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But now she swears everywhere, even in her dreams of becoming THE FIRST FEMALE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!
Oh wait, that was Hillary Clinton's line.
It's 2017 and now the feisty foul-mouth femme has been dropping the "F-bomb" like a Clinton drops his drawers. Gillibrand does it publicly and privately.
Her friends think there's something wrong with her, and they may be on to something.
She spoke to the Personal Democracy Forum last week and used the "f" word three f**king times. That's f**ked up. Last month, in a New York Magazine interview she dropped three "F-bombs."
This has become a recent trend among Dummycrats.
The Democratic National Committee Chairperson Tom Perez, made a speech with children both in the audience and on stage.
Perez attacked President Trump as someone who "doesn't give a sh*t about healthcare," and said, "you're g*damn right," Trump is a liar.
Then there's the Texas Dummycrat Congressman Beto O'Rourke who is challenging Sen. Ted Cruz for the job. He said that Cruz is "sure as sh*t not serving" his constituents.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) dropped an "F-bomb" at a public event in San Francisco while children were within f**king earshot.
This foul-mouthed language is the new normal for the leftists who obviously have done careful analysis and focus group studies to see how it would play. It appears to be aimed at millennials and people with low self-esteem who don't believe they deserve to be spoken to with professionalism and respect. And they also don't give a rat's a** if their kids hear it too.
It used to be that whenever a politician used profanity, it was by accident and part of his or her passion about an issue. Now it's calculated, fake and demeaning of the audience to which it is addressed.
Yes, President Trump used it when he said, for example, that he would "bomb the sh*t out of ISIS." In fact, that's why the left is using it today--because it worked for Trump.
The profanity of the left is intentional and designed to show outrage to their donors and activists in order to demonstrate their strong resistance to Trump. It's also designed to get them headlines.
There is a total lack of honesty behind these bawdy words. These Democrats are as authentic in their emoting as a prostitute's vow of love.
The question is, how naive are the voters who listen to this dreck?
When you hear Gillibrand, Perez and the rest of them drop expletives, the phoniness oozes through their naughty words. Many voters aren't as stupid as Democrats would hope them to be. They can spot the ploy as well as the hypocrisy.
When Trump swore, the Clinton campaign put out an ad saying that 'Our children are listening." Now they're selling t-shirts about Perez's comment: "Democrats give a sh*t about people."
If the message the Democrats used in the campaign was that Trump was too vulgar and callous to be President, what does it say about the Democratic Party?
Wouldn't it be great if the party with an ass as its mascot wouldn't act like such asses themselves?