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It was a sunny Saturday in liberal Madison, Wisconsin, with a high of 71 F, and joyous crowds took to the streets:

The solidarity of the Democrats’ Coalition of the Fringes can never break down, so long as the hated Emmanuel Trumpenstein is President.

Wait, check that, I’m getting an update ….

 
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  1. Mike Tre says:

    They could have been arguing over the last chicken sandwich at Popeye’s for all we know.

    • LOL: Richard B, Kylie
    • Replies: @AndrewR
  2. Playdirty says:

    He punches like a girl. Really.

    • Agree: duncsbaby
    • Replies: @JimDandy
  3. Mike Tre says:

    Oh, and Biden is going to be the greatest president of Al zheim… how’s that last part go again?

  4. What a world.

    Kyle Rittenhouse is behind bars and these creeps are loose.

    Good job, Wisconsin.

    • Agree: Joseph Doaks, Pat Kittle
    • Replies: @Rooster10
  5. The Upper Margin is certainly celebrating in Manhattan.

    I saw a shirtless guy on a bike with a giant American flag riding down Seventh Avenue. During the Summer of Floyd, he would have been stoned to death. Hell, two weeks ago he would have been chased down, but now the American flag is apparently acceptable again.

    Hedge Funders and the Oligarchs have finally been liberated from four years of TYRANNY and OPPRESSION.

    The Upper East Side. The Lord Sayeth, Let My People Go!!! They are finally free!!!

  6. pirelli says:

    A few questions.

    1) the long haired person that the guy in the blue shirt abruptly started wailing on kinda looked like a woman… surely it can’t have been, right?

    2) the woman whose voice is overheard while the beating takes place — did she see it? If so, she remained amazingly calm and indifferent.

    3) I’m guessing the guy in blue was the Biden supporter and the other guy (?) the BLMer. Can anyone understand what they were saying before blueshirt went apeshit?

    The reaction of the person with the megaphone towards the end was, of course, completely unsurprising. Oh well, like Heartiste used to say, bad times make strong men, strong men make good times, good times make hard men, etc. etc. might have gotten part of that wrong.

    • Replies: @pirelli
    , @anon
    , @AndrewR
  7. Article IV, Section 4:

    The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.

    The Negative-First Amendment:

    The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Banana-Republican Form of Government…

    • Agree: ic1000
  8. “DiscloseTV” is about as close to the MSM as this particular bit of news will ever get.

    Oh, and DiscloseTV? You just earned a spot on The List. January’s just around the corner.

  9. The solidarity of the Democrats’ Coalition of the Fringes can never break down, so long as the hated Emmanuel Trumpenstein is President.

    Sometimes groups get together to fight a common enemy and they succumb to infighting as soon as they achieve victory but sometimes the fight builds a cohesion that lasts. A lot of the social cohesion among american whites comes from fighting wars, winning, and then deciding that such and such ethnicity isn’t so bad even if they no longer need to team up with them against the germans or whoever. I guess the classic example of groups breaking down into infighting after achieving victory is the Peloponnesian war. Ultimately cultural evolution is chaotic and stymies prediction like technological evolution does.

    I don’t think that cohesion is there yet among the democratic coalition but they’re also not done beating down on the the badwhites. Far far far from it, even if Trump is toast.

    I can imagine the Indians resorting to a similar cope, telling themselves that yeah maybe the whites are kicking their butts, but as soon as they’re well and truly defeated and don’t have them around as common enemy anymore, white people will start to to turn on one another and they’ll have the last laugh. That didn’t happen. At least not on the time scale or for the reasons the Indians may have thought. The fight against the Indians built a lasting common identity that didn’t exist before.

  10. JohnnyD says:

    It’s also amazing that Covid doesn’t spread at events celebrating Joe Biden’s victory.

    • Replies: @Aussiepossum
    , @Kronos
    , @Zimriel
  11. newrouter says:

    networks call sunrise: west wins

  12. Anonymous[569] • Disclaimer says:

    There’s no solution to black-white racial issue in the U.S. 🤦‍♂️

    Wait, I spoke too soon! Vladimir Zhironovsky, leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia, has a plan to ease racial tensions in the U.S. after watching Floyd George and the BLM riots this summer:

  13. neutral says:

    The tsar has been deposed, now the bolsheviks and the mensheviks are going to have sort out their differences.

    • LOL: S. Anonyia
    • Replies: @TomSchmidt
  14. Bugg says:

    Biden’s rally is of course late. Also looks like his crowd have looted a Delaware Jeep dealership. The Senator from MBNA probably accessed a stock of excess unsold Jeeps on the docks so it doesn’t look low end nor foreign. This has been the case during each of Biden’s hometown rallies.

  15. Meanwhile, in LA….

    Los Angeles DA Jackie Lacey Concedes to George Soros-Funded Contender George Gascon

    https://www.breitbart.com/2020-election/2020/11/06/los-angeles-da-jackie-lacey-concedes-to-george-soros-funded-contender-george-gascon/

    Sorry, iSteve.

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
    , @cynthia curran
  16. **** President Trump needs to get out there with his people, ASAP. There is tremendous energy and activity all over the country. He could go to Georgia or PA or Michigan and draw 100,000+ right now. He has an army of energized supporters who are ready for the call. Seize the day.

    • Replies: @Goddard
    , @Alexander Turok
  17. Thoughts says:

    I’m just wondering which Arab country we are going to attack first

  18. Cortes says:
    @Clifford Brown

    That’s just fantastic!

    Thanks.

  19. It’s like looking into the future. 10 years from now, the Biden supporters will sound like Republicans and the BLM supporters will be moderate Democrats.

    • Agree: bruce county
  20. Anonymous[390] • Disclaimer says:

    The dog has caught the car. Now what does it do with it?

    • LOL: Joseph Doaks
    • Replies: @Wade Hampton
  21. Bernard says:

    Some men will wrongly strike a woman once in the heat moment, but that kind of rabid punching is just unthinkable. She was trying to calm him. Disgusting and sick.

  22. Michelle says:

    Wish it was that warm here, low 50’s and 40’s. I have to hose off my, forced air, heater’s screen tomorrow. I hate this time of year!

  23. Nick Diaz says:

    This is a great day. I am so happy! I came here to gloat and laugh at you pathetic, loser, sexually inadequate. racist middle-aged Boomer white male who populate this blog. You use the most disingenuous, contrived, pseudo-intellectual arguments to try to justify your immigration restrictionist, sexual and ethnic minority loathing ethos. You disguise the reasons why you support the maintainance of the white power structure with more morally palatable reasons like nationalism, “citizenism”, “IQ(pseudo)science”, etc, when in reality me and you know that the real reason can be summarized with two words: *visceral prejudice* . Visceral prejudice against other ethnic and religious groups, visceral prejudice against gays and otuers that cannot git the conservative ideal that life is all about breeding and starting families, etc. That is, racism, sexism and homophobia. Those are the *real* reasons why you oppose immigration and minority rights. I know it and you know it. Don’t lie to me. The excuse of limiting immigration to “help out our poorest citizens” is just a ruse. If the incoming immigrants were mostly poor whites from eastern Europe, you wouldn’t be so vocal about it.Likewise, the argument that homosexual sex should be illegal to protect gay men from getting AIDS, is just another disingenuous way that Sailer found out to justify the disenfrancizement of gay men. If Sailer truly belive that, then he would support gay marriage as a way to stop the scourge of gay HIV infections. But Sailer opposes gay marriage. So if they can’t get sex through marriage but also can’t get casual sex, then when according to Sailer will gays and lesbians be havingsex? Oh right: never. Never mind that they are human beings, what really matters to Sailer is the continuation of the people he really cares about: heterosexual, cis-gendered families with kids, preferably white. The is the end goal of Sailer’s entire career as a political commentator and globber: to keep America as heterosexual, hetero-normative, traditional nucleat famly and white as possible.

