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Posted by V the K at 8:49 am - October 20, 2017.
Filed under: Unhinged Liberals

How to become a Democrat Rock Star in 2 Easy Steps. 1. Make an outrageous allegation against PDT. 2. Dress like you have no gay friends.

The Democrat Media Complex is so deranged with hatred for Trump (especially you, Jake Tapper and CNN) that they will promote any accusation, no matter how deranged, and no matter that the accusers are invariably middle-aged Democrat women who dress like amateur drag queens.

It actually started before the election, with shrill feminist Gloria Allred (whose daughter defended Harvey Weinstein) trotting out a parade of women to accuse Donald Trump of some vague manner of sexual impropriety. Then, they all disappeared. Poof!

Then, Congresswoman Maxine Waters began spouting off conspiracy theories of Russian collusion (spoiler alert, it was actually Bill and Hillary who were selling favors to the Russians) and screeching about impeachment from underneath a James Brown wig. This made the woman once named ‘the most corrupt member of Congress’ into a #Resistance superstar.

Then, the mayor of San Juan, PR decided that she wanted to be more than the incompetent mayor of a third world city, so she accused PDT of withholding relief from Puerto Rico (while standing in a warehouse filled with relief supplies), put on some custom-printed T-shirts with anti-Trump messages and accessorized them with ungodly hideous hipster eyeglasses and the Democrat Media Complex made her a rock star… for about a week and a half and then it came out she was spending all of her time promoting her brand and not even showing up for FEMA meetings and the politics became a little awkward.

And then, Florida Congresswoman Frederica Wilson saw her chance, fed the media a story of Trump insulting the family of a dead soldier in a way that didn’t come close to passing the smell test to anyone not consumed by Trump Derangement. No US President is ever going to call up the family of a fallen soldier and sneer at them. But that is precisely what Congresswoman Wilson is claiming and the Democrat Media Complex had an anti-Trump story from a “woman of color” so they ran with it like Usain Bolt.

Congresswoman Wilson also upped the fashion ante, dressing like a full on rodeo clown.

And she’s not even the worst dresser in the lot. The fashion editor who attacked Melania Trump’s shoes still wins, but just barely. (The lipstick Hitler moustache is a nice touch.)

The new face of the Democrat Party is a deranged, aging woman with no fashion sense screeching allegations and conspiracy theories.

If Democrats had any shame at all, they would be embarrassed by this.



  1. All this and Cas DEMANDS absolute proof that the high powers in Hollywood all knew about the big Pig.

    Look, another who knew :

    “Tarantino apologizes for staying silent about Weinstein’s alleged abuse” CNN

    Progressive ethics at is highest which is a very low bar indeed.

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — October 20, 2017 @ 9:57 am - October 20, 2017

  2. Old Barbra Streisand has decided to emerge also. Old. On Twitter. People are having a hard time remembering who she is. It’s like every hag at every crossroads in the fog has decided to try to get a piece of that pie. But then the #Resist kids are going, “Who?”

    The poor Will&Grace veterans are having the same kind of relevancy problem. You’re trying to sell bubblegum to kids & they’re going, “Who dat?”

    Comment by Hanover — October 20, 2017 @ 10:58 am - October 20, 2017

  3. I take GREAT pride in the fact that I’ve never seen a single episode of “Will & Grace.” That distinction also includes “Sex and the City” and “Friends.”

    OTOH, I am an unabashed “King of the Hill” and “Bob’s Burgers” fanatic.


    Comment by Julie the Jarhead — October 20, 2017 @ 11:12 am - October 20, 2017

  4. That title is dead-on and hilarious! What a nasty, self-serving, selfish… cow pie!

    Comment by Matt — October 20, 2017 @ 1:09 pm - October 20, 2017

  5. “Rhinestone Cow Pie”

    Lol! How apropos.

    Comment by Artful Codger — October 20, 2017 @ 1:12 pm - October 20, 2017

  6. Let’s not forget US Rep Sheila Jackson Lee, the carpet-bagging Congress-critter from Houston TX who attacked PDT with blatantly false and untruthy accusations in the aftermath of the Houston flooding from Hurricane Harvey. Reputedly she has the most toxic staff office-environment on the Hill, has the highest staff turnover, and is one of the most-despised Members of Congress by other Hill staffers.

