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Herschel Walker would not have gotten the GOP nomination if he were white. President Donald Trump bears heavy responsibility for foisting this candidate on Georgia voters, but he was hardly alone. Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) backed Mr. Walker after failing to recruit another candidate. The whole party failed — not just President Trump.

The Walker candidacy shows it’s not just the Democrats who fall victim to the “soft bigotry of low expectations.” Mr. Walker had few accomplishments aside from his career in football. His business record was exaggerated. He criticized the Paycheck Protection Program, despite using it himself. Mr. Walker admitted psychological illness in his past. He faced accusations of threatening an ex-wife and paying for abortions — despite his ostentatious pro-life stance.

These problems weren’t unknown. Republicans challenging Mr. Walker in the primary argued that he could not win. “If we put forward someone with a lot of flaws who doesn’t know the issues or can’t articulate them well, we are going to lose,” said candidate Kelvin King. Agricultural commissioner Gary Black said Mr. Walker hadn’t earned his vote because he wasn’t honest about his past. “There’s a pattern of deflect, defer, run, hide, twist,” he said. Mr. Walker himself dodged having to talk about these issues by not debating. During the campaign, it came out that he had three illegitimate children he had never publicly acknowledged. His one legitimate son taunted his apparently absentee father after yesterday’s defeat, complaining about the obvious political cost of Mr. Walker’s troubled past. This is almost like a comedy written by a race realist.

Herschel Walker speaks at his Senate runoff election night party at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022. (Credit Image: © Arvin Temkar/The Atlanta Journal-Constitution via ZUMA Press Wire)
Herschel Walker speaks at his Senate runoff election night party at the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022. (Credit Image: © Arvin Temkar/The Atlanta Journal-Constitution via ZUMA Press Wire)

The GOP is hardly uncompetitive in the Peach State. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp easily defeated Stacey Abrams, the black demagogue and election-denying Democrat whom media outlets have been shamelessly promoting for years. A normal white Republican would have done better than Herschel Walker. He would have at least had a better chance of “nationalizing” the campaign and making it about whether the unpopular Joe Biden should have more power, not about Mr. Walker’s offenses and stupidities.

A more ruthless and intelligent politician might have overcome Mr. Walker’s record. Many politicians have sordid pasts. Unfortunately, Mr. Walker is not from the right side of the bell curve. “I don’t want to speak badly of him because he’s black,” joked David Chapelle, “but I have to admit he’s, um, he’s observably stupid.”

What was the point of his nomination? Once again, Republicans convinced themselves that a black Republican could win over black voters. Instead, heavy black turnout helped Senator Warnock. Media are calling the GOP insensitive to blacks for even daring to nominate Mr. Walker.

Van Jones said Mr. Walker used to be an “inspiration” but now is an “insult to the black community.” Others said the same on Twitter.

None of this is to defend Senator Warnock. His clownish black liberation theology is even more insufferable given its self-righteousness. “A vote is a kind of prayer,” he said in his first Senate speech. Though media keep telling us the GOP is filled with “Christian Nationalism,” it’s not the Republican Party which has a race-conscious Baptist pastor rallying the faithful from public office. Raphael Warnock has his own personal problems, including a child custody dispute with his ex-wife, who accused him of driving a car over her foot. Such are the candidates we get in what the New York Times said could have been “a showcase of Black political power in the Deep South.”

It’s time for whites to stop giving blacks unearned political power. Groveling is embarrassing, dishonorable, and demoralizing, but that’s not the worst of it. It doesn’t work. Blacks won’t support black conservatives. They don’t support a movement that (rhetorically at least) opposes reparations and welfare, and backs the police. Mr. Walker may be unintelligent, but Dr. Ben Carson wasn’t much more successful at winning black voters. Some blacks whom the GOP desperately promoted to prove they weren’t racist, like former GOP Chairman Michael Steele or Secretary of State Colin Powell, turned against the party later for not being pro-black enough.

If a black Republican does succeed, it’s because white voters back him. Black candidates who had little chance of ever winning, including Ben Carson, Kimberly Klacik, or Alan Keyes, got white donations and attention because they offer moral validation. It sometimes seems white conservatives support a black candidate simply because he’s black. Black Democrats do the same, but that’s part of normal race-consciousness. White conservatives are embarrassed, indignant, or most likely afraid to admit they have racial interests. They are spiritually defeated. They need a black face to give them permission to take their own side — but get no credit for it. In 2021, FiveThirtyEight wrote an article called “Why White Voters With Racist Views Often Still Support Black Republicans.”

“Based” black conservatives are supposedly immune from being called a racist. Black conservatives can sometimes say “far right” things white conservatives won’t, and occasionally, this leads to comedy. Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) invited one Marshall Daniels, “Young Pharoah,” to speak in 2021. The Pharoah’s anti-white tweets were apparently forgivable, but not his supposedly anti-Semitic statements.

There can be other blunders. Pat Buchanan is our generation’s Enoch Powell, but he put a black woman on his ticket in 2000, the supremely unqualified Ezola Foster. “I don’t doubt he is sincere in his desire to maintain the European character and traditions of our country,” wrote Jared Taylor at the time, “but I do not think he understands that only the biological descendants of the creators of those traditions will carry them forward in a meaningful way.” Perhaps Mr. Buchanan has changed since then. The 2000 campaign didn’t prevent the media from calling him a racist and hounding him out of a job, while piling honors on Al Sharpton.

The Georgia disaster needs to be the final embarrassment for white conservatives. Their racial truckling wins no moral credit and, more importantly, no voters. Spiritual enslavement is also a precursor to political enslavement. A political movement that supposedly champions individualism, liberty, and small government should not act out of fear. It would be more practical and more manly for white conservatives to talk realistically about race and stop looking for black tokens. Otherwise, they can expect more embarrassments and defeats like the one we saw last night.

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  1. Although a pretty good foozball player, this idiot is proof of how stupid and desperate the GOP is at trying to compete with the dummycrats. It also shows how worthless the winner is that this mouth breather with little to no grasp on the English language actually made the runoff interesting. When they wave the magic wand in the house this month and grant citizenship the 11 million illegals living here since the magic nig-grow renamed them “dreamers” in 2012, that’ll be all but the final nail in the coffin for the Republican party at the federal level.

  2. SafeNow says:

    Dr. Freud here. Numerous white, conservative politicians and pundits go out of their way to try to burnish their dubious manliness by dropping references to their alleged football rooting enthusiasms. At some level, they are trying to take the edge off their nerdyness; a belated, second-chance effort to make it to the jock table in the high-school cafeteria; or at least align themselves with the jocks. For many, high school is never over; there is a literature on this.

  3. What? It wasn’t fixed? Pigs fly.

    • Replies: @Realist
  4. Truth says:

    Herschel Walker would not have gotten the GOP nomination if he were white.

    Are you sure about that?

    https://news.yahoo.com/opinion-weathermans-clumsy-style-denied-160500371.html

    • Replies: @Ben Sampson
  5. Trinity says:

    Congrats, White Georgians, for not GIVING your vote to white traitor trash Republicans who feel a White person can not represent YOU. Btw, do not GIVE your vote to any Republican who does nothing for Whites.

  6. Trinity says:

    This is what happens when a pro Zionist ex Republican POTUS from NYC tells White Southerners who to vote for or what is best for them. Got some work to do with naive Southerners and the JQ but still the majority are race realists, at least the people from the South who still live here are, Georgia is becoming like Florida, it is full of Northern transplants.

    Make no mistake about it, a lot of Whites voted for Walker but a great deal didn’t vote for “Warlock” or Walker. Walker lost because of this, hehe, way to go Repukes.

    • Replies: @Dani
  7. There seems to be a fair amount of people in the GOP that don’t want the Republicans to win. These spoilers like McConnell need to be weeded out of the party and trashed.

    • Agree: Dani, rushed boob job
    • Replies: @anarchyst
  8. The Georgia disaster needs to be the final embarrassment for white conservatives.

    I don’t think you understand, Greg. The purpose of the GOP isn’t to win. The purpose of the GOP is to corral all dissenters into a useless, pathetic party that maintains the illusion of choice in our otherwise one-party rule. The GOP doesn’t care about White interests. In fact, White interests threaten this rotten arrangement, so cuckservatives will be even more zealous about rooting it out than libtards, as we’ve seen the GOP turn its back on anyone who even vaguely alludes to White interests.

