Washington Post Freaks Out After Trump Poses with ‘Sexist’ Biker
The Washington Post, a blog owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, wrote a scrupulous hit piece aimed at President Donald J. Trump for taking a picture with a biker at a Saturday rally whose patch was deemed “sexist.”
“A bearded man who is part of a New Jersey ‘Bikers for Trump’ group stood with the president as he shook hands inside his posh golf club near here, and again when the group posed for photos outside, engines revving,” according to WaPo.
But one man stood out among the rest.
“’I (heart) Guns & Titties,’” reads one patch on the unidentified man’s vest,” said WaPo. “The patch features a drawing of a woman’s naked torso and breasts and a pair of handguns atop her nipples.”
This is it. A traditional, straight American male on a motorcycle wearing a patch expressing his love for guns and women? The Washington Post has finally, after three arduous years of searching, found the story that will take down Trump.
But the horror continued for the soy boys and third-wave feminists at WaPo.
“Other patches visible in blown-up versions of images from the rain-drenched event include one that reads ‘This is America. We eat meat, we drink beer and we speak [expletive] English,'” the paper reported. “Another says, ‘Terrorist Hunting Permit.’”
Trump’s saving grace, according to the paper, is that “it is not clear whether the president saw any of the patches.”
This piece further exposes the disconnect between the media and the average American.
The coastal elitists still do not understand how Trump could be so popular. When they are reporting these types of stories – in between swanky brunches and trips to the Hamptons – they completely forget that the vast majority of this country is comprised of hard-working, regular people. Those are the people to whom Trump relates. Taking a photograph with a rough-cut biker is likely to make Trump more popular with his base, no matter how distasteful the photo might be to the New York and D.C. elites.
Or perhaps they do understand this dynamic and choose to bill Trump as a simpleton who hob-knobs with normal Americans instead of the donor class in order to put Trump down.
And they wonder why they are branded as enemies of the American people.