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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

A world-class tantrum

Matt Walsh is exceedingly butthurt by the fact that Donald Trump just took his third state in a row:
Dear Donald Trump Fan,

I’m going to tell you the truth, friend.

You say you want the truth. You say you want someone who speaks boldly and brashly and bluntly and “tells it like it is” and so on. According to exit polls in South Carolina, voters who want a president who “tells it like it is” are an essential demographic for Trump, just as they’re an essential demographic for Judge Judy and Dr. Phil. You say you want abrupt and matter-of-fact honesty, and you want it so much, you’ll make a man president for it regardless of whether he defies every principle and value you claim to hold.

Personally, I think you’re lying, and I’m going to test my theory. In fact, I believe I’ve already proven my theory because you’re now offended that I called you a liar. But Trump has called half of the Earth’s population a liar at some point over the past seven months, and you loved every second of it. You said you loved it not out of cruelty or spite, but out of admiration for a man who’s willing to call people liars — even if he’s lying when he does it.

Yet here I am employing the same tactic — accurately, I might add — and you recoil indignantly. Over the course of this campaign season I’ve said many harsh words about you and your leader, all of which I stand by, but you’ve never respected my harsh words, or the harsh words of any Trump critic. Indeed, you insist that our tough criticism of you only vindicates your support of Trump, while Trump’s vulgar and dishonest criticism of everyone else also vindicates your support of Trump. You’re tired of people being critical, but you love Trump because he’s critical. You say you like Trump for his style, but you hate his style when it’s directed at him or you.
It's epic. You really have to read the whole thing to believe it, let alone appreciate it. But wait, there's more! I happened to tweet about it.
Supreme Dark Lord @voxday
The butthurt. The salt. The tears. The meltdown of @MattWalshBlog is simply delicious. Deal with it, cucky.

Matt Walsh ‏@MattWalshBlog
Thanks for sharing my stuff

Supreme Dark Lord @voxday
Are you kidding? I made certain to archive it before you come to your senses and delete it. That was a self-evisceration!
Now, I don't know much about Matt Walsh, but I do know where he stands socio-sexually now, because like every other Gamma bitterly licking his wounds, he didn't hesitate to leap in and take a shot when he thought he saw the opportunity.
Supreme Dark Lord @voxday
Even as the political elite sneer at them, Trump tells the poorly-educated that he loves them. And they will love him back. #Trump2016

Matt Walsh ‏@MattWalshBlog
So you need politicians to tell you they love you? Are you an actual toddler or are you just pretending?

Supreme Dark Lord ‏@voxday
No, Matt, the difference is that they know you hate them and think you are better than them. That's why you're irrelevant.

Supreme Dark Lord ‏@voxday
Also, you're projecting, Matt. That was a world-class tantrum you threw. That's why so many people are laughing at you.

Klejdys ‏@klejdys
What @voxday is doing to @mattwalshblog now is illegal in 38 states.
That little exchange explains something I didn't understand when I first read the article/tantrum, which is why Matt Walsh doesn't merely oppose Donald Trump politically, but harbors genuine hatred for him. As a Gamma, he's a Secret King, which is why he is simultaneously contemptuous of Trump and envious of Trump's success.

Anyhow, enjoy the salt. I certainly did.

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Blogger Alexander February 24, 2016 3:37 PM  

The collective butthurt of the self-appointed elite is a better reason to vote for Trump than any policy or questions of trust. America might be great again, or it might not: what is indisputable is it's going to be a big, beautiful ride over the next few months. It's gonna be YUGE! I love it. It's going to be incredible. Just incredible.

Blogger JDC February 24, 2016 3:41 PM  

Projection, thy name is Walsh.

Blogger JDC February 24, 2016 3:43 PM  

He's right about one thing - I am angry. Angry at wasting twelve minutes reading the emotional outpouring of a social medially spurned teenage girl.

Blogger ray February 24, 2016 3:44 PM  

Is this the Matt Walsh that Dalrock kicked around recently? If so he might be a tad sparky after the wash/dry cycle.

Blogger Cinco February 24, 2016 3:46 PM  

Donald Trump (I am voting for him) is probably the greatest troll in history. He has made a mockery of the entire system while not paying them anything. Better yet, not only does the left despise him; but, the neocons/cucks can't stand hm either. Furthermore, people are actually voting for him! I mean if you despise Washington and think they are a bunch of self righteous assholes who deserve to be genuflected before, how you could you not vote for the guy.

Blogger Gaiseric February 24, 2016 3:46 PM  

Matt Walsh is also a recent convert/hire/disciple of the Glenn Beck group.

Also; look at a picture of him, and his socio-sexual role becomes even more obvious. I've never seen a conservative (and he is one, on a number of issues) who so thoroughly encapsulates the douche-bag hipster look. Given that that's a choice, it really makes me wonder what in the world he's thinking.

Blogger Jack Ward February 24, 2016 3:47 PM  

It's these interchanges between our Dark Lord and the unwashed that are so instructional and enlightening.
I am enlightened. I am entertained. What more can one ask from life?

Blogger John Wright February 24, 2016 3:47 PM  

I used to read Matt Walsh with great interest and admiration. But this? I stopped reading at the words "Personally, I think you’re lying..."

I am an honest man; I have no need to read longdistance pretend psychoanalysis by a dishonest stranger.

Blogger Jack Ward February 24, 2016 3:49 PM  

@5 Interestingly put, Cinco; interestingly put.

Blogger SouthRon February 24, 2016 3:49 PM  

His Twitter has been telegraphing his Trump hatred and contempt of "the fools" supporting Trump for weeks.

Read Matt's post yesterday. Possibly the stupidest thing he's ever written. Like most gammas he can't even see his own logical incoherency and sure isn't about to admit his impotency to prevent it. He just has to scream and signal a little louder.

It's obvious poor, old Matt swallowed Churchianity hook, line, and sinker and the whole thing burns him. He's a "good Christian". How can so many "good Christians" disagree with him. Why, it might mean he may actually be w-w-wr-wrong about something and that can't be.

Somewhere in that diatribe he hit a major segfault, dumped core and kept spewing.

Anonymous Broken Arrow February 24, 2016 3:50 PM  

If you ever wonder what happens to a Gamma when they are confronted with an Alpha, Matt Walsh is exhibit A.

Anonymous Goodnight February 24, 2016 3:50 PM  

It is absolutely hilarious to watch how the politico-media class are reacting. A yuge part of Trumps appeal is that most regular Americans hate being sneered at and condescended to by so-called elites. The elites know this. And how do they respond? Condescension and sneers. Jesus, the lack of self-awareness.

Blogger Alexander February 24, 2016 3:51 PM  

I for one am looking forward to the day the left moans what a great guy Rubio is and it's just terrible that the current toxic right-wing can't manage to get such a swell guy into position as the nominee.

Anonymous patrick kelly February 24, 2016 3:53 PM  

"I’m going to tell you the truth, friend."

You are not my friend.
You can't handle the truth without wearing depends.

Anonymous Steve February 24, 2016 3:54 PM  

I don't know much about Matt Walsh, but I do know where he stands socio-sexually

I'll take 'hipster faggot' for $200, Alex.

Blogger Keyser Soze February 24, 2016 3:54 PM  

That was great. Calling your readership stupid. Takes a special kind-of-stupid to do that. Maroon.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan February 24, 2016 3:54 PM  

Why don't the Cuckservatives just tweet "sexist, racist, and homophobic" all day long? Save time look and sound just as stupid and unhinged

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 3:55 PM  

ugh... matt fucking walsh... I've hated that prick sense I first read him years ago.

Useless as tits on a boar hog.

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein February 24, 2016 3:56 PM  

@7Jack Ward wrote:What more can one ask from life?

To crush your enemies, to see them driven before you, to hear the lamentations of their women, obviously.

Blogger bob k. mando February 24, 2016 3:56 PM  

15. Steve February 24, 2016 3:54 PM
I'll take 'hipster faggot' for $200, Alex.



i'm not sure, where does 'hipster faggot' fall on the Hastert-pedophile-faggot-establishment continuum?

Blogger Megamerc February 24, 2016 3:58 PM  

I had read some of it. It is way too long, so I scrolled down to the bottom and it was essentially just Walsh still ranting about Trump and his supporters and calling them all liars, just phrasing it differently then he did in the beginning. It's a bit unreadable in my opinion.

I believe he wrote it the day before the Nevada caucus, probably in a last second effort to influence the vote. Like Vox, it was this article that really tipped me off to Walsh's rank as well, though I didn't think of it in such clear terms as to say for certain that he's a Gamma.

I happen to be on Facebook and it came up on my feed through Larry Correia. LC had posted it with the caption "Yeah, pretty much this."

https://www.facebook.com/larry.correia/posts/1174261619251432

Not that it's a surprise. Correia has been pulling for Cruz since the beginning, IIRC.

Blogger Dexter February 24, 2016 3:58 PM  

Ya gotta love his previous column written right after Iowa when he said "ha ha, Trump is done, buh-bye!" So much for that prediction...

Blogger Megamerc February 24, 2016 3:59 PM  

ray wrote:Is this the Matt Walsh that Dalrock kicked around recently? If so he might be a tad sparky after the wash/dry cycle.

Yup. Same guy.

Anonymous Stephen J. February 24, 2016 3:59 PM  

As a Canadian I am justly excluded from casting a vote on this issue, which in turn means any actual opinion I have of any of the candidates is irrelevant. But as someone who has always found both Vox's and Matt's analyses of things interesting and insightful, it does intrigue me how such a clash arises.