    The only identity group the GOP cares about is jews, and most jews hate them! But a few donate huge sums of money to loser GOP candidates so they can put Israel’s interests first. The GOP is not the pro White party and it never will be. It’ll always be controlled opposition party to keep duping voters into thinking they actually have a voice and a party that supports them. Stop acting like it can ever be reformed when becoming pro-White would go against the very mission of the GOP.

    At this point, they deserve to lose. They are in lockstep with all of the worst policies of the democrats, and voting them in won’t even slow down our destruction, just lull the more gullible into a false sense of power and security. They will never again get my vote, it would be just as useful to wipe my ass with my ballot and send it in. They can have their negrodolatry and fanatical zionism.

    • Agree: Thim
  9. anarchyst says:
    @Joe Paluka

    I’ve been saying that for decades…
    It seems that too many Republicans are “milquetoasts”, afraid of showing “the courage of their convictions” (if any) and are just plain lazy.
    You see, whether their party is in power or is the minority, “the pay and perks” of the office are the same. Why get into real “rough and tumble politics” when you can “kick back” and still enjoy the perks of office?
    Even when the Republicans held both legislative bodies, they “laid back” and let the democRATS run all over them.
    I hope that the days of the milquetoast Republicans are over…
    The new congress’ first order of business must be to release ALL J6 defendants and drop ALL charges. Anything less, and republicans will have proven themselves to be spineless bastards as they have proven themselves to be in the past.

    • Agree: René Fries
    • Replies: @KenH
  10. Dani says:
    @Trinity

    I paid as little attention to this latest in what is now a pretty much daily cringe show, all day every day. I remember hearing SOMETHING about Walker quite a while back and figured I didn’t hear it right. I only knew of him from the handful of years I watched pro football in the early to mid 90s and he played for the Eagles for a season or 2 and was quite good. Off the field, however, it was plain to see he was one of those players they pushed through college (in his case, probably high school, as well) because of his physical gifts.
    What you said about Trumpy Bear is 101% spot-on! I also agree that most White Southerners are race realists/racially aware, even if they are not up-to-speed on the JP (I hate calling it the JQ because at this point, let’s cut the crap, there’s no “question” about it, they are are PROBLEM, and that is putting it conservatively for the sake of public mixed company.
    P.S. TOO funny about Georgia becoming like Florida in the way of Northern transplants! One of my older sisters just literally moved to Georgia over the Thanksgiving holiday after living in New Jersey for almost all of her life. We’re originally from Philly but my father moved us out of the city when we were all quite young in the mid 70s. I am not at all close with my sister anymore and don’t even know where in Georgia, though I am certainly curious and plan on finding out. She and her family had been going on annual summer vacations to some place in Georgia for over 5 or 6 years prior to moving, so they got familiar with the area and planned to move shortly after my brotherinlaw retired from Police department (at 52), knowing he’d pick up another job but one related to his passion/hobby of FIREARMS, lol. He has quite an amazing collection and apparently got a job in some gun-related field, probably retail.
    I was only in Georgia once myself – took the long drive from Delaware with a boyfriend at the time who had just purchased a motorcycle off of eBay from….a retired cop (odd pattern, eh?) – I think it took us close to 9 hours and honest to God, I could have been in Delaware based on how things looked – cop lived in an upscale suburban development – McMansion type houses on nice, well-manicured properties quite far apart, as well. This was Macon and I have no idea about anything beyond that odd name, lol.

    • Replies: @Trinity
    , @atp
  11. Dani says:
    @Pop Warner

    This is brilliant. You haven’t said one thing here that any White person even remotely paying attention to things can disagree with, though ignorance of the whole Israel lobby/JQ issue continues to be an obstacle, and that’s on top of the Christian Zionist problem, and it is a huge problem in our country – I still struggle to understand that one.)
    On some level, I am delighted by the cringe fest & hope it gets even worse – it is serving to wake more people up, which is about the only thing I am concerned about these days. There’s plenty more of us than them, only not enough awake – but we ARE getting there. It’s not as if it’s readily apparent, of course, what with the censorship online, and a mainstream news conglomerate that only shows specially selected stories/pictures/videos, most of it propaganda/fake on top of it…it’s not like the average awake person can even get a feel for the “awake level” on a national scale – damn, I am curious as hell as to what percentage we are at!

  12. Truth says:

    Yo Greg these N-s don’t know they are now 2 years away from sleazy white girls, outdoor rock concerts, and a luxury hotel. They shoulda put 6 arrows in has azz and told the dudes on the boat he died scuba’ing…

  13. @PhilMuhCrevis

    11 million illegals? Get real, that is the low ball figure that the MSM has been using for 30 years. The real number is probably somewhere between 20 and 30 million immivaders, maybe more.

    At this point the illegals hardly even matter given the relentless onslaught of legal invaders who have exactly the same degenerate, non-Western cultural attributes and voting habits as the illegals.

    • Replies: @rushed boob job
  14. So Trump turns out to be just another race hustling, affirmative action, virtue signaling scoundrel and fraud. No surprise there. Didn’t he recently boast about all of the great things he has done for minorities? Apparently Trump, like the GOP establishment, has already written off white people as either yesterdays news or a group of voters with nowhere else to go. Stupid Party politicians don’t even bother pandering to white folks, that’s how irrelevant they think we are. Of course, they are the ones who made us irrelevant via their ethnic cleansing mass immigration agenda

  15. Trinity says:
    @Dani

    I am actually a “halfback” ( no pun intended.) I am originally from Maryland, went to Florida and then came to JawJuh. Macon is pretty dark like the rest of Georgia except the northern Georgia mountains. Towns around there are loaded with Beaners. A Mexican in Georgia was a rare sight even in the 1990s and then once Bush got in there, they came non-stop

    • Replies: @Republic
  16. An old southern ‘covenanter’ preacher (R.L. Dabney) wrote the following about ‘conservatives’ in 1871:

    “This is a party which never conserves anything. Its history has been that it demurs to each aggression of the progressive party and aims to save its credit by a respectable amount of growling, but always acquiesces at last in the innovation. What was the resisted novelty of yesterday is to-day one of the accepted principles of conservatism; it is now conservative only in affecting to resist the next innovation, which will tomorrow be forced upon its timidity, and will be succeeded by some third revolution, to be denounced and then adopted in its turn.

    “American conservatism is merely the shadow that follows Radicalism as it moves forward towards perdition. It remains behind it, but never retards it, and always advances near its leader. This pretended salt hath utterly lost its savor: wherewith shall it he salted? Its impotency is not hard, indeed, to explain. It is worthless because it is the conservatism of expediency only, and not of sturdy principle. It intends to risk nothing serious, for the sake of the truth, and has no idea of being guilty of the folly of martyrdom. It always—when about to enter a protest—very blandly informs the wild beast whose path it essays to stop, that its ‘bark is worse than its bite,’ and that it only means to save its manners by enacting its decent rôle of resistance.

    “The only practical purpose which it now subserves in American politics is to give enough exercise to Radicalism to keep it ‘in wind,’ and to prevent its becoming pursy and lazy from having nothing to whip….”

    It’s always been a scam and a racket. They’ve conserved nothing at all – not even the ladies’ room. Voat moar harder, zeks! Your ‘choice’ is between the Harlem Globetrotters and the Washington Generals. For the recent Jawjuh senate race, it marks another “Model-T” election, brought to you by the Grand Old Politboro under Chairman Cheetohead: You can vote for any color you like as long as he’s black.

    • Agree: CSFurious
  17. He done not make the touchdown.

    • LOL: Director95
    • Replies: @JohnnyUinta
  18. Race, race, racity race race. And football stars playing political Kabuki games. Zero policy discussions grounded in the unfolding dilemmas we face as a nation and species on the living earth.

    Right where the overlords want us to be.

    And as colossally boring and counterproductive as it is ugly.

  19. @Truth

    Interesting YouTube video. I think one could pretty much witness the same sort of thing in any inner-city ghetto of America. There’d be lots of hollering and screaming, although the spears would be replaced with semi-auto pistols and AK-47s. The drumbeats would be replaced with ‘rap’ music, of course, but all the dancing and gyrations would essentially be the same.

    • Agree: Realist, Detroit Refugee
  20. Karl1906 says:

    Just don’t care. GOP, DEM – same old shit. You expect any reason from these parties and their politicians you’re delusional.

