Scoot: Is “horseface” part of making America great again?

Scoot
October 17, 2018 - 12:25 pm

An obvious step toward making America great again is a president in the White House who has the courage to publicly call a porn star “horseface.”  This country has had presidents who would not make the extra effort to make fun of the face of a porn star they allegedly had sex with while married to the First Lady Melania.  The President denies having sex with Stormy Daniels but felt the need to pay her $130,000 for her silence.

I think of the presidents, like John F. Kennedy, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barak Obama; and I think how weak these men were because they did not appear to have the courage to degrade a woman by her face.  Let’s be honest; that takes a special kind of president who is willing to stand up for the American males who love to degrade women.

After a judge threw out a lawsuit by Stormy Daniels, which was a huge victory for President Trump, the President tweeted the following:

President Trump’s victory lap, or his virtual high-five, after the ruling was to call Stormy Daniels “horseface.”  What is making America great again is a president who is not afraid to be strong in the face of a long tradition of dignified behavior from past presidents. 

During the 2016 presidential campaign, then-candidate Donald Trump criticized Republican opponent Carly Fiorina by looking down the row of candidates at her and saying “Look at that face!  Would anyone vote for that?  Can you imagine that, the face of our next president?”

Candidate Trump attacked Fox News anchor Megan Kelly, who challenged Trump with questions as moderator of a debate, by saying “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever.  In my opinion, she was off base.”

From what we witnessed during the campaign, no one should be surprised that President Trump would celebrate a legal victory by calling his female opponent and alleged kinky sex partner “horseface.”  And isn’t this all part of “making America great again?”  How could anyone think that America could be a great country if we don’t have a president who will reject civility in the name of Neanderthal comments about women.  Is Donald Trump - the man and the president - threatened by women?

Yesterday on my talk show, I jokingly said that President Trump should not have used the term “horseface” to describe Stormy Daniels - he should have saved that description of conservative author Ann Coulter.  Well, a few were quick to criticize me for making that comment.  Here’s the great hypocrisy:  the President of the United States attacks a woman by calling her “horseface” and a radio talk show host says, “He should have saved that description for Ann Coulter.”  I lost in figuring out why a president can call a woman “harseface” but a talk show host can’t!

If “making America great again” is a reference to America when men totally dominated women in every aspect of life - then what’s the argument for “making America great again?”

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