Over on the technically still alive Men’s Rights hate site A Voice for Men, our old friend August Løvenskiolds deposits a piece of “political analysis” that is so completely contrary to fact and logic and basic historical understanding that we might call it a Wrongness Onion — no matter how many layers of wrongness you pull off of it, there are still more layers lurking underneath.
With Trump now the inevitable Republican nominee, in the wake of his big victory in Indiana, the Anime Nazis and sh*tlords and Milo Yiannopoulos fanboys who are some of Trump’s biggest supporters have taken to Twitter to … yell about cucks.
I used to be a fairly regular watcher of Doomsday Preppers, the NatGeo “reality” show profiling a motley assortment of paranoid goofballs preparing themselves (and their sometimes enthusiastic, sometimes resentful families) in their own unique ways for what they saw as the impending end of the world.
So last night the eminently classy Donald J Trump — the “J” stands for “Jesus H Christ what the hell is wrong with you, dude?” — reposted this lovely meme below contrasting his SUPER HOTTTT wife Melania with Heidi Cruz, wife of Ted, a woman who once committed the terrible crime of making a weird face in public.
So yesterday the Great Orange Hope of the Internet’s Jew-hating white supremacist crowd gave a speech in the belly of the beast — the annual conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, or AIPAC, a fiercely pro-Israel lobbying group.
The repellent pickup artist and wannabe philosopher Roosh Valizadeh startled even those of us who have been paying close attention to his ongoing terribleness by declaring in a blog post last August that it was “just a matter of time” before one of his fans loses it and goes on a murderous shooting rampage.
Ok, I may have oversold this a teensy bit. I didn’t look through all ten billion Trump fan Tweets from last night. I looked through as many as I could before I started to seriously despair for the future of humanity.
As I write this, the ballots are still being counted, but it’s clear this is a big night for Trump. And a terrible night for Marco Rubio, who lost his home state of Florida and bowed out of the race.
So naturally, Trump’s most enthusiastic supporters (many of whom are also sort of white supremacists) took to Twitter to crow about Mr. T’s various victories. And call people cucks.
I‘ve been watching the implosion of the sleazeball internet propaganda mill known as Breitbart with a certain amount of schadenfreude.
[UPDATE: The story just gets uglier. The Trump campaign is calling the allegedly assaulted reporter a liar; meanwhile, the guy caught on video punching a protester has now threatened to kill him. See updates at end of post.]
The latest video of violence at a Trump rally may be the most chilling one yet. In the video from last night (you can find it at the end of this post), a black protester gets punched in the face by a white Trump supporter as he’s being escorted off the premises.