  21. XBardon Kaldlan [AKA "Bardon Kaldlan"] says:

    This is not exactly a profound comment,but that Warnock dude is one ugly SOB. Its painful to look at him. When Herschel is the better looking guy,you have a problem.
    I heard Amy Robach digs him,though.😉

    • Replies: @Nat X
  22. Legba says:
    @PhilMuhCrevis

    And just when the Republican party was doing such a good job of defending the border

    • LOL: Realist
  23. atp says:
    @Dani

    “…he was pushed through college…probably high school as well.”

    Pushed where and by whom and why? Am curious to understand what that statement means, since I live in Georgia and well remember Herschel Walker’s 3 football seasons in 1980-1981-1982 at the University of Georgia under head coach Vince Dooley, who just recently died. More details would be appreciated. Many thanks….

    • Replies: @Joe Joe
  24. I think the Republicans need to have the balls to start building a white-Hispanic-Asian pro-Jim Crow coalition.

    You know, there can be a rainbow coalition. We all do have something in common.

    We all hate blacks.

    • LOL: Truth
    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @Truth
  25. The Georgia disaster needs to be the final embarrassment for white conservatives. Their racial truckling wins no moral credit and, more importantly, no voters.

    So tragically true. This was an excellent article btw. Gregory Hood never disappoints. Unfortunately, Americans have been squeezed into two narrow, artificial and overlapping ideological boxes: Liberal. Conservative. What’s worse, only ‘whites’ in America must eschew any overriding loyalty to their ancestors or kin since we have been fingered as America’s archetypical, evil-doing racists. This designation has become our political kiss of death.

    Whites now suffer from the presumptive disorder of being (pathologically) ‘racist’ and must, therefore strive tirelessly to prove their ‘anti-racist’ bonafides. This endless quest, ironically, only assures further White political disempowerment. Damned if we do. Damned if we don’t. Whites are trapped in a political death spiral. Recruiting negro Republicans is not the way forward.

    Our political tent must become smaller if it is to become stronger. Racial solidarity must become as real (and legitimate) for White (European descended) Americans as it is for all the ‘hyphenated’, minorities who think and act like separate teams within the splintered American system.

    It’s time to throw off the stultifying chains of liberal/conservative ideology. Our nation’s political divide is far broader than that.

    Whites must be repossess the right to root for their team–just like Blacks, Jews, Hispanics, homos, and all the other glorious ‘minorities’ get to do–and without any contrived guilt or shame.

    European-descended Americans must embrace their shared history and collective interests as a genetically-connected people with as shared history. We are America’s core and founding population. We must reclaim this status and our right to be guided (and unified) by it.

  26. I love how Trump is still supported by a lot of these contributors lol.

    The shifting of blame is awesome.

    “Well, Trump was also backed by Mitch, so it just wasn’t Trump’s fault”.

    No, Walker was a Trump pick, and he sucked, and that is why Walker lost. Along with Masters, Oz, Lake, and the rest of the MAGA gang.

    Kemp wasn’t a Trump pick and he won.

    People are tired of hearing Trump cry about 2020 to the point of saying of saying stupid shit like how the Constitution should be abolished.

    If anything, seeing all Trump’s loser picks go down in flames should be a red to him it is time to bail out.

    He won’t though, and believe me. Biden will win in 2024 if Trump wins the primaries by default if DeSantis decides not to run.

  27. @Truth

    I was expecting to see him to suffer “death by engowa”. Or at the least just engowa.

    • LOL: Realist
  28. @Truth

    Who is the comatose Senator the voters sent the Senate? John Fetterman!
    Fetterman is a dead man walking artificially wired to speak when prompted from behind.

    If the American voter sent that guy to Washington then Walker was a is a least alive…a thousand % better than that guy

    Walker and Warnock are the results of the state of corruption of American life at this point. Neither party will put up candidates Black or White or mixed up racially, representative of the people, capable of and desirous of representation of the general amerian best interest

    It is the money behind the throne that pays for the campaigns and woud pay for these 2 just like they wont pay for serious qualified candidates of all types. The money prevents all high quality from getting in so we get instead Walkers, Fettermans and Warnocks galore

    Gregory Hood should know this yet he goes along with his argument which effectively hides the monied hand corrupting American politics to the core…has acturally bought American politics right out!

  29. Staart says:

    Meanwhile, the Democrats elected a brain damaged moron named John Fetterman and a dead person in PA. Arizona had it’s Democrat nominee insult hispanics and never had a single debate as she hid in her basement and still somehow “wins”…and this is during the time when the Democrats are the party in the power, historically going back decades now, the party in power doesn’t win like that during mid terms.

    Candidate quality didn’t effect Democrats.

    You want to know why?? Because no excuse vote by mail became a thing in 2020 and squads of Democrat activist ballot harvesters harvest ballot whether legal or not. The real issue is there, fraud.

    • Replies: @That Would Be Telling
  30. Republic says:
    @Trinity

    Yes, big demographic changes in Georgia over the past few decades

    • Agree: Trinity
  31. Deadbeat says:

    It’s so tiring and racists of the MSM and other to assume that Jewish Marxism speaks for Blacks. It took Jewish power through the NAACP to defeat Booker T. Washington and decade thereafter to drive Christian Conservative morality out of the Black community. I’m with Ye. Restore Christianity back to the Black community and you’ll see a complete reversal of the Jewish pathology that has plagued it for the past 50 years.

    • Replies: @Shafar Nullifidian
  32. For a White, wasn’t that race just sad? A choice between a typical grifting black “minister” and an idiot ex jock, both of them with typical negro “fambly” problems. It’s like Reconstruction all over again.

    • Agree: Kim, Female in Fl
    • Replies: @Kim
    , @Ben Sampson
  33. Kim says:
    @Clark Kent

    Where is the KKK when we need them?

  34. Realist says:
    @PhilMuhCrevis

    What you say is true, but what is also true is that it did not matter who ran or who won…the Deep State is in control, and voting doesn’t matter.

  35. Realist says:
    @obwandiyag

    What? It wasn’t fixed? Pigs fly.

    Of course, it was fixed…it didn’t matter who won.

    • Replies: @Dystopian
  36. Why Trump pushed him is a mystery to me. “Conservatives,” like Mitch McConnell failed miserably this time around and have contributed more to the destruction of the country than the hard left.

    • Replies: @Emslander
    , @David In TN
  37. @Clark Kent

    What a silly, blind and uninformed comment! There are preceeding comments that tackle the quality of candidates on a broader level, that try to explain that phenomena that this poster ignores completely

    There are brilliant Black people all over. Would Jack Kempt seek them out, put them up and vote them?

    • Replies: @Kim
  38. Realist says:
    @Pop Warner

    The purpose of the GOP isn’t to win. The purpose of the GOP is to corral all dissenters into a useless, pathetic party that maintains the illusion of choice in our otherwise one-party rule.

    The GOP is not the pro White party and it never will be. It’ll always be controlled opposition party to keep duping voters into thinking they actually have a voice and a party that supports them.

    Yep, and it has been that way for a long time. It is the strategy of the Deep State for total control, which they will soon realize.

    • Replies: @Liberty Mike
  39. geokat62 says:

    Gab comment posted by Vindictus:

    I used to call myself “American” now I call myself White.
    I used to call myself “Conservative”, now I call myself White.
    I used to call myself “Christian”, now I call myself White.
    I used to vote Republican, now I vote pro-White.
    The only labels that matter to me any more are:
    Father, husband and White.
    You want to “Make America Great Again”?
    Me too. And the only way is through solidarity of the FOUNDING STOCK of people who BUILT America, ie WHITES.

    https://gab.com/VictoryUs/posts/109459021745125778

    • Agree: Kim, NotaLib
  40. Bubba says:
    @Ben Sampson

    Great comment – thank you!

  41. Baby J says:

    Ineptitude and stupidity at the top of the GOP.
    Similar thing happened here in Pennsylvania in the Governor’s race where they allowed a lackluster goofball Mastriano to be their nominee and he was resoundingly defeated.
    Just about any other reasonable empty suit could have done better than these defeated candidates.
    The GOP deserved to lose.

  42. Anonymous[236] • Disclaimer says:

    “Herschel Walker would not have gotten the GOP nomination if he were white.”

