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In other words: Let all Democrats put aside their petty squabbles over Who Is More Intersectional than Whom and unite in hating the Great White Male, Emmanuel Trumpenstein!

But the Washington Post’s Global Opinions editor Karen Attiah is still waging World War B on the Big Beckys, Nancy Pelosi and Maureen Dowd:

Axis of Shevil?

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  1. Trumpenstein – whatever possessed the Outs to run him?

  2. Love him or hate him, you still have to appreciate the guy for putting another firecracker down the progressive termite mound!

    • Replies: @jack daniels
    I am quite sure Donald Trump only felt safe attacking Omar because she is now a public enemy of AIPAC and the Zionist BIG DONORS, which outweighs her POC status. It was a TYPICALLY cowardly attack by Trump, a dog whistle to Adelson & Co. Trump is talking tough only because he has the 600 pound bodyguard/ godfathers Adelson, Singer, and Marcus, not to mention SAINT BIBI looking on from the wings, smiling and nodding.
    What about all those Polish Jews who came here and immediatly joined the CPUSA? I wish someone would get Trump's opinion on THEM. Or JONATHAN POLLARD. Trump would send a drone after any reporter who asked him on camera.
    , @Buck Ransom
    Evil Orange Cheeto Man white-knighting for San Fran Nan ("She's not a racist! She's not!!!") is too funny. Now that is really kicking his bespoke jackboots into the intersectional hornet's nest.
    , @JohnnyWalker123
    No. I'm tired of the BS.

    All Trump does is run his huge mouth without producing any real results. What is Trump doing to stop the H-1b? Restrict legal immigration? Build the wall?

    So what if he bullies Congress members for being non-white/immigrant? If he can't back up the bullying with actual action on immigration, who cares?
  3. Anonymous[153] • Disclaimer says:

    Global Opinions editor, @WashingtonPost | Ghanaian. Nigerian. American.

    (In that order)

    | Aspiring martial artist | #JamalKhashoggi

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Thanks.
    , @Hypnotoad666

    "dogwhistling snipes"
     
    One of the worst mixed metaphors I've seen in awhile. Also, I don't think telling Omar and her ilk to "go back" to their sh*t hole countries is a "dogwhistle." It seems pretty direct and to the point.

    The Democrats are trying hard to re-brand MAGA as "make America white again." The problem is that a majority of Americans might decide that doesn't sound like such a bad idea.
  4. • Replies: @e
    Never waste an opportunity to magnify the mistakes of enemy.
    , @nebulafox
    Never fear! The GOP will be sure to do so. For they have learned nothing and forgotten nothing.
    , @Desiderius
    Putting the brown naggers in their place (freshman reps) was not a mistake, it's something Pelosi had to do - for her party, not her country or constituents.

    Trump made that harder.
  5. So you’re saying that Trump is “controlled opposition” who’s being used to solidify the diveristy coalition?

    • Replies: @notanon
    Trump is forcing the Pelosi faction to own the Omar faction - pretty funny.
  6. Steve: take a bow.

    You did it. The contradictions have been raised.

    We may yet save ourselves.

  7. • Replies: @Buck Ransom
    Can someone please ask Congressperson Omar when RFK gushed that effusive endorsement of multi-culti tolerance and diversity. How soon afterwards was he gunned down by Mr. Sirhan Sirhan?
  8. Women do not like other women telling them what to do. Older women especially won’t stand for younger ones trying to. And that is why you get shouting matches. Only an alpha male boss can restore order.

  9. anon[266] • Disclaimer says:

    Nancy Pelosi

    @SpeakerPelosi
    · 8h
    When @realDonaldTrump tells four American Congresswomen to go back to their countries, he reaffirms his plan to “Make America Great Again” has always been about making America white again.

    Our diversity is our strength and our unity is our power

    Your unity is your strength and our diversity is our power

  10. I have never heard it put so concisely. What isn’t true?

    • Agree: Redneck farmer, Ibound1
  11. Did the Overton window move or did the whole frame just shatter?

  12. Axis of Shevil?

    ROFLOL my achin’ sides!

  13. Actually this is a very smart move for Trump, just this morning before his tweet storm, a democratic internal poll was released which showed the 4 gal squad having 9% approval rating in swing districts which Dems won from Reps. I bet this was a set up by the Democratic establishment to start shutting group down, until Trump comes waging in. Now there is no way these 4 go away from the main stage til 2020, and I bet they don’t get any more popular in swing districts.

    This is plain 2D chess.

    • Replies: @simple_pseudonymic_handle
    He is double daring them to have omar and cortex being given prime time speech slots at the 2020 Democratic convention. They can call him a meanie with tears running down their cheeks. It would be hilarious to see the focus group analysis of this scenario strategy.
  14. He’s taking the side of patriotic American blacks against the Yonni-come-lately browns trying to horn in on their territory, meanwhile putting the squeeze on Pelosi who wants to take any side but the one Trump’s forcing her into.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Is Steve criticizing Trump in this post?

    In other words: Let all Democrats put aside their petty squabbles over Who Is More Intersectional than Whom and unite in hating the Great White Male, Emmanuel Trumpenstein!
     
  15. @JohnnyWalker123
    So you're saying that Trump is "controlled opposition" who's being used to solidify the diveristy coalition?

    Trump is forcing the Pelosi faction to own the Omar faction – pretty funny.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1150879404593205249
  16. anon[347] • Disclaimer says:

    Karen Attiah

    @KarenAttiah
    What people need to see in this newly formed @maureendowd /@SpeakerPelosi / @realDonaldTrump axis of shevil is that white supremacy relies on dismissing, silencing, and undermining women of color.

    Putting them in their place by any means necessary.

    White supremacists mansplaining things to women of color in Beckystan.

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    When all you have are stones, every problem begins to look like an adulteress
  17. A high risk maneuver by Trump. By backing Pelosi he forces her to give in to Chakrabarti and impeach Trump and start the Purge: Get Whitey movie Dems have had playing in their heads.

    Trump wants full Pol Pot from Dems so he can scare normies. “You may hate me but look how psycho they are.”

    Bonus: cements Blacks are not Americans that Kap has pushed also Nike.

    Having weirdo hijab n wearing Somali women screaming they hate America and Whites hurts Harris the nominee.

  18. The philosophy of the Democratic Party seems to be that we have to let anyone from any (non-white) country come here, because (non-whites) aren’t capable of running their own countries, and we can’t send them back because the countries they come from are, um, not-quite-shitholes.

    And once they get here it would be horrible for us to expect for these people who can’t run their own countries to assimilate by adopting the behaviors of people who do know how to run our own countries. So instead we need to encourage them to vote and run for office so that the people from not-quite-shithole countries can teach us how to run a country.

    Or something like that.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin, bomag
    • Replies: @Anon

    And once they get here it would be horrible for us to expect for these people who can’t run their own countries to assimilate by adopting the behaviors of people who do know how to run our own countries.
     
    Morbidly obese, opiate addicted deadbeats who can't do anything besides lose their limbs and lives in pointless Mideast wars aren't people who know how to run anything.
  19. Lol! I wasn’t aware that the Axis of Shevil, white supremacy or an act of God was able to silence women of color.

    • Agree: donut
    • Replies: @Alden
    Nothing nothing silences WOC as anyone who’s ever worked with them knows. The C doesn’t stand for color by the way.
  20. Good to catch a glimpse of Canpaign Trump here and there.

    Also — that these four women are in Congress is not an endorsement of them, but an indictment on what America has become.

    • Agree: Anonymousse
    • Replies: @Desiderius
    Not America, just their snobby, Superzip, would-be post-American, world-ruling woke white supremacist districts.
    , @Buck Ransom
    All this continuous shrieking from Pelosi, AOC and Omar -- not to mention the rest of the DNC, the GOPe and the dinosaur media -- is simply the clamor of them all trying to escape as the gaudy temple comes crashing down around them, with a golden-haired septuagenarian Samson as the bringer of their fate.
  21. From the perspective of the Alt-Right, the problem with Trump is this.

    On the one hand, Trump appears to have genuine animus to non-whites and immigrants. He seems to enjoy mocking and belittling them. He’s pugnacious and willing to “throw down” with the diversity coalition. He probably inherited these instincts from his father Fred Trump (who apparently used to participate in early 20th century KKK brawls).

    On the other Trump is a BUSINESSMAN. As a BUSINESSMAN, he supports whatever is good for his business (and the businesses of his friends and campaign contributors).

    Perhaps not surprisingly, Trump hires foreign visa holders to work on his golf courses. In the past (as far back as the 80s), he hired illegal aliens. He recently supported an expansion of the low-skilled visa program that his Trump golf courses extensively utilize.

