Ashley ‘Nasty Woman’ Judd has gone into safe-zone mode after a man told her “we like Trump.”
#NoPoliticsHereI'd like to share with you and experience I had today. It's uncomfortable and scary for me and I have a…
Judd explains that a man politely asks for her picture to which she agrees. He snaps the photo and while walking away tells her “we like Trump.”
“May I take your picture? I said “Yes.” And before I could offer for him to be in the picture with me, 6 inches from my face, he took my picture with his phone. He said “I’m from Big Stone gap.” I said, “I love Big Stone Gap! What a beautiful town, I loved making the movie there.” I went on to say how good the cooking is, mentioning, of course, the pineapple upside down cake and pumpkin pie!
In my mind I was getting ready to ask him about the national parks and if he ever spends time in especially the Thomas Jefferson National Park – but something inside of me was already clenching and I concluded by simply saying “I like Big Stone Gap. ”
He said to me with open hostility as he was backing away, “We like Trump.”
There was no open hostility, he was simply relaying to the feminist front woman that there is a significant portion of his town that doesn’t think like she does about our president but that didn’t keep her from going into a 100% moonbat meltdown.
I turned to my uncle who, by the way, is a Baptist preacher and a Democrat – yes, those things occur in the same person and in the same family, – and said ‘I need a hug.’
Judd positioned herself as a political warrior – a fighter in the social justice battle. But, now that the costs are personal, she just wants her safe space.
“Where are some of your #NoPoliticsHere spaces, and how do you defend and protect them graciously,” Judd queried at the end of her Facebook post.
I don’t remember seeing her ask that question when this rabid lefty verbally assaulted the White House Press Secretary:
— Shree ✊🏾❤️🇺🇸 (@shreec) March 11, 2017