In trying to understand the issue I think I find myself reduced to one question, which I ask Vox as impartially as I can: You have said that the only reason Trump is the only candidate worth supporting is that he is the only candidate seriously talking about restricting immigration at all, and that if he were to succeed in that area, that alone would do enough good to outweigh the harm he seems likely to do in other areas. My question, then, is simply this: On what basis do you conclude that Trump means what he says about restricting immigration, and that he would be sufficiently likely to achieve enough of that good if elected to be worth the risk that he would do significant harm in other areas (like, say, the appointing of non-constitutionalist justices to the Supreme Court)?

As demonstration of the fact that I am looking simply for an answer and not an argument I hereby promise not to challenge or disagree with whatever answer I receive, in this post at least.

Blogger James Dixon February 24, 2016 3:59 PM  

> That was great. Calling your readership stupid. Takes a special kind-of-stupid to do that. Maroon.

Yes. And for the original (I realize I've been using this a lot the past year or so, but its been so appropriate so often): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_Kh7nLplWo

Blogger Sheila4g February 24, 2016 3:59 PM  

Scott Adams actually has a pretty good post today addressing this dismissal of Trump as nothing more than a narcissist with no real accomplishments, which ties in exactly with your recognizing Walsh as a Secret King. An excerpt from Adams' post follows:

"How do you know? Simple! You know because you are far smarter than normal people. You might be an unrecognized genius, given your modesty. Maybe you’re not the test-taking kind of genius, but you are definitely a beacon of common sense. For example, you know for sure which candidate would be the best president while idiots like me can only guess. In fact, you are so smart that you can peer into Trump’s soul from a distance and see his lack of empathy. Impressive! And, I might add that you are an ace at diagnosing mental conditions despite your total lack of training in the field. You, my friend, are indeed better than other people because you see Trump for the over-inflated, uncaring buffoon that he is. And unlike Trump, you do not seek attention.

Anonymous #8601 Jean Valjean February 24, 2016 3:59 PM  

@7 Jack - It's these interchanges between our Dark Lord and the unwashed that are so instructional and enlightening.
I am enlightened. I am entertained.


This is why I will not celebrate the death of Twitter.

Blogger Jon M February 24, 2016 3:59 PM  

Pure unthinking emotion designed to signal virtue to your allies rather than convince your foes to come over to your side. No wonder they call it the Stupid Party.

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 4:00 PM  

Keyser... Trump Voters aren't Matt's readership. unless Trump is really kicking butt with early 30s soccer moms.

Anonymous Broken Arrow February 24, 2016 4:00 PM  

His first response was Scalzi level of Gamma, "Thanks for sharing my stuff!"

Blogger Happy Housewife February 24, 2016 4:01 PM  

Matt Walsh is what John Scalzi would look like if he were a "Christian conservative":

Long winded, pedastelizing of his angelic wife, snarkiness towards those he disagrees with, and attempts to act like he doesn't care.

Yep.

Blogger Anchorman February 24, 2016 4:01 PM  

I'm not a Trump fan.

THAT is an epic meltdown.

It's one of those articles written that he will regret. Definitely archive it, because he'll come to deny he said a lot of it.

Blogger Sheila4g February 24, 2016 4:01 PM  

Off Topic: I noticed this report of Turkish/Nepalese refugee crime in Japan yesterday. There doesn't seem to be a particular thread where it fits, but I thought you might find it of interest.

Anonymous A.B. Prosper February 24, 2016 4:01 PM  

That is a gamma face if I ever saw one. Ugh.

Blogger Dalrock February 24, 2016 4:02 PM  

This is Walsh's second helping (or perhaps third) of Trump Gamma Butthurt. His previous one was on January 19th when the Secret King wrote:

The situation boiled over on Monday when Trump was invited to speak at Liberty University, a private Christian college in Virginia. After that display, I had no choice but to write this final desperate plea to Christian Trump fans.

and

I fear many of my brothers and sisters in Christ are making the same mistake, and the spectacle is causing me an immense amount of emotional and spiritual pain.

http://www.theblaze.com/contributions/dear-christians-if-you-vote-for-a-godless-man-you-are-asking-for-tyranny/

Anonymous Gecko February 24, 2016 4:03 PM  

We don't love it out of spite? Says who?

Yes! Yesss! Oh, let me taste your tears, Matt!
Mm, your tears are so yummy and sweet!
Oh, the tears of unfathomable sadness! My-yummy!
Mm-yummy, you guys!

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 4:03 PM  

" My question, then, is simply this: On what basis do you conclude that Trump means what he says about restricting immigration, and that he would be sufficiently likely to achieve enough of that good if elected to be worth the risk that he would do significant harm in other areas (like, say, the appointing of non-constitutionalist justices to the Supreme Court)?"

Mate Vox has answered this 2 dozen times... and multiple times... today alone.

Vox doesn't believe Trump will do anything at all. he doesn't trust Trump.

He's simply saying that Trump is the only candidate with a non-0 chance of doing something about immigration, which is all that matters.

I obviously disagree with Vox on that.. as i see trump in the 0 chance category and I don't believe immigration is nearly the only issue that matters... but Vox is in Europe and is no doubt effected by the events there.

Blogger James Dixon February 24, 2016 4:04 PM  

> On what basis do you conclude that Trump means what he says about restricting immigration, and that he would be sufficiently likely to achieve enough of that good if elected to be worth the risk that he would do significant harm in other areas...

The basis that no one else is even pretending they'll do so. Cruz has been all Johnny come lately on the subject now that Trump has blazed the trail, but even then he's been a pale imitation.

Blogger Megamerc February 24, 2016 4:05 PM  

Steve wrote:I'll take 'hipster faggot' for $200, Alex.

Lol. I had forgotten just how hipster he looked.

Blogger Anchorman February 24, 2016 4:05 PM  

? You’ve already melted into a boiling puddle of rage and self-pity, haven’t you? You’re incensed and offended that I could be so “judgmental” and “dismissive” and “critical,”

Has he even met a Trump supporter?

Blogger Student in Blue February 24, 2016 4:06 PM  

@VD
That little exchange explains something I didn't understand when I first read the article/tantrum, which is why Matt Walsh doesn't merely oppose Donald Trump politically, but harbors genuine hatred for him.

I'm surprised you didn't have him pegged just from the article. He dictates rather imperiously how you MUST be feeling right at this point of time because he's such a clever wit.

Personally, I think you’re lying, and I’m going to test my theory. In fact, I believe I’ve already proven my theory because you’re now offended that I called you a liar.
[...]
Yet here I am employing the same tactic — accurately, I might add — and you recoil indignantly.

This is screaming Gamma from the hills.

Blogger Fatherless February 24, 2016 4:06 PM  

Hear hear!!!!

Anonymous old man in a villa February 24, 2016 4:07 PM  

I read that meltdown with a deep sense of shadenfreude. It was like the scene in Fight Club where Edward Norton beats himself up, without the payoff.

World class hissy fit.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer February 24, 2016 4:07 PM  

TL;Didn't Finish

That one falls into the Trump is a lying liar and you dupes are too stupid to see it category of Trump criticism with a side dish of Trump is Eeeeeviiiiiiiiil! Eeeeeeeeeeeeviiiiiiiiiiiiil! CAN'T YOU SEE HOW EVIL HE IS YOU FOOOOOLS!

Please excuse me, I have to go wash the flecks of spit Matt expelled off my face.

Blogger Jon M February 24, 2016 4:09 PM  

@24: Simple math. Say you have three doors marked Cruz, Rubio, and Trump, respectively, and you only get to open one door. You hear the growling of immigrant tigers coming from behind the doors marked Cruz and Rubio, and have even seen a tiger's paw reaching through the crack under the door marked Rubio. You hear the sound of feminine laughter echoing from behind the door marked Trump. The sounds may be a trick, anything could be behind each of the doors. Based on what you've heard so far, though? Which door to open is a no brainer.

Blogger RobertT February 24, 2016 4:10 PM  

I think Trump's success is an unexpected shock. It doesn't match the pattern. Things like 'Black Lives Matter", Twitter silencing conservatives and illegal immigrants streaming over the border were proceeding as expected. Then along comes Trump and shatters everything. Nothing like this is supposed to happen.

Blogger Alexander February 24, 2016 4:14 PM  

@24

...achieve enough of that good if elected to be worth the risk that he would do significant harm in other areas (like, say, the appointing of non-constitutionalist justices to the Supreme Court)?

We're so far beyond worrying about making sure we pick a guy who will make good Supreme Court choices. You're appealing to a horse that's not just beaten, but flogged to such a pulp nobody can definitively say it ever was a horse in the first place.

What's he going to fuck up in other areas? Healthcare? Taxation? National Debt? Get us involved in foreign fuckups around the globe?

About the most he can hope to do in terms of making it worse is staying the course, which puts him on par with every other candidate out there.

But non-zero chance of doing something on immigration. Non-zero chance of creating such an openly hostile uproar that the establishment has to take note. Non-zero chance of giving Clinton a stroke during a debate. Non-zero chance of causing at least one pundit to shit their pants live on air. Or at least cry.

Good enough.

Blogger Nick S February 24, 2016 4:16 PM  

Matt Walsh finds and acorn every now and again. This wasn't one of those times.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer February 24, 2016 4:16 PM  

@35

A lot of Churchians are spinning that line, if you are a Christian you have to vote for a Christian and Trump is not a Christian.

But that is a premise I reject as unbiblical. The Bible has examples of God using non-believers to further his plan.

Furthermore, these same people were for voting for Romney, who is a Mormon. Mormons may be fine individuals, but the best that can be said about Mormonism is that it is a severe heresy of Christianity. But hey that's different, somehow.

