Clinton operatives, alleged to be working in conjunction with the Washington Post, released a brief audio tape from eleven years ago that captures Donald Trump in some unsavory locker-room banter that included a reference to grabbing a certain part of the female anatomy. Multiple sources have now indicated this tape’s release was initiated weeks earlier, and that both House Speaker Paul Ryan and GOP Chair Reince Priebus, had been made aware of its intended use – and then failed to notify the Trump campaign, making them complicit in the Clinton Machine’s intent to harm the Trump campaign.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) October 8, 2016
Trump was quick to issue an apology for the more-than-a-decade old and thought to be private, comments. The Republican Establishment was just as quick to condemn Trump for them. In fact, Ryan, Priebus, Mitt Romney, and Jeb Bush, and others, all condemned Trump within the same hour of the audio tape’s release. It should be noted that condemnation has been far stronger than any rebuke of Hillary Clinton’s long record of corruption and political misdeeds, or the fact a leading figure of her 2016 campaign is husband Bill Clinton, who stands accused of rape and multiple counts of physical abuse toward various women.
Speaker Ryan was scheduled to do a political rally appearance with Trump today. Instead, he indicated he was disgusted and horrified by Trump’s naughty words from eleven years ago, and abruptly cancelled the appearance.
Apparently, that cancellation had been in the works all along so as to embarrass Trump. Ryan has no desire to see Donald Trump win the 2016 election, because the current Republican and House Speaker is said to have every intention of running for president in 2020.
It truly is Trump vs everyone else connected to the political and media establishment. Few would disagree that what he said all those years ago was in very poor taste. But come November, will voters remember that it is what Hillary Clinton has actually done that makes her so dangerous to this country?
We shall see.