All Donald needs is 70 million people like this

After driving for five hours from her Illinois home to a huge Donald Trump rally in an Ohio football stadium, Judy Wright was not going to let a few allegations of sexual assault damp her ardour for the man she is convinced will save America.

“I don’t believe these women,” said Wright, 65. “The media is lying and is in the bag for Hillary Clinton. We’re losing our country, and the liberals and the Democrats and the press will do anything to distract us. Why did these women only come ­forward now? It’s a fix.”

And I sorta doubt he’s going to find that many but you never know….

34 thoughts on “All Donald needs is 70 million people like this”

  1. So Much For Subtlety

    And I sorta doubt he’s going to find that many but you never know….

    I don’t know. Seems a perfectly sensible mainstream position to me.

    There is a Shy Tory effect. Generally I don’t believe in it. I believe the polls. But given the insane hatred of the mainstream media for ordinary people I wouldn’t be surprised if it is higher than normal. After all, the amazing thing is that Hillary has not put Trump away yet.

    Either way I don’t think Americans ought to accept the outcome. Their treasonous elites have imported an entirely new voter base which has stolen their country. They were not asked and they did not agree. That is an illegitimate change.

  2. One thing that is odd. The Trump railles are huge, drawing thousands. Hillary’s are a few hundred at most and there are videos of those “hand made” placards being handed out for participants. Whether this means anything we’ll see soon enough.

  3. Judging by the Yanks on my Faceache, he’s got an awful lot of them.

    I’ve got one solid pro-Hillary and about 20 solid trumpists. And a few UK expats keeping quiet and moaning bout the weather.

    With justification – coastal Florida residents.

  4. Trump needs 70 million (accepting your number) who hate Hillary more than they hate him. People who worship him would be a bonus, but not necessary.

  5. ‘The media is lying and is in the bag for Hillary Clinton.’
    Yup, Hillary is utterly corrupt, it’s a small miracle she is not already in prison.

  6. So Much For Subtlety

    Eddy – “Hillary is utterly corrupt, it’s a small miracle she is not already in prison.”

    Dear God, I don’t ask for much. But please, let me live long enough to see Hillary in orange!

  7. Tim Newman,

    It’s about how extremes can become cultish, a rallying cause by the disaffected, angry or mad.

    It’s like desktop Linux users. Many are far more vocal about the fact they run Linux than Windows users are. And it’s not that Linux is better (or worse, it’s fine), it’s that they’re a bit unbalanced and the fact that it’s more extreme appeals to them.

  8. “Indeed, the tyranny of the majority seems to have been replaced by the tyranny of the highly vocal minority.”

    Which is prepared to use, or get its proxies to use, violence against its opponents.

  9. Bending over backwards to defend Trump, hmm? I seem to remember similar reactions on here when the Savile revelations emerged.

  10. So Much For Subtlety

    KJ – “I seem to remember similar reactions on here when the Savile revelations emerged.”

    What revelations would these be? Saville was investigated by the police on numerous occasions. Not one conviction. There is still not a single credible allegation against the man.

  11. Woman at gym believes the flimsy allegations. She has to want to believe them, as intellectually vacant as they are. Apparently millions of others believe them, too, while not believing Hillary trashed women who accused her husband of FELONIOUS assaults.

    Doesn’t speak well for democracy.

  12. SMFS, well I s’pose it’s difficult to prove now the old cunt is dead.. but if you really do believe that every one of those thousands of allegations are false, then you must be an even bigger dickhead than I previously thought.

  13. On the subject of Donald and tax,, in the 2nd debate he brazenly answers the question on making rich americans pay their fair share. He says, yeah, I took advantage of bankruptcy and carried interest and retorts that Hillary will let all her rich donors carry on with that.

    That’s no way to woo an undecided. Just a little of Tim W style, – you’re going to tax loss making businesses are you? I think would have worked much better. And really it makes me think he is pretty lightweight in the brain department.

  14. So Much For Subtlety

    KJ – “well I s’pose it’s difficult to prove now the old cunt is dead.. but if you really do believe that every one of those thousands of allegations are false, then you must be an even bigger dickhead than I previously thought.”

    Well when he was alive the police investigated him. And found nothing. We have just had a massive inquiry look into what Savile might have done. Thousands of cases? They found just 78 cases where someone claimed Savile assaulted them and they could not prove it did not happen. They did not find a single case where it could be proven something did happen.

    And then the lawyers took all the money and the claimants got virtually nothing.

    http://annaraccoon.com/2016/07/24/feeding-time-at-the-legal-zoo/

    I wouldn’t want to disappoint you. But people used to believe in witchcraft. The most thoroughly proven criminal charge in the history of the law I believe.

  15. So Much For Subtlety, you are facilitating KJ in diverting the discussion into a Trump / Saville association. The proper response to this kind of tactic is “fuck off, you cunt”.

