Saturday, August 8, 2015

Conservative Daily Kos Bans Donald Trump from Big Event


As the establishment fully embraces the phony Democrat “war on women” in the latest attempt to stop the momentum of the Trump revolution, those who seek to curry favor with the GOP party bosses are falling over themselves to pitch in. Take for example the conservative website Red State which is soaking up headlines for banning the Donald from their big annual whoop de doo where he was to have been the top guest.

Red State is the flip side of that den of iniquity of the great orange Satan over at Daily Kos. Like it’s yappy liberal sister, Red State has become an American Idol for bloggers as they seek to curry favor with the proprietors who brook no dissenting opinions and have become minor celebrities. I have had some liberal friends who have told me that Markos Moulitsas-Zuniga of DK is about as leftist as Stalin and RS overlord Erick Erikson seems to be his doppelganger on the so-called right. Erikson is a working class hero today – at least if you listen to the lamestream media – for telling Trump to pound sand and inviting poor, victimized Fox News teleprompter queen Megyn Kelly to speak in his place.

The knives are all out now, the story is getting saturation coverage and it has even gone international as World War Trump has now escaped it’s domestic containment. As reported by The Guardian in the story entitled “Donald Trump Banned from Major Event Over Menstruation Jibe at Megyn Kelly”:

Donald Trump has been officially banned from one of the biggest gatherings of conservative activists after implying he received hostile questioning during the first Republican presidential debate because the television moderator was menstruating.

Trump was uninvited from the RedState Gathering late on Friday after saying in a CNN interview that Fox News’s Megyn Kelly “had blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever”, while questioning him during Thursday night’s debate.

The real estate mogul had been scheduled to appear at a special tailgate at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta at the close of RedState Gathering on Saturday night.
Erick Erickson, the organizer of the event and a major conservative activist tweeted late on Friday night, “I have rescinded my invitation to Mr. Trump. While I have tried to give him great latitude, his remark about Megyn Kelly was a bridge too far.”

In a follow-up blog post, Erickson amplified why he was disinviting Trump: “there are even lines blunt talkers and unprofessional politicians should not cross,” he wrote. “Decency is one of those lines.”

Times and attitudes have certainly changed for Mr. Erickson when it comes to “decency”. He had once referred to former SCOTUS justice David Souter as a “goat fucking child molester” but such rhetoric isn’t exactly conducive to an upwardly mobile career path and the rewards that come from being a water carrier for the establishment.

With all of the coverage that it’s getting today by the drive by media after Trump was told to stay away, you would think that the RedState Gathering was akin to Jesus Christ’s sermon on the mount instead of a soiree that has much in common with the left’s Netroots Nation fiesta. Both are nothing more than a chance for a bunch of aspiring political operatives, media hacks and bloggers to gather in order to sniff the panties of the powerful in one big, loud, glad-handing circle jerk. Were it not for the war on Trump then the media wouldn’t waste ten seconds on it.

For the record, Trump’s comments about Kelly are somewhat dubious. He never did actually say that she was in fact spraying blood from her glory hole as has been universally reported by the electronic character assassination squads. In an attempt to clarify himself, the Donald has spoken. Reuters reports that “U.S.Candidate Trump Defends 'blood' Comment About Debate Moderator":

Trump, who was leading in polls going into the debate, thought Kelly was unfair in asking him about his previous comments on women.

"You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes," Trump said in a CNN interview on Friday. "Blood coming out of her wherever."

Erickson, who invited Kelly to replace Trump at the RedState conference, said he revoked Trump's invitation because he did not "want someone on stage who gets a hostile question from a lady and his first inclination is to imply it was hormonal."

The Trump campaign issued a statement on Saturday, saying, "Mr. Trump made Megyn Kelly look really bad - she was a mess with her anger and totally caught off guard. Mr. Trump said 'blood was coming out of her eyes and whatever' meaning nose, but wanted to move on to more important topics. Only a deviant would think anything else."
Trump also took to Twitter on Saturday to renounce politically correct attitudes, as he had done at the debate.

"So many 'politically correct' fools in our country," he wrote. "We have to all get back to work and stop wasting time and energy on nonsense!"

This country is drowning in political correctness horseshit but I never thought that I would see the day when so-called conservatives would steal the Democrats’ bogus “war on women” shtick and turn it into their own. Just like the botched attack on Trump over his not kissing the feet of “war hero” John McCain his comments are again being distorted. He did not at any time refer to Megyn Kelly’s va va and he is spot on that only a “deviant” would think of that particular body orifice first.