    Your motives are innately vile, unempathetic, excludent, viscerally prejudiced and unfair, If the whole struggle between white male conservatives and liberals were a movie, you would be cast as the bad guys. Now, there are a few here who are genuine heartfelt nationalists and traditionalists who feel like liberalism has gone too far, and I can sympathize with some of those views. But a lot of you here truly are racists with a Neanderthal attitude to women and sexual minorities(women only good for breeding and motherhood, and fags should stay in the closet and quiet).

    I hope Biden’s first move as President is to tear down Trump’s non-existent wall, give immediate citizenship to all illegal immigrants and make it much easier for any foreigner who wants to come here to get their American Citizenship.. You know, the wall he said he would build and never actually did. Of course he didn’t, because Trump is a buffoon and a snake oil salesman, but he is not genuinelly evil like you guys are.

    You lost. And I am so very happy. I know the responses I will get, so in advance here is my response: FY. This is a great day, and I am going to drink Champagne all night! Oh, what a happy day!

  24. danand says:
    @Clifford Brown

    “…now the American flag is apparently acceptable again.”

    An acquaintance put up these flags to celebrate the “victory” today. He and his wife let me know a couple months back that they’d vote for a turnup if that would end Trump.

    By happenstance a breeze re-oriented the flags to more match my take of today:

    biden flags

    • Agree: Hibernian
    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
  25. @Clifford Brown

  26. Anonymous[544] • Disclaimer says:

    Steve:

    You need to start tearing apart the Voting Data looking for fraud. You are good at pattern detection.
    You are our last hope.

    Thank you

  27. Biden and #BLM supporters clash

    I thought the Ur-Fringists would at least wait for Dementia Joe’s inauguration before attacking their white allies. When will the white allies understand that they are not wanted and that no amount of cowering and bootlicking will change that fact?

  28. Anonymous[305] • Disclaimer says:
    @Clifford Brown

    So, Wall Street is celebrating and giving middle finger to Trump, but the GOP and Trumpers’ message is “We must protect capitalism from socialists!”

    It was all a globo-gambit. Sure, Covid and Floyd riots did damage to big cities, but Jewish globalists saw Trump as enemy #1 who had to be removed.

    So, sink the economy with Covid and let cities burn with BLM riots.

    This was sabotage and criminality on a massive scale, as well as treason, but those who control the media control the narrative.

    So, economic mess was blamed on Trump and so were the riots and violence.

    This is how they play, and yet, Americans voted for Biden and Harris who urged on the rioters.

    And the ‘conservative’ response is ‘save capitalism from socialism’ and ‘support Israel’.

    Pathetic.

    2020 was a crazy year. The year Jewish Power decided to go totally crazy just because they gotta have their favorite puppet and snuff out all traces of white identity and interests.

    But just watch. Trumpers will say “Biden and Harris hate Israel” and “save capitalism”.
    Dummies. It was big capital that waged war on Trump whose policies were more worker-friendly.

  29. Michelle says:

    I voted for Jo Jorgensen, I have no skin in this game. I feel relaxed and refreshed. Divorce yourself from events and policies you are powerless to.effect or change. It’s liberating!

    • LOL: Wade Hampton
  30. @Clifford Brown

    That they are having a drunken party in the streets on a day when the US had a record number of COVID cases, and after months of bullshit about how Trump rallies were superspreader events was a new low in liberal hypocrisy.

    Also seeing nonstop PMCs and AWFLs arrive in San Francisco to party in ubers after defeating Prop 22 was quite ridiculous. The adult children who run our society will definitely be having a double helping of cake at this birthday party.

  31. If only we could get a true multiparty system, Whites would be able to secure their rights.

    Traditional Whites are the largest voting block. When we grow up and realize Old White America is dead meat, but we as a people remain, all kinds of options emerge.

    Blacks, Jews, Asians, Latinos, and White race-traitors are not a natural group. As stated, they only hold together in moments as part of an anti-White coalition. With multiple parties they would fracture.

    Now, how you get to a real multiparty system, I don’t know. Oddly, the Left may get us there by admitting new states, getting rid of the electoral college, etc. As bad as that will be it will destroy the old system. And it will make Whites realize they have to stop trying to save 1975 America.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
  32. jim jones says:

    Trunp was our last hope, thank god I have a bottle of whiskey in the house

    • Replies: @Kibernetika
  33. Escher says:

    Will Ms. Harris extend the same courtesy to Trump that he did to Hilary, by not setting federal prosecutors loose on him?

  34. Thoughts says:
    @Anonymous

    But Steve thinks Biden won legit and that Covid is real

    (Sorry Steve, we love you but…)

    And Steve isn’t our last hope, that’s silly. There are lots of people good or better than Steve.

  35. @Clifford Brown

    Somebody should tell Max Boot his big tits aren’t actually appealing.

  36. @Thoughts

    I’m just wondering which Arab country we are going to attack first

    Michigan.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
  37. LRFD says:

    TPTB have proven that they are capable of demoralizing, disorienting, and disconnecting the pro-Trump coalition, despite this coalition knowing (now more than ever) that TPTB despise them. TPTB will be more than able to squash any serious discontent among the Coalition of the Fringes. That said, here come the circular firing squads to thin out the worst malcontents. Should be fun to watch until the Biden administration shuts down UNZ.

  38. @Anonymous

    Start a new war in the Middle East, for one thing.

  39. @Bugg

    Definitely over. It’s served its purpose.

    CNN doesn’t sound alarm of COVID ‘superspreaders’ as thousands celebrate Biden win in the streets
    The network previously condemned every White House and Trump campaign event for not following CDC guidelines

    https://www.foxnews.com/media/2020-election-biden-superspreaders-covid-street-parties.amp

    [MORE]

    “How the media shifted so abruptly from ‘anyone going to a spacious beach is a super-spreading monster killing Grandma’ to ‘these mass, densely populated protests with people screaming on top of each other are so inspiring’ was one of 2020’s most credibility-destroying media acts,” journalist Glenn Greenwald declared.

    “This is all perfectly fine because, as we’ve learned, covid is a politically enlightened virus that spares those with the correct ideological leanings,” Daily Wire writer Matt Walsh tweeted.

  40. ChrisZ says:
    @Clifford Brown

    He’s so excited, even his nipples are hard. Within a minute of taking this picture he was probably pulling a Toobin.

  41. Goddard says:
    @Neo Morpheus

    President Trump needs to get out there with his people, ASAP. There is tremendous energy and activity all over the country. He could go to Georgia or PA or Michigan … Seize the day.

    A thousand amens to that. Also, is there a website where Trump supporters can leave a message to the president urging him to fight on?

  42. Let the healing begin!

    • Replies: @El Dato
  43. @Anonymous

    The first part of the Zhironovsky plan would be a tad more persuasive if he didn’t intend to locate them near the Canadian border. No one’s likely to be convinced by that. Least of all the negroes themselves, who don’t exactly cotton to freezing weather.

    They might accept the Gulf Coast states, provided they retain all privileges in the remaining states, and are awarded all the wealth that whitey’s built up since Columbus.

    • LOL: bomag
  44. @bruce county

    This is so fun to watch.

    From the relative safety of the Laurentian Shield, yes. With your popular-vote losing Prime Minister by your side.

    AOC and IAO are not “far left”– within their party. They are the heart. The future.

    Congresswoman Ilhan Omar of Minnesota joined Ocasio-Cortez in defending progressives. “And every single swing-seat House Democrat who is a member of the Progressive Caucus won or is on track to win re-election,” she tweeted. “Every. Single. One.”

    ☪ ☪ ☪Ilhan Omar ☪ ☪ ☪. Every. Single. Time.

    • Replies: @bruce county
  45. Anon[200] • Disclaimer says:

    Yawn

    Today was a great day

    A day of hope of love of joy of victory over white supremacy and evil

    The nihtmare is over the holidays have begun

    Justice will be done

    Things will be mended

  46. @jim jones

    thank [G]od I have a bottle of whiskey in the house

    Will one bottle be sufficient?