    BUSINESSMEN, in general, are extremely supportive of mass migration. Migration boosts real estate prices, increases consumer spending, loosens the labor market, and lowers wages. BUSINESSMEN have always been in favor of mass migration and always will be.

    Back during the late 1800s and early 1900s, WASP BUSINESSMEN (many of whom were openly racist, nativist, Nordic supremacist, and anti-Catholic) imported huge numbers of migrants from Italy, Ireland, Greece, Eastern Europe, China, and Japan. Why? It’s because the immigrants were willing to work for pitiful wages and endure hazardous working conditions. So the WASP oligarchs held their nose and brought in the unwashed masses of Dublin.

    Even further back in time, the White Southern plantation owners (who were definitely NOT liberal on racial issues) wanted to keep importing Black slaves. They also wanted to expand slavery up North. Why? They thought it made sense financially. To them, corporate profits mattered more than perserving White racial domination of America.

    Even in countries in which immigration is low (like America from 1930s-1970s), BUSINESSMEN encourage domestic migration to undercut the wages of the locals. For example, back during the 30s, California growers brought in lots of cheap Okie labor.

    So a BUSINESSMAN like Trump (who said wages were “too high” back in 2015) naturally likes mass migration. It’s financially beneficial to him and his friends.

    That’s the ultimate reason why all the immigration restrictionists in the Trump administration (Sessions, Miller, Bannonn) and his various anti-immigration allies (Coulter, Kobach) can’t get him to institute an immigration moratorium. It’s also why Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner (who is also apart of family of BUSINESSMEN) has been so influential in convicing him to expand legal “skilled” migration.

    • Agree: MEH 0910
    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    "The business of America is business."
    Now if more people would apply that to foreign policy....
    , @Paul
    I agree that the call for importing more cheap, skilled labor into the United States is something of a scam. It drives down the cost of labor for business and means not having to educate and train American workers.
    , @notanon

    From the perspective of the Alt-Right, the problem with Trump is this
     
    driving the left insane will eventually come to be seen as the most useful thing he could do.
    , @jack daniels
    Strongly disagree. Trump is over 70 and President now and in position where he can afford to ignore the staffing needs of his business interests in order to keep his campaign promises and go down as an important president. I refuse to believe he is acting from business motives at this point, except to the extent that decades of practice might have made it instinctual for him. Even if that's so, he has ears and can hear the counter-arguments, and realize they are grounded in his own advertized premises and promises.
    I think Trump simply lacks courage and faith in the appeal of his platform. In that respect he is no different from every other Republican fake conservative who has sold us out.
  22. “Rather than attack Members of Congress, he should work with us for humane immigration policy that reflects American values.”

    Nancy, is illegal immigration an American value or a Democrat Party value? And get out of that walled mansion in San Francisco and take a look at the Americans living on the streets there.

    • Replies: @Alden
    She and Paul have made their fortune in illegal Hispanic hotel restaurant and farm workers.

    There needs to be an ICE raid on some of the Pelosi vineyards and businesses.
  23. Too funny. Trump’s attacking the dusky madonnas of the left, which is guaranteed to massively trigger progressives, and at the same time making it look to moderates like the choice is between him and them.

  24. @JohnnyWalker123
    From the perspective of the Alt-Right, the problem with Trump is this.

    On the one hand, Trump appears to have genuine animus to non-whites and immigrants. He seems to enjoy mocking and belittling them. He's pugnacious and willing to "throw down" with the diversity coalition. He probably inherited these instincts from his father Fred Trump (who apparently used to participate in early 20th century KKK brawls).

    On the other Trump is a BUSINESSMAN. As a BUSINESSMAN, he supports whatever is good for his business (and the businesses of his friends and campaign contributors).

    Perhaps not surprisingly, Trump hires foreign visa holders to work on his golf courses. In the past (as far back as the 80s), he hired illegal aliens. He recently supported an expansion of the low-skilled visa program that his Trump golf courses extensively utilize.

    BUSINESSMEN, in general, are extremely supportive of mass migration. Migration boosts real estate prices, increases consumer spending, loosens the labor market, and lowers wages. BUSINESSMEN have always been in favor of mass migration and always will be.

    Back during the late 1800s and early 1900s, WASP BUSINESSMEN (many of whom were openly racist, nativist, Nordic supremacist, and anti-Catholic) imported huge numbers of migrants from Italy, Ireland, Greece, Eastern Europe, China, and Japan. Why? It's because the immigrants were willing to work for pitiful wages and endure hazardous working conditions. So the WASP oligarchs held their nose and brought in the unwashed masses of Dublin.

    Even further back in time, the White Southern plantation owners (who were definitely NOT liberal on racial issues) wanted to keep importing Black slaves. They also wanted to expand slavery up North. Why? They thought it made sense financially. To them, corporate profits mattered more than perserving White racial domination of America.

    Even in countries in which immigration is low (like America from 1930s-1970s), BUSINESSMEN encourage domestic migration to undercut the wages of the locals. For example, back during the 30s, California growers brought in lots of cheap Okie labor.

    So a BUSINESSMAN like Trump (who said wages were "too high" back in 2015) naturally likes mass migration. It's financially beneficial to him and his friends.

    That's the ultimate reason why all the immigration restrictionists in the Trump administration (Sessions, Miller, Bannonn) and his various anti-immigration allies (Coulter, Kobach) can't get him to institute an immigration moratorium. It's also why Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner (who is also apart of family of BUSINESSMEN) has been so influential in convicing him to expand legal "skilled" migration.

    “The business of America is business.”
    Now if more people would apply that to foreign policy….

    • Agree: jack daniels
  25. Trompensteen, Shirley?

  26. @JohnnyWalker123
    From the perspective of the Alt-Right, the problem with Trump is this.

    On the one hand, Trump appears to have genuine animus to non-whites and immigrants. He seems to enjoy mocking and belittling them. He's pugnacious and willing to "throw down" with the diversity coalition. He probably inherited these instincts from his father Fred Trump (who apparently used to participate in early 20th century KKK brawls).

    On the other Trump is a BUSINESSMAN. As a BUSINESSMAN, he supports whatever is good for his business (and the businesses of his friends and campaign contributors).

    Perhaps not surprisingly, Trump hires foreign visa holders to work on his golf courses. In the past (as far back as the 80s), he hired illegal aliens. He recently supported an expansion of the low-skilled visa program that his Trump golf courses extensively utilize.

    BUSINESSMEN, in general, are extremely supportive of mass migration. Migration boosts real estate prices, increases consumer spending, loosens the labor market, and lowers wages. BUSINESSMEN have always been in favor of mass migration and always will be.

    Back during the late 1800s and early 1900s, WASP BUSINESSMEN (many of whom were openly racist, nativist, Nordic supremacist, and anti-Catholic) imported huge numbers of migrants from Italy, Ireland, Greece, Eastern Europe, China, and Japan. Why? It's because the immigrants were willing to work for pitiful wages and endure hazardous working conditions. So the WASP oligarchs held their nose and brought in the unwashed masses of Dublin.

    Even further back in time, the White Southern plantation owners (who were definitely NOT liberal on racial issues) wanted to keep importing Black slaves. They also wanted to expand slavery up North. Why? They thought it made sense financially. To them, corporate profits mattered more than perserving White racial domination of America.

    Even in countries in which immigration is low (like America from 1930s-1970s), BUSINESSMEN encourage domestic migration to undercut the wages of the locals. For example, back during the 30s, California growers brought in lots of cheap Okie labor.

    So a BUSINESSMAN like Trump (who said wages were "too high" back in 2015) naturally likes mass migration. It's financially beneficial to him and his friends.

    That's the ultimate reason why all the immigration restrictionists in the Trump administration (Sessions, Miller, Bannonn) and his various anti-immigration allies (Coulter, Kobach) can't get him to institute an immigration moratorium. It's also why Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner (who is also apart of family of BUSINESSMEN) has been so influential in convicing him to expand legal "skilled" migration.

    I agree that the call for importing more cheap, skilled labor into the United States is something of a scam. It drives down the cost of labor for business and means not having to educate and train American workers.

    • Replies: @Abolish_public_education
    Are you better off when your barista can brew your latte for $15 per hour, or $12?

    Or maybe you think that the $7 latte, at your favorite coffee shop, tastes better than it did when it only cost $6?

    Training US workers is also an expensive proposition. Or maybe you believe that your latte tastes better when it’s ready in 15 minutes instead of 8?

    As for educating US workers, the private sector pays enough (far too much!) in school-related taxes already. Who can blame them for not wanting to pay (again) to teach their workers the 3Rs, especially when they can simply buy a GUI-based, idiot-proof cash register?

