Trump Was Nothing But Slabs of RED MEAT

…in West Virginia tonight ~ big, bloody slabs slapped across the counter time after time, again and again. His (hard) working class audience ate that up and so, frankly, did we sitting on the couch in Pensacola. It was NOTHING if not a celebration of PRIDE in this beat-to-snot country of ours, a booming expression of optimism for the future (Not HOPE, mind you, but a full throated roar of WE ARE AMERICA AND NOBODY DOES IT BETTER). Plus a big middle finger to every Russian obsessed Dem, Repub and media type who are still scraping along “looking for a crime,” as Krauthammer puts it.

Those people (and the thousands outside the arena who couldn’t make it in) were fired up and so was Trump. It wasn’t oratory. It was plain speaking.

And it wasn’t long before our betters in the media were explaining how pathetic those souls are and then carefully wiping their glasses after scribing meticulously wrought condescension of the most elite sort.


Stu Rothenberg’s tale of being burdened by a coal mining father-in-law was so carefully structured, I felt it incumbent upon me to help him flesh it out. You know – say what he was YEARNING to say, if only his sense of delicacy wasn’t so strong, his innate sense of his societal place and its responsibilities to the lower orders so refined after years of practice that free expression is prohibited.

Don’t worry your pretty creases, Stu. I got your back.

I have the unique ability to transcend class barriers and am not ashamed to assist when needed in translation.

6 Responses to “Trump Was Nothing But Slabs of RED MEAT”

  1. That he deigned to admit his FIL was a coal miner…why, that’s so BIG of him.

  2. tree hugging sister says:

    I’d say “YUGE” but then I’d be accused of being a smarty creased pants or something.

  3. aelfheld says:

    LC Aggie Sith, he just said it to burnish his compassion credentials.

  4. Kathy Kinsley says:

    I’d like to hate these people, but all I can do is pity them.

    (That’s mostly why I quit blogging.) They are just pathetic.

  5. nightfly says:

    This led me to have a brief Twitter exchange with someone who was CONVINCED that West Virginia was full-on racist because it fought for the Confederacy, while Virginia was Union.

    You know, the Virginia that had the actual capital city of the entire Confederacy, and supplied its most famous general precisely because they seceded – that Virginia.

    Just – ugh.

  6. tree hugging sister says:

    That’s all that history they’re not teaching now, ’cause who needs it?

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