No, this is about the aftermath, particularly about the idiot woman being interviewed on NPR this morning who is insisting that Trump's comments about women, specifically that "when you're a celebrity you can do whatever you want; walk right up to them and grab them by the p***y," this so-called "locker room talk," is just something that "all men do."
This absolutely not something all men do.
Not at all.
This is an insult to me and to all those who try to go through life respectful of women, of people. I would never, never, ever engage in this kind of talk, nor would I tolerate it from others.
That Trump is being given a free pass for this, and by a woman, is mind-boggling. I don't get it. I don't understand. Is it a matter of face? Is it that right-wingers are so invested in this blatantly unqualified candidate that they feel compelled to justify their support of him, no matter what? What is it going to take for people like her, like Chris Christie, like Rudy Giulani, to say, "Nope. I'm sorry; this was a huge mistake, and I owe you all a huge apology." Or at least to publicly state that in view of recent events and remarks made by this candidate they can longer justify their support for his candidacy. That's a nice phrase, in bland politicalese, but it still lets them off the hook. A hook on which they were willing to gladly impale themselves upon, but never mind.
Please. Vote this November. Turn out in numbers sufficient to send a message to this creep without a conscience AND to all of his ignorant supporters that America will not tolerate him or his message.
Not now. Not ever.