    What’s the difference between Walker and Fetterman? The first was a great football player and the second has been a shitbag all his life. But there we’re with the latter as a senator-elect from the state where the constitution was hammered out. Fetterman would not have gotten in if he were black.

  43. Pardon me for gloating but how I wish Jeff Davis were still around to see what has become of his prideful Old Dominion. This is what you get when you start a god damned war against the only god damned republic on earth because your candidate lost the god damned presidential election, massa. Once a Richmond newspaper gleefully headlined a report of a lynching “One Less Republican Voter”. Now the chickens have come home to roost, baby. You haughty, arrogant Virginians got to choose between a black halfwit and a black con man to run your wretched state.

  44. anon[172] • Disclaimer says:

    too many words to state the obvious:

    Too. Many. Niggers.

  45. @SafeNow

    Yes, Lindsey longing to be locker-mates with #34.

  46. @Realist

    The GOP was red from the start.

  47. Mr. Hood writes that “It’s time for whites to stop giving blacks unearned political power. Groveling is embarrassing, dishonorable, and demoralizing, but that’s not the worst of it.” I stopped right there after reading these words: They sum up my position perfectly; the rest is coda.

    • Agree: Kim
  48. Nat X says:

    Walker belongs to the Willie Horton 5th Column Special Dindoo Forces. You incel yts are so easy to hoodwink and bamboozle!

  49. @PhilMuhCrevis

    Walker may very well have won this election. As long as Georgia maintains mail-in ballots and drop boxes, along with voting and tabulating machines which collect and process tens of thousands of ballots in huge “tabulation centers”, there can be no assurance of accurate or fair elections. This was not mentioned in the above article. Nor do “conservative” politicians discuss this. How is it possible that we have gone from paper ballots cast and counted on a single day to this months-long extravaganza…and everyone seems to behave as though it is normal? Having said all this, I agree with Greg’s main contention about the idiocy of whites’ infatuation with cleansing themselves of the stigma of “racism” by fawning over blacks. This is highly destructive behavior. In that sense, perhaps Walker’s “loss” (assuming he really did lose) will give more of us white advocates the courage to face down the morons who think there is some bright future for racial tolerance if we just “stay the course.” The only course left for us is to separate ourselves from progressive culture and politics.

  50. Nat X says:
    @XBardon Kaldlan

    “Herschel is the better looking guy…”

    ?

    My boi Fleece Johnson would like to talk to you.

  51. @Observator

    Barack? Barack Obama? Is that you?

  52. Fred777 says:
    @PhilMuhCrevis

    “11 million”

    Yeah right.

  53. Servenet says:

    Buchanan. Early on I was a big Buchanan booster. He said EVERYTHING I wanted to hear. At least at that more naive time. Then came the black female running mate fiasco. Immediately it told me – he was a fraud. Not like your typical head-to-toe fraud, but a fraud none-the-less. Ask yourself, as a WN or unapologetic White advocate, would you do such a thing? An indefensible cynical thing that FLIES IN THE FACE OF THE VERY THING THAT IS MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL? I really despair that there is anyone at all who believes truly, deeply, fundamentally in THE CAUSE OF WHITES. As for Buchanan, he was just another false start. He was, is, and always will or would be A SYSTEM MAN.

  54. Kim says:
    @Ben Sampson

    I know for a fact that there are NOT “brilliant black people all over” but even if there were, their interests would be diametrically opposed to White interests.

    • Replies: @Ben Sampson
  55. The ancient Viking sagas tell
    How Odin dearly bought
    His wisdom; when, o’er Mimur’s well,
    He gouged his bargained eye;
    No weakling’s and no coward’s cry
    Did echo ‘gainst the frozen sky:
    He held it, dropped it, so it fell.
    And thus he won the prize he sought.

    [MORE]

    The Elephant we rode to war
    Is cannon-shy and wearied sore.
    It fears to call a man a man,
    Retreat’s its only battle-plan,
    And, shameless, kneels to Rainbow Clown:
    To Gaybow Banner bows it down!
    It begs for allies chimpanzees:
    “Please take the reins and ride me! Please!”
    And what is worse, it has forgot
    That smell of powder, sting of shot
    In clash of battle hard and hot
    Is just what balls are for.

    Let’s shoot it, slice it, butcher it
    And roast its meat upon a spit,
    And feed it to our men.
    And gaze afar, with Odin’s eyes,
    Brave Jackson from his grave arise
    And make us free again.

  56. So they can elect a mildly-retarded white guy in Pennsylvania, but not a mildly-retarded black guy in Georgia? You mean old racists down south! ;-D

  57. Trinity says:
    @Nat X

    Fleece “Booty Bandit” Johnson passed away in 2018 due to the AIDS virus. Fleece made no apologies for his lifestyle, saying “I kept it real a hunnert percent.” Asked if he had any regrets, the infamous muh dik Bugger said, “I likeded booty and pork sausages.”

    • Replies: @XSupply and Demand
  58. Rooster16 says:
    @Ben Sampson

    The Fetterman debate against Oz should be the low point for American Politics. I am not sure how anything could get lower than a man backed by the most powerful political party in history, incoherently rambles before an audience of millions… and wins easily.

    … update: New low point, Biden trades Russian Merchant of Death for Negro America Hating Lesbian black Basketball Player, while a US Veteran still rots in the gulag.

    • Thanks: Emslander
  59. When Herschel flashed the badge, he must have thought that clinched the election for him.

  60. @Trinity

    Yet another nigra that contributed so much to society.

    • Replies: @Nat X
  61. Truth says:
    @Kim

    I got bad news for your Mr. Park;

    They’re black too…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HcQ87RFN5k

  62. @Observator

    The Warnock-Walker race was in Georgia, not Virginia. Hoping for your sake that you’re trolling.

    • LOL: Truth
  63. @Staart

    The real issue is there, fraud.

    And anyone who doesn’t place that front and center in a discussion of an election in the states of Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin at a bare minimum so they can push their hobbyhorse automatically disqualifies themself as anything other than a lying or inexcusably ignorant propagandist. Someone to not let the Gell-Mann Amnesia Effect fool you going forward.

    I’ll admit Georgia is a bit confusing if you didn’t pay attention in 2020 because the cheating there is bipartisan, the state GOPe clearly has a deal with the Democrats so the GOPe wins the statewide state government contests and the Democrats the statewide national level ones, President and Senators. But to apparently not remember how brazenly fraudulent the November 2020 election and recount were and how Warnock and (((Ossoff))) “won” two years ago in runoffs, how that threw the Senate to the Democrats, is unforgivable.

    Note also the GOPe as a corollary of ridding themselves of the turbulent BAD ORANGE MAN didn’t and doesn’t want full power in the Congress because we’d expect results they have no stomach for in fighting “Biden” and the Deep State. To the extent the GOPe isn’t part of the Deep State to begin with. Can you image them zeroing the budget of the Geheime Staatspolizei FBI?? Here they also struck a blow at Trump for 2024 by getting one of his endorsed candidates defeated one way or another; see how little they spent on the race compared to the Democrats. Which could bea tacit admission it would have been wasted money due to the cheating.

  64. Truth says:
    @Nat X

    Say Brah, Fleece is kind of the white-man’s-fantasy-black-prison-rapist.

    He’s almost literary.

    Can we make Ice Mike and Hustle man the board standard?

    • Replies: @Trinity
    , @XBardon Kaldlan
  65. Trinity says:

    Trump and the hapless Republicans still have plenty of Black, Brown and Yeller CONservatives to “trow” our way. To be fair the best dude in the SCOTUS is Clarence Thomas IMO. Dude has been consistent for decades, no Colon Bowel tnb from Clarence Thomas except maybe marrying a White woman after achieving success.

    Diamond & Silk?

    The Black dude with a beard and the “Blacks For Trump” sign who has been seated directly behind Trump at every single MIGA rally.

    Candace Owens

    Any Jew *Trump, like everyone else in Washington loves them some Jews. Maybe a gay Jew for a twofer.

  66. Trinity says:
    @Truth

    Fleece ain’t got nuffin on Carl Panzram. Fleece would be top rack, butt up bottomed out, and sitting down to pee in Carl’s cell.

    Cue: Doing The Butt by School Daze

  67. Looks like @Truth and @NatX are busy on this thread today, no doubt trying to derail the topic or make vain attempts to defend the indefensible (negroes).

