Oddly enough the racist supporters of Donald Trump do not like being called racists.

By |2019-08-02T12:59:34-08:00August 3rd, 2019|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , |30 Comments

Poor babies.

Courtesy of The Atlantic

As speakers mounted their defenses of the president, it seemed apparent that supporters were cheering them on as a means of affirming not just Trump, but also themselves. Because to accuse a politician of holding virulent racist beliefs is also, if only implicitly, to condemn his or her voters of harboring those same tendencies.

And that’s what the rally-goers I spoke to last night seemed most nonplussed by—not so much that Trump had been roundly condemned in recent days as a racist, or a bigot, but that they, by virtue of association, had been as well. But rather than distancing them from Trump, the accusations have only seemed to strengthen their support of this president. To back down, they suggested, would be to bow down to the scourge of political correctness.

“We’re all tired of being called racists,” a 74-year-old bespectacled white man named Richard Haines told me. “You open your mouth, you’re a racist. My daughter is a liberal, and she’s [using the word] all the time. We don’t talk politics; we can’t—all the time she always accuses me of hate.”

Haines, who told me he had just returned to the United States from Thailand, where he had done missionary work for 15 years with impoverished children, said that he knew what real racism looked like—that his father was a “bigot” who “didn’t like black people.”

“Donald is not racist, you know?” Haines said. “He makes a statement, and they take the words out of context and try to twist everything so that he’s a racist. And I think it’s gonna backfire.”

Nobody has to twist Trump’s words to paint him as a racist, all they have to do is listen to them. 

When he calls African countries “Shitholes,” or mocks Elizabeth Warren with “Pocohontas,” suggests that youg black men wrongfully accused of rape should be put to death, or says in response to violent white supremacist attacks on counter protesters that there were “very fine people on both sides,” there is no need for word twisting. 

These people are just upset that their racism has been exposed by their support of this white nationalist POS. 

There are brown babies ripped from their mother’s arms languishing in cages right now, so as far as I’m concerned these racist sympathizers can take their hurt feelings and shove them right up their ass. 

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  1. aoc August 3, 2019 at 4:43 am

    Looking forward to your insights on AOC chief of staff and other lackeys getting shit canned.

    AOC has gone quiet, did Pelosi finally sew a zipper onto her lips ?

    • Anonymous August 3, 2019 at 7:01 am


    • F off August 3, 2019 at 11:11 am

      Don’t look at this! Look at this!!!!1!!1!

  2. Anonymous August 3, 2019 at 6:57 am

    “or mocks Elizabeth Warren with “Pocohontas,””

    Who is actually racist here, someone pretending to be Native American, or someone calling out the faker who stole the identity for personnel gain?

    Warren may as well be Rachel Dolezal. Or Shaun King lol.

    • Gryphen August 3, 2019 at 7:37 am

      Who is the racist in a choice between Donald Trump and Elizabeth Warren?

      Only a troll would ask a question that inherently stupid.

      • Anonymous August 3, 2019 at 8:38 am

        (future prediction provided for free): The liberal method of labeling everyone that doesn’t fall into line a racist, huge fail.

        The new puritan religion: the ultra politically correct liberal ideology internet tar and feathering.

        Massive fail. Already turning on themselves.

        This is fun.

  3. Nonnie Mouse August 3, 2019 at 7:29 am

    Perhaps the esteemed “missionary” needs to be reminded that Jesus was not white, nor blonde haired and blue eyed, and of Matthew 5=7 Sermon On The Mount.
    If your own daughter is calling you a racist, who would better know? “Damned liberal” has absolutely NOTHING to do with it.
    Read your Bible, bespectacled, maybe time to up your prescription or a cataract check.

  4. Penelope August 3, 2019 at 7:45 am


    “Now the hip phrase is to ‘do life to-get-her’. God Land! ‘Exit polls showed 81% of evangelical Christians voted for Trump, and that support hasn’t wavered much” “It’s a silencing effect”

    “the allure of the corporatized megachurch, post-church anxiety, the conservative bubble, and — because why not? — why white fundamentalists need to portray Jesus as a devastatingly handsome man.”
    “The ministers, I sent them parts of this, that middle chapter. They were like, “We would never tell a story like that about going into the city and doing ministry like that.”

    “But I have it recorded. You said it.” And they’re like, “We would never say that.”

    I actually thought that was a great moment, you know what I mean? They were not happy with me at all”
    “think about $100,000 suits, I also think about megachurches, which are literally big business. Have you seen that Instagram account, PreachersNSneakers?’

    “The problem of the megachurch is the problem of the faceless corporation, the problem of power.”
    “tying religion and commerce together in a toxic way to control the masses. It’s what we do. Ever since the pilgrims.” ” they sign these covenants”

    “If you actually sat down and read the New Testament, that shit is socialist. It’s more Karl Marx than Adam Smith, and yet our idea of capitalism is so tied up with our idea of Christianity.”

    “taught hardcore abstinence-only, the hardest of cores. Raw abstinence. It was basically like, don’t masturbate, pray and think of Jesus instead.” “What then are the men of white, straight heteronormativity Christianity supposed to do with Hot Jesus? Well, they’re gay for the Hot Jesus thing..~IT~$ called ‘BUD SEX’.



    • $BM~JB$ August 3, 2019 at 8:05 am

      HOT or NOT?


