Friday, October 14, 2016

Trump defends himself as only he can.
Not his first choice for gropage.
     “Believe me, she would not be my first choice, that I can tell you."
     Not his first choice for groping?
     Oh.

The Stunningly Long List of Women Who've Accused Trump of Sexual Assault (Mother Jones)
He wouldn't grope Stoynoff, he said. 
“Look at her,” he said.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

We have presumption of innocence here in America, Roy.

Roy Bauer said...

We have a presumption of innocence in the criminal courts.
Meanwhile, some of us have common sense, and when a dozen unrelated women tell the same story, the "innocence" hypothesis becomes implausible.
Plus we have Trump's own testimony. He says he does these things, at least when he's on buses. Why don't you believe him?
I do.

Anonymous said...

Well, I suppose you are correct in one sense. He (Trump) did suggest that he behaves that way on audio, which is significantly worse than a candidate who tolerates and accepts a man in her life with similar accusations weighing on his shoulders (which he has not defended himself against).

Anonymous said...

He is a man who does not know himself. He presents several selves none of them selfless, humble, empathetic. He is his own worst enemy. Actually sad.

Anonymous said...

Well, the timing of these simultaineous accusations is certainly suspect and any moron can see that. It definately has the signature of the extreme left - the Clinton smear machine, Gloria Allred's involvement and the firebombing of the NC Republican campaign office.

Anonymous said...

11:34, About timing: I recall the same point being wielded against Anita Hill in the Clarence Thomas hearings. The point is no more valid now as it was then. Obviously, these women who have emerged to describe their treatment by Trump were inspired to finally speak out because Trump stated, during the last debate, that he had never acted in the coarse manner he described in the Access Hollywood tape. That assertion would be hard to take, wouldn't it, if one were a victim of this kind of mistreatment? Obviously. "Only a moron would suppose otherwise." --RB

Anonymous said...

Oh, yes... "obviously."

Anonymous said...

I guess the liberal geniuses had it all figured out for the rest of us deplorable idiots, that the racist, misogynous, bigoted Trump would never become president, let alone Don Wagner becoming mayor of Irvine.

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