This mini-photo gallery showed up today on my Facebook feed and I thought it to be worth a brief comment here.
The three “nasty women” from the top down are Hillary Rodham, former first lady/U.S. senator/secretary of state/Democratic presidential nominee; Elizabeth Warren, a current U.S. senator and former presidential candidate; and Kamala Harris, another current senator and the pending Democratic nominee for vice president.
The guy on the left, of course, is … well, you know who it is. He has thrown the “nasty” epithet at all of those distinguished women.
Oh, the fourth woman? That’s Ghislaine Maxwell, former girlfriend/confidante/alleged “recruiter” of victims for the late millionaire Jeffrey Epstein, the pedophile and sexual assailant who hanged himself in a New York City jail cell.
Donald Trump said he wanted to “wish her well” as she faces charges of being an accomplice to Epstein’s hideous behavior with underage girls.
Where I come from, Maxwell’s (alleged) conduct is way beyond “nasty.”
However, this social media illustration does speak volumes about the principles and what passes for a moral compass that drives Donald J. Trump.
May we ponder this for just a moment while we think about who we want sitting in the Oval Office?