    Glad I’ve got ’em on ignore. I advise others to do the same. And never reply to either! It only encourages them.

    • Replies: @Truth
    , @Trinity
  68. Dystopian says:
    @Realist

    How do you guarantee a win,? Control both sides. If “your” guy won, he really is their guy.

    • Agree: Realist
  69. Emslander says:

    The Georgia disaster needs to be the final embarrassment for white conservatives. Their racial truckling wins no moral credit and, more importantly, no voters.

    It won’t be the final embarrassment, though. It’s been clear for 80 years that Republicans win handily when they nominate men who are representative of the people who run companies, fight wars and support families. Racial tokenism seems like a short cut. It seems like a nice trick to get the Democrats to vote Republican, it’s too lame even for them.

    The Republican party just won’t represent that core of the nation who want nothing from the central government except to go away.

    Like one of the commenters here said, you have to salute the intelligence of the Georgia electorate in this election. In some mysterious communal decision, they simply rejected the trick. Trump had the electoral formula in 2016. He failed to execute when he won and now, he’s lost the mojo.

    • Thanks: Eustace Tilley (not)
  70. Emslander says:
    @Quartermaster

    Why Trump pushed him is a mystery to me.

    Money changed hands. I noticed that every one of the Trump candidates this time around had much independent money or access to it. It’s the way of our current corrupt system of Republicanism.

    Trump’s able to be more blatant about it because everyone dismisses him as a crook anyway. Not saying he’s a crook, but it’s assumed he is.

  71. @PhilMuhCrevis

    Well, my home state just elected a white hulk with brain damage from a stroke, who is unable to understand what people are saying. Fetterman’s mental incapacity is much worse than Walker’s lack of intelligence, yet it didn’t prevent Pennsylvania voters from electing him. The way that most democrats see it, it doesn’t matter whether the candidate is qualified or not as long as there is a “D” after the name, and he is pro-abortion. Case in point – this country’s senile president. Walker would have been elected if the state’s republicans voted more like democrats – Party is all regardless of candidate.

  72. Nat X says:
    @XSupply and Demand

    Come the day of the rope I am going to de-sex you incel…

  73. GOP heistman celeb yo. sec, sec, sec.

  74. @superfluous man

    11 million illegals? Get real, that is the low ball figure that the MSM has been using for 30 years. The real number is probably somewhere between 20 and 30 million immivaders, maybe more.

    us pop went from around 240 mil in 2000, to pushing 340 mil in 2020. the vast majority of them with maybe a 4th grade education from mexico.

    • Replies: @PhilMuhCrevis
  75. @Pop Warner

    Its time for the GOP to fail in being a well paid control opposition organization. My state is now firmly blue, and there is no point of voting. Now I just want the GOP to be of no use to their banking and corporate masters, and go away broke.

  76. Proving once again that the Republicans’ job is to show up and lose. This guy made John Fettermen come across as a genius.

  77. @Kim

    How do you even know what a brilliant human is?

    How in the practical hell can you KNOW! that there are not brilliant Black people all over? I can claim the positive more legit than you. I did already! I live among Black people

    ‘You live(d) among Black people? You even went to school with a rooftop high IQ, a black skin and poor parents…. and get turned inside out and around?’ How can you tell he/she is briliant today if they are manual etc., hauling something?

    People who live in the same space-same social reality, came out of it, face the same existential surival interests. Even if they separate afterwards what is immediate is in fact direct and must be collectively, successfully met. Ordinary American people all face the same capitalist challenges and must respond collectivly or they (we) are toast

    • Replies: @Ron West
  78. KenH says:
    @anarchyst

    Well ole Margie Greene is out disavowing and condemning Nick Fuentes for having the temerity to notice that Jews have too much power in America. I don’t recall Marge ever condemning anyone on the left for their strident anti-whitism.

    Ole Marge is really going over the top in defending the sheenies and makes me wonder if she is a secret one herself.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  79. Truth says:
    @spacewonderer

    LMAO!

    So you’re responding to my posts…

    …without responding to my posts, BRILLIANT!

    That reminds me of when i was 8 and I would start torturing my 6 year old sister:

    She’d stick both thumbd in her ears and yell “I’m not paying any attention to you! I can’t hear you… BAA…BAAA…BAAA…BAAAAAAAA!”

  80. Trinity says:
    @spacewonderer

    Troof and Nat X are the same.

    “Thomm” is another Proof sock puppet.

    • Replies: @Truth
  81. Trinity says:

    Clayton Bigsby/Ye 2024

    White Power

  82. I’ll bet ol’ Herschel can score higher on the Wonderlic than the Right Honorable Senator Fetterman of Pennsylvania.

  83. Truth says:
    @Trinity

    Hmmmmmm?!?!

    Doez Zomebody know Zomezing???

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  84. Trinity says:

    Okay maybe Herschel is not a brain, but then again how many 60 year old men are in Herschel’s shape? How many 30 year olds? Sadly, Herschel is probably in better shape than the majority of 20 year olds.

    To be fair, do people realize the hours these major college football players put into playing football? Even a brainiac would be challenged to pass his courses under those conditions.

    Warnock the Warlock? This guy is as mentally challenged if not more so than Herschel. The lesson learned here? It takes no experience,skill, or qualifications to be a major player in Washington. Remember (((Barbara Boxer))) going anal over her title of “Senator?” ROTFLMMFWAO. This shows you these clowns do nothing but whine, dine, pocket line. A average 12 year old from 1940’s America was more competent than the goobers, pedophiles, Zionist, rapists, grifters, perverts, lazy bastards drawing a welfare check up in D.C.

    Senator? Congressman? President? Look at that buffoon who is President and tell me that guy could even run a McDonald’s.

  85. Ron West says:
    @Ben Sampson

    If you’re an idiot then you see ” brilliant black people all over”.

  86. AceDeuce says:

    NEVER VOTE FOR A NONWHITE!
    NEVER VOTE FOR A NONWHITE!
    NEVER VOTE FOR A NONWHITE!

    That said, if the cucktards that be nominate a sockpuppet like Walker–to run against a negro supremacist like Warnock–I’d vote for Walker. Ditto for Muslim GOP grifter Dr. Oz vs. Stroky Uncle Festerman.

    The alternative in both these cases-and so many others- is so much worse that you have to stem the bloodloss. Warnock and Festerman, under Uncle Joementia, will run wild. We are stacking the deck against ourselves so much that we may not be able to fix it.

  87. Another black whose name is always being bandied about as a VP candidate is Tim Scott the Senator from South Carolina. I too think he will eventually follow in Colin Powell and Michael Steeles footsteps and leave the GOP.

  88. @SafeNow

    As they should, since it resonates with the heritage Americans who vote for them.

    I am unsure if Walker was competent enough to explain what he learning playing the great sport, which takes strength, practice and teamwork; but playing football itself for many young American males is the high water mark of their existence. There is a reason for this; it’s because the game and the bonds it creates among the young striving for a common goal is quite simply A Good Thing, not only for them, but their local communities as well.

    A little less cynicism from your quackery might serve you well “(((doctor)))”.

    • Replies: @Truth
  89. Running for any political office today is akin to top white female actresses parading around their adopted black babies saying “ I’m not racist, I have a black baby”.

    Meanwhile observe any Hanukkah Shabbat bla bla bla festivities and you will not see one black, brown or Aryans in sight.

    It’s Jews Jews and Jews as far as the eyes can see.

    The most racist despicable pos that ever walked this planet.

  90. @Truth

    Sargent Shultz: “I know nothing “

    Troof and CQ noz deez peepooz dontz no dat Vibranium makes niggaz inbizable wif multiple personalities.

    Dats why I lovz Troof, Nat-X and udda homies here.

    They’z hoping fo white Sanna Clawz to bring dim sum new loot’n Smash’n Grab this year.

    • Replies: @Truth
  91. Truth says:
    @DCThrowback

    I am unsure if Walker was competent enough to explain what he learning playing the great sport,

  92. Truth says:
    @CelestiaQuesta

    Your new ahh-bum is kinda funky, Bro.

    And how’d you lose so much weight?

