I’m a college-educated, white, Mompreneur, American female and I’m proud of my vote for Donald J Trump. When I heard the groping headlines, the “sexist remarks” these comments were nothing more than locker room talk. The same locker room talk women have. To come out and say we are shocked by this comment or other comments is hypocritical. We have all said something sexual to a degree that was inappropriate at one time or another. So, he said he likes to grab a woman by the pussy…and they let him. Some women liked to be grabbed. I think we have established that by the success of 50 Shades of Grey. If we are truly shocked by this then who spent $571 Million dollars on this movie?
61% of white women without college degrees supported Trump, While 45% with college degrees supported Trump. He is our voice. To say that we have low self-esteem or are lacking in something is ignorance. I believe I am a Feminist just as much as you are. We believe in political, economic, and social equality of the sexes so much that it would be hypocritical of me to judge Trump on his locker room talk when I, myself have said things of sexual nature.
Trump stands for the things I stand for. He puts America First. He believes in the Constitution. He believes in Legal Immigration. He believes in Economic success for America. Like it or not he is in fact a billionaire and you can’t get there if you haven’t been successful. I don’t care how many bankruptcies he has had. And guess what I have had one too…. ALOT of Americans have had one or two bankruptcies. It doesn’t make us terrible people. What it says is that we took risks, and that’s what entrepreneurs do. We take risks, financial risks with the most to lose and sometimes we lose. But America is built on entrepreneurs. With no risk there is no reward. And he has been rewarded by his strong ethics and his business mindset. I believe that America needs to be ran like a business and the Constitution is our policy and procedures handbook!
Did you know that Trump had the first women to run a successful Presidential campaign? Kellyanne Conway. She broke the glass ceiling. Yet nobody praises her, and they don’t praise Trump for hiring her. Trump has always surrounded himself with hardworking, successful, independent, women yet nobody gives him credit for that. Did you know his wife speaks 7 languages, college educated AND runs a successful company herself? Trump has a lot of respect for women.
Trump is not a man who was in the political spotlight his whole life. Another reason he won. The silent majority has spoken, and they are tired of these corrupt politicians. The Democrats are very good at vetting and preparing their candidates. They are good at covering up their skeletons and showing their candidates in the best possible light. Trump was a billionaire playboy, surrounding by women, beautiful women and it would be naïve of any of us to think that women didn’t through themselves at him. If you have ever been to a playboy mansion or a Hollywood party, it is not out of the normal to just start kissing women or men. I used to frequent this very VERY famous man’s house. A wealthy, powerful man in Hollywood who everyone knows. When you came to his house he greeted you with a kiss. Not a hello how are you, not a nice to see you or pleasure to meet you NO a KISS, and he would try to shove his tongue down your throat. Some people might be considering this sexual assault. I didn’t think it was sexual assault then and I still don’t think it was today. I simply pushed him away and laughed. In all honesty he did this to everyone, this was his culture, this was the way he greeted people. I began to learn that this is just who he was, and I accepted him for him. Now I could have chosen to never go to his house again, that is a choice that I have. We all have choices and we must learn that we are more than capable of making choices for ourselves instead of having someone or some law make those choices for us.
When Donald Trump said he just starts kissing women, he can’t help himself, to me it’s not sexual assault because a woman can say stop him and say no. But I have witnessed this action with my own eyes and when you are that powerful, that rich, that famous they do just let you do it. It’s the repeated action after a woman says no that becomes sexual assault in my opinion. Pretty soon men aren’t going to be asking women out on dates because they afraid it’s going to be considered sexual harassment.
Hillary Clinton tweeted last year that every victim must be heard. We have heard the accusers that have come out against Trump and we just don’t believe all of them. But what about Juanita Broaddrick, she claimed that she was violently raped by Bill Clinton. Paula Jones said Bill Clinton pulled down his pants and asked him to kiss his erect penis. Kathleen Willey said that she too was sexually assaulted by President Bill Clinton. These women had credible evidence than any accuser that has come out against Donald Trump. They had pictures, recorded conversations, DNA. These women were slut-shamed, victim-blamed, and age-shamed. Back then these accusations were called “passes” meaning Bill Clinton was making a pass at these women but he was turned down. I’m not sure how we call Juanita Broaddrick story a “PASS” but this is how the media back then tried to spin it.
Juanita reminds us that actions speak louder than words and we may not like some of the locker room talk spoken by Trump, but Bill Clinton violently raped her, and Hillary Clinton threatened her. I don’t think there is any comparison.
Trump has apologized for his words/actions he said, and I quote “I never said I’m a perfect person, nor pretended to be someone who I’m not. I’ve said and done things I regret, and the words released today on this more than a decade old video are one of them. Anyone who knows me knows these words don’t reflect who I am. I said it. I was wrong, and I apologize.” He goes on to tell us about how he travels America and how he has met with the women and the children of America. He has heard our heartfelt stories and understands are pain and struggle. He understands how we just want a better future for ourselves and for our children. He pledged to be a better man today, tomorrow, and will never let us down. I have forgiven him, and I stand by our President of the United States of America. I hope you can to forgive him and move on because we are stronger together.