    Or maybe you think that your latte tastes better when your barista can do geometry?
  27. For all his flaws and shortcomings, he is still the greatest president of the last 179 years.

    “You can’t leave fast enough.”

    Amazing rhetoric. The President has spoken. They have to go back. And that crashing sound you just heard was the Overton Window being shattered into pieces.

    http://voxday.blogspot.com/2019/07/a-crack-in-civnattery.html

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666

    Bill [email protected]
    The president has once again (but even more obviously than usual) made clear his unapologetic bigotry, nativism and racism. Are GOP leaders, donors and voters still fine with re-nominating Donald Trump for president? Do they really believe the Republican Party can do no better?

    You have to go back too, Bill.
     

     
    http://voxday.blogspot.com/2019/07/a-crack-in-civnattery.html
  28. @Anonymous

    Global Opinions editor, @WashingtonPost | Ghanaian. Nigerian. American.
     
    (In that order)

    | Aspiring martial artist | #JamalKhashoggi
     
    https://twitter.com/KarenAttiah/status/1150426270510931969

    https://twitter.com/KarenAttiah/status/1150431751811977217

    Thanks.

  29. I think the Donald just triggered the proggtards. Pass the popcorn and enjoy the hysteria.

  30. I think Trump fumbled it a bit, he should have made it clearer that the tweet was directed at Somali born Omar, a world level ingrate rescued by the US from the world’s most failed state. This gave the left an opening to attack him.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    No, there's no opening, and none needed. When Trump says "hello" our heroic journalists cry. This mess follows pretty closely to AOC being caught faking a photo op. The only attacks with traction are on the fringier than thou caucus.
  31. Darkstream 430: They have to go back!

  32. It’s not politically correct to say. But Trump has done another nice job of a win-win proposition against his political enemies. Either you accept the reframing to some extent — yes, the U.S. is not perfect, and our history has been less than ideal at times – but it’s still better than most other countries, and that’s why people are still coming here. If that idea gives you the shakes then you can argue that Trump’s a racist and his wife and probably mother were illegal immigrants too — and look like a fool to 85% of the country.

    BTW, not sure why my computer suggested the A-O-K. emoticon. This AI is getting so good it’s getting scary:

    👌

    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
    "yes, the U.S. is not perfect, and our history has been less than ideal at times "

    Today's award for the Mount Rushmore of understatements goes to Chief Seattle.
  33. Trump versus Ilhan Omar is a matchup Trump should take every time. Look at the Dems’ internal polling.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1151129281919102976
    , @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/AOC/status/1151146354699317248
  34. Axis of Shevil

    Something, something Paul McCartney married Nancy Shevell and . . . something.

  35. It was a brilliant move by Trump. It creates a timeout in Pelosi’s feud with “the squad”–(her attempt to publicly distance herself from the most idiotic congresswomen) and forces her back into bed with them, which hurts The Dems.

    • Agree: Alden
  36. e says:

    Perfectly reasonable tweets and most Americans recognize that: we don’t believe those that wish to tear down our country should be allowed to come here.

    Tucker Carlson has been doing one show after the other on the stupidity of inviting those who hate you to come here and the insanity of electing such a person to office.

    Trump just said it, as is his wont, more bluntly. I’m sure he wishes to be even MORE blunt but he is containing himself otherwise he’d have tweeted, “From a shithole to a great country and you don’t even appreciate it. Don’t like it here: go back to your crapper and fix it.”

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    The underlying point - that they’d do far more good in their own countries than brain drained and mismatched here - is about as truly progressive as one can get.

    Many of the best and brightest whites from heartland America have already figured it out and are staying close to home.

    , @jack daniels
    America's problem is not the immigrant who comes here and doesn't appreciate our country, or who comes here and tries to harm us, but our own native-born elite, most of whom can trace their ancestry back to eastern Europe. Whupping up on a few loose cannon rag-heads is typical Trumpian bread and circuses for the yobs who voted for him, such as myself. I know better now and I'll never respect the guy until he builds the wall, makes friends with Putin, and tells Bibi to go f*ck himself.
  37. Anonymous[385] • Disclaimer says:

    I’m not seeing the 4d chess in this one Donald.

    • Replies: @e
    LOL. It's not 4D. (Yeah, those folks crack me up.)

    POTUS saw an opportunity and couldn't let it pass.

    Those two uglies from Minnesota need as much camera time as Gums Cortez so that when the word "Democrat" is said, those 3 images and the mouths that belong to them are all Americans "see."
  38. @JohnnyWalker123
    From the perspective of the Alt-Right, the problem with Trump is this.

    On the one hand, Trump appears to have genuine animus to non-whites and immigrants. He seems to enjoy mocking and belittling them. He's pugnacious and willing to "throw down" with the diversity coalition. He probably inherited these instincts from his father Fred Trump (who apparently used to participate in early 20th century KKK brawls).

    On the other Trump is a BUSINESSMAN. As a BUSINESSMAN, he supports whatever is good for his business (and the businesses of his friends and campaign contributors).

    Perhaps not surprisingly, Trump hires foreign visa holders to work on his golf courses. In the past (as far back as the 80s), he hired illegal aliens. He recently supported an expansion of the low-skilled visa program that his Trump golf courses extensively utilize.

    BUSINESSMEN, in general, are extremely supportive of mass migration. Migration boosts real estate prices, increases consumer spending, loosens the labor market, and lowers wages. BUSINESSMEN have always been in favor of mass migration and always will be.

    Back during the late 1800s and early 1900s, WASP BUSINESSMEN (many of whom were openly racist, nativist, Nordic supremacist, and anti-Catholic) imported huge numbers of migrants from Italy, Ireland, Greece, Eastern Europe, China, and Japan. Why? It's because the immigrants were willing to work for pitiful wages and endure hazardous working conditions. So the WASP oligarchs held their nose and brought in the unwashed masses of Dublin.

    Even further back in time, the White Southern plantation owners (who were definitely NOT liberal on racial issues) wanted to keep importing Black slaves. They also wanted to expand slavery up North. Why? They thought it made sense financially. To them, corporate profits mattered more than perserving White racial domination of America.

    Even in countries in which immigration is low (like America from 1930s-1970s), BUSINESSMEN encourage domestic migration to undercut the wages of the locals. For example, back during the 30s, California growers brought in lots of cheap Okie labor.

    So a BUSINESSMAN like Trump (who said wages were "too high" back in 2015) naturally likes mass migration. It's financially beneficial to him and his friends.

    That's the ultimate reason why all the immigration restrictionists in the Trump administration (Sessions, Miller, Bannonn) and his various anti-immigration allies (Coulter, Kobach) can't get him to institute an immigration moratorium. It's also why Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner (who is also apart of family of BUSINESSMEN) has been so influential in convicing him to expand legal "skilled" migration.

    From the perspective of the Alt-Right, the problem with Trump is this

    driving the left insane will eventually come to be seen as the most useful thing he could do.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    Bush spent a lot of time driving the left insane with the Iraq War. In the end, what did that amount to?

    If Trump doesn't do something to significantly reduce legal and illegal immigration, then his presidency is ultimately a failure.

    By the way, where's the wall?
  39. @fish
    Love him or hate him, you still have to appreciate the guy for putting another firecracker down the progressive termite mound!

    I am quite sure Donald Trump only felt safe attacking Omar because she is now a public enemy of AIPAC and the Zionist BIG DONORS, which outweighs her POC status. It was a TYPICALLY cowardly attack by Trump, a dog whistle to Adelson & Co. Trump is talking tough only because he has the 600 pound bodyguard/ godfathers Adelson, Singer, and Marcus, not to mention SAINT BIBI looking on from the wings, smiling and nodding.
    What about all those Polish Jews who came here and immediatly joined the CPUSA? I wish someone would get Trump’s opinion on THEM. Or JONATHAN POLLARD. Trump would send a drone after any reporter who asked him on camera.

    • LOL: IHTG
  40. Some troll who was hogging Trump’s timeline over this tweet inadvertently tweeted the truth in one of his numerous replies. However, I don’t think he realized it.

    In the 2nd tweet he admits America was Great in the 1950s. We agree. We’d sure love those 1950s demographics about now.

  41. @BenKenobi
    Good to catch a glimpse of Canpaign Trump here and there.

    Also — that these four women are in Congress is not an endorsement of them, but an indictment on what America has become.

    Not America, just their snobby, Superzip, would-be post-American, world-ruling woke white supremacist districts.

  42. @JohnnyWalker123
    From the perspective of the Alt-Right, the problem with Trump is this.

    On the one hand, Trump appears to have genuine animus to non-whites and immigrants. He seems to enjoy mocking and belittling them. He's pugnacious and willing to "throw down" with the diversity coalition. He probably inherited these instincts from his father Fred Trump (who apparently used to participate in early 20th century KKK brawls).

