by James Buchanan
The mainstream media is so intent on derailing Trump’s presidential campaign that they took a remark that he made about Megyn Kelly to try to accuse him of some horrible sexist attack. Well, it turns out Trump used the same remark when referring to Chris Wallace who also asked Trump hostile questions during the debate.
The Gatewaypundit notes “Call off the grievance mob… Trump said Chris Wallace had blood pouring out of his eyes too.” So unless the mainstream media can prove Chris Wallace has a vagina, their latest case against Trump just imploded.
Donald Trump in a post-debate interview said that Megyn Kelly had “blood coming out of her eyes.” The website Answers.com states that the similar expression “blood in my eyes” means “someone can see the anger in (your) eyes.”
Trump’s version of that expression had blood coming out of her eyes, and he wanted to add that blood was coming out of her nose and ears as well to emphasize how angry she was, but he trailed off with a “wherever” not being certain exactly how to phrase it. The mainstream media immediately concluded that Trump MUST HAVE meant “vagina” and ran with that.
An article on Breitbart gives Trump a chance to defend himself and quotes Trump as saying “Well, this wasn’t meant to be much of an insult. She asked me a question, it was an inappropriate question, it was a ridiculous question. Even the other candidates came up and said that was absolutely out of line. She asked me a question that was nasty, and I gave her a pretty tough answer. I mentioned something at that particular question, that was the Rosie O’Donnell mention, and the room broke out, it was the largest applause of the day by far, and she got very angry during this question because of that. Because she couldn’t even finish the rest of the question because the crowd went wild. And I — in discussing it later, I said blood was — she was so angry that blood was coming out of her eyes, blood was coming out of her — and then I — I didn’t even finish the answer because I wanted to get onto the next point. But I was referring to — if I finished it, I was going to say ears or nose…”
Perhaps there’s an expression in Europe about blood coming out of a person’s eyes, which Trump may have learned from his wife or there may be variations of the “blood in your eyes” saying in different places around the country with one of them involving blood coming out of the eyes. This should have been seen as a more reasonable explanation that the mainstream media’s insistence that Trump’s expression had anything to do with menstruation.
The alleged menstruation remark that the media is accusing Trump of does not even make sense. The Mayo Clinic notes “Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) has a wide variety of symptoms, including mood swings… irritability and depression. It’s estimated that as many as 3 of every 4 menstruating women have experienced some form of premenstrual syndrome.” But pre-menstrual, means exactly that, before menstruation begins. Another source notes “Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) refers to physical and emotional symptoms that occur in the one to two weeks before a woman’s period. Symptoms often vary between women and resolve around the start of bleeding.”
The irritability and mood swings of PMS go away when menstruation begins so why would anyone ever connect the menstruation period with a woman being irritable when that symptom goes away once menstruation begins?
The mainstream media doesn’t care if their accusations against Trump don’t make sense or that they’re built on twisting Trumps words to mean something that he wasn’t saying. The mainstream media wants to flood America with illegal aliens and help the Democrat party turn America into a Third World country so the Democrats can have a permanent majority of voters. Donald Trump opposes that plan. That’s why the mainstream media insists on attacking Trump again and again even if what they say is slanderous and deceitful.