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Are the numerous sexual assault allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore credible? That is the question that has been reverberating around the Republican Party over the course of the past week or so. Not so much on the left – all they had to do was listen to the claims and see the (R) next to Moore’s name before issuing their collectively rehearsed “guilty” verdict and babbling endlessly about how “every rape accuser should be believed no matter what!”, a notion that effectively spits in the face of due process.

And surprisingly, a huge number of Republicans hopped onto a very similar bandwagon.  Every Republican in the Senate has pulled their endorsement for Moore, save for Rand Paul. This is surprising – after all, no concrete evidence has come in against Judge Moore,  aside from a yearbook that he signed for one of his accusers, despite his claiming to not know her. And if signing a yearbook is grounds for labeling someone a sexual predator, then I fully expect every high school teacher in America to be registered as such.

This brings me to the main point I would like to address in this post: what are the cases for and against Judge Moore? What evidence is there to corroborate either side? And most importantly, who should we believe?

So, here’s a look at what to take away from both sides:

The case against Judge Moore: …is entirely circumstantial. And, as a matter of fact, the only thing that can even come close to incriminating Roy Moore is circumstantial evidence. There have been numerous reports to have come out, saying that a number of Alabamians frequently saw Moore at the Gadsden Mall trying to “pick up teenagers”, that he was banned from a mall at one point, and that colleagues found his behavior to be “weird”.

Because these reports are so numerous, I can’t reasonably deny them. Chances are, Roy Moore was into dating women significantly younger than him around the time these incidents would have happened. However, the only charge you would be able to pursue here would stem from any of the girls being under the state’s age of consent: sixteen. However, only one accuser, Leigh Corfman, was under sixteen during her supposed encounter with then-district attorney Moore. And unless Corfman’s claim can be substantiated, the verdict on Moore’s past behavior has to be that it was definitely weird, but not illegal.

The case for Judge Moore: …is also entirely circumstantial, but makes just as much sense. After all, isn’t it kinda weird that, despite being in a position of power for his entire life, nobody came out and accused Moore of sexual assault until a month before a major, contested election against a Democrat candidate backed by the entire party? And one of his accusers is known to be openly campaigning for the Democrat in question? And doesn’t all of this sound oddly familiar?

That’s because this has happened before. The anti-Moore fiasco right now strongly resembles the allegations against Donald Trump around this time last year, how they were called into question one by one by one, and how they mysteriously vanished when he got elected president.

And it’s very possible that this is a Democratic hit on Moore’s campaign in an effort to snag another Senate seat, or at least have it within the realm of attainability. I wouldn’t put it past the party that invented a Russian collusion narrative to justify dirt coming out against Hillary Clinton right after they rigged a presidential primary in her favor. There also comes the need for the women coming forward to justify why they waited to say something until Moore entered the spotlight at the national level forty years after their supposed encounters with him.

Now, in addition to my own stupid opinion, Moore himself has vehemently denied the accusations and expressed desire to sue the Washington Post for defamation – if he’s willing to take his side of the story to court, chances are he’s not backing down.

Finally, for the reasons listed here today, I am going to stand by my previous endorsement of Moore and will continue to do so until solid and undeniable evidence comes out against him, which I don’t foresee as something that’s likely to happen anytime soon. Politically, I will always support Moore in terms of his views and ideas. However, if or when there’s an allegation against him that is proven true, I will see absolutely no reason not to label him an awful human being when it can be legitimately merited.

But until then, this entire news cycle centered around these women and calling for Judge Moore to step down is just creating a bunch of nasty tribalism and finger-pointing that accomplishes absolutely nothing, and ultimately goes to politicize sexual assault in general, which is something that really shouldn’t be politicized under any circumstances.

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What to take away from Tuesday night’s elections

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Republicans got completely destroyed at the polls on Tuesday night – according to Democrats trying to milk their few electoral gains for all they’re worth. In Virginia, race-baiter Ralph Northam defeated conservative favorite Ed Gillespie for the governorship, the state legislature went almost entirely blue, and transvestite Danica Roem (Democrat, naturally) got elected to public office. Meanwhile, Phil “Ferret” Murphy swept my home state of New Jersey and is also going to be assuming the state’s governorship.

