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Anti-Establishmentarains Just Following Orders When They Add Megan Kelly to Targeted Politcal Enemies List !

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Before I could post my own meme on facebook today, the anti-establishmentarians had already beat me to it- Just following orders, which we all heard Trump issue to his soilders when he told Megan Kelly she was not being very nice to him by asking him how he thought the mean crude comments he had made about women on twitter would play against the Democrats standard campaign strategy accusing Republicans of conducting a war on women ? This is a question that goes straight to electability and it is addresses Trumps weaknesses, just as Megan asked all the candidates questions about their perceived politcal weaknesses.

So the anti-establishmentarians got right to work and added Megen Kelly to their long list of targeted politcal enemies:

Here are a couple of examples of their creativity:

Ironic that Megan Kelly is attacked using the same kind of disparaging comment about women that she was asking the Donald to explain how it will play against the democrats framing Republicans as conducting a war on women !


Donalds response to why he called women names such as "slobs" is that there are more important concerns and we don't have time to be politcally correct ? Ok then is it fair to say that the Donald is a politcal slob- hasn't he just deliverd the standard excuse for a slob being a slob? 

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As the day progressed Donald Trump and his base descended into total meltdown.

His base revved up attacks on Megan Kelly a few notches, making much ado about some sexy pictures she once did for GQ magazine and topping it off by calling for her to be banned as a debate moderator.



And Donald took his own antics to CNN ripping on all the Fox debate moderators and some of the pundits as well but most especially he targeted Megyn Kelly using a similar crudeness in describing her as was the subject of the question she had asked him which set off his meltdown:

He adds, “Certainly I don’t have a lot of respect for Megyn Kelly, she’s a lightweight,” describing how she came out with a script and a goal of looking tough. He said, “When you meet her you realize she’s not very tough and she’s not very sharp. She’s zippo.” He further described her as having blood coming out of her eyes and her wherever and describes the brutal day Kelly has had on twitter in the wake of her misbehavior.
http://rickwells.us/blasting-kelly-wallace-and-baier-trump-bypasses-fox-goes-on-cnn-to-discuss-fox-news-debate-sabotage/
Just shortly before the debate I had seen one of the anti-establishmentarians attacks on Jeb Bush in which it was claimed that Mr Bush had called Mr Trump names using language very uncharacteristic of Mr Bush. Mr Bush was asked about those comments during the debate and simply responded by saying it was not true. No meltdown ensued.

But with Trump and his base things are different. By the end of the day they are totally unhinged. If Trumps poll numbers miraculously survive, what will he do at the next debate after going on national TV and attacking all the debate moderators, hardly a pretty picture to imagine.

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