total piece of ass.”

. his disposition
Fifty years of empirical research in personality psychology have resulted in a scientific consensus regarding the most basic dimensions of human variability. There are countless ways to differentiate one person from the next, but psychological scientists have settled on a relatively simple taxonomy, known widely as the Big Five:

Extroversion: gregariousness, social dominance, enthusiasm, reward-seeking behavior

Neuroticism: anxiety, emotional instability, depressive tendencies, negative emotions

Conscientiousness: industriousness, discipline, rule abidance, organization

Agreeableness: warmth, care for others, altruism, compassion, modesty

It's a long article, but worth reading.  It proves that Donald Trump is no fit to be POTUS.

Last presidential debate is tonight

Presidential debate at University of Nevada-Las Vegas.

I wonder what kind of material SNL will come up with this time.  BTW Donnie was very angry at how he was portrayed last Saturday.  In other words it was truthful.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Epic fail, Melania Trumps defends her husband-Update

So Melania you are proud of posing almost naked and simulating sex scenes with other women?

If Billy was trying to egg Donnie on Donnie should have said, Billy I'm married I don't want to engage in this kind of conversation.

Donnie has gotten plenty of free publicity, time to pay the piper.

Update: People Magazine has six women confirm Natasha Stoynoff was molested by Trump

Six colleagues and close friends who corroborate former PEOPLE writer Natasha Stoynoff’s account of being attacked by Donald Trump in 2005 are now coming forward. Among them is a friend who was with Stoynoff when she ran into Melania Trump later in N.Y.C. 

The wife of the Republican nominee denies meeting Stoynoff after the attack, but Stoynoff’s friend Liza Herz remembers being there during the chance meeting.

“They chatted in a friendly way,” Herz, who met Stoynoff in college, says. “And what struck me most was that Melania was carrying a child and wearing heels.”

Stoynoff’s story, which made national news when it broke last week and is reprinted in this week’s issue of PEOPLE, describes a run-in with Trump when she was covering him and pregnant wife Melania on assignment for PEOPLE in December 2005.

“We walked into that room alone, and Trump shut the door behind us. I turned around, and within seconds he was pushing me against the wall and forcing his tongue down my throat,” she writes.

Trump vigorously denies the story and later attacked Stoynoff on the campaign trail, saying, “She lies! Look at her, I don’t think so.”

Stoynoff describes meeting Melania later year: “I actually bumped into Melania on Fifth Avenue, in front of Trump Tower as she walked into the building, carrying baby Barron. ‘Natasha, why don’t we see you anymore?’ she asked, giving me a hug.”

Five other witnesses also back up Stoynoff’s account of her encounter with Trump:

Marina Grasic, who has known Stoynoff for more than 25 years, says she got a call from her friend the day after the attack. Stoynoff detailed everything about the attack, from Trump pushing her against a wall to the business mogul showing up at her massage appointment the following day, she says.

According to Grasic, her longtime friend was embarrassed and even thought of Trump’s then-pregnant wife when deciding not to come forward about the encounter.

“Natasha was also struggling about not hurting pregnant Melania if the story came out,” Grasic says. “Beyond just the attack, she was horrified by the vulgar circumstances under which she was attacked and propositioned to have an affair. She was there in a professional capacity, writing an article about their happy marriage, and after the incident Trump acted like nothing happened.

“She was particularly concerned that if he was capable of such behavior, what else was he capable of? Certainly character assassination by a powerful man was of great concern to her, which seems warranted in light of what Trump is saying about her this week. She ultimately decided to stay quiet but be taken off the Trump beat.”

Stoynoff’s former journalism professor, Paul McLaughlin, says that the writer called him in tears looking for advice the very night of the harrowing encounter. However, he cautioned her to remain quiet in fear of how Trump may retaliate.

“She wasn’t sure what she should do,” McLaughlin recalls. “I advised her not to say anything, because I believed Trump would deny it and try to destroy her.”

“It was tough decision but in a he said/she said we believed she would lose,” the professor said in a tweet regarding the incident. “He seemed rather nasty at the time.”