While these results weren’t desirable per se, there are four important factors to take into account reading about what transpired:

1.  Democrats turned out significantly more than Republicans did: This is a given. Trump’s presidency has mobilized Democrats in unprecedented numbers, and their open defiance to him can only indicate that they’re ready for a fight. And they showed that at the polls on Tuesday.

2.  Still, the margins by which Gillespie and Guadagno lost by aren’t especially large: Ed Gillespie lost Virginia by about eight points. Kim Guadagno lost Jersey by roughly thirteen. If these numbers sound familiar, that’s because they are. Hillary Clinton only won Virginia by five points in 2016 – and carried New Jersey by fourteen. So to say tonight was an absolute blowout is ludicrous. President Trump has a base, and its size remains relative to what it was in the past. If you look at our recent special elections for the House as well, this shouldn’t necessarily come as a surprise.

3. Ed Gillespie isn’t Donald Trump: In fact, Gillespie never fully embraced the president. And even if he did, would that have mattered? Luther Strange’s loss in September’s runoff election in Alabama indicates that support for the president likely has no effect on Republican turnout. Trump’s base turns out for Trump, but not for the candidates he endorses. Unless his name appears at the top of the ballot, we will not see the spike in Republican gains and turnout that we saw in 2016.

4. Despite this, the GOP needs to use Tuesday night as a learning experience, as opposed to denying it ever happened: If Virginia is any indication, the Democratic response to the Trump administration is something to be taken seriously. While it may be foolish of the left to say that this race decides the fate of every state election in the midterms and in 2020, it’s equally foolish for Republicans to completely ignore this year’s elections and dismiss everything as normal.

And even though not every election will swing in favor of the president (in fact, it’s very common that the gubernatorial elections of New Jersey and Virginia don’t), insisting that nothing is different from previous elections is just stupid. It only paves the way for the left’s embracing of their reactionary anti-Trump tactics, and emboldening their politicians in elections moving forward.

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My two cents on the race for governor here in Jersey

Since the gubernatorial election in my state is already taking place tomorrow, I figured I’d do a little research on both candidates and make a sort of “endorsement” from there.

And while she isn’t the perfect candidate by any means, I’m endorsing Kim Guadagno as the next Governor of New Jersey – not because I’m the biggest fan of her or Chris Christie, but because her opponent is a total freakin’ moron.

And that total freakin’ moron in question is Phil “the guy who looks like a ferret” Murphy, a former Ambassador to Germany under President Obama who’s been parading around with some of the country’s top Democrats since for about a year. Ferret’s campaign has also been troublingly successful, having raised almost $20 million as of this piece’s publication – and all polls conducted so far have shown him with a commanding double-digit lead over Guadagno, my state’s current Lieutenant Governor.

Like I said, this is troubling. Having read over his policy proposals, a Ferret governorship would be absolutely devastating to the state. One of his major campaign platforms is raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour. As a fiscal conservative who just started a part-time job a few weeks ago, it shouldn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out why I think that’s a dumb idea. In fact, I wrote an entire post on it a while back.

His other big campaign platform and talking point is setting up a state bank, essentially to take control of profits from investments away from Wall Street and to centralize loans for students and small businesses. Because taking power over major financial institutions away from the private sector is always a good idea – and it’s something you’d have figured Ferret and Co. would have reservations over if you were to recall the left’s constant cries of banks being “too big to fail”. Because “too big to fail” is the exact philosophy behind what a public bank is meant to serve as. It’s something you’re putting a ton of faith into to do the right thing, under the basic idea that statism is an inherent good that regularly does good things for people. And if that’s your worldview, then you’re probably a total idiot.

In addition to this lunacy, Ferret has also promised to make New Jersey a sanctuary state, raise taxes by $1.3 billion, and “lower property taxes” by increasing spending on public schools.

But what is most devastating about this race is how Ferret’s going about winning – all he has to tell voters is that he’s not Chris Christie, and has never worked under him or been his Lieutenant Governor. After all, Christie’s job approval ratings hover around 15%, and are the worst for any governor in the country. He needs to tie Guadagno to the vices of the administration, and that has been the basis of every attack against her. And while I think some of Christie’s actions in office, like Bridgegate, were outright reprehensible – and his economic proposals were insufficient in fixing the state’s problems, it’s also incorrect and intellectually dishonest to connect Guadagno to voters’ main issues with Governor Christie.

