Smart. Sharp. Funny. Fearless.
Thursday, January 17, 2019

Meryl Streep is not only one of the finest living American actors — among the very greatest ever, in fact — but also one of our smartest artists. A conscious human being, politically astute and keenly aware of her privileged life, Streep took a few moments to deliver a message at Sunday night’s Golden Globe Award telecast, where she received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement. (She has won the Golden Globe eight times with 30 nominations to her credit.)

While she didn’t deign to mention Donald Trump by name, her words, spoken in hoarse tones, were clearly directed at him.

Necessarily brief, her remarks are very much worth reading in full (and then sharing as widely as possible). As she took the stage, her friends and colleagues in the auditorium stood to applaud:

Thank you very much. Thank you. Please sit down. Please sit down. Thank you. I love you all. You’ll have to forgive me. I’ve lost my voice in screaming and lamentation this weekend. And I have lost my mind sometime earlier this year. So I have to read.

Thank you, Hollywood foreign press. Just to pick up on what Hugh Laurie said. You and all of us in this room, really, belong to the most vilified segments in American society right now. Think about it. Hollywood, foreigners and the press. But who are we, and what is Hollywood, anyway? It’s just a bunch of people from other places. I was born and raised and educated in the public schools of New Jersey. Viola was born in a sharecropper’s cabin in South Carolina, came up in Central Falls, Rhode Island. Sarah Paulson was born in Florida and raised by a single mom in Brooklyn.

Sarah Jessica Parker was one of seven or eight kids from Ohio. Amy Adams was born in Vicenza, Italy, and Natalie Portman was born in Jerusalem — where are their birth certificates? And the beautiful Ruth Negga was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, raised in — no, in Ireland, I do believe, and she’s here, nominated for playing a small-town girl from Virginia. Ryan Gosling, like all the nicest people, is Canadian. And Dev Patel was born in Kenya, raised in London, is here for playing an Indian raised in Tasmania. So Hollywood is crawling with outsiders and foreigners. And if we kick ’em all out, you’ll have nothing to watch but football and mixed martial arts, which are not the arts.

They gave me three seconds to say this, so. An actor’s only job is to enter the lives of people who are different from us and let you feel what that feels like. And there were many, many, many powerful performances this year that did exactly that, breathtaking, compassionate work. There was one performance this year that stunned me. It sank its hooks in my heart. Not because it was good. There was nothing good about it. But it was effective and it did its job. It made its intended audience laugh and show their teeth. It was that moment when the person asking to sit in the most respected seat in our country imitated a disabled reporter. Someone he outranked in privilege, power, and the capacity to fight back. It kind of broke my heart when I saw it. I still can’t get it out of my head because it wasn’t in a movie. It was real life.

And this instinct to humiliate, when it’s modeled by someone in the public platform, by someone powerful, it filters down into everybody’s life, ’cause it kind of gives permission for other people to do the same thing.

Disrespect invites disrespect. Violence incites violence. And when the powerful use their position to bully others, we all lose. Okay. Go on with that thing.

This brings me to the press. We need the principled press to hold power to account, to call them on the carpet for every outrage. That’s why our founders enshrined the press and its freedoms in our Constitution. So I only ask the famously well-heeled Hollywood foreign press and all of us in our community to join me in supporting the Committee to Protect Journalists, because we’re going to need them going forward, and they’ll need us to safeguard the truth.

One more thing. Once when I was standing around on the set one day whining about something, we were going to work through supper, or the long hours or whatever, Tommy Lee Jones said to me, “Isn’t it such a privilege, Meryl, just to be an actor?” Yeah, it is. And we have to remind each other of the privilege and the responsibility of the act of empathy. We should all be very proud of the work Hollywood honors here tonight. As my friend the dear departed Princess Leia said to me once, “Take your broken heart, make it into art.”

  • Share this on Google+0
  • Share this on Linkedin0
  • Share this on Reddit0
  • Print this page
  • 0

71 responses to “At Golden Globes, Meryl Streep Calls Out Trump’s Bullying”

  1. Dominick Vila says:

    Meryl, you are a very classy, and intelligent, lady indeed.

  2. FireBaron says:

    Ironically enough, our soon-to-be tweeter-in-chief came out with a tweet denouncing Streep as a has-been. Guess she’s one of those who said no when he propositioned her.

