Blogging daily for nearly nine months now, I’ve started noticing some interesting little blips in my reader data. I don’t get a ton of daily views as a rule, but I’m always intrigued by the pieces people read when I’m late getting up the daily post.
I’ve noticed lately that, for several days, this piece—“Babes for Trump“—keeps getting one view. I don’t know why—I haven’t linked to it in awhile, and it was kind of a quick, throwaway piece. I don’t have the kind of high-level WordPress account that lets me dig that deeply into the data, but I’m hoping someone just keeps Googling “hot Trump babes,” but who knows?
Anyway, I do think women are going to be important in the 2020 general election, and I’m praying they don’t cuckold us because they think Trump is a meanie. Leftist women are already too far gone to bring around to reason; it’s like taking an emotional creature and ladling an emotional ideology on top of it.
It’s the much-vaunted suburban moms that worry me. I’m afraid they’ll sell us out because they don’t like his “rhetoric.” It’s the box wine auntie phenomenon.
Fortunately, if progressives keep foisting transgender story time on three-year olds, that gross perversion could push even the soccer moms to Trump. He just needs a few thousand votes in a handful of key States.
We’ve all heard how President Trump struggles to gain support among women, and the clucking classes of SJW harpies certainly exert an out-sized influence on our politics. Feel-good, soft-Left Oprah-ites in tony suburbs represent a larger threat to Trumpism and Making America Great Again than even the boundless seas of lawless, Third World immigrants, at least in the short term.
That said, there is encouraging news: President Trump enjoys a 93% approval rating among Republican women, the Wall Street Journal reports. That bodes well for the President going forward. It also suggests that, contra the radical feminists, women are not motivated politically just by their sex, but that their views, like men’s, are shaped by a plethora of factors.
Readers will recall then-Governor Mitt Romney’s support from married women in the 2012 election. In essence, married women were more likely to support Romney, while unmarried women of the same age were more likely to support President Obama. That the number of young, unmarried women is on the rise—as is the tragic trend towards single motherhood—presents a problem for conservatives, one that has to be addressed culturally before it can be addressed politically.
In the meantime, though, it’s good to know that there are plenty of babes for Trump out there. No doubt the president’s masculine alpha-ness helps.