Mainstream and supposedly ‘impartial’ media organisations have recently been relentless in attacking Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump over petty remarks he made 11 years ago. This footage purportedly shows him to be deeply sexist and unworthy of being in office.
Nigel Farage, now interim leader of the UK Independence Party, has called these comments exactly what they are: “This is alpha male boasting. It’s the kind of thing, if we’re being honest, that men do.”
Further, Trump said this when he was simply a citizen of the US, not a politician. He may have had a large following, but nothing in comparison to that of Hillary Clinton when, whilst her husband, Bill Clinton, was president, she called young black men “super-predators” who “we need to bring… to heel.” We are still waiting for an apology for this, and much more, though shall likely never get one as the media will not even bring it up!
This being said, I personally believe that Trump was right to apologize and that this shows him to be understanding of his own mistakes and that he wishes for nobody to be harmed by them.
Despite this, since the release of the footage, a number of Republican representatives have dropped their support for Trump (and have been booed and jeered because of this).
I believe that these people should be ashamed of themselves. They are going along with the media, probably so as to not damage their own reputation, and in doing so are jeopardizing the chance of the election of Trump as president; now the only alternative to the candidate who would be disastrous in office: Hillary Clinton.
At Disrupter.Media, we have written extensively about Clinton’s contempt for the Constitution, her “hatred” of millions of Americans, her “friend[ship]” with those who are openly and actively racist, and about her inability of coping with being the president.
We have done this because we know, and have seen, that the mainstream media will not do so. Their hideous pro-Hillary bias has led to stories about Hillary’s health and her 33,000 deleted emails being disgustingly under-reported (even when they are reported on, Clinton is shown to be ‘in the right,’ like when one Washington Post reporter, after Clinton called millions of Americans “racist, homophobic” and more, went as far as to say that she was correct!) whilst footage of Trump, dragged up from 11 years ago, has been bandied about non-stop.
The media’s most recent attack against Donald, as has been described above, relates to him supposedly being deeply sexist. Well, here Disrupter.Media will go once again where the establishment media refuses to.
Earlier today, the Breitbart News website released an exclusive video interview with Juanita Broaddrick. She claims to have been raped by Hillary Clinton’s husband, Bill Clinton, in 1978 and further alleges that Hillary Clinton herself silenced her from talking about her horrific experience; this despite Hillary’s claim that “Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed and supported.”
In the incredibly upsetting interview (below) which, no doubt, will probably be completely ignored by most mainstream media organisations, Juanita states that “I am still afraid. Especially if she becomes president. And I know it’s looking that way. So it’s frightening.”
Trump admitted the other day that he “is not perfect,” but “not perfect” is far, far better than downright evil.