Democrat Praises Trump!

A (former) Democrat, venture capitalist and Facebook Executives says it’s time for the left to stop hating the messenger so intently that they refuse to hear the message. Will this get through? Hard to say, but things seem to be crawling in that direction.

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Keith Jackson
October 22, 2023 5:26 PM

Oh, they’ll all now say Trump’s policies worked better and Biden’s are ruinous. But they’ll still vote Democrat because they are p-whipped by college-educated white women. Even if they’re gay. Even if they know better. You see the idiocy of the “c-e ww”s now calling for the Palestinians to be protected and the Jews to be punished. Heck, college-educated white jewish women are protesting against the Israelis. That whole demographic has been poisoned, and they’re dragging beta males along with them.

Douglas Saxum
October 22, 2023 1:52 PM

Trump is standing in the way of the globalists. That is the bigger picture.

Ron Swansons Alter Ego
October 20, 2023 7:33 PM

A short anecdote with a preface that I think shows that there is, in fact, a chink in the Leftist armor. Ronette is 23 and a year out of college. So she is of the Vine/TikTok generation. Her best friend, whom I always thought was just a gay guy, somehow decided that he actually wants to live as a woman. Fortunately, his parents got him significant counselling as he has done nothing permanent, yet. But he did go on hormone therapy when he was 19. He has a good support system and realized that the estrogen was making him crazy,… Read more »

David Pimentel
Reply to  Ron Swansons Alter Ego
October 21, 2023 11:10 AM

While I despise the destruction of proper grammar, you may have made the correct pronoun selection with …

“Some purple haired person who called themselves binary…”

I suppose anyone who refers to himself as “binary” must suffer from a form of psychosis that implies the perception of plural.
God knows I pray that the “pendulum swings” back to some sanity in our culture; however, like Thomas of the New Testament, I’m doubtful that humanity will benefit before its own end.

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Ron Swansons Alter Ego
Reply to  David Pimentel
October 21, 2023 11:29 AM

In the brief clip, I could not be sure if it was male or female making the statement. I think it was a girl, but could have easily have been skinny boy trying to look androgynous. I went we person and themselves as himself or herself would specify something of which I could not be certain. I suppose itself might have been closer, at least singular.

Road Rider
Reply to  Ron Swansons Alter Ego
October 21, 2023 2:59 PM

I just read your comment, now. 4 times. Third sentence was mind bending in a painful way. Clarification?

Reply to  Road Rider
October 21, 2023 9:15 PM

“The time has come,’ the Walrus said,
      To talk of many things:
Of shoes — and ships — and sealing-wax —
      Of cabbages — and kings —
And why the sea is boiling hot —
      And whether pigs have wings.'”

I hope that clears things up for you but … I doubt it somehow. Still, the video thumbnail is of a winged pig so I’m sure it pertains. In some obscure manner it must.

Road Rider
Reply to  ACTS (TM)
October 22, 2023 11:28 AM

Eh- Er…I should have been much more specific as to whom I was referencing, which was RSAE’s 3rd sentence….I’ll do better next time. However, and this is rather off point…my parents, probably the year I was born, bought a set of Collier’s encyclopedia. With it came the Collier’s Handyman’s encyclopedia (1958 woodworker’s dream), as well as a small collection of “They Young Folks Shelf of Books” set of the Junior Classics. 10 hardbound books in all. It’s in those books, perhaps 5 or 6 years old, I found Jabberwocky and The Walrus and the Carpenter. I kept the entire collection,… Read more »

Ron Swansons Alter Ego
Reply to  Road Rider
October 22, 2023 5:36 AM

I will endeavor to do so.
The speaker was a young college student dressed as a generic student: hoodie and denim jacket. Relatively short haircut dyed several colors. The person was slender and to my eye looked female, but easily could have been a very slender, petite guy with dyed hair.
I just couldn’t tell from the short clip. Therefore I chose not to use himself or herself, not because of the state non-binary, but because I really could not tell.
Itself seemed harsh.

