Who knows matey, could actually be true

D.L. Hughley perfectly sums up the GOP’s dilemma with Trump: “What [they are] saying is that a racist is better than a liberal”

Could be true either way. Either that that’s what they’re saying or that a racist is better than a liberal.

I’d be willing to run with which racist and which liberal being important……

25 thoughts on “Who knows matey, could actually be true”

  1. How is Trump a racist? I’ve not followed everything he said, I think he’s a berk, but I don’t think I’ve heard anything I’d call specifically racist. And yes, you can talk about what he did in the 70s, but pretty much everyone was a racist back then.

  2. So Much For Subtlety

    Trump is being called a liberal because he does not engage in the same hypocrisies the rest of us are forced to. It would be hard to argue that anything he has said is racist.

    Just today someone on CNN was objecting to the judge who gave a Stanford athlete a six month sentence for rape. She did so on the grounds that the judge was too much like the accused – White, educated, at Stanford what is more, etc etc. Everyone did the same with the Trayvon Martin killing. The claim was that a White judge and a White jury would not give Martin justice.

    So if the Left loves these sort of Identity arguments so much why is it wrong for Trump to believe in them too?

  3. @SJW

    Since when did you care what prominent Republicans said? And irrespective of their views, when did they become arbiters of fact? You silly cunt.

  4. So if the Left loves these sort of Identity arguments so much why is it wrong for Trump to believe in them too?

    And yet they mullered Trump when he suggested the Latino judge on the Trump U case might be biased.

    The left are just full or shit (or more so than the right…)

  5. From Scott Adams’s blog, one of the best takedowns of morons like SJW. The latter won’t probably get it but still.

    ” The only thing we know for sure is that he’s a huge racist. I can say that with confidence because of all the dog-whistles and other clues.
    For example, Trump asked his supporters to give the Nazi salute and pledge their support to him. You might think that raising your hand is the same sort of oath people take to serve on an American jury trial or to become citizens. But when you see it in context, it is totally Hitler.
    Some of the context is that Trump did not disavow the KKK as quickly as we expected in that one interview. He did disavow the KKK and David Duke before that interview and lots of times after. He says he didn’t hear the question that one time. That sounds totally reasonable until you consider it in context. And some of that context includes asking his people to give the Nazi salute.
    And obviously Trump is a racist for suggesting a temporary ban on Muslim immigration until we figure out what the problem is. You might be tempted to say Muslims are comprised of all sorts of ethnicities, and all he is doing is favoring legal citizens over non-citizens, which is the job description of the President of the United States. But again, you have to see it in context. This is the same man who doesn’t disavow the KKK when he can’t hear the question and who makes his supporters do Nazi-looking stuff with their arms. You have to see the whole picture.
    Trump also wants to build a wall on the Mexican border and deport all of the illegal Mexicans in this country. That is clearly Hitler behavior because those people are brown and Trump has the same mouth shape as Mussolini. Trump’s supporters might point out that the job of the President is to secure borders and favor citizens over non-citizens, but again, you have to see it in context. This is the man who didn’t disavow the KKK when he didn’t hear the question, makes his supporters do Nazi arm things, and discriminates against the Muslim race that is actually a belief system and not a race. When you put it all together, that’s too much smoke to say there is no fire, right? I mean rationally-speaking.”

  6. The Inimitable Steve

    Yeah, no. Trump is actually – contrary to the media – a pretty well known quantity. He’s lived a very public life for decades.

    In all his years of business and celebrity life, there’s been no hint of him ever hating black people or refusing to hire brown people or treating business partners or employees or friends and acquaintances poorly on account of their race.

    Quite the opposite.

    But apparently it’s now racist to want to enforce immigration laws, or notice that a Mexican ethnic activist judge who is a member of a Mexican ethnic activist group and has close ties to the Clintons is biased against him.

    Peak racism, you might think.

  7. The first and most important question to ask is this:

    Who gives a fuck what D. L. Hughley thinks about anything?