  3. A magnificent testimony of what nobility looks like in person, and a commitment to decency, have been unmistakably demonstrated by Meryl. Each week shows Trump drifting further from God and being decent and lofty in attitude, and instead he descends deeper into what is metaphorically referred to as “Hell”.

    From a newer perspective, one that matches the capacity we’ve reached as a human species in general, Baha’u’llah has refined for humanity the meaning of the terms “Heaven” and “Hell”. The former refers to a state of being “near” to God—not in physical terms of nearness, but in our inner state by showing a noble character and striving to better our spiritual capacities. The latter condition/state, “Hell”, refers to distancing ourselves from God, and in so doing displaying demonic behavior, and displaying qualities like racism, being vicious in attitude, constant lying, and being greedy.

    By this criteria as elucidated by Baha’u’llah, and referenced by Messengers in the Past using different imagery suited to the capacities then, we see that Meryl is more aligned with a heavenly disposition and therefore “nearer” to God, while Trump falls deeper into the abyss of a hellish condition as he strives with alacrity to shake hands with “Satan”.

    • CPANY says:

      You and your “Bahabulla” make me sick.

      • Dan S says:

        Better get Obamacare then ????

      • I’m so happy that you disapprove. It’s good to get you nettled because you are so dedicated to being a churl. And if there’s one thing any churl deserves is to be annoyed.
        Please let me know if I disrupt your cozy little cocoon of blissful ignorance and materialist comfort—It motivates me even further.

        Y’all have fun now, ya’ hear?

      • CPANY, to help edify your lifeless heart, and make you a little more informed about Baha’u’llah, let me share with you comments on the plight of a community of Baha’is, followers of Baha’u’llah, who have endured hardships on my and your behalf, as they try to better the conditions of their neighbors in Yemen, as I and others try to do in parallel here in the USA.

        I invite you to follow the status in Yemen by clicking on this link:

        “We are all Baha’is”—Spirit of solidarity grows to unprecedented levels
        23 August 2016
        SANA’A, Yemen — An extraordinary wave of support by organizations and individuals has kindled hope in the hearts of the Baha’is of Yemen in the wake of recent arrests there. It has also revealed the degree to which the motivation of Baha’is to build unity has resonated with so many in that country and across the region. One statement of support opened with this dramatic assertion of solidarity: “We are all Baha’is”.

        On 10 August, armed, masked soldiers raided an educational gathering organized jointly by the Nida Foundation for Development as well as the Baha’i community of Yemen on the theme of moral empowerment and service. More than sixty participants were arrested, among them youth and children. Half were Baha’is and, currently, it is believed some fourteen remain in prison, including young mothers.

        Yet the raid has provoked an unprecedented response from citizens and civil society. Widespread coverage in the region’s media—on television, on the Internet, and in print—has also highlighted the constructive endeavors of the Baha’i community and the baselessness and illogicality of the arrests.

        Two of the leading daily pan-Arab newspapers—Al-Arab and Al Quds Al-Arabi—covered the story extensively. Among the countless other news sources that have published related stories have been Al Morasel, Al Modon, Akhbar Al Khaleej, Gulf Eyes, Al Masdar, Mosnad News, Sadaa Adan, and Yemen Shabab.

        “Why arrest a group of peaceful Baha’is when the country is full of arms dealers, gangs, instigators of sedition, saboteurs, spies, and lurking terrorists? What courage is there in the arrest of a group of defenseless children and youth, when Yemen is full of thousands of murderers, thieves, criminals, gangs, and armed religious militias?” asks writer Sadiq Al-Qadi in an article on Al-Morasel News titled “For the Sake of Faith, Nation, and Humanity: Release the Baha’is”.

        Messages have been circulating on social media calling for freedom for the Baha’is and appealing for the unity and understanding. The messages here are organized… »Enlarge (7 images)
        “How does the country benefit from persecuting a group that believes in obedience to one’s country? What benefit in arresting people who regard work as worship and strive to serve the community?” continues the article.

        The Nida Foundation and the Baha’i community in Yemen have been involved in programs for the empowerment of youth so that they become oriented towards the social, moral, and intellectual development of society in practical ways. Both have also been concerned with raising the status of women and promoting the concept of equality and, in particular, the education of the girl child. Furthermore, the Nida Foundation has held discussions with tribal leaders on the profound implications of peace, reconciliation, and co-existence in that war-torn society.