But Ferret’s a Democrat insider who worked for the Obama administration. So expecting intellectual honesty and legislation that isn’t destined to fail spectacularly is a tall order – and looking at the polls, the most we can do is hope that four years go by without anything meaningful being done by the Murphy administration.

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More info on Kim Guadagno



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“GOD IS GREAT”: Who does the left think they’re kidding?

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On Tuesday afternoon, in what was quickly agreed upon as an act of terror, a radical Islamic extremist used a rented truck as a battering ram in the streets of New York City, killing eight people and injuring a dozen more in the city’s deadliest terrorist attack since 9/11. National Review reports:

“Multiple people are dead in Lower Manhattan after a man reportedly drove a truck down a bicycle path for several blocks, hitting pedestrians. The New York Police Department said a suspect was taken into custody and that they were not looking for additional suspects…

…CNN is reporting that the FBI is investigating the incident as a terrorist attack. CNN, FOX News, and the local NBC affiliate have all reported that witnesses told police they heard the suspect shouting “Allah Akbar.”

It became pretty obvious pretty quickly that these were the markings of radical Islam. Except for the left – I’m inclined to believe that they’re a bit slow on the uptake with events like these; in fact, part of me believes that to be fully intentional.

Take CNN, for example, who reported that the attacker exclaimed “God is great” in Arabic. The (failing) New York Times briefly displayed a similar headline. Now, in all honesty, what does this accomplish? What purpose can we say this filtering of the usage of “Allah Akbar” effectively serves?

After all, everybody knows full well that this doesn’t put anyone at ease in the aftermath of a terrorist attack, nor does it effectively combat terrorism. And CNN and the Times certainly know this, too. The only reason to go around and ensure that the term “Allah Akbar” is never explicitly mentioned in coverage of an Islamic terror attack, is because your number one fear in the moment is not seeing the term or the religion stigmatized.

Now, I can only allege this to be the case because Democrats and their supporters have made it extremely obvious that this is the case. Shortly after the attack, Women’s March organizer and practicing Muslim Linda Sarsour tweeted:

“Every believing Muslim says Allahu Akbar every day during prayers. We cannot criminalize “God is great.” Prosecute the criminal not a faith.”

Apparently, Sarsour sees the inherent vice of terrorism to be the public’s reaction to it, as opposed to the reprehensible acts themselves.

Needless to say, leftists have put political correctness on a pedestal, and have now entered this genuinely disturbing phase. They now apparently believe – and have openly indicated – that protection of a terrorist’s ideology and the prevention of that faith’s feelings being hurt, is a more pressing matter than the protection of the groups that they target and preventing more acts like these from being committed in the future.


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The “Russia” tables have turned on the Democrats


Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are now under fire for what we in the business like to call “projecting their insecurities onto Donald Trump”. Because, after a year and a half of incessant finger-pointing at the Russian government for “hacking the election” in now-President Trump’s favor, a series of credible reports has allowed for two major scandals to come to fruition, showing Democrats, not Trump, to be the ones doing the shady overseas collusion.

Oh, the sweet, sweet irony.

The first of the two stories to break indicates that Hillary Clinton’s State Department signed onto a deal that allowed Russia to purchase 20% of the United States’ uranium after being bribed with several donations to the Clinton Foundation. There are also reports that the Obama administration and the Robert Mueller-run FBI were in the know as well, with Obama allegedly receiving an FBI report stating that the Russians were actively resorting to criminal acts to corner markets on uranium. And because both Clintons accepted these payments while this was known (Bill was paid half a million dollars for a speech within the same time frame), corruption becomes an entirely plausible charge.

This is by far the more substantive of the two stories, because of how indisputable the existing charges are. We can all agree that accepting bribes is illegal. It’s also known that Russia paid the Clintons large sums of money around the time the Uranium One deal took place. Those are truths that the left cannot reasonably reject – even though Hillary has already tried calling the whole controversy “debunked”, before claiming that this entire news cycle exists for the sole purpose of deterring attention from the “real” issue of the collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government that there is no evidence of. And with an FBI informant’s testimony on the way, it can be expected that more irrefutable charges will surface in the near future to further muddy the waters for those attempting to downplay the validity of the surfacing claims. Unless the informant dies of “natural causes” before they can actually testify.

