Trump Does Not Disrespect Women
Hillary, a woman cheated on, a woman who is financed by misogynistic Middle Eastern countries, a woman who covered up her husband’s rapes, a woman who points her finger and grimaces during memorized speeches, has the nerve to say Donald Trump, who hires and promotes women and improves their lot in life, disrespects women.
Is this a disrespected-by-Bill woman who is pointing an angry finger mistakenly at a gentleman? No, it’s little old doormat Hillary.
Hillary accuses Donald of calling Alicia Machado, Miss Piggy and Miss Housekeeping. So she curses out her security guards and accuses Donald of calling names whereas her husband skates on the edges of pedophilia.
Trump said that Machado “gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem.” Hillary has a weight problem. She should be somewhat sympathetic.
Let’s face it, a fat Miss Universe is not a Miss Universe; she is a Miss Galaxy. Lefties want to change reality so that a Miss Universe can be fat. Or that want to allow a transgender man can declare himself a woman and go to the ladies room.
Liberals are really stupid, let’s face it. But worse, they are destructive. They want to change reality so that it fits into their prejudices. And yet they are the first ones to accuse hose on the right of bigotry. The right wing has the kindness and moderation that Democrats wish they have, pretend they have, and fake.
Trump has called Rosie O’Donnell a fat pig, dog, slob and disgusting animal. Feminists think that this is anti-woman. Give me a break — it’s anti-Rosie. She is more than a woman. She is a Rosie, defined by her slovenly nature and ugliness.
If I were Trump I would have insulted Rosie the same. And if an ugly fat man insulted me I would call him fat, grotesque and an embarrassment. I am sick of crybaby women imagining insults against their figures when you have to figure their figures are either svelt or fat, that a spade is a spade and not a club. The fat lady in the circus is not Audrey Hepburn. The modeling industry is based on bulimia or anorexia. It is a responsibility to be thin. It is part of the game.
There is beauty and there is ugliness. It is not a choice. It is a cultural reality.