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We must demand Trump release all confidentiality Agreements he's made others sign!

Was is he hiding?

Let them ALL come forward! Probably this is what's stopping many of them from coming forward.

Posted by Madam45for2923 | Sat Oct 15, 2016, 02:56 PM (6 replies)

Imagine if Trump's or his surrogates emails/smart phones were hacked, what awfulness would be found:

Can you imagine all sorts of crap: proof of unfaithfulness, racism, illegal business activities, illegal pornography, spying on people, blackmailing people and their lawyers, etc...

edit: The existence or non-existence of Meredith McIver

edit 2: Mafia connections and other bad actors connections.

What do you think?
Posted by Madam45for2923 | Sat Oct 15, 2016, 12:54 PM (3 replies)


Posted by Madam45for2923 | Thu Oct 13, 2016, 09:28 PM (5 replies)

Biographers warn Trump ab 2 get even more racist as his campaign sinks in2 the dustbin of history

Biographers warn Trump is about to get even more racist as his campaign sinks into the dustbin of history

Donald Trump’s biographers fear the Republican presidential nominee will take the United States to a very dark place out of spite as his campaign sinks into the abyss.

Politico convened a meeting of the real estate developer and former reality TV star’s five biographers to ask them about the latest scandal engulfing Trump’s presidential campaign, which is sinking fast with less than four weeks until the Nov. 8 election.

The biographers said the Trump captured on a 2005 hot mic recording was the same man — albeit even worse — they came to know in hours and hours of interviews and other research.

“I would have to say that ‘grabbing by the pussy’ was a little surprising to me,” said Wayne Barrett, author of the 1991 book “Trump.” “You know, thrusting his tongue down whatever mouth was available wasn’t much of a surprise, but ‘grabbing by the pussy’ was not something I had anticipated.”

They agreed that Trump was controlled by his ego and his impulses, although they found he had less interest in sex than he wants others to believe.

“This is almost nothing to do with lust,” Barrett said. “This is subjugation.”

The biographers were deeply concerned about Trump and the threat he poses to America’s democratic institutions in the next few weeks — and potentially for the foreseeable future.

“He’s really destroyed a sense of decency or boundaries or civic behavior in the course of this election that involved almost polluting everything he’s touched in this process,” said Timothy O’Brien, author of the 2005 book, “TrumpNation: The Art of Being the Donald.”

Trump will likely try to destroy the Republican Party that nominated him, along with the Democratic rival who’s likely to defeat him and Americans’ confidence in the electoral process, in the next several weeks, O’Brien said.

“I think he is just going to wage a scorch‑the‑earth campaign for the next three weeks, and if he loses, which I think he’s going to — I think he’s going to lose badly — he’s then going to come up with a scenario in which it was stolen from him, that the election was rigged, because he’s survived by creating alternate realities,” O’Brien said. “He’ll never say to himself he lost because he had a skeletal campaign operation, which he did; that he lost because he’s unappealing to a large swatch of the voters; that he lost because he’s willfully ignorant about public policy; that he lost because he’s a nasty and unappealing bigot. He’ll never, ever acknowledge any of that. He’ll just come up with an alternate reality that said, ‘It was rigged against me.'”

The biographers said the same personality flaws that doomed his campaign to failure are the same traits that could convince a man with such deep problems to seek the White House in the first place or force himself on women believing they desired him.

Continues... http://www.rawstory.com/2016/10/biographers-warn-trump-is-about-to-get-even-more-racist-as-his-campaign-sinks-into-the-dustbin-of-history/
Posted by Madam45for2923 | Wed Oct 12, 2016, 10:51 AM (5 replies)

We are Mormons for Hillary | Hillary Clinton

Posted by Madam45for2923 | Tue Oct 11, 2016, 06:06 PM (12 replies)

2nd Debate: Cable newsers tried to give Clinton's victory to Trump

Bizarro world: The debate showed us the real “liberal media bias” — for Donald Trump
Cable newsers didn't watch the same debate as the rest of us — they tried to give Clinton's victory to Trump

Salon.com/ BOB CESCA

At one point during the second presidential debate between accused serial molester Donald Trump and former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, the sniffing, lurking GOP nominee whined to anyone listening, “One on three!” The lament of an unapologetic bully who was somehow shocked by the fact that his opponent and both moderators weren’t kissing his ass like his closest advisers and fanboys do.

It surely wasn’t Trump’s most egregious trespass of the evening, but it was so perfectly illustrative of his entitled, infantile, schoolyard bully attitude. Trump is so blinded by the sycophantic fluffing of his most loyal fanboys, the notion of a debate setting in which, yes, both candidates faced the scrutiny of an opponent and two moderators seemed unfair and foreign to him.

So, he invoked a phrase we’ve all heard as kids at recess or from our own children: “One on three!” He might as well have collapsed to the floor, screaming at moderators Anderson Cooper and Martha Raddatz, “You can’t triple stamp a double stamp! You can’t triple stamp a double stamp!”

Despite this and other disqualifying events during and before the debate, the political press on cable news seemed to bend over backward to shoehorn Trump into the “win” category. Conversely, it’s obvious that if Clinton had responded by complaining, “Anti-quitsies, no anti-quitsies, no startsies!” the same talkers would have absolutely declared it a major fail by the frontrunner.

Specifically, it was the alleged liberal cable network MSNBC and its team of wise men, Chuck Todd, Joe Scarborough, Brian Williams and Chris Matthews, who couldn’t wait to tap into the “Trump comeback” narrative by praising Trump for a performance that the rest of us observed as the creepiest, most sniffle-punctuated and, in places, Third World presidential debate appearance in at least a century.

