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Donald Trump Talks Grabbing Women By The Pussy And Pushes Sexual Assault Awareness To The Presidency

October 13, 2016

I would say that Donald Trump never did anything FOR the women of America, not that he never did anything TO the women of America, but Donald Trump’s remarks about grabbing women by the pussy just pushed the issue of sexual assault that women face silently all the way to the White House in a way that has never happened before. I would say that we could thank him for it, but I can’t quite gag it out. After all, the Republicans have been outed for loving themselves some sexual predators.

True, Trump says he never touched women, just bragged about assaulting them. You can watch Anderson Cooper try to pin him down on that here, not successfully, but Anderson Cooper did get Trump to say he “never did that” to women, “that” meaning sexually assault them.

Trump dodges the issue by trying to just talk about how ISIS kills people, but I gotta say that when you have to compare yourself to ISIS to look good, say you’re not an international terrorist to distract from sexual assaults, you have lost a lot of validity.

Also, Trump claims that his comments were “locker room” talk, but most pro athletes are calling foul. “Locker room talk” doesn’t include discussions of how to sexually assault women.

Former Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe took Trump to task on Monday in a blog post for Vox, outlining some of the things that athletes do talk about in the locker room.

We talk about our families. We talk about our significant others, our children, and our parents. We talk about our fears that if a Hitler wannabe who can’t even string together a coherent statement on domestic policy becomes president, what that might mean for those of us who are married to a member of a minority community, or are a member of a minority community, or have children going to schools where hopefully nobody screams racial epithets at them or tells them to go back to [insert foreign country they couldn’t identify on a map here].

LeBron James didn’t even call him Trump, just “that guy,” and like someone else said, “points for saying ‘that guy'”

“I’ve got a mother-in-law, a wife, a mom and a daughter, and those conversations just don’t go on in our locker room,” James said Tuesday. “What goes on in our locker room is sporting events that happened the night before, about family, about strategies that we may have that night, about a highlight that may have happened, you know, if there was a home run in the bottom of the ninth or there was an alley-oop dunk from a player the night before. That’s what happens in our locker room.

“But what that guy was saying,” James then added, “I don’t know what that is. That’s trash talk.”

He didn’t know what it was, but it was the bragging of a sexual predator.

Billy Bush who hosted the interview with Trump from 2005 looks to be taking it on the chin, as he should have a long time ago.

The host is now negotiating his exit from the “Today” show after just three months on the job in the wake of his part in the lewd video recording. In the tape, Bush is heard encouraging Trump’s despicable comments and adding a few of his own.

How much NBC executives knew about Bush’s behavior problems is unknown; a TMZ report published Wednesday claimed that he often made sexist remarks about women in the newsroom and did not face consequences.

This idea that men can simply discuss assaulting some as though it’s natural may have come to an end with Trump’s comments.

Evidently executives were going to let Billy Bush continue on the Today show, until angry viewers pushed back, and in a way, did women everywhere a favor.

Mr. Bush, 44, apologized on Friday evening, and throughout the weekend NBC officials maintained they had no plans to discipline him. As late as Sunday morning, the plan was for Mr. Bush go on “Today” on Monday and address the controversy, saying something along the lines of the statement he released on Friday, in which he said he was “ashamed.’’

But the backlash was significant. Mr. Bush’s Facebook page was deluged with thousands of angry comments. Two women that Mr. Bush and Mr. Trump discussed in the tape — the former “Access Hollywood” host Nancy O’Dell and the “Days of Our Lives” actress Arianne Zucker — released statements over the weekend expressing their disappointment.

Given the tape’s incredible visibility, it was likely that Mr. Bush would remain part of the news cycle for the near future. “Today” is in competition with ABC’s “Good Morning America” and the fallout from the videotape could have affected NBC’s ratings in the morning hours, particularly among women, who represent a significant portion of the show’s viewership.

By Sunday night, NBC had suspended Mr. Bush. Noah Oppenheim, the executive in charge of “Today,” told his staff in an email, “there is simply no excuse for Billy’s language and behavior on that tape.”

It’s a good thing business is finally taking action, because Republicans say they have to support their sexual predator, because, well, he is Republican. Just like that, being a Republican is more important than being a woman, but wait, isn’t that just status quo for Republicans. Heretofore, they have never said it out loud.  Apparently Republicans like their sexual predator just as much as the next guy because he belongs to their party. Trump is a sexual predator, but he is their sexual predator, and besides, when you compare the Trump Sexual Predator to ISIS, you gotta look better, right? I mean, why look at sexual predation when the only thing you have left to make you look good is international terrorist to compare yourself to?

Of course, in response to this controversy showing that women most likely won’t vote for him, what do Trumpkins start tweeting? Repeal the 19thAmendment. Ah, the glory is sweet. Keep “helping” him you Twitter Trumpkins, because it’s so much fun when you do.

Please, please, keep helping, and with your help, Twitter Trumpkins, Trump can restore the Aryan Race!

Just in case you thought Billy Bush was acting out of character, here is an old clip showing that Billy Bush is the same ole, same ole Billy Bush, gross and sexually harassing Jennifer Lopez in an interview, three years before his the Bush-Trump-Pussy-Fest.

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