    On the other Trump is a BUSINESSMAN. As a BUSINESSMAN, he supports whatever is good for his business (and the businesses of his friends and campaign contributors).

    Perhaps not surprisingly, Trump hires foreign visa holders to work on his golf courses. In the past (as far back as the 80s), he hired illegal aliens. He recently supported an expansion of the low-skilled visa program that his Trump golf courses extensively utilize.

    BUSINESSMEN, in general, are extremely supportive of mass migration. Migration boosts real estate prices, increases consumer spending, loosens the labor market, and lowers wages. BUSINESSMEN have always been in favor of mass migration and always will be.

    Back during the late 1800s and early 1900s, WASP BUSINESSMEN (many of whom were openly racist, nativist, Nordic supremacist, and anti-Catholic) imported huge numbers of migrants from Italy, Ireland, Greece, Eastern Europe, China, and Japan. Why? It's because the immigrants were willing to work for pitiful wages and endure hazardous working conditions. So the WASP oligarchs held their nose and brought in the unwashed masses of Dublin.

    Even further back in time, the White Southern plantation owners (who were definitely NOT liberal on racial issues) wanted to keep importing Black slaves. They also wanted to expand slavery up North. Why? They thought it made sense financially. To them, corporate profits mattered more than perserving White racial domination of America.

    Even in countries in which immigration is low (like America from 1930s-1970s), BUSINESSMEN encourage domestic migration to undercut the wages of the locals. For example, back during the 30s, California growers brought in lots of cheap Okie labor.

    So a BUSINESSMAN like Trump (who said wages were "too high" back in 2015) naturally likes mass migration. It's financially beneficial to him and his friends.

    That's the ultimate reason why all the immigration restrictionists in the Trump administration (Sessions, Miller, Bannonn) and his various anti-immigration allies (Coulter, Kobach) can't get him to institute an immigration moratorium. It's also why Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner (who is also apart of family of BUSINESSMEN) has been so influential in convicing him to expand legal "skilled" migration.

    Strongly disagree. Trump is over 70 and President now and in position where he can afford to ignore the staffing needs of his business interests in order to keep his campaign promises and go down as an important president. I refuse to believe he is acting from business motives at this point, except to the extent that decades of practice might have made it instinctual for him. Even if that’s so, he has ears and can hear the counter-arguments, and realize they are grounded in his own advertized premises and promises.
    I think Trump simply lacks courage and faith in the appeal of his platform. In that respect he is no different from every other Republican fake conservative who has sold us out.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910

    I think Trump simply lacks courage and faith in the appeal of his platform.
     
    I think Trump enjoys over-promising and under-delivering.
  43. The Axis of Evil vs the Axis of Shrivel.

  44. @e
    Perfectly reasonable tweets and most Americans recognize that: we don't believe those that wish to tear down our country should be allowed to come here.

    Tucker Carlson has been doing one show after the other on the stupidity of inviting those who hate you to come here and the insanity of electing such a person to office.

    Trump just said it, as is his wont, more bluntly. I'm sure he wishes to be even MORE blunt but he is containing himself otherwise he'd have tweeted, "From a shithole to a great country and you don't even appreciate it. Don't like it here: go back to your crapper and fix it."

    The underlying point – that they’d do far more good in their own countries than brain drained and mismatched here – is about as truly progressive as one can get.

    Many of the best and brightest whites from heartland America have already figured it out and are staying close to home.

    • Replies: @e
    But of course we all know they'd not try to change their own countries even if that were possible.

    They're nothing more than attention whores. As long as someone foots the advertising bill for people like these three, it's not impossible for more and more unknowns with big mouths and a desire for celebrity to pull upsets in some congressional districts where many incumbents have gotten lazy.
  45. e says:
    @Anonymous
    I'm not seeing the 4d chess in this one Donald.

    LOL. It’s not 4D. (Yeah, those folks crack me up.)

    POTUS saw an opportunity and couldn’t let it pass.

    Those two uglies from Minnesota need as much camera time as Gums Cortez so that when the word “Democrat” is said, those 3 images and the mouths that belong to them are all Americans “see.”

  46. @MEH 0910
    https://www.azquotes.com/picture-quotes/quote-never-interrupt-your-enemy-when-he-is-making-a-mistake-napoleon-bonaparte-3-12-97.jpg

    Never waste an opportunity to magnify the mistakes of enemy.

  47. @e
    Perfectly reasonable tweets and most Americans recognize that: we don't believe those that wish to tear down our country should be allowed to come here.

    Tucker Carlson has been doing one show after the other on the stupidity of inviting those who hate you to come here and the insanity of electing such a person to office.

    Trump just said it, as is his wont, more bluntly. I'm sure he wishes to be even MORE blunt but he is containing himself otherwise he'd have tweeted, "From a shithole to a great country and you don't even appreciate it. Don't like it here: go back to your crapper and fix it."

    America’s problem is not the immigrant who comes here and doesn’t appreciate our country, or who comes here and tries to harm us, but our own native-born elite, most of whom can trace their ancestry back to eastern Europe. Whupping up on a few loose cannon rag-heads is typical Trumpian bread and circuses for the yobs who voted for him, such as myself. I know better now and I’ll never respect the guy until he builds the wall, makes friends with Putin, and tells Bibi to go f*ck himself.

  48. @MEH 0910
    https://www.azquotes.com/picture-quotes/quote-never-interrupt-your-enemy-when-he-is-making-a-mistake-napoleon-bonaparte-3-12-97.jpg

    Never fear! The GOP will be sure to do so. For they have learned nothing and forgotten nothing.

  49. @Andy
    I think Trump fumbled it a bit, he should have made it clearer that the tweet was directed at Somali born Omar, a world level ingrate rescued by the US from the world's most failed state. This gave the left an opening to attack him.

    No, there’s no opening, and none needed. When Trump says “hello” our heroic journalists cry. This mess follows pretty closely to AOC being caught faking a photo op. The only attacks with traction are on the fringier than thou caucus.

    • Agree: BenKenobi
  50. lol White knighting Nancy P:

    >So sad to see the Democrats sticking up for people who speak so badly of our Country and who, in addition, hate Israel with a true and unbridled passion. Whenever confronted, they call their adversaries, including Nancy Pelosi, “RACIST.” Their disgusting language…..<

  51. e says:
    @Desiderius
    The underlying point - that they’d do far more good in their own countries than brain drained and mismatched here - is about as truly progressive as one can get.

    Many of the best and brightest whites from heartland America have already figured it out and are staying close to home.

    But of course we all know they’d not try to change their own countries even if that were possible.

    They’re nothing more than attention whores. As long as someone foots the advertising bill for people like these three, it’s not impossible for more and more unknowns with big mouths and a desire for celebrity to pull upsets in some congressional districts where many incumbents have gotten lazy.

  52. @notanon

    From the perspective of the Alt-Right, the problem with Trump is this
     
    driving the left insane will eventually come to be seen as the most useful thing he could do.

    Bush spent a lot of time driving the left insane with the Iraq War. In the end, what did that amount to?

    If Trump doesn’t do something to significantly reduce legal and illegal immigration, then his presidency is ultimately a failure.

    By the way, where’s the wall?

    • Agree: MEH 0910
    • Replies: @Twodees Partain
    As I recall, W spent most of his time struggling with his own mental retardation while the left carried on in its usual insane fashion. In the end, it amounted to more power for Israel. At least, that's the way I remember it.
    , @Anonymousse
    Yep. A lot of us have realized that Trump isn’t at all serious about saving America from demographic collapse... but stuff like this makes it entirely worth voting for him unless and until a better alternative comes along.

    At least we can have a few yuks before madmax sets in.
  53. This

    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1036201.Crowdie_and_Cream_and_Other_Stories

    probably is as close as you can get to beginning to understand the early life of DJT’s mother. Maybe I’m naive but the notion that some of Mary Ann McLeod’s values didn’t get passed onto some at least of the next generation seems implausible.

  54. @Anonymous

    Global Opinions editor, @WashingtonPost | Ghanaian. Nigerian. American.
     
    (In that order)

    | Aspiring martial artist | #JamalKhashoggi
     
    https://twitter.com/KarenAttiah/status/1150426270510931969

    https://twitter.com/KarenAttiah/status/1150431751811977217

    “dogwhistling snipes”

    One of the worst mixed metaphors I’ve seen in awhile. Also, I don’t think telling Omar and her ilk to “go back” to their sh*t hole countries is a “dogwhistle.” It seems pretty direct and to the point.

    The Democrats are trying hard to re-brand MAGA as “make America white again.” The problem is that a majority of Americans might decide that doesn’t sound like such a bad idea.

