I disavow every Republican who disavowed Trump’s tweets

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When Reagan was president, we wanted him to hit back harder on the press. We wanted him to put Sam Donaldson in his place. We wanted him to call out the fake news.

2/5/1981 President Reagan during an interview with Sam Donaldson of ABC News Leslie Stahl of CBS News and Judith Woodruff of NBC News with James Brady at the Cross Hall White House Library

But Reagan didn’t.

Reagan was a gentleman.

We respected that.

But we wanted him to break form and hit those bastards hard. With his brilliant wit.

When Trump punched Mika and Joe in their surgically-lifted faces this morning, I laughed. I cheered.

They had it coming. They EARNED a presidential takedown. They earned it. They got it.

When Nancy Pelosi, former lube rack swimsuit model, took to the podium to call Trump sexist, I laughed. What a stupid hypocrite Pelosi.

Nancy Pelosi: Lube Rack Model

When I heard Republicans disavowing Trump’s tweets, I yelled. Almost cried like Chuck Schumer.

Republicans are so weak. Weak Republicans. Man up.

The press deserves every ounce of scorn, ridicule, and condemnation it gets. There’s no life form lower than a lefty journalist. When low-IQ idiots like Mika Brzezinski get called out by a president, they have it coming. It’s just. It’s deserved.

I am damn proud that my president remains true to his rallying, street-fighter campaign. I’m proud that Trump verbally punches stupidity in its plastic-surgery-lifted face (as Michelle Moore might say).

Michelle Moore, St. Louis Tea Party Coalition Executive Director

I hope Trump’s tweets hurt their feelings. Screw their feeling.

Trump isn’t Reagan. Trump is the Wolf. Trump gets the job done. He’s filling the gaps Reagan left open. He’s punching stupidity in the mouth. And you love it.

Keep winning, Donald. We love you.




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2 thoughts on “
I disavow every Republican who disavowed Trump’s tweets

  1. How long have we hungered for a fighting Republican? Oh they campaign of a fight promise, but that changes quickly.

    Flashback to 2012. Todd Akin gave Democrats months of talking points with one phrase, “legitimate rape”.
    The term did not cost him the Senate, his response did. Romney also did himself no favors. Both sheepishly hung their heads, while Democrats fired up their base with the victim card.

    There have been many versions of this over the years and we are sick of it. Republicans snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

    At last we have our Patton. He may be rough around the edges, but he will grab the enemy by the nose and kick him in the ass.

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