So screw that.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash February 24, 2016 4:17 PM  

Anchorman wrote:? You’ve already melted into a boiling puddle of rage and self-pity, haven’t you? You’re incensed and offended that I could be so “judgmental” and “dismissive” and “critical,”

Has he even met a Trump supporter?


It's all projection, dude. He's describing his own current emotional state and ascribing it to everyone who makes him feel bad, because he knowsuit's weak and pathetic, and you'd do anything to make it go away.

Blogger bob k. mando February 24, 2016 4:17 PM  

24. Stephen J. February 24, 2016 3:59 PM
On what basis do you conclude that Trump means what he says about restricting immigration



you've got the logic chain out of order.

1 - immigrants, especially non-Western Euro ones vote heavily socialist
2 - therefore, any significant influx of them will significantly distort the voting results of one of the most freedom / capitalist oriented societies to ever exist ... until it is destroyed
3 - therefore, large numbers of immigrants, especially on a sustained basis, cannot be permitted into the country


this establishes that immivasion is the only issue that matters.

the question is not whether Trump has the integrity to follow through on his promises, the question is why after so many of the others have openly demonstrated that they will do everything they can open the borders further, why are you considering them?

Cruz is the only other one in either party to whom this calculus might not apply, but he has other issues.

not least of which is that Trump is kicking his ass.

Anonymous Phil Mann February 24, 2016 4:17 PM  

To me the funniest thing about the whole screed was this at the end: To request Matt for a speaking engagement,...

Uh, no thanks.

Anonymous Gucci's Podiatrist February 24, 2016 4:18 PM  

Another affectation of the SJW set is the use of "quotes" around "everything" even when it isn't an "actual quote", ever notice that one?

It's the written version of air quotes.

Blogger Student in Blue February 24, 2016 4:21 PM  

It's the written version of air quotes.

Yes. Scare quotes.

Blogger praetorian February 24, 2016 4:23 PM  

Soccer moms are gonna make America great again.

I'm OK with this.

Blogger Sam Lively February 24, 2016 4:24 PM  

This is the most damning quote right here:
"You should fall madly in love with me when I accuse Donald Trump of being a spoiled, overgrown brat and you of being a cultish groupie enamored with fame. You should well up with pride and salute me as I mention that Donald Trump is a stuffed, soiled diaper sagging in the pants of American politics and you’re the poor, pitiful sap trying to elect it president. You don’t have to agree, but man, isn’t it refreshing that I’m willing to tell you what’s on my mind? Shouldn’t you leave a thousand comments under this article praising me for being politically incorrect, willing to attack not only Donald Trump but his blue collar supporters? In fact, if you’re sincere in your alleged regard for the bold and audacious approach, I expect you’ll have launched a nationwide write-in campaign for me by tomorrow morning."

Trump is inspiring these volcanic hissy-fits from Walsh and Erick Erickson because he is stealing their admirers and dependents right out from under them.

Walsh built a following by making emotional, angry conservative arguments against the most outrageous liberal excesses. People saw him as a truth-teller, a young firebrand, a culture warrior and made him their champion.

Then Trump comes along and Walsh tries to shut him down and warn his readers to steer clear. Not only do they not stay clear, but they start flocking to him in droves, leaving guys like Walsh with a dwindling base of loyal readers and too much egg on his face to reconsider his initial take.

See, when Trump took the mantle of anger he wasn't pulling it ex nihilo - guys like Walsh had been riding around with it for years. Now that Trump is actually putting it to good use instead of wasting it away in self-indulgent emo think pieces, a guy like Walsh is losing his relevance and importance.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer February 24, 2016 4:28 PM  

See, when Trump took the mantle of anger he wasn't pulling it ex nihilo - guys like Walsh had been riding around with it for years. Now that Trump is actually putting it to good use instead of wasting it away in self-indulgent emo think pieces, a guy like Walsh is losing his relevance and importance.

In other words, Trump is a threat to Walsh's (and Glenn Becks') rice bowl. The last thing they need is for someone to take action and actually solve a problem or two.

Anonymous SaltyDonnie February 24, 2016 4:30 PM  

@47

Pretty much this. My slogan for Trump is "Trump 2016 - Because What Could He Do, Fuck It Up?". I'm sure I'm not the first to use it.

By the way, I'm new to Vox's blog, but it's become a favorite very quickly.

Blogger Alexander February 24, 2016 4:30 PM  

Barbarians are attacking the village.

Trump shows up one morning, holding the heads of five barbarians and a bloody sword.

Village women flock to Trump.

Trump goes out next night and returns with five more barbarian heads.

Village makes Trump king.

Matt Walsh, villager, points out that he's been really angry at the barbarians for a really long time, and Trump isn't a true villager, so please won't the village women flock to Matt and won't the villagers make Matt their king?

Trump doesn't notice, having already headed back out past the rapidly growing big, beautiful palisade to bring back another five heads. Villagers wonder if they might not take just one stake from the construction site and use it to impale Matt.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer February 24, 2016 4:30 PM  

Also, Walsh has a stupid looking tattoo.

Maybe I'm just old, but if you aren't a Marine I have a hard time taking your advice seriously if you have a tattoo.

Blogger tz February 24, 2016 4:30 PM  

Larry Correia's version

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 4:30 PM  

"But non-zero chance of doing something on immigration."

remember... you and vox are basing this non-zero estimation on the word of the same man that claimed to have proof that Obama was no born in hawaii.

Anonymous Gecko February 24, 2016 4:31 PM  

Furthermore, these same people were for voting for Romney, who is a Mormon.

I saw a lot of friends highlighting that Walsh piece Dalrock referenced. None of them answered me when I asked about Romney.

And see, this is why I enjoy the tears. During previous primaries, GOPe types took every opportunity to make people like me bitter, and then claim I had to support their guy. So yeah, I admit that did make me a tad bitter about the whole dang process.

Zero, non-zero, I don't care. It's-a-tax Roberts and non-shutdowns should have made it clear that the general election really doesn't matter. But the primary? Oh, I'm going to absolutely love this primary. Already am. And very little of it has anything to do with admiration of Trump.

Blogger Alexander February 24, 2016 4:35 PM  

Nate,

No, I'm not.

I'm basing it on the fact that if Trump wins, he will have done so on an enormous wave of overtly angry people, proclaiming hostility towards the status-quo.

It strikes me that at that point, Trump gains much more by following through on what he promised that propelled him into power, than having all that anger turn on him while facing a hostile establishment in the House and Senate.

I'm banking on Trump's desire to go down in the books as the big hero instead of spending four years having everyone calling for his blood, than in a sense of innate honesty and trustworthiness.

I also think he genuinely cares about Americans as a people and not just a convenient geographic location, but I'm still weighing my decision more on the former.

Blogger haus frau February 24, 2016 4:35 PM  

I used to read Wash's articles because he does do a good job of walking the public through the moral evil of abortion step by step creating an air tight logical case against it. He also does similarly well when taking on atheism versus Christianity, frivolous divorce, and other social issues. I was put off by his never-hit-a-woman-even-when-she's-trying-to-kill-you-with-a-hammer level white knighting. I gave up after it became tediously obvious the man needs an editing team to cut down on the massive amount of redundant verbage in his writing. If you put all your effort into making the case air tight once then you don't have to repeat the feat 3 times over in the same article. It makes me wonder if he's paid by the word count.
Walsh has been harping on Trump for a while. He just one among many pundits that go cross-eyed retarded when the party base doesn't line up behind the electable "Christian" establishment hack who wears his supposed faith on his sleeve. He will not ever see Trump's popularity as a strategic move by intelligent people. I note his belief that Trump voters are stupid contradicts his belief that similarly low-education highschool grads can successfully homeschool their own children. Either people, even low education voters, are smart enough to know what's good for themselves or they aren't.

Blogger bob k. mando February 24, 2016 4:37 PM  

58. SaltyDonnie February 24, 2016 4:30 PM
My slogan for Trump is "Trump 2016 - Because What Could He Do, Fuck It Up?".



sorry, Sarah Hoyt and Matt Walsh reliably inform me that you are an ignorant rube whom Trump has deceived into thinking he's a 'real Conservative'.

so suck it.

Blogger Sam Lively February 24, 2016 4:37 PM  

@57 Ron

Good point grafting in Beck. Birds of a feather.

I do think they would like a guy to solve problems, they just want to have identified him and sponsored him first. Hence Beck's maniacal obsession with Cruz.

As long as they get to play gatekeeper for the "one true champion," they maintain their status.

Anonymous #8601 Jean Valjean February 24, 2016 4:37 PM  

Speaking of Twitter shenanigans, Trump isn't on my top trends and he certainly should be.

Blogger White Knight Leo #0368 February 24, 2016 4:39 PM  

I have a college education. I work in a career that is somewhere between blue and white collar, with an eye to moving up to full white-collar.

But the first 12 years of my working life, I spent in manual labor.

So maybe I have an easier time getting this because I've been there recently, and Walsh hasn't?

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 February 24, 2016 4:41 PM  

I never thought about it before, but yes, Matt Walsh is a huge Gamma. Ever since he wrote the article about never hitting women ever, even when she's got a hot frying pan flying toward your face.

Only a complete and utter woman-worshiper would argue that.

Blogger SouthRon February 24, 2016 4:45 PM  

@68 Jean, Twitter isn't the only one. Facebook seems to be playing the Trump doesn't exist game too.

I suspect Trump's getting most of the political posts on Facebook because my feed is unusually devoid of any political commentary today.