    (perhaps accompanied by the video clip of Clinton sticking his hand between the stewardesses’ legs)

  16. Given the establishment onslaught against Trump, NYT/ABS’s latest poll gives it to Clinton by a mere 5% (2% bounce back by the big guy), putting it within the margin for error.

  17. “SMFS, well I s’pose it’s difficult to prove now the old cunt is dead.. but if you really do believe that every one of those thousands of allegations are false, then you must be an even bigger dickhead than I previously thought.”

    KY–You are so full of leftist shite you could sell it commercially if wasn’t all too available already.

    Think about the “thousands of assaults” numbnuts. Committed by one man while having about five careers on the go and never found out once across forty years. You come over as the kind of dumb leftist cunt who would accept yourself as a rapist if your femmi-masters told you to but understand that Saville very likely did NOTHING WHATSOEVER .

    In twenty five years, once the fog of Marxian femmi-cuntery has dispelled that will be acknowledged –just as the utter falsehood of the –femmi-inspired (with help from Jesus Jumpers)–Satanic Panic is now proven a crock of red-shite. There being neither any Satanism or any abuse.

    Shame about those families that were forcibly separated and fucked over eh?

    But what are a few more victims under the wheels of fucking socialism. Not enough to be worth counting alongside the millions already there.

  18. Bernie G–The media scum are in Clintons tank.

    It is the same caper as Brexit.”Don’t bother turning out cos the polls show you won’t win”.

    Fuck the Polls.

    Any Yank reading this–for God’s sake vote Trump and save your nation and possibly the world.

  19. The Inimitable Steve

    I think he’ll win, but it’ll be close.

    Hillary is awful, just awful. Possibly the worst major presidential candidate in modern times. Leaving aside her long record of criminal activity, whoring America out to the Saudis and Goldman Sachs, and compulsive lying, just look at her.

    She’s got the charisma of a wet fart. Bill, in his prime, could charm the birds off the trees and then do sex to them. Hill – when she’s compos mentis enough to appear in public – comes across like every false-smiled, hoity-toity, cuntish old HR woman you’ve ever had the misfortune to encounter.

    It’ll all hinge on turnout, and I can’t envisage many Yanks waiting in line on a chilly November day to vote for a horrible old woman they have hitherto shown no interest in turning out to see. Whereas Trump’s supporters are locked in and fired up.

    The media/Clinton campaign has also badly overplayed its hand. They spent over a year calling Trump madracistHitler and simply devalued the currency of that smear to nothing.

    They’ve similarly overreacted on the sex stuff. Trump talking about pussy on tape was damaging. If they’d used that deftly and with some restraint, it’d have been powerful.

    But they couldn’t resist doubling down. Dragging out obvious liars to claim he groped them 35 years ago, but they didn’t think to mention it till 1 month before the election, just makes it look like a crude hatchet job on Trump from the establishment. Which it is.

  20. Lets assume the polls are being fixed in Hillary’s favour. Is this not counter productive? If its really neck and neck, or even Trump ahead, then the pro-Hillary side need every supporter they can get. By painting her a distance ahead they would risk some people not bothering to vote for her, ‘because she’s going to win anyway’. Trump supporters are fanatical, one suspects they’ll vote regardless of the polls. But Hillary’s support is far shallower – people holding their noses to vote for her because of Trump. If those people don’t vote because she’s well ahead in the polls and they can abstain with a clear conscience, then it might just do for her.

    So if polls are being fixed there’s two scenarios – either the polls are being fixed against Hillary, because she’s so far ahead they need to make it a bit close to get her vote out, or they really are fixing it to make her look well ahead when she isn’t, in which case they might just be handing the election to Trump.

    I don’t know!

  21. They’re already setting up the ‘If Trump wins, the Russians fixed the vote!’ meme and creepy Joe Biden, (remember him?) is threatening to cyber invade them damn rooskies.

    What they’ll do if Trump does win by a whisker is the big question. Will Obama declare it null and void and stay on, or will he award the prize to Clinton?

    The fact that a lot of people will find that scenario plausible in the US today is pretty scary. The fact that a lot of people, (including the MSM), will be cheering Obama on if he decides to go for it is even more scary,

  22. The Brexit pattern was :

    1–Mostly false claims of being way ahead–so “Don’t bother to turn out for Brexit cos you have no chance” etc

    Then:

    2–Near the day–“Oh no they are catching up–all Remain crew better turn out to ensure they lose ” etc

    I imagine the pattern will be repeated over in the USA.

    The left is crafty and evil but also thick as well.

  23. One thing that is odd. The Trump railles are huge, drawing thousands. Hillary’s are a few hundred at most and there are videos of those “hand made” placards being handed out for participants. Whether this means anything we’ll see soon enough.

    Nothing odd about it at all: Turnout will determine the next POTUS and nothing else. In the primaries turnout was historically high for Republicans and the lowest in two decades for Democrats.

