Cliff Kincaid
Who's behind "shock and awe" against Trump?
By Cliff Kincaid
October 14, 2016

The Hillary Clinton campaign is selling a "Woman Card" to donors to protest alleged sexual advances on women by Donald J. Trump. It's a complete fraud and con, in the same league as the "twerking" pop star Miley Cyrus declaring she's for Hillary because Trump demeans women.

"That's an interesting statement coming from a woman who has shown all of her parts on stage for years as a pop artist and throws herself on her back with her legs spread wide open in the middle of her shows," commented J.B. Williams, co-author of Trumped: The New American Revolution. "I don't know how anyone can demean women more than she has demeaned women, or present women as nothing more than pieces of meat. That's the hypocrisy we're dealing with here."

But the Clinton campaign is moving forward as the solemn protector of women's rights.

"We will not allow you to destroy everything we have overcome as women!" Miley Cyrus declared about Trump. She made a name for herself with sexually-suggestive "twerking" during an MTV music award show and recently came out as "pansexual." She appears nude in her "Wrecking Ball" video.

Always on the lookout for anything negative against Trump, CNN proclaimed in a "news" story that Cyrus, "who supported Bernie Sanders during the 2016 primary, said Sanders supporters who are not planning on voting for the Democratic presidential nominee in the general election against Donald Trump are 'f***ing crazy.'"

Not to be outdone, Michelle Obama declared, "If a candidate regularly demeans and humiliates women, making cruel and insulting comments about our bodies, criticizing how we look and how we act, well sadly, that's who that candidate really is."

Incredibly, this defense of women comes from an administration in power in Washington, D.C. that pretends that women can become men, and vice versa, and that the sexual mutilations to make this possible should be paid for by the Department of Defense.

Barack Obama's Pentagon is using tax dollars to mutilate the bodies of men and women, in order to make them appear to be members of the opposite sex.

If you have the stomach for it, review the "gender reassignment surgery female to male and male to female photos" at this website.

Ignoring all of this, our media want us to believe that Trump's interest in attractive women is somehow beyond the pale and out of bounds.

It is beyond bizarre that a campaign which promotes transgenderism would emerge as somehow protective of women's bodies.

There's another fascinating aspect to this media focus on Trump's personal life. One of the allegations against him was that he commented on how women were drawn to him because he was famous. "Watch how women react when Brad Pitt walks into the room," noted commentator J.B. Williams. "If you don't think that women treat rich and powerful and famous men differently than they treat Joe Nobody down the street, then count the number of bras and panties that Elvis Presley collected over his years. We're talking much ado about nothing here."

Trump is supposed to be offensive because of things he did or said in his personal life. Yet, the magazine CoverGirl has just announced its "First Male CoverGirl Spokesmodel." We are told that "His skin and makeup are as flawless as you'd think."

Needless to say, CNN proclaimed this "news" in a straightforward manner, without any kind of judgment that it is perverted in any way.

For CNN, anything goes in the sexual realm, except for the natural attractions between men and women. If a story surfaces that Trump finds a woman attractive, that's considered horrible news that makes him unfit to be president. If it's wrong to find women attractive, then why do CNN, Fox News and other outlets hire attractive women?

Fellow CoverGirl spokesmodel Katy Perry broke the news about the male cover girl by saying, "Honored to have the pleasure to announce the very first COVERBOY, James Charles!"

You remember Katy Perry? She appeared at the Democratic National Convention on behalf of Hillary Clinton and implored the crowd to "use your voice," before performing her songs "Rise" and "Roar."

She announced that her parents were pastors and staunch Republicans. "I didn't finish high school and unfortunately I don't have a formal education." She added, "But I do have an open mind and I have a voice."

It is so open that, in her world, a male can use make-up to look like a female and this is something to be celebrated.

The Democrats apparently believe male and female differences are insignificant.

And Trump is the offensive one?

At the same Democratic National Convention, so-called "pro-choice activist" Ilyse Hogue declared, "I made the decision that was best for me  –  to have an abortion  –  and was able to get compassionate care at a clinic in my own community." The progressives in the audience were enthusiastic.

The truth is that an aborted baby dies a painful death. The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act was designed to protect unborn children from the pain of abortion. It passed in the House, but was defeated by Democrats in the Senate.

Our media don't show videos of babies being aborted or their body parts. Instead, we are treated to videos and stories of Donald Trump's interest in pretty women.

The American people have to realize the game that is being played by the media. You can't understand what they are doing to Trump without taking into account what they are doing in society at large.

Natural differences between men and women, including sexual attraction and male-female marriage, are being portrayed as strange and unusual. On the other hand, gross public displays of female nudity and transgenderism are being elevated as the next stage in higher levels of human consciousness. Even the Pentagon has embraced it.

In order to mask our nation's descent into barbarism and paganism, the "Shock and Awe" strategy against Trump is carefully designed to obscure how traditional values are being obliterated in society at large. Those values have been under assault, and are being replaced by sexual perversion and baby-killing abortion procedures, which are being accepted as new ways of thinking and acting.

The emergence of what Pope John Paul II called the "Culture of Death" is not new. What's new is that the Democratic Party, led by Catholics like Hillary campaign chairman John Podesta (operating from his base at Catholic Georgetown University) and Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, are helping to move along this fundamental "transformation" of America's culture and values. Kaine supports the Supreme Court's decision in favor of abortion on demand (although he is "personally opposed" to abortion), and he even hopes that the Catholic Church will one day embrace and celebrate homosexual marriage.

Bill Donohue of the Catholic League comments, "We have long known that George Soros is the single most influential donor to dissident, and anti-Catholic, organizations. Now we know from Wikileaks what I long have suspected: John Podesta has been the most influential point man running offense for Soros. Together, they have sought to manipulate public opinion against the Catholic Church."

Donohue was referring to leaked emails showing Podesta implementing a Soros strategy to spark a revolution in the church against traditional moral teachings.

Whatever his flaws, it is Trump who is standing in the way of complete victory by the forces of the "Culture of Death."

© Cliff Kincaid


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