Crazy Woman Ashley Judd Was Terrified of a Man Who Said His “Town Voted Trump”


Crazy woman Ashley Judd or is it nasty woman Ashley Judd? Whatever. Ashley Judd had a terrifying experience at a basketball game. She’s a big Kentucky fan which is why I’m forced to root for whoever is playing against Kentucky. Judd shared her “scary” and “uncomfortable” experience on Facebook.

One thing I agree with her on is sports is a no politics space.

It seems an older man with white hair came up to her and asked if he could take her picture. For her, it gets scarier from there. He took the picture 6 inches from her face and then said he was from “Big Stone Gap”.

She continued: “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!

He said to me with open hostility as he was backing away, “We like Trump.”

Maybe he sensed condescension. It would be nice to hear his side of the story.

She described the man as aggressive and she imagines he did something terrible with her picture.

This woman is wired very tight. She bears a strange resemblance to Medusa in this photo.

Sounds like he was unnecessarily rude but her reaction was to be “frankly scared.”

After mentioning his “little Appalachian town”, she reflected on what she should have said:

“Well, I know everything I need to know about you now, Sir, you voted with the KKK.”

“Well, I voted with the popular vote which you lost by the widest margin in American history.” And dragged in his charming town like he had – “sorry to discover Big Stone gap is full of misogynists like you.”

And his “we” in “we like trump-” he’s one guy and invoking the royal “we” is a tactic used to intimated. And I could have said, “We? Half the folks didn’t vote; and more than half who did voted the other way. Pull out the issues check list and show me who your threatening “we” is, person by person.

Instead of saying that, she hugged her Democrat, Baptist preacher uncle.

She needs her safe space and doesn’t want to be triggered.

Remember when she said at the Women’s March, “I didn’t know devils could be resurrected, but I feel Hitler in these streets.”

She triggered half the country!

Her next comment is interesting: ” Good people have no incentive whatsoever to run for office in this country when things like this happen.”

One thing comes to mind, when she rips apart Trump mercilessly, does it every cross her mind that she’s giving people no incentive whatsoever to run for office?

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