    If, two years ago, Trump had asked Hughley to join The Apprentice, he’d have jumped at it without a second thought.

    Face it, D. L.’s just another House Negro doing what House Negros do. Move alone… Nothing to see here.

  8. SWJ –

    The more your so-called “prominent” Republican fret and whine, the more votes Trump gets.

    Pull out your June, 2018 calendar and write the following questions in the June 10 date box:

    How’s Paul Ryan’s career going?
    What’s Mitt Romney doing?
    Where’s Jeb Bush?

    Once you’ve answered those questions, then ask the same three questions about Donald Trump.

    Compare and contrast.

  9. “Hillary gave critical secrets to enemies of our country!”

    “Trump’s a racist! Trump’s a racist! Trump’s a racist! La la la la la!”

    “Hillary sold favors to foreign powers!”

    “Trump’s a racist! Trump’s a racist! Trump’s a racist! La la la la la!”

    “Hillary, the Women’s Candidate, enabled her husbands sexual assaults!”

    “Trump’s a racist! Trump’s a racist! Trump’s a racist! La la la la la!”

  10. SMFS

    “It would be hard to argue that anything he has said is racist.”

    True, dat.

    But who bothers to argue what is or isn’t ‘racist’? To be accused of racism by leftists and race hustlers is to be guilty of racism. End of.

  11. Or maybe that a guy who’s *just* a racist is better than a woman who’s a racist *and* a liberal (but I repeat myself).

  12. Blatant examples aside, I don’t see any point in calling people racists. But things people say should be called out as racist when they are. And what Trump said about Judge Curiel was racist.

    It was stupid too. If his lawyers think there’s a legal case for the judge to be recused, they should make it. If not, better to say nothing. Especially if you want to be president.

    …a Mexican ethnic activist judge who is a member of a Mexican ethnic activist group and has close ties to the Clintons is biased against him
    That’s not a description of Judge Curiel.

  13. So Much For Subtlety

    Social Justice Warrior – “And what Trump said about Judge Curiel was racist.”

    How was it any more racist than saying that because the city government of Ferguson was mainly White, Blacks could not get justice there?

    “That’s not a description of Judge Curiel.”

    It looks like a reasonable description of Curiel to me. Why do you think it isn’t?

  14. preoccupation with ‘racism’ might well be all your undoing.
    With China etc gaining world power they might well regard any such ideas as an insult as they are proud to be Chinese.
    Racism in the west is often just a hammer to enforce Marxist ideas.

  15. The usual leftist weaselling shite. Judgeboy belongs to a group of lawdogs who think on racist lines and include racist jargon –LaRaza–as part of their title. Many groups of white lawyers who style themselves after their race are there ? This mob may not be the main La Raza crew but they are still a race based bunch of turds.

    Oh –of course its not racist if non-whites form race-aligned groups/gangs is it.

    Fuck off SJW.

  16. So Much For Subtlety

    Social Justice Warrior – “Because it’s false.”

    As usually you believe what you want to believe. However that link does not say what you claim it does. It says virtually nothing about Curiel’s views. He could believe in the racial supremacy of the Mexican race for all you know. You are claiming as proof facts that are not in evidence.

    What is more that article clearly shows that the judge, who is of Mexican ethnicity, belongs to a political activist group aimed at the furthering the Mexican race. They use the sort of language you prefer – diversity for instance – but that is what it is. In short an objective reading of your own source – which does not say a damn thing about the judge himself – shows Trump is right. And that upstream he was described correctly.

  17. So Much For Subtlety

    Social Justice Warrior – “Because it’s false.”

    I notice you also do not answer the question. A lot of people said that Trayvon Martin’s killer got a biased trial because so many people involved were White. Is that any more or less racist than what Trump said?

    Ever since the 1960s the Feds have routinely moved trials away from areas with White judges and juries to more racially mixed areas. Is this any less racist than what Trump said? Does it follow that a southern White judge is any more likely to be biased just because he belongs to an association of legal minds aimed at furthering the political interests of the White race, like, say, the Democratic Party, than Curiel?

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