Saturday, February 06, 2016

So white nationals are making robo-calls on behalf of Donald Trump in New Hampshire, so that should help.

Courtesy of HuffPo:  

A white nationalist group that made robocalls on behalf of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Iowa is now targeting New Hampshire voters ahead of next week's primary. 

"We don't need Muslims. We need smart, well-educated white people," says one of the voices on the call. 

"I am a farmer and white nationalist," says another. "Support Donald Trump." 

As CNN first reported Friday, the robocalls are bankrolled by William Johnson, a California attorney, through the American National Super PAC. Johnson is chairman of the American Freedom Party, a group designed to "represent the interests and issues of European-Americans," according to its website. 

Johnson confirmed to The Huffington Post that he is responsible for the calls and said they went out to every landline number in New Hampshire. 

"Donald Trump has a unique combination, politically, of populism with nationalistic sentiment," Johnson said. "He's forthright and doesn't back down."

You know it's just so nice that the racists finally have a candidate that they can call their own.

Don't you think?

After all the base of the Republican party wants what it wants.


  1. Anonymous2:10 PM

    Wake up white people! Decent good people do not identify as Republican.

  2. Anonymous2:16 PM

    Yesiree Bob!I tell ya.

    Mr. Donald Trump the face of the Grand Party.
    The " good ole boys" If we want your opinion, we will give it to you! Boy!
    We are the superior people.We are the best kochsuckers ever! By golly.

  3. Anonymous2:25 PM

    They did this in Iowa? Could be they contributed to his defeat there? Hopefully it will be even even worse in NH, I hope. His biggest fans may lead to his undoing. Wouldn't that be nice?

    1. That's exactly what I'm thinking. And they're going to "help" him lose New Hampshire too.

  4. Anonymous2:40 PM

    How come the White Nationalist doesn't offer a contract to Sarah and Bristol to call on the White Nationalist behalf? If it pays they will do it.

    1. Anonymous4:22 PM

      Those nEoNazi's aren't going to pay Palin's half breed slut of a daughter for anything and as a white woman fucking and married to a halfbreed Palin means even less.

  5. Anonymous2:51 PM

    Maybe Ammon Bundy can be let out of jail to join Ted Nugent onstage with $arah and this @sshole.

    Good LORD, and all over a black man that "we the people" voted in twice. I am so going to miss President Obama.

    It's like the old joke for us old enough that had to do nuclear war drills in grade school: Put your head between your legs and kiss your @ss goodbye.

    1. Anonymous3:18 PM

      2:51 But it was true and NO JOKE>


    2. Anonymous3:37 PM

      I know, and pardon me, as a grandmother, if I still grieve for the children lost at Sandy Hook and school drills in case there's an active shooter in their midst.

      $arah bought the purse carrier a new rifle in honor of it "because she could," so tell me that she is not of the devil. She IS. Incarnate.

    3. Anonymous5:03 PM

      And now this:

  6. Anonymous2:57 PM

    I can't see this being a winning strategy anywhere in New England. Sarah Palin is a terrible influence on Trump but he deserves every bit of it.

  7. Anonymous3:07 PM

    Sarah Palin, the facebook endorser... Who was it that Todd said she had worked "all morning" on a facebook and she wasn't going to post it because they said something the Palin's didn't like.

    1. Anonymous3:51 PM

      That was that Joe guy with the bad beard who was all ready to measure his drapes for his Senatorial office in DC - before he lost to Murkowski.

  8. Anonymous3:18 PM

    I lived in NH during a presidential campaign season and I still had a landline. I let every single call go to the answering machine. That way I could pick up the call if it was from an actual human being not spewing a political spiel.

    I did occasionally take a call from a pollster so I could claim to be voting for some unlikely candidate. It's kind of the state sport in New Hampshire.

    1. Anonymous5:28 PM

      LOL, it really is! I've had one phone call an hour this afternoon. I can't wait for Wednesday. After I vote, of course. I want nothing more than for Trump to be trounced.
      Marie in NH

  9. Anonymous3:18 PM

    Old RNC Pamphlet Shows GOP Has Been Belittling Political Women Long Before Excluding Carly Fiorina From Debate

    "Whether you are on the campaign or at home keeping things in order, your husband will need your cool head and manner to help him relax ...”