MORE: http://www.salon.com/2016/10/10/bizarro-world-the-debate-showed-us-the-real-liberal-media-bias-for-donald-trump/

Posted by Madam45for2923 | Tue Oct 11, 2016, 10:01 AM (13 replies)

Debate showed Clinton is eminently qualified and Trump is a clown. Why is anyone confused ab this

Hillary Clinton can’t win the debate: She showed grace and intelligence, but he won because he didn’t grab anyone’s junk
The debate showed that Clinton is eminently qualified and Trump is a clown. Why is anyone confused about this?


Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton held it together during Sunday night’s debate, speaking intelligently and passionately about policy, despite having to endure her rival Donald Trump and his team trying to deflect his on-tape admission of sexual assault by throwing two decades of right-wing conspiracy theories about her husband at her for two days.

Trump, on the other hand, made it through a 90-minute debate without grabbing anyone’s pussy, though he stood menacingly close enough to Clinton that there were some concerns. Sadly, this plus his ability to get a little closer to former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin levels of coherence — though still falling short of the mark — was enough to score Trump rave reviews from some corners and even some claims that he won the debate.

But make no mistake: By any reasonable measure, Trump lost that debate. In many ways, his performance was worse than the first time around. Trump repeatedly exposed that he knows less about good governance than a 5-year-old who has watched some “Schoolhouse Rock” videos.

Take, for instance, this bit of babble from Trump:

One of the greatest provisions for people like me, I give up a lot when I run because I knock out the tax code. She could have done this years ago. She’s a United States senator. She complains that Donald Trump took advantage of the tax code. Well, why didn’t she change it? Why didn’t you change it when you were a senator? The reason you didn’t is all your friends take the same advantage that I do.

Well, no. The reason she didn’t do it is literally because, as a senator from New York, she didn’t have the power to do it. Which led to Clinton having to explain how our Constitution works to Trump because he doesn’t understand it.

More: http://www.salon.com/2016/10/10/hillary-clinton-cant-win-the-debate-she-showed-grace-and-intelligence-but-he-won-because-he-didnt-grab-anyones-junk/

Posted by Madam45for2923 | Tue Oct 11, 2016, 09:46 AM (3 replies)


I am Sidney Blumenthal. At least, that is what Vladimir Putin seems to believe.

An email from Blumenthal—a confidant of Hillary Clinton and a man, second only to George Soros at the center of conservative conspiracy theories—turned up in the recent document dump by Wikileaks. At a time when American intelligence believes Russian hackers are trying to interfere with the presidential election, records have been fed recently to Wikileaks out of multiple organizations of the Democratic Party, raising concerns that the self-proclaimed whistleblowers group has become a tool of Putin’s government. But now that I have been brought into the whole mess—and transformed into Blumenthal—there is even more proof that this act of cyberwar is not only being orchestrated by the Russians, but that they are really, really dumb.

The evidence turned up thanks to the incompetence of Sputnik, the Russian online news and radio service established by the government controlled news agency, Rossiya Segodnya.

The documents that Wikileaks unloaded recently have been emails out of the account of John Podesta, the chairman of Clinton’s election campaign. Almost as soon as the pilfered documents emerged, Sputnik was all over them and rapidly found (or probably already knew about before the Wikileaks dump) a purportedly incriminating email from Blumenthal.

The email was amazing—it linked Boogie Man Blumenthal, Podesta and the topic of conservative political fevered dreams, Benghazi. This, it seemed, was the smoking gun finally proving Clinton bore total responsibility for the terrorist attack on the American outpost in Libya in 2012. Sputnik even declared that the email might be the “October surprise” that could undermine Clinton’s campaign.

To understand the full importance of the story—and how much Putin and his Kremlin cronies must have been dancing with delight—I have to quote the top few paragraphs:


Posted by Madam45for2923 | Mon Oct 10, 2016, 08:26 PM (6 replies)

Last Week Tonight 10/10/2016: A look back at Billy Bush being creepy with everyone (Video)

Posted by Madam45for2923 | Mon Oct 10, 2016, 07:57 PM (2 replies)

“We Were All Naked” When Donald Trump Walked Through Beauty Queen Dressing Room

“We Were All Naked” When Donald Trump Walked Through Beauty Queen Dressing Room
Trump: “I sort of get away with things like that.”

posted on Oct. 9, 2016, at 10:44 a.m.

A former Miss New Hampshire told BuzzFeed News last spring that Donald Trump strolled through the dressing rooms backstage at the 2000 Miss USA pageant and stared at the naked contestants.

In May, his campaign issued a blanket denial, calling Bridget Sullivan’s story and those of several other beauty queens “totally false.”
But Sullivan’s story has now received support from an unexpected source: Trump himself. The presidential candidate, who owned the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants until last year, told Howard Stern in 2005 that he made a habit of busting into the dressing rooms even when the contestants were not dressed.

“I’ll tell you the funniest is that I’ll go backstage before a show and everyone’s getting dressed,” Trump told Stern in recordings released Saturday by CNN. “No men are anywhere, and I’m allowed to go in, because I’m the owner of the pageant and therefore I’m inspecting it…. ‘Is everyone OK’? You know, they’re standing there with no clothes. ‘Is everybody OK?’ And you see these incredible looking women, and so I sort of get away with things like that.”

As with many of Trump’s stories — about his business success, his sexual prowess, and now his proclivity for sexual assault — it can be hard to disentangle reality from Trump’s exaggerations and braggadocio. But Sullivan’s words suggest that Trump’s behavior toward the pageant women is more than just talk.


Posted by Madam45for2923 | Sun Oct 9, 2016, 11:43 AM (8 replies)
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