Buffoon Trump: Megyn Kelly ‘Should Really be Apologizing to Me’

Posted by on Aug 10, 2015 at 8:39 am
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Are there any adults working on this fake campaign of his who might have a talk with him? This is beyond embarrassing.

Businessman Donald Trump on Monday tried to move beyond his controversial remark that Fox News host Megyn Kelly had “blood coming out of her… wherever,” saying he was not the one who should apologize.

“The fact is she asked me a very inappropriate question. She should really be apologizing to me,” the Republican presidential candidate said Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”
During another interview on NBC’s “Today” with Savannah Guthrie, Trump said making any comment about a women’s menstrual cycle would be “inappropriate.”

“But I didn’t do that,” Trump said. “It’s ridiculous. Who would say such a thing?”

“If I finished it, I was going to say ‘ears’ or ‘nose,’ because that’s a common statement,” Trump said.

Oh, OK. And everyone who doesn’t know this is a idiot and fat slob, or something. Please, go the fuck away already.

Trump said the first question from Bret Baier asking whether the candidates would commit to support the eventual GOP nominee was directly targeted at him, since he was the only one who wouldn’t pledge.

“Then Megyn gets up and starts talking gibberish and a stupid question,” Trump said on MSNBC.

“She got very angry. You could see, there was anger spewing out of her eyes,” he added.

How does anger spew out of someone’s eyes?

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6 Responses to “Buffoon Trump: Megyn Kelly ‘Should Really be Apologizing to Me’”

  1. Karen Burkart on 10/10/15 at 10:52 am

    are you a pussy man ? jammie ?

    i don’t think your little mind gets if – WE DO NOT GIVE A DAMN IF DONALD DUCK IS RUNNING AS DONALD TRUMP ———we will vote for him over any fucking commie rag in the US and over any MF congressman TRAITOR OF THE US –

    of any pussy man , little dick coward and homo man created by THIS FEMINIST WHORE DICK HATER you speak of ———— she can only relate to the little dick , homo , and pussy man created for her MOVEMENT OF WHORING < KILLING A BABY FOR WHORING – and WHORE MEN TO DO AS SHE SAYS WITH A REAL STRAPPED ON DICK OR HER IMAGINARY 6'4"BIG BIG real man dick DONALD TRUMP IS ! she was angry , spiteful , ugly , hateful , and her low low low lever character and mannerisms was that of a WHORE OR LESBIAN DROOLING OVER HER HATE TO HAVE HIS DICK

    as her very first show she showed the world what she is ——did you miss it OUR DUMBED AND LITTLE DICK MADE ———- by her – that you did not see her going after a real man with a BIG DICK !

  2. elvis on 10/10/15 at 11:47 am

    “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.” — Joseph Goebbels

    Disgusting. And desperate. The headline on the front page of the print version of New York Times shrieked:

    A Word Too Far? ‘Blood’ Remark Tests the GOP: Trump Provokes Again

    Fallout From Suggestion That Moderator Was Menstruating

    And the “proof” of this disgusting headline? These words from Donald Trump to CNN’s Don Lemon: “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever.”

    Having listened to Trump say these words in real time, I thought nothing of it. In fact, I myself had noticed Kelly’s fierce glare across the stage at Trump and thought it an apt description. The next day I awaken to the news that Trump had been disinvited from a Red State appearance by Erick Erickson because, said Erickson, “I think there is no way to otherwise interpret Mr. Trump’s comment.”

    Huh? It took a minute to sink in. Erick Erickson is saying what? And there’s “no way to otherwise interpret” what was said? Well, I beg to differ. The disgusting thought that Erickson was abruptly introducing into the public debate never entered my head when I heard Trump’s words. Which perhaps underlines a difference between where my mind goes and where Erick’s goes.

