Last night Donald Trump went to one of his rallies and mocked a survivor of sexual assault.

By |2018-10-03T06:10:24-08:00October 3rd, 2018|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |49 Comments

Courtesy of NBC News:

President Donald Trump on Tuesday repeatedly mocked Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her when they were teenagers, despite having said just days ago that he found her Senate testimony last week “very credible.”

In a one-man reenactment of Ford’s appearance before the Judiciary Committee, with his voice alternating between an impression of her and of her inquisitor, Trump challenged the veracity of the testimony that paused his nominee’s confirmation.

“I had one beer!” Trump said, characterizing Ford’s testimony about her level of intoxication as a teenager when she says she was attacked at a small get-together in Montgomery County, Md., in the early 1980s.

“How did you get home?” the president asked, taking on the role of prosecutor.

“I don’t remember,” he said in his Ford voice.

“How did you get there?” Trump continued in his reenactment of the Senate hearing.

“I don’t remember,” he replied in the Ford voice.

Trump then mockingly asked and answered a series of questions with the responses “I don’t remember” and “I don’t know.”

I swear every day I think I cannot despise this man any more than I already do, and every day it seems I am proven wrong. 

Apparently, after this disgusting display, the crowd erupted in chants of “Lock her up.”

I just don’t know anymore, I really don’t. 

Who are these people? 

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  1. Li$a? October 3, 2018 at 8:36 am

    Jeff Flake and Susan Collins were among the lawmakers who took issue with comments Trump made regarding Christine Blasey Ford

  2. Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 8:38 am

    They are these angry for nothing blowhards who complain no matter what. Trump is leading them to where Hitler led his. It doesn’t take much to lead people who feel they have been undermined by people and a system. Trump knows this because he’s been using HItler’s book as a bible. He knows how to go for the jugular. Now we watch who will come forward and have their Valkarie moment with this dotard. It’s beyond belief but I have a feeling he can go lower.

  3. ME-AK October 3, 2018 at 8:41 am

    The White House believes that Sens. Susan Collins (Maine) and Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) are going to vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh after the results of the FBI investigation come in.

    • Beaglemom October 3, 2018 at 9:31 am

      I’m sure they will. The FBI won’t find Kavanaugh “guilty” of anything. What he did was wrong, immoral and cruel but not illegal, I guess. After all, as Don the Con knows himself, “boys will be boys.” The problem for the Judiciary Committee is that Kavanaugh has lied repeatedly to them and to the country. The committee’s GOP majority is not interested in his reprehensible behavior as part of the Ken Starr team ravaging the Clinton presidency. They just love that. But Kavanaugh has lied about those years. And for the rest of us, his worst “crimes” are his obvious inability to refrain from extreme partisanship politically, his all too obvious complete disdain for women, his far right attitudes that, if allowed to dominate the Supreme Court, will decimate the forward progression of this country form its earliest years. Kavanaugh thinks the recent ruling in favor of same-sex marriage was wrong, he thinks that Brown v. Board of Education was wrong, he thinks Roe v. Wade was wrong. He probably thinks that allowing women to vote was wrong, that initiating a federal income tax was a mistake and he may even think that slavery was a good thing. Add to that his refusal to admit that he has a drinking problem and his history of becoming loutish, to say the least, when drunk. Kavanaugh is simply not the kind of person anyone should want to see on the Supreme Court. Couldn’t the GOP come up with a better nominee?

      • anon October 3, 2018 at 9:52 am

        A better nominee? Someone Like Merrick Brian Garland?

        • Beaglemom October 3, 2018 at 11:57 am

          Exactly. He’s a moderate, admired by both left and right, whose only negative was that President Obama nominated him during the eight-year period of sedition put on by McConnell and his buddies.

      • Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 8:41 pm

        The FBI doesn’t find anyone guilty, that is not their job. Hint: Federal Bureau of ‘Investigation.’

  4. Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 8:42 am

    People are saying they didn’t think Donald Trump could go that low. He hasn’t even cleared bottom yet. What I see worst right now, is that he’s using this to clear his name by saying all those women who came forward had falsely accused him. Don’t think so Donnie boy. We have you on tape braggin’ on your’ pussy grabbing expertise. Don’t try to deny what we know is truth.

    • Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 9:19 am

      Not only that, 8:42 AM, junior saying he’s more worried about his sons than daughters when it comes to sexual assault. I guess that teaching your sons to be considerate and respectful instead of titty twisting, ass slapping, pussy grabbing, lecherous leering, and lascivious talk makes for a boring life existence? I’m with Gryph, who the hell ARE these people??

    • Anon October 3, 2018 at 10:08 am

      I thought exactly what you thought. Trump is using this all to his advantage. He is despicable.

  5. VoteNO October 3, 2018 at 8:46 am

    ““So many different charges,” Trump said of Kavanaugh. “Guilty until proven innocent …. That’s very dangerous for our country. I have it myself all the time. Let it happen to me. Shouldn’t happen to him.””
    “Graham defended Trump’s rant as “a factual rendition,” questioning Blasey’s accusation and arguing “Kavanaugh was treated like crap.”

    “It made me feel sort of sick,” Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) told CNN Wednesday morning, hours after Trump ridiculed Blasey’s accusation at a campaign rally amid laughter and shouts of “lock her up.” “I don’t understand why he felt he had to do that.” Trump used Blasey’s “powerful testimony” as “a political rally punchline,”

    “Flake said Sunday that Kavanaugh’s nomination “will be over” if the probe shows he lied in his Senate testimony. Kavanaugh appears to have been evasive or dishonest about multiple topics, including his drinking.”

  6. trsdh October 3, 2018 at 9:10 am

    See the trash that make up his audience?
    Ignorant trash – all of them.

  7. trash October 3, 2018 at 9:13 am

    T R A S H

    That’s who these people are.

  8. Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 9:18 am

    ““A lot of Republicans would be unhappy with her if she voted against Kavanaugh,” Fried said. “And it would probably reduce her overall approval ratings if she did vote for Kavanaugh, because if you look back to the exit polls of 2014 she won significant numbers of Democrats.”

    Maine has a closed primary, meaning only Republicans can vote for GOP candidates, but voters who are “unenrolled,” or independent, can change their registration ON ELECTION DAY and vote in the primary as a Republican.”

  9. anonymous October 3, 2018 at 9:21 am

    Opposition grew every day after the hearing in the poll, conducted between Sept. 25 and Oct. 1.

  10. anonymous October 3, 2018 at 9:29 am

    The weatherman says he was abused when he was nine years old by his grandfather’s best friend, so he knows “what it’s like to be sexually assaulted and not be believed.” “He felt really bad, he said, about potentially hurting his family and “Julie,” but he also felt bad when he watched Kavanaugh’s hearing and “saw Mrs. Kavanaugh looking so sad” so then he wanted to tell her that he thinks Kavanaugh actually didn’t rape one of the women who accused him. So he says he talked to a “church leader” who put him in touch with another “church leader” who got in touch with Orrin Hatch’s office.”

    “All of this on the same day that Donald Trump, on stage at a rally in Mississippi, mocked Christine Blasey Ford at length in a truly horrific display of his complete lack of not even statesmanship, but basic human decency and respect. The President of the United States galvanized a mob to roar laughter at a woman who said the most powerful memory from her assault was the sound of two young men laughing on top of her.”

    “Anita Hill. Valerie Wright. Christine Blasey Ford. Julie Swetnick. Are we doomed to repeat this cruel psychodrama every quarter-century or so, in which a woman is forced to reveal her worst experiences to the world as a civic duty and, in exchange, is humiliated and dismissed? ”

    then this>

    “Most of the questions that these guys ask are both familiar and shocking.”

  11. Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 9:31 am

    What else do sane, decent, intelligent people expect from a man so devoid of all the above?
    Trump is unqualified, unfit and uncouth.

    • Eye Roll Troll October 3, 2018 at 10:40 am

      He’s KING and doesn’t give a rat’s ass.

  12. Margaret Atwood October 3, 2018 at 9:34 am

    ” ‘Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.’ ”

    Whoopi>“I will say this to every woman in that audience last night,” “I hope nothing ever terrible happens to you or your daughters, because basically what is being said is ‘we don’t care, we don’t care.’”

    “This idea that says to half the population, it doesn’t matter if this happened to you and as a matter of fact we’re going to laugh if it did because there’s a lot of laughter,”
    “but remember what Dr. Ford said, the things she remembered, was how they laughed at her. So go ahead and keep pouring salt into this wound because women may shock you.”

    • Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 9:53 am

      From this woman: Fuck you. Seriously, FUCK YOU to any who support such behavior.