    There are no “undecided” in this election cycle and never have been… Both candidates are too well known and too polarizing to believe there are more than a handful of morons out there trying to decide if they will vote for one or the other. The key here is this: Will Trump get enough people who normally lean Republican to vote for him, or will Clinton get enough people who normally vote Democrat to vote for her.

    Irrespective of the polls, the evidence suggests he will and she won’t. Example: Less than two weeks ago Clinton’s camp was touting a poll saying she was up 9 points in Ohio. Last week both she and Obama were stumping in Ohio. If you’re 9 points up in a state, you don’t spend time in mid-October in said state. Their internal polling is telling them they aren’t up enough to divert resources elsewhere. The fact that Clinton had to drag Obama into Ohio suggests her internal polling is telling her she isn’t up at all.

    The media and the Democrats are trying to sell the idea that they are ahead. Maybe they are, but I doubt it. Neither is actually acting like they are ahead.

  24. @Dennis
    “Neither is actually acting like they are ahead.” I didn’t know that O was in Ohio. Your explanation is very plausible.

  25. Whatever the relative ‘merits’ of the two candidates, we should applaud them for cranking-up the entertainment value of US politics by about 3000%: http://bit.ly/2e8MGIH What the hell are we going to do for laughs when it’s all over?

  26. Bloke in North Dorset

    Dennis,

    What do you think will happen in the Senate and Congress elections? Won’t that affect how they can govern?

  27. It seems the left are being overtaken by fantasy.

    After 8 years of Obama, the worst mess in America ever and anyone who is not a cunt themselves able to witness the naked cuntishness of the bitch, the Wankington Post is talking about how Killery will be winning states etc that are traditionally Republican.

    Equivalent to : “After Remain win we’re going to join the Euro”

    Morons. Arrogant fucking morons.

  28. Trump voters are pissed off at media bias. So the obvious media manipluation of these women’s revelations — the “moderator” of the “debate” insisting on getting a yes/no answer out of Trump to “Have you ever kissed a woman without her permission?” for no apparent reason, followed immediately by in-depth coverage of stories of his doing exactly that, but only in swing states — was just stupid. Even if every one of these women is telling the truth, they still decided to reveal the truth via an obviously, brazenly manipulated sting, and that will piss Trump’s supporters and Republicans off more than the truth.

    Mark Steyn:

    P*ssygate? Sorry, I decline to play by Washington Post rules. Every GOP nominee is a sexist pig: last time round, it was poor blameless Mitt with his “binders full of women” and his long track record of giving cancer to laid-off workers’ wives. The fact that this particular nominee for once actually is a vainglorious sexist is not even interesting in a media stopped-clock kind of way – because Trump has more or less been advertising the fact on the Howard Stern show for a quarter-century. So the story is chiefly of note as a near parodic example of the ludicrously lop-sided standards applied to Democrats and Republicans: I mean, the alternative to a Trump victory is the restoration to the White House of a credibly accused rapist and serial abuser, accompanied by the woman who has gleefully trashed his victims for 40 years.

    I just can’t understand how both parties, faced with the worst candidate imaginable from their opponents, has managed to field someone worse. HOW CAN THEY BOTH BE WORSE?

  29. What do you think will happen in the Senate and Congress elections? Won’t that affect how they can govern?

    Republicans keeping the House was never in doubt. As for the Senate, it appears that the Republicans will probably retain a very slight majority… Several of the races Democrats thought they could win have slipped away from them.

    The problem for either Trump or Clinton, I think, will be that Trump’s success (even if losing) will embolden Republican conservatives to buck their leadership on a variety of issues. The better Trump does, the less sway Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell will have, which means more difficulty in maintaining party discipline. House Republicans especially have noted that Ryan and the Establishment Elders are operating in Emperor With No Clothes territory, they will not be in the mood to sign off on amnesty, Obamacare fixes or tax increases.

  30. I just can’t understand how both parties, faced with the worst candidate imaginable from their opponents, has managed to field someone worse.

    Here’s how it happened:

    Democrats – The Clintons have always controlled the Democratic Party apparatus – both in terms of organization and fundraising. That gives them a critical advantage, which they haven’t been shy about using on perceived opponents (remember Bernie Sanders?). Also, the slaughter of Democratic office holders in the House, Senate and at the state level after the passage of Obamacare has left the party with very few potential candidates… especially at the governor level.

    Republicans – Folks who are voting Trump are fully aware of his shortcomings. Most understand he isn’t qualified. That said, he is (1) proud of America, (2) proud to be an American, and (3) not a complete pussy. A vote for Trump is a vote for a finger in the eye of the Republican Party elders and the East Coast political establishment in general.

    I’ve been for Donald Trump simply because he isn’t a complete pussy. He’d throw a punch. Anyone here think Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney or Marco Rubio would throw the first punch? Or the second?

    If I wanted to be ruled by pussies I’d have relocated to the EU years ago…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *