Trump Disbands Business Advisory Groups After More Resignations, Presidents Bush Release Statement on Charlottesville, Taylor Swift Urged to Denounce Neo-Nazi Admirers: P.M. Links

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  • Eva Rinaldi

    More CEOs resigned in the wake of President Trump's post-Charlottesville comments, and the president said he was disbanding his White House business advisory groups.

  • George H.W. and George W. Bush released a joint statement in the wake of Charlottesville, calling on Americans to reject "racial bigotry, anti-Semitism, and hatred in all forms."
  • A tweet by Barack Obama in response to Charlottesville has become the most liked tweet ever.
  • Human rights experts at the United Nations urged the U.S. to investigate and prosecute hate crimes and hate speech.
  • A memorial service was held for Heather Heyer in Charlottesville, where she was killed in a vehicular attack.
  • "It's time for Taylor Swift to denounce her neo-Nazi admirers."
  • Another Game of Thrones episode was leaked, this time after HBO in Spain mistakenly aired it.

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  1. …the president said he was disbanding his White House business advisory groups.

    And the size of government just gets smaller!

    1. Hello.

      Those CEO’s were over paid anyway.

    2. 2 fewer venues for rent seeking. Winning!

  2. …calling on Americans to reject “racial bigotry, anti-Semitism, and hatred in all forms.

    In the goes without saying category.

    1. Except the president apparently.

      1. Except the president apparently.

        Sure, if you just ignore reality.

      2. If you don’t expressly come out against malaria and disavow all mosquitos, I have to assume you are pro-malaria

      3. Wait, did Trump make a statement supporting the neo Nazis?

        1. No. Its just TDS all the way down.

  3. A tweet by Barack Obama in response to Charlottesville has become the most liked tweet ever.

    You can never go wrong using kids as props.

    1. That Moslem mass murderer has miscegenation on his mind.

    2. Yahoo just loves that dude.

    3. Barack learned all about akidprop from Saul Alinsky

  4. Human rights experts at the United Nations urged the U.S. to investigate and prosecute hate crimes and hate speech.

    And also not to let the blue helmets rape too many indigenous?

    1. What’s the consequence of violating international law?

      1. I fear for the sanctity of the Global First Amendment.

      2. International prison?

      3. International notoriety.

  5. Trump Removed the White House’s Capital Bikeshare Station

    As Capital Bikeshare grew bigger and more widespread over the past seven years, there was always one station the vast majority of users could never access: a nine-slot dock inside the White House’s security perimeter. The station, located at 17th Street and State Place, was visible to the eye when it was installed in 2010, but did not appear on any system map, making Capital Bikeshare’s smallest station an unofficial “secret” location.

    But on Tuesday, Twitter user Gregory Matlesky passed by the White House and noticed the station not there.

    IMPEACH!

    1. Apropos

      The city’s agreement with Citi Bike says it has “exclusive rights” to operate bike sharing in its “program area”. […] “We can’t just have it be the Wild West where companies just come and do whatever they want,” countered DOT Commissioner Diane Moon Glompers.

      No, we can only have crony companies approved by our betters.

      1. The Wild West was most noted for the prevelance of bike sharing companies.

      2. Diane Moon Glompers

        c’mon.

        1. Has Diane’s Moon been glomped recently?

  6. If Taylor Swift is an example of a “pure Aryan Goddess” then my love of Mexican women becomes even further validated.

    1. You are now amigos with Fred Reed.

      1. I basically like all non-white non-asian women honestly.

        1. dishonestly like the others?

          1. Yes, because I have a reputation to maintain that I love all women.

        2. What about those woman who identify as non-white non-Asian – such as Rachel Dolezal?

          1. I demand blood work from all women to have explicit confirmation of their genetic backgrounds. The science has advanced and we can do these complex engineering tasks easier than ever, might as well use it for dating.