  47. Anon[373] • Disclaimer says:

    I was promised a Trump coup by the New Yorker. Where is my coup?

    I popped the popcorn, but there is no coup. Why is he not giving speeches from the balcony? Where are the Apache helicopters full of Trump-supporting young military officers on the White House lawn? Why is Trump golfing? True authoritarian fascist Hitlers golf after the coup, not before it. He needs to get to work on the coup, and fast.

    • LOL: El Dato
    • Replies: @MB
  48. Anon[200] • Disclaimer says:
    @Nick Diaz

    Yes, I agree but I think it is unseemly to attack beaten dogs too much

    The only reason places like this exist is to give small junked white middle aged loser virgins with no life skills something to look forward to

  49. Ano says:

    Hmm, I wonder which faction of the Dem Politburo will prevail vis a vis Trump.

    There are the hot-bloods. The hot-headed ones who thirst for blood (primarily metaphorically speaking- for now).

    These dream of show trials; a shackled Trump in leg irons; his businesses seized, forfeited, and confiscated (or at the very least punitively taxed into a fire sale); and his family reduced to penury, so reduced and their name blackened, neither he nor anybody from the Trump dynasty to the end of time can ever reclaim or aspire to power.

    Then…

    There are the cold-bloods. The super-cynical ones who see the usefulness of Trump to keep Dem voters in line. So, rather than do a Carthage on Trump, this faction avows a cleverer strategy is to keep promoting the presence and threat of Emmanuel Trumpstein; stoke up the 2 minutes hate; stoke up the fear of the MAGA counter-revolutionaries; playing up Trump as a dark and sinister siren-like figure, ready to lure Dem voters astray into Systemic Racism/Islamophobia/and Science Denialism; ever plotting to return to illegitimate power as Dictator at the head of his reactionary Fascist forces.

    Whichever faction does win out, of course it goes without saying, the Trump presidency will serve as a convenient scapegoat for any bad news (if, somehow, the MSM let their guard down and let slip out some bad news (e.g. poorly performing economy, defeat of US forces on the Iranian battlefield, a destructive hurricane season, etc etc)).

  50. @Bernard

    that kind of rabid punching is just unthinkable. She was trying to calm him. Disgusting and sick.

    You racist! Everyone cancel Bernard! Quick!

  51. @Clifford Brown

    Someone should send Max Boot a copy of Tee-Hee Coates’s Manzier catalog.

    • LOL: Inquiring Mind
  52. MBlanc46 says:

    All of the fractures in our two-party system will reappear in the single party of the coming one-party system.

  53. pirelli says:
    @pirelli

    Left this comment after only one viewing. Watched again and saw that the lady who starts speaking immediately after the punch up was standing there all along and saw the whole thing go down right in front of her. Amazing.

  54. @JohnnyD

    Covid is allergic to Democrats, they don’t have wear masks or worry about that shit, the Biden election cured Covid, miracles happen😜

  55. Kylie says:
    @Bernard

    “Some men will wrongly strike a woman once in the heat moment, but that kind of rabid punching is just unthinkable. She was trying to calm him. Disgusting and sick.”

    She had her hand on him trying to restrain him. In the low-income, mixed-race neighborhood I lived in, that was called “going toe to toe” with a man. A woman who did that, especially to a black man, forfeited her right to be treated as a woman and would be treated as any man would be who did the same thing.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  56. Slate has posted an op-ed calling for the arrest and imprisonment of Stephen Miller:

    Jail Stephen Miller! Slate Joins Media Cry for Revenge Against Trump Supporters

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/11/07/jail-stephen-miller-slate-joins-media-cry-for-revenge-against-trump-supporters/

    This is it folks.

    Resist now or it’s boxcars and camps for YT….all the way down.

  57. MB says: • Website

    Here’s one brother that is up to the game being pulled.
    No more frontin’ for the white man’s tricks, i.e. “being the face of the con”.

    Notice how its mostly white people in Philly celebrating https://t.co/DhC0blPZh4— Tariq Nasheed 🇺🇸 (@tariqnasheed) November 7, 2020

    If we are gonna keep it 100…it looks like the Democrats might have pulled some type of finesse with this election.The problem is, white liberals have a history or doing deceptive moves, then making BLACK PEOPLE the face of the con. So when there is backlash, it falls on us— Tariq Nasheed 🇺🇸 (@tariqnasheed) November 7, 2020

    Go Tariq

    (Hat tip to Jack Maxey on Steve Bannon’s War Room Pandemic Episode 483)

  58. Anonymous[227] • Disclaimer says:

    OT

    Critical race theory comes for coronavirus:

    Nunez-Smith’s “research focuses on promoting health and health care equity for structurally marginalized populations with an emphasis on supporting health care workforce diversity and development, developing patient reported measurements of health care quality, and identifying regional strategies to reduce the global burden of non-communicable diseases.”

  59. anon[282] • Disclaimer says:
    @pirelli

    He’s all riled up about his phone, like it’s missing or still on the ground. Seems they might have been shooing/escorting him away and he was vehemently resisting since didn’t have phone.

  60. JimDandy says:
    @Playdirty

    Seriously? You just went ahead and gendered them to justify your sexist ‘joke’? That is not ok. Your comment was out of line on so many levels, I don’t even know where to begin. Do better.

    • LOL: Bumpkin
  61. @Anonymous

    East Africa speaks English.

    But does East Africa does speak African American Ebonics.

  62. MB says: • Website
    @Anonymous

    Steve Bannon has had Richard Baris (@Peoples_Pundit, @BigDataPoll) on repeatedly looking through the numbers.
    https://pandemic.warroom.org/2020/11/07/ep-483-pandemic-phoenix-w-fog-city-midge-richard-baris-ben-bergquam-and-boris-epshteyn/
    (No scroll through unfortunately)

    Best analysis so far that I’ve seen.

  63. Peterike says:

    Despite occasional scuffles, the Coalition of the Fringes never breaks apart. It’s a fantasy that it will. It’s like when people say “oh that latest scandal has ruined the media’s credibility forever!”

    That also never happens. The media is more powerful than ever before. It doesn’t matter how many lies they get caught telling. They win.

  64. MB says: • Website
    @Anon

    It was a mail-in election.
    It will be a mail-in coup.
    Wait for it.

  65. @Neo Morpheus

    Reminds me of all the people who marched for (always vague) action against the climate emergency. They weren’t sure how, they weren’t sure why, but surely getting a whole bunch of people to stand in an area with signs, displaying energy, was gonna do something.

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
  66. nymom says:

    I personally think a lot of people voted for Biden in the vain hope that life would return to normal again if he was elected.

    It was almost like when people voted for Obama hoping that would help Blacks and other minorities feel good about America finally. Sadly just the opposite happened and now they hate us even more than previously, as we have seen with the growth of BLM, Antifa and various other radically leftist groups under Obama’s watch.

    I think things will get a lot worse under Biden as he has already pledged to give citizenship to the 30 or 40 million illegals already here which will mean the end of the Republicans, as weak and useless as they have proven to be, ever holding the Presidency, the House and eventually even the Senate ever again. Who knows what will happen with the court system…

    Not that the Republicans were much use whenever they controlled those offices, but at least, it was a facade of middle class America having some say in things. Now even that will be gone.

    I just expect to continue seeing a slow deterioration of our way of life from schools, to medical care, public utilities and finally actual public safety. In fact, very similar to what happened to South Africa over the 26 year period that Apartheid ended.

  67. @neutral

    I can’t wait for what happens to the Mensheviks!

    • LOL: Muggles
  68. @Nick Diaz

    Likewise, the argument that homosexual sex should be illegal to protect gay men from getting AIDS, is just another disingenuous way that Sailer found out to justify the disenfrancizement of gay men. If Sailer truly belive that, then he would support gay marriage as a way to stop the scourge of gay HIV infections. But Sailer opposes gay marriage. So if they can’t get sex through marriage but also can’t get casual sex, then when according to Sailer will gays and lesbians be havingsex? Oh right: never. Never mind that they are human beings

    When did Steve ever advocate banning gay sex?