Anonymous #8601 Jean Valjean February 24, 2016 4:47 PM  

@71 Ron

Interesting

Blogger tz February 24, 2016 4:47 PM  

Interesting that the Cruzbots are writing things like this, saying Trump is Robespierre or Hitler, then accusing Trump supporters of incivility and being brown shirts.

SJWs always project, lie, and double down.

That the Cruzbots are waddling and quacking, it is an excellent contra Cruz argument.

Blogger Austin Ballast February 24, 2016 4:48 PM  

I guess Alabama isn't far enough south Nate. Immigration sure as heck is a serious issue in Texas.

What issue is the one of our day? Appointing a truly "conservative" Supreme Court Justice like Roberts or Sandra Day O'Conner?

Yeah right.

Trump could easily be a complete fraud, but the competition doesn't place a high bar for that.

Republicans should instead nominate another success like McCain or Romney?

Or a pretender like Bush II who accomplished many of the same goals as Obama, such as doubling the debt, giving us a prescription drug obligation and No Child Left Behind.

Who do those saying the people won't vote for Trump in the general election think they will vote for? Hillary? Bernie the Socialist?

Did they all move to Colorado before writing their posts and replies?

Trump sucks, but so does the rest of the field. It is a huge game.

And why do you care if you don't vote Nate?

I am not sure if I am going to vote for Trump or not. I almost want to do so to stick a finger in someone's eye, but it really doesn't matter. The election won't be that close either way and supporting the system is a bad thing overall.

Trump is still better than McCain or Romney, or Bob Dole!

Blogger Randy M February 24, 2016 4:50 PM  

" praising me for being politically incorrect, willing to attack not only Donald Trump"

Yes, because the progressive elite that sets the tone in this country just fall all over themselves declaring Trump a protected class. Incoherent much, Matt?

Anonymous PhillipGeorge©2016 February 24, 2016 4:52 PM  

Matt, I presume, thinks he's "onto" a fraud gaming the system. That's a defense. The only fig leaf he can hope for. Wanting to be heroic he came unglued.


I hope Trump viscerally hates Islam. Muhammad's a .......... like no other. Islam will mess with a collective mind like non other. Psychopath/ sociopath, doesn't cut it.

Joseph Conrad touched the void with "heart or darkness" and Kipling touched it with "the man who would be king".

God made Jesus King. Everyone else runs the risk of a form of insanity words barely illuminate. All SJW lie is axiomatic.

Christianity isn't merely superior, it's the only right there is. Is why left right conservative progressive middle road off road lunatic orbitals pragmatists all fail somewhere.

As a property developer Trump stands a chance. I just hope he treats America like an investment opportunity.



Blogger Rantor February 24, 2016 4:52 PM  

Matt is funny, he thinks he can get me mad by calling me a liar... whatever. I work with a moderate who thinks me insane for supporting Trump. It upsets him. I try not to be too obnoxious, he has health issues.

Blogger Austin Ballast February 24, 2016 4:55 PM  

Why release a poor photoshopped (Acrobat technically) birth certificate if a genuine one exists Nate?

Why have key information overwritten in a different layer? Poor work on their part, but the need for it is hiding something.

The only valid alternate explanation would be that he was originally listed as "white", but that seems unlikely.

Something is being hidden, so skepticism on that is quite justifiable.

Blogger Dave February 24, 2016 4:55 PM  

@59 Alexander

"It takes a village" oops sorry, wrong candidate.

I like the story, kinda fits with Vox's meme from the previous thread

Blogger Austin Ballast February 24, 2016 4:56 PM  

Why release a poor photoshopped (Acrobat technically) birth certificate if a genuine one exists Nate?

Why have key information overwritten in a different layer? Poor work on their part, but the need for it is hiding something.

The only valid alternate explanation would be that he was originally listed as "white", but that seems unlikely.

Something is being hidden, so skepticism on that is quite justifiable.

Blogger Lovekraft February 24, 2016 4:56 PM  

This looks like standard modern journalism in practice: avoid irrelevance by cooking up and inciting, rather than replying in a factual manner to the candidate's policies.

Blogger Ellimist February 24, 2016 4:57 PM  

Friend, I should tell you the most popular theory among non-Trump supporters is that you fall into the former category. When we talk to each other in private, almost everyone agrees you’re stupid.

Does he think people don't already know this?

Anonymous Gecko February 24, 2016 5:01 PM  

Twitter isn't the only one. Facebook seems to be playing the Trump doesn't exist game too.

If there was ever a time for these sites to pull out all the stops, consequences be damned, wouldn't it be within the next six days?

Anonymous coyote February 24, 2016 5:03 PM  

violence from any direction (woman or man) must be defended against; those who will not, will die- often, deservedly, and to the betterment of the race.

Anonymous GreyS February 24, 2016 5:04 PM  

"I’ve already proven my theory because you’re now offended that I called you a liar."

"and you recoil indignantly."

"You’ve already melted into a boiling puddle of rage and self-pity, haven’t you? You’re incensed and offended"


Literal LOL. This tearful pouring-out of emotion and Sarah's PortuGnosis have been highlights of the week.

Anonymous JamesD February 24, 2016 5:06 PM  

@24 "My question, then, is simply this: On what basis do you conclude that Trump means what he says about restricting immigration, and that he would be sufficiently likely to achieve enough of that good if elected to be worth the risk"

No guarantee, but he's the only one talking about it. And what are the options? Rubio is a neo-con pro-open border. Cruz, a supposed conservative Christian has a careerist wife that works for GS. So who raised his kids? He's also a neo con on foreign policy. Rand Paul was decent, except he was another open-border pol from his libertarian background. Trump: wants to close the border, says we need to let Russia kill ISIS in Syria, and will negotiate on foreign policy. He will also be restrained by a Republican congress. I really don't think he cares about the Supreme Court and will just nominate someone the Republicans pick.

Anonymous Kitty Dude February 24, 2016 5:13 PM  

Nothing will kill GOP voter turnout like a Donald Trump nomination.

Blogger Elocutioner February 24, 2016 5:17 PM  

I shall henceforth refer to Matt's article by the new title "If You Were a Cuckservative, My Love." Maybe we can put it up for an award or something. Are there any alt-right black knighting awards, like the Razzies? Time to take the mockery to the next level.

Anonymous 11B February 24, 2016 5:19 PM  

Walsh's boss, Glenn Beck, had a doozy today on the radio. He led off with the story about one of our "black" founders, and then told us he would not support Trump if he became the GOP nominee.

Good bye audience.

Anonymous Faceless February 24, 2016 5:19 PM  

I guess it finally happened: Matt Walsh ran out of pussy to pedestalize.

Blogger Salt February 24, 2016 5:22 PM  

11B wrote:Good bye audience.

Goes out in a Blaze.

Anonymous A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents February 24, 2016 5:22 PM  

Friend, I should tell you the most popular theory among non-Trump supporters is that you fall into the former category. When we talk to each other in private, almost everyone agrees you’re stupid.

Dear Mattie:
IDGAF
Sincerely, Your Friend

Blogger Edward Isaacs February 24, 2016 5:26 PM  

Such vile posts as these are making me consider a career in faceless minioncraft.

I'd be a weakling minion, though, quickly eaten by the others.

Blogger kennymac February 24, 2016 5:27 PM  

The guy calls himself a professional truth sayer, what a douche

Blogger kennymac February 24, 2016 5:29 PM  

Actually "Kitty Dude", we're hoping he kills the GOP.

Blogger kmbr February 24, 2016 5:30 PM  

Conservative behavior last night on Twitter was off the charts insane.

I am beginning to think what goes on with conservatives is something like the relationship a co-dependent has with an addict or an abuser--losing is their comfort zone, they'll do whatever it takes to enable their foes into a position of strength.

It's really sick.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 24, 2016 5:32 PM  

@31 Happy Housewife

Long winded, pedastelizing of his angelic wife, snarkiness towards those he disagrees with, and attempts to act like he doesn't care.
---

A perfect description of the Erick Erickson clash with Trump last year.

Trump causes these guys to flip out and it's hilarious

Blogger Snidely Whiplash February 24, 2016 5:33 PM  

Kitty Dude wrote:Nothing will kill GOP voter turnout like a Donald Trump nomination.

Wanna bet? One word,

Rubio.

Anonymous Faceless February 24, 2016 5:35 PM  

Given how Mr. Romney has weighed in to attack Trump, it should be far easier to illustrate why so many support Trump:

Roadhouse Lucy!

Charlie Brown is the rank and file told that, in the most importantest election ever, they, the GOP base, had to hold their nose, suck it up, do one for the Gipper and for El Rushbo, and vote "R".

Lucy is the GOP.

Peter Griffin, many hope, is Donald Trump.

Blogger Florian Ulrich February 24, 2016 5:36 PM  

Yes, tantrum is right. I thought he might have had a microphone behind his mirror.

Blogger Sage Klubb February 24, 2016 5:37 PM  

Wow. I have to admit, I've been a bit nervous whether Trump's lying or not, about the wall and everything else. I'm nervous that he talks about wanting the same single payer plan the fringe left has been pushing. But, yeah, these tantrums...

It was encouraging to read one of VD's recent comments about Trump from way back. I want to think he's not going to Jekyll and Hyde (run to the moderate center) once he gets past the primaries. While I think he's overdone his attacks on Cruz, it will be refreshing to see a Republican candidate go all out and punch the *opposition* like that for a change, instead of meekly apologizing for everything, and admitting that his supporters are all racists and idiots, but won't you please vote for me anyway?

I mean, for crying out loud, Democrats accuse everybody else of everything from wanting to make cancer patients suffer to starving schoolchildren. I want to see somebody really slamming them for the immense harm THEY do to the poor, to minorities, to all of us. If Trump delivers that, it will be the happiest vote I ever cast.