The other story that surfaced is one that suggests that the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign actually paid for the infamous Trump dossier released a few months ago. The dossier alleged, among other things, that Trump hired Russian prostitutes to urinate on a bed that President Obama slept in. Yeah. And the left, of course, naturally went crazy over it.

However, the acquisition of the information doesn’t seem to be devoid of the Democrats’ trademark shadiness. My understanding of the situation is that the Democrats and Clinton campaign paid a company called FusionGPS to hire British spy Christopher Steele, who then contacted Russian government officials for the contents of the dossier. This allegation is nowhere near as bad of a blow to the left as the Uranium one story is – there is no legitimate evidence that the DNC knew that the Russian government would be used as a source of information for what they were doing. All they appear to have known was that they were paying FusionGPS for dirt on Trump with no regard to where it may have come from. The only legitimately illegal thing in this scenario that can be actively looked into is failure to disclose the transactions that occurred while this took place.

All in all, scandal after scandal and breaking story after breaking story have rendered this week an awful one for pretty much all Democrats politically. It’s also convenient that a story on the largely partisan Mueller probe just broke as all of this info started trickling into mainstream news cycles.

And not to say anything to inflate my already massive ego, but that’s actually something I touched on in the very first post I made here.

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Frederica Wilson, or how the left blows LITERALLY EVERYTHING out of proportion


Something happened in the news very recently – something that reaffirmed my long-held belief that Democrats have no respect for the sanctity of anything when they see an opportunity to score political points.

On Tuesday, Congresswoman Frederica Wilson (D-FL) came out and said that she personally heard President Trump speaking to the widow of Sgt. La David T. Johnson as if he had no respect for the man whatsoever, and that Trump more or less treats all gold star families like garbage in general. This is obviously not true – one woman recently shared a call her family received from the president to refute this.

However, seeing the opportunity to make Trump look bad, people like Wilson (pardon the expression) soldier on.

Heck, I’ve seen some farther left publications trying to call this racism. After all, Sgt. Johnson was black – and President Trump is the apparent Grand Führer Wizard of the KKK-Nazi-Klan, so it’s no surprise you’re hearing this kind of shameless garbage from the left.

Now, you may be thinking: what did Trump say to this poor, innocent gold star family that appears to be nothing short of outright blasphemy?

“He knew what he was getting into when he signed up.”

That’s what’s making the rounds on the left. A statement that is so obviously harmless and said with no ill intent is somehow being used to indicate that Trump hates dead soldiers – in other words, the same exact narrative that we heard after the utterly stupid Khizr Khan debacle of 2016. Because we all know it was one hundred percent Donald Trump and his supporters out in the streets burning flags and screeching “f*ck the troops” at the top of their lungs (Gotta love how these guys paint themselves in circles!)

We all know what Trump meant when he made that phone call: Sgt. Johnson knew that he was risking his own life to serve the United States, and that there was a chance that he could see himself being killed in the name of his country. That’s a risk that not many of us are willing to take, and it’s honorable to do so.

But context and intent don’t matter to people like Rep. Wilson and the mainstream left. Because the mainstream left has made their modus operandi quite apparent: what does matter to them is that President Trump said something. Literally, all he has done is say something that could be interpreted as kind of unfortunate.

But since it was Trump (or at least the insane caricature that leftists have created of him) that said what he did, it must be something so racist, uncaring, unsympathetic, and utterly evil that it must be inherently deserving of public outcry. Or something like that.





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A (long) rebuttal to Eminem’s mindless anti-Trump rap

I’ll bet that’s a name you haven’t heard since like, 2008… and for good reason.

That’s (unfortunately) right: Eminem is back, and we only care because he’s a celebrity who doesn’t like the president – and we all know that celebrities who don’t like the president absolutely dominate the left in their culture war, and therefore are absolutely cherished by the mainstream media. This “war” has been exacerbated beyond our wildest expectations by the rise and election of Donald Trump – the left has gone totally nuts trying to smear the guy.