  13. ANON October 3, 2018 at 10:17 am

    .@realDonaldTrump – When are we heading down to TX for our competing rallies? Or have you decided to blow off @tedcruz because you are concerned about the reception you might receive? Based on my exp there (mother born in Lueders), not many gold toilets or silver spoons in Texas.
    9:32 AM – Oct 3, 2018

  14. 42 from 45 October 3, 2018 at 10:21 am
  15. Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 10:26 am

    My 17 year old playing Fortenight just got an alert from the pussy grabbing administration. She was like “what the heck?” I am trying hard to believe that this new thing will not be abused by Trump and Putin but my mind already believes we’re being had. The illuminati is having their way with us minions and there ain’t a damned think we can do about it. My phone didn’t get the alert because my phone is old. I am still back in the 90s when things were not so evil. Now, it’s a different time. The minute ole Donald appears on my daughters phones, I will take my sledge hammer to those phones. No need for old white men who want to run the world to try and infiltrate my offspring’s young impressionable minds. With this thing on phones now, America just slipped into a world where anyone came talk at you. But it better not be fucking Donald Trump. I have a hard enough time switching channels when the bastard comes on tv. Yeck. And yes, I know the alert is not from the administration. I am being suspicious and overdramatic. But mark my word, we are going there.

    • Eye Roll Troll October 3, 2018 at 11:11 am

      Replying way too much lately, but I so agree with you. So, this is what we’ve become.
      I was born during Ike, a mere pup when JFK was assassinated, and have thought about presidencies throughout my lifetime.
      This isn’t a result of President Obama;s tenure, it’s evil incarnate and I can’t help but feel that our democracy is gone.

    • anonymous October 3, 2018 at 11:59 am

      My sister can chide me all she wants for not having a smart phone. My phone is an old flip top emergency use only. When it is no longer working or supported by its service provider — burner phone. I’m getting gladder and gladder that I’m old (born during Truman); with a bit of luck I’ll croak before my America does. Who’s that at the door? Big Brother?

  16. Fuck-A-Bee October 3, 2018 at 10:42 am

    $arah fucking thinks>
    “I think both Dr. Ford and Judge Kavanaugh are victims at the hands of the Democrats. I think it absolutely disgraceful what they’ve done. They exploited this process. They exploited Dr. Ford. They’re exploiting all the women that have come out to make any type of accusation. This is the process that should have been done.”

    “Trump and his administration are always going to try to divide. They are always going to try to gin up their 30%-35% base of support and drive a wedge through the country.” “straight out of the Roger Ailes playbook. Trump learned from watching Fox News.” “Brett Kavanaugh isn’t a victim. He is the accused. Democrats aren’t exploiting victims. They are defending them and trying to determine if Trump nominated a sexual predator for a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court.”

    • Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 1:19 pm

      “”The President was stating the facts,””

      “The woman has been accommodated by all of us, including Senate Judiciary Committee,” Conway told reporters. “She’s been treated like a Faberge egg by all of us, beginning with me and the President. He’s pointing out factual inconsistencies.”

  17. Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 11:17 am

    “will not “scare us out of doing our duty.”

    FBI Lacks White House Approval to Talk to Kavanaugh and Ford

    ~IT~ wasn’t immediately clear whether the Federal Bureau of Investigation is trying to force the issue and seek explicit approval from the White House to interview Ford and Kavanaugh. And it wasn’t clear why the FBI hasn’t yet talked to other people who have been recommended by lawyers or who have voluntarily come forward — or if the bureau would need explicit approval to talk with them as well.

    Confusion has now beset the investigation, fed by conflicting signals over what constraints have been placed on the bureau despite President Donald Trump’s comment Monday that “the FBI should interview anybody that they want, within reason.”

  18. GOPee October 3, 2018 at 12:46 pm

    “Rape shield laws and the federal rules of evidence are designed precisely to stop this sort of attack. The Judiciary Committee in 1994 expressly prohibited these abuses in the Violence Against Women Act.
    “The terrible treatment of Dr. Ford and Ms. Ramirez tells every woman in this country to keep sexual assault to themselves. We must send a different message, a message of support.”
    “They are attempting to discredit the Kavanaugh accusers by digging into their life histories, which is against the law.

    The investigation is not about the accusers. The FBI investigation is about the character, credibility, honesty, and past behavior of Brett Kavanaugh. Sen. Feinstein is correct. The Republicans are trying to send the message to women that they are to remain quiet about the crimes committed against them, which is why every decent citizen of this country must stand up and support accusers and people who bravely tell their stories.

    Republicans are using the Kavanaugh confirmation fight to silence survivors. They are breaking the law and must be held accountable both at the ballot box and by society at large.”

  19. anonymous October 3, 2018 at 12:49 pm

    “the people that were laughing behind him” when he mocked Ford for not remembering the night of her alleged assault 36 years ago.

