Trump sets the new standard for vulgar


OMG! I had to laugh, then scratch my head, after I read the completely hypocritical article about Michelle Wolf “being vulgar” at the recent White House Correspondents Dinner.

Perhaps you forgot, Cal, that your president (who can dish it out, but can’t take it) started down the path of vulgarity when he said, “I moved on her like a b—h.” “Grab them by the p—y. You can do anything.” Remember that? Oh, right, that was “locker room” talk. Sorry. Not if you have aspirations to become President one day. I guess Michelle’s jabs were just “locker room” talk too.

Oh, and you were offended by her remarks directed at your president’s high-paid, suck-up liars, Sarah and Kellyanne? Awww, that’s too bad. Granted, they do not have easy jobs — trying to answer with straight faces — the media’s perfectly legitimate questions about your president’s 19 women who say he sexually harassed or fondled them; or the affair he had after his third wife had a baby and the subsequent hush-money payoff; or his possible links to his buddy in Russia; ad nauseam. If the two women can’t take the heat, they need to get out of the kitchen.

All presidents, from Washington on down, haven’t been perfect, but don’t any of you “Christians” think a president should at least attempt to set a good example and have some sense of decency, decorum, and morality? Your president has done neither.

Your president cries, “Fake News!” when the news is not flattering or complimentary to him. The only fake news is Fox, Breitbart, and the moron Alex Jones. The indictments aren’t fake; the hushed payoffs aren’t fake; Russian Facebook trolls aren’t fake; and we’ll see what Mr. Mueller uncovers.

Thank God for our journalists, comedians and the media. They are doing their job. Bringing levity to a horrible administration, and reporting on a very immoral, destructive, dishonest, and dangerous man isn’t easy, especially if he is your president.

Joyce Bond

Fayetteville, Ga.