Pussygate’s real motive

The Z man has it right:

“Watching one traitorous fink after another decry Trump’s locker room talk from a decade ago, I was reminded once again that these people were never on my side. It was always a con, a grift, to fool otherwise decent people into putting down their weapons and surrendering to the Left. Buckley-style conservatism, whatever it was, is now just a tool of the managerial class to clear the field for nation-wrecking policies to benefit the ruling elite at the expense of the middle class.”

Meanwhile, the NYT is at it again, now publicizing two women who claim Trump molested them—in one case more than 30 years ago. The Trump campaign is hotly denying the story and threatening to sue the newspaper for defamation.

“‘…for this to only become public decades later in the final month of a campaign for president should say it all,’ Trump’s senior communications adviser, Jason Miller, said in a statement.”

No kidding. Trump might not win a lawsuit but it’s a good, combative tactic to sue these Democrat operatives disguised as journalists. This is, after all, war.

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