    • Replies: @CelestiaQuesta
  93. Joe Joe says:
    @atp

    I assume Dani meant his grades in HS and UGA

  94. Trinity says:

    Slingblade Fetterman is yet another example of it doesn’t take much to become a Senator, Governor, Congressman, President, etc., in what is left of America. Since we are talking Georgia and unqualified Black politicians, look no further than Hank Johnson. Look at Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi who hold office in America’s most populous state. Good gawd, Jesse Ventura and Arnold became Governors.

    These useless (((tools))) do absolutely nothing. I would love to follow these people around for a week and see what they actually do, (doesn’t include their staff of people who do all the work for them) just want to know if they have a job or just a title.

  95. Pablo says:

    Any way you slice it the GOP doesn’t give a Damn about Blacks. (Not that the Democrats are any different). This is all about Tokenism. Competence isn’t a factor. The GOP serves The Deep State, Big Pharma, Big Tech and the Israel Lobby–among others, all of whom are wealthy. And Political Donors. The Democrats are NO different; they’re just pulling a different Con Job. Or maybe it’s the same Con Job, but the Democrats are just working a different angle. Republicans have a deep, bitter HATRED of anybody who is not at least a Millionaire. And the Democrats sold out their Traditional Base, the Working Class, a long, long time ago. And the cliche is, to a reasonable extent, true: “If Voting meant anything, they wouldn’t let you do it.”.

  96. Joe Joe says:

    Not so sure a White candidate would have done any better than Walker. He got 48.6 percent of the vote in the runoff. David Perdue only got 49.4% of the vote in the 2020 runoff against (((Ossoff))) and Kelly Loeffler only got 49% of the vote in the same election against “Warlock”

    • Replies: @Trinity
  97. Trinity says:
    @Joe Joe

    I am sure there was cheating involved, BUT MOST people vote straight down the ticket for either Republican or Democrat. Kemp won relatively easy. A lot of Whites could not bring themselves to vote for Black guy A vs. Black guy B.

    The 2020 Senate races in Georgia were possibly stolen, I would say definitely stolen if Loeffler and Perdue weren’t such poor choices. Both candidates didn’t register much with Whites in Georgia and many stayed home after the Presidential election was stolen.

  98. @KenH

    At least MTG has been outspoken against funding the US war on Russia from the beginning. There is no more important issue in our time. If ONLY all republicans thought that way, we would not be looking into the face of nuclear war. If ONLY they had the intelligence to keep hammering on this theme, and not wasted their resources fighting a losing battle on abortion, there might have been a Red Wave after all.

    I can’t condemn MTG for disavowing Nick, who’s hardly a White Supremacist though he’s been smeared as one by the ADL and the MSM presstitutes. All politicians have only so much political capital. She can’t afford to lose hers fighting an unwinnable battle against Forces that could crush her like a Bug.

    • Thanks: mark green
    • Replies: @KenH
  99. She’s just playing to get her Committee placings.

  100. anonymous[206] • Disclaimer says:

    jews are in charge of both parties. why do you think they gave us sara palin v barack obama?

  101. Servenet says:

    Ok, here goes. I HAVE HAD to give ¨Anonymous¨ because the person/system here won´t ACCEPT my moniker ¨Servenet.¨ If memory serves it had something to do with ¨already in use¨ or some such. I´ve asked that this MISTAKE on the part of the UR to be corrected. Doesn´t seem to help. So will try this once more. My ¨Name¨ is Servenet. My gmail is [email protected]. Let´s hope for the best.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  102. Sigh . . . ahh all of those republican whites lost in the not so red wave . . .

    tragic and embarrassing.

  103. Gregor like I have said many times Georgia is Gone With the Wind …and America is soon too…but I have Irish and Canadian passports …what about you little guy…I have 70% of my money in Geneva too…what about you big boy…you running the local hot dog stand. You noting Captain on the Titanic

  104. @Nat X

    You knuckle draggers would never survive without whitey propping you up.

    Here’s an article from 2018 written by Ryan Faulk (Alternative Hypothesis) estimating the fiscal impact of different races in America.

    https://thealternativehypothesis.org/index.php/2020/03/19/fiscal-impact-by-race-in-2018/

    Blacks cost this country (taxpayers) $660 billion every year. Looks like reparations to me.

  105. @Nat X

    “The Day of the Rope.” LOL. Just another expression you have stolen from the white nationalist movement. Just like your use of “RAHOWA.” (Racial Holy War).

    You guys are always stealing something from whites. Even our quotes, apparently. Dumb “muh-dik” NAPAs.

    • Agree: Detroit Refugee
  106. KenH says:

    It’s time for Trump to get out of the congressional grooming business. Walker had no business running for the Senate but the idiot Trump kept pushing him to do so as I understand it. Even McConnell did not want Walker citing his inexperience and baggage but apparently changed his mind at some point.

    Not that triple chin Mitch is any better at picking Senate candidates and often give us RINOs who often lose. But a an average Georgia Republicans probably would have won that seat.

    Given Georgia’s demographic transformation both Senate seats are probably lost for good.

  107. KenH says:
    @follyofwar

    I can’t condemn MTG for disavowing Nick, who’s hardly a White Supremacist

    MTG didn’t have to say anything but she wilted under leftist and RINO pressure. Members of the left never punch left and/or condemn their own side. They usually ignore whatever outlandish things people on their side say which is often about white people. They almost never condemn.

  108. JR Foley says:
    @PhilMuhCrevis

    United in Disunity—-how can things pull together? A Nation divided indeed can remain no. 1?

  109. @Truth

    I’m so big I can eat a cow all in one sitting.

  110. @Truth

    What the heck is that black color rubbing off on the white guy? If I didn’t know any better, I would say that was blackface whites trying to look like island jungle bunnies.

    Schitt, werz tha repect fo poor Africans trying to make a living selling Albino meat and human stew?

    This ain’t rite, imma bout ta go gangsta wif dis Schitt.

  111. @Priss Factor

    Wut da heck??? Iz dat duh Wakanda Express dropping off tourist in TwerkTown?

    Tha only thing missing ez sum Vibranium schlong doing the KFC extra crispy hoe down.

  112. @Priss Factor

    “He done not make the touchdown”…….

    No, he didn’t…the whole ‘team’, sucked and so did the ‘owners.’

  113. Warnock won 51.4% to 48.6%. Idiot author makes it sound like it was 75 to 25.

    Looking at a map of the vote, hersch probably won 5 times as many counties as warnock.

    H lost but he did ok.

  114. From what I can ascertain, the only reason most blacks males become republicans is fo all the white female hoes wanting to prove their not racists.

    As for Lindsey Graham, he’s in it for uncircumcised weiners and competes with Schumer who loves his DemonRat kosher kock.

  115. Corvinus says:

    “Republicans challenging Mr. Walker in the primary argued that he could not win.”

    But he almost did win. Seems to me that the GOP voters don’t really don’t care what type of candidate is running for their party. They’ll vote for him anyways.

    • Replies: @KenH
  116. Corvinus says:
    @Servenet

    Hello, Servenet. And I’m Kilroy. Kilroy.

    • Replies: @Dave Bowman
  117. @Ben Sampson

    It being Clown-World, the only logical choice for 2024 is …

    BIDEN / FETTERMAN
    It’s a No-Brainer!

    That will have Chairman Xi shakin’ for sure.

  118. Walker talks like he had football damage that made him look like he had dementia. The GOP deserve what they get.

  119. Ace says:

    Pocahontas’s candidacy was an insult to all voters.

    So was Maxine’s. Stacey’s too. So was Hillary’s. Bill’s. W’s. Pierre Delecto’s. McCain’s. LBJ’s. Woodrow’s. Jeb’s. Franken’s. Murkowski’s. Brandon’s. Camela’s (X10). Nancy’s. Beetlejuice’s.

  120. XBardon Kaldlan [AKA "Bardon Kaldlan"] says:
    @Truth

    Truth,remember Kung-Fu? Kwai Chang Caine? Time for you to leave.😉

  121. XBardon Kaldlan [AKA "Bardon Kaldlan"] says:
    @Priss Factor

    Is this that separate black graduation they had at Harvard?
    “Sheet ah goss muh degree!”

  122. XBardon Kaldlan [AKA "Bardon Kaldlan"] says:
    @Nat X

    Gee whiz,pretend negro,all I said was Warnock is ugly as sin. Herschel ugly too,but he’s young yet!
    How do you go from that to ( the ever present) nigger rape compulsion? I’m straight,fecal brain,but straight or gay,I would never have anything to do with any animalistic syphillis-ridden lowlifes like your ” people.”
    Disgusting trash.
    Time for you to leave.