    On Thursday, July 9, 2015, Jackson Lee and others who were engaged in a debate over the Confederate battle flag produced an erroneous reproduction of what they thought was the original flag. The original battle flag contained 13 stars representing each state of the Confederacy as of 1861. The flag that Jackson Lee presented to members of Congress contained 17 stars.

    In 1997, while on a trip to the Mars Pathfinder operations center in California, Jackson Lee confused the planet Mars with Earth’s own moon, asking whether the Pathfinder had succeeded in taking a picture of the flag planted on Mars by Neil Armstrong in 1969.

    Jackson Lee complained in 2003 that storm names were too white. “All racial groups should be represented,” she said, and asked officials to “try to be inclusive of African-American names.” – Wikipedia

    The late, great Rep. Barbara Jackson must be spinning that this crocodile inhabits her former District in downtown and suburban Houston.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — October 20, 2017 @ 1:15 pm - October 20, 2017

  7. That headline is priceless!

    Comment by MikeyParks — October 20, 2017 @ 2:57 pm - October 20, 2017

  8. That headline is priceless!

    I thought my line about dressing like you don’t have any gay friends was better.

    Comment by V the K — October 20, 2017 @ 3:05 pm - October 20, 2017

  9. Maybe it’s just me.
    But I’d like to know,how it came to be that Congresswoman Frederica Wilson came to be in on that phone conversation to begin with.

    Comment by The Poetry Man — October 20, 2017 @ 3:35 pm - October 20, 2017

  10. Apparently she has been associated with the family in the past, and was sharing the limousine with them when the call came in.

    Comment by Aerinyes — October 20, 2017 @ 3:37 pm - October 20, 2017

  11. If Democrats had any shame at all, they wouldn’t be Democrats.

    Comment by Rex — October 20, 2017 @ 3:37 pm - October 20, 2017

  12. Well you can get a good idea of the pecking order in the Democratic sphere by the lineup of who they trot out to make these silly comments and then drop them like your mothers advice when it’s proven they are lying.

    Comment by Sennacherib — October 20, 2017 @ 3:55 pm - October 20, 2017

  13. one of the tenets of communism; never let the truth get in the way of a good political lie.

    Comment by salg — October 20, 2017 @ 5:35 pm - October 20, 2017

  14. I thought Kelly’s remarks were from the heart and I got the impression that DJT was trying his best to express his condolences. As DJT isn’t a noted wordsmith, I’m sure it was less than eloquent (which makes it more sincere, IMHO). I long ago grew tired of the generic “thank you for your service”.

    Kelly then referred to the congress-critter as a noisy, empty barrel. I snorted – he nailed it.

    And, to prove that Kelly is right, she pulled out the race card which shows that she has nothing to offer to the contrary.

    This stuff reinforces my belief that the racial divide will continue to widen and become more dangerous. A population marinated in the toxic sludge extruded by people like Wilson (and plenty of white people) has poisoned millions of people and will poison millions more.

    These people are incapable of shame and too wicked (or stupid) to care about the human toll.

    Comment by KCRob — October 20, 2017 @ 7:03 pm - October 20, 2017

  15. Oh, V the K, you are such an epic wordsmith! Thud! That was me swooning! 😉

    I’m sharing this with friends, it’s so awesome!

    Comment by runningrn — October 20, 2017 @ 7:15 pm - October 20, 2017

  16. … Florida Congresswoman Frederica Wilson saw her chance, fed the media a story of Trump insulting the family of a dead soldier in a way that didn’t come close to passing the smell test …

    President Trump did disrespect my son and my daughter and also me and my husband,” Cowanda Jones-Johnson told the Washington Post, adding that Wilson’s account was accurate.

    Congresswoman Wilson … dressing like a full on rodeo clown.

    Rarely seen in public without a hat, the congresswoman’s showpieces began making regular appearances some 30 years ago as a tribute to her namesake Bahamian grandmother, Frederica.

    “[My grandmother] wore hats and gloves. I just wanted to be like her, so I started wearing hats. I just like to dress up, I guess, and I got that from her.” Wilson told Roll Call.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — October 20, 2017 @ 8:23 pm - October 20, 2017

  17. But CrayCray, could it not also be possible that the intent behind DJT’s words could have been misconstrued? KCRob is right. He isn’t a wordsmith. Couldn’t it be he meant well, but they took it wrong because they were told they should, so it could fit the racist narrative?