    “We saw your faces,”

  20. Holy Shit! October 3, 2018 at 1:15 pm

    Connie Chung Reveals She Was Sexually Assaulted In Letter To Christine Blasey Ford>

    ““Dear Christine Blasey Ford, I, too, was sexually assaulted — not 36 years ago but about 50 years ago. I have kept my dirty little secret to myself. Silence for five decades. The molester was our trusted family doctor,” Chung, 72, wrote at the beginning of the powerful letter.”
    ““While I stared at the ceiling, his right index finger massaged my clitoris. With his right middle finger inserted in my vagina, he moved both fingers rhythmically. He coached me verbally in a soft voice, ’Just breathe. ‘Ah-ah,’ ’ mimicking the sound of soft breathing. ‘You’re doing fine,’ he assured me,” “Suddenly, to my shock, I had an orgasm for the first time in my life. My body jerked several times. Then he leaned over, kissed me, a peck on my lips, and slipped behind the curtain to his office area.”
    “Please understand, I was actually embarrassed about my sexual naivete. I was in my 20s and knew nothing about sex. All I wanted to do was bury the incident in my mind and protect my family,”
    ““Christine, I, too, am terrified as I reveal this publicly. I can’t sleep. I can’t eat. Can you? If you can’t, I understand. I am frightened, I am scared, I can’t even cry,” Chung wrote to Ford. “I don’t want to tell the truth. I must tell the truth. As a reporter, the truth has ruled my life, my thinking. It’s what I searched for on a daily working basis.””

  21. Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 1:26 pm

    $nake in the Gra$$ley

    “In a letter to the attorneys, Grassley declared that Ford has “put Judge Kavanaugh on trial before the nation.”

    “Allowing people to delve into the therapist’s records without due cause will inhibit people from getting help,”

  22. Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 2:23 pm

    Dr. Ford get mocked by the president, laughed at by the crowd that yelled lock her up.

    The “poor innocent’ choir boy get a life time appointment to the Supreme Court, where he can get his revenge on all the women in the USA.

    Well the women of this country might just get the last laugh, vote out Collins and Murkowski if they vote YES, because there is plenty to vote NO on without the assaults and drinking problem.

    If brett was so innocent of the allegations, why didn’t he just come forward at the beginning and say he use to have a drinking problem which caused him to treat women badly, instead of LYING and smearing these women. Because he hates women.

    • Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 2:53 pm

      Imagine being his wife. We all saw her face at the hearing. She knows.

    • Anonymous October 3, 2018 at 4:48 pm

      I believe that trump also called her evil,wonder if she got more death threats after his rally.

  23. ThankuJe$us October 3, 2018 at 2:30 pm

    The National Council of Churches, which represents 38 denominations in the US, wrote in a statement on their website that they believe Kavanaugh has “disqualified himself from this lifetime appointment and must step aside immediately.”” The National Council of Churches alleged that Kavanaugh’s testimony included “several misstatements and some outright falsehoods,”
    “”Judge Kavanaugh’s extensive judicial and political record is troubling with regard to issues of voting rights, racial and gender justice, health care, the rights of people with disabilities, and environmental protections,” they wrote. “This leads us to believe that he cannot be an impartial justice in cases that are sure to come before him at the Court.”

  24. Anon October 3, 2018 at 3:06 pm

    “If someone did not commit sexual assault in high school,” Langbert wrote in the “satirical” post, “then he is not a member of the male sex.”

    “The Democrats have discovered that 15-year-olds play spin-the-bottle,” the conservative professor continued, “and they have jumped on a series of supposed spin-the-bottle crimes during Kavanaugh’s minority, which they characterize as rape, although no one complained or reported any crime for 40 years.” “The Democrats have become a party of tutu-wearing pansies, totalitarian sissies who lack virility, a sense of decency, or the masculine judgment that has characterized the greatest civilizations: classical Athens, Republican Rome, 18th century Britain, and the 19th century United States,”

    ““Brooklyn College must immediately cut ties with Professor Langbert. We call for a full investigation and for his termination.”

    School provost Anne Lopes denounced the screed as “gender-biased and homophobic,” but did not say whether the school would order an investigation or take disciplinary action.”

  25. viv October 4, 2018 at 12:18 am

    I don’t understand why anybody finds anything remarkable about anything that comes out of Trump’s mouth. If he feels like criticizing a molested six-year-old, that’s exactly what he will do. And his cult will cheer him. He has no boundaries and no shame and neither do they.

    The only human being on the planet that is safe from Trump’s evil lizard brain is Ivanka Kushner, because she’s his untouchable masturbation fantasy.

    There is also nothing that Trump wouldn’t say or do simply to get a lot of media attention.

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