Reply to  Ron Swansons Alter Ego
October 22, 2023 7:05 AM

I would have gone with harsh and derogatory. Kindness isn’t always a virtue. The critter in the video addressed by Candace is a parasitic vermiform appendage on society, sucking the vitality from our civilization and giving little or nothing in return. It merits harsh words and it should not be denied its due. A couple friends of mine were over last night. One of them is a retired Master Chief who for whatever odd reason has taken a deep dive into learning Spanish*. He had just returned from a college in Maine that hosts an 8 week immersive language course.… Read more »

David Pimentel
Reply to  ACTS (TM)
October 22, 2023 7:25 AM

“Not all but part of the reason things are this bad and getting worse is misplaced kindness.” That and undeserved praise sum up the root causes of the problems we face in current society. Medals for everyone! There are no consequences for MY child, because he/she/it can do no wrong. A lack of moral and scholarly discipline has been evolving into the current catastrophe since I was in grade school in the 70’s. It’s why my parents blessed my sister and I with a private, christian school education through 8th grade — even thought they really could not afford to… Read more »

Reply to  David Pimentel
October 22, 2023 10:01 AM

Interesting that you went to a private Christian school that your parents had a hard time affording. We did the same with my two boys. The church we went to had a very good private school. We couldn’t afford the tuition, it was pretty steep. The school principal found grants and scholarships for my two sons every year. For which I’m forever in his debt. They entered high school after completing grade 8, which was like your school as high as the grades went. They were way ahead of the class in public school that they walked into but that… Read more »

Road Rider
Reply to  Ron Swansons Alter Ego
October 22, 2023 11:45 AM

Thanks “Ron”. Now I understand. BTW, “itself” does not seem harsh to me. I’m on the periphery of this nonsense with a friend of one of my daughters. I do use terms like “itself” just to illustrate the stupidity of bending reality in impossible ways.

October 20, 2023 6:19 PM

Naw… IMHO, I think Hating Trump is a cover for eliminating his policies. The Democratic party is too monolithicly unified in supporting policies that are dragging us toward a totalitarian government controlled society. Hating Trump is a good cover for this.

David Pimentel
Reply to  Jon ROGERS
October 21, 2023 11:40 AM

Therein lies the strategy of the Left … deflect and deceive. one only needs to study the Quran to realize that the modern Left emulates the deceitful practices that is so-called “prophet” promoted. In fact, we can look at the Old Testament story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden where, when asked by God, Adam blamed “the woman” for his violation of God’s one rule to not eat the fruit of the Tree of Life. Similarly, Eve blamed the Serpent for her own transgression. Those of the Left constantly deflect their own culpability upon others — especially… Read more »

Daniel Cutshall
October 20, 2023 2:34 PM

I’ve never like Trump, but his policies worked in a way that America most needed, then and now!!!

Reply to  Daniel Cutshall
October 21, 2023 8:30 AM

I never liked Trump as a person, I liked some of what he did as POTUS. SOME of his policies worked in a way that America MORE needed. The ‘special’ thing about Donald Trump as POTUS was that he exercised some of the common sense and good judgement on policy that we really ought to expect from every President no matter what party he belongs to. Right up until he didn’t and ran into something he was not up to meeting the challenge over. Then he abdicated the power we gave him to an evil little twit named Anthony Fauci.… Read more »

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Ron Swansons Alter Ego
Reply to  ACTS (TM)
October 21, 2023 11:42 AM

Those are the only two choices I can see. I see one other. And it has a long history with The Donald. He is a self-described germaphobe. There is an interview with Howard Stern from 1993 (back when the left loved The Donald and he was buddies with Bill and Hil) where he states he is a germaphobe and doesn’t like when people cough or sneeze around him. There are later interviews from before running for office where he decries shaking hands as a bad thing. He is not as bad as Howie Mandel, but it is known. I think… Read more »