And that’s the basis of Eminem’s anti-Trump freestyle rap that has made the rounds as of late. So here’s the video and the lyrics – I’m going to try my best to rebut to them as they’re listed here:

“It’s the calm before the storm right here
Wait, how was I gonna start this off?
I forgot… oh, yeah
That’s an awfully hot coffee pot
Should I drop it on Donald Trump? Probably not
But that’s all I got ’til I come up with a solid plot
Got a plan and now I gotta hatch it
Like a damn Apache with a tomahawk

I’m not sure if we’re starting this off with the prescription drugs doing the talking, or if this is Eminem’s legitimate attempt to make empty assassination threats against Trump – like about a thousand other celebrities have used their status to do.

I’m assuming a little bit of both.

As a side note, I love the video’s parking garage setting, set up to make Eminem look all “tough” and “hard” and whatnot. And we know that nothing says “hard” quite like a place where parking valets hang out in sweater vests all day. Let’s carry on:

Imma walk inside a mosque on Ramadan

Obligatory “Trump hates Muslims” reference right off the bat. It’s surprisingly less painful than I expected it to be.

As it’s been said a million times, Trump has never passed a travel ban for Muslims – he has passed a ban for a select few majority-Muslim countries that are hotbeds for terrorism, yes – but it’s insane and completely, shamelessly dishonest to insinuate that his ban is an insult to all Muslims. That’s just identity politics at its finest.

And say a prayer that every time Melania talks
She gets a mou… Ahh, Imma stop
But we better give Obama props
‘Cause what we got in office now’s a kamikaze
That’ll probably cause a nuclear holocaust
And while the drama pops
And he waits for sh*t to quiet down, he’ll just gas his plane up and fly around ’til the bombing stops

Of course, we need to add in the notion of Trump being an unstable individual. As you can see, this is essentially a “freestyle” rap verse founded on these tired talking points that we’ve been hearing since the Republican primaries. If you want to make a case for yourself or for your ideology, it’s best to base them on something, as opposed to screaming racism, sexism, or any other buzzword and hoping people care. Stupid claims like this will help push Trump in the direction of victory in 2020 – so please, do us all a favor and keep up the good work, Eminem.

Intensities heightened, tensions are risin’
Trump, when it comes to giving a sh*t, you’re stingy as I am
Except when it comes to having the balls to go against me, you hide ’em
‘Cause you don’t got the f*cking nuts like an empty asylum
Racism’s the only thing he’s fantastic for
‘Cause that’s how he gets his f*cking rocks off and he’s orange
Yeah, sick tan

As we can see here, the best way to combat discrimination against people for the color of their skin is to make fun of a guy for the color of his skin. You’re a true intellectual, Marshall.

That’s why he wants us to disband
‘Cause he cannot withstand
The fact we’re not afraid of Trump
F*ck walkin’ on egg shells, I came to stomp
That’s why he keeps screamin’ ‘Drain the swamp’
‘Cause he’s in quicksand
It’s like we take a step forwards, then backwards

Well, I can’t argue that. In fact, Em hit the nail on the head with this one. Hollywood elites like him are indeed part of “the swamp” Trump references (see Weinstein, Harvey for reference as to why).

But this is his form of distraction
Plus, he gets an enormous reaction
When he attacks the NFL so we focus on that
Instead of talking Puerto Rico or gun reform for Nevada
All these horrible tragedies and he’s bored and would rather
Cause a Twitter storm with the Packers

We can talk about the situation with the NFL to your heart’s content. After all, it’s partisan, anti-Trump leftism that exacerbated it.

But if Eminem wants to talk about Puerto Rico, he can – thousands of parcels of aid were shipped there after Hurricane Maria. Their delivery to civilians was delayed by (surprise) Democrat leadership.

And if he wants to talk about curbing violent crime in America, reforming the Second Amendment shouldn’t even be on his mind. Generally speaking, gun control and gun free zones make people less safe – just look at how peaceful Chicago is, with two thousand-plus people getting shot there per year. Britain’s violent crime and hot burglary rates are similarly indicative that the Second Amendment is for the better.

Then says he wants to lower our taxes
Then who’s gonna pay for his extravagant trips
Back and forth with his fam to his golf resorts and his mansions?
Same sh*t that he tormented Hillary for and he slandered
Then does it more

Trips that he openly held meetings over policy on – business trips, essentially. Compare that to Obama’s hundreds upon hundreds of golf outings that cost taxpayers around a hundred million dollars… except that doesn’t quite suit our narrative as well. So carry on.