        Support also has come from tribal leaders and fellow citizens of various backgrounds. For example, on the website of “The People of the Quran”—a Muslim religious order also called the Quranis, which has millions of adherents throughout the Arab region—the peaceful nature of the educational gathering was emphasized. The site stated that the event had been held “in an atmosphere of love and loyalty for Yemen; a program filled with enthusiasm, determination, and selflessness to serve the causes of peace and coexistence, community building, and unity among the children of their country.

        “We are all Baha’is!” begins their statement.

        “If you want to spread an ideology, persecute it! This sums up the human experience with any new way of thinking,” the statement continues.


      • charleo1 says:

        A closed mind creates an empty storehouse.

  4. InGen12 says:

    Drumpf still doesn’t get it – his actions (towards the disabled, minorities, women) speak louder than his words (tweets). This is one dumb little boy.

    • CPANY says:

      He’s not dumb. He’s mean spirited.

      • I’m surprised you’re able to determine that. But he is both if you take time to consider the full implication of “dumb”.

        • CPANY says:

          Dumb is dumb, just like you’re dumb.

          • Wrong response. Try again.

          • Independent1 says:

            If he’s not dumb, he sure acts that way. And fact is, experts claim he has the vocabulary of a 2-year old – of about 200 words; Which is actually what the average dog can understand.

            And see this from

            9 Ways Donald Trump Is Like a 2-Year-Old


          • Independent1 says:

            Say, since you’re a CPA, how about checking out Trump’s tax fraud he committed back in 1995.

            See this:

            Trump’s tax dodge wasn’t ‘smart’—it was a billion dollar cheat

            Some excerpts:

            Donald J. Trump proudly acknowledges he did not pay a dime in federal income taxes for years on end. He insists he merely exploited tax loopholes legally available to any billionaire — loopholes he says Hillary Clinton failed to close during her years in the United States Senate. …

            But newly obtained documents show that in the early 1990s, as he scrambled to stave off financial ruin, Mr. Trump avoided reporting hundreds of millions of dollars in taxable income by using a tax avoidance maneuver so legally dubious his own lawyers advised him that the Internal Revenue Service would most likely declare it improper if he were audited.

            “Whatever loophole existed was not ‘exploited’ here, but stretched beyond any recognition,” said Steven M. Rosenthal, a senior fellow at the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center who helped draft tax legislation in the early 1990s.

            But the opinion letters Mr. Trump received from his tax lawyers at Willkie Farr & Gallagher were far from the gold standard. The letters bluntly warned that there was no statute, regulation or judicial opinion that explicitly permitted Mr. Trump’s tax gambit. “Due to the lack of definitive judicial or administrative authority,” his lawyers wrote, “substantial uncertainties exist with respect to many of the tax consequences of the plan.”

            Regardless of whether the I.R.S. objected, Mr. Trump’s tax avoidance in this case violated a central principle of American tax law, said Mr. Buckley, the former chief of staff for Congress’s Joint Committee on Taxation, who later served as chief tax counsel for Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee.

            “He deducted somebody else’s losses,” Mr. Buckley said. By that, Mr. Buckley meant that only the bondholders who forgave Mr. Trump’s unpaid casino debts should have been allowed to use those losses to offset future income and reduce their taxes. That Mr. Trump used the same losses to reduce his taxes ultimately increases the tax burden on everyone else, Mr. Buckley explained. “He is double dipping big time.”


          • Sand_Cat says:

            Pot calling the kettle black? The kettle that’s polished to a fine sheen?

  5. Mama Bear says:

    About his tweet…what kind of a man mocks a disabled person…on camera.. for the world to see, and then lies over 100 times and says he did no such thing. That moment captured his true character. And even more amazing is that people, including an overwhelming number of those that call themselves evangelical conservative Christians, defend him for it, ignore his evil character and vote for him. I am truly baffled.

  6. Apostol Pappas says:

    “keenly aware of her privileged life”………..
    If she was, she would easier had identified with “the deplorables” who voted for the president elect! The less privileged. Another liberal detached from the real world.

  7. itsfun says:

    Another rich person in Hollywood getting rich by making fantasies, who thinks the fantasies are real life.

    • Sharon Weight says:

      You are kidding! Meryl Streep doesn’t even live in Hollywood. If you are concerned about “rich people” you should be doubly concerned by the billionaire oligarchy Trump is assembling. And….you know nothing about their financial dealings and whether they will be working for you or themselves.