    Comment by TAD — October 20, 2017 @ 9:00 pm - October 20, 2017

  18. Just so I’m clear on what you are defending, CCP…this POS “congressperson” lifted up it’s skirt, winked at the wife of this dead soldier and pissed and shit all over his dead body. In order to score political points.

    And you, CCP, are OK with that.

    There were 4/FOUR soldiers. And you didn’t just fall, but you JUMPED. With both feet. For the RaceBaitingPOS.

    Good job, CCP.

    Comment by Lobogris — October 20, 2017 @ 10:28 pm - October 20, 2017

  19. Like I said, you have to be in full-on Trump derangement to believe he would call the parents of a fallen soldier just to sneer at them. Why the hell would he do that?

    Comment by V the K — October 20, 2017 @ 11:11 pm - October 20, 2017

  20. He wouldn’t V the K. Which makes this way past Trump derangement. This is pure unadulterated stupidity.

    You hear me CCP? mikey? Casimir?

    Comment by Lobogris — October 20, 2017 @ 11:27 pm - October 20, 2017

  21. This is just a big distraction to get Progressives to not talk about Progressive Pigs in Hollywood, the media, fashion and music.

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — October 21, 2017 @ 12:13 am - October 21, 2017

  22. It doesn’t matter whether DJT would do it or not.

    The only thing that matters is how big the lie is, and how loudly and quickly it can be repeated.

    Comment by aerinyes — October 21, 2017 @ 12:20 am - October 21, 2017

  23. Congresswoman Wilson dresses like a clown because like many black people, she has to parade around and show off. What happened to good old humility? I guess it went the way of the Crown Victoria.

    Comment by davinci38 — October 21, 2017 @ 12:35 am - October 21, 2017

  24. Ted B.

    Sheila Jackson Lee has one of the highest turnovers of staff because she treats them like dirt. If do a Google search, you can see how people that worked for her have endured her temper tantrums and wacko behavior. One day she will retire and be replaced by another whack job.

    Comment by davinci38 — October 21, 2017 @ 12:37 am - October 21, 2017

  25. #10

    Is Congresswoman Wilson an ambulance chaser?

    Comment by davinci38 — October 21, 2017 @ 12:38 am - October 21, 2017

  26. Hi Lobogris,

    Thanks for the (rather graphic) reply. I don’t believe I was defending anything. I’m just trying to sort out your Comment #18 and reconcile it with the facts I presented at Comment #16.


    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — October 21, 2017 @ 3:14 am - October 21, 2017

  27. From all accounts, the congressperson has close, personal ties with the family of Jones-Johnson. Not to cast aspersions on the bereaved, but it’s entirely possible she was offended simply because it was Trump that called. Or simply Trump screwed up the delivery, trying to paraphrase what Gen Kelly told him of the call the general had received. It seems at least that one of the other families that he called were not offended and were in fact consoled to some degree by the call.

    Is someone suggesting that Trump would, for some reason, have sought to offend the family of a slain soldier?

    What reason would he have to call and disrespect this woman and her family?

    How would doing so serve his policies?

    Is it at least -possible- that Trump did not seek to disrespect this family?

    If he did intentionally call to disrespect this woman and her family, why the actual fuck would he do so with General Kelly in the room?

    Comment by aerinyes — October 21, 2017 @ 4:17 am - October 21, 2017

  28. Like V says in #19, why would he do that. Why would anyone do that. The answer is simple, no one would do that. So, the funky chicken in the hat, because that’s her style & she’s not Nick Cannon with his turban, but she’s a different character with a smallish cowboy hat fetish thinking it’s best to be known as something like that.

    The problem is, she’s a nerd & she’s a liar. I think that’s universally understood at this point. On the Left also. That’s a problem with the US political class. They’re often very, not cool. Like Obama, who they all tried to convince themselves was cool. He wasn’t. He’s not. Let’s face it, Trump is as cool as they come but only because billionaires & generals are eccentric & have their valid eccentricities.

    If I was President Trump, beset with treacherous freaks waiting in cars for calls to come through, I’d forgo the calls to the survivors. It’s not mandatory, it proves nothing & since this freak has decided to be her freakish self, he doesn’t have to call them. It’s best.

