Trump Calls Out Politically Correct Time Magazine for Calling Him “Person”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
December 10, 2016


President Trump has called out Time Magazine for being so politically correct that they changed the annual issue celebrating the “Man of the Year” to “Person of the Year.”

This is max lel.

He gets the entire audience – including the women – to agree with him. Because women also prefer men to be in charge, and doing all the things that need done. It is the natural order.

The Telegraph:

Donald Trump has caused controversy with his comments after being awarded Time Person of The Year.

At an Iowa rally on Thursday night, he said: “They used to call it ‘Man of the Year,’ but they can’t do that anymore, so they call it ‘person.’ They want to be politically correct. That’s OK.”

Then, he brought it up again on Friday at a Louisiana rally.

He asked: “Who’d rather have it the ‘Man of the Year?”

The president elect then asked the women of the audience if they would rather be Person of The Year, Man of The Year or Woman of The Year.

He concluded: “All the women want it to be ‘Man of the Year.'”

Mr Trump said: “That could be why the magazine business isn’t so great, right?”

It was changed to “Person of the Year” in 1999. They were over a decade behind Star Trek, who changed “to boldly go where no man has gone before” to “…where no one has gone before” with the start of The Next Generation in 1987.

Of course, women had one the cover a couple times before 1999, and they were just called “Man of the Year.” Because “man” refers to the species as well as the gender. And because it’s kind of like – who cares? Who could possibly care about that?

But it’s all good. Trump is tearing down political correctness, brick by brick.

Pretty soon, you’re going to be able to call people “kikes” in children’s TV shows.

Here’s the Iowa rally.

And Louisiana.

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