Reply to  Ron Swansons Alter Ego
October 21, 2023 12:13 PM

You may be right, and if you are it’s all the more shame on Donald Trump. Allowing his purported germophobia to influence national policy to the degree he did would be akin to an arachnophobic cop refusing to enter a basement to save a child — Because there might be spiders down there. If he did what you think he might have, he isn’t fit to be the leader of America, let alone the Free World. Bravery is overcoming fear, not submitting to it. Submitting to fear is cowardice and the very last thing we need right now is a… Read more »

Art Brown
October 20, 2023 11:28 AM

Bill, please keep your fig leaf on and extend an olive branch instead.

October 20, 2023 8:42 AM

I like these guys because of their balance. I love Bill’s analysis, I love Steve’s wit and I love Scott’s sense of proportion. These things are so rare today as to become priceless in their difficulty to obtain. If one of them borrows another’s schtick that works well too. Because it reinforces their unity of purpose. I just now watched a video with Victor Davis Hanson where VDH pointed out an observation he’s made and calls “The Monastery of the Mind”. We all know this type: “The Left owns everything cultural, political and educational so I’m not going to participate… Read more »

Chris Lilley
October 20, 2023 5:18 AM

I wonder if we will continue to see shifts in Metropolitan centers toward conservative thinking as we get closer to the elections – there are one-off’s now, but will we see the VOTERS shift enough to change the course of the supertanker election?

David Pimentel
October 20, 2023 4:37 AM

Therein lies the rub. Since JFK — perhaps much earlier — people have seemed to be enamored with perception over product, form over function, fantasy over reality (i.e., Camelot), …. I think you get my drift.
All I say to that is do the damned job — nothing more, nothing less — and leave the rest of us alone!

Reply to  David Pimentel
October 21, 2023 7:50 AM

I would argue that this “form over function” problem while very real goes back much,much further than JFK. The Romans had beautiful architecture, which they filled with decadence and hedonism. The problem goes at least as far back as New Testament times. In Romans, Paul says … Romans 3:13 NLT“Their talk is foul, like the stench from an open grave. Their tongues are filled with lies.” “Snake venom drips from their lips.” To any modern Conservative that description should be painfully familiar. Our political enemies attempt to appear virtuous all the while promoting Evil and making excuses for evil people.… Read more »

David Pimentel
Reply to  ACTS (TM)
October 21, 2023 11:03 AM

“I would argue that this “form over function” problem while very real goes back much,much further than JFK. The Romans had beautiful architecture, which they filled with decadence and hedonism.” I do not dispute your assertions; however, conversations about such things of antiquity with people now-a-days is likened to banging one’s head against a stone wall covered in nails. At least the JFK reference brings it closer to our own age. I struggle to not hate people, but those on the Left (i.e., the squids on the squad) make such aspirations difficult indeed. That being said … The temptations are… Read more »

Reply to  David Pimentel
October 21, 2023 11:55 AM

You’re right about matters of antiquity but I was using the examples I did not because I expect people to relate to them, rather in support of my claim that there’s a much larger picture here. It doesn’t really matter if those who are uneducated about these things understand them or not. The truth is still the truth. While the JFK reference may bring things closer to our own time, our time, yours and mine, are already considered antiquity by ignorant idiots who don’t know what WWII was or think that because 911 happened before they were old enough to… Read more »

David Pimentel
Reply to  ACTS (TM)
October 21, 2023 12:18 PM

“While the JFK reference may bring things closer to our own time, our time, yours and mine, are already considered antiquity by ignorant idiots …”

Absolutely! “Ignorant idiots,” indeed. In fact, they can’t even lay claim to the additional adjective, savant, because they ain’t that bright.

I’m not disagreeing with you or trying to criticise what you said.”

I never thought you did. We’re just discussing.
… and, as for “bleed[ing] all over those bastards,” I’d prefer that they would do so, but I get the point. Keep it comin’.