  69. epebble says:
    @Bugg

    No, We are on hockey stick curve. Infections are above 100,000+ per day and deaths above 1200+ per day.

    What Biden did today is risky. If he goes through the same path as Trump, we will have President Harris in early 2021. White house is a very crowded place. Social distancing is very difficult. I predict President Harris in under 10 months.

    • Replies: @bomag
    , @El Dato
  70. @Anon

    You and Nick should get a room. Also, what’s with liberal’s endless obsessions with the pecker-size and sexuality of their political opponents? It’s beyond feminist. It’s how dumbass girls talk. These are the idiots who will be in the White House, although unable to rule or impose any but the thinnest executive orders. Impotent, I believe they’ll call themselves.

  71. Mr. Anon says:
    @Clifford Brown

    Max Boot popping a bottle of bubbly and giddy at the thought of the upcoming invasion of Iran.

    • Replies: @S. Anonyia
  72. @bruce county

    You beat me to it; I was going to say, “Dearborn.”

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
  73. @Nick Diaz

    Nick – enjoy your day. You, your toy dog, the poppers and weird sex. Have a go boy!

  74. More victory celebrations at BLM Plaza in DC, comrades!

    Libtard goodwhites really are the dumbest fing people on Earth.

    • Replies: @Dissident
    , @AceDeuce
  75. Mr. Anon says:
    @danand

    A house in my neighborhood had a huge rainbow flag with a big black BLM clenched fist in the middle (symbolic in lots of ways, when you think about it, although you’d rather not). A couple days ago it was gone and replaced with a (much smaller) Stars and Stripes. I noticed a few other houses with American flags out apropos of nothing. It’s only America to these people when a Dem is in the White House.

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    , @Ed
  76. @Anon

    Quack. (“Things will be mended.” I think you’re going to need a bigger sewing machine…)

  77. @Reg Cæsar

    From the relative safety of the Laurentian Shield, yes

    The Niagara Escarpment is beautiful right now.

  78. @Nick Diaz

    homosexual sex

    How often do you come across a double oxymoron?

    I hope Biden’s first move as President is to tear down Trump’s non-existent wall, give immediate citizenship to all illegal immigrants and make it much easier for any foreigner who wants to come here to get their American Citizenship.

    All two billion of them. At least you’re out of the closet on that.

    If the incoming immigrants were mostly poor whites from eastern Europe, you wouldn’t be so vocal about it.

    Why would they come here? Unlike ours, their countries are rather sane at the moment. (Although they could use a few more children of their own.)

    (women only good for breeding and motherhood, and fags should stay in the closet and quiet).

    In other words, we think like Africans. And you, like a white supremacist.

    Like many here, I find “people of color”, especially those less infected by Western fads, to be much saner on these issues. You don’t? That speaks volumes.

    Those are the *real* reasons why you oppose immigration and minority rights.

    Most of us support Puerto Rican independence. Biden and others are the true imperialists. They want a second Hawaii. As if the first one’s annexation was valid.

    • Agree: Dissident
    • Replies: @Rob McX
  79. @Gary in Gramercy

    Dearbornistan, fixed it for you.

    • Thanks: bomag
    • LOL: Gary in Gramercy
  80. I wonder if Terence Trent D’Arby got his jaw broken here. That’s a dude, not a chick.

    • Replies: @Templar
  81. Whiskey says: • Website

    I told you. Race civil war is coming.

  82. duncsbaby says:

    Rebecca Brannon may call it a “fight breaking out,” but I call it a black dude throwing punchs & a elbow at a white chick. What a punk-bitch. He’s probably got some cushy admin job w/the university.

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
  83. duncsbaby says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    Well you can kiss L.A. tourism a final kiss goodbye.

  84. @nymom

    Agree. And the irony is that the new arrivals don’t and won’t pay taxes, don’t pay into social security etc. so all those programs so near and dear to Democrat demagogues will go bankrupt. I believe this was the plan all along, Steve’s proverbial triple bank shot.

    • Replies: @Flip
  85. @Thoughts

    Whichever one israel says to attack … it’s the way we’ve done it for decades.

  86. duncsbaby says:
    @duncsbaby

    Well, I’ve now looked at this stupid video four times and I guess that ain’t a white chick the black guy is throwing punches at but looks to be a mulatto chick. One commenter says it’s a dude, baby, but I don’t know, it looks like a chick after watching it a fourth time. So, I guess, all is cool, just blacks beating on blacks, nothing to see here really at all.

    Did someone mention something about whiskey?

  87. anon[221] • Disclaimer says:
    @Thoughts

    I’m just wondering which Arab country we are going to attack first

    Iran is not an Arab country.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  88. @Nick Diaz

    In short, you don’t believe in evolution.

  89. @Anon

    Sounds like you spend a lot of time gazing at other guy’s schlongs.

  90. bomag says:
    @epebble

    This.

    So much is lined up against Biden, health-wise.

    I wonder how hard those around him will work to maintain him. It is rather cynical to prop him up in such an office when he is in decline; such circumstances tend not to attract the best of care.

  91. AndrewR says:
    @Mike Tre

    Steve is such a fraud. He never talks about things like climate change because he “doesn’t know enough about it” but he posts the most menial, trivial racial bait like this. We’ve all seen a million instances where joggers act like joggers and other joggers run interference.

    I’m racist af but I dont pretend to be some disinterested skeptic or whatever schtick Sailer is trying to pull

    • Replies: @Abe
  92. Dissident says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    “For all of you f—ng journalists, for all of you white liberals who have been celebrating, getting drunk off your asses about Biden winning this election, you are all a bunch of f—ng fools!”

    Might this be part of a coordinated show on the part of Democrats to distance themselves from the BLM-ANTIFA terrorists? A Good Cop/Bad Cop type of play?

    • Replies: @The Wild Geese Howard
  93. AndrewR says:
    @Clifford Brown

    Can we resurrect the 9/11 guys please

  94. Kronos says:
    @JohnnyD

    Wokeness is the ultimate placebo.

  95. Now that Trump’s been dispatched by the contributory pressure of mob violence, the focus will turn towards old white Joe. Didn’t think it would happen this fast, but given the embrace of Critical Race Theory, it is inevitable.

  96. Templar says:
    @Ron Mexico

    Maybe a xhe male?
    Impressive lookin biceps plus zhe stayed on zher feet after a flurry of solid punches.

    • Replies: @Ron Mexico
  97. AndrewR says:
    @pirelli

    We’re still in the good times. Dumb blacks might claim otherwise but they’re a big reason why hard times are coming. They really won’t like it when hard times come for us.

  98. @Clifford Brown

    Can’t wait to see this guy smile when millions pour into NYC due to Biden’s open borders policy and he has dead bolts over dead bolts. Just keep repeating to yourself-“Orange man, bad. Orange man, bad.” Then “Why are you rioting? We put Biden in office. Why are you so angry?”

  99. AndrewR says:
    @Anonymous

    Evil.

    East Africans have done absolutely nothing to deserve the scourge of black Americans.

  100. Rob McX says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    homosexual sex

    How often do you come across a double oxymoron?

    It’s what Jeffrey Toobin was doing.

  101. @Anonymous

    Meanwhile we get nothing for our votes. That must change now. Reparations are long overdue.

    Exactly. This point must be pushed constantly. And no wimpy compromises like institutional reparations, which only go to suits.

    How about building a Reparations Flame outside the White House, to be extinguished only when every descendent of US slaves gets his 5-, 6-, 0r 7-figure check? No need to resort to expensive, overrated architects– just wheel out a Dumpster full of retired IKEA furniture, and keep it going.

    Ask why Joe isn’t doing this with an executive order. After all, FDR gave free housing and food to those Nips on the Coast, and several reparations checks came later.

    Blacks should never be allowed to forget that they promised. Nor should whites. Nor any shade in-between.

