- POLL: Donald Trump Picks Up Support From Latinos. A LOT of Support.
- Donald Trump Writes Letter Telling Nancy Pelosi Her Travel Plans are Canceled. It’s PERFECTION!
- CNN Asks Ilhan Omar About Graham Homosexuality Allegation. Omar Can’t Answer.
- Surprise! The Women Responsible for the Gillette Ad Are Woke, Feminist Leftists
- VIDEO: Dan Crenshaw Would Like to Debate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Posted: 17 Jan 2019 02:18 PM PST
Leftist mantra has been a border wall with Mexico is racism. Even though Mexico is a nation, not a race. But since, generally speaking, the people of Mexico have skin a darker white than the current majority of Americans, a border wall is racist. Not to be a ball-buster or anything, but a new poll from NPR/PBS, so hardly a bastion of conservative thought, shows Donald Trump actually picked up Latino support during our government shutdown. Over a border wall.
First, the approval by race in early December:
Which was 31 percent. Then the poll just released:
Now up to 50 percent approve.
That’s quite a jump. Also notice the other two demographics, white and African American, saw a dip in support. Which is curious.
The polling from the above two graphs is from national adults, NOT likely voters. Okay? Okay. But the conventional wisdom would have Trump losing support among the Latino demographic since that same conventional wisdom dictates a wall is racist.
Survey says: not so much. For more on the wall: Jim Acosta Tries Proving the Wall is Unnecessary. Does the Complete Opposite!
Posted: 17 Jan 2019 12:50 PM PST
Remember when a lot of us conservatives talked about holding our nose to vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 election? I remember. But if you had told me then that some two years later I’d get this letter from Trump to Pelosi informing her that her little trip was canceled, I would’ve pulled the lever for Trump wearing a shit-eating grin. Check this out:
“Obviously, if you would like to make your journey by flying commercial, that would certainly be your prerogative.”
This letter is a great answer to Pelosi’s letter informing Trump his State of the Union invitation didn’t get lost in the mail, she just revoked it. So, Trump being the non-eff-giving showman he is, fought letter with letter.
His is better. Related: Trump Cancels North Korean Summit. His Letter to Kim Jong is Pure Trump!
It’s brilliant. Sorry, but so far this shutdown thing is seven layers of great. Time to prune some departments, agencies, and any remaining effs that need to be shoved in a burning dumpster fire. You feeling me?
Posted: 17 Jan 2019 08:54 AM PST
Hey, CNN actually did journalism things. They interviewed newly elected Representative Ilhan Omar, the first Somali-American to be elected to Congress. Funny story though, Representative Omar has been, like AOC, busy on the Twitters. She recently alleged Trump was somehow blackmailing Lindsey Graham over Graham’s closeted homosexuality. CNN did a little digging and gave us this interview:
They’re referring to this tweet:
Omar: Graham is somehow compromised.
CNN: Based on what evidence?
Omar: The evidence that is present to us.
CNN: That’s your opinion.
Omar: An opinion based on what I believe to be visible to me. Americans agree on this [that Americans think Trump is blackmailing Graham’s homoness]
Okay that’s not how evidence works. Evidence is evidence. It is evidence regardless of your opinion. Evidence is or is not. Evidence is not based on your opinions. That’s bias. Bias is based on opinions.
I don’t want to speculate on Lindsey Graham‘s sexuality. Frankly, I can’t think of any senator or congressperson as a sexual being. Just so much no. But Omar is dabbling in the libel and slander territory here, suggesting Graham is following Trump’s agenda out of fear he might be outed as a lover of butt sex.
But I’m still reeling from CNN actually asking questions. That to me is far more shocking than a politician’s friction preference.
Posted: 17 Jan 2019 07:02 AM PST
It’s Thursday and we’re still talking about the Gillette ad “The Best a Man Can Be.” If you’ve been hiding under a rock, patiently waiting for the eventual return of Louder with Crowder (which is TONIGHT), go check out: Gillette’s #TheBestAManCanBe Ad Assumes Toxic Masculinity is a Real Thing and Top 10 Reactions to Gillette’s Anti-Masculinity Advertisement. The tone of the ad was incredibly patronizing, assuming most men are basically sexist pigs. That’s the key problem. So it’s not surprising that we’ve learned the ladies responsible for the ad are woke feminists who hate Trump:
That’s Kim Gehrig, an Australian living in London. She’s just one of the feminine brains behind the ad, but she worked with an ad company helmed by Sally Campbell called “Somesuch.”
Oh yes, I remember the Audi Super Bowl commercial, the one that assumed the gender pay gap was real, and that a girl was destined to face a life time of oppression simply because of her girlness.
Sally Campbell, Somesuch’s big cheese, has also taken numerous shots at Donald Trump on Twitter. Check out the full Daily Mail article for the deets.
But back to the Gillette ad, which has gotten a lot of free publicity due to its poor reception.
Interesting. Honesty, moral integrity, hard working and being respectful are all wonderful traits in men and women. And to be fair, the Gillette ad did put a positive spin on men who exemplified those traits.
I said it in the original article and I’ll repeat it here. There’s no problem encouraging people to be their best, in the case of the Gillette ad, encouraging good men to step up when bad men are being pigs. But it was the tone of the ad which rang toxic: it assumed most men were content with the idea of “toxic masculinity.” When really the opposite is true.
I’ve seen this idea bandied about on Twitter but I’m not sure by who (sorry), but imagine a feminine brand, like Kotex, hiring an MRA or MGTOW man to direct a campaign about how mean some women can be to men. Then encouraging other women to “do something” about them. Most women would be turned off. Because the ad would assume most women are catty bitches.
That was the problem: the assumption.
But now we know why the ad took that tone. The ad creators are diehard feminists.
Posted: 17 Jan 2019 06:05 AM PST
A debate between Dan Crenshaw and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez would be great. For America, for ratings, for commercial opportunities, for gifs. The most popular freshman from each party with two drastically different ideologies (see Representative Dan Crenshaw Explains How a Wall is Compassionate, Not Racist and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Wants to Gang Rape the Progressive Agenda?). It would be healthy for the country. Necessary, too. Imagine the soundbites.
At least Representative Crenshaw agrees.
We think so too. But we also doubt the Notorious AOC feels the same way. She’s already set up any opposition to her ideas as “catcalling.” If you question her, you’re a racist, sexist who can’t handle a strong woman.
Even though strong women actually want to challenge other people and defend their own ideas. Pay that no mind. AOC is loud, cute, and here to rock the party. Don’t question her, racist!
But seriously, this debate needs to happen.
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