The Gang of Millions, those left-wingers in network TV, news anchors, talk show hosts, Hollywood in general, college professors in particular, those countless leftwing political hacks, those brain dead democrats, race-baiters, anarchist trolls, Antifa, et al, they all conspire in one form or another to say something nasty about President Trump 24/7, hoping somehow it will reverse his election.
This emotionally and fanatically driven “Gang of Millions” will go to virtually any lengths to find something or invent something that would taint his character and create ill will amongst the nations voters and electorate. Their false outrage is so out of proportion it’s almost comical. These kooky liberals didn’t give this kind of relentless attention to Al Qaida after 9-11 or ISIS for the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of innocent men, women and children in over 20 countries! But, if somebody says Trump spat on the sidewalk 30 years ago…Katie bar the doors.
Here we go again. In another fact-less attempt at character assassination comes this one: “He used the N-word on the set of his television show, the Apprentice, sometime, not sure when, but he did it.” Really? And for that we’ve got headlines in newspapers, op-ed pieces excoriating Trump and talk shows queuing up the experts to discuss an unsupported allegation? But, when they invited a black State Senator to weigh-in and give Trump what for…they got just the opposite.
A Georgia state lawmaker said he would not have an issue if President Donald Trump used the n-word in the past and argued that holding a president accountable for mistakes made before entering office would “set a bad precedent.”
“I will always say using the n-word is wrong, and it’s bad, and should never be accepted in our society. But just because (Trump) might have done it years ago, not as our president, doesn’t mean we need to continue to berate him because he used it,” GOP state Sen. Michael Williams, who is white, told CNN’s Victor Blackwell on “New Day Saturday.” Williams said it is “always wrong to use that word,” but that Trump, as President, has not used that word. He added, “To hold somebody accountable for something he did years ago as our president today, I think it sets a bad precedent.”
His was a fresh perspective, a lone voice of sanity standing apart from the lynch mob. What else can I say that would add to it? Probably nothing, he said it all. He was 100% right. Thank you Sen. Williams - I rest my case. Next.
PS Oh, and you can bet, there will be a next case, because the left isn’t even warmed up yet.