  102. @anon

    I’m just wondering which Arab country we are going to attack first

    Iran is not an Arab country.

    Impeachment hearings should begin the moment any US troops are sent anywhere they are not now. All it would take is GOP spine and a handful of Democrat pacifists. Force their “blue” (i.e., Red) colleagues to put up or shut up with a declaration of war.

    This kind of resistance is long, long overdue. Korea was one of several reasons Harry Truman deserved to die in prison.

    At least the Philippines were technically ours in our pineapple war there, so that was domestic, if only a fig leaf so.

    • Agree: sayless
    • Replies: @Skylark Thibedeau
  103. My European friends were gushing on last night about how the world will be restored to peace, civility, and coöperation. I reminded them that they remain vassal states of the empire, but now have even less reason to break free of their servitude. That kind of sobered them up, and the topic switched to more pleasant aspects of life.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
  104. El Dato says:
    @Clifford Brown

    Well, it IS the first time in world history where an election has freed the people from fascism, after all.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  105. El Dato says:
    @epebble

    APOLOGIZE!

    News outlet Quartz apologizes for tweeting story explaining what happens if president-elect DIES after Biden’s victory called

    While the Biden campaign sought to downplay the issue, arguing that he is in perfect shape, most Americans – including nearly half of Democrats – had doubts about Biden’s health. A Rasmussen Reports poll in August showed that 59 percent of likely voters believed it was likely that Biden wouldn’t be able to finish a four-year term as president. Even among Democrats, 49 percent said it was likely that vice-presidential running mate Kamala Harris would need to replace Biden at some point in the term.

    The answer, as Quartz explained, is that if Biden were to die before December’s electoral college vote, the Democratic National Committee could name a replacement – presumably, but not necessarily, Harris – and urge the Biden-backing electors to vote for that person. If Biden were to die after Congress certifies his election in early January but before the January 20 inauguration, Harris would replace him.

    • Replies: @epebble
  106. Cleaned up this jpeg which is worth sharing imho.

    I found it linked somewhere here but not sure which thread.

    Aren’t these points largely compelling? Water under the bridge?

  107. El Dato says:
    @Nick Diaz

    Post this on Twitter.

    Some Twitter minion/minionette will print it out, manually transcribe it, letter it in gold leaf on parchment made from the skin of mink that got gassed to stop the Great Mink Covid Epidemic and hand it to Jack to have a good wank over Sunday brunch.

  108. The BLM types just realized President Harris is going to throw them in prison in order to get re-elected.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
  109. Ed says:

    At the end of the day enough white people in the suburbs of Atlanta, Philadelphia, Milwaukee & Phoenix voted for Biden.

    What’s really galling is that in Milwaukee the suburbs there are thought to be the most conservative in the country. Trump did worse there this time around than he did in ‘16. He already got 30k fewer votes than Romney in ‘16. I’m hoping the suburbs have to deal with their choices first hand and soon. I hope the Dems are aggressive with moving Section 8 into these places.

    • Replies: @S. Anonyia
  110. Hibernian says:
    @Anonymous

    My hopes are for 22, 24, the Constitutional perogatives of the People, the States, and the Federal Legislative and Judicial Branches, and resistance to any attempts to substitute Kamala for Joe.

  111. Hibernian says:
    @RichardTaylor

    Adopt proportional representation which encourages minor parties and also will end the debate about gerrymandering.

  112. Rob McX says:
    @Redneck farmer

    I believe that’s how she got so far in California politics.

  113. @Reg Cæsar

    I guess that’s how they get away with replacing Americans with Filipinos on help desks and customer service lines.

  114. @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    Had they not forgotten to vote for Senator too Schumer would be the incoming majority leader.

  115. Flip says:
    @Escher

    Will Ms. Harris extend the same courtesy to Trump that he did to Hilary, by not setting federal prosecutors loose on him?

    No

  116. Flip says:
    @nymom

    I just expect to continue seeing a slow deterioration of our way of life from schools, to medical care, public utilities and finally actual public safety. In fact, very similar to what happened to South Africa over the 26 year period that Apartheid ended.

    We are a Latin American country with a rapacious ruling class and little rule of law.

  117. Flip says:
    @ThreeCranes

    At this point I’m hoping the dollar collapses so we learn our lesson.

  118. AceDeuce says:
    @Clifford Brown

    Is that the “Toobin-Style” grip that this Chew Toy is using to hold his bottle of Mogen David bubbly?

  119. Rob McX says:

    This coalition is an interesting concept. If America is so diverse, why only two parties? Because, the official explanation presumably goes, people need not be divided by race, gender, etc.

    So why isn’t there only one party? That’s not as ridiculous a question as it might seem. There’s potential for fifty different parties. But if the number can be kept down to two, why not to one? Because whites. Without them, all divisions would cease. Hispanics would never get mad about black crime, Muslims would never have a problem with gay marriage, etc.

    This massive lie can only survive as long as whites are still around. If they suddenly disappeared, a bloodbath would follow. Their existence is the only thing distracting other groups from their hatred of each other.

    Of course it can also be argued that there is only one party, with alternating candidates maintaining the illusion of duality.

    • Replies: @anon
  120. Zimriel says:
    @JohnnyD

    At 71 degrees outside in the sunlight? Viruses don’t spread well in that, and if you’re unlucky enough to catch a stray bug your immune system will handle it.
    The problem was always that Winter Is Coming.

  121. AceDeuce says:
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    Only thing worst than knigroids is knigroids with some power.

    And, since these morons have no actual solutions to offer to anything, the energy they spent fighting Orange Man Bad will now go toward liberal whites who don’t show proper “respeck”.

    Enjoy, white “allies”.

  122. @Escher

    The three, hot button political issues of 2016, that Trump promoted were:

    • build the wall (& get MX to fund it).
    • repeal ObamaCare.
    • lock her up.

    The extent to which those ideas were achieved, if non-zero, did not live up to the expectations of his earliest, enthusiastic supporters.

    This time, Trump played it safe by avoiding mention of controversial issues. Even if he had a policy agenda, nobody would have believed that he was serious.

    He had to run on his personal popularity. He sounded like someone out of ideas.

    But I was still cheering for the Comedian-in-Chief.

  123. Time to Round Up the Usual Victims; they’ll be trotting out old vid’s [nothing ever dies on the ‘net] of Creepy Uncle Joe decrying “racial jungles” and “super predators” any day now to pave the way for Kommie Harris to assume the presidency. The nominees for cabinet posts are gonna be a hoot; Keith Ellison for US Attorney General, anyone? On the plus side, I guess CNN can safely fire Van “Whitelash” Jones now, as the imminent arrival of the Utopian States of America makes his usual drivel irrelevant.

  124. Abe says:
    @Anon

    Yes, I agree but I think it is unseemly to attack beaten dogs too much

    The only reason places like this exist is to give small junked white middle aged loser virgins with no life skills something to look forward to

    Ah, you must be a veteran of the great Battle of PROMingrad! Or maybe you hit the beaches on day one of Operation PROMerlord?

    Anyone making these type of wild, highly personal, sexually humiliating attacks out of left field is pretty much GUARANTEED to be a low-level journo-list type who was a romantic misfit all through high school (either did not go to prom at all, or else went platonically with their opposite-sex AP Chem lab buddy), then finally in college made their first fumbling attempts at sexual self-discovery before in their 20’s assortively settling upon someone of like background whom they are not quite crazy about and lash out at in all sorts of passive-aggressive ways. Did I get it about right, sport? The key tell is their adolescent romantic humiliations are still so fresh in their heads, their burning pride in finally acquiring an intimate partner still so undiminished, that they immediately resort to these sort of nasty personal attacks when they think the target is vulnerable enough (cf. GamerGate).

