Whether or not you recognize the name, you’ve almost certainly seen or heard Richard Dryfuss several times in your life. He was the guy with the beard and glasses named “Hooper” in Jaws. He’s also done narration for Family Guy and made a number of small time appearances on everything from Bewitched in 1966 to Weeds in 2010. Throw in a successful career as a writer, director and producer and you’ve got someone that people really listen to.
As we all know Mr. Trump is pretty sensitive about the size of his member. He made for some of the strangest headlines back in February when he defended the little guy from accusations made by Marco Rubio based on the size of his hands. “I guarantee you there’s no problem. I guarantee,” he said to a bewildered but apparently approving audience. The point of the statement being essentially that he’s been with so many women that he is beyond all phallic scrutiny.
Now Richard Dreyfuss has chimed in with allegations about the size of little Trump:
I met Donald Trump a few times but first was a party in Malibu where he got very upset that his date had the gall to speak with other guests. He acted like a small-dicked prick and pusher from the party and left of us wondering if we had made a mistake letter her go with him.
We’ve heard this before. Trump can be very particular about tiny details especially when he feels that he’s been slighted by not getting his way at absolutely every turn in life. Apparently that’s what happens when you grow up owning everything. John Oliver ran an entire episode about Trump back in February and covered his strange presence on Twitter and his obsession with hand size:
The punch line is that back in 1988 Spy Magazine ran a piece in which they referred to Trump as a “small-fingered vulgarian” and he blew up about it. The former editor says that he still gets letters “the occasional envelope from Trump. There is always a photo of him … On all of them he has circled his hands … to highlight the length of his fingers.” Selina Scott, a former anchor for the BBC, tells a similar story of having received dozens of letters from Trump over the last few decades. Though hers generally contain snipets from articles about how successful he is. Presumably because she once portrayed him as a failure in an interview.
Sad as it is that the 2016 election will not be one of reasoned argumentation and progressive platforms I think for our own safety we have to embrace it. Trump’s appeal comes from his ability to bulldoze people over with his confidence. So – if we must – let’s talk about his small hands and various other small appendages. Even if we know that deep down he’s always been the biggest dick in America no matter how tightly his pants fit. And that’s all his supporters have ever cared about anyways.