      • Bill P says:

        Sharon don’t try reasoning with itsfun, he just likes to write his nonsensical comments without ever providing proof.

      • itsfun says:

        How many poor people are on Obama’s cabinet? I don’t really care where she lives, she is still in a world of fantasy. These people see the world as they would like it to be, not as it is.

        • Independent1 says:

          It’s got nothing to do with wealth lowlife, it’s all about remotely having the qualifications for the job, which the majority of Trump’s nominees have ZERO of; except for maybe Sessions who maybe qualified but he disqualifies himself by being a KKK loving racist (which really flies in the face of being the nation’s top law enforcement agent).

        • CPAinNewYork says:

          How many poor people are in any president’s cabinet?

          • itsfun says:

            None; So why is President-elect Trump being beaten up for it.

          • CPAinNewYork says:

            President-elect Trump is being beaten up because he’s a lying piece of crap. Need an example? He says that he has no business interests in Russia. The U. S. spy agencies say he has.

      • CPAinNewYork says:

        They’ll be working for themselves.

    • Independent1 says:

      Tell us – do you buy into this too? And the potential danger that it hints to?? Watch the video and then let us know if you agree.

      Hitler and his henchmen victimized an entire continent and exterminated millions in his quest for a co-called “Master Race.”

      But the concept of a white, blond-haired, blue-eyed master Nordic race didn’t originate with Hitler. The idea was created in the United States, and cultivated in California, decades before Hitler came to power. California eugenicists played an important, although little known, role in the American eugenics movement’s campaign for ethnic cleansing.

    • Thoughtopsy says:

      So shallow a micrometer couldn’t find depth in you.
      Nice displacement though.

    • Trump has fantasies as well, and you’ve helped fulfill one of them. You haven’t noticed but he has benefited financially in a HUUUGE way from the ill-gotten gains of his father, taking advantage of many along the way ever since, just like dad did before. You’re just adding fuel to Donald’s furnace.

    • Sand_Cat says:

      Like you? Isn’t thinking fantasies are real life what you’ve done on these pages for years?

  8. Randal Marlin says:

    Meryl Streep reminds me more forcibly than anything I have read for a long time, of the power of words. I was beginning to have some sympathy for The Donald because of the attempt to tar and feather him on the basis of his attitude of rapprochement with Russia. The mainstream media did not do an adequate job of reporting on Ukraine and Syrian events. When it came to Trump v. Hillary, Hillary seemed more certain to pursue the military-industrial-surveillance-complex path of more war, whereas no one knows what Trump’s policies will be on that score. When you look at what he says, you find expressions of contradictory import.
    Now Streep reminds us of how loathsome Trump can be in his contempt for “losers.”
    Unprincipled politicians have existed before, and politics being what it is, their actions are not necessarily unproductive of good results. But power unrestrained by a sense of basic human decency and respect for truth cannot be good. Calling into question Streep’s brilliant acting gifts is a mistake, not only artistically but also politically and, dare I say, morally.
    Bravo Meryl!

    • Apostol Pappas says:

      Indeed excellent acting skills. Certainly taking you all for a ride with her emotional stunt. Trump is a intuitive genius. Please give him a chance. He is not even in the Oval Office yet. To condemn him before he even begins his presidency is a travesty of justice.

      • Independent1 says:

        An intuitive genius?? What a joke!! He has the vocabulary of a 2-year old – about 200 words; and is businesses greatest loser of all time. He’s failed so often with his mindlessly stupid attempts at creating a business that people have lost track.

        Donald Trump’s Economic Plans Would Destroy the U.S. Economy

        Donald Trump’s Many Business Failures, Explained

        “The Making of Donald Trump”: David Cay Johnston on Trump’s Ties to the Mob & Drug Traffickers

        10 Donald Trump Business Failures

        • The lucky one says:

          I beg to differ. He has the maturity of a 2 year old but I’d guess his vocabulary is closer to the average 5 year old.

      • Sharon Weight says:

        I condemn him based on his words and actions. He is an amoral man and I will never support his bullying, thin skinned, petty words and actions. He lies and denies even when the evidence is there for all to see and hear as is the case with his mocking of the the disabled journalist. There is absolutely no other interpretation for his words and actions. I fear what such a man will do in the Oval Office.

