Clown Trump: Only You Sick People Think I’d Imply Megyn Kelly Was Having Her Period, Or Something

Posted by on Aug 09, 2015 at 10:04 am

He’s not the crazy one, it’s all of you whose minds are in the gutter to think he was implying Megyn Kelly was having her period. Just keep talking, asshole.

He’s a smart person, so who could possibly believe this clown with verbal diarrhea would say something stupid? Besides, he cherishes women.

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump on Sunday fired back after intense criticism over comments he made about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly, saying he said “nothing wrong.”

“I cherish women,” Trump told host Jake Tapper on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

“I said nothing wrong what whatsoever,” he said. “Do you think I would make a stupid statement like that? You almost have to be sick to put that together.”

“I am going to do things for women that no other candidate can do,” Trump added.

The outspoken billionaire charged on Sunday that his opponents for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination are using his feud with Kelly as a way of discrediting him.

It’s over for Trump, he just doesn’t know it yet, and neither do his supporters.

The true Trump apologists are way too far in now. They’ve invested too much to bail on him. So his defenders will become increasingly desperate to convince people that this is all part of the establishment’s failure to understand their anger and the media’s failure to appreciate Trump’s appeal.

That’s backwards. It’s not that the media have failed to give Trump enough credit; we’ve given his supporters too much. We assumed that at some point they’d embarrassed to be associated with him: If not his slander of Mexican immigrants, then perhaps his mockery of POWs; if not his kindergarten Twitter insults, then perhaps his sad and compulsive boasting; if not his incomprehensible answers to substantive questions at the debate, then maybe, finally, his juvenile and misogynistic put-down of the female moderator

Those who still remain Trump supporters seem to be beyond shame. It doesn’t matter that they’re angry about the incompetence in Washington. Turning to Trump to solve the problems in Washington is like turning to an ape to fix a broken refrigerator. It’s embarrassing, but rather than embarrassment, the Trump followers will feel more anger and their pose will shift from self-righteousness to victimhood. And many of them will dig in further.

They’re this cycles Ron Paulbots.

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27 Responses to “Clown Trump: Only You Sick People Think I’d Imply Megyn Kelly Was Having Her Period, Or Something”

  1. s.c. on 9/09/15 at 10:19 am

    Well have fun voting for Jeb! on election day…all primary roads lead to a Jeb Bush nomination, he can win it without winning a single primary!
    And the conservatives who stayed home on election day 2012 will be joined by even more who won’t vote for him, and it won’t even be close. And the GOP doesn’t care, they win big either way. Apparently you don’t care either, or you are just too dense to understand how the GOP and the COC have this thing rigged.
    Quoting a post from Stephen Hayes?
    You ain’t no conservative, JWF…..

  2. Redwine on 10/10/15 at 3:51 am

    Trump certainly isn’t a conservative. But Mr. Fixit already knows how to solve the world’s problems. He’s rich. He went to the Wharton School. He cherishes women.

    God help us.
    We’ve had enough of the arrogance and narcissism with the SOB we already have occupying our WH.

  3. Paul on 10/10/15 at 8:47 am

    <i"Well have fun voting for Jeb! on election day…

    Yeah, if only we had 15 other options, at least a third of which are A-rated conservatives, and also all of which are to the right of Trump. Yeah, it’s Donald Trump or Jeb Bush. Nobody in between.

  4. Paul on 10/10/15 at 8:48 am

    <i"Well have fun voting for Jeb! on election day…

    Yeah, if only we had 15 other options, at least a third of which are A-rated conservatives, and also all of which are to the right of Trump. Yeah, it’s Donald Trump or Jeb Bush. Nobody in between.

    What’s infuriating about the Trumpkins is that they’re the ones who are helping to ensure a Bush nomination by their infatutation with this bozo.

  5. RozSmith on 10/10/15 at 8:57 am

    When a malignant narcissist is challenged over a hateful statement it is always the listeners’ fault. Always.

    Hillary has several glaring flaws as a candidate- her age, her unpleasant personality, her reputation for corruption, a marriage that is regular fodder for tabloid magazines and her political incompetence. As a nominee Trump takes every one of those issues off the table. He is of an even older vintage, equally unpleasant and made his fortune is what is arguably the most corrupt industry in the nation. His cheating ways slashed his first and second marriages across the tabloids and he is now married to a model 24 years his junior. He is also a political neophyte.

    No wonder Bill is said to have encourage Trump to disrupt the Republican party.

  6. Chris Vaughn on 10/10/15 at 9:24 am

    Every one of those other “A rated Conservatives” are cut from the same cloth as the RINO’s in Congress who are stabbing us in the back every other day.

  7. Dogbert on 10/10/15 at 9:44 am

    Not a very bright move saying that Trumps supporters “have no shame” and comparing them to “Paulbots”. If Trumps does flame out, you will have to make common cause with with those disaffected voters if you want to place a Republican in the Whitehouse.

