Kisten Gillibrand began stage three of their new plan to discredit Trump Administration, or better to set the stage for impeachment. First they attacked him based on the tape of his conversation where he bragged about being so rich that gold diggers flock and allow him to do anything, but that failed. Attacks proved useless because they have so much of that mischievousness themselves. So stage two was clean house Puritanically. But that backfired because their conglomeration of politicians, entertainers and news readers are so overwhelming rife with perverts and the me-too phenomena is clearing them out for the present. Now that they've cleaned up their politicians, so they think, it's time to pick up that line of attack against Trump again. Or else why suffer all that trouble? It galls them that much that their customary attack using conservative values against conservative Republican candidates doesn't work anymore. It galls GOPe too. Enter Kisten Gillibrand suggesting Trump resign. But he won't. So Congress should investigate the multiple sexual harassment and assault allegations against him.
We'll soon see who DNC drags out paid multiple thousands to pursue this attack. Waiving twenty-thouseand dollar bills through James Carville's trailer park as it were.
Trump dominated the news cycle again by tweeting a counterattack. He called Gillibrand a total flunky of Schumer and someone who came to his office begging for campaign contributions not long ago and who'd do anything for them. He hit Schumer and Guillibrand. He broadcasted that Schumer had best not come whoring either. He's telling Schumer he's ready to handle phase three.
Elizabeth Warren chimed in to support Gillibrand by attacking Trump: Are you really going to slut-shame Gillibrand?
Yes, you fake ass Indian slut. I am going to slut-shame the slut. Kidding. Trump didn't say that. Trump hasn't yet responded. The news cycle hasn't spun down. They're too excited about their Senators jumping on Trump.
Except Trump didn't slut-shame Gillibrand. Elizabeth Warren did. Trump said she'd do anything for the money she was begging for and that sounded like whoring to Elizabeth Warren, and it is, but not in a sexual way. And although Trump says this same thing about men, it does prove the point again that Trump was making when he bragged so freely in private about about gold diggers surrounding him. When you're rich, they come to you. They offer what they have in exchange that they think might interest him. Oddly enough, in that original tape, as I recall it, he went on discussing his failure at seducing a woman he was attracted to. Even shopping for expensive furniture didn't work. It was an engaging story, actually, sluts all around him attracted to his money, except the one he wanted, married, I think, got away untouched.