August 10, 2015
On Saturday, sanctimonious neocon gingerbread-man chubster radio talk-show host Erick “The Conservative Viking” Erickson publicly disinvited Trump from his Red State Gathering in Atlanta. Erickson wrote:
As much as I do personally like Donald Trump, his comment about Megyn Kelly on CNN is a bridge too far for me….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. It just was wrong.
In a press release, the Trump campaign fired back and called Erickson a “total loser” who “has a history of supporting establishment losers in failed campaigns.”
God bless him! No matter how egregiously someone acts like a dick toward him, Trump’s default response is, “Sorry, but I’m gonna be the bigger dick in this scenario. Bite me!” He’s brought unabashed name-calling back into politics, and for that I thank him.
People are now saying that Trump’s “blood” libel against Megyn Kelly will finally be the comment that sinks him. But remember, they already said that about his Mexican-rapist comment. They also said it when he implied John McCain was only a war hero because he got captured. But each of those comments only made him more popular.
Donald Trump is an incredible entertainer, better than Nipsey Russell and Slappy White combined. Camille Paglia recently said he’s a better comedian than Jon Stewart. Billionaire NBA mogul Mark Cuban recently called Trump “probably the best thing to happen to politics in a long, long time.”
If Trump remains politically alive and continues to call people pigs, rapists, slobs, and losers, this will be the most enjoyable presidential election in history. Let’s hope that Trump gets the Republican nod and Bernie Sanders goes to bat for the Democrats. That would be nonstop fun for everyone. I would receive eternal blessings within my heart to hear what Trump has to say about the #BlackLivesMatter chicks who recently crashed a Sanders rally, prevented him from speaking, and called the crowd a buncha white supremacists.
Whatever he’d say, it’d be one of those Oh no, he didn’t! moments that make him such a sterling comedian and marvelous showman.
Despite the important things he says about how America’s politicians are selling out the country’s workers to China and Mexico, or how all other presidential candidates are sold out to their benefactors, both Republicans and Democrats are ganging up on Donald Trump merely for being a racist and a sexist. That’s all they want to talk about: racism and sexism. Sexism and racism. Racism and sexism and racism and more sexism. And then, displaying their own ageism and classism and racism and sexism without a hint of self-awareness, they’ll slam him for being an old rich white guy.
On Twitter after the debate, Trump wrote:
Political correctness is killing our country.
Well, yeah, Don. That’s precisely what it was designed to do.