    Seven candidates -- all of them men -- will square off here on Saturday night in the final Republican presidential debate before Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary.

    Even though she finished above two of them in the Iowa caucuses last week, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina will be the lone major GOP candidate left off the stage.

    In a controversial move to exclude the only female Republican contender in the 2016 race, ABC News has refused to amend its criteria to extend an invitation to Fiorina -- a decision for which the Republican National Committee has expressed its support.

  10. Anonymous3:19 PM

    Conservative lawmakers are far too obsessed with how people have sex.

    In defiance of the Supreme Court, Michigan Republicans have passed a bill that makes oral and anal sex felonies punishable by up to 15 years in prison.

    State Senator Rick Jones, an old white right-wing guy who is apparently angry about all the sex he’s not having, added the anti-sex language to SB 219, which is supposed to be an animal protection bill, included in a larger package of bills known as Logan’s Law.

    Logan’s Law is designed to block convicted animal abusers from owning any pets for five years, but Jones couldn’t wait to use the bill to push his own belief that consenting adults who have oral and anal sex should be left to rot in a jail cell. He slipped in language revising the unconstitutional anti-sodomy law near the very end of the bill in a move that Jones probably hoped would go unnoticed.

    Here’s a screenshot of Section 158 of Senate Bill 219.

  11. Anonymous3:20 PM

    Here’s The One Thing That Scares Trump And His Racist Followers (VIDEO)

    We are all aware by now of Donald Trump’s racist rhetoric. One young but very intelligent and articulate student understands how the media can at times sensationalize everything, so he decided to see for himself by attending a Trump rally. His findings were not surprising: Trump’s followers are very racist. James Patterson, whose high school assignment was for him to volunteer at Trump’s campaign as part of a student-based civics activity, perfectly analyzes the Trump phenomenon and he exemplifies what racists are afraid of:

    “The baseline of his campaign is to make America white again. It speaks to fundamentalist Christian, white middle class Americans who feel like their power has been taken. Even though that’s a false accusation, they feel like because minorities are making strides that they’re losing power.”

    1. Anonymous4:05 PM

  12. Anonymous3:22 PM

    REVEALED: One Of Hillary Clinton’s Goldman Sachs Speeches (VIDEO)

  13. Anonymous3:43 PM

    Hey Jesse, I didn't see anything posted about our wonderful president and his stunning speech recently. Apparently, MSNBC didn't carry it at all. But you can bet Fox did.

    President Obama’s Brilliant Religious Freedom Speech Lost On Religious Republicans

    ...Yesterday President Obama spoke to American Muslims in Baltimore and stunningly it was his first appearance at an American mosque. The purpose of his visit, and speech, was impressing on all Americans that it is crucial to “protect the nation’s tradition of religious freedom.” Religious freedom Republicans and evangelicals believe applies only to them and gives them authority to control government and other Americans’ lives.

    At the Islamic Society of Baltimore, the President spoke directly to “his fellow Christians” because although impressing on Muslim Americans that they have the same freedom of religion as Christians, only the Christian right attacks Muslims. All the while, they cling to their bible and Constitution to justify their deep-seated evangelical bigotry toward faiths other than Americanized Christianity.

    The President said...

    President Obama Rebuts Anti-Muslim Rhetoric In First U.S. Mosque Visit

    ...Knowing full well that the right-wing conservatives would have a field day, President Barack Hussein Obama on Wednesday paid an official visit to a Muslim mosque.

    The president – who is NOT a Muslim – said in his first visit to a mosque in the United States, he was seeking to rebut “inexcusable political rhetoric against Muslim-Americans” from Republican presidential candidates.

    Attempting to recast what he said was a warped image of Islam while encouraging members of the faith to speak out against terror, Obama described Muslims as essential to the fabric of America.

    in his first visit to a Muslim mosque in the United States, said Wednesday he was seeking to rebut “inexcusable political rhetoric against Muslim-Americans” from Republican presidential candidates.

