Nigel Farage Defends Trump: 'This Is Alpha Male Boasting'

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Oct. 08, 2016

Nigel Farage defended Donald Trump's decade old p*ssy comments this morning on FOX News saying it was "alpha male boasting" and he's "not running to be Pope, he's running for president."

From Town Hall:
"This is alpha male boasting. It's the kind of thing --if we're honest--that men do," he said, adding that the remarks were "ugly."

"There are going to be Republican candidates running for the hills, [putting their] own interest ahead of the good of the party," he said.
Farage said Trump should apologize once more on the debate stage by saying "I behaved in a...boorish way. I apologize...let's talk about real issues."

"At least theres an honesty about Trump...he is what he is...he's not running to be Pope, he's running for president of the United States," Farage added.
The way Trump spoke on those tapes is the way alpha males talk, especially in New York where everyone is over the top and braggadocios.

While Hillary Clinton and the media are feigning outrage because 11 years ago in private he made some lewd comments, they praise as completely normal the idea grown men should be allowed to share bathrooms with little girls so long as they "feel" themselves to be women.

Bill Clinton literally had a 22-year-old intern blow him in the oval office and Hillary Clinton defended him.



Her top aide Huma Abedin's husband Anthony Weiner was sending dick pics to random women on twitter and told 15-year-old girls how "hard" they make him.



This is the fakest scandal I've ever seen.

The hypocrisy is off the charts, and while it's to be expected coming from the left, the fact these traitorous cucks on the right like Paul Ryan and Jason Chaffetz are moving to support Hillary Clinton shows they need to be kicked the hell out of the party as they clearly don't represent us.

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