Just please, no more of this running to the "center" (far left) crap.

Anonymous Maximo Macaroni February 24, 2016 5:39 PM  

I love the way Trump scares liberals and Rinos and Churchians. Cruz and Rubio never scared anyone. Same for every Repub candidate since Reagan.

Blogger praetorian February 24, 2016 5:48 PM  

Nothing will kill GOP voter turnout like a Donald Trump nomination.

Clearly.

Blogger Elocutioner February 24, 2016 5:48 PM  

Faceless wrote:Given how Mr. Romney has weighed in to attack Trump

He said this:
"Frankly, I think we have a good reason to believe that there's a bombshell in Donald Trump's taxes," the 2012 GOP nominee told Fox News on Wednesday.

Mitt Romney talking about a secret scandal lurking in the private tax returns of the presumptive nominee. They have gone full potato.

Blogger SamuraiJack February 24, 2016 5:55 PM  

Ha! That was epic. You don't F with the Dark Lord on twitter. Nicely done.

Anonymous Dedicating Ruckus February 24, 2016 5:58 PM  

Inveterate dialectician that I am, I can't help but be amused that Walsh managed to go through the entire overly-long column without ever actually saying anything. He bloviates about his so-called hard-hitting style for so long that he runs out of space to convey any message in said style. It's all nonstop FEELBAD FEELBAD FEELBAD.

Truly was it written that this election campaign is the finest political entertainment of the past fifteen years at least.

Blogger Doktor Jeep February 24, 2016 6:06 PM  

It's nice to see Twitter being used right. This is why "they" are trying to destroy it.

Blogger Lovekraft February 24, 2016 6:07 PM  

Hopefully someone here can add to my observation about Trump from Pope Francis recently, where said Pope claimed Trump isn't Christian for wanting the wall.

I remember only a few weeks earlier Pope Francis declaring ENVY to be a leading symptom of the world's ills. But wouldn't all those mexicans and central americans be practicing envy by wanting what America has? What about getting those people to fix their own problems?

Just an observation.

Anonymous John Steed February 24, 2016 6:09 PM  

I heard the usual High Priests of Churchian Cuckdom on AFR and Moody Radio just contantly talking smack about Trump today. But not a word yet about what `W` said and did to become prez. I not holding my breath. Also, I contacted my old friends in the oil biz and told them about Trump wanting to slap a $20 tariff on each barrel of imported oil while cutting taxes on domestic oil. Of course they were 100% Trump.

Anonymous BigGayKoranBurner February 24, 2016 6:11 PM  

I'll take 'hipster faggot' for $200, Alex.

Thanks for the pic I was afraid I might have dated him.

if you are a Christian you have to vote for a Christian and Trump is not a Christian

He is probably more Christian than MCC churches & the GRINDR Rabbi.

Kitty Dude Nothing will kill GOP voter turnout like a Donald Trump nomination.

Why are people trying to have gayer names than me? We're hoping he kills the GOPestablishment.

Blogger VD February 24, 2016 6:17 PM  

Ha! That was epic. You don't F with the Dark Lord on twitter. Nicely done.

Spacebunny is about the only one who can do it right. This cracked me up:

What you said was so wrong @voxday that I would need a therapist and a doll to show you.

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 6:20 PM  

"I guess Alabama isn't far enough south Nate. Immigration sure as heck is a serious issue in Texas."

it was a serious problem in Alabama too. Then alabama talked about passing a law and all the mexsidicans left.

I literally go months without laying eyes on a mexican outside of the owner of the local mexican restaurant. And even it has white wait staff.

High school football teams all over alabama have had a terrible time finding kickers.

Blogger Jon M February 24, 2016 6:23 PM  

@91: Going out in a blaze? Brother, you ain't kidding.

http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/theblaze.com

Anonymous VFM #7916 February 24, 2016 6:23 PM  

I'd say Beck was so AMOG'd by Trump last night that he had to have his pet gamma Walsh lash out while he, Beck, was paralyzed by emotional trauma. Honestly, he looked like he'd lost his fluffy blankey when Trump walked in.

Anonymous 0ddr0b February 24, 2016 6:25 PM  

as i see trump in the 0 chance category and I don't believe immigration is nearly the only issue that matters...

The long-term trend for America is clear. Sure, gun laws, tax rates, military spending and welfare programs might fluctuate left and right, but the next generation of Americans are going to grow up as a minority in their own freaking country. Even if Trump doesn't do anything during his presidency, the way in which he will bring this issue to the forefront of American politics will be long overdue.

Blogger haus frau February 24, 2016 6:26 PM  

Michael Berry, a talk radio host out of Houston is having a Trump induced hissy fit right now and he is studiously sticking to the Trump voters are stuuuupid rubes who easily distracted by shiny things script. Pissing allover people who's support you need is generally not a ticket to changing minds. You would think that at least one of these media pundits would figure out a non-self defeating approach to their problem as Trump continues to win.

Blogger Salt February 24, 2016 6:29 PM  

If it's trump and Hillary -

http://www.buzzfeed.com/bensmith/be-afraid#.niW66qkElR

"In reality, nobody is that excited about Hillary Clinton, and young voters, women and men — the foot soldiers of any Democratic Party movement — aren’t coming around. She lost a resounding 82% of voters under 30 in Nevada. Her campaign now rests on the hope that voters of color like her well enough, if nowhere near as much as they like Obama. And that means that when she faces a Republican, she will have to destroy him — something the people who will be doing the destroying acknowledged when I asked them earlier this month.

“The slogan is ‘Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid,’” said Paul Begala, who is an adviser to the pro-Clinton super PAC Priorities USA."

Anonymous ThirdMonkey February 24, 2016 6:31 PM  

My wife reads Walsh regularly, and I've always had a squishy feeling about him. She's also not on the Trump train yet, either. I came home from work today and the first thing she said was, "Now I know why you don't like Matt Walsh. What a pussy."

Blogger Harsh February 24, 2016 6:32 PM  

Here's to four great years of watching heads explode...

Blogger JimR February 24, 2016 6:38 PM  

Nate, when did Trump claim he had proof Obama was not born in Hawaii?

Anonymous Jim Scrummy February 24, 2016 6:39 PM  

This is the most fun I've had watching meltdowns. I am truly running out of popcorn. Can't wait until next Tuesday... Should be fun!

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 6:40 PM  

"Nate, when did Trump claim he had proof Obama was not born in Hawaii?"

seriously did all you trump people start following politics in 2015?

Blogger Sevron February 24, 2016 6:42 PM  

I recall him demanding the birth certificate and so on. I don't recall him claiming he had proof but would not release it.

Anonymous worldskipper February 24, 2016 6:44 PM  

Michael Berry is a full on Cuck. I used to enjoy listening to him on the drive home but, man he SO wants to be be Cruz's Press Secretary it isn't even funny, he's lost his damn mind. Look at his family photo, he's a full on 'oil driller'. Marries a woman from India, then adopts two black boys from Africa. - I've had my fill of loud mouth attorneys- I'm looking at you Mark Levin. Jackasses. http://sos.state.tx.us/gallery/images/swearing-in-ceremony/berry-ceremony-lowres1.jpg

Blogger Azimus February 24, 2016 6:46 PM  

Oh I don't know he has some great points: "You flock eagerly to a flamboyant, authoritarian billionaire fascist... "

I've been called an authoritarian fascist most of my life, so I guess this makes sense. Wait I thought Trump was a secret liberal though? I'M NOT SURE WHAT I'M SUPPOSED TO BELIEVE ABOUT THIS MAN WILL SOMEONE CLEARLY LAY OUT WHAT I AM SUPPOSED TO BE THINKING PLEASE?

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 6:47 PM  

" Sure, gun laws, tax rates, military spending and welfare programs might fluctuate left and right, but the next generation of Americans are going to grow up as a minority in their own freaking country."

until the economy falls to complete shit and the government can't send out checks for free shit anymore. Then all the mexicans will leave. just like that.

That's why they are here.

Blogger praetorian February 24, 2016 6:54 PM  

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/701868541545295872

When Trump tweets about how a peaceful secession mechanism is the best way forward for the states, Nate will still here shitting up threads ranting about what fucking morons we all are.

Anonymous Ain February 24, 2016 6:55 PM  

"You say you want abrupt and matter-of-fact honesty, and you want it so much, you’ll make a man president for it regardless of whether he defies every principle and value you claim to hold.

Personally, I think you’re lying, and I’m going to test my theory. In fact, I believe I’ve already proven my theory because you’re now offended that I called you a liar."



So tedious. He says it will be abrupt, but several paragraphs in and he has yet to be abrupt about whatever abrupt point he was going to make. And no, not angry, just bored and waiting for him to eventually make his point. Oh, he thinks he's proven it already? Is he serious?

Anonymous GreyS February 24, 2016 6:56 PM  

until the economy falls to complete shit and the government can't send out checks for free shit anymore. Then all the mexicans will leave. just like that.

(chuckle) How hard can it be, right?

Gee, can't tell you have zero direct experience with them.

Blogger LP9 Rin Integra S.I.G. Burnin' Up, Dune soaked, 80 svedka - The Lord overrides all! February 24, 2016 6:57 PM  

Wow, this is beautiful, like the emotionalism on Glenn Beck today. What times to observe.

Blogger JimR February 24, 2016 6:59 PM  

Nate, I didn't ask when did Trump question Obama's birthplace.
I asked you when he claimed he had proof Obama wasn't born in Hawaii.

Please answer the question.

