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New York Times Likens Comey Testimony to Sexual Harassment

The left has been taking to attacking President Trump in increasingly absurd ways during his 120+ days in office, but this latest dig is downright dumbfounding.

From the inception of Trump’s presidency, the left has been attempting to incite something that they are calling the “resistance”; a code name for the blatant and overbearing hatred of any and all things Trump.  What they’re resisting is the very idea of Donald Trump; not his actions, policies, ideas, or politics.  The left is literally working to demean and delegitimize Trump the human being, working day and night to put a chink in his impenetrable armor.

This is not politics as usual by any stretch of the imagination.  Instead, what we are witnessing more closely resembles a coup of the national consciousness.  Where the left realizes that, even with the help of the mainstream media, they cannot politically ouster the President, they have succumbed to a strategy of pure hatred and a campaign of concocted insignificance.  They can’t legally remove him from the office, so, instead, they’re attempting to make him worthless.

The latest attack on the President comes to us from the New York Times, not surprisingly, who have long been opponents of the President.  Columnist Nicole Serratore, a liberal shill if there ever was one, has taken to comparing the grilling of fired FBI Director James Comey in front of congress to workplace sexual harassment.

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“In her column, ‘James Comey and the predator in chief,’ Serratore writes that Comey’s June 8 testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee reminded her of “the experience of a woman being harassed by her powerful, predatory boss.”

“’There was precisely that sinister air of coercion, of an employee helpless to avoid contact with an employer who is trying to grab what he wants,’ she explains. ‘… For a woman who has spent a lifetime wrestling with situation where men have power they can abuse, this was disturbingly familiar.’



“Serratore recalled President Trump’s ‘last-minute dinner invitation’ to Comey on Jan. 27 and how the FBI director soon learned it would be ‘just the two of us.’ In his testimony, Comey said he had to cancel his date with his wife to meet with Trump, and the ‘setup’ made him ‘uneasy.’

“Serratore concludes: ‘With the power of the presidency at his disposal, Mr. Trump thought that he could use the psychology of coercive seduction on the nation’s chief law enforcement officer. Victims of sexual harassment often face skepticism, doubts and accusations when they tell their story. That’s part of the predator’s power. But I’m here to tell James Comey, and all the women and men who have suffered at the hands of predators, I believe you.'”

Serratore, much like the liberal lunatics that have come before her and those who may soon replace her, has once again concocted a story from thin air that does damage to the President.  She has found a way to link the words “sexual harassment” to the President in a pathetically lame attempt to make her weak word association stick.

It’s the same tactic being employed by liberal New Fascists who violently demonstrate outside of President Trump’s rallies.  While the left is the one doing the damage, and acting with pure absurdity, the headlines in the liberally controlled media will slice and dice the issue to get the literal words “chaos” or “sexual harassment” next to the word “Trump” or “POTUS”.  After repeated, (and repeated and repeated), instances of this propaganda, inattentive Americans will begin to associate the President with all of the disturbing images and phrases that appear next to his name on the television.

It’s not news anymore:  It’s a mathematical tactic.


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