Her kitchen sink is a $4 million defamation lawsuit against Trump and Corey Lewandowski. She says Trump is why no one will hire her. Given the number of anti-Trump campaigns out there, this seems to be a stretch. In fact if he defamed her, that would help her.
But the merit of her case does not matter. The party wants to portray him as misogynist. You had that false police report by "reporter" Michelle Fields -- a typical social justice warrior staining the name of the news media -- against Lewandowski. Now this.
From Breitbart News:
We now have a second top Republican consultant who appears to believe that trashing voters is the way to win elections. Cheri Jacobus, a consultant and cable television pundit, ripped into yours truly on Twitter over my criticism of Gollum-In-Glasses Rick Wilson(which is fine — I enjoy infighting). What is not okay is Jacobus recklessly hurling demeaning insults at voters.
Jacobus says she has been fighting for the GOP for three decades. Over these same decades, in 5 of the last 6 presidential elections, these genius consultants have consulted us to losses in the popular vote.Oh wait. That was a report from August 17, 2015, on Jacobus strategerizing Republicans by trashing their voters.
Liz Mair, another one of these Republican strategists, had just lost her gig on the Scott Walker gravy train for trashing the state of Iowa on Twitter. She is a social media expert. Seriously. She was the one who came up with the meme: Melanie Trump posed naked, don't vote for her husband.
Rick Wilson is a foul-mouthed man who gets cable news payola to spout off. It is a little club. You are supposed to sit in awe of these people who have not one clue of what is going on. These little rodents like Mair and Wilson (I heard something good about Jacobus so I will exclude her) are lackeys trying to latch onto the big time.
So Jacobus is suing, Trump is in a death match that will continue even if he drops out tomorrow. They want him dead and his family fortune destroyed.
I support Trump's message more than I do him. But I am tired of the hypocrisy, hysteria, and histrionics of Washington and its pundits.