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Published On: Wed, Nov 9th, 2016

Guardian’s Robin Morgan: ‘Fascism has come to the republic’ calls Trump ‘orange troglodytic self-proclaimed sexual predator’

The Guardian laid out a major hit piece against the Donald Trump and GOP victory last night. One inflammatory response was Robin Morgan calling Trump an “orange troglodytic self-proclaimed sexual predator” in her section titled: “Fascism has come to the republic.”

Morgan uses the sexist, bigoted, racist, homophobic talking points to claim the election illustrates that America is “at the core is a terminally diseased system of male supremacy in a battle to the death with women (and some male allies) who are determined to save ourselves and this planet.”

“Hillary Rodham Clinton is hardly perfect, but her flaws are those of a sane human being and a politician – not of an orange troglodytic self-proclaimed ‘sexual predator’ who thrives on hatred,” Morgan states, making Clinton the victim of these unjust attacks.

photo/ Mary Pahlke via pixabay

photo/ Mary Pahlke via pixabay

Morgan is an author and hosts the radio show, Women’s Media Center Live with Robin Morgan, on WMCLive.com and iTunes.

She attacks the socialists who supported Bernie Sanders as the “Bernie Bros,” calls Julian Assange of WikiLeaks an “accused rapist” and hit Roger Ailes as a “harasser.”

“The Republican party built this coup for years, preying on the fears of white, working-class, non-college-educated men terrified of a future filled with brown, black and female faces, plus globalisation and technology requiring skills they lack.”

Morgan never discusses Benghazi, the ACTUAL security risks revealed from the email scandal, the Clinton Foundation or Clinton’s lack of likability.

“Now? It feels as if there will be no tomorrow. The unimaginable has happened. Fascism has come to the republic – no hyperbole…The world is afraid.”

Really.

Sadly the facts don’t support Morgan’s stereotypes. CNN analysis shows Clinton lost ground in turn out and support from blacks, women and Hispanics.

“Some 88% of African-American voters supported Clinton, versus 8% for Donald Trump…While that’s a large margin, it’s not as big as Obama’s victory over Mitt Romney in 2012. Obama locked up 93% of the black vote to Romney’s 7%. Some 12% of the electorate was African-American this year, compared to 13% four years ago. That’s a key drop, especially when paired with a smaller-than-expected growth in Latino votes…

“Only 65% of Latinos backed her, while 29% cast their votes for Trump. In 2012, Obama won 71% of the Hispanic vote and Romney secured 27%.”
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- Writer and Co-Founder of The Global Dispatch, Brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professionally in 2003 on Crazed Fanboy before expanding into other blogs and sites. Appearing on several radio shows, Brandon has hosted Dispatch Radio, written his first novel (The Rise of the Templar) and completed the three years Global University program in Ministerial Studies to be a pastor. To Contact Brandon email [email protected] ATTN: BRANDON

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