“White trash Mount Rushmore?” That’s what Paul Begala, former White House Counsel to Bill Clinton, said about a photo of Governor Sarah Palin, Kid Rock, and Ted Nugent, who were posed in front of the official portrait of Hillary Clinton that’s hanging in the White House. Yep. White trash. That’s what he said. Nice.
And the Clintonistas continue to blame Russians, FBI Director James Comey, and the media for Hillary Clinton’s presidential election loss, as if this attitude of theirs about white people–so prevalent among Clinton’s supporters (and herself)–wasn’t a YUGE part of the equation.
Other choice insults tossed towards the Trump trio include “rednecks,” “idiots,” “3rd-graders,” “classless,” and “disrespectful.”
So Obama can have gay activists to the White House who disrespectfully flip the bird at the portraits of the late, great President Reagan and former President Bush,
yet it becomes a figurative federal crime if President Trump invites his own supporters to the People’s House and they dare to just pose with Hillary Clinton’s portrait. Nobody flipped her the bird, although many would gladly do so, given the chance.
Joy Behar and the “ladies” of The View had a hissy fit over Palin’s visit. Behar wondered if it was
the saddest day in the history of the White House since the British burned it to the ground in 1814.
Hardly. Some might point out that the assassinations of presidents Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, and Kennedy might just rank at least a tad sadder than any visit by Sarah Palin. Granted, the assassinations didn’t occur at the White House, but surely those were very sad days in that particular building, nevertheless.
A writer at Bizpac Review provides an example of another sad day that happened on Obama’s watch:
As for the saddest day, that may have occurred when rapper Rick Ross’ ankle bracelet started beeping while visiting President Barack Obama — he was on house arrest after being convicted of kidnapping and pistol-whipping.
Ross, who released a song in December that included the lyrics “assassinate Trump,” was invited to the White House in 2015 with a number of other hip hop artists when the bracelet went off following an Obama speech.
Funny how the mainstream media notice when President Trump has friends over for dinner on a Wednesday evening, going so far as to point out the menu (lobster salad, lamb chops, Baked Alaska), but they didn’t find it in their hearts to negatively pan the nearly weekly and expensive Wednesday night soirees held by the Obamas, featuring such great role models as Beyonce and Ludacris, among others.
Racism? Misogyny? Not disrespectful, apparently. Not sad. Nobody’s talking about black or gay trash in the media, on CNN, or on The View. They wouldn’t dare.
So just keep on keeping on, progressives. We’re looking forward to having Republicans in the White House for a good long time.