PEOPLE East Coast Editor Liz McNeil was one colleague Stoynoff confided in about the incident. McNeil remembers the day she returned from the assignment in Florida to cover Trump and his wife’s first anniversary.

“She was very upset and told me how he shoved her against a wall,” says McNeil.

She adds, “The thing I remember most was how scared she was. I felt I had to protect her.”

Deputy East Coast News Editor Mary Green returned to PEOPLE’s New York-based staff in December 2005 after a three-year hiatus excited to reconnect with Stoynoff. However, Stoynoff was haunted by her recent experience, and she opened up to Green about the encounter.

“In an early conversation we had in her office, she told me about what happened with Donald Trump,” Green said. “She was shaky, sitting at her desk, relaying that, ‘He took me to this other room, and when we stepped inside, he pushed me against a wall and stuck his tongue down my throat. Melania was upstairs and could have walked in at any time.’

“She talked about her shock, and wondered why it had happened, if she had done anything wrong. I assured her she hadn’t. She was also angry that he had forced himself on her, that she was glad someone had interrupted him, because he was surprisingly strong.”

Another coworker who knew about the attack was Liza Hamm, who was friends with McNeil and others in a “tight-knit group” that Stoynoff opened up to.

“Natasha has always been a vivacious person who wants to believe in the best of people, and this experience definitely messed with that outlook,” Hamm says. “But she is also a consummate professional. She told me that she asked to be taken off the Trump beat, but she tried her best to move past the experience and continue to do her job well.”

Stoynoff says she knew she was opening herself up for criticism when she decided to share her story, but she’s staying strong.

“I am doing okay,” she says in the new issue of PEOPLE.

In the past week, multiple women have come out with similar claims of sexual assault against the 70-year-old Republican presidential candidate.

Stoynoff admits there’s a chance Trump simply pushed her own incident from his mind.

“It’s possible he just doesn’t remember it,” Stoynoff says. “It was over 10 years ago and I assume I am one of many, many women.”

Game over.  Hillary wins.

Bristol is 26 today, time for her to GROW UP!-Update

From Bristol's instagram

bsmp2There's nothing like family time to finish off the work week. Helping Tripp with his homework, and cuddles with Sailor. Can't get much better! I'm also still drinking my @teamiblends skinny tea because it honestly has been a life saver. I need the energy in the evening without loads of caffeine! If you'd like to check them out, they offered me a discount code "BRISTOL" #thankyouteami

You know Bristol grifting, hawking shit ass items on Instagram, and pretending you have a job has to be getting old for you.  Grow up, get a job.

Update-From E Online

It's safe to say being 25 was one unforgettable chapter in Bristol Palin's life.

As the famous daughter to former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin celebrates her birthday Tuesday, it's impossible not to highlight the past 12 months that have been filled with milestones and memorable moments.

Shortly before celebrating Christmas, Bristol welcomed a beautiful baby girl into her family. "My sweet Sailor Grace was born yesterday, our family couldn't be more complete," she shared from the hospital. "My heart just doubled."

What came next were candid photos that followers couldn't help but ooh and aww over.

But while snapping special mother-daughter moments, Bristol also faced a legal situation when she reached a custody agreement with her ex Levi Johnson over their son Tripp Johnston.

Bristol would address the development in a lengthy Instagram post. "These babies are my world and I will always be doing what is best for them. Every child deserves two loving parents, so I will continue to encourage that no matter what. I have never, and will never, keep them from having a positive relationship with their fathers," she wrote. "I did not 'lose' any custody case—my son has always spent most of his time with me and he will continue to do so, he is happy, healthy, and knows both of his parents love him."

Ultimately, everything changed when Bristol said "I Do" to her on-again, off-again boyfriend Dakota Meyer in June.

"We are so happy to share with loved ones the wonderful news that we got married!" the couple announced to Entertainment Tonight. "Hard work and God's grace are the foundation of our new life together, and with the love and support of our family we know we can get through anything."
The couple even received support from Sarah who couldn't say enough good things about her new son-in-law.

"He's a wonderful young man, Medal of Honor winner. Such a patriot!" Sarah shared with E! News. "I love Dakota."