    You’ve got a dupe in the car with Wilson ready to say that Trump was rude on the phone. That’s a double zinger.

    Comment by Hanover — October 21, 2017 @ 4:26 am - October 21, 2017

  29. @ 3, I just recently watched one of the new Will and Grace episodes. It was very preachy and noticed there was a lot of LGBT SJW influences in it where as the original Will and Grace was care free and not so preachy.

    Comment by James — October 21, 2017 @ 8:02 am - October 21, 2017

  30. There’s a hypothesis that this fake scandal was cooked up by the DMC as payback for PDT calling out the NFL SJWs. It is a way for the left to screech “the president is disrespecting the troops and the flag” when he did no such thing. As I said, you have to be deranged to really believe he would do this.

    Comment by V the K — October 21, 2017 @ 8:12 am - October 21, 2017

  31. James, the left is so out of ideas on how to take Trump down, they have to resort to using entertainment (football, tv shows, movies, comedy sketches) to constantly barrage the American public with anti-Trump rhetoric. You can already see America is tiring of this strategy. Box office returns are diminished, people aren’t watching the NFL, people are unplugging their tv’s. Ratings are down. It’s bad enough to have run out of creative ideas they have been recycling old shows (McGyver, Hawaii 5-0, Will and Grace, and an upcoming Roseanne), but they are making movies based on Disney rides and old tv shows. I could be wrong, but I think that the reboot of Will and Grace will eventually flop. Millenials aren’t really all that interested in watching a cast of moderately attractive people in their 40’s kvetch around. The left is overplaying its hand–it always does. They are too blind to realize that what they are doing is precisely why people voted for Trump.

    Comment by runningrn — October 21, 2017 @ 10:23 am - October 21, 2017

  32. The funny thing about the left’s Trump Derangement is that, like, racism, they’re creating an environment where the real thing won’t be taken seriously.

    When Trump’s every decision, utterance, gesture, facial expression, tweet, or bathroom break creates another Category 5 poop-storm, more and more people just say “to hell with it” and tune out.

    Then, like actual racism, when a real screwup occurs, no one will be paying attention.

    The left will rue the day they decided to embark on their current course. I saw the other day where some judge refused to expunge Joe Arpaio’s record despite his pardon. I don’t know what the law is, here, but it seems to me that the judge has set yet another precedent for doing whatever the hell he wants to (see the “travel ban”). If the left thinks conservative judges won’t be tempted to do the same thing, they’re pretty dumb.


    Comment by KCRob — October 21, 2017 @ 12:21 pm - October 21, 2017

  33. You deflected, CCP. When given the opportunity to change your direction, you still deflect.

    You chose scum over a soldier. For politics.

    I truly hope you live in interesting times. And the soldiers you hold in contempt never come to save you.

    Comment by Lobogris — October 21, 2017 @ 7:12 pm - October 21, 2017

  34. Hi Lobogris,

    I’m bewildered by your response. I posted a quotation from the deceased solder’s mother.


    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — October 22, 2017 @ 1:37 am - October 22, 2017

  35. Yeah. I’m kind of confused as to what the main-stream media wants me to take away from this story.

    1] I get it: Pres. Trump tried to help out by making a phone call, and [his delivery of his condolences came across, [accidentally], as frightening and harsh?]…OK, I can see that.

    So, 2] for trying to help, and [accidentally] hurting someone’s feelings, while trying to help……..I’m supposed to think that Trump is a horrible man for that?

    Comment by TR — October 23, 2017 @ 8:52 pm - October 23, 2017

  36. Hi TR,

    Wilson stated Trump “was almost like joking” and said “he knew what he signed up for, but I guess it still hurt.”

    The soldier’s mother confirmed this. The widow has as well. “The President said that he knew what he signed up for, but it hurts anyway … And it made me cry because I was very angry at the tone of his voice and how he said he couldn’t remember my husband’s name.”

    Trump tweeted, “Democrat Congresswoman totally fabricated what I said to the wife of a soldier who died in action (and I have proof). Sad!”

    Yet, we have the soldier’s mother and widow who were present for the phone call contradicting this. So, he lied.

    I’m supposed to think that Trump is a horrible man for that?

