Rush Limbaugh has finally said what so many Trumpeteers really believe:
You know what the magic word, the only thing that matters in American sexual mores today is? One thing. You can do anything, the left will promote and understand and tolerate anything, as long as there is one element. Do you know what it is? Consent. If there is consent on both or all three or all four, however many are involved in the sex act, it’s perfectly fine. Whatever it is. But if the left ever senses and smells that there’s no consent in part of the equation then here come the rape police. But consent is the magic key to the left.
As more and more women come forward with their stories about Trump—we will now see the unraveling of all the people who have enabled this rotten charlatan.
Get ready for a whole new level of repulsive absurdity.
You thought “locker room” sexual abuse carried on outside the locker room was OK? Think again. Why do I say after the locker room? Well, in the audio you actually here Trump get out his Tic Tacs. He was also acting on intent, not just crude misogynist entitled fantasy. But even if you are in the minority who choose to diminish this, we can now see that Trump and his diminishing fans have no where to go. Because with Trump we all know that this is not about his rape fantasies, it is about his (attempted at least) rape realities.
So there is no justifying that is there? Well if you can convince people that rape is OK, well then all is copacetic, right? But who would try to do that? That would be quite deplorable, right? What gross overweight entitled misogynist pig(s) would think rape is OK? Roger Ailes maybe? Bannon maybe? Well we can do better than those pillars of the Stupidparty. Here it comes… trusty crusty misogynist old fart Rush Limbaugh explains:
“But if the left ever senses and smells that there’s no consent in part of the equation then here come the rape police. But consent is the magic key to the left.”
The left does not like Rape. But Stupidparty Trumpeteers do like rape. What else can we possibly infer? Stupidparty needs no consent, because women are not equal. But this tipping point, this breakdown in basic decency has been a long time coming and should be no surprise. It is not just Rush Limbaugh who loves this little ditty:
Every rape is sacred.
Every rape is great.
If a rape is wasted,
God gets quite irate.
No it is not just Rush Limbaugh—it is the all the people who support or enable him. Don’t believe me? Trumpeteers love their “freedoms” and really want their freedom to rape:
The Freedom to Rape.
Ron Paul, SP Rep. Texas 14th:
“If it’s an honest rape, that individual should go immediately to the emergency room, and I would give them a shot of estrogen or—” I.e., in support of emergency contraception to prevent a rape pregnancy (February 3, 2012).
Todd Akin, SP former Rep. Missouri 2nd:
“If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways of shutting that whole thing down.”
Paul Ryan, SP Rep. Wisconsin 1st, Chair of the House Committee on the Budget, VP choice:
He personally believes rape is “a method of conception” and not an excuse to allow abortion. Ryan also confirmed that he remained very proud of the Ryan/Akin–sponsored “forcible rape bill.”
Steve King, SP Rep. Iowa 4th:
In the context of the House bill, he was asked, “what if someone isn’t forcibly raped and for example, a 12-year-old who gets pregnant? Should she have to bring this baby to term?”
King: “Well I just haven’t heard of that being a circumstance that’s been brought to me in any personal way and I’d be open to hearing discussion about that subject matter.”
Steve King continues to spread nonsense about Planned Parenthood and voter fraud—all in the same breath:
“Harry Reid can defend those ghoulish and ghastly and gruesome practices that Planned Parenthood is advocating along with child prostitution and illegal immigration. He can play defense on that. They didn’t do very well in the Senate when they tried to defend ACORN. I don’t think they’ll do any better this time.”
Maybe he should check out studies like from the Guttmacher Institute, which found at least half of all babies born to minors are fathered by adult men.)
Eric Cantor, SP Rep. Virginia 4th and House majority leader:
A reporter asks, “Is rape less heinous to some women?”
(Cantor threatened to kill efforts to remedy particularly high levels of rape on Indian reservations.)