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 7:03 PM  

"I asked you when he claimed he had proof Obama wasn't born in Hawaii. "

google is your friend. Feel free to use it.

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 7:05 PM  

"(chuckle) How hard can it be, right?

Gee, can't tell you have zero direct experience with them. "

really?

Because I lived in dickson TN and Nashville TN which were infested with them for decades. TN actually offered them licenses as a revenue generating scheme so it became a haven for illegals.

Then I moved to Alabama and the first few years there were tons of mexicans.

The literally over night they all disappeared.

POOF.

so yes.. I have tons of experience with them. now I allow that the mexicans in places like Texas are very different and will be dealt with differently... but in most places... it will go just like it went in alabama.

Blogger Ron Winkleheimer February 24, 2016 7:11 PM  

Nate, I live in the Birmingham area and we don't seem to have a shortage around here.

Blogger LP9 Rin Integra S.I.G. Burnin' Up, Dune soaked, 80 svedka - The Lord overrides all! February 24, 2016 7:14 PM  

Today, I hadn't a clue until I looked at a few videos of Trumping Glenn.

Anonymous Fred February 24, 2016 7:15 PM  

What everyone forgets is that 42 percent of Americans now identify as Independent, 26 percent Repubs and 29 percent Dems.

Trump's New Big crowds are most likely coming from Independents like me who have not voted in years, or decades.

Look at the minuscule numbers of voters the Dems have in these primaries and caucuses.

That's the sole reason why Trump is going to win.

And for the record, I have a 150+ IQ and I'm all for Trump - for all the same reasons everyone else above has pointed out :

a) He could not possibly do a worse job that the sleazy douchebags the morons of this country have elected for the last (forever ) decades.

and

b) He makes me laugh my ass off for a lot of different reasons.

Is Trump another Hitler ? Maybe. But things are so far down the tubes I really don't care any more.

At least I'll die laughing.


Anonymous GreyS February 24, 2016 7:19 PM  

I have tons of experience with them.

POOF.


Fucking hilarious. Gotta love Republicans.


Blogger Doom February 24, 2016 7:24 PM  

Klejdys ‏@klejdys
What @voxday is doing to @mattwalshblog now is illegal in 38 states.


Also illegal on all campuses and low level offices in .bus and .gov.

Oh, that's just funny. Nah, I'll pass on reading it. I have to listen to that far too often as is. It's been delicious to toy with, as I will, if I must, but I'm simply not interested in doing it on-call.

You go about things slightly differently, but not so much so as to be foreign to my way of thinking. I'm simply amazed to see someone who really, seemingly, natively, trumps with such a hidden grin. Though I still think you are insane to suggest Trump reach out to Carson. As far as I'm concerned, you might as well be asking him to reach out to Zero.

Blogger bob k. mando February 24, 2016 7:27 PM  

87. Kitty Dude February 24, 2016 5:13 PM
Nothing will kill GOP voter turnout like a Donald Trump nomination.



oh yeah, NOTHING like that Romney guy that the base was so excited about!

or McCain, yeah, we loved him too! and he never shit on us, not his whole career ( except that all he did was shit on conservatives ).

or Dole? oh man, there was a candidate who just oozed charisma and can do gumption.

and Jeb? oh boy, now there was a REAL man who could fully instruct me in the ways of ... conservatism and Constitutionality? or was that the New World Order he was talking about?

oh yeah, you Hastert pedophile faggots do a bang up job of picking "electable" candidates ... kitty dude.

Blogger Neanderserk February 24, 2016 7:28 PM  

Walsh has trouble comprehending the difference between:
1. Like a bitch
2. Like a boss

Blogger JimR February 24, 2016 7:28 PM  

Nate, you have made an assertion. I have politely asked you for evidence to back up your assertion.
Are you refusing to provide said evidence? Are you instead retracting your assertion?

Blogger praetorian February 24, 2016 7:29 PM  

Just in case you needed another reason to vote for Der Trumpenfuhrer, besides him threatening to prosecute clinton and audit the federal reserve and make america great again:

http://freebeacon.com/politics/china-warns-u-s-after-trump-wins-nevada-caucus/

Blogger Salt February 24, 2016 7:32 PM  

Fred wrote:Is Trump another Hitler ? Maybe. But things are so far down the tubes I really don't care any more.

At least I'll die laughing.


Now, that's the spirit. Popcorn, which ever way it goes.

Blogger Neanderserk February 24, 2016 7:34 PM  

Nate wrote:"But non-zero chance of doing something on immigration."

remember... you and vox are basing this non-zero estimation on the word of the same man that claimed to have proof that Obama was no born in hawaii.



Who says he doesn't? Why go public when you can use it to leverage yourself into the White House?

The elites have a choice: Red Riding Hood or 3 Little Pigs. Either way, he's the big bad wolf.

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 7:34 PM  

"Nate, you have made an assertion. I have politely asked you for evidence to back up your assertion.
Are you refusing to provide said evidence? Are you instead retracting your assertion?"

no moron. I remarked upon a national fucking news story. That was reprted by everything from the today show to salon to fucking ABC.

Now you can google it yourself.. or go fuck yourself. I really don't care if you're so god damn pig ignorant that you don't bother following the news.

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 7:35 PM  

"Fucking hilarious. Gotta love Republicans. "


Goota love the noobz.

Anonymous BGKB February 24, 2016 7:36 PM  

"Nate, when did Trump claim he had proof Obama was not born in Hawaii?" seriously did all you trump people start following politics in 2015?

Trump offered millions for Obama's college transcripts and birth certificates. I guess that makes him a secrete democrat.

Oh I don't know he has some great points: "You flock eagerly to a flamboyant, authoritarian billionaire fascist... "

There are many jews that would not go to a gay marriage but few could resist the chance to kiss Soros' ass.

Nate, I live in the Birmingham area and we don't seem to have a shortage around here.

Are your blacks the good blacks like the ones around Nate's house? Never mind "Paul Kersey, the author of “Escape from Detroit” and “Black Mecca Down” now brings to you the definitive account of life in Birmingham, Alabama after the cameras left in 1963." Maybe there is actual majik dirt but only around Nate's house. Nate's magik good negro dirt, new formula now repels Mexicans.

I have tons of experience with them. I have only dated my fair share.

Blogger JimR February 24, 2016 7:37 PM  

Nate, so to be clear, you are refusing to back up your assertion that Trump claimed to have proof Obama was not born in Hawaii.

Is Rule 2 not in force?

2. You are expected to back up your assertions, so don't be surprised if you happen to get called on them. If you fail to back up an assertion when called on it, but refuse to retract the statement, understand that we reserve the right to delete the relevant comment and all subsequent comments you attempt to make. If you are asked a direct question relevant to the topic, then you will be expected to answer it in a straightforward and non-evasive manner; providing links in lieu of answers is not acceptable. (Links providing additional information in support of your answer are great, of course.) The dishonest and evasive tactics that are so common in Internet argumentation are not permitted here. If you refuse to either answer a question or admit that you cannot answer it, then you will not be permitted to comment here and all of your subsequent comments will be deleted.

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 7:37 PM  

"Nate, I live in the Birmingham area and we don't seem to have a shortage around here."

I've heard they are showing back up more and more... coming back down from TN mostly.

The fact remains.. they fled like hell when we passed the immigration law.

They are not here because they love america and want to pretend to be americans. they are here for material gain. When the means of that gain goes away.. they will as well.

Blogger ray February 24, 2016 7:39 PM  

"Also; look at a picture of him, and his socio-sexual role becomes even more obvious."


I rarely click links, don't want to encourage them. Yee + ikes tho, Pastor Matt has the Full Hipster Cosplay going on! I was just about to feel sorry for him (not Professionally Sorry, actually sorry) until I read that -->

Pastor Walsh bills himself as a, wait now just waaaiiiitt . . . a Professional Truth Sayer.

:O) !


Professional Truth, great. Here are the elders chosen by women, and There goes my BP.

Can't imagine why Dalrock trampled him. Eets a Mystery.

Blogger Nate February 24, 2016 7:40 PM  

"Nate, so to be clear, you are refusing to back up your assertion that Trump claimed to have proof Obama was not born in Hawaii.

Is Rule 2 not in force?"

I haven't actually seen rule number 2 enforced in long long time.

That said... Don't quote the rules to me son. I was here before they were written.

You're asking for proof of something is easily verifiable. Google it. There are countless stories about trump's claims about sending people to hawaii and what they found.

Its like demanding proof that the Broncos won the super bowl.

Rule 2 isn't here to help your lazy ass.

Blogger ray February 24, 2016 7:42 PM  

'It's these interchanges between our Dark Lord and the unwashed that are so instructional and enlightening.'


Ick.

Blogger JimR February 24, 2016 7:43 PM  

Nate, I have googled, I found many links to stories about Trump questioning Obama's birthplace, not a single one of them said Trump claimed to have proof Obama wasn't born in Hawaii. But I guess it's good to know who can and can't be relied upon to have a solid base on their assertions.

So you've refused to back up your assertion.

Blogger Zimri February 24, 2016 7:51 PM  

38 states? what Vox did might not even be legal in Germany.

Blogger DanG February 24, 2016 8:05 PM  

Regardless of whatever other foolishness he may spew, if he gets some "moderates" to go along with this, he's not all bad:

http://themattwalshblog.com/2016/02/15/scalia/

Blogger James Dixon February 24, 2016 8:05 PM  

> Are you refusing to provide said evidence?

Nate's busy at the moment. He asked me to hanle his light work: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/donald-trumps-history-raising-birther-questions-president-obama/story?id=33861832

Blogger 1337kestrel February 24, 2016 8:06 PM  

JamesD wrote:@24 He will also be restrained by a Republican congress.