As a new year begins, Bristol is focused on family time and creating nothing but happy memories with those closest to her.

Whether enjoying a night out at the state fair with The Band Perry, marking the first day of school on Instagram or enjoying some mother-son time with homework, life with Bristol isn't so out of the ordinary these days.

"Life is full of ups and downs but in the end, you'll end up where you're supposed to be," Bristol and her husband shared when announcing their wedding.

So Bristol where is the marriage certificate?  And why did you drain Levi's bank account?

Monday, October 17, 2016

Donald Trump's housing discrimination scandal

From The Atlantic

Racial Housing Discrimination   

Where and when: New York City, 1973-1975

The dirt: The Department of Justice sued Trump and his father Fred in 1973 for housing discrimination at 39 sites around New York. “The government contended that Trump Management had refused to rent or negotiate rentals ‘because of race and color,’” The New York Times reported. “It also charged that the company had required different rental terms and conditions because of race and that it had misrepresented to blacks that apartments were not available.” Trump called the accusations “absolutely ridiculous.”

The upshot: The Trumps hired attorney Roy Cohn, who had worked for Joe McCarthy and whom Michael Kinsley once indelibly labeled “innocent of a variety of federal crimes.” They sued the Justice Department for $100 million. In the end, however, the Trumps settled with the government, promising not to discriminate and submitting to regular review by the New York Urban League—though crucially not admitting guilt. The Times has much more on the long history of allegations at Trump-owned properties

Read more: The New York Times, The Washington Post, The New York Times

If Donald is elected president he will fire all the minorities working in the White House

Monday Meme

Sunday, October 16, 2016

Sarah Pac down to it's last few pennies

From Open Secrets

Total Receipts $1,401,342
Total Spent $2,072,550
Begin Cash on Hand $825,556
End Cash on Hand $154,348
Debts $0
Date of last report September 30, 2016

2016 PAC Contribution Data
Contributions from this PAC to federal candidates (list recipients)
(0% to Democrats, 100% to Republicans) $72,500
Contributions to this PAC from individual donors of $200 or more ( list donors) $432,257

The actual report

She actually did better than I expected.  But the 4th quarter shouldn't be so good, especially after November 8, or 28th if you are a Donald Trump fan.

Athletes speak out against Donald Trump


MIAMI -- Udonis Haslem was leading some banter with Heat teammates after practice Monday, the jokes and laughter helping everyone wind down after practice.

That's how he defines locker room talk.

Donald Trump's characterization of his caught-on-tape crude and predatory comments about women as "locker room talk" has raised the ire of plenty of athletes, the overwhelming majority saying that what goes on even in private doesn't match up to what the Republican presidential nominee said on the now-infamous leaked tape.

"I don't know what locker room he's been in," Haslem said. "No, I didn't appreciate it, to be completely honest. That's not our locker room talk. I don't know Trump very well at all, but I don't know who he's played for the last couple years to even say he's been in anybody's locker room and had those kind of conversations."

On the tape, recorded in 2005, Trump bragged about kissing, groping and trying to have sex with women other than his wife. "When you're a star, they let you do it," he bragged. "You can do anything."

Athletes fired back en masse at Trump to send the message that they don't talk like he does. Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Brett Anderson, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Chris Conley, Los Angeles Clippers guard Jamal Crawford, and retired NFL players Donte Stallworth and Chris Kluwe were among the first to speak out, and many have since followed.

"It didn't sound like any talk in any locker room that I've ever been in, so maybe it was just a phrase," Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins said. "But it was wrong."

Saying such talk is never heard, however, might be a stretch. Some described hearing crude, profane or degrading comments routinely.

"Most definitely," said Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker, when asked whether he has heard off-color chatter. "Yeah, I have."

Ron Darling, the former major league pitcher who is now a television analyst, said such language isn't hard to find -- and it's found in the locker room, the boardroom and country clubs.

The hard part, for Darling, was trying to avoid it -- which he said he would do by walking away.

"Every repugnant thing that you can think of has probably been said in a clubhouse at some point," Darling said at Fenway Park on Monday night before the Cleveland Indians-Boston Red Sox playoff game.

