Stormy to the rescue?

Thursday, May 24, 2018
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Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com)

West Hollywood city hallYesterday was Stormy Day in West Hollywood – and it had absolutely nothing to do with the weather.

West Hollywood, California, gave Stormy Daniels the key to the city on Wednesday. Mayor John Duran heaped praise on the porn star for standing up "with dignity" to President Trump and for showing up "as the woman to save the Republic." Political pundit and radio talk-show host Richard Randall is incredulous.

"Let me get this straight: We have a porn star who showed up to save the Republic? She is who West Hollywood now relies on to save the Republic," he laments.

Randall says "Trump derangement syndrome" is making fools of the radical left – from arguing against a raging economy and massive tax cuts, to defending the ruthless gang MS-13, and now giving the keys to the city to a prostitute.

"If there's ever any doubt about how out of whack the culture is and the values of so many people [are], the fact that you're giving an award to Stormy Daniels for 'saving the Republic' is all the proof that you need," he tells OneNewsNow.

West Hollywood is known for its quirky and uber-liberal policies and for being the center of radical homosexual politics in Southern California. In fact, Mayor Duran – in his introductory remarks yesterday – described his community as the city "where the women are strong and the men are pretty." Still, Randall says the Trump-haters – like all Americans – are doing pretty well under this administration.

"How is it that transsexuals and bisexuals and gay folks in West Hollywood are under attack from President Trump?" he asks. "Donald Trump would appear to be much more concerned about MS-13, about Iran and their nuclear program, and [about] North Korea and their nuclear program."

Randall suggests that Never-Trumpers in West Hollywood reconsider their priorities and start rooting for a president who is trying to disarm North Korea – which claims to have nuclear weapons capable of reaching the West Coast of the United States.

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