      • Independent1 says:

        And this is the way a genius speaks? He can’t quite often even complete a sentence correctly:

        This is an actual Trump sentence?

        Look, having nuclear—my uncle was a great professor and scientist
        and engineer, Dr. John Trump at MIT; good genes, very good genes,
        OK, very smart, the Wharton School of Finance, very good, very smart —you know, if you’re a conservative Republican, if I were a liberal, if, like, OK, if I ran as a liberal Democrat, they would say I’m one of the smartest people anywhere in the world—it’s true!—but when you’re a conservative Republican they try—oh, do they do a number—that’s why I always start off: Went to Wharton, was a good student, went there, went there, did this, built a fortune—you know I have to give my like credentials all the time, because we’re a little disadvantaged—but you look at the nuclear deal, the thing that really bothers me—it would have been so easy, and it’s not as important as these lives are (nuclear is powerful; my uncle explained that to me many, many years ago, the power and that was 35 years ago; he would explain the power of what’s going to happen and he was right—who would have thought?), but when you look at what’s going on with the four prisoners—now it used to be three, now it’s four—but when it was three and even now, I would have said it’s all in the messenger; fellas, and it is fellas because, you know, they don’t, they haven’t figured that the women are smarter right now than the men, so, you know, it’s gonna take them about another 150 years—but the Persians are great negotiators, the Iranians are great negotiators, so, and they, they just killed, they just killed us.

        • The lucky one says:

          Yeah but that’s because he can’t complete a sentence without bragging about himself.

          • charleo1 says:

            Unfortunately for Trump, there’s just so many ways to say I wish my lips were longer so I could kiss myself on the mouth! It might help break that pesky groping habit he’s developed as his yhuge head has continued to swell uncontrollably.

          • The lucky one says:

            It’s too bad he can’t kiss himself. He might then appreciate how repulsive he is.

        • When you chronicle the things Trump has said, as you thankfully remind us with the litany of broken sentence structure above, it is clearer to those who take the time to look at patterns that Trump has a problem more serious than our earlier conclusions.

      • Thoughtopsy says:

        Trump’s intuition demonstrably serves one thing, and one thing only. Trump’s wealth and ego.

        He started with more money than most of us will have in several lifetimes, and bankrupted 8 business DESPITE his “genius”, money and political connections.

        When he fails, again demonstrably, he ducks for cover, declares bankruptcy, and stiffs the other partners with the costs… then declares it a a great victory (for him).

        This pattern follows him EVERYWHERE. It is easily verifiable. As is his angry narcissism, and inability to understand information… or read. As was his campaign of violence, bigotry and division.

        Where is his honest attempt to bring the country together since becoming Press-Elect Loser? I dare you to point to one honest example where he DID something to unite the country. (Not just said: “The country should now unite behind me”).
        You won’t find one.
        In fact you’ll find more angry rhetoric… “Victory Rallies” where he verbally masturbated on stage to his angry base and continued the divisive language of his campaign… appointment of a Alt-right race-baiter to one of his top administration positions… and continued disparagement of many groups of Americans. Don’t forget his desperate sucking up to Putin either… whilst actively putting down the findings on the whole intelligence community… based on… nothing.

        If he actually wanted a chance (assuming he’s smart enough to understand … which he isn’t) he actually had to both say and DO unifying things throughout this period as people were coming to grips with his coming Presidency.
        Instead he’s just continued being a thin-skinned, race-baiting, bigot with temper tantrum issues.

        His chance was thin after the election.
        He did absolutely nothing to redeem himself.
        His chance is now over.

        • Independent1 says:

          And it even goes beyond starting with a lot of money as you described above. Trump has a history of one business failure after another that Daddy bailed him out of, even before he started his practice of filing bankruptcy and leaving investors and workers holding the bag. Donald cost Daddy millions upon millions.

          It’s all documented here:

          Donald Trump’s Many Business Failures, Explained

          Some excerpts:

          The son of wealthy developer Fred Trump, he went to work for his father’s real estate business immediately after graduating from Wharton and found some success by taking advantage of his father’s riches and close ties to the power brokers in the New York Democratic Party, particularly his decades-long friend Abe Beame, the former mayor of the city.