    • Agree: jack daniels
    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    The Democrats are trying hard to re-brand MAGA as “make America white again.” The problem is that a majority of Americans might decide that doesn’t sound like such a bad idea.

    Agree, especially as the implication is that Democrats want to make America majority non-white. As has been shown in studies, informing whites that they are heading toward minority status alarms many who had not previously given the matter much thought.
  55. @indocon
    Actually this is a very smart move for Trump, just this morning before his tweet storm, a democratic internal poll was released which showed the 4 gal squad having 9% approval rating in swing districts which Dems won from Reps. I bet this was a set up by the Democratic establishment to start shutting group down, until Trump comes waging in. Now there is no way these 4 go away from the main stage til 2020, and I bet they don't get any more popular in swing districts.

    This is plain 2D chess.

    He is double daring them to have omar and cortex being given prime time speech slots at the 2020 Democratic convention. They can call him a meanie with tears running down their cheeks. It would be hilarious to see the focus group analysis of this scenario strategy.

    • Replies: @houston 1992
    I assume the plan to primary them has had to be postponed.
    If 75% of Dem donor money originates in Jews, how can they not see that the COTF is too unstable, too anti Israel to be an object of support.....

    Nancy may buy some peace for a while, but at the price of a primetime speaking slot.
    , @jack daniels
    What you folks keep forgetting is that the Dems aren't playing to the level-headed moderately educated middle class white guy, but to their "Rainbow Coaltion." Stuff that makes them look bad in the eyes of the average WASP are not going to cost them the election unless they also turn off Rainbow stripers.
  56. @Kylie
    Lol! I wasn't aware that the Axis of Shevil, white supremacy or an act of God was able to silence women of color.

    Nothing nothing silences WOC as anyone who’s ever worked with them knows. The C doesn’t stand for color by the way.

    • Agree: Kylie
  57. @Paul
    "Rather than attack Members of Congress, he should work with us for humane immigration policy that reflects American values."


    Nancy, is illegal immigration an American value or a Democrat Party value? And get out of that walled mansion in San Francisco and take a look at the Americans living on the streets there.

    She and Paul have made their fortune in illegal Hispanic hotel restaurant and farm workers.

    There needs to be an ICE raid on some of the Pelosi vineyards and businesses.

  58. @Chief Seattle
    It's not politically correct to say. But Trump has done another nice job of a win-win proposition against his political enemies. Either you accept the reframing to some extent -- yes, the U.S. is not perfect, and our history has been less than ideal at times - but it's still better than most other countries, and that's why people are still coming here. If that idea gives you the shakes then you can argue that Trump's a racist and his wife and probably mother were illegal immigrants too -- and look like a fool to 85% of the country.

    BTW, not sure why my computer suggested the A-O-K. emoticon. This AI is getting so good it's getting scary:

    👌

    “yes, the U.S. is not perfect, and our history has been less than ideal at times ”

    Today’s award for the Mount Rushmore of understatements goes to Chief Seattle.

  59. @JohnnyWalker123
    Bush spent a lot of time driving the left insane with the Iraq War. In the end, what did that amount to?

    If Trump doesn't do something to significantly reduce legal and illegal immigration, then his presidency is ultimately a failure.

    By the way, where's the wall?

    As I recall, W spent most of his time struggling with his own mental retardation while the left carried on in its usual insane fashion. In the end, it amounted to more power for Israel. At least, that’s the way I remember it.

  60. Incredible comment by Trump in this day and age. Something that would have come out of Archie Bunker’s mouth almost 50 year ago and been somewhat controversial even then. Of course Bunker was a fictional character invented by liberals to mock conservative Americans.
    It’s stuff like this that keeps his supporters engaged and coming back for more despite that fact that he has mostly betrayed them on every 2016 campaign promise.
    This willingness to speak taboo incontrovertible facts is what makes him unique in politics at this level.
    It’s also a reason why despite richly deserving to be voted out for his inept handling of the invasion he may yet be re-elected.

  61. Anon[645] • Disclaimer says:
    @Wilkey
    The philosophy of the Democratic Party seems to be that we have to let anyone from any (non-white) country come here, because (non-whites) aren't capable of running their own countries, and we can't send them back because the countries they come from are, um, not-quite-shitholes.

    And once they get here it would be horrible for us to expect for these people who can't run their own countries to assimilate by adopting the behaviors of people who do know how to run our own countries. So instead we need to encourage them to vote and run for office so that the people from not-quite-shithole countries can teach us how to run a country.

    Or something like that.

    And once they get here it would be horrible for us to expect for these people who can’t run their own countries to assimilate by adopting the behaviors of people who do know how to run our own countries.

    Morbidly obese, opiate addicted deadbeats who can’t do anything besides lose their limbs and lives in pointless Mideast wars aren’t people who know how to run anything.

    • Replies: @Mr McKenna
    Nor do such people run anything, nitwit. Now run along; grown-ups are talking.
    , @bomag

    ...aren’t people who know how to run anything.
     
    Troll, but maybe some examination is due.

    My local Ilhan Omar is doing her thing; angling for public office and filling slots with her people (who usually do nothing when they're not shooting an innocent), while lecturing about the evils of America. But when it comes time to run a civic event, she makes a point to ask the Anglo and Teutonic types to come over and run the thing. Ilhan and crew usually can't get it off the ground; when they do, there are a bunch of fights and someone runs off with the gate/concession money.

    The Anglos and Teutons drop the ball at the higher levels of political participation, ceding too much ground to outsiders.
  62. @Peripatetic Commenter


    For all his flaws and shortcomings, he is still the greatest president of the last 179 years.

    "You can’t leave fast enough."

    Amazing rhetoric. The President has spoken. They have to go back. And that crashing sound you just heard was the Overton Window being shattered into pieces.
     
    http://voxday.blogspot.com/2019/07/a-crack-in-civnattery.html

    Bill [email protected]
    The president has once again (but even more obviously than usual) made clear his unapologetic bigotry, nativism and racism. Are GOP leaders, donors and voters still fine with re-nominating Donald Trump for president? Do they really believe the Republican Party can do no better?

    You have to go back too, Bill.

    http://voxday.blogspot.com/2019/07/a-crack-in-civnattery.html

    • Replies: @Unladen Swallow
    Why is Kristol trying to curry favor with the lunatic left? Memo to Kristol, they hate you too. Hey Bill, since you love Israel so much more than you love this country, why don't leave here and go live there, it's a win-win for us and you ( Although not necessarily for Israel ).
  63. @jack daniels
    Strongly disagree. Trump is over 70 and President now and in position where he can afford to ignore the staffing needs of his business interests in order to keep his campaign promises and go down as an important president. I refuse to believe he is acting from business motives at this point, except to the extent that decades of practice might have made it instinctual for him. Even if that's so, he has ears and can hear the counter-arguments, and realize they are grounded in his own advertized premises and promises.
    I think Trump simply lacks courage and faith in the appeal of his platform. In that respect he is no different from every other Republican fake conservative who has sold us out.

    I think Trump simply lacks courage and faith in the appeal of his platform.

    I think Trump enjoys over-promising and under-delivering.

    • Replies: @MBlanc46
    I hope that he enjoys it. He does enough of it.
    , @Desiderius
    He enjoys overpromising so much that delivering never really enters his mind. As long as he's promising what we want on the opposition is promising to destroy us that does happen to be enough.
  64. maybe Trump will actually do something about the brown hordes. but who knows.

    summer 2019 and the country is clearly slipping. the battle lines are emerging such that even normal people can see that something very serious is happening.

    america is about to tip over and start sinking under the waves. these are the last days to do anything about it politically.

  65. @fish
    Love him or hate him, you still have to appreciate the guy for putting another firecracker down the progressive termite mound!

    Evil Orange Cheeto Man white-knighting for San Fran Nan (“She’s not a racist! She’s not!!!”) is too funny. Now that is really kicking his bespoke jackboots into the intersectional hornet’s nest.

  66. @MEH 0910

    I think Trump simply lacks courage and faith in the appeal of his platform.
     
    I think Trump enjoys over-promising and under-delivering.

    I hope that he enjoys it. He does enough of it.

  67. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/IlhanMN/status/1150456031694245888

    Can someone please ask Congressperson Omar when RFK gushed that effusive endorsement of multi-culti tolerance and diversity. How soon afterwards was he gunned down by Mr. Sirhan Sirhan?

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    Google tells me RFK delivered that progressive platitude on July 1, 1963. He was assassinated on
    June 6, 1968 by the Palestinian immigrant Sirhan Sirhan, who by the way is still alive at age 72, living at taxpayer expense.

