Trump & Newt Gaslight Kelly


Trump and Newt team up to Gaslight Megyn Kelly. Newt points an angry finger at this beautiful newscaster, and in a rage, tries to destroy her credibility in a truly sickening display of tag-team abuse of a woman. Later, Trump points a finger and his man, Newt, and congragulates him for refusing to play games. Here is a display of locker room teamMANship. These are Roman Pigs, who in a past life squealed with glee as wild animals mauled Christians in the arena. Any Christian woman who supports Trump, is a traitor to Jesus.

Before the first debate I delared Dead Andy the winner of the pre-debate. I now declare Dead Andy the winner of the post debate! I would love to see Alec Baldwin do Newt on SNL, and do to Megyn what he did to his sexy daughter, who was just becoming fascinated with sex.

Gaslighting or gas-lighting is a form of psychological abuse in which a victim is manipulated into doubting their own memory, perception, and sanity.[1][2] Instances may range from the denial by an abuser that previous abusive incidents ever occurred up to the staging of bizarre events by the abuser with the intention of disorienting the victim.–this-time-inside-the-republican-party/2016/10/26/9c8f8fa4-9b94-11e6-b3c9-f662adaa0048_story.html

October 26 at 9:57 PM
A growing number of prominent Republican women are worried that as members of their male-dominated party step up to defend Donald Trump against accusations of sexual assault, they are causing irreparable damage to the GOP’s deteriorating relationship with female voters.Trump has faced questions throughout his campaign about his crass comments about women, but concern escalated this month following the release of a 2005 video in which Trump boasted that he had sexually assaulted women and subsequent allegations by 11 women that Trump had inappropriately touched or kissed them. A series of mostly male Republicans have come to Trump’s defense — dismissing the accusers as liars and, some worry, further alienating the female voters that the party desperately needs to survive.

“For next-generation professional women, the party is going to have to do something very, very drastic to change the course of where this candidate has taken us,” said Katie Packer, a deputy campaign manager for Mitt Romney in 2012. “I think the leaders in our party are going to have to aggressively reject this. Come November 9, they better be prepared to make very strong statements condemning all of Trump’s behavior.”

This division within the Republican Party comes as polls suggest the nation is on the verge of electing its first female president even as misogyny remains a part of American life and culture. Ironically, it is Trump’s candidacy rather than Hillary Clinton’s that has brought sexism to the forefront of political debate.

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