          Even with those advantages, a few of Trump’s initial deals for his father were busts, based on the profits. His first project was
          revitalizing the Swifton Village apartment complex in Cincinnati, which his father had purchased for $5.7 million in 1962. After Trump finished his work, they sold the complex for $6.75 million, which, while appearing to be a small return, was a loss; in constant dollars, the apartment buildings would have had to sell for $7.9 million to have earned an actual profit. Still, Trump happily boasted about his supposed success with Swifton Village and about his surging personal wealth.

          Despite the outward signs of success, Trump’s personal finances were a disaster. In 1978, the year his father set up that sweet credit line at Chase, Donald’s tax returns showed personal losses of $406,386—$1.5 million in present-day dollars. Things grew worse in 1979, when he ported an income of negative $3.4 million, $11.2 million in constant dollars. All of this traced back to big losses in three real estate partnerships and interest he owed Chase. With Trump sucking wind and rapidly drawing down his line of credit, he turned again to Daddy, who in 1980 agreed to lend him $7.5 million.

          • charleo1 says:

            So it only took Trump 20-25 years to figure out how to turn a profit by shafting everyone involved in the deal, including his own Father.
            Then, taking a victory lap, before all the lawsuits come in. I feel so much better now.

      • The lucky one says:

        “Trump is a intuitive genius.” thanks for the belly laugh, that was priceless.

      • charleo1 says:

        He condemns himself in the court of human decency by his own words, and actions, was Streep’s point. And, he does this in front of our children setting the tone, and tenor of their lives was another. This, as he prepares to become the face and leader of our country, America. That means something better than what we’re seeing. To represent a place that we, and the World like to think of as the beacon of the free world. And moreover, and this worse in my mind. His clear ignorance of the very complicated world he is about to inhabit is continually on display in one issue after the other, alongside this belief in his own God-like infallibility. That he, or anyone about to enter the Presidency would think they can simply wing it and succeed is absurd and bone chilling. Or you somehow don’t get, that all this is painfully obvious to so many, before he even begins? That forewarned is not somehow forearmed. So critics should be silenced out of awe for his “great initiative genius?? Really? What country do you think you’re living in, anyway?

      • Mama Bear says:

        Trump a genius? Trump is a con man. Period. He conned you Apo and your words tell the story. I will give him all the respect and “chance” he gave Obama.

      • Sand_Cat says:

        Taking us for a ride? We’ll NEVER catch up with YOU.
        Trump an “intuitive genius”?
        You really should post here more often. We could all use a good laugh in these grim times!

        • Apostol Pappas says:

          Sandy, at least you acknowledge that “these are grim times”. Could it be because of the poor governance the past decade? Well cheer up! Help is on the way. America has elected a great individual who has selected a brilliant group of people around him, and America is going to regain its rightful place and respect on this planet. Refrain from impulsive mud slinging and watch that space.

          • Sand_Cat says:

            “Great individual”?
            You have thereby completely undermined what little credibility you might otherwise have had.
            If a vulgar, willfully ignorant, incredibly insecure, narcissistic, sociopathic bully is a “great individual” to you, I shudder to think what goes on in your own twisted little brain.
            Don’t try to patronize me; you’re the moron here.
            You’re idiotic statement is not worth the time to write even this response.

          • Apostol Pappas says:

            Your response is not worthy of a response. It speaks for itself!

          • Sand_Cat says:

            Then why did you respond? Obviously you have no response other than one likely to make you look even more blind and foolish than the foregoing ones.
            And I’ve wasted enough time on you, though it was mildly amusing at first.

  9. Godzilla says:

    Just another Liberal pig using a Participation trophy idiotic award show to use her spot on the camera to make a fool of herself. The whole “mocking a disabled person” has been totally debunked and this just shows how the Liberal media are nothing but liars and fakes. Shame on the Liberal media for promoting more lies and nonsense and shame on the idiot sheep for still believing their nonsense.

    • Independent1 says:

      And the denial goes on and on; as do the excuses. The only people Trump’s deplorable actions have been debunked to are conservatives living in denial such as you.

    • Thoughtopsy says:

      Your abject misogyny is showing.
      As is your level of culture.

    • Independent1 says:

      Tell us there lizard life, do you really buy into this??

    • The lucky one says:

      “The whole “mocking a disabled person” has been totally debunked” Easy to see why you’re a Trumpster. His very obvious mocking of the disabled person was recorded on video and anyone who watches it can plainly see it for what it is. I know you fawn on Trump but try being honest and man enough to admit when he trips over his dick as bad he did then.

