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The Knights Who Say Cuck rally around Trump in wake of KKK controversy

Donald Trump: Sees no evil
Donald Trump: Sees no evil

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Uh oh! Donald Trump, the great orange hope of America’s internet nazis, is facing a teensy bit of controversy, including some rather intense criticism from fellow Republicans, for his refusal to unequivocally condemn former KKK Grand Wizard David Duke and all the other white supremacists who love him so dearly.

On Twitter, the assortment of nazis and trolls and nazi trolls who seem to be his most enthusiastic backers are rallying around their man. And saying “cuck” a lot.

Here are some highlights — by which I mean lowlights — from the, er, discussion so far.

https://twitter.com/ChateauEmissary/status/704403592510369792

https://twitter.com/ChateauEmissary/status/704408949223727104

https://twitter.com/ChateauEmissary/status/704405411416432640

(I’m pretty sure ChateauEmissary is none other than our old friend Heartiste.)

https://twitter.com/Yann_Perrod/status/704382226457190400

https://twitter.com/TheNeoCohen/status/704147353624707072

https://twitter.com/PizzaPartyBen/status/704382897675841537

https://twitter.com/RecycledSpoons/status/704393042967527424

https://twitter.com/Western_Triumph/status/703675348551081984

https://twitter.com/SamBowersGW/status/704169440628191233

https://twitter.com/cuckservative/status/704088212759830528

https://twitter.com/ragingAchilles/status/704076332414562305

https://twitter.com/voxday/status/703992645291528193

https://twitter.com/FashyKuroneko/status/703974688779710464

https://twitter.com/FashyKuroneko/status/704401699914403840

https://twitter.com/occdissent/status/703928769904517120

https://twitter.com/JackBurtonReflx/status/703826180806316037

https://twitter.com/Anthonylefevre3/status/703926313032155136

Classy.

https://twitter.com/paulrdube1/status/704036548984107008

Alas, Paul D is probably right.

EDIT: Or not. Trump isn’t winning them all.

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zumahzumah | March 2, 2016 at 9:28 am
@Paradoxical Intention – Resident Cheeseburger Slut

haha,

so you are a paragon of civil disagreement

Where did I say I was a “paragon of civil disagreement”? All I said was that people were disagreeing in a civil manner (and even having a conversation), and pointed out that they could have disagreed in a far less civil manner.

What was that comment you made about “assumptions”? Because you assuming I think of myself as a “paragon of civil disagreement” is a huge assumption.

but still feel the need to call me a sockpuppet and write [quote] which is obviously super friendly and civil.

It really is. I could have been less civil, therefore there was civility in there.

I was being a bit blunt, but it was still civil.

As for me calling you a sock-puppet (This is another assumption of yours. I merely speculated that you were a sock and asked other people if they felt the same), picture this: A random commenter comes in, one we have never seen before (and one who claims that they just don’t like us and that’s why they’ve never commented, and one that has nothing linked to their name), after there has been a disagreement and claims that we’re all just being big meanie-pants bullies and claims that we suck at “civil discourse” because we were a bit blunt and disagreed with someone and told them why.

You do have to admit, it’s very suspicious. Am I not allowed to be suspicious of odd behavior and random accounts popping up declaring us to be meanie-pantses under ZumaZuma’s rules of Civil Discourse?

I like reading this blog

Somehow I doubt that.

but I occasionally I have the misfortune of being tempted to check out the comment section and I tend to quickly get pretty sick of all the name calling and the hyper sensitivity and the purer-than-thou attitudes (not to mention the smugness and forced jokes).

Yes, how dare we not comment to your standards. How dare we not put up with shit from trolls and pander to people’s fee-fees because they said something shitty, and how dare we mock them as we engage with them, because you personally don’t approve of that.

And of course you aren’t arguing from a Soapbox of Moral Superiority, no sir.

That’s why I don’t comment here otherwise, I just did so on impulse earlier because I was in bad mood and felt a need to publicly roll my eyes at all your annoying attitudes here. I find most of you unpleasant, at least in this setting.

Oh no! A random internet person finds me unpleasant! Whatever shall I do?! Fetch me the fainting couch! I need to sit down because this one random person (whose opinion I obviously hold in the highest of regards) didn’t find me pleasant.

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(I could put something in here about how women, like me, are socialized to be pleasant, but we all know zuma doesn’t give a shit about what I have to say because I’m “unpleasant”. It’s almost like people who say shitty things to me and about me aren’t people I’m pleasant to. Shocking revelation, I know.)

(bye, I know I won’t be missed)

And nothing of value was lost.

EJ (The Other One)
EJ (The Other One)
4 years ago

Paradoxy, someday we will all get together and build a statue of you.

Tovius
Tovius
4 years ago

@WeirwoodTreeHugger
Actually, in this year’s election, GOP superdelegates only make up about 7% of the total number, and they don’t have the freedom to vote for whoever they want.

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/can-gop-superdelegates-stop-trump/article/2580289

Moggie
Moggie
4 years ago

EJ:

Paradoxy, someday we will all get together and build a statue of you.

OMG, Minecraft project!

guy
guy
4 years ago

The democrats have a larger number of superdelegates, but by convention time they fairly reliably support the winner of the popular vote and their early announcements are pretty much endorsements.

