We have to admit, at first we had a hard time believing this headline:
Democrats Fear They’re the Wet Rag Party
Kavanaugh’s victory leaves many on the left saying it’s time to get mad—and even.
Doxxing Republicans and their families, hounding them from public spaces, shooting them during softball practice, hitting them over the heads with bike locks, beating them up and sending them to the ER, these past few weeks of howling, screeching, completely and utterly uncorroborated allegations from the clown gallery of serial liars and perjurers…
Yeah, the ProziCrats’ problem is that they’re “too civil”, all right. Time to get dirty, yo!
How, exactly? All-out thermonuclear war?
Al Franken is a long-time liberal warrior accused of predatory sexual behavior who is now licking his wounds in exile.
Brett Kavanaugh is a long-time conservative warrior accused of predatory sexual behavior who is now licking his wounds on the United States Supreme Court.
The discerning reader or, indeed, any reader possessing basic literacy and a memory that stretches further back than last night’s Jimmy Kimmel show, will note at least one glaring difference between the two: One had corroborating evidence, the other had nothing. But never mind, this is Politico, one of the ProziCrats’ many modern day iterations of Völkischer Beobachter, so nothing to see here.
The president’s gleeful taunts of Franken as a quitter at a campaign rally in Minnesota on Thursday night—he folded “like a wet rag,” Trump cackled—were, for Democrats, a wicked preface to their ash-in-mouth defeat this weekend in the Kavanaugh nomination fight.
Whether Trump knew it or not, his remarks were perfectly pitched to stoke anxieties that have haunted many top Democratic operatives for a generation: the fear that their party loses big power struggles because Republicans are simply tougher, meaner, more cynical and more ruthless than they are.
“More cynical and more ruthless?” More cynical and ruthless than gunning down politicians playing softball? More cynical and ruthless than threatening a candidate’s wholly innocent wife with murder and rape? More cynical and ruthless than mocking a candidate’s 10 year old daughter for having a good, compassionate Christian heart? More ruthless and cynical than the systematic and willful commission of perjury in order to utterly destroy an innocent man’s career and reputation?
Examples, please. We’ve got all day, Politico. In fact, we’ve got more than that. As long as it takes, because you won’t ever find any. Ever.
But you’re on to at least something in that paragraph. The President knew full and well how his remarks would hit the perennially hysterical and mentally deranged psychotics on the “Progressive” Left. He’s banking on it. Their insane, offensive, violent and straight up fascistic behavior is what got him elected, it’s what keeps him going up in the polls, it’s what has energized his base beyond anything it’s ever been, not to mention the absolutely YUGE mass of ordinary Americans who normally don’t bother going to the polls in the midterms yet, faced with the shitlibs’ shitshow, realize that they simply cannot afford to sit this one out if they want to keep just a modicum of decency and sanity alive in this country.
So why ask them to stop?
It is, after all, terribly uncouth and ill-mannered to interrupt your enemy when he’s making a colossal mistake. Again. For the umpteenth time.
Not that the Donald had needed worry. All the ProziCrats have to do to turn around their catastrophic demise is to not be insane, and they simply cannot do it.
It’s all they’ve got.
Still, it probably doesn’t hurt to let them simmer in their mentally defective shitsoup. Call it “an insurance policy in case you unexpectedly die at 40.”