October 26, 2016, - 6:19 pm

The Yoga Pants Protesting Hillary Clinton Voters & America’s Decline – Disturbing VIDEO

By Debbie Schlussel

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I was out the last couple of days for the rest of the major Jewish holidays (before Passover – Chanukah is a minor holiday). But while I was out a bunch of spoiled brat liberal women held a yoga pants protest. The Rhode Island yoga pants protest is everything that’s wrong with America . . . and everything that’s wrong with Hillary voters–how out of touch they are with America and with real problems. Yoga Pants Protests = #RichLiberalWhiteChickProblems. Just sayin’.



Allan Sorrentino, a 63-year-old Barrington, Rhode Island man, wrote a “letter to the editor” of his local newspaper, decrying that a lot of fat people and others who simply don’t have the body (or the appropriate age) for it, are wearing yoga pants. He said he doesn’t want this unsightly vision in his face.

Like the mini-skirt, yoga pants can be adorable on children and young women who have the benefit of nature’s blessing of youth. However, on mature, adult women there is something bizarre and disturbing about the appearance they make in public. Maybe it’s the unforgiving perspective they provide, inappropriate for general consumption, TMI, or the spector of someone coping poorly with their weight or advancing age that makes yoga pants so weird in public.

A nice pair of tailored slacks, jeans, or anything else would be better than those stinky, tacky, ridiculous looking yoga pants. They do nothing to compliment a women over 20 years old. In fact, the look is bad. Do yourself a favor, grow up and stop wearing them in public.

I can’t blame him. To me, though, it’s not necessarily about age. It’s more about shape and fitness–and about how the powers that be keep lying and telling us that fat chicks look hot in yoga pants (and bikinis and cut-out dresses, etc.). (There are some really fat 19-year-olds I’ve seen wearing yoga pants who shouldn’t be and some very fit 40-year-olds who look decent in them.) We’ve all been struck by the “Unsee! Unsee! Unsee!” visage of the giant butt and lump thighs wrapped like rotten sausage in skin-tight stretchy material. And no matter how many politically correct feminists wanna pretend otherwise, there are some people–No, many people!–who shouldn’t wear these things in public. It wouldn’t be so bad, if they wore a long top or sweater so we wouldn’t have to see their lumpy, gross butts. But in a word where every huge, giant fat girl is told her unhealthy, slovenly body is beautiful and to be displayed–where uber-self-esteem is in no short supply–that would be too much to ask.

On top of that, since these pants are not suited for the large-and-in-charge, one is generally forced to see lots of things through the overstretched material–lots of X-rated stuff that these same women don’t want the TSA seeing via the airport scanner device. Eeuuww! The alternative–VPL (Visible Panty Line)–isn’t much better. Sorry. The net is filled with pictures of vast swaths of the yoga-pants-wearing population that shouldn’t be wearing them. It’s high-quality Gitmo torture material.

This isn’t a new thing. This fashion eyesore has been, sadly, happening for a few decades. Back when the yoga pants were simply called “leggings,” the problem existed. And, a couple decades later, it not only persists. It’s gotten worse. Yoga pants are the standard fare for young and hagly-old, for fit and grossly flabby. My tailor is going out of business because–she says–nobody gets anything tailored anymore. “Instead, they just wear yoga pants.” This athleisure uniform is killing a lot of clothing-related jobs.

Sorrentino’s absolutely right. I thought his letter to the editor was funny and nicely politically incorrect. He asked adults to grow up and stop wearing them.

But in a sign of the fabulous set of priorities we have in our Kardashian-obsessed nation, a group of 300 women wore yoga pants and protested in front of Mr. Sorrentino’s home, which bears a banner that says “FREE SPEECH.” Sadly, these crazy feminists and men-haters don’t want Sorrentino to enjoy his First Amendment rights. They’ve sent him death threats and said vile things on his voicemail. All–mind you–because he dared write a letter to the editor asking unsightly, out-of-shape women to stop wearing bare yoga pants. Yes, death threats. That these morons are addicted to overkill and disproportion is the understatement of the year. And, yet, all those media nannies who sobbed over the online comments of looks-challenged actress Leslie Jones are mum about the threats against Mr. Sorrentino. In fact, most of ’em are on the same side as these dumb, spoiled, out-of-touch yoga pants protesters.

The yoga pants protesters are standard PC types, typical “Social Justice Warriors.” For them, it’s “social justice” to stand for the most trivial “causes” and one of the most absurd lies: that every women looks good in skin-tight stretchy pants and that all of their lumpy, dimply butts are “beautiful.” I know I’m repeating the obvious truth that none dare say, but here’s a tip: they’re not beautiful. They’re hideous. And they’re disgusting. And it’s selfish and delusional to show off your flabulousness when we don’t need or want to see it. You’re not sexy. The exact opposite, in fact. Of course, those weren’t the women at the protest. They were all in shape. If we saw a parade of what Mr. Sorrentino was really talking about, most of the camera lenses would’ve cracked. Only the sickest chubby-chasers would wanna see that.

And here’s the thing: I guarantee you there wasn’t a single Trump voter in the yoga pants protesting bunch. These are angry, men-hating Hillary groupies. Trump voters–no matter how backward and uneducated you want to insist they are–actually have their sense of priorities and reason straight about what’s important for their lives and for this country. They aren’t at these kinds of circuses. Instead, they’re protesting about things that matter–things that could seriously affect their and your lives: exorbitant Obamacare costs that are unbearable for the average American family, Muslim aliens who hate us and who bring a backward culture here to dominate ours (and then, good-bye to your yoga pants, even for thin people), and a generation of Supreme Court choices who could take away your rights and drive even more businesses and jobs form America, illegal alien amnesty that could take the rest of the few jobs left, etc.

Trump voters aren’t spending their time wearing yoga pants in a dumb, sexist, anti-male harassment mob in front of a senior citizen man’s house because they don’t like what he has to say.

Nope. The yoga pants Nazis are all “with her.” All with Hillary. And if and when she wins in November, you can see why America is going down the tubes:

Because there are more and more yoga pants protesting idiots and fewer and fewer Allan Sorrentinos.

Yoga Pants America . . . Ain’t That Great?!

Watch the Video . . .

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For the record, yes, I do own and wear yoga pants because they are comfortable and convenient and also because I’m usually wearing them to or from the gym. But I am thin and petite, and yet, I still don’t generally let my yoga-pants-covered, squat-induced butt out there without a shirt covering it up.

I have the American interest–and more important things than harassing a 63-year-old man over a mild, accurate “letter to the editor”–in mind.

Also, I’m not voting for Hillary.

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62 Responses

ROTFLMAO!!! Thanks for the laugh, Oh!!!BUAN-KenOh!B, and quite accurate, too. Time to get back on that house painting job. See y’all latuh.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on November 6, 2016 at 4:11 pm

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