“In other words, for Cantor, limiting the authority of tribal courts is more important than making sure rapists are prosecuted and women are protected from domestic violence. And now that the elections are over, and the GOP received the message that they need to do a better job of appealing to women and minorities, is good to get that clear”
Richard Mourdock, SP Sen. candidate Indiana:
“I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.” October 23, 2012 (one day after being endorsed by Mitt Romney).
John Cornyn, SP Sen. Texas:
“Richard and I, along with millions of Americans believe that life is a gift from God”—coming to the defense of Richard Mourdock on October 24, 2012.
Nikki Haley, SP Gov. South Carolina:
On her Facebook page she referred to the S.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault as “special interests”; objecting to this, Rep. Bakari Sellers said battered and raped women are not “distractions.”
John Koster, SP state candidate Washington:
Says abortion should not be legal, even when it involves “the rape thing.”
Roger Rivard, SP State Rep. Wisconsin:
Linda McMahon, SP Sen. candidate Connecticut:
“It was really an issue about a Catholic church being forced to offer those pills if the person came in an emergency rape.” October 15, 2012.
Rick Santorum, SP presidential candidate, angel candidate in waiting:
“I think the right approach is to accept this horribly created, in the sense of rape—but nevertheless a gift in a very broken way, the gift of human life, and accept what God has given to you . . . rape victims should make the best of a bad situation”—January 2012.
Tom Smith, SP Sen. candidate Pennsylvania:
Pregnancy from rape is similar to “having a baby out of wedlock.”
Larry Taylor, SP State Sen. Texas:
On the subject of rape and incest exceptions he stated “that he heard lots of testimony that amounted to ‘making bad choices’ and then wanting to ‘walk away from them.’”
Clayton Williams, SP gubernatorial candidate Texas:
“If it’s inevitable, just relax and enjoy.”
Chuck Winder, SP State Sen. Idaho:
“I would hope that when a woman goes in to a physician with a rape issue, that physician will indeed ask her about perhaps her marriage, was this pregnancy caused by normal relations in a marriage or was it truly caused by a rape. I assume that’s part of the counseling that goes on”—March 2012
Scott Brown, SP former Sen. Massachusetts:
in 2005 sponsored legislation allowing doctors and nurses to turn away rape victims if they objected to emergency contraception.
Lawrence Lockman, SP State Rep. Maine:
“If a woman has [the right to an abortion], why shouldn’t a man be free to use his superior strength to force himself on a woman?” Lockman wrote. “At least the rapist’s pursuit of sexual freedom doesn’t [in most cases] result in anyone’s death.”
Brian Nieves, SP State Sen. Missouri:
Most late-term abortions are not really undertaken to save a mother’s life but are “a matter of convenience.”
Trent Franks, SP Rep. Arizona 8th:
Incidences of pregnancy from rape is “very low.” (No scientific evidence supports this myth.)
Ryan Fattman, SP State Rep. Massachusetts:
Undocumented immigrant rape victims “should be afraid to come forward.”
Kathleen Passidomo, SP State Rep. Florida:
“There was an article about an 11 year old girl who was gang raped in Texas by 18 young men because she was dressed like a 21-year-old prostitute.”
Dennis Nolan, SP State Sen. Nevada:
Caught on tape allegedly offering to bribe the witness in a rape trial to change her story. (You can listen to the audio here.)
Sen. Nolan has now posted an open letter on his campaign website, claiming he feels “compelled to believe the sex was consensual” because the 16-year-old victim had been “very sexually active” prior to the rape, and because (“as a side note,” he says) 42% of Nevada teenagers have been sexually active before age 16.
SP House, Congressional Bill.
“GOP bill would force IRS to conduct abortion audits”
But all of the above moronic rationalizations are now just fine -because who needs consent. Just rape and have a lot of fun -and advise your victim to do the same thing. This is what supporting Trump is doing to society -it is attempting to normalizes mankind’s worst instincts across the board. Anyone voting for Trump will be tarred by the same brush, till their dying breath -we all know who you would have voted for in Germany 1928.