    But to my astonishment, Erick Erickson was not alone. What has followed has been 48-hours of the most disgusting pieces of political analyses I have ever heard in my life. A plu-perfect example of the insight of Hitler’s Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels: “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it.” There was not a word said, not a hint, not a suggestion, that Donald Trump ever said Megyn Kelly asked her lead question of him because she was menstruating. Say again… not… a… word. Not one. This is — there is no other word for it — a Goebbels-esque lie. Right up there with “Bush lied” or the “hands up, don’t shoot” lie that fueled the Ferguson riots in the wake of the shooting of Michael Brown. That jewel was eventually refuted by a jury and the Department of Justice.

    Donald Trump should be so lucky to have a jury verdict. In a stunning convergence of the Goebbelsesque Big Lie technique with today’s left-wing political correctness, Erickson, the Republican Establishment — of which Erickson is decidedly not a member — and many in the media have made it a point to endlessly repeat Erickson’s slander.

    Worse still?

    In their zeal to get Donald Trump, both Erickson and the Republican Establishment have laid bare a streak of appallingly condescending sexism towards Fox anchor Megyn Kelly. Ms. Kelly — in my opinion a terrific journalist (although yes, I think Kelly’s initial question to Trump was a decided “gotcha”) — has drawn the wrath of Donald Trump. So too did Trump attack Kelly’s colleagues Chris Wallace (the latter in the same “blood coming out of his eyes” words he used to attack Kelly) and Bret Baier. So too has he taken off on pollster Frank Luntz.

    And how did Erickson and the GOP Establishment respond? The only one of the above people — say again the only one — that Erickson and the Establishment rushed to defend was… the woman. Apparently it was OK for the men to be attacked but, hey, Wallace, Baier, and Luntz are just guys. They can take it. But the little lady? Well, by God everybody knows women really aren’t a man’s equal. Poor little Miss Megyn Kelly needs these big strong men to defend her honor.

    To be blunt. What a bunch of condescending sexist baloney. Megyn Kelly is — newsflash — a professional journalist. She is every bit the professional equal of her male peers who were also attacked by Trump. She dishes out regularly — and Trump dished it right back to her. And… so?

    Let’s go through the names here.

    Erick Erickson is no member of the GOP Establishment. I know him a bit, and I like him. But his conduct in this has been just appalling. A primo example of male chauvinism run rampant. Let’s recall that a while back, as here, Erick was on Kelly’s show arguing that women should stay home and raise the kids while the men earn the bread. Snapped Kelly: “What makes you dominant, and me submissive, and who died and made you scientist-in-chief?”

    Now, all this time later, Erick is doing this same sexist drill — except this time it is in “defense” of Kelly. In disinviting Trump for his comments, among other things Erick said: “But I just don’t want someone on stage who gets a hostile question from a lady and his first inclination is to imply it was hormonal.”

    Got that? Aside from telling that Goebbels-like deliberate untruth of what Trump had said, Erick’s instinct, just as it was in his own earlier dust-up with Kelly, was to assert that women are somehow submissive to men, inferior, and therefore must be protected from a potential-possible-maybe-it- could-and-might-happen-maybe “hostile” encounter with Donald Trump.

    What sexist garbage. What politically correct, identity politics-playing garbage.

    Worse, Jeb (“By the way, did you know my wife is Mexican and has darker skin than me”) Bush joined in this game. Bush has displayed a serious taste for identity politics. Now he’s revealed a serious problem with political correctness and out and out sexism. With identity politics and political correctness anathema to conservatives and conservatism.

    Said the man who only days earlier had to back peddle on a cavalier statement that indicated he didn’t think women’s health issues were all that important — which he quickly retracted — Jeb played his chauvinist card this way as he supported Erick Erickson’s sexist outburst. Said Jeb: “Come on — give me a break. I mean, do we want to win? Do we want to insult 53% of all voters? What Donald Trump said is wrong…”

    Then he said to Erickson: “Your decision, I think, was the right one. Mr. Trump ought to apologize.”

    In other words? Bush went for a twofer — repeating the Big Lie about Trump (“what Donald Trump said” was in fact never said) and then suggesting that the best way to not “insult 53% of all voters” — aka women — was to condescend to them, to patronize them by coming to the defense of that poor little woman Megyn Kelly. The fact that Bush is so incredibly obtuse about patronizing and condescending to women should be a serious signal of his lack of communication skills as a candidate.

