Did Stormy Trump Gentleman Tiny?
The true nature of the president as a gentleman and an upholder of the dignity and prestige of the office of the most powerful man in the nation was revealed the other day in his reaction to the temporary resolution of a historic court battle over a romantic affair with a film star. In his victory address on Twitter the morning after, he referred to his worthy legal opponent as “Horse face.” What a classy guy, as we used to say in the ‘hood.
One would have hoped he would be more magnanimous in victory in the first round of a defamation suit with the actress Stormy Daniels, a legal suit that may last as long as Jarndyce v. Jarndyce in Dickens’ “Bleak House.”
To her credit, the adult film star, who does not take umbrage lightly, did not take the president’s insult lying down, so to speak. In her Twitter rebuttal, she referred to her legal rival as “Tiny,” a reference to the president’s brain size.
As the battle of epithets heated up, my wife wouldn’t be surprised if women supporting the President took to the streets with signs proclaiming, in his own words, “He’s HUGE.”
Tiny Trump, unfortunately, seems to have a problem dealing with women who do not think he’s God’s gift to womenkind. His ad womanum attacks, are too numerous to mention here, other than “that dog,” “the face of a pig,” and “crazed, crying lowlife.”
But he’s more than met his match with Ms. Daniels (aka Stephanie Clifford).
Before I go on, in full transparency, I am not without bias in the Trump-Stormy legal battle. As you know, I am chairman of the “Stormy 4 President in 2020” club of Northern New Jersey, a growing coalition of film enthusiasts and lovers of truth in politics who support her presidential aspirations in 2020.
You must be kidding, other thoughtful Republicans like myself are thinking?
No, I’m not. Our candidate seems more honest, trustworthy and has the ability to speak the truth, unlike other politicians, such as, let me check my notes here…
She had the courage, for example, to reveal the details about that romantic night in Vegas. The earth didn’t move, but her date asked to be spanked by a copy of a leading business magazine with his picture on the cover.
“What you see, with Stormy, is what you get!” could be a winning campaign slogan.
But she lacks experience, and other qualifications for the highest office in the land, skeptics say!
Compared to who, or is it whom: that real estate development gonif who rode down the escalator, throwing his hair-do in the ring to the cheering mob of paid volunteers on June 6, 2015, a day that will live in infamy in political history? Give me a break.
In the pre-Trumpian epoch of American politics the door would be closed to a porn star in the Oval Office. She would be anathema to Evangelicals, who now apparently hold the balance of power in our elections. But since supporting the groper-in-chief, despite 14 allegations of sexual abuse, and voting for a sinner who has violated every thou shalt not ever invented, Evangelicals can agree Stormy Daniels will raise the level of morality in government.
But I digress.
POTUS seems to have a condition which ancient Greek doctors and soothsayers called an Achilles penis, the same affliction that caused problems for the other Clinton.
With all due respect, this is not the proper forum for invading the privacy of a chief executive with arrested developmental issues, other than mental shortcomings. It is enough for these transmissions to explore the theory that the current POTUS may be the dumbest president since Warren Harding or even Millard Fillmore.
Suffice it to say here, his hostility to women may have something to do with his relationship with his mother.
Little has been written about the role of Mother Trump in the development of young Donald, growing up to be the next Fred C. Trump, instead of the leader of The Gang that Couldn’t Loot Straight, as future historians may remember the first Trump administration.
Off the top of my head, I would like to give credit to Mother Trump for having influenced President Trump’s President’s hair style…
If not his angry juvenile malevolent campaign of belittling women. Further study is necessary.
I am mentioning all of this now because the Stormy-Tiny war of words is a harbinger. 2020 will be the year of hurling epithets in the Republican race for the plum of opposing Tiny Trump.
The pre-campaign favorite, President Trump believes he is a killer at coining nasty epithets. The 34.9% who believe Trump’s contribution to political science—the theory that even if he shot somebody on Fifth Avenue, 34.9% of the people would still vote for him—agree. They know his best lines by heart: “Low Energy Jeb”…“Little Marco”…And the ever popular “Lyin’ Ted.” IMO, all pathetically limp.
I suggest Stormy’s devastating one worder proves Tiny Trump can be beaten or spanked, if you will, at his own game.
Oct. 18, 2018