    “Let me say as clearly as I can as president of the United States: you fit right here,” Obama told the audience at the Islamic Society of Baltimore, a 47-year-old mosque with thousands of attendees. “You’re right where you belong. You’re part of America too. You’re not Muslim or American. You’re Muslim and American.”...

    1. Anonymous4:00 PM

      WATCH: 5 unforgettable quotes from Obama’s Baltimore mosque speech

  14. Anonymous3:48 PM

    I wonder how Hills would deal with those white folks. After all she spent plenty of time in among them in Arkansas, so this isn't something new for her to encounter. She's sounding more and more commanding, isn't she?

    Republican Fear Grows After Hillary Clinton Sounds Like A President At CNN NH Town Hall

    Former Sec. of State Hillary Clinton struck fear in the heart of every Republican from Paul Ryan to the Koch brothers after sounding like a president at the CNN New Hampshire town hall.

    ...Clinton was asked how she would defend herself from right-wing attacks. She said that she’s had a lot of experience, and she can laugh, but it is not easy. Clinton said that she had had to learn to take criticism seriously but not personally. She said there are lessons to be learned from criticism, but it can’t be taken personally. Clinton said that Republicans play for keeps. They play to destroy, and they have a history of going after people that they think they can’t stop. She said that the attacks were perversely flattering.

    Clinton said she still believes in the vast right wing conspiracy. She said that they play for keeps and ease their minds by giving big gifts to philanthropy. She said that the right wing conspiracy is not a conspiracy anymore it out in the open, and it is going to take everybody working together to defeat them.

  15. Anonymous3:52 PM

    Well, the audience those white supremacists are going after is getting smaller and smaller and literally, dying off. And the numbers don't lie:

    ...“The Rachel Maddow Show” beat CNN in A25-54 (244,000 vs. CNN’s 232,000) and total viewers (1,062,000 vs. CNN’s 727,000) for the month with double digit growth over last year, 59% in A25-54 and 42% in total viewers. At 9pm, CNN and Fox News were both down in Age 25-54 over last month. “The Rachel Maddow Show” had the best Age 25-54 delivery since February 2014 and best total viewers since October 2013.

    1. Anonymous4:04 PM

      WATCH: White nationalist explains why Trump’s racist message ‘appeals’ to ‘ordinary white people’

      ...Appearing on CNN, the head of a white nationalist group that that has been behind robocalls supporting billionaire businessman Donald Trump’s run for the Republican presidential nomination explained that Trump’s immigrant-bashing is very “appealing” to “ordinary white people.”

      Speaking with CNN’s Drew Griffin, Jared Taylor of white nationalist website American Renaissance began by explaining that “most white people would prefer to live in majority white neighborhoods and send their kids to majority white schools.”

      “And when Donald Trump talks about sending out all the illegals, building a wall and a moratorium on Islamic immigration — that’s very appealing to a lot of ordinary white people,” he said

      For the record, not THIS 'ordinary white person. I find this beyond despicable.'

  16. Anonymous3:57 PM

    In their own words: GOP voters show why they probably shouldn’t be trusted with the vote

    ...But if you still want to know what Republican New Hampshirites and Iowidiots (or whatever they are — who cares?) think and why they think it, New York mag put on their travel logs and traveled to the hinterlands to talk with the local yokels.

    If you’re looking for well-informed opinions backed up by rock-solid policy prescriptions — dude, c’mon. Really?

    They’re more like the people you see at the track who bet on the horses depending on what colors the jockey is wearing that particular race — even if the horse is limping badly. Which is to say, yes, some people are thinking about voting for Carly.

    A sampling:

  17. Anita Winecooler4:19 PM

    His reaction, crickets chirping, is more telling than the hate, bigotry and racism he's letting them send to gain votes. What a shame for Carly. She can't boo hoo about selling baby parts because she's seen the videos herself. She's not my cup of tea, but it shocks me no republicangelicals are angry at the decision to send her packing.

  18. Anonymous4:19 PM

    White nationalists? I guess that means neoNazi's and the KKKlan.


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