    Tasteless old joke:
    Q: Robert Kennedy was killed by Sirhan Sirhan, but who killed David Kennedy?
    A: Syringe Syringe.
  68. @MEH 0910
    https://www.azquotes.com/picture-quotes/quote-never-interrupt-your-enemy-when-he-is-making-a-mistake-napoleon-bonaparte-3-12-97.jpg

    Putting the brown naggers in their place (freshman reps) was not a mistake, it’s something Pelosi had to do – for her party, not her country or constituents.

    Trump made that harder.

    • Agree: JimDandy
    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    "The Squad" dropping the mask too soon and showing what their intentions are when they get numerically superior is a mistake. It's a Democrat normie wake-up call that Trump shouldn't distract from. Let the Democratic intra-party feud play out.
  69. @MEH 0910

    I think Trump simply lacks courage and faith in the appeal of his platform.
     
    I think Trump enjoys over-promising and under-delivering.

    He enjoys overpromising so much that delivering never really enters his mind. As long as he’s promising what we want on the opposition is promising to destroy us that does happen to be enough.

  70. Axis of Shevil: Excellent. Will it catch on?

    Putting them in their place by any means necessary.

    Does she know the background of this expression? If a white guy used a similarly loaded expression, we’d be reading explainers right and left about how he’s a racist, violent terrorist.

  71. @Hypnotoad666

    Bill [email protected]
    The president has once again (but even more obviously than usual) made clear his unapologetic bigotry, nativism and racism. Are GOP leaders, donors and voters still fine with re-nominating Donald Trump for president? Do they really believe the Republican Party can do no better?

    You have to go back too, Bill.
     

     
    http://voxday.blogspot.com/2019/07/a-crack-in-civnattery.html

    Why is Kristol trying to curry favor with the lunatic left? Memo to Kristol, they hate you too. Hey Bill, since you love Israel so much more than you love this country, why don’t leave here and go live there, it’s a win-win for us and you ( Although not necessarily for Israel ).

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    The lunatic left? It's Boomers left, right, and center (including Steve and Hinderaker - Mirengoff seems to finally be getting it lately) who are shitting their pants over Trump's tweets (again).
  72. @fish
    Love him or hate him, you still have to appreciate the guy for putting another firecracker down the progressive termite mound!

    No. I’m tired of the BS.

    All Trump does is run his huge mouth without producing any real results. What is Trump doing to stop the H-1b? Restrict legal immigration? Build the wall?

    So what if he bullies Congress members for being non-white/immigrant? If he can’t back up the bullying with actual action on immigration, who cares?

    • Agree: MEH 0910
    • Replies: @newrouter
    I know that you want Trump to make the Sun rise in the West, I'll settle for him taking AOC /etal down a few notches in her battle with Nancy P.
    , @bomag
    He's better than a factor of ten than the next typical Republican nat'l leaders, e.g. W Bush, McCain, Romney.
  73. @simple_pseudonymic_handle
    He is double daring them to have omar and cortex being given prime time speech slots at the 2020 Democratic convention. They can call him a meanie with tears running down their cheeks. It would be hilarious to see the focus group analysis of this scenario strategy.

    I assume the plan to primary them has had to be postponed.
    If 75% of Dem donor money originates in Jews, how can they not see that the COTF is too unstable, too anti Israel to be an object of support…..

    Nancy may buy some peace for a while, but at the price of a primetime speaking slot.

  74. @Unladen Swallow
    Why is Kristol trying to curry favor with the lunatic left? Memo to Kristol, they hate you too. Hey Bill, since you love Israel so much more than you love this country, why don't leave here and go live there, it's a win-win for us and you ( Although not necessarily for Israel ).

    The lunatic left? It’s Boomers left, right, and center (including Steve and Hinderaker – Mirengoff seems to finally be getting it lately) who are shitting their pants over Trump’s tweets (again).

  75. @JohnnyWalker123
    No. I'm tired of the BS.

    All Trump does is run his huge mouth without producing any real results. What is Trump doing to stop the H-1b? Restrict legal immigration? Build the wall?

    So what if he bullies Congress members for being non-white/immigrant? If he can't back up the bullying with actual action on immigration, who cares?

    I know that you want Trump to make the Sun rise in the West, I’ll settle for him taking AOC /etal down a few notches in her battle with Nancy P.

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    President Ann Coulter would have built the wall.
  76. @JohnnyWalker123
    Bush spent a lot of time driving the left insane with the Iraq War. In the end, what did that amount to?

    If Trump doesn't do something to significantly reduce legal and illegal immigration, then his presidency is ultimately a failure.

    By the way, where's the wall?

    Yep. A lot of us have realized that Trump isn’t at all serious about saving America from demographic collapse… but stuff like this makes it entirely worth voting for him unless and until a better alternative comes along.

    At least we can have a few yuks before madmax sets in.

  77. @anon

    Karen Attiah

    @KarenAttiah
    What people need to see in this newly formed @maureendowd /@SpeakerPelosi / @realDonaldTrump axis of shevil is that white supremacy relies on dismissing, silencing, and undermining women of color.

    Putting them in their place by any means necessary.
     
    White supremacists mansplaining things to women of color in Beckystan.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WHtLNWkPsZ0

    When all you have are stones, every problem begins to look like an adulteress

    • LOL: bomag
  78. @BenKenobi
    Good to catch a glimpse of Canpaign Trump here and there.

    Also — that these four women are in Congress is not an endorsement of them, but an indictment on what America has become.

    All this continuous shrieking from Pelosi, AOC and Omar — not to mention the rest of the DNC, the GOPe and the dinosaur media — is simply the clamor of them all trying to escape as the gaudy temple comes crashing down around them, with a golden-haired septuagenarian Samson as the bringer of their fate.

  79. Anonymous[422] • Disclaimer says:
    @Desiderius
    He’s taking the side of patriotic American blacks against the Yonni-come-lately browns trying to horn in on their territory, meanwhile putting the squeeze on Pelosi who wants to take any side but the one Trump’s forcing her into.

    Is Steve criticizing Trump in this post?

    In other words: Let all Democrats put aside their petty squabbles over Who Is More Intersectional than Whom and unite in hating the Great White Male, Emmanuel Trumpenstein!

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    Steve’s rarely that straightforward. He’s also more focused on the Ds than Trump. That said he’s pretty skeptical that Trump is playing 4d chess here.

    I happen to agree. He’s not playing at all. He’s telling it exactly like it is. A lot of grandchildren and historians will be asking why he was so alone in doing so.

    Best have a good answer ready.
  80. @Anon

    And once they get here it would be horrible for us to expect for these people who can’t run their own countries to assimilate by adopting the behaviors of people who do know how to run our own countries.
     
    Morbidly obese, opiate addicted deadbeats who can't do anything besides lose their limbs and lives in pointless Mideast wars aren't people who know how to run anything.

    Nor do such people run anything, nitwit. Now run along; grown-ups are talking.

  81. Pelosi has been tasked by the Democratic Donor Class to bring the Broad Squad to heel. The Squad threaten the Donor Class’ economic interests not to mention the issue of Israel which is a serious red line as the Donor Class will accept no wavering from a policy of unconditional support. The Squad preach a form of racial identitarianism / victimology which suffice to say is not very popular in flyover country. Squadist elements are pushing for the destruction of the mural in SF for example. The Squad / Donor Class beef is also an example of the shaky Democratic coalition between a highly educated wealthy urban bourgeoisie and a struggling, racially diverse proletariat.

    The Republicans had a similar split in 2016 between wealthy Conservatives and working class Nationalists. In the end the Conservatives maintained control of policy but occasionally a bit of Nationalist rhetoric gets offered up to appease the GOP working class voters. There will probably be a similar compromise with the Dems; the Donor Class will never lose control of policy.

    Trump has handled this brilliantly. Through misdirection he wants to reinforce the Squad by coming to Pelosi’s defense. Proclaiming Pelosi was not a racist was expert level trolling. Now attacking the Squad in a manner no right-thinking Democrat can accept is ensuring Squad supremacy for the coming months. Democrats and the media did the same thing with Trump back in 2016, pushing him forward in the primaries since they were sure he would lose in the main election. Is Trump making a similar mistake with the Broad Squad?

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    Final joke will on us when the AOC-Omar ticket wins the 2020 election and the Constitutional 35 age limit and native-born clauses are swept away.
  82. @Torn and Frayed
    Pelosi has been tasked by the Democratic Donor Class to bring the Broad Squad to heel. The Squad threaten the Donor Class’ economic interests not to mention the issue of Israel which is a serious red line as the Donor Class will accept no wavering from a policy of unconditional support. The Squad preach a form of racial identitarianism / victimology which suffice to say is not very popular in flyover country. Squadist elements are pushing for the destruction of the mural in SF for example. The Squad / Donor Class beef is also an example of the shaky Democratic coalition between a highly educated wealthy urban bourgeoisie and a struggling, racially diverse proletariat.