    Bush wasn’t alone in this disreputable performance either. Disturbingly, Carly Fiorina, who turned in her own impressive performance in the earlier debate, also played the Big Lie game. In a tweet Fiorina said: “Mr. Trump: There. Is. No. Excuse.” There is no excuse for repeating a flat untruth — and Fiorina should know better. The last thing the Republican Party and the conservative movement needs is a candidate who spurns a role as an American Margaret Thatcher to play the politics of victimology. Does Ms. Fiorina really plan to campaign like Hillary Clinton? One would hope not.

    And so it went. Scott Walker jumped on the Big Lie bandwagon. So too Rick Perry and Lindsey Graham. In Graham’s case there was a revealing glimpse of just how RINO Republicanism really works. Said Graham: “As a party, we are better to risk losing without Donald Trump that trying to win with him.” In other words? If Trump were nominated, Graham would apparently sit out the 2016 election. Shades of Nelson Rockefeller refusing to support Barry Goldwater.

    The stand-out here was Senator Ted Cruz. Cruz refused to buy into the Big Lie about Trump and the epidemic of political correctness. Neither would he even think of condescending to Kelly. Cruz’s wife Heidi is, like Megyn Kelly, a seriously accomplished professional — a Harvard Business School graduate and a managing director of Goldman Sachs. Condescending to a professional woman is clearly not in the Ted Cruz playbook, and thank God for that.

    Last night NBC News released a new poll, a poll taken not only after the debate but during the height of the weekend controversy over Trump’s remarks to Don Lemon. Here’s the link and here’s the headline:

    New NBC News/Survey Monkey Poll: Donald Trump Still in the Lead After Debates

    The story NBC posted begins as follows:

    If Donald Trump’s comments about Fox News Anchor Megyn Kelly are hurting his standing in the Republican primary, it’s not showing in the numbers.

    According to the latest NBC News Online Poll conducted by SurveyMonkey , Trump is at the top of the list of GOP candidates that Republican primary voters would cast a ballot for if the primary were being held right now.

    The overnight poll was conducted for 24 hours from Friday evening into Saturday. During that period, Donald Trump stayed in the headlines due to his negative comments about Kelly and was dis-invited from a major conservative gathering in Atlanta.

    None of that stopped Trump from coming in at the top of the poll with 23 percent. Sen. Ted Cruz was next on the list with 13 percent.

    Imagine that. After an entire weekend of Erickson’s condescending anti-woman shenanigans and mass repetition of the Big Lie deliberately misrepresenting Trump’s remarks, Republican primary voters responded. They gave first place to Trump. And — note well — second place to Senator Cruz.

    Will Erickson and Bush and the rest apologize to Trump for this dismal performance? Not a prayer. Will they apologize to Megyn Kelly for a serious, condescending insult to her professionalism? Not a prayer of that either. The obtuse male chauvinist is the obtuse male chauvinist.

    But in fact, it doesn’t matter.

    As that NBC poll illustrates yet again, there’s a serious message in the Trump candidacy for all to see.

    And that’s no lie.

  3. This isn't Fakebook and I am not your friend on 10/10/15 at 3:01 pm

    Too bad so sad the republicants have thrown the election already in that infomercial for Shillary the other night.
    Did you see the Fakeboook log on the screen? They sponsored the debate.
    You don’t think Fakebook is conservative do you?
    Did you really think Megyn and FUX are conservative? Bwahaha!

  4. Mike191 on 10/10/15 at 4:28 pm

    Elvis: Thank you for your post. Moreover, to prove your point, the latest patronizing epithet by George Will on how to cleanse your soul to really join the Republican Party.

  5. Bluegrass Pundit on 10/10/15 at 6:57 pm

    Trump may be imperfect, but he is pro-American, will actually build a real fence on the border, willing to seriously fight ISIS and has a great plan for reforming the tax code. The way Megyn Kelly, Bret Baeir and Chris Wallace conducted the debate was deplorable. Jerry Springer would have asked more pertinent questions.