    • Dear Godzilla, I’ve taken the liberty to copy a typical Trump conversation laced with broken sentences, incomplete thought patterns, no continuity of delivery, which all suggest a demented mind filled with gaps in his gray matter. This is courtesy of “Independent1”.

      Take a look at the following, and see if you can see Trump’s mental problem.

      This is an actual Trump sentence?

      Look, having nuclear—my uncle was a great professor and scientist
      and engineer, Dr. John Trump at MIT; good genes, very good genes,
      OK, very smart, the Wharton School of Finance, very good, very smart —you know, if you’re a conservative Republican, if I were a liberal, if, like, OK, if I ran as a liberal Democrat, they would say I’m one of the smartest people anywhere in the world—it’s true!—but when you’re a conservative Republican they try—oh, do they do a number—that’s why I always start off: Went to Wharton, was a good student, went there, went there, did this, built a fortune—you know I have to give my like credentials all the time, because we’re a little disadvantaged—but you look at the nuclear deal, the thing that really bothers me—it would have been so easy, and it’s not as important as these lives are (nuclear is powerful; my uncle explained that to me many, many years ago, the power and that was 35 years ago; he would explain the power of what’s going to happen and he was right—who would have thought?), but when you look at what’s going on with the four prisoners—now it used to be three, now it’s four—but when it was three and even now, I would have said it’s all in the messenger; fellas, and it is fellas because, you know, they don’t, they haven’t figured that the women are smarter right now than the men, so, you know, it’s gonna take them about another 150 years—but the Persians are great negotiators, the Iranians are great negotiators, so, and they, they just killed, they just killed us.

      It should be obvious even to you that there’s a serious neurological problem eating away at Donald’s depraved mind, and probably a direct result of his infatuation with himself over so many decades.
      Watch out—You may wind up the same way even though you show signs of another type of mental breakdown.

      • charleo1 says:

        Thanks! Very telling, It’s not exactly The Audacity of Hope, or Dreams
        of My Father, now is it? Further proof, at least for me, we are not at the present, one Nation, indivisible. But in spirit, and demeanor, two very different countries, See dissociative identity disorder. Where the doctor will often ask the patient, okay, who am I talking to now? Who is this?

    • iamproteus says:

      “The whole “mocking a disabled person” has been totally debunked…..”
      Please provide citation showing in what way this “totally debunked” was accomplished. How is Trump justified in saying, “I never did that” when we have seen video showing that he most certainly did do that?

    • Sand_Cat says:

      “Idiot” and “creep” don’t begin to describe you, but you accurately provide us with constant reminders of who Trump supporters really are, and who Trump himself is.
      You seem mostly to be malicious, ignorant, dishonest, and dangerously insecure nobodies, just like Trump himself.
      And there hasn’t been a “Liberal Media” other than specialist publications like The Nation and networks like MSNBC for a very long time. If your actual age approximates your apparent maturity level, the last time that was at least partly true was decades before you were born. I’d figure from your posts you’re likely between about 12 and 15, but nastier and more spoiled than any person that age I’ve ever known.
      Thanks for the laughs, and for the warnings.

  10. says:

    and then the child minded clown DONNY DUMP dose his (no acting ) real life immature deranged child skit and says 100 times I wasn’t mocking that disable reported . but that just add to all his lies and another 100 more of them . to go with his never ever ending book of him lying calls Meryl Streep an overrated actress . its him that dose all the overrating of him self the biggest AZZ with no morals . the whole bunch of the Hollywood stars should all get together and boycott the DUMPSTER and every thing he dose . bring up as much as thy all can when ever thy can that he beat and raped his wife ripped a patch of hair out of her head also talk about times where he would be talking about how he wants to bang his own daughter . not my words DONNY DUMP’s words look it up and watch and hear him talk about doing that the brain dead people of the country put a very sick person in the white house and ill tell you that you have yet to see the destruction the clown car drive can and will do . CIA come save the world from the DONNY TRUMP cancer that will eat the world from the inside to the out side

  11. says:

    I’ve earned $104,000 in last 12 months by working from my house a­­n­­d I did it by wor­king part time for several h daily. I followed an earning opportunity I found on-line and I am excited that I was able to earn so much money on the side. It’s very user-friendly a­n­d I’m just so happy that i found this. Here is what i do…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.