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Trump-loving GOP candidate expects women to be ‘traditional homemakers and family wives’

 
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A Missouri Republican is hoping to attract Steve Bannon’s support for his Senate race with campaign positions that border on parody.

Courtland Sykes has launched a GOP primary race in hopes to challenging Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), and he’s marketing himself as a hardcore supporter of President Donald Trump, reported the St. Louis Dispatch.

The 37-year-old Arkansas native, Harvard graduate and Navy veteran said he has met Bannon, and hopes to win his backing by promoting an aggressive “America first” agenda and regressive political beliefs.

“Chanel (Rion), my fiancee, has given me orders to favor (women’s) rights, so I’d better,” Sykes said in an 11-page policy document. “But Chanel knows that my obedience comes with a small price that she loves to pay anyway — I want to come home to a home-cooked dinner at six every night, one that she fixes.”

“It’s exactly the kind of family dinner that I expect one day my future daughters will learn to make after they too become traditional homemakers and family wives — think Norman Rockwell here — and Gloria Steinham (sic) be damned,” he added.

Sykes sent the lengthy document to the newspaper after faring poorly in a 20-minute interview, and he declined a second interview.

The document called for 20th century social programs to “go away,” and hopes to “stop Muslim immigration cold” while eliminating most existing U.S. laws.

He also praised Bannon’s Breitbart News website and criticized political correctness, “Big Media” and public education.

“(Detroit) is crawling with uneducated people who can’t read a breakfast menu,” Sykes wrote.

One political scientist who reviewed the document can’t be 100 percent certain Sykes is serious, and described his views as “Trump-inspired populism on steroids.”

“I’m 99.9 percent sure it’s not parody,” said John Messmer, a political science professor at St. Louis Community College at Meramec. “It’s not something strategic done by the Democratic side or someone that’s looking to criticize the conservative or Republican position.”

“I do hold back that 0.1 percent,” Messmer added. “This might be one of the greatest examples of political performance art I’ve ever seen.”
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Re: Trump-loving GOP candidate expects women to be ‘traditional homemakers and family wives’
No woman in her right mind is going to vote for that idiot.
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1 star because you, for some reason, found it necessary to attach President Trump to the views of this nut. Just because they are both republicans doesn't mean their views are the same in every issue.

Spend the $3.50 wisely.
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A Missouri Republican is hoping to attract Steve Bannon’s support for his Senate race with campaign positions that border on parody.

Courtland Sykes has launched a GOP primary race in hopes to challenging Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), and he’s marketing himself as a hardcore supporter of President Donald Trump, reported the St. Louis Dispatch.

The 37-year-old Arkansas native, Harvard graduate and Navy veteran said he has met Bannon, and hopes to win his backing by promoting an aggressive “America first” agenda and regressive political beliefs.

“Chanel (Rion), my fiancee, has given me orders to favor (women’s) rights, so I’d better,” Sykes said in an 11-page policy document. “But Chanel knows that my obedience comes with a small price that she loves to pay anyway — I want to come home to a home-cooked dinner at six every night, one that she fixes.”

“It’s exactly the kind of family dinner that I expect one day my future daughters will learn to make after they too become traditional homemakers and family wives — think Norman Rockwell here — and Gloria Steinham (sic) be damned,” he added.

Sykes sent the lengthy document to the newspaper after faring poorly in a 20-minute interview, and he declined a second interview.

The document called for 20th century social programs to “go away,” and hopes to “stop Muslim immigration cold” while eliminating most existing U.S. laws.

He also praised Bannon’s Breitbart News website and criticized political correctness, “Big Media” and public education.

“(Detroit) is crawling with uneducated people who can’t read a breakfast menu,” Sykes wrote.

One political scientist who reviewed the document can’t be 100 percent certain Sykes is serious, and described his views as “Trump-inspired populism on steroids.”

“I’m 99.9 percent sure it’s not parody,” said John Messmer, a political science professor at St. Louis Community College at Meramec. “It’s not something strategic done by the Democratic side or someone that’s looking to criticize the conservative or Republican position.”

“I do hold back that 0.1 percent,” Messmer added. “This might be one of the greatest examples of political performance art I’ve ever seen.”
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Hey Op. Don't want to interrupt your Trump hate fest, but will you come suck my big Trumptard dick? You have such a purty little troll mouth.

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women acting like women? oh the horror of his comments!
The future is not what it used to be.
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No woman in her right mind is going to vote for that idiot.
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They shouldn't ne voting anyway.

Dumb twats gave us obama and husband twice.

Women should not be voting or holding public office.
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You could see this set up coming. Claire's popularity is down. She is in a Trump state. Any republican could beat her if he/she just smiled and said the usual drivel. Obviously Claire gets another term, she is beholden to the deep state.





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