    Read an article a couple months ago where journo-list types were asked to name their favorite bricks & mortar stores growing up but subsequently put out of business by Amazon, and quite a lot of “X was my favorite shoe store I’d window shop for shoes to wear to the prom I never attended…”, “Y was my favorite clothing store to window shop for the dress I’d wear on high school dates I never went on…”, etc. There’s nothing wrong with a slower sexual development, but to then viscously lash out at those maybe less fortunate than you who simply want to enjoy their unobjectionable hobbies in peace without a bunch of woke crap? Even Obama could not help himself from burning these pathetic journo-list babies, calling the press correspondents dinner “nerd prom, the first prom some of you have ever attended “. Sad.

    • Replies: @Dissident
  125. @Anonymous

    I believe that the voter integrity project’s first goal was to set up the environment with the election system to delegitimize a Trump victory to further a color revolution style coup. Apparently they were brazen enough to steal it outright. The Democrats problem now is that they are the ones who have to labor under the cloud of suspicion not Trump.

    In spite of Twitter / FB info cartel and the their junior partners in the media this thing will not be swept under the rug. The opposite will occur. There will be an army of people on the internet and elsewhere that will pour over this for years and will dissect it into granular detail. This will be like pee-Gate where in time, everything will be known.

    There will be lawsuits for years and eventually, Federal Legislation or a SCOTUS decision mandating voting rights will come about. We were warned about this a long time ago. Hammer, score card, blockchain ballots, secure voter ID, etc. will be remedied even if it takes a political movement to do it.

    What I am waiting to see are the exit polls and the maps with voting irregularities overlaid with the various demographics. Steve, that is a job for you.

  126. epebble says:
    @El Dato

    I have nothing to apologize for. Unlike Quartz, I am not speculating anything before Biden moves over to White House. But once he move in, it is as much a mathematical certainty as it will snow this winter in Minnesota that he will succumb to Covid. It is very crowded and has had dozens of infections. Mark Meadows is infected now (and the White House is immobilized and on autopilot now). If Trump pattern follows, it will be 6 months or so from Jan 20 before the actuarial event occurs.

    It was a terrible decision for Biden to pick an inexperienced person like Harris in August after 100,000+, mostly seniors had perished from Covid. A good Democratic Governor (line Jay Inslee of WA) would have been a wise decision when the inevitable happens.

    How a smart guy behaves: https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/white-house/mcconnell-says-he-s-avoided-white-house-months-because-covid-n1242634

  127. anon[277] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rob McX

    So why isn’t there only one party?

    There is only one party. It has two branches that LARP every few years. This should have been obvious for the last 3 years when the GOPe joined with the DNCe to oppose Bad Orange Hitler.

    Of course it can also be argued that there is only one party, with alternating candidates maintaining the illusion of duality.

    The evidence supporting that is literally all over the web today.

  128. Abe says:
    @AndrewR

    Steve is such a fraud.

    Yaaaay, everyone’s favorite iSteve commenter is back! All through 2019 I, and I think many others on here as well, were thinking- where is AndrewR? Is AndrewR still OK? How can I or anyone else on here hope to uphold AndrewR’s legacy of holding Steve to account for the myriad ways he falls short of AndrewR’s exacting standards as well as AndrewR?

    • Agree: Sam Malone
    • Replies: @AndrewR
  129. @Mr. Anon

    Lindsey Graham has already talked about how he will work with Biden. I can’t imagine it would be about anything other than military action…

  130. @Ed

    Problem with the suburbs is the younger people (or under 35, I should say) are sheltered, moronic utopians and vote accordingly. They could use a dose of reality.

    Their parents raised them in prosperous, fairly conservative and even churchgoing households in the 90s/aughts. Then they go to college, “rebel” against their background, but don’t lose their sense of moral superiority and authoritarianism. Soon enough progressive politics, Star Wars, and Marvel Comics replace their religion. It’s like the worst of both worlds. Woke combined with absolute conviction that they are morally perfected good guys.

    Someone should start studying them.

    • Agree: AceDeuce
  131. Dryheavz says:
    @Nick Diaz

    You’re going to need a rest after all those big words.

  132. Hockamaw says:
    @Nick Diaz

    Excellent troll post! Really good, thanks.

    However, no matter who is in the White House, the fact remains that

    life is all about breeding and starting families

    I know that fact must be very painful for someone like you who has chosen the biological dead-end of the homosexual lifestyle. But, the good news is that it is never too late for you to change. God bless you.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  133. Jack D says:
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    If you were a Dem. activist doing ballot stuffing, why wouldn’t you mark the whole ballot for Dems and not just Biden? Aside from the fact that you want all Dems to win, not voting the down ballot appears to draw attention like this, so why do it?

    There could be answers to this but it seems like a SMART ballot stuffer would try to make his ballots look as much as possible like real ballots. Ballots with no downvote can be easily segregated and for example if their serial #s are all consecutive this would be highly suspicious.

    • Disagree: Corvinus
  134. Jack D says:
    @Anon

    Isn’t this a repeat post from 2008? I thought Obama was the Magic Negro who would bring us Hope and right all wrongs. What ever happened with that? How many times does Lucy yank the football away, Charlie, before you begin to notice the pattern? Were you born yesterday?

  135. tyrone says:
    @Escher

    Trump never controlled the justice dept.

  136. Dissident says:
    @Anon

    A day of hope of love of joy of victory over white supremacy and evil

    A duck by any other name, or by no name

  137. @El Dato

    Well, it IS the first time in world history where an election has freed the people from fascism, after all.

    One of the most common complaints about Trump is that he wasn’t fascist enough— about COVID. He respected the Constitution a little too much. And the people’s intelligence.

  138. @Clifford Brown

    Max, can you fly? Why don’t you go ahead and try? Just get up on the railing, spread your wings, and soar off into the heavens. Shoot for the moon, for even if you miss your mark, you shall land among the stars. Aim for the second star to the right and head straight on ’til morning.

    Seriously, just jump off the fucking balcony already.

  139. @Jack D

    If you were a Dem. activist doing ballot stuffing, why wouldn’t you mark the whole ballot for Dems and not just Biden? Aside from the fact that you want all Dems to win, not voting the down ballot appears to draw attention like this, so why do it?

    You’re thinking of these people as real go-getters. In reality, they’re probably a lot like other criminal and borderline criminal types – low attention to detail and not particularly conscientious. As much money for as little time and effort invested as they can get away with. Since no one’s actually watching, for the most part, where’s the harm? Trump’s is the first real challenge to this kind of fraud ever, and only because he has the personal resources to fund this effort, regardless of whether his continuing fundraising efforts succeed. And even then, this challenge is dependent on whether he wants to continue the fight. So far, he’s said he does, but it’s not a given that he will do so.

  140. @epebble

    It was a terrible decision for Biden to pick an inexperienced person like Harris

    Biden can barely pick his nose. Big Tech chose Kamala.

  141. anon[111] • Disclaimer says:
    @epebble

    It was a terrible decision for Biden to pick an inexperienced person like Harris

    Why do you believe Biden made that choice? Or any other choice?

    • Replies: @epebble
  142. Corvinus says:
    @Anonymous

    “You need to start tearing apart the Voting Data looking for fraud. You are good at pattern detection.
    You are our last hope.“

    Absolutely. It’s his constitutional duty. Just be aware of these pitfalls.

    https://repository.library.georgetown.edu/handle/10822/557850

    https://rss.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1740-9713.2016.00919.x

  143. @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    I go back and forth on this issue.

    The only reasonable conclusion is that we don’t know, we can’t know, and we never will know who won this election. Perhaps every single election in my lifetime has been rigged as badly as this one seems to have been.

    It has occurred to me that Trump might be working for the Deep State, as well. It’s possible that everything that’s happened over the last few years – Trump’s thrilling victory over Hillary, Russiagate, Ukrainegate, impeachment, COVID, BLM, all of it – has been kabuki theater to keep the masses in a state of confusion. Maybe the presidency is just one big puppet show. Maybe Trump and Biden will share a drink before the inauguration and laugh at their respective supporters: “Are those fucking rubes really stupid enough to believe that voting makes any difference at all?”