A whaaaaa?

Nate wrote: now I allow that the mexicans in places like Texas are very different and will be dealt with differently...


In Texas there are so many 2nd and 3rd generation Mexicans that it will be harder to round up the non-citizens... more delicacy will be required. But the Tejanos and Texicans won't come out in solidarity with the wetbacks, as long as the Stormtrumpers don't violate too many civil liberties.

Blogger TontoBubbaGoldstein February 24, 2016 8:06 PM  

@JimR

5...4...3...2...

Countdown 'til Nate addresses you as "Sugartits", Hoss.

Blogger James Dixon February 24, 2016 8:09 PM  

And yeah, that's only the history of his comments, but it's a good start.

Blogger JimR February 24, 2016 8:10 PM  

@156 James Dixon

Yeah, seen that one. Where in it does Trump claim he has proof Obama wasn't born in Hawaii?

From the link you posted.
When Cooper asked directly if Trump believed Obama was born in the United States, Trump responded "I don't know."

Doesn't sound like someone who claimed to have proof Obama wasn't born in Hawaii to me.

Blogger JimR February 24, 2016 8:12 PM  

@158 TontoBubbaGoldstein

meh

Anonymous WaterBoy February 24, 2016 8:19 PM  

ray: " Yee + ikes tho, Pastor Matt has the Full Hipster Cosplay going on!"

Just another Millenial Hipster Christian?

Anonymous Takin' a Look February 24, 2016 8:23 PM  

Hmm, BGKB.

Nate must've got the best of the best. The IKAGO Negros. They are all Tommy Sotomayors and Pastor Mannings there.

Sorry Nate, we got the other 80% in our Yankee and Cowboy lands. The dindus unleashed. I'm totally cool with returning every last one back to the Land "of cotton" and 3/5ths of a man compromise." You faggoty-assed greedy pieces of shit Southrons. You actually wanted your cake and eat it too. You wanted your antique farm equipment, your bipedal farm animals counted the same as FUCKIN' FREEMEN in your censuses. You nasty-assed greedy Old Dominion and Sephardic Jews can go fuck yourselves.

Blogger buzzardist February 24, 2016 8:32 PM  

Walsh often has decent things to say, but his strident opposition to Trump is revealing his blinders. Walsh still thinks, as many conservatives have over the past 30 or so years, that the GOP is the best bet for their interests. Walsh identified Trump early as an un-Christian, untrustworthy hypocrite who would not represent conservatives interests on many important issues. This is quite possibly--even probably--true. Trump may well not cut the size of government. He might use the force of government to destroy a lot of liberties. These are all very real possibilities with Trump.

What Walsh doesn't realize in his ideological opposition to Trump is that all of those charges and more are empirically true of establishment GOP candidates. The GOP establishment has a proven track record of lying and failing on the budget, on abortion, on immigration, on liberties, and on a host of other issues. The 50-50 chance that Trump will be a disaster for conservative values versus the 100 percent change that the GOP establishment will screw over conservatives...gee, which should we choose?

Walsh apparently still wants to bend over for the GOP. He still has hope for the party. He still believes that the GOP establishment will sometimes defend his values. They won't, and Walsh remains so blind to this that he's sunk into unglued hissy fits every time Trump wins.

Leave it to Vox to see Walsh's posture and take advantage.

Blogger Lovekraft February 24, 2016 8:32 PM  

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/02/24/rotherham-abuse-trial-six-guilty-of-child-sex-offences/

Putting things in perspective for Mr Walsh

Blogger Dire Badger February 24, 2016 8:38 PM  

Actually, to answer the blaze article (I refuse to give them my info)

It's very simple- Pascal's wager.

Every candidate (unfortunately including reagan to a certain extent) for the last 70 years ago has lied to us.
Every president has pushed the overton window to the left.
Every president has sold out the American people for personal power or financial gain.
Every presidential candidate has made a big show of being for the american people, but has instead caved to international interests, corporate interests, or an ideology that has idealized socialism, globalism, or the interests of elites over the middle class.

In Fact, career politicians are so corrupt that it has literally been a meme for thousands of years."How can you tell a politician is lying? His lips are moving. God save the king, because The devil's already got a place set up for him. What do you call a thousand politicians under a backhoe? a good start. In a mature society, public servant is functionally equivalent to public master."

Business owners, managers, and even the classic 'contractor corruption' is in fact relatively hit or miss... many of their sins can be readily understood when you consider that the people they work with, and for, are utterly corrupt. In short, a builder like Trump is is quite likely to be opportunistic... corrupt when neccessary, honest when possible. And that dichotomy, that nebulous area, is where people become willing to trust. We KNOW every politician ever born is corrupt... but we can hope that whatever dishonesty Trump chooses to use is truly in support of US.

Hopefully if he's a bad guy...he is OUR bad guy.


The Wager is such:
If he is a corrupt leftist- He is exactly the same as our experience has taught us that every single other politician, even the ones that were supposedly on our side, have proven to be. No plus or minus

If he is a corrupt nationalist- He's a bad guy, but at least he's a bad guy that is on OUR side. Plus one.

If he is an honest leftist- We will know exactly where we stand. His transparency will allow us to prepare for the horrors that we know are coming our way, and who knows? His violations might get him tossed out before he can add too much more damage. Plus one.

If he is an honest or even opportunistic nationalist- The ideal situation, which with Trump MAY be possible, especially since he has made it clear that he sees an angle to benefit himself by benefitting us. Plus two.

So, there's a 25% chance nothing worse will happen if we elect Trump. There's a 75% chance we will be electing a net positive, a 50% chance that we might shift the overton window slightly to the right and give ourselves more time to prepare before economic catastrophe, and a 25% chance the we may actually be able to salvage some sort of nation.

Statistically, that means that Trump is by far the best candidate for the country, and those who bitch about Him 'not being a conservative' and vowing to vote independent if he wins the primary are, frankly, complete idiots.

Anonymous Jacopo February 24, 2016 8:45 PM  

He is a histrionic version of Rod Dreher with similar problem glasses. At least Rod isn't white-knighting for H1B Cruz.

Anonymous Takin' a Look February 24, 2016 8:54 PM  

:-) Dire Bagder

BGKB put it very simple:

Trump fucks over the White Working Class Armed Class; he will -wish- he got a pillow-death like Scalia. We'll extinguish his genetic line too.

Anonymous GreyS February 24, 2016 8:56 PM  

coming back down from TN mostly

They must have poofed from the Volunteer State. Weird how they didn't just go back to Mexico when they decided they didn't want to be Tennesseans.

Blogger praetorian February 24, 2016 9:05 PM  

http://www.businessinsider.com/donald-trump-birther-obama-born-us-2015-7

"Don't really know" =/= "claimed to have proof"

Can you help me google, Nate?

https://www.google.com/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#safe=active&q=trump+obama+birth+certificate

Anonymous Bosch February 24, 2016 9:13 PM  

I had a lot of Gamma Friends growing up, borne out of my mother’s guilt tripping for me to ‘be nice’ to people. It took until my later teen years to finally accept Social Outcasts are damaged, bitter people due to their own behaviour.

Walsh’s rant is the most embarrassing Textbook Gamma Spergout I've ever seen, and I once saw a teenage associate physically 'correct' a girl's brutal 'I only like you as a friend and friends is all we'll ever be' rejection note with blue pen and proudly show it to me as evidence she was 'totally into him'.

The blog post is basically the Narcissistic Rage version of "Why is that hot girl dating that dumb jock and not me, when I'm so obviously his intellectual superior?", but at the stage when his resentment has finally shifted from him for possessing her to the girl herself for her refusal to behave exactly as he demands, in standard ‘be my Good Little Dolly' fashion.

There seems to be nothing they loathe more than their inability to control women, which is why they end as such vocal male feminists. I suspect it’s a form of ego protection: they need to publicly vocalise their subjugation to a stronger woman to show it is not evidence of their masculine weakness, but their own personal decision.

I remember a loser kid bragging to me he could ‘fly like Superman’ in school.

“Prove it,” I said.

He looked down his nose at me. “I don’t feel like it.”

Gammas gonna gamma. Functionally, they never move beyond this stage.

Anonymous GreyS February 24, 2016 9:18 PM  

@166

That, and more. The politicians and the media think it's about Trump but it's not. It's about where we are as a people and what we think of the Machine at this point.

If Trump ends up being a fraud or a capitulator or they take him out or make him fail-- we aren't losing much anyway. The biggest thing is: What/Who comes NEXT? Imagine the anger and frustration across the country at that point.

It's all blowing up now-- people just don't believe in the whole charade anymore-- the politicians, the media, the government, the ThoughtPolice etc etc.

Blogger Tom K. February 24, 2016 9:32 PM  

It was ridiculous nonsense!

Telling us if we like the way Trump tells the truth, we have to also like HIS truth telling???

How is that rational? And then to base your whole article on that? Looney.

Blogger Tom K. February 24, 2016 9:50 PM  

When "he" called "me" a liar, I didn't even process it. It never blipoed on my radar.

Assuming a conversation with your readers can be a dangerous game. When you're wrong it kicks them out if their reading trance. Very irritating.

Blogger SciVo February 24, 2016 10:17 PM  

Personally, I think you’re lying, and I’m going to test my theory. In fact, I believe I’ve already proven my theory because you’re now offended that I called you a liar. But Trump has called half of the Earth’s population a liar at some point over the past seven months, and you loved every second of it.