    This is taking it a bit far IMO. If anything, this episode is just revealing. 1) He lied. 2) Empathy is far from his strong suit, if the phone call is any indication. 2) He refuses to acknowledge his weaknesses and/or the impact of his missteps, which minimises the experience, at the very least, of the widow. Instead, he uses his Chief of Staff to add some context, while also deflecting, and not acknowledging his lie as well. 3) Trump is a man who will try to delegitimise those who speak against him with the truth and have less power (and people, like some on this blog will turn a blind eye). Whatever was on Wilson’s mind (Was it all political? was it partially personal outrage on the behalf of her friends? A mixture of the two? Something else?) it was her right to express herself. And she did. The media, unsurprisingly, picked up on it. And then Trump delegitimised her with a lie.

    So, is he horrible? Not necessarily. But the way this played out is instructional about what kind of man he is.


    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — October 23, 2017 @ 9:21 pm - October 23, 2017

  37. *And V the K followed lockup step by minimising her as well and mocking her style of dress, despite it being a tribute to her grandmother.

    As well, Jimmy isn’t exactly a fashion-plate himself. Ahem.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — October 23, 2017 @ 9:25 pm - October 23, 2017

  38. Hi CCP,

    Also @36,

    Thanks for the reply.

    For my part, having lost people I’ve cared about, to [them passing on], in my adult life, I kind of- like to not judge the actions of people who have lost people…since I think death scares adults to death, and that people who mourn are going to be very emotionally wound, and very unhappy, for months or years to come.

    I also like to not judge the actions of people who support people who are mourning- whether they are regular people, or Congresspeople, or Presidents of a country[s], or others.

    In my view- It could be that Pres. Trump tried to help the person who lost a husband, but his actions were clumsy, so then- some people got upset by his actions.

    Also- I think it is possible, that the woman who lost her husband, and the Congress-member who was supporting this woman, were not in a great emotional frame of mind, and maybe misconstrued his attempt to help, [as a phone call that was very harsh, and emotionally brash].

    So- In my view, do I think that any of the three people involved in this event, acted in the most constructive ways, and non-passionate ways, about this event.

    Well really, I do not think that about them- but that is how I see people in mourning, and people in the Federal Government…who have to deal with the harsh realities of soldiers, police, and others, who pass on- in the lands that they govern.

    Did some or a number of people, who are involved in this event, respond to brashly to [the criticism that they got, for their handling of this event?

    Yes, I believe so…but, as far as the emotionally strained people [who mourn , + the people who try to comfort them]-

    It’s just my way of doing things-I try not to judge them ahead of time, and say that [they or that person is lying about such events], because I think that these people are very emotionally strained, and are not [in a good emotional place to say: that person is totally telling the truth, and that person is not].

    Please consider looking at it this way- I’m not saying that you must have any of my above points of views, or that you must have any kind of point of view-

    However I am saying that you and I can have quite different points of view on any events, and I think that maybe neither of our [points of view] might be 100% right, on these events.

    Peace and Happiness,


    Comment by TR — October 23, 2017 @ 10:00 pm - October 23, 2017

  39. Oops. I left out a question-mark, in #38.

    That should say: [ So- In my view, do I think that any of the three people involved in this event, acted in the most constructive ways, and non-passionate ways, about this event ? ]

    Comment by TR — October 23, 2017 @ 10:04 pm - October 23, 2017

  40. Hi TR,

    Thank you for the thoughtful reply. It definitely puts things into perspective.

    I’m a little bit more judgey than you are, and, as a consequence, my expectations are a bit more harsh, I guess.

    I won’t disagree with you. But, I will say, I wish, as president, Trump could have been the bigger person, after the fallout of Wilson’s reaction. As the person with the most power, and as a highest representative of his country, I believe it was his responsibility to set aside his ego and just acknowledge exactly what you shared and said, “I honestly reached out with the best intentions. I was clumsy in my execution. I apologise. I hope the loved ones of this man can understand this,” instead of throwing more kindling onto the fire with his tweet.

    I believe in my heart that would have been the mature response. It probably wouldn’t have convinced many people who have already made up their minds about the substance of his integrity, but, personally, I would have rethought what kind of person he was based on what he has already demonstrated.

    But, perhaps it was just a distraction tactic to keep the liberal media in a twist over this very specific detail. It may be politically shrewd, but it also shines a light on what kind of person he is and perhaps undermines his intentions to have initially tried to console the widow and her family.