    The Republicans had a similar split in 2016 between wealthy Conservatives and working class Nationalists. In the end the Conservatives maintained control of policy but occasionally a bit of Nationalist rhetoric gets offered up to appease the GOP working class voters. There will probably be a similar compromise with the Dems; the Donor Class will never lose control of policy.

    Trump has handled this brilliantly. Through misdirection he wants to reinforce the Squad by coming to Pelosi’s defense. Proclaiming Pelosi was not a racist was expert level trolling. Now attacking the Squad in a manner no right-thinking Democrat can accept is ensuring Squad supremacy for the coming months. Democrats and the media did the same thing with Trump back in 2016, pushing him forward in the primaries since they were sure he would lose in the main election. Is Trump making a similar mistake with the Broad Squad?

    Final joke will on us when the AOC-Omar ticket wins the 2020 election and the Constitutional 35 age limit and native-born clauses are swept away.

    • Replies: @Abolish_public_education
    Native-borns are a catastrophe.

    We should at least carve out an exception for immigrants from former Eastern bloc countries, especially Russians.

    The ones that I’ve met, over the years, were all very clear about how/why their former countries were basket cases, and in expressing their frustration with how the US was trying to emulate them.
    , @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Final joke will be on us when …
     
    Are you kidding? That’s when the real ‘fun’ begins.

    Totally unrelated: Tell me you have an Arrowhead or Big Bear fireproof bug-out bunker. No? WTF Steve. Learn from Fred the rabbit:

    http://www.unz.com/isteve/rabbit-vs-raptor-update/

  83. @Anon

    And once they get here it would be horrible for us to expect for these people who can’t run their own countries to assimilate by adopting the behaviors of people who do know how to run our own countries.
     
    Morbidly obese, opiate addicted deadbeats who can't do anything besides lose their limbs and lives in pointless Mideast wars aren't people who know how to run anything.

    …aren’t people who know how to run anything.

    Troll, but maybe some examination is due.

    My local Ilhan Omar is doing her thing; angling for public office and filling slots with her people (who usually do nothing when they’re not shooting an innocent), while lecturing about the evils of America. But when it comes time to run a civic event, she makes a point to ask the Anglo and Teutonic types to come over and run the thing. Ilhan and crew usually can’t get it off the ground; when they do, there are a bunch of fights and someone runs off with the gate/concession money.

    The Anglos and Teutons drop the ball at the higher levels of political participation, ceding too much ground to outsiders.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    Nobody is dropping the ball. The brains behind AOC is a full-fledged Aryan (he even likes to wear t-shirts of Hitler admirers) with a plan to take over first the party then what’s left of your country.

    You’re not part of that plan. I seem to recall that Dayton blurted out something similar. Likewise from Vichy French recently. Just because you’ve ceded power don’t kid yourself that everyone has.

  84. @JohnnyWalker123
    No. I'm tired of the BS.

    All Trump does is run his huge mouth without producing any real results. What is Trump doing to stop the H-1b? Restrict legal immigration? Build the wall?

    So what if he bullies Congress members for being non-white/immigrant? If he can't back up the bullying with actual action on immigration, who cares?

    He’s better than a factor of ten than the next typical Republican nat’l leaders, e.g. W Bush, McCain, Romney.

  85. @Hypnotoad666

    "dogwhistling snipes"
     
    One of the worst mixed metaphors I've seen in awhile. Also, I don't think telling Omar and her ilk to "go back" to their sh*t hole countries is a "dogwhistle." It seems pretty direct and to the point.

    The Democrats are trying hard to re-brand MAGA as "make America white again." The problem is that a majority of Americans might decide that doesn't sound like such a bad idea.

    The Democrats are trying hard to re-brand MAGA as “make America white again.” The problem is that a majority of Americans might decide that doesn’t sound like such a bad idea.

    Agree, especially as the implication is that Democrats want to make America majority non-white. As has been shown in studies, informing whites that they are heading toward minority status alarms many who had not previously given the matter much thought.

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
    Yeah, and I saw another article saying "If you still support Trump ,you're a racist".

    I believe the intent of the article is to cause people to stop supporting Trump since they don't want to be associated with the racists. But, I believe the opposite is starting to happen - people will say "Gee, well what Trump said is right, and I DO still support him. I guess being a racist is okay".

    If you repeat a message often enough, it may become true... Trump supporters are racist... White people are racist... White supremacy is a real thing in America... Right-Wing terrorists are a big threat...

    Careful what you wish for, Dems.
  86. @Buck Ransom
    Can someone please ask Congressperson Omar when RFK gushed that effusive endorsement of multi-culti tolerance and diversity. How soon afterwards was he gunned down by Mr. Sirhan Sirhan?

    Google tells me RFK delivered that progressive platitude on July 1, 1963. He was assassinated on
    June 6, 1968 by the Palestinian immigrant Sirhan Sirhan, who by the way is still alive at age 72, living at taxpayer expense.

    Tasteless old joke:
    Q: Robert Kennedy was killed by Sirhan Sirhan, but who killed David Kennedy?
    A: Syringe Syringe.

  87. @Desiderius
    Putting the brown naggers in their place (freshman reps) was not a mistake, it's something Pelosi had to do - for her party, not her country or constituents.

    Trump made that harder.

    “The Squad” dropping the mask too soon and showing what their intentions are when they get numerically superior is a mistake. It’s a Democrat normie wake-up call that Trump shouldn’t distract from. Let the Democratic intra-party feud play out.

  88. @Paul
    I agree that the call for importing more cheap, skilled labor into the United States is something of a scam. It drives down the cost of labor for business and means not having to educate and train American workers.

    Are you better off when your barista can brew your latte for $15 per hour, or $12?

    Or maybe you think that the $7 latte, at your favorite coffee shop, tastes better than it did when it only cost $6?

    Training US workers is also an expensive proposition. Or maybe you believe that your latte tastes better when it’s ready in 15 minutes instead of 8?

    As for educating US workers, the private sector pays enough (far too much!) in school-related taxes already. Who can blame them for not wanting to pay (again) to teach their workers the 3Rs, especially when they can simply buy a GUI-based, idiot-proof cash register?

    Or maybe you think that your latte tastes better when your barista can do geometry?

  89. @Steve Sailer
    Final joke will on us when the AOC-Omar ticket wins the 2020 election and the Constitutional 35 age limit and native-born clauses are swept away.

    Native-borns are a catastrophe.

    We should at least carve out an exception for immigrants from former Eastern bloc countries, especially Russians.

    The ones that I’ve met, over the years, were all very clear about how/why their former countries were basket cases, and in expressing their frustration with how the US was trying to emulate them.

  90. @newrouter
    I know that you want Trump to make the Sun rise in the West, I'll settle for him taking AOC /etal down a few notches in her battle with Nancy P.

    President Ann Coulter would have built the wall.

  91. @Steve Sailer
    Final joke will on us when the AOC-Omar ticket wins the 2020 election and the Constitutional 35 age limit and native-born clauses are swept away.

    Final joke will be on us when …

    Are you kidding? That’s when the real ‘fun’ begins.

    Totally unrelated: Tell me you have an Arrowhead or Big Bear fireproof bug-out bunker. No? WTF Steve. Learn from Fred the rabbit:

    http://www.unz.com/isteve/rabbit-vs-raptor-update/

    • Replies: @MEH 0910

    Tell me you have an Arrowhead or Big Bear fireproof bug-out bunker.
    No? WTF Steve.
     
    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/w5N2XLzit-E/maxresdefault.jpg
  92. AOC today: “No matter what this president says, this country belongs to you, and it belongs to everyone.”

    • Replies: @Autochthon
    The Pre-American American children, from Bangladesh to Haiti, can now sleep tonight.

    Herewith, my first, 'umble draft for the F.U.S.A.'s national anthem, to be debuted at Kamala the Butcher's inaugeration. In keeping with the irony of the previous anthem's ironic use of the music for "God Save the Queen," my composition is based upon a patriotic tune favoures by the vanquished people as well....

    If tomorrow all the things were done,
    You'd neglected all your lives
    And you got to start again,
    With fifteen children and four wives
    You'd thank WIC and EBT cards,
    To be eating steak each day
    'Cause the statue means invasions,
    They just can't be turned away.
    So be proud to be Pre-American,
    Where medical care is free.
    And please don't forget the drunk who lied,
    Who gave that right to ye
    Now please kindly bend down
    Grab your ankles and accept the buggery
    Join the Negroes and the sodomites:
    Allah ahu – oy vey!