From his endorsement of Bannon
Support for the Klansmen
Tiki torches in hand for the soldier that’s black
And comes home from Iraq
And is still told to go back to Africa
Fork and a dagger in this racist 94-year-old grandpa
Who keeps ignoring our past historical, deplorable factors

FINALLY, we get to the part where Em throws around the ever-popular “racist alt-righter who’s endorsed by the Klan” lie. First off, the Klan may back Trump, but he does not back them. He left the Reform Party in 2001 after David Duke joined it. He condemned violence on all sides after the Charlottesville riots – but the left wasn’t having any of it.

And to tell Trump or anyone else alive today that they’re responsible for “our past historical, deplorable factors” is stupid. I’m assuming you’re talking about Democrat policies like slavery and Jim Crow that were implemented by our long-since deceased ancestors. Pretty much everyone today believes past treatment of African-Americans to be horrible and disgusting.

To put this stupidity into perspective, I’m a German-American and two of my great-grandfathers fought for the axis power in World War II. Using Eminem’s logic, am I now rendered responsible for the atrocities of the time committed by the Nazis?

Besides, times were different then. Many supporters of slavery hated the practice but partook in it anyway for the sake of economic stability. Many Confederate supporters fought on the side of states’ rights and legitimately believed the federal government to be overstepping its power in siding with abolitionists. That obviously wasn’t true nor warranted, but to say America’s history with African-Americans was entirely based on racism is asinine.

Now if you’re a black athlete, you’re a spoiled little brat for
Tryina use your platform or your stature
To try to give those a voice who don’t have one

To save time, I’m not going into something I’ve covered a million times before. Read some of my past stuff for my take on this.

He says, ‘You’re spittin’ in the face of vets who fought for us, you bastards!’
Unless you’re a POW who’s tortured and battered
‘Cause to him you’re zeros
‘Cause he don’t like his war heroes captured
That’s not disrespecting the military

Now, I personally agree with Eminem that Trump’s comment on John McCain being a POW was completely uncalled for. But that’s Trump – he’s an unorthodox type of president who says stuff off-the-cuff. Regardless of whether you consider that to be a vice or a virtue, that’s one of the main reasons he was elected president.

Also, the only thing that renders John McCain as a “zero” in Trump’s eyes is that he’s an absolute joke in the eyes of Republicans, especially when it comes to voting on key aspects of the Trump agenda. McCain being a POW is completely irrelevant to the president’s dislike of him.

F*ck that! This is for Colin, ball up a fist!
And keep that sh*t balled like Donald the b*tch!
‘He’s gonna get rid of all immigrants!’
‘He’s gonna build that thang up taller than this!’
Well, if he does build it, I hope it’s rock solid with bricks
‘Cause like him in politics, I’m using all of his tricks
‘Cause I’m throwin’ that piece of sh*t against the wall ’til it sticks

That’s exactly how Trump operates, and you’re playing right into it. He does like to throw around insults and political attacks on people (throwing – *ahem*, feces – against the wall until they stick, so to speak) – which is normal. Granted, he may respond a little differently than most politicians, but that’s because – once again – he isn’t one.

Yes, he slings insults around until they stick and idiots like Eminem respond. The responses of whoever he targets inevitably make him look good, solely because of how the left falls for the same trap every time. There’s definitely a thought-out element of Trump’s persona that leftists fail to acknowledge the existence of, for the sake of calling him incompetent and stupid to suit their all-important narrative.

And any fan of mine who’s a supporter of his
I’m drawing in the sand a line: you’re either for or against
And if you can’t decide who you like more and you’re split
On who you should stand beside, I’ll do it for you with this:
F*ck you!
The rest of America stand up
We love our military, and we love our country
But we f*cking hate Trump

And I’m pretty sure you lost yourself about half your fans with these last few lines, Eminem. Say what you want about us, but Trump supporters are experts at giving the cold shoulder to people like Eminem who use their cultural significance as a soapbox and release unwarranted garbage like this.

And that’s mainly because it happens so often, and will no doubt continue to. Perhaps it’s time for celebrities like Eminem, Jimmy Kimmel, and Colin Kaepernick to accept that nobody cares what they have to say about politics – they’re entertainers, not pundits.

And after hearing the nonsense they espouse, that’s probably for a good reason.

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