    • anonymous August 3, 2019 at 8:11 am

      “Whether it’s been a month or a decade — an assault often causes irreparable damage that is really hard to cope with.” Try over 50 years…


    • Nonnie Mouse August 3, 2019 at 8:31 am

      So, let me get this straight. The New Testament, with Jesus’ own words, and the disciples’ who were with him, “that shit is socialist” and not in line with THEIR own view of Christianity.
      Do I have this right??? OMG. Alrighty then!

  5. anon August 3, 2019 at 8:02 am


    tinydjt retweet>As you can see, I did nothing to lead people on, nor was I particularly happy with their chant. Just a very big and patriotic crowd. They love the USA!

  6. BLM August 3, 2019 at 8:18 am


    “The cover of the Aug. 9, 1937 issue of Life Magazine is all about watermelons.”
    “The images disseminated in the Life story, and others like it, played a pivotal role in turning a bigoted assumption into a lasting racist stereotype in the minds of white Southerners ― and Northerners too.”
    “Just looking at the ads with little Black children and the exaggerated mouths with the watermelons was absolutely stunning to see. It was used all over and a calculated decision to stop Black people from empowering themselves.” “watermelons provided a way to reclaim their lives and make money. They grew and harvested them, becoming vendors and selling them on street corners.
    And of course, that growing business was seen as a threat to white residents in cities across the South during the Jim Crow era. Smithsonian points out that “many Southern whites reacted to this self-sufficiency by turning the fruit into a symbol of poverty. Watermelon came to symbolize a feast for the ‘unclean, lazy and child-like.’ To shame black watermelon merchants, popular ads and ephemera, including postcards pictured African Americans stealing, fighting over, or sitting in streets eating watermelon.”
    “The Life Magazine cover is a prime example of how something can appear to be uplifting and affirming, complimentary and positive, but instead contributes to the dehumanization of an entire group of people. Only when digging into the history, learning about these symbols and unpacking them can they begin to lose their power.”

  7. Anon August 3, 2019 at 8:24 am


    “Nunes filed suit Thursday against the petitioners in Tulare County Supreme Court. Four defendants are named in the suit, including retired organic fruit tree farmer Paul Buxman of Nunes’ home Tulare County and a Los Angeles member of the political group Southern California Americans for Democratic Action.

    The court action risks bringing Nunes more bad publicity instead of helping his nest campaign as the media covers the case.

    Nunes has launched a string of lawsuits this year”

  8. OT-THIS! August 3, 2019 at 10:12 am


    “they had three fools from CNN treating the whole thing like a lightning round on “Jeopardy.” “Uhhh, I’ll take ‘What’s wrong with Obamacare’ for $200, Jake!”

    “I’ll take ‘Obama the Deporter-in-Chief’ for $600, Dana!”

    “I’ll take ‘we aren’t the party of law and order’ for $800, Don!”

    Could it have gotten any worse? The CNN hosts seemed to be reading their questions off a tip-sheet from the Republican National Committee, playing a game of “gotcha”
    the real crime is, the Democrats are letting the cable news networks run the damn things. Did you see those sets for the debates? They were so busy with flashy backgrounds and gleaming podiums they looked like, yes, a goddamned game show. They weren’t debating. They were competing. It’s got to stop.” “don’t let Jake Tapper and Chris Mathews and Dana Bash and Andrea Mitchell sit there and play “gotcha” with their down-in-the-weeds questions that have left everyone, including policy wonks, wondering what the hell the candidates were talking about. Get rid of the game-show sets.”

    early September. l That’s too many. Do we want to beat Trump, or do we want to be remembered for how wonderfully we treated all our presidential primary candidates?

    Somebody in the Democratic Party needs to show some leadership and take charge of this campaign. If Tom Perez isn’t willing, then Barrack Obama should call the candidates together and ask most of them to do what’s best for the party and for the country. We don’t need 10 candidates debating in September of 2019. We need to beat Donald Trump in November of 2020.”

    P.$ Andrea Mitchell’$ hu$band> Alan Greens$pan $tarted it in ca·hoot$ with dick fuck cheney!

    • Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired August 3, 2019 at 10:46 am

      President Barack Obama has done his time.
      He doesn’t have to say anything. He did and no one listened.
      What he tried, now undone.

      With you on the debates. Who would watch that crap?
      If I had MY way, Gwen would have told $arah “answer the damned question I asked of you,” I’d rather talk about energy, and she let her.
      Trump stalking Hillary around the stage. “Get back to your corner and STAY there.”

      Chuck Todd::rabbit face in need of a carrot.

      • 12 steppers are ignorant and retarded August 3, 2019 at 12:57 pm

        Nice 12-step name.


  9. mike from iowa August 3, 2019 at 5:10 pm

    That just about breaks my heart. Too bad. So sad.

  10. anon August 3, 2019 at 9:51 pm

    So then why are there no black people in that picture? A few perhaps marginally olive skinned people. No burkas, not one veil.

  11. fuck August 3, 2019 at 9:57 pm

    This proves Jesus worshippers are ignorant as fuck.

  12. Meghan Phillips August 4, 2019 at 4:28 am

    The bitch in that photo looks demented.

  13. Anonymous August 5, 2019 at 10:39 am

    Of course they don’t. They consider themselves to be patriotic Americans.

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