Courtesy of Jezebel:
The ad is literally called “Dangerous,” because why try for subtlety right now?
“Our next president faces daunting challenges in a dangerous world,” the voiceover guy intones. “Iran promoting terrorism, North Korea threatening, ISIS on the rise, Libya and North Africa in chaos.” Here, images of ISIS prisoners kneeling and faceless soldiers marching is interspersed with an image of Clinton coughing, followed by one of her being helped up some stairs and in the infamous footage of her collapsing at the 9/11 memorial because she had pneumonia.”
I think this might be a good place to remind Trump that this woman who he claims does not have the "fortitude, strength or stamina to lead in our world," kicked his ass in two recent debates and is doing the same in polls all across this nation.
And this ad might help Trump with those white men, who already hate Hillary because she has a pu**y that she won't let them grab, but it is going to turn off women big time.
Not that Trump needs anymore help in that area.
Courtesy of the Atlantic:
Clinton also continues to lead Trump by hefty margins among women, with a 33-point gap separating the candidates. Just 28 percent of likely women voters intend to pull the lever for Trump, a five-point drop from one week ago, while 61 percent plan to vote for Clinton. The lewd video of Trump might lead to an even greater gap in the home stretch toward the election.
And this includes Republican women as well:
Anecdotes of Republican women defecting from the party have been floating around since Donald Trump’s candidacy was announced, and polls have consistently shown him losing college-educated women voters to Clinton by a historically wide margin. But last week, the release of his 2005 “locker room” comments — in which he brags about sexual assault and says he can “grab [women] by the pussy” with impunity — brought the issue of Trump’s sexism to a head.
Although prominent Republicans have since called his behavior things like “indefensible” and have professed to be “sickened” and “offended” by it, others have written it off completely, and the majority of his support remains intact. And although a subtler form of sexism is (and has always been) a default tenet of the Republican Party, GOP women are outraged at their party’s refusal to condemn Trump’s much more obvious brand of misogyny.
And then there are women who have suffered a sexual assault. Yeah, he has essentially lost every one of them:
A full-page ad in Tuesday's edition of the Washington Post calls for Republican leaders, candidates and elected officials to denounce presidential nominee Donald Trump and withdraw support from his candidacy.
UltraViolet Action, a national women's advocacy organization, paid for the ad that states: "Stop Enabling Trump."
"We write as survivors of sexual assault to express our disgust at the Republican nominee for President's vile treatment of women, and to express profound disappointment in your continued support of his candidacy," the ad says.
So go ahead Donald, you keep right on attacking Hillary over her "lack of strength," her husband's infidelities, and her supposed failure to do her job as well as a man.
After all "at this point, what difference does it make?"