Make America Hate Again: "I'll Be Dating Her in 10 Years..."

Ok. Start munching. Folks, The Donald was always meant to be the Republican nominee. They wanted this man. They made this happen. The Right wing bought this hook, line and sinker. Now, he takes the Party down with his campaign, and the Right wing will be left scratching their heads and wiping their tears. We tried to tell them, but they wouldn't listen... Via CBS News:

"As Republican nominee Donald Trump’s campaign still works to move past a recently released 2005 tape of his lewd remarks about women, more and more footage of similar comments made by Trump is surfacing.
In an “Entertainment Tonight” Christmas feature in 1992, Trump looked at a group of young girls and said he would be dating one of them in ten years. At the time, Trump would have been 46 years old.
The video, released Wednesday evening, was shot at Trump Tower.
In the clip, Trump asks one of the girls if she’s “going up the escalator.” When the girl replies, “yeah,” Trump turns to the camera and says: “I am going to be dating her in 10 years. Can you believe it?”
This is far from the first time Trump has made reference to his interest in dating much younger women.
In 2006, he even made a similar comment about his own daughter, Ivanka Trump: “I’ve said that if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her,” Trump said."


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Restoring the honor!



    But of course, how did we not see this coming? LOL!

  2. When Utah is in play, that's a pretty good sign that the GOP is fucked.

    I hope the Alt-Right is successful in wrecking the downballot.

    1. Uh oh.

  3. Ya win some, and ya win some.... Friend of yours, Jacob? Dimmy, O Dimmy!!!!


    We are thrilled to report that earlier today, the most violent of the “counter-protestors” who sometimes antagonizes and attempts to provoke our Flaggers on the Boulevard in Richmond was convicted of disorderly conduct in a local courtroom, in connection with a June incident where he spit at, cursed out, and intimidated several of our Flaggers in a violent rage.

    He was convicted, levied with a fine and court costs, forced to publicly apologize, and instructed to keep his distance from the Va Flaggers.

    From what I've read about this guy, and the video I've seen of him, he's a loose cannon, a borderline lunatic. If a Flagger had done what he did, Jacob, you would have rocketed through the roof.

    1. Ummm, no. But we all noticed y'all had nothing to say about Tripp's big day in court.

    2. I have no idea since no name was used. I do know that if you applaud the decision of that court that you will be thrilled to follow the law as it was applied to the flaggers regarding their demonstrations that led to court orders against the flaggers.

      Of course the write up of the article shows someone doesn't know their history, but then no flagger does. Any time they want to go in a courtroom and use facts they're more than welcome. I recall the time heritage supporters wanted to sue James McPherson for slander and they were convinced not to do so because they would have to use actual facts and be put on the record which they can't do.

      When it comes to flaggers, the best thing to do is just use facts when confronting them. Wave copies of the secession declarations and transcripts of the speeches at the secession conventions. Then show the orders of Jefferson Davis ordering the attack on Fort Sumter. Then show the US Constitution where it gives the president the authority to put down domestic insurrections. You know, primary sources which show the Confederacy came into being to protect slavery. Sources which show Jefferson Davis started the war. Sources which show the laws of the nation. Ask the flaggers for primary sources, and then take a long break because they can't find any to use that support their lies.

    3. Yes, we did talk about Tripp's day in court. But like Simpson, like a three year old, you think if you don't know about the conversation, it didn't happen. Besides, Tripp's case was personal, it was his. It didn't involve the VaFlaggers (except for them offering moral support). This incident involved people who were on the boulevarde flagging when this creep spat on them and cursed.

      Poor Dimmy, stuck in the 1860s. The incident that spurred this court case happened in 2016....

    4. The problem for you KKKonnie is that the history for your little heritage movement is not the version you've created to fit you ideology. So you have to look to the past and what the people in the past said and wrote and did. I know you just prefer to make up stuff to make yourself feel better, but that does not make you a historian.

      I like how you just manage to ignore the court decisions you don't like while bragging about the few that go your way. Your hypocrisy shows in this regard like it does with your lack of Christianity.

    5. Please show us the post concerning Tripp's most recent appearance.

    6. "Ya win some, and ya win some ..."

      But you lose every one worth winning.

    7. Because it's not my case.

      The one recently won was well worth winning.

    8. But Tripp didn't win it. He's on a losing streak. No wonder you don't want to discuss what you know. Too embarrassing.

  4. So Jacob, with all these Wikileaks hacks coming to light, are you experiencing hacker envy?


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