Curt Schilling’s Bizarre Defense Of Trump’s Perv-Lust Over 10-Year-Old Girl
Rick Chandler 07:47 pm, October 13th, 2016
We've come to the point where, as a nation, we've got to organize an intervention for Curt Schilling. Instead of merely disagreeing with his politics/take on life, we've got to seriously consider that he may have an issue with mental health. Curt Schilling is off the rails.
Which makes him the perfect advocate for Donald Trump.
It is very strange times at Fox News these days. Various talking heads are finding themselves having to disavow the Republican nominee for President, because he's so rabid hyena-crazy, and Fox Business News host Trish Regan is no exception.
Her guest today was Schilling, and talk of course centered on Trump's locker room talk tape. But Schilling instead wanted to talk about another tape, from 1992, in which he spotted a 10-year-old girl and said "I am going to be dating her in 10 years. Can you believe it?"
From there Schilling launched into a bizarre monologue defending Trump, saying that his own son was "a gorgeous young man" and that it was perfectly normal for people to comment on a child's beauty. Then Schilling asked Regan "How many times — and I have three boys and a daughter — how many times have you looked at a young man and said, 'Wow, is he going to be, he's a beautiful young man. Wow, he's a gorgeous young man,' and that man was 12, 13, 14, 15?"
Regan responded, "I'll be honest, Curt: zero."
Schilling: "Now, see, that's a lie. There's no way you haven't seen someone else's son and said, 'Wow, he's beautiful.'"
Regan: "You're alone on this one."
Schilling then looked visibly shaken, squirmed in his chair and seemed genuinely upset that Regan wasn't agreeing with him. It's the body language that alarms you the most. Those purple bears I see are real! Why doesn't anyone else see them?
In 2015 Schilling engaged in a social media war with a Twitter troll who insulted his daughter in a vile and disgusting manner. Schilling (rightfully so) tracked him down and got him fired from his job.
But when the bloody sock is on the other foot, and Trump is the one making the vile comments about women and girls, then that's OK for Schilling to look the other way. Because for him, ideology trumps hypocrisy.
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