Dirty Mind? Ashley Parker Is Playing The “Phrasing” Game

The Amazon-Bezo Washington Post has some interesting hot takes, not the least of which came from their White House reporter Ashley Parker.  Parker occasionally contributes to MSNBC and refers to her self as an alum of the failing New York Times.  She also seemingly has the mind of a hormonal high school boy and as such can’t help but think everything is sexually suggestive.

She decided that a harmless tweet was actually a sexually suggestive barb from President Trump.  Naturally, since Trump was speaking to a woman, every liberal on the planet rushed to criticize him and create a safe space for his “victim.” That victim? Hillary Clinton support Kirsten Gillibrand.

Here’s what the President had to say:

Lightweight Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, a total flunky for Chuck Schumer and someone who would come to my office “begging” for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them), is now in the ring fighting against Trump. Very disloyal to Bill & Crooked-USED!

Parker somehow decided that Trump must be talking about prostitution and was implying that Gillibrand would literally sell her body to him. She called it a “nasty and degrading” tweet and implied that Trump should be more careful since “he’s already receiving renewed allegations from three women who had previously accused him of sexual harassment.”

The fact that Trump was likely referring to Gillibrand drafting legislation that would benefit his construction projects didn’t seem to even cross the silly liberal’s mind. In her world he just had to be attacking her sexually.

Ok, Ashley, o-k-a-y.

Let’s take a quick look at one of those three women that Trump allegedly sexually harassed.  

Meet whatever this woman’s name is because there’s no real reason to learn it and make her famous.  This demon dragged out by Megyn Kelly and George Soros willingly gave her phone number to Trump but then decided it made her feel uncomfortable later and so that it was sexual harassment.

Oh, that poor baby. It really just makes you pity the poor thing.  People that willingly make choices they regret are such hoooooorible victims of sexual harassment. “This will definitely stop Drumpf!”

Gillibrand didn’t seem to take Trump’s statement as sexually suggestive but she did seem to think she could use the moment to garner some bullying pity-points. “You cannot silence me,” she wrote, “or the millions of women who have gotten off the sidelines to speak out about the unfitness and shame you have brought to the Oval Office.”

You’re so tough Gillibrand. I’m sure you were tapping away (or your staffer was) just dreaming of the “She Persisted” memes that will be passed around in the hippest circles of Clinton voters.

Honestly, this was the perfect bait from Trump. Its clear that he’s suggesting that Gillibrand would have been willing to pass any law for him if he only opened his wallet for her campaign.   That hasn’t stopped parasitic foreigners like the BBC’s Katty Kay from chiming in to claim that the tweet was “clearly sexual” and “demeaning to women.”

Its hard to imagine what the liberal women think is justifiable as far as political spats are concerned. They want to be treated as equals but the moment even the lightest barb is tossed their way they melt into a puddle of victim’s tears and begin looking for support.  Soon a mob of their supporters huddles around them and tells them how strong and bold they are.

It’s time to toughen up people. Conservative women don’t act like this.  Say what you will about Sarah Palin, but she got more crap tossed at her than anyone in recent memory–her children got criticized and brutally tortured in the media even.  She took it on the chin and just kept trucking along.

If Gillibrand can’t take the heat, she should do what all liberal snowflakes ought to: leave or melt.

As for President Trump, we all know what he meant and the most critical response deserved for those comments was an Archer reference:


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