As the most important presidential race in U.S. history nears it’s end the contest is descending into parody. A now thoroughly discredited establishment media has hit Donald Trump with every smear bomb in it’s plentiful arsenal and yet he is still standing. They called him a racist, a sexist, a mocker of the handicapped and an Islamophobe. He was accused of being an agent of the Kremlin, a fascist, a demagogue and even Hitler yet the befuddled elite was unable to beat back the Trump revolution.

Now the media has gone back to the school yard with what can only be called the fatty, fatty two-by-four strategy. Yes, Donald Trump is unfit for the presidency because he hates fat people. Seriously, this is the line that is being pushed now.

According to CNN “Trump’s America: No fat chicks”:

Donald Trump has a message for the American people: No fat chicks.

And America has a message for him: That kind of crass sexism may have sold tabloids in the ’90s, but it loses you elections in a more feminist, body-positive 2016.

His poor performance at the first presidential debate was brought into even sharper relief by a stunning show from Hillary Clinton, who pointedly brought up Trump’s chauvinist treatment of women.

And one of the worst things he said was about a woman in a beauty contest — he loves beauty contests, supporting them, and hanging around them — and he called this woman ‘Miss Piggy,’ then he called her ‘Miss Housekeeping’ because she was Latina,” Clinton said.

The poor victimized Latina ‘Miss Piggy’ who the Clinton camp is rallying has to say the least – an interesting past.

The always reliable Trump haters at the Washington Post weigh in with “Donald Trump’s weight problem: He can’t stop talking about ‘fat’ people”:

Donald Trump has a serious weight problem: He can’t seem to stop criticizing the girth of others.

For decades, Trump has commented on other people’s bodies, particularly women who he believes had gained too much weight or were, in his word, “fat.” The recurring habit flared again this week when the Republican presidential nominee attacked the size of a Miss Universe winner, claiming she had gained “a massive amount of weight” while she wore the pageant’s crown and that “it was a real problem.”

Trump called actress Rosie O’Donnell a “fat pig” and said she has a “fat, ugly face.” He said singer Jennifer Lopez has a “fat a–” and said reality television star Kim Kardashian had “gotten a little large” during her pregnancy. He kept a “fat photo” of one employee whose weight fluctuated in a drawer and told an overweight executive, “you like your candy,” according to the employees. When a reporter complimented his wife, Melania, on her appearance shortly after giving birth, Donald Trump replied: “She’s lost almost all the baby weight.”

This new line of attack would be drop-dead hysterical if it wasn’t so pathetic. Since the end of the Democrat convention Queen Hillary’s lead has disappeared faster than a box of chocolates at Rosie O’Donnell’s place and her crackerjack political operation is flailing as they are exposed as the smug incompetent social climbers that they always have been.

The Trump hates fat people attack is a keening plaintive wail of desperation that might as well be an admission that there is no way that Hillary can win a fair election.