    If you were smart, you would figure out why people support Trump and incorporate or explain how candidate X holds similar views or supports similar policies.

    While I prefer Ted Cruz, I like what Trump is doing. He is forcing the media and the Republican Party to discuss things they would never bring up.

  8. ThomasG on 10/10/15 at 9:55 am

    Dogbert @ 9:44 am

    EXACTLY. Apparently, JWF cant see this. Oh well, thought he-she was pretty smart.

  9. Red Rocks Rockin on 10/10/15 at 10:10 am

    Not a very bright move saying that Trumps supporters “have no shame” and comparing them to “Paulbots”.

    LOL, no kidding. Trump has a double-digit lead in the polls right now, post-debate, and Fox’s social media sites are getting trip-hammered by his supporters. For someone who’s berating their preferred candidate for “verbal diarrhea” and calling them automatons, you’d think a bit of self-awareness and long-time orientation would be in order.

    He’s not the crazy one, it’s all of you whose minds are in the gutter to think he was implying Megyn Kelly was having her period.

    Well yeah, it is rather telling that when somebody mentions blood coming out of something unnamed, the first thing you think of is a vagina. There’s that lack of self-awareness again.

  10. OrsonSnow on 10/10/15 at 10:14 am

    The lesson here is that while all the other candidates are listening to their inept, impotent, (and arguably) deceitful political consultants, Trump is speaking off the cuff and with uncontrolled candor.

    Trump isn’t made for that, because it takes a certain intelligence he doesn’t possess. But, it still resonates with a large faction of the country. It’s unusually refreshing, and he takes the second step in the process too. He tells the media to go to hell if they don’t like what he has to say.

    There is a lesson to be learned there if the GOP candidates would take their collective PC heads out of their patronizing posteriors.

  11. Rob West on 10/10/15 at 10:20 am

    The Republican party as it is constituted today, sucks. Big Time. The leadership is horrendous. Truly. And the conservative media is also part of the problem – their Alynski tactics now in full view.

    A third party run by Mr. Trump will surely cause havoc and likely lose the election to the Democrats. If and when that happens, the RNC, JWF and the other COC media operatives will be due full credit.

    Piece of sales advice for you AND Mr. Trump: Trashing the other guy’s product is a turn off and reveals the inadequacy in your offerings. So Jammie, why not try swallowing your bile and refocus on the fine attributes of the other candidates.

  12. Paul on 10/10/15 at 10:33 am

    “Every one of those other “A rated Conservatives” are cut from the same cloth as the RINO’s in Congress who are stabbing us in the back every other day.”

    Ahh, yes, the usual lament of the Trumpkin – all those damned RINOs. Then when it is pointed out that Trump is literally a RINO in every way, shape, and form, the rebuttal is that the Republican party sucks anyway, therefore being a RINO is a good thing.

    Kind of like how “truth telling” is a good thing and what we want to hear from politicians, yet when commentators point out the truth about Trump they’re suddenly all just shills.

  13. dj on 10/10/15 at 10:41 am

    Trump is literally the poster boy for RINO’s. People that support this asshole and then claim that the rest of the candidates aren’t true conservatives are borderline retarded.

  14. Reggie1971 on 10/10/15 at 10:45 am

    Trump has been remarkably effective at making the adherents of political correctness among self-proclaimed conservatives reveal themselves.

    It is not at all obvious that that is what Trump meant, as someone familiar with his comment about Chris Wallace would realize. But to PC zealots, it really isn’t important what he really meant. What matters is the worst possible thing that he COULD have meant.

  15. Phelps on 10/10/15 at 11:05 am

    We all hate Trump.

    The thing is, we hate the GOP and the media and the pundits even more.

    So Trump wins.

    You want to take trump out? Stop taking a dump on us every chance you get, like you did HERE and manage to somehow be LESS hateable than the talking hairpiece.

  16. Red Rocks Rockin on 10/10/15 at 11:07 am

    Ahh, yes, the usual lament of the Trumpkin – all those damned RINOs.

    Two presidential election losses and still no clue. People this time aren’t going to automatically get behind an establishment GOP pick simply because of the (R) by his name, because they’re tired of voting for milquetoasts. It’s Trump’s tendency to actually engage his antagonists that’s drawing them in right now, which has been a Republican weakness for years, if not decades.

    Hell, Trump’s even proposed a 4-tier tax plan, but instead of analyzing that and determining whether it’s revenue-neutral, at least, we have articles like this that display all the sophistication of a middle school burn book.

    Keep in mind that the new darling, Fiorina, couldn’t even win a Senate seat during a Republican wave year. But she’s somehow going to beat Hillary’s machine in a year where there’s no media-crafted cult of personality on the Dem side opposing her? Please.

