Post and Email–2/4/17

Sharon Rondeau from Canterbury, CT is the owner of the blog The Post and Email.  It was one of the first of many sites to challenge Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetoro on his papers.  I have subscribed to their daily email service.  And beginning today, you will see daily and evening posts linking articles to this counterculture website.

The evening posts will follow in an update when they come.  And I will comment where I see fit…

Time for Deplorables to Boycott Hollywood

At the crazy Women’s March on January 21, hundreds of thousands of people converged on Washington, D.C. to hear from washed-up stars like Madonna. During her speech, she incredibly boasted that she had “thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House.” Later, she claimed that her comments were “taken out of context,” but if a star had made such an incendiary remark about the White House during President Obama’s administration, not only would there have been universal media and Hollywood condemnation, but it is also likely the individual would have been hauled in for questioning by the Secret Service.

The Women’s March also featured fading actress Ashley Judd, who repeatedly boasted of being a “nasty woman.” She used this opportunity for attention to launch into an unhinged seven-minute diatribe about Donald Trump, associating him with the KKK, the Confederacy and Nazis. When Hollywood stars or any leftists want to insult a conservative, especially Donald Trump, they will make a Nazi or Hitler reference. These hateful insults are completely inaccurate, downright offensive and make the Hollywood stars spewing such detestable slurs look totally ridiculous.

By demeaning Trump and calling him a “racist,” “Nazi,” and “white supremacist,” these Hollywood fools are also mocking his millions of supporters.

It is time for the backlash of Trump supporters to begin and for millions of Americans to say to Hollywood, “enough is enough.”

IT IS THAT TIME!

 

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