Sunday, October 7, 2018

Not Bad For a Cult Leader

“Justice Brett Kavanaugh” – isn’t that music to your ears? It certainly was to VSGPDJT who celebrated with a few of his homies in Topeka last night where, according to Alyssa Milano (American actress, activist, and former singer) he cast some sort of a spell on the unwitting crowd:

Alyssa Milano says President Trump may be using cult-like powers to communicate to his followers and fill them with misinformation about the #MeToo movement.

“Do they agree with him or is he using some sort of like cult-like force to try and make them see that?” asked Milano. The question prompted a visibly confused face from Ruhle, who looked at her co-host Ali Velshi as Milano kept talking.

In case you don’t remember Alyssa, she was the woman at the Ford/Kavanaugh hearings who garnered a lot of attention for her cleavage, described as inappropriate for the occasion,


and for having her phone confiscated for unauthorized pictures and tweeting during the proceedings. But enough about Alyssa, a woman who represents the Hollywood Left, one of the largest cults in the country. Let’s look at a short excerpt from President Trump’s victory lap in Topeka last night:

"You don't hand matches to an arsonist, and you don't give power to an angry left-wing mob…”

Or as Jim Croce once said:

You don't tug on superman's cape
You don't spit into the wind
You don't pull the mask off that old lone ranger
And you don't mess around with Jim

So, while the cult of the New Democratic Socialists was claiming that all white men are sexual predators and should never be believed, but all women of any color must always be believed regardless of whether their allegations can be substantiated, President Trump was busy winning. Last week he signed a new trade agreement with Mexico and Canada, recorded the lowest unemployment in 49 years, dispatched General Pompeo to North Korea to continue nuclear arms talks and seated a new Supreme Court Justice.

Not bad for a cult leader.

trump can't keep winning