"The thing about it is that it's the lowest common denominator thing. So it's the person with the foulest and worst mind and mouth is the person that becomes the loudmouth in the clubhouse," he said.

"A lot of times, clubhouses get associated with that person. It's a shame. It's why I chose personally -- if my mom heard me say things like that, she would beat the s--- out of me."

But the majority of athletes and coaches who have spoken out since the tape was published by The Washington Post and NBC News on Friday insist that what typically goes on stops well short of the level that Trump went to in his descriptions of grabbing women on that tape.

Clippers coach Doc Rivers said such talk is not typical of any locker room he has been a part of.

"They're bad comments. They're demeaning to women," Rivers said. "You know, I think when people throw out that word, 'locker room talk,' there's nobody talking like that in the locker room. Is there swearing in the locker room? Yeah. Every other word. But there's nobody demeaning -- there's players in our locker room with sisters, wives and daughters. There's not that type of talk in anyone's locker room."

Said Ole Miss football coach Hugh Freeze: "We're working hard on our young men understanding that women are priceless and should be treated as such."

Former NBA player Shane Battier said the "locker room" issue shouldn't be limited to the conversations athletes have among themselves.

"Be it right or misguided, the locker room -- in however you define it -- is probably one of the last places where most people feel safe expressing themselves without the fear of judgment or backlash," Battier said.

To even suggest that locker rooms are barren of such talk and innuendo would be futile.

The handling of sexual assault cases at the college level has been under fire for some time. Baylor fired football coach Art Briles after an investigation showed the program mishandled and covered up allegations. Tennessee struck a $2.48 million settlement after a lawsuit alleged the Volunteers didn't properly address some sexual assault claims involving athletes. Earlier this year, Florida State agreed to pay $950,000 to a woman who said she was raped by former Seminoles star Jameis Winston.

And three years ago, the Miami Dolphins' season unraveled amid claims of players bullying their own teammates in the locker room.

"If that is the actual talk that's happening in locker rooms, it's time to look at the leaders and examine their culture as to why those conversations happen," Miami women's basketball coach Katie Meier said.

At the WNBA Finals, Minnesota Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve said the mere notion of "locker room talk" further shows that women aren't treated equally.

"He was trying to say, 'It's what men do.' And that to me is the inherent problem," Reeve said. "It is what men do. Let's not have all these men stand up and say, 'Well, we don't do that!' ... Donald Trump's candidacy has shined the light on so many problems that exist that I always talk about. He is the epitome of all these things. He's not alone. It is behavior that's been accepted for years."

Dolphins linebacker Jelani Jenkins said the culture within locker rooms has changed for the better in recent years -- and it might be because there has been more of a crackdown when issues arise.

"For sure," Jenkins said. "People have gotten in trouble for certain things, like bullying, homophobia, different things like that that are very sensitive subjects. So guys are really careful what they say."

Detroit Lions wide receiver Golden Tate said there are no excuses for what Trump said.

"There's no excuse to talk that way about women, to women, to other people," Tate said.

He also disagreed with Trump's characterization of "locker room talk."

"I've heard some things over the years. I've heard some distasteful things over the years, but I've also heard some incredible things and some incredible outputs on life and character and religion and faith," he said. "I think locker room talk can be a wide range of things. I think people just kind of jump to the negative. I think if you sit down with everyone in this locker room and kind of pick their brain on something they have some knowledge on, they can give you some very, very good perspective. So locker room talk can be a wide range of things."

As a sports fan it does my heart well to hear professional athletes condemning Trump's comments.

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Yes Sarah you are a redneck, and deplorable too

From Sarah's Fecebook page

So... the Clinton camp just said Trump's base is "standard redneck"!?
Well, hecks yeah!
See comments here: and here re: Clinton dissing "coal people" in our Eastern states…/bill-clinton-mocks-the-coal-peopl…/
Turn up your speakers and be reminded how sweet it is to be called "redneck" - enjoy the great Gretchen Wilson:
- Deplorable Redneck

Sarah deplorables post pictures of themselves when they were "hot" eight years ago.  You are no longer hot.

For everyone who still supports Donald Trump