    I don’t know. In all likelihood, I will never come close to knowing what is really going on in this topsy-turvy world. None of us will.

    What I do know is that the Democrats have never accepted Trump as their president, and I will never accept Biden as mine. Even if he had scored a 50-state sweep, even if he had racked up a ten-to-one winning margin, even if he had won 99.9% percent of the vote – I wouldn’t have accepted him.

  144. Corvinus says:
    @The Alarmist

    Yet you remain a slave to confirmation bias, so it all evens out in the end.

  145. Well I guess we can see how well the orientals fit into Biden’s BIPOC paradise..

    Was that Twinkles’ sister getting clocked by the mulatto?

  146. anon[409] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D

    If you were a Dem. activist doing ballot stuffing, why wouldn’t you mark the whole ballot for Dems and not just Biden?

    It’s a basic time-motion issue. In the time required to mark one whole ballot D you could probably mark 10 or more ballots for Biden alone. Even with long overnight “counting pauses”, time is of the essence. One does not just create tens of thousands of fake ballots in a few minutes or even a few hours. Besides, the D’s already ran vote fraud on other ballots back in 2018, not so much to gain there — according to their own polling anyway.

    There could be answers to this but it seems like a SMART ballot stuffer would try to make his ballots look as much as possible like real ballots.

    You’re in Philly, right? Did you see the images of your fine, SMART city election staff working on ballots?

  147. AndrewR says:
    @Abe

    He’s not gonna sleep with you bro

  148. @Dissident

    Might this be part of a coordinated show on the part of Democrats to distance themselves from the BLM-ANTIFA terrorists? A Good Cop/Bad Cop type of play?

    Good question.

    I think there are too many factions in on the play for a neat and tidy answer.

    The moderate Dems will want to wrap the riots up posthaste. That was obvious on the, “Defund the Police will kill us in 2022!” call with Pelosi.

    In this, they will be opposed by the radicals who are fine with continuing to destroy America’s cities as a cudgel to defund the police and push for reparations.

    The foot soldiers are too dumb/mentally-ill/strung out on drugs to understand that, “it’s all just an op, bruh. Now get back in the fields!!!”

    The people really funding this mess will put their finger in the air. Based on wind direction, they will decide whether or not to continue the op.

    If the funders decide it’s time to stop the money for Riot Ribs, U-Hauls, shields, and umbrellas will dry up overnight.

    The street lieutenants and regional organizers will pay cash to grab the next Greyhound bus out of town, vanishing like tears in rain.

    • Thanks: Dissident
  149. epebble says:
    @anon

    He fell into the Blackhole of picking Colored Woman, never realizing the actuarial tragedy that is going to befall him and the nation were he to win. The economic damage in the 2020’s will be larger than after 2008. That will keep us in recession/no growth/very low growth mode for all of 2020’s. Everything will be worse than in 2010’s.

  150. @Anonymous

    Help us Obi Wan Sailer, you’re our only hope.

  151. Muggles says:

    Something to ponder.

    Another fantasy idea: A Million People March on Google HQ. Let’s flood SF with hundreds of thousands of disgruntled former Trumpers. Bus them in and block off all of the streets, like the commies do. Block everyone inside and disrupt the neighborhood as much as possible. Burn buses and cars. Likewise Twitter, Instagram, Facebook. Let’s let these Woke fascists taste their own bitter medicine.

    Blockade and surround. Maybe a few pallets of bricks and hammers get lost in the vicinity.

    If the non left political activists had any imagination, they would be planning this. Of course we lack the Soros moneybags, but maybe someone can front a few thousands for the buses and bail funds. After all, it will be mostly peaceful…

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
  152. @Alexander Turok

    The theory was that, by expending vast quantities of hot air, the protesters would accelerate the trend toward a climate tipping point and trigger a new Ice Age.

    Has anyone heard from Greta the Nordic Dwarf lately? (Don’t post any links; I don’t really want to know.)

  153. @epebble

    It was a terrible decision for Biden to pick an inexperienced person like Harris

    When Biden’s handlers want his opinion they will give it to him.

    • LOL: ChrisZ, bruce county
  154. CCZ says:

    Another fringe heard from:

    “As Joe Biden began his first full day as US president-elect, a group of transgender military aspirants and campaign groups insisted that one of his first priorities must be to overturn a ban on new transgender personnel serving in the US military.”

    “Nic Talbott, a plaintiff in one of four lawsuits filed in federal courts challenging the ban, said he was hopeful that Biden’s victory could transform his life. “Our military members are already asked to make enormous sacrifices, and our transgender military members and recruits should not be asked to sacrifice their authentic identities in addition to everything else.””

    https://www.jpost.com/international/us-trans-soldiers-call-on-biden-to-end-military-ban-648418

  155. @Bugg

    No, they won’t drop COVID-1984 — too handy a control mechanism

  156. Dissident says:
    @Zimriel

    It’s also amazing that Covid doesn’t spread at events celebrating Joe Biden’s victory.

    At 71 degrees outside in the sunlight? Viruses don’t spread well in that, and if you’re unlucky enough to catch a stray bug your immune system will handle it.
    The problem was always that Winter Is Coming.

    Aren’t you missing the point?

    As legitimate as any of the mitigating factors you cite may be, if the mass gatherings in-question were ones of Deplorables or Badwhites (such as a Trump rally), would they not be self-righteously condemned as “super-spreader events” by the very same individuals now cheering them on (because they’re by the Right People, for the Right Reasons)?

  157. @Jack D

    Aside from the fact that you want all Dems to win, not voting the down ballot appears to draw attention like this, so why do it?

    When you’ve got a few hours to mark the 700k votes the polls until recently shown you would not need, you need a big team to crank them out in short order, so you do the Pareto thingy and go for what you think matters the most.

    • Replies: @botazefa
  158. @Escher

    Politically ambitious NY State Dems — AGs and DAs — will gladly line up to carry out the vendetta.

  159. @Jack D

    There could be answers to this but it seems like a SMART ballot stuffer would try to make his ballots look as much as possible like real ballots.

    You’re imagining many thousands of fraudsters working in concert. More likely is electronic rigging, which could and would produce the results shown and which requires only a very few malefactors.

  160. El Dato says:
    @Kibernetika

    Forget Biden’s unity, Trump supporters won’t ‘hug those who’ve viciously attacked them,’ says Megyn Kelly

    Ari Fleischer is actually back!

  161. @Corvinus

    Absolutely. It’s his constitutional duty. Just be aware of these pitfalls.

    https://repository.library.georgetown.edu/handle/10822/557850

    https://rss.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/j.1740-9713.2016.00919.x

    I wouldn’t trot out a graduate thesis from Georgetown as evidence of pitfalls.

    Goodman’s, analysis, however, is the standard anti -Benford’s law piece, which is not surprising given how nuanced and statistically sophisticated the treatment.

    That being said, even Goodman has to concede the principle has its uses, though he can’t help himself from erecting a straw man. Emphasis mine.

    Despite the concerns expressed here, Benford’s law may still find applications if findings are expressed more carefully, and with acknowledgement of the known (or unknown) error term…The key is that, in itself, Benford’s law is not a hypothesis test, and does not ground such tests without considerable qualification. Sometimes, it may flag things that could be found another way, such as “Why were so many expense approvals in the $9000 range?” (Perhaps because one’s signing authority stopped at $10 000.) But the hope is that no one is ever formally accused, let alone convicted, based on Benford’s law, without independent, and carefully thought‐out, evidence.

    Gimme a break, Professor Goodman. One uses Benford’s law as a STARTING point, not as a piece of conclusive evidence. It’s usefulness is as a potential forensic SIGNAL. If, for example, the voting machine tallies in Democratic urban districts run counter to the Benford distributions, maybe they should, you know, be fucking LOOKED at. As in, AUDITED. Especially if those precincts can constitute the margin of defeat.

    It may all be oh-so-innocent. Perhaps vast battalions of Black voters in Milwaukee and Detroit and Philadelphia did in fact drop everything they were doing to get in there and vote for the dementia-addled hair sniffer.