    I respect your reaction, though.


    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — October 24, 2017 @ 2:43 am - October 24, 2017

  41. Hi TR,

    Also, he forgot the soldier’s name according to his widow. (Okay, fine, honest mistake.)

    But, for him to then tweet out:

    I had a very respectful conversation with the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson, and spoke his name from beginning, without hesitation!

    I mean … I dunno what to say. He’s now telling a grieving widow that she’s lying. I just don’t get how one defends this. It doesn’t mean one has to cut him loose, either. But, damn, it’s indefensible. It’s like, dude, knock it off. Just shut up already.

    I dunno. We live in a completely different world now.

    He’s either a grade-A a55hole, or, like I said, he’s stoking the diversionary tactics as a political move, because he knows how gullible the media is. And, if it’s the latter, he’s still a grade-A a55hole, and no one should really stand for this, regardless of “liberal media” and other excuses. It’s just gross, unfortunate, and disappointing. Sad.


    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — October 24, 2017 @ 4:03 am - October 24, 2017

  42. She apparently has no black friends, either. Snazziest dressers on the planet.

    Comment by miss marmelstein — October 24, 2017 @ 11:11 am - October 24, 2017

  43. Hi Miss Marmelstein,

    Can you please:

    a) Provide proof

    b) Explain why it matters

    Make sure you do a) first (convincingly).


    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — October 24, 2017 @ 5:21 pm - October 24, 2017

  44. Hi CCP,

    Also @40,

    Sure thing. I can see that. I also like one of your points- that the man/woman who is the President, in my view anyway, should try to look like the most gracious, and polite people, when having disagreements.

    Or at least, in exchanges like that, they should at least [try] to appear that gracious and polite…so that they look more polished + polite than expected.

    Have a Good Day,

    Comment by TR — October 24, 2017 @ 5:47 pm - October 24, 2017

  45. Hi CCP,

    Also @41,

    Yeah, as far as this event goes, I don’t agree with his “I said his name!…no hesitation!”, Twitter response, either.

    To me, that’s just rude, 10-year-old kid stuff.
    It’s a kind of a response like: “No! I’m not the smelly jerk! YOU’RE the jerk!” Kind of rudeness.

    Yeah, I think there’s no need for acting like that.

    For what it’s worth- I REALLY think it is unfortunate, that Trump has a, “no apologize” way of going through life.

    [Well, Wikipedia says this about him, when you look up the wikip. page on him, and the page’s section- on his ideas on religion + such things].

    He has said that [he doesn’t like to apologize, when he’s made a mistake, or offended someone, I guess].

    He says, instead of [apologizing], he likes to “forget about that, and just make things right”, or words to that effect.

    That’s a BIG, strange thing, to me.

    I mean, maybe he has workers, friends, + fellow bosses that know about his [don’t say you’re sorry] move, + they work around it, but- MOST if not [all] people I know feel better about things, or at least feel that it is required, if they apologize after offending someone.

    Such as- if I accidentally drop a brick on some guy’s toes, I immediately feel I need to apologize to him.

    Who knows, maybe Trump thinks that it is tactically weak, in business, or government, to [say you’re sorry for an action].

    However, and no offense meant to Trump, but- best of luck to him- a [no apologize rule] sounds like a tool that will really put off a lot of people that he’ll interact with, in the future.

    If he’s doing this thing- trying to go through work, for your entire life, with an attitude of [ I’ll never make it so people can say I made a mistake, or that I don’t have a perfect record…in social situations],
    that would be an emotional burden that would be too heavy for me to carry.

    Hm. I took that to an end that I didn’t expect. Well, that’s that.

    Sorry if this was too TL;DR.

    Have a Good Day,


    Comment by TR — October 24, 2017 @ 6:15 pm - October 24, 2017

  46. Hi TR,

    Thanks for your thoughts. Yes, I believe Trump sees apologising as a sign of weakness. That’s a pretty sound conclusion. He has gone his whole life this way.

    You, like me, and a lot of others have the humility to see the humanity in others, which gives us the ability to be empathetic. It’s how people learn to live cohesively together as best as they can manage.

    We all have to go to bed at night and sleep with ourselves and who we are. And what you mentioned about emotional burden speaks to what is inside our soul.


    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — October 24, 2017 @ 7:01 pm - October 24, 2017

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