The actual scenario of interest with the republicans is what happens if they get to the convention and no one has a majority, because that’s resolved by getting people to switch their vote. They may have changed the rules, but last time after the first round of voting the delegates would have been allowed to vote on their own initative and Ron Paul supporters tried to stack the actual delegates with people who preferred him in the hopes of winning the convention votes from races they lost; ultimately there was a clear majority so it didn’t matter.

EJ (The Other One)
EJ (The Other One)
4 years ago

@Moggie:

YES!

Paradoxy, in unrelated news, we’re gonna need accurate 3D scans of you for… uh… no reason.

Paradoxical Intention - Resident Cheeseburger Slut

Uh…can I just give you guys my Minecraft skin and have you work from there? Because while a gigantic statue of me would be nice, I’d rather one, make it easier on you, and two, not have all my bits (lovingly, but awkwardly) re-created with pixel blocks.

WeirwoodTreeHugger
WeirwoodTreeHugger
4 years ago

Tovius,
Is there some other type of delegate in the GOP? Tom Delay last night was talking about this and said there were 40% of the delegates that could make it happen. Obviously, he could have been full it or I could have misunderstood since I read it in a rush on my break. But I know it’s possible because the Rubio campaign has been talking about a brokered convention for awhile already.

guy
guy
4 years ago

@WWTH

When they’re talking about a brokered convention, they’re basically talking about the delegates being split 45% Trump, 40% Cruz, 15% Rubio or similar when the convention happens. If no one gets over 50% of the votes in the first round, the delegates vote on their own initiative, and they’re projected to favor Rubio extremely heavily. In most cases, that sort of split leads to several rounds of people sticking to their votes until one of the leading two cuts a deal with the person in third place, but this year is fairly unusual in that the party establishment really doesn’t like the two leaders. Maybe to the point where they don’t mind the convention being called “The corrupt bargain” in history books.

Tovius
Tovius
4 years ago

@WeirwoodTreeHugger
What guy said.

(And if that wasn’t what Delay meant, I wouldn’t be surprised if he was just talking out of his ass)

Paradoxical Intention - Resident Cheeseburger Slut

I was watching a bit of the news this morning, and one of the former GOP runners (I don’t remember his last name, but his first name was Lindsey, I think.) say that he didn’t want to back Trump because he’s “cr*zy”, and Hillary’s “dishonest”, and “Dishonesty beats cr*zy every time”, so he was saying the GOP should back Cruz.

Honestly, I hope that if the GOP does back someone other than Trump, it’s Rubio. The lesser of the three evils, as it were.

Tragedy of the Commas
Tragedy of the Commas
4 years ago

sips from his glass of cognac

Welcome to sock puppet theatre. In which concern trolls are angry that people who’ve been given multiple pages of attention are unfairly not getting enough attention.

The truly civil, of course, have infinite patience and time for everyone! /s

Back to the topic. It’s interesting that none of these Trump supporters actually try to deny that Trump is racist or express upset over linking him to David Duke. The response is nothing but personal attacks.

I know it’s obvious that Trump courts racists; that racism is a feature, not a bug, of his campaign. But it still feels like us Americans are living in a satire that’s no longer funny. I kind of hope that, during his inauguration, Trump will unzip himself to reveal Jon Stewart, who shouts, “You got punk’d, America!”

WeirwoodTreeHugger
WeirwoodTreeHugger
4 years ago

PI,
That must be Lindsay Graham. He reminds me of Beverly Leslie from Will & Grace.

Paradoxical Intention - Resident Cheeseburger Slut

Tragedy of the Commas | March 2, 2016 at 3:51 pm
sips from his glass of cognac

Welcome to sock puppet theatre. In which concern trolls are angry that people who’ve been given multiple pages of attention are unfairly not getting enough attention.

The truly civil, of course, have infinite patience and time for everyone! /s

Ah, but of course, the troll is concerned that the person they’re defending isn’t getting enough of the right attention!

Everyone is required, according to the sock, to be completely polite as people throw shit and say things that you don’t agree with.

And, as everyone knows, civility is either there or it isn’t, you have to be completely civil and have infinite patience, or none at all! Either way, you’re doomed, because it will never be enough for the concern troll until you just nod along and agree with everything that their chosen person says!

Tragedy of the Commas
Tragedy of the Commas
4 years ago

@ Paradoxical Intention

Right?

This moment with Graham Chapman from a “man on the street” Monty Python sketch feels appropriate.

@ thread

Speaking of both parties being mirrors of each other, Paul Krugman had an interesting blog about the subject recently.

Orion
Orion
4 years ago

I kind of hope that, during his inauguration, Trump will unzip himself to reveal Jon Stewart

I know he allegedly has a huge penis, but I don’t think it’s the size of an entire human comedian.

Tragedy of the Commas
Tragedy of the Commas
4 years ago

I know he allegedly has a huge penis, but I don’t think it’s the size of an entire human comedian.

What? Oh, wow, no! I meant he’d unzip his skin from top to bottom. And wearing the Trump body suit all along would be Stewart. I didn’t intend to mean that Stewart was his literal… Oh, God, that image! X-D

Orion
Orion
4 years ago

WWTH,

The Republican nomination works differently from the Democrats. Democrats have superdelegates. Republicans used to have something similar, but they got rid of it.

I believe that all the delegates at the Republican convention are “pledged” — they must vote based on the result of their state’s caucus or primary. The catch is that a candidate can’t be nominated unless they get 51% of the votes. If it splits 40/30/30, they call a do over and the delegates have to vote again.

If that happens, any of the delegates can vote for whomever they want, regardless of how the public voted.

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