Religious Right activist “Coach” Dave Daubenmire called Donald Trump’s lewd, vulgar and predatory remarks about women ‘selective outrage.’ In a video Daubenmire says, “Women and men may be equal but I think it’s pretty clear that the Bible teaches us that women should not be in authority over a man.” Well, that’s not what ‘equal’ means, Mr. Man.
“Here’s the point I’m making,” he continued, according to Right Wing Watch. “With all that’s going on with Trump and everybody screaming and hollering about that, when is the last time your pastor stood up in the pulpit and said, ‘Hey, listen, we cannot vote for Hillary Clinton because women are not to have authority over men’? If we want to follow the Bible, that would sure be a good place to start, wouldn’t it? Rather than worrying so much about the immorality of a sinful man, what about the biblical principle that when a woman rules over a man … it’s a sign of judgment of the Lord?”
What he’s saying here is that a Pussy Grabber is a better choice over having a woman in the White House. Trump said in the recently released video that it’s OK for powerful men to sexually assault women and the Christian activist is cool with that.
Raw Story reports that Daubenmire “lost his job coaching high school football in Ohio after requiring players to pray with him and expressing offensive views about LGBT people and others.”
Right, the gays and women are the evil ones, but the Groper-In-Chief is good. Is it Upside Down Day and no one told me?
Trump also reportedly walked into the dressing room at the 1997 Miss Teen USA beauty pageant while contestants as young as 15-years-old were changing, according to Buzzfeed. “Don’t worry ladies, I’ve seen it all before,” he told the teenagers.
By the way, Donald J. Trump’s rape trial is scheduled for December 16th.
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