The 22 sexual misconduct allegations against Trump didn’t come up once during the Dem debates https://t.co/mGaaxAvlwJ— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) June 28, 2019
But the complete lack of discussion about Trump’s treatment of women — coming as it did hours after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi verbally shrugged when asked during a news conference about what she planned to do in response to Carroll’s allegation — also says something about how Trump’s misconduct has been normalized.Or maybe what's not been normalized is bitching and moaning and whinging and griping about something you CAN'T DO A GODDAMNED THING ABOUT! Because I'm pretty sure the electorate is looking to elect a President who will do something about the things a President can do, and not to be the National Scold about the current officeholder.
What's being "normalized" is the idea that any public figure we don't like must be called a dick, and worse, every time the red light on the camera is burning. Feh.