In what was clearly a feminist presidential politics motivated move, Kelly Oxford invited women to Tweet their sexual assault stories in response to Donald Trump’s boy talk, which has dominated the news cycle since Friday afternoon.
As I noted on earlier posts, there were from the start many feminists commenting that Trump’s talk was in fact rape itself.
Words = rape.
That’s the insane mindset of these women.
All of the big news outlets are running the story with the words “Trump” and “rape” in the headlines, an obvious propaganda ploy to associate Donald Trump with rape. I’m expecting many to start calling for Trump to be indicted on hate crime charges. That’s one way to win an election, I suppose.
As per the Alex Jones video in another post today, I also expect the Clintons (or their billionaire supporters) have prompted a half dozen or more women to step forward with false rape allegations against Trump. Expect to see more on that soon.
Excerpt from mirror.co.uk
The women were inspired to share their experiences in an attempt to change attitudes after vile comments made by US presidential candidate Donald Trump emerged.
He was caught on a microphone making lewd comments about women back in 2005.
In the clip, he is heard saying:“You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait.”
“And when you’re a star they let you do it. You can do anything.
“Grab them by the p****. You can do anything.”
A statement from Mr Trump said: “This was locker room banter, a private conversation that took place many years ago.
LOL. Donald Trump’s private conversation 11 years ago that no one knew about caused women to be raped 20 years ago or even a weak ago.
To a feminist, when they let you do it, it’s still rape.
Here are some of the rape stories I’ve pulled randomly. I’ve mixed in one or two from White Knights who demand that men “behave.”
And a tiny amount of pushback from a troll:
We should recognize this big story for what it is, which is another one of hundreds of efforts to make Donald Trump out to be a villain. From the first day he announced his run for the presidency and noted that some Mexicans crossing the border were rapists, there’s been a concerted effort by the left to destroy him.
As I’ve said in previous posts, it’s certainly true that no heterosexual person hasn’t talked in a sexually explicit way about the opposite sex.
In terms of the propaganda war, Trump is losing and losing badly today. Hillary’s supporters have shifted the conversation away from Bill’s misdeeds to the Don’s language, while exaggerating it to make it seem that Trump is a rapist for having consensual sex with attractive women.
Maybe it’s because he has shown interest in attractive women that the unattractive hags who love Hillary so much are so angry.