I'm embarrassed for him. Anyone who has been following this cycle should've noticed that Trump only insults his own competitors (such as politicians and media) and his customers' competitors.

So who does Walsh insult? Potential eyeball-products to sell to his paying customers. Idiot.

Blogger Ceasar February 24, 2016 10:20 PM  

"but you’ve never respected my harsh words". Why would I? I know I am right, you are wrong.. Its that simple. My life does not evolve around comforting cucks like you. Am I supposed to feel guilty about this? If you do not like Trump then don't vote for him. That is it. You telling me how butt hurt you feel about others not agreeing with you means nothing to me or most other Trump supporters. Get on with you life, get on with your gerbils and PVC pipe experiments. I really don't give a shit. Fuckin retard.

Anonymous zen0 the Ephemeral February 24, 2016 10:51 PM  

Is Trump another Hitler ? Maybe. But things are so far down the tubes I really don't care any more.

How many Brown Shirts does he have?

Blogger Sevron February 24, 2016 10:55 PM  

Can you help me google, Nate?

Don't worry, I'm sure Nate will be back around to call you sugartits or remind you that he was pecking away at a keyboard attached to a computer that was connected to the Internet at this blog for ever and ever and that somehow means that his as-of-yet baseless assertion that Trump claimed to have proof about Obama's birth certificate because obviously 1+1=potato.

Blogger Student in Blue February 24, 2016 11:40 PM  

@Nate
You're asking for proof of something is easily verifiable. Google it. There are countless stories about trump's claims about sending people to hawaii and what they found.

I literally googled "Trump claimed to have proof Obama was not born in Hawaii." and could not find what you were talking about.

Blogger bob k. mando February 24, 2016 11:54 PM  

178. Student in Blue February 24, 2016 11:40 PM
I literally googled



well clearly, google is hiding the results.

to make Nate look bad.

*wink*

Blogger JimR February 25, 2016 12:04 AM  

@179 bob k. mando

yeah, that must be the case. Otherwise, it'd be Nate gassing from the wrong sphincter. Couldn't possibly be that.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 25, 2016 12:16 AM  

@133 Nate

Then I moved to Alabama and the first few years there were tons of mexicans.

The literally over night they all disappeared.
---

Same thing happened in GA a few years back. There are still some here and there, but nowhere near the teeming masses that used to be in front of Home Depot every day.

I've relocated to the homeland, so I'll poke around up here and see if there are any in this area of AL.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 25, 2016 12:18 AM  

@136 Fred

b) He makes me laugh my ass off for a lot of different reasons.

Is Trump another Hitler ? Maybe. But things are so far down the tubes I really don't care any more.
---

Trump the Humor Hitler :P

Anonymous VFM #6306 February 25, 2016 12:20 AM  

So this Walsh, "a Professional Truth Sayer"...this means he lies for free?

Anonymous Charlie Martel February 25, 2016 12:26 AM  

@171Walsh’s rant is the most embarrassing Textbook Gamma Spergout I've ever seen, and I once saw a teenage associate physically 'correct' a girl's brutal 'I only like you as a friend and friends is all we'll ever be' rejection note with blue pen and proudly show it to me as evidence she was 'totally into him'.

That certainly beats the male feminist who showed me his frequent flier card from the escort agency.

Blogger Were-Puppy February 25, 2016 12:35 AM  

I one time met this guy claimed he was a feminist. One of the bigger dbags I've ever met in real life. He must have been a Gamma too.

Anonymous Instasetting February 25, 2016 12:36 AM  

Angry? I've been slammed and screamed at by all sorts of mopes who want me to carry their water for them.

Closer to a proper reaction is Drusilla from Buffy...."Bored now. Can we eat him?"

Blogger WhiskeyPreacher February 25, 2016 12:49 AM  

Reasons why Donald Trump did not say he sent people to Hawaii, had a certificate, or any similar claim.

We haven't heard about it. We've heard quite a bit about his Birther claims: one of the most popular shots aimed at him. If in a year of increasingly frantic and bipartisan attempts to take him down with everything, including outright lies, if an article, video, or even witness to such a statement exists, we'd hear it every day along with "Racistsexisthomophobicharidomoronhaterislamophobe."

For this statement to be true, the *media would have to be bad at smearing people.*

Why do I trust Trump? I presume that "everyone who has worked with or known him reports him to be a good man" won't fly?

Fine.

Trump is probably not a true clinical narcissist. But in common parlance? Yeah, kinda.

Trump is driven by winning and success. Going broke didn't bother him- but if he had to take a hundred million dollars a year to sit in the sun, he'd go nuts.

And he likes his name on stuff. Branson has "Virgin". Buffet has "Berkshire Hathaway". There's a little hair of distance between Richard Branson the man and Virgin the company.

There's nothing between Trump and his work. His name- on ties and buildings and books and TV shows and everything else. He's lost his money, but his name has always been good.

So D. TRUMP walks into the white house- and bends everyone over to screw them. Even just doesn't make a real fight on immigration.

The name is dead. "Trump" would mean traitor, and even the left doesn't love a traitor. His children's word will be called into question. His grandchildren's word will be called into question. His billionaire pals may be pissed now; but they won't look at him then, not even the SJWs.

Everything- 50 years of work. A name that's gold and quality from here to Beijing and back the long way. His family. His books.In the history books as "That stinking traitor that sold real estate beforehand."

Leave aside that I trust Trump as a man that I think is an honest one. The sort of man that Trump is could NOT act like that. If Trump wanted to run Democrat ideals, he'd have taken all his money and power and connections and anger to Bernie's platform. And they'd worship him: imagine that wit turned on the GOP from the other side. Imagine that charisma driving the idea of free college, or healthcare. Imagine that instead of insulting Megan Kelly as a Republican, he'd done it in front of a big blue D.

Trump's billionaire status and fame and ego isn't a drawback. It's an insurance policy.

Anonymous clay February 25, 2016 1:00 AM  

I can't help myself....

You piece of crap, dick sucking bastard...I sincerely hope you and your entire progeny....find a violent place out of this reckoning.

Anonymous NotGKChesterton February 25, 2016 1:33 AM  

I'd like to see Walsh with a smaller platform. His content is in several veins poisonous to the church. Helping others deal with the vitriol is tiresome.

Blogger Neanderserk February 25, 2016 1:46 AM  

Amen Whiskey.

Blogger Wes February 25, 2016 2:16 AM  

Why isn't Walsh going after Rubio with the same level of vitriol? Rubio campaigned as a tea party conservative. After his election, he betrayed the people who voted him into office and fell all over himself working for the Democrats' agenda of amnesty for illegal aliens.

Rubio's a wolf-in-sheep's-clothing if there ever was one, yet Walsh sends out tweet after tweet about the evils of Trump.

It sounds like personal animosity toward Trump motivates Walsh more than concern about corruption in politics.

Blogger Tom K. February 25, 2016 4:02 AM  

When "he" called "me" a liar, I didn't even process it. It never blipoed on my radar.

Assuming a conversation with your readers can be a dangerous game. When you're wrong it kicks them out if their reading trance. Very irritating.

Blogger Shimshon February 25, 2016 5:04 AM  

Vox, thanks for reading Walsh's gamma tour de force so I don't have. Your take down of Walsh is epic.

Nate, I do remember Trump's questioning of Obama's birthplace, but not anything about claiming to have proof of same.

Blogger James Dixon February 25, 2016 6:03 AM  

Re, Trump's proof: I can't find any place where Trump stated absolutely he had proof. The closest I can find is his quotes on the Today show interview. From Salon:

In the “Today” show interview, Trump said, “I have people that actually have been studying it and they cannot believe what they’re finding.”

That's pretty close, but not an absolute statement.

Blogger Doutor Machista February 25, 2016 7:33 AM  

I still don't understand why Matt hates Trump so much. Matt did a good job when talking about Planned Parenthood vídeos, but now . . . . he seems to have lost it. So sad.

Blogger Doutor Machista February 25, 2016 7:34 AM  

I still don't understand why Matt hates Trump so much. Matt did a good job when talking about Planned Parenthood vídeos, but now . . . . he seems to have lost it. So sad.

Blogger Gaiseric February 25, 2016 8:20 AM  

I love the latest from Glenn Beck on Facebook today as an image. "For 7 years Americans have complained about how Obama has 'divided' this nation...

Yet In [sic] 8 short months, Donald Trump has managed to literally turn the entire country into one massive cesspool of hatred, bigotry, racism, harassment, threats of physical harm, theats [sic] of financial ruin, blackmail, voter fraud, name-calling, lies/deception, relentless taunting...

Friends turning on friends...
Family turning on family...
Spouses turning on spouses...
Siblings turning on siblings...
Christians turning on Christians...
Christians turning on God...

Donald Trump isn't making America Great Again, he has already destroyed every single thread of hope we had."

Blogger Student in Blue February 25, 2016 8:27 AM  

I still don't understand why Matt hates Trump so much. Matt did a good job when talking about Planned Parenthood vídeos, but now . . . . he seems to have lost it. So sad.

Have you never seen jealousy?

It wrecks Matt's entire understanding of the world that such a brash guy gets the chicks and the fame - and isn't crashing and burning. That's almost an instinctual level of dislike for Trump right there.

Blogger CM February 25, 2016 8:28 AM  

@Gaiseric,

Irony is its the anti-Trumps that have largely led that crusade.

While the last point is highly subjective, its the anti-trumpers screaming "Racists! Bigots! Hater Hater!" at friends and family who have resulted in separations.

It is republicans against Trump who have contemplated stealing an election. And the only threat of violence I have heard is over-exaggerated concerns of genocide of hispanics from anti-trumpers.

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