  123. JR Foley says:
    @SafeNow

    Brittney Griner is coming home and America is proud she is—imagine going to jail in Moscow–over there. Moscow here has the 3 stooges investigating what happened to 4 students—force is stumped. Will Brittney stand–kneel–or give the bird—another day in the America of Exceptionalism.

  124. @Quartermaster

    “Why Trump pushed him is a mystery to me.”

    Just Trump being Trump. Walker played on a football team Trump owned until the USFL folded. There’s no limit to the stupid things Trump will do.

    As Blogger Countenance says, Trump is to blame for getting Walker to run but Georgia’s Republican primary voters gave him 70 % of the vote. Countenance calls football the opiate of the White Southern man.

    • Thanks: Eustace Tilley (not)
  125. Take my advice, stop kissing black asses.

    • Agree: AceDeuce
  126. @PhilMuhCrevis

    11 million illegals? you think that’s all?

    • Replies: @PhilMuhCrevis
  127. KenH says:
    @Corvinus

    Seems to me that the GOP voters don’t really don’t care what type of candidate is running for their party.

    More projection from a far leftist. Democrats elected a literal vegetable in John Fetterman for the Senate which goes to show that Democrat standards for their elected officials are never too low.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    , @Dave Bowman
  128. @The Germ Theory of Disease

    11 million illegals? you think that’s all?

    When looking at when the Muslim traitor opened the floodgates all the way up to today I’d agree, but I was talking about the 11 million ~ that have been here for a decade or so. Either way it’s a damn shitty scenario.

  129. @rushed boob job

    us pop went from around 240 mil in 2000

    The US population in the year 2000 was closer to 285 million.. If we can believe the census numbers. Some but not all of the increase was a result of simply people being born inside the US..

  130. @RockaBoatus

    Funny thing, but if the Aussie has any abo blood at all, he’d be more closely related to these guys than any African or Western black would.

  131. Corvinus says:
    @KenH

    “More projection from a far leftist.”

    You mean an American who makes their own decisions about race and culture.

    “Democrats elected a literal vegetable in John Fetterman for the Senate which goes to show that Democrat standards for their elected officials are never too low”

    Oz is a Muzzie and Walker is psychotic. Great job at recruiting quality GOP candidates.

  132. @Corvinus

    You made a mistake. He’s NOT Servenet, as the person / system here won’t accept his moniker. That’s because he’s already here, with the same name. Which is different.

    Corvinus Kilroy sounds pretty weird to me, but I suppose it could be Kilroy Corvinus, which is even worse. Still, each to their own. (Name, that is).

    I’m Spartacus, by the way. And so are my friends.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  133. @KenH

    Democrats elected a literal vegetable in John Fetterman for the Senate

    I just can’t see your problem with this. The Democrats are obviously completely delighted with how well things are going with the resident vegetable in the White House.

  134. @Nat X

    Hey, fake negro… oops… I mean NatX. What do you think of this?

    From a review of Human Accomplishment: The Pursuit of Excellence in the Arts and Sciences, 800 BC to 1950 by Charles Murray:

    ‘Murray finds that almost all important scientific and technological advances in the modern world until the mid-twentieth century were made by Europeans or their descendants overseas. The most prominent city figuring in the lists of achievers is Paris. France is tied with Britain and Germany as the leading nations in producing major figures in the arts and sciences, with Italy fourth and other European nations such as Austria, Russia, the Netherlands, Belgium, the Scandinavian countries, Switzerland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Spain or Ireland trailing behind.’

    That’s gotta hurt, right? Us “pasty-faced incels” as you like to call us have invented almost every single technology and creature comfort you wiggers and jews enjoy in the west. The jig’s up, brah. I know you are not black, or an ex-con, or any of the other tall tales you tell. ;-D

    • Replies: @Detroit Refugee
    , @Nat X
  135. @RockaBoatus

    One tribe of savages just shot up another tribe of savages caught on camera right outside of a famous hotel in the “supposedly safe” downtown area of Detroit.

    I got a laugh from the Libtard chick being interviewed by 7 Action News Detroit. She stayed she expects this on the east side and/or west side, but claimed downtown is known for being safe. These foolish liars must have zero memory. Very recently some youths and teens were injured when other youths and opened fire at the Christmas Tree lighting ceremony.

  136. @XSupply and Demand

    What he does desire, though, is to ascend to concubine/cellie of Fleece Johnson aka “bootie warrior”.

  137. @Nat X

    The ignorant blacks couldn’t even come together and build competent scaffolding and gallows. Let alone round us up for public hangings.

    You post that same comment often, and at this point I think it’s simply for amusement.

    • Replies: @Nat X
  138. @Deadbeat

    Hebraism, Judaism in what ever manifestation from Abraham to the present has been destructively foul as wharf rat plague, leprosy and brain rotting diseases along every “social”evil, ever visited on “the Middle East, through Europe to the Western Hemisphere for more than 3400 years.

  139. Corvinus says:
    @Dave Bowman

    Do you understand now? Find out at the end.

  140. Corvinus says:
    @Colin Wright

    “You know, there can be a rainbow coalition. We all do have something in common. We all hate blacks.”

    Does Jesus hate blacks?

  141. Truth says:
    @Colin Wright

    I don’t believe all non-whites hatr blacks

    And I don’t even believe that all whites hate blacks.

    But the one thing that i have learned in over a decade on this site is, that the only thing that the type of severly-unhappy, white men who are totally dissatisfied with their own lives have in common is, that they hate blacks.

    Of course they don’t seem particularly thrilled with each other, either.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    , @AceDeuce
  142. Republicans will have trouble winning elections regardless of the race of their candidates. It’s because their platform is crap and unpopular, not because they choose diversity candidates.

    • Agree: Gore 2004
  143. @Truth

    One thing I have learned from being around liberals is that they don’t want to live next to Blacks. They claim to love diversity and then surround themselves with liberal Whites.

    Black people don’t seem particularly thrilled with each other, either.

    Blacks that make it big quickly move away from Blacks and into a White gated community.

    It seems that no one wants to live near Blacks but everyone wants to pretend that they would.

    Now I wouldn’t mind this grand circus of egalitarian bullshit so much if I didn’t see the dark and destructive side first had. I’ve watched liberals cheat in the education system while filling White students with guilt. All in the name of a better tomorrow. One even flat out told me there is no other way. We have to cheat.

    But if it makes you feel any better I don’t hate Blacks. They are what they are. The problem is that Whites are unable to face the reality of race and would rather run this country into the ground with feelings-based left-wing programs or “minimal government” right-wing pseudo-religion.

    Even without Blacks we would still have a left and right that just aren’t interested in facing evolutionary history.

  144. There’s far more nuanced explanation for the Georgia outcome than Herschel Walker was a ‘bad diversity candidate’. More like that his campaign was poorly run by the good boys club that has mismanaged Georgia for at least a decade.

    The following from Robert Barnes via Locals.

    “What if Georgia ran a more conventional candidate, an established name with credentials in the Atlanta burbs? Well, we kinda already know the answer to that: 2020, Perdue and Loeffler. We’ll go with the Warnock-Loeffler race, since it’s the same Democratic candidate. His 51% in 2022 matches his 51% in 2020. This belies the ‘difference candidate’ explanation for the 2022 outcome. A look at the regional differences though is revelatory.

    First, 1 million fewer voters partook in the 2022 runoff than the 2020 runoff. This may be the effect of the removal of mass mail-in voting, with bigger drop-offs in the Atlanta area. This, alone, should have helped Walker close the gap with Warnock, but it did not. The reason was Atlanta-area rejection of Walker’s candidacy without Walker running ahead of Loeffler in the rest of the state to counter-balance it. Walker ran about 4 points behind Loeffler in the Atlanta area while running almost even with Loeffler in the rest of the state. Walker ran 1 to 2 points ahead of Loeffler in the populist, rural areas of the state, but not enough to counter his Atlanta-area losses.