    From the lakes of the Rift Valley,
    To the slums of Bangladesh
    Across the plains of China,
    And northwest Uttar Pradesh
    From Caracas down to Capetown,
    And Haiti to Paraguay
    There's disdain in each Pre-American heart,
    As we hear them scoff and bray:
    That they're proud to be Pre-Americans,
    Who can make the White Man flee
    And they don't forget the men who died,
    On the shores of Normandy
    Fighting with each other
    Like a mass of fools, in internecine wars
    While you bred indiscriminately,
    You know what sex is for!
    So be proud to be Pre-American,
    Where housing and school is free.
    And don't you forget the white gals who vied
    To ensure sterility
    So that you could take up
    Land their unborn sons can't defend from you today
    Now seven billion can defile the land
    While seven drink chardonnay!
  93. @notanon
    Trump is forcing the Pelosi faction to own the Omar faction - pretty funny.

  94. @Harry Baldwin
    The Democrats are trying hard to re-brand MAGA as “make America white again.” The problem is that a majority of Americans might decide that doesn’t sound like such a bad idea.

    Agree, especially as the implication is that Democrats want to make America majority non-white. As has been shown in studies, informing whites that they are heading toward minority status alarms many who had not previously given the matter much thought.

    Yeah, and I saw another article saying “If you still support Trump ,you’re a racist”.

    I believe the intent of the article is to cause people to stop supporting Trump since they don’t want to be associated with the racists. But, I believe the opposite is starting to happen – people will say “Gee, well what Trump said is right, and I DO still support him. I guess being a racist is okay”.

    If you repeat a message often enough, it may become true… Trump supporters are racist… White people are racist… White supremacy is a real thing in America… Right-Wing terrorists are a big threat…

    Careful what you wish for, Dems.

    • Replies: @Thomas
    I can’t think of any significant Republican who hasn’t been smeared as a racist in the last 30 years. That’s been the entire indictment of the Republican Party since Nixon: all closet/crypto-racists hiding evil motives behind “dog whistle” rhetoric.

    It’s a mark of the gullibility and stupidity of many Republicans that they keep falling into the trap of racing to defend or explain themselves every time the media makes the same tired accusation.
  95. The silencing isn’t working too well. These bitches never shut up.

  96. @Jenner Ickham Errican

    Final joke will be on us when …
     
    Are you kidding? That’s when the real ‘fun’ begins.

    Totally unrelated: Tell me you have an Arrowhead or Big Bear fireproof bug-out bunker. No? WTF Steve. Learn from Fred the rabbit:

    http://www.unz.com/isteve/rabbit-vs-raptor-update/

    Tell me you have an Arrowhead or Big Bear fireproof bug-out bunker.
    No? WTF Steve.

  97. @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
    Yeah, and I saw another article saying "If you still support Trump ,you're a racist".

    I believe the intent of the article is to cause people to stop supporting Trump since they don't want to be associated with the racists. But, I believe the opposite is starting to happen - people will say "Gee, well what Trump said is right, and I DO still support him. I guess being a racist is okay".

    If you repeat a message often enough, it may become true... Trump supporters are racist... White people are racist... White supremacy is a real thing in America... Right-Wing terrorists are a big threat...

    Careful what you wish for, Dems.

    I can’t think of any significant Republican who hasn’t been smeared as a racist in the last 30 years. That’s been the entire indictment of the Republican Party since Nixon: all closet/crypto-racists hiding evil motives behind “dog whistle” rhetoric.

    It’s a mark of the gullibility and stupidity of many Republicans that they keep falling into the trap of racing to defend or explain themselves every time the media makes the same tired accusation.

    • Replies: @UrbaneFrancoOntarian
    Yeah but my point is that it's not really working anymore. At least for the party base.

    And how many Republicans are rushing out to criticize Trump on this? Far fewer than ever, even compared to his "Mexicans are rapists" comment.
  98. @Anonymous
    Is Steve criticizing Trump in this post?

    In other words: Let all Democrats put aside their petty squabbles over Who Is More Intersectional than Whom and unite in hating the Great White Male, Emmanuel Trumpenstein!
     

    Steve’s rarely that straightforward. He’s also more focused on the Ds than Trump. That said he’s pretty skeptical that Trump is playing 4d chess here.

    I happen to agree. He’s not playing at all. He’s telling it exactly like it is. A lot of grandchildren and historians will be asking why he was so alone in doing so.

    Best have a good answer ready.

  99. @bomag

    ...aren’t people who know how to run anything.
     
    Troll, but maybe some examination is due.

    My local Ilhan Omar is doing her thing; angling for public office and filling slots with her people (who usually do nothing when they're not shooting an innocent), while lecturing about the evils of America. But when it comes time to run a civic event, she makes a point to ask the Anglo and Teutonic types to come over and run the thing. Ilhan and crew usually can't get it off the ground; when they do, there are a bunch of fights and someone runs off with the gate/concession money.

    The Anglos and Teutons drop the ball at the higher levels of political participation, ceding too much ground to outsiders.

    Nobody is dropping the ball. The brains behind AOC is a full-fledged Aryan (he even likes to wear t-shirts of Hitler admirers) with a plan to take over first the party then what’s left of your country.

    You’re not part of that plan. I seem to recall that Dayton blurted out something similar. Likewise from Vichy French recently. Just because you’ve ceded power don’t kid yourself that everyone has.

  100. @Thomas
    I can’t think of any significant Republican who hasn’t been smeared as a racist in the last 30 years. That’s been the entire indictment of the Republican Party since Nixon: all closet/crypto-racists hiding evil motives behind “dog whistle” rhetoric.

    It’s a mark of the gullibility and stupidity of many Republicans that they keep falling into the trap of racing to defend or explain themselves every time the media makes the same tired accusation.

    Yeah but my point is that it’s not really working anymore. At least for the party base.

    And how many Republicans are rushing out to criticize Trump on this? Far fewer than ever, even compared to his “Mexicans are rapists” comment.

  101. @Thomas
    AOC today: “No matter what this president says, this country belongs to you, and it belongs to everyone.”

    https://twitter.com/cbsnews/status/1150881347688378368

    The Pre-American American children, from Bangladesh to Haiti, can now sleep tonight.

    Herewith, my first, ‘umble draft for the F.U.S.A.’s national anthem, to be debuted at Kamala the Butcher’s inaugeration. In keeping with the irony of the previous anthem’s ironic use of the music for “God Save the Queen,” my composition is based upon a patriotic tune favoures by the vanquished people as well….

    If tomorrow all the things were done,
    You’d neglected all your lives
    And you got to start again,
    With fifteen children and four wives
    You’d thank WIC and EBT cards,
    To be eating steak each day
    ‘Cause the statue means invasions,
    They just can’t be turned away.
    So be proud to be Pre-American,
    Where medical care is free.
    And please don’t forget the drunk who lied,
    Who gave that right to ye
    Now please kindly bend down
    Grab your ankles and accept the buggery
    Join the Negroes and the sodomites:
    Allah ahu – oy vey!

    From the lakes of the Rift Valley,
    To the slums of Bangladesh
    Across the plains of China,
    And northwest Uttar Pradesh
    From Caracas down to Capetown,
    And Haiti to Paraguay
    There’s disdain in each Pre-American heart,
    As we hear them scoff and bray:
    That they’re proud to be Pre-Americans,
    Who can make the White Man flee
    And they don’t forget the men who died,
    On the shores of Normandy
    Fighting with each other
    Like a mass of fools, in internecine wars
    While you bred indiscriminately,
    You know what sex is for!
    So be proud to be Pre-American,
    Where housing and school is free.
    And don’t you forget the white gals who vied
    To ensure sterility
    So that you could take up
    Land their unborn sons can’t defend from you today
    Now seven billion can defile the land
    While seven drink chardonnay!

  102. @Dave Pinsen
    Trump versus Ilhan Omar is a matchup Trump should take every time. Look at the Dems’ internal polling.

    https://twitter.com/hotlinejosh/status/1150434715989499904?s=21

  103. @Dave Pinsen
    Trump versus Ilhan Omar is a matchup Trump should take every time. Look at the Dems’ internal polling.

    https://twitter.com/hotlinejosh/status/1150434715989499904?s=21

  104. @simple_pseudonymic_handle
    He is double daring them to have omar and cortex being given prime time speech slots at the 2020 Democratic convention. They can call him a meanie with tears running down their cheeks. It would be hilarious to see the focus group analysis of this scenario strategy.

    What you folks keep forgetting is that the Dems aren’t playing to the level-headed moderately educated middle class white guy, but to their “Rainbow Coaltion.” Stuff that makes them look bad in the eyes of the average WASP are not going to cost them the election unless they also turn off Rainbow stripers.

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