Friday, October 20, 2017 21:18

This election was decided months ago, and it was decided by men.

Wiccapundit –

All the *gasp* terminal upset about Donald Trump’s “locker room” comments about women is meaningless.  This election has already been decided, and I don’t mean in the tinfoil-hat-fix-is-in way.

People made up their minds months ago about these two diametrically opposed candidates.  Nobody is swayed by the debates; the latest faux “scandals” cooked up by left wing media about Trump or real scandals accurately reported by alt media about Clinton; or rallies, however well or poorly attended.  The cake is already baked.

Men have decided this election.  The country is just going through the traditional rituals while we wait for the official result.  Why, you ask?

Because men look at these two candidates and relate them to themselves.  So, Trump made a lowbrow comment about a chick? Gee, what man hasn’t heard or said the same himself in a locker room with other men? Only pussies and homosexuals.  Men look at Trump and see the Alpha guy on the shop floor, on the sports team, or in the bar.  They listen to Clinton and hear the screeching shrew that was their ex-wife or crazy college girlfriend.  Who do you think this demographic will break in favor of?

If the majority of American men have not completely lost their ballsacks, then Trump will be the God-Emperor in a landslide.

That is all.

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2 Responses to “This election was decided months ago, and it was decided by men.”

  1. cmblake6 says:

    I’m seeing YUGE results for Trump.

  2. Dovregubben says:

    I find a lot of what you’re saying here incredibly problematic, not the least of which, referring to an elected official as God-Emperor.

    While the elevation of a candidate to god-like status is distressing enough, what I find more troublesome is your apparent views regarding women. You say “men decided this election.”

    Firstly, the data proves that false. Women make up 51% of the total U.S. population. In 2012, 53% of total voters were women, and in the 2016 election, 56% of total voters were women. So if you go by those simple numbers, men aren’t deciding the elections. Women are.

    Second, I find incredibly distressing your views on acceptable behavior of men towards women. Upon hearing the words of now President Elect Trump, your thoughts were not “This man has shown a supreme disrespect for women and should be held accountable,” but “Eh, guys are like that.” I sincerely hope you don’t have children. If you had daughters, is this how you’d like them to be treated? Would you accept someone speaking about them in the manner that Trump did? I should hope not. If you had sons, would you teach them to behave that way? If not, why? Would you be okay if they behaved that way despite your teaching? Yes, there are men who behave like that. That doesn’t mean it’s something we as a society should accept or encourage. It is something we should condemn as the chauvinistic, disrespectful behavior that it is. The office of president is one that people look to for acceptable ways to act. The president needs to be held to a higher level of accountability than some asshole in a locker room (which, to be clear, is speech or behavior I’ve rarely ever seen in a locker room or workplace, and something I called them out on when I did).

    Aside from all that, it’s disrespectful to men to think that their entire basis for political opinion is based on Clinton’s “shrill voice” and not policy. For one who thinks men are the big movers and shakers in the world, such a view paints men as rather shallow. And quite honestly, voting for a man because he is “the Alpha” is just as shallow. A decision on who leads this country should be a thoughtful and reasoned one, based on deliberate consideration of the issues and platforms, not on who shouts the loudest or will break the most thumbs for “your side.”

    Also, for someone whose comment rules specifically call out the use of Ad Hominem, calling someone a pussy or a homosexual for having enough respect for women not to grab them by the pussy and brag about it is something I find pretty ironic.

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