  17. Methos on 10/10/15 at 11:24 am

    Thanks for outing yourself as an establishment shill. I’ll know to think twice before reading you again.

    It was obvious that the whereever wasn’t an entendre but just a mannerism most everyone in this country falls into these days when they get to the end of a sentence and have lost interestin it, in the process of moving on to the next one. It is clear he meant to say ‘eyes’ ‘ears’ or ‘nose’ like someone in a berserker rage, in combat, as SJW Kelly clearly was.

    If you’re first thought was menstruation, you are deranged.

    If you let someone like the ninnies at redstate talk you into believing that’s what he mean, then you have no more capacity for honesty than they do.

    So which is it? Are you a fool or a liar?

  18. chip ahoy on 10/10/15 at 11:29 am

    I disagree. Here’s why; in the moment I first heard this I visualized blood squirting out of Kelly’s ears. Then I visualized blood coming out of her nose. And out of her eyeballs. Bleeding in nether regions never occurred to me as listener. But it did to you. And it did to every other conservative I’ve read on Twitter (I only follow conservatives) in aha gotchya fashion, and that means you’re all pervs and I’m pure and simple, rather childlike, actually. I believed Trump 100% when he explained, even though I don’t care for him and I do care for you.

  19. Harun on 10/10/15 at 12:24 pm

    “Trashing the other guy’s product is a turn off”

    This is all Trump does.

    He claims that politicians are all talk no action.

    Not really true for several of “the other guys’s products”

    Walker defanged unions.

    Rand got rid of meta data collection.

    I’m sure the other governors did stuff, too.

    And as usual, there is always the so-called conservative who’s main fantasy is 3rd party run to punish the establishment and let the Democrats win.

    NEWSFLASH: the establishment GOP doesn’t mind being in the opposition. they still get rich.

    You just get the horrible rule by Democrat.

  20. Harun on 10/10/15 at 12:30 pm

    As for his Megyn Kelly jabs, I’m okay with his explanation, but can see how others would assume something else because he wasn’t clear.

    Everyone complaining about Megyn Kelly’s question as being unfair should understand the Dem media will ask this question and more in the post-primary. Asking Trump now is very good for him and the voters.

    Running against a woman candidate is not easy, and the media can paint a man attacking a woman as “browbeating.” You don’t think the DemsM won’t do that? Oh they will.

    By the way, Walker beat a female candidate last time. Another potential plus for him…but he’s still questionable in my mind.

  21. Mark Andrew Edwards on 10/10/15 at 12:32 pm

    No, please, keep bashing Trump. I can’t think of a better way to hand the Democrats the White House.

    This is why the Stupid Party doesn’t win: they spend all their time fighting themselves instead of the Dems.

    I don’t like Trump, I don’t support Trump but I’m tired of people on the right bashing him. Let the Democrats do their own dirty work.

  22. Night of the FUXtards on 10/10/15 at 3:04 pm

    Wow. I wish Megyn would like uncross her legs or something.
    I’ll keep watching and hoping. FUX is like conservative or something.
    Derp. DERP.

  23. Red Rocks Rockin on 11/11/15 at 12:11 am

    Asked why, Cruz paused and then replied, “Donald Trump had a rally in Phoenix, Ariz. [to which] between 10 and 20 thousand people came out. When you attack and vilify the people at that rally as crazies, it does nothing to help Republicans win in 2016. I’d like every single person at that rally to show up and vote in 2016, knock on doors with energy and passion, and turn this country around. If Washington politicians show contempt and condescension to those [voters,] that is a path to losing at the ballot box.”

    http://www.politico.com/story/2015/08/ted-cruz-foolish-for-gop-to-criticize-trump-121241.html#ixzz3iTac8FQO

    Cruz seems to have a clue. Wonder if Jammie will buy what he’s selling.

  24. Alec Rawls on 11/11/15 at 2:25 am

    There are a thousand things to give Trump sh!t for, but politically incorrect speech is not one of them. No social justice warriors on the right!

    Megan Kelly gave credence to the Democrats’ WarOnWomen garbage (pay for my birth control or it’s a WarOnWomen was how that most dishonest of all demagogies started) just to have an avenue to attack Trump.

    Wow is that a bloody stain. She’ll never wash it out. I never though before that Kelly was, as Trump keeps repeating, “a lightweight,” and I still don’t, but now I do question whether she is a traitor, not to the Republican side, but to objectivity.

    She tried to club Trump with the most dishonestly demagogic trope in the Democrats’ whole dishonestly demagogic playbook. That is disgusting, and by doing it she put herself in the same boat as Boehner and McConnell and McCain. She is an enemy to conservatives.

    It’s just one incident and she can overcome it, but to do so SHE is the one who needs to apologize. The more she rides this, the more she plays the disgusting WarOnWomen victim card, the faster she flushes herself down the toilet. Damn do conservatives absolutely HATE that sh!t.