    Plausible. Absolutely plausible.

  162. Anon[267] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack D

    Because if you have to come up with 1ook ballots overnight, it takes too long to fill in more than one circle…

  163. Rooster10 says:
    @Sandy Berger's Socks

    I’ve posted before on our transition from a High-Trust White society to a Low-Trust non-White society. This permeates our entire culture and it’s particularly evident in our justice system. Our laws were created for a high-trust White society. What we have now is a justice system literally buckling under the weight of 3rd world problems.

    We now see that it’s also affected our electoral process. Our election process was designed for a high-trust White society, with legislative checks and balances, but not completely air-tight to exploitation by nefarious actors. I doubt our Founders could grasp the depth/level of corruption within our current government, let alone the fraud in this past election.

    Kyle Rittenhouse is part of the remaining high-trust society, thus he’s seen as the ultimate threat to the new low-trust actors. We need to realize that the high-trust old-America that many of us grew up in is dead… it can still be found in pockets of the country, but as a whole it’s gone.

    We need to adapt to our new surroundings and realize that these low-trust actors hate us. The melting-pot theory is false, and the greatest lie ever told is that diversity is our greatest strength. Only converse and interact with those you deem high-trust and be skeptical with everything and everyone else. Down the road America might become Balkanized enough that we can mount an offensive to finally reclaim our country.

    • Agree: Rob McX
    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
  164. Anonymous[414] • Disclaimer says:

  165. @Templar

    It is the defined triceps that make me think that it is a dude taking those punches. No glass jaw.

  166. Dissident says:
    @Abe

    Anyone making these type of wild, highly personal, sexually humiliating attacks out of left field…

    The key tell is their adolescent romantic humiliations are still so fresh in their heads, …

    When one wrestles with a pig, one gets full of mud, while the pig enjoys himself. Alternatively, never get into a spraying match with a skunk…

    A widely accepted general rule concerning ribald, adolescent personal insults such as the one by anon[200] that you replied-to here is that they are not worthy of engagement, and are best ignored completely. Sometimes, one can craft a reply to be sufficiently pithy and witty as to effectively put the offender in his place, while providing entertainment value and proving gratifying even to the reader. (Key is to remain above, and not stoop to, the level of the instigator. This is an art, and the one who masters can expect to enjoy much rich, if ultimately shallow and fleeting, reward.) When such conditions are met, the reply-in-question can be considered as enhancing a thread. But all too often, the replies that are made to personal insults and attacks lack any such redeeming qualities or refinement, and instead simply result in the readership being treated-to the spectacle of the proverbial mud fight or urination contest.

    [MORE]

    In a related vein, a word, if I may, concerning the gratuitous, lurid imagery (typically of particularly depraved homoerotic acts) exhibited in several recent comments I have seen. The examples readily coming to mind (and likely the most noteworthy) being found in the Charles Blow thread. Surely, I cannot be alone in noticing an apparent, rather conspicuous lack of awareness on the part of the individuals employing such imagery, of how revealing it is of their own thoughts.

    Particularly noteworthy for irony is the juxtaposition of the recent lurid comments made by a certain individual with an even more recent comment of his in which he called-out others for lack of self-awareness.

  167. Too bad Trump wasn’t able to do something like this..

  168. @Hockamaw

    I know that fact must be very painful for someone like you who has chosen the biological dead-end of the homosexual lifestyle

    The bottom of the page is the end of the line.

    [MORE]

  169. @Muggles

    Too violent. Rechoreograph this using humor. Giant balloons and the like. Perhaps a competitor’s logo. Or burn a big G, like the Goo Glux Gland.

    The images would spread, make many laugh, and win hearts.

  170. Ed says:
    @Mr. Anon

    Biden flag didn’t prevent BLM from harassing this homeowner. White liberals deserve this and more.

    • Thanks: Mr. Anon
  171. @Rooster10

    Rottenhouse shot a group of whites for no reason. Hopefully he is behind bars forever. One hopes that this woke admin will find a way to push for that.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Rooster10
  172. Rob McX says:
    @Stan Adams

    It has occurred to me that Trump might be working for the Deep State, as well. It’s possible that everything that’s happened over the last few years – Trump’s thrilling victory over Hillary, Russiagate, Ukrainegate, impeachment, COVID, BLM, all of it – has been kabuki theater to keep the masses in a state of confusion. Maybe the presidency is just one big puppet show. Maybe Trump and Biden will share a drink before the inauguration and laugh at their respective supporters: “Are those fucking rubes really stupid enough to believe that voting makes any difference at all?”

    Crazy, but not outside the bounds of possibility. Maybe the whole “two-party system” is a cartel to keep the cost of running for office artificially high. The big-money donors may not be trying to outbid each other to get their respective candidates into office, but acting in concert to price the game of politics well beyond the reach of any ordinary American.

    • Agree: Mr. Anon
  173. @Zimriel

    At 71 degrees outside in the sunlight? Viruses don’t spread well in that

    You don’t remember all the fake news gaslighting from Spring Break through summer about how Beer Flu can survive for 6 gorillion hours among the sand, saltwater, and sunlight at beaches in Florida and Texas?

  174. @Clifford Brown

    It’s good to see Admiral Zorlok of the Galactic Fleet is pleased by the election outcome.

  175. botazefa says:
    @The Alarmist

    When you’ve got a few hours to mark the 700k votes the polls until recently shown you would not need, you need a big team to crank them out in short order, so you do the Pareto thingy and go for what you think matters the most.

    In classic lazy fashion, you only mark the vote for the candidate the campaign paid you to cheat for. If I was making the effort, I’d try to make the ballot look more real, but that discipline requires something the rank and file paid cheaters lack.

    • Replies: @The Alarmist
  176. @Kylie

    A woman who did that, especially to a black man, forfeited her right to be treated as a woman and would be treated as any man would be who did the same thing.

    Is self-defense a valid defense with the Violence Against Women Act?

  177. @Supply and Demand

    Rottenhouse shot a group of whites for no reason. Hopefully he is behind bars forever. One hopes that this woke admin will find a way to push for that.

    Resisting attempted murder is “no reason”? Funny how the kid got a child molester and a wife beater– what are the odds of that? No race needs specimens like that. Good riddance. Give the boy a medal.

    Are you modeling your comments on Corvinus or on Tiny Duck? This one appears to be the latter, with more careful spelling. On the other hand, the defense of the worst whites extant is more the Crow’s specialty.

    How would the authorities in Peking handle “peaceful protests”? Asking for the town drunk…

  178. @botazefa

    If I was making the effort, I’d try to make the ballot look more real, but that discipline requires something the rank and file paid cheaters lack.

    Given my experience, I suspect the Dems outsourced the fraud to India.

    • Replies: @botazefa
  179. Rooster10 says:
    @Supply and Demand

    The people shot were burning buildings down, Rittenhouse was there defending the city from such people. Tell me, in your head, do you envision the ultimate outcome to be a Lego Movie? Where half the citizens destroy the city one day, and the other half build it back the next?

  180. botazefa says:
    @The Alarmist

    Given my experience, I suspect the Dems outsourced the fraud to India

    .

    India does the needful! I’m guessing you know what I’m talking about haha.

  181. @Nick Diaz

    Nick,

    I feel sorry for you as you seem to be someone with very low self esteem who can only take pleasure in the downfall of others. You are probably gay and hate yourself. Or maybe one of the many low IQ minorities with no real skills besides digging ditches or cleaning toilets. And you look at ultra successful folks like me that roll out of bed and easily make $100K per year. I know it’s tough when you realize you suck. Envy is a hard life.

    I wish you the best in your endeavours.

    Peace out,

    Flabbyoldstraightwhitedude

  182. @The Wild Geese Howard

    Lacey was not bad for a black Dem. In fact, even in lib land ca, the Dems lost one in the Oc to a Korean Michalle Steel.

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