    Second, Georgia increasingly takes a purplish hue, as the Atlanta area’s massive Democratic shift continues unabated. Kemp’s high job approval only translated into a 5-point improvement over his 2020 results, as even the popular Kemp lost every Atlanta area county to Abrams. The Atlanta-rural black voter coalition forms 60% of the state’s vote. This requires Republicans either: squeeze the last few votes left out of deep red rural white Georgia (often already voting 6 to 1 Republican, or more), increase appeal to black Georgians, and/or mitigate losses in the Atlanta area either by generational appeal to younger voters, stronger pitch to working class exurban voters, or softening the margins in upscale Atlanta. None is an easy coalition to sustain.

    A lasting message of Walker’s candidacy is black snobbery, especially in Atlanta, made his perceived advantage (a black Republican candidate) actually a disadvantage, as Walker underperformed Trump throughout black Atlanta precincts. Whoever recruited Walker failed to understand the nuance of Georgia’s black voters, especially the unique approach of Atlanta’s area block voters. They didn’t know the history of Booker T., W.E.B. Du Bois, Julian Bond, Andrew Young, Morehouse and Spellman, DeKalb County, or the gay closeted black Atlanta Dave Chappelle joked about. Heck, just see their disgust at Jesse Jackson’s campaign in 1984 as ‘not worthy’ to represent the black community. Du Bois’ ‘talented tenth’ found Walker a bad example of their racial pride because they are inveterate snobs. There was a way for Walker to win, but it required exceptional campaign skill, and that ain’t in Georgia or Republican politics generally.

    A good place to start any campaign is to know the history of people and place, and they knew neither on the Walker campaign side in Georgia. He was again left without a line to block for him.”

  145. @Kim

    No sh*t! If we still had a strong Klan so much of the BS going on today would be non existent.

  146. Nat X says:
    @Detroit Refugee

    Didn’t we send you packing off 8 mile road? Pound sand incel…

    • Replies: @Detroit Refugee
  147. Nat X says:
    @XSupply and Demand

    I got enough bottom sissys in my stable, go holla at my boi Fleece he might have some work for you.

    • LOL: Truth
    • Replies: @XSupply and Demand
  148. @Nat X

    Well, that’s an intelligent comeback.

    You still fail to address you phony negro-hood, and how you just happen to use numerous expressions right out of the mouths of various white nationalists like Dr. William Pierce and Ben Klassen.

    So are you just a wigger troll, a regular (((troll))), ADL or FBI troll, or some other type of loser? I told you, the jig’s up (see what I did there?). Just stop, cuz I will keep exposing you.

    • Agree: Detroit Refugee
    • Replies: @Nat X
  149. Doesn’t the new testament hands some stuff about preachers needing to have a real job to work if they can’t be supported by the local church.

  150. @Nat X

    8 Mile is to the north. I’m on an island to the south of Detroit. Safe from all the diversity chaos.

    Enjoy your cell tonight and the filth you “down-lo” bro’s practice.

  151. Exile says:

    “I don’t doubt he is sincere in his desire to maintain the European character and traditions of our country,” wrote Jared Taylor at the time, “but I do not think he understands that only the biological descendants of the creators of those traditions will carry them forward in a meaningful way.”

    Square this statement with Jared and Greg’s support for Neil Kumar and the attempts to pass him off here as a man who “has blood” that is White (but actually on his mother’s side only (see Kumar’s article https://www.unz.com/article/is-affirmative-action-constitutional/)).

    Biologically, Neil Kumar is in part White-descended, but how close to the One Drop Rule are Jared and Greg willing to go? And what message does it send to White race-realists and advocates in America that they are willing to grant White status to a first-generation descendant of an Indian immigrant?

    How can they coherently argue for Neil Kumar’s “biological Whiteness” while ostensibly opposing non-White immigration and race-mixing?

  152. AceDeuce says:
    @Truth

    But the one thing that i have learned in over a decade on this site is, that the only thing that the type of severly-unhappy, white men who are totally dissatisfied with their own lives have in common is, that they hate blacks.

    Oh, OK. I’m sure that your trained, educated in-depth analysis holds up. Anyone who doesn’t like negroes has got something wrong with them. There can’t be any valid reason, right?

    Thanks, Sigmund Groid.

    • Replies: @Truth
  153. Nat X says:
    @XSupply and Demand

    Ofay why you stalking me? I done told you I got enough yt sissys in my stable. You and 8-mile need to stick to gayporn before you get hurt out here…

    • Replies: @Detroit Refugee
  154. @Nat X

    STFU Wannabe. I know you aren’t referring to me? Careful Lil primate. Remove my belt and make you someone’s pet.

    I pick em wisely, don’t lose. Any hurting out here is done by me.

    • Replies: @Truth
  155. Truth says:
    @AceDeuce

    Oh, OK. I’m sure that your trained, educated in-depth analysis holds up. Anyone who doesn’t like negroes has got something wrong with them. There can’t be any valid reason, right?

    Do you think that there is something wrong with a Chink that does not like Honkees?

    Thanks, Sigmund Groid.

    That’s actually kinda cute, pithy even, sound like one of mine.

  156. Truth says:
    @Detroit Refugee

    Deety, maybe I misunderstood something, but weren’t you the guy who was concerned about getting raped in jail a few weeks ago?

    • Replies: @anon
  157. anon[158] • Disclaimer says:
    @Truth

    Aren’t you the guy whose race is the inspiration for this insightful article?:

    https://nationalvanguard.org/2017/01/blacks-will-never-build-space-colonies/

    • Replies: @Truth
  158. Truth says:
    @anon

    YES…ABSOLUTELY… THANK YOU SO MUCH!*

    *(Because there is no “outer space” at least not one that is accessible, we live in a closed system).

  159. “Blacks cost this country (taxpayers) $660 billion every year. Looks like reparations to me.”

    Get a grip. Nonsense

    https://brandongaille.com/welfare-statistics-by-race-state-and-payment/

    meaning that if 39 percent of the welfare goes to whites than by whites own the larger share.

    say 375 million whites that’s 108 million on welfare
    50 million blacks that’s 20 million

    here’s an eye opener

    https://www.huffpost.com/entry/americans-welfare-perceptions-survey_n_5a7880cde4b0d3df1d13f60b

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  160. “Black people don’t seem particularly thrilled with each other, either.

    Blacks that make it big quickly move away from Blacks and into a White gated community.”

    Very similar to those whites who make it big — they move into gated communities and aren’t very thrilled about their fellow whites whose income does not reflect their own.

  161. ‘…They need a black face to give them permission to take their own side…’

    Yeah. One of the things I like least about Tucker Carlson is he plays that card a lot: ‘See? a black person says it!’

    Like — almost literally — blacks are religious deities or something. The Wise Negro validates my view. Intellectually, it’s irritating.

  162. @EliteCommInc.

    No, that’s not what your numbers say.

    Less welfare goes to whites — both in relative and in absolute terms. It’s astonishing that you managed to convince yourself the figures you yourself quoted said anything else.

    • Replies: @Truth
  163. Truth says:
    @Colin Wright

    That is actually not true.

    White people receive FAR more welfare in the US than black people and it isn’t close.

    https://thinkbynumbers.org/government-spending/corporate-vs-social-welfare/

    Even the stats on social welfare (again, by far the minority of government welfare spending) are about even.

    https://brandongaille.com/welfare-statistics-by-race-state-and-payment/

    Here are the states (As of 2017) with steepest increase in social welfare:

    1. Idaho – 24.2%
    2. Nevada – 22.4%
    3. Indiana – 21.8%
    4. Utah – 19.6%
    5. Wisconsin – 19.1%
    6. Maryland – 17.8%
    7. Massachusetts – 17.5%
    8. Georgia – 17.3%
    9. Washington – 16.4%
    10.Delaware – 14.9

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
  164. @Truth

    ‘That is actually not true…’

    …and you then proceed to cite sources and figures that do nothing to support your claim.

    It all leads one to suspect that I am indeed right and you are indeed wrong.

    Stick to attempts at snide remarks. You just got out of your depth.

  165. Truth says:

    …and you then proceed to cite sources and figures that do nothing to support your claim.

    You claimed that white people receive less than blacks. I posted numbers to suggest, clearly that they do not.

    welfare
    1 of 2
    noun
    wel·​fare ˈwel-ˌfer 
    1
    : the state of doing well especially in respect to good fortune, happiness, well-being, or prosperity
    must look out for your own welfare
    2
    a
    : aid in the form of money or necessities for those in need
    b
    : an agency or program through which such aid is distributed

    https://theweek.com/articles/498230/michele-bachmann-welfare-queen

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