Claims of Racism Are The Last Refuge Of A Shrill Harridan

This week we found out that 40% of Americans are irredeemably racist – isn’t that the takeaway from Hillary’s ad and her speech about how anyone voting for Trump is one step away from pulling a hood out of the hamper and firing up a cross? Then we found out that a bunch of bitter virgins sitting at keyboards who occasionally take a break from viewing My Little Pony-themed porn to tweet about their Nordic heritage are the major driver behind Donald Trump. Has anyone actually met a member of the Alt Right in real life? I haven’t, but then I don’t cruise Doritos-strewn basements.

  • V10_Rob

    The ‘Racist!’ tactic has already been fully expended against Trump. Voters who haven’t already been scared away are now immune, and if anything, the increasingly shrill and transparent charges will push voters away from the Clinton camp.

    If it was a deliberate move by Trump, it’s brilliant. He puts out his policies most likely to be denounced as racist (combating illegal immigration and stopping all muslim immigration until they can be properly vetted) early on. His opponents blow their load early denouncing him, while he clarifies his position without backing down.

    After the reflexive outrage wears off, the public has over a year to mull this over, all against a backdrop of continuing economic malaise and jihadist strikes domestically and abroad. And as we enter the final stretch of the campaign, a lot of people are saying “Maybe he’s a douchebag, but he’s not wrong.”

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Wouldn’t it be great at the debates if he accidently bumped her and ruptured her knee mounted urine bag?

      • Clausewitz

        Flash some lights in her eyes and trigger a full on grand mal.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      I feel that Trump may be the right man at the right time. After suffering through 25 years of losers, we need a bull in the china shop of domestic politics and world affairs.