        3. Too bad. Among humans for grip, the Chinese have no peer. In all of nature, the python is its only rival, though few have lived to tell the tale.

      1. All I’m saying is that certain races and ethnicities are less attractive than others and that this is due to inborn genetic traits.

        1. Replace a few words here and you have the pedophiliacs defense.

          1. Is that someone who if you cut they have a hard time getting children to stop coming out of him?

            1. God, I hope not.

    2. It’s not enough that you’re woke anymore.
      You also have to disavow anyone who happens to like your music who isn’t equally woke.

  7. “A tweet by Barack Obama in response to Charlottesville has become the most liked tweet ever.”

    Who gives a fuck about this vapid stupidity

    1. A lot of people apparently. Everyone likes vague aphorisms though. So his Mandela quote fits the bill.

      1. No you fucking retard, not his tweet. Who gives a fuck how often it was liked.

        1. And I was saying many people seem to give a fuck about this vapid stupidity.

    2. 3 million people looks like!

    3. “most liked tweet ever.”

      It’s ‘evah’, idiot.

  8. “It’s time for Taylor Swift to denounce her neo-Nazi admirers.”

    In fact, lets all take this moment to formally disavow our skinhead fans.

    1. I read the whole article trying to figure out if it was serious SJW journalism or a cracked-style sarcastic piece. I still can’t figure it out.

  9. But Swift’s delicate house of vaguely feminist aphorisms and carefully posed lady-Instagrams came tumbling down last summer, when Kim Kardashian outed Swift on Snapchat. The details of that social media checkmate?Swift condemned Kanye’s lyrics, harnessed this victimhood for her public image, was thwarted by leaked footage of Kanye running the track by her in the studio and then reduced to a Notes app statement?are already the stuff of legend. It was the “Kim you’re doing amazing sweetie” heard ’round the world. Unexpectedly pushed into an abyss of unlikability and overexposure, Swift quickly went into crisis/self-imposed exile mode: R.I.P. Hiddleswift, highly publicized squad parties, post-workout crab walks, and the days of underestimating Mrs. Kim Kardashian West.

    I have no idea what this means, and you should be ashamed of yourself if you do.

    1. I feel dumber for having read it.

      1. triggered by at least 78 of those words.

    2. The real Newspeak

    3. Swift > Kardashian, no contest.

  10. Another Game of Thrones episode was leaked, this time after HBO in Spain mistakenly aired it

    I’ve somehow avoided all spoilers. I mean to keep it that way O.o

    1. The problem is the assholes who upload the leaked scenes to youtube, which the site then recommends to me because I like watching the behind the scenes videos. It stinks!

    2. No, no, no. I was on vacation and missed a GOT. Had to avoid the internet until I got home. Good for vacation.

    3. “Another Game of Thrones episode was leaked, this time after HBO in Spain mistakenly aired it”

      Doesn’t seem to fit the definition of “leaked”.

  11. “Barack Obama ? @BarackObama
    “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…”

    Gee, why didn’t he say this while in office?

      1. Who Obama?

        I like to think of him as a nightmare.

        1. No, his statement. “No one is born…” Is that true?

      2. I don’t know. What does “the color of his background” even mean?

        1. O had to choose. Background.

          1. I don’t understand what you wrote there.

            1. O had a choice of identifying with a race. He chose, based on background.

              1. Ah, I thought O was a typo. Didn’t realize it was Obama.

                1. easier than Obozo et al.

        2. It is like “color of law”.

    1. That hatred – you didn’t build that!

    2. “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…”

      (thought bubble:)
      ‘It takes years of indoctrination by Jeremiah Wright, believe me, I should know.’

    3. That is the job of public schools.

  12. Angry White Boys

    What does an angry white boy want? The fact that they get together to play dress-up ? to engage in a large and sometimes murderous game of cowboys and Indians ? may give us our answer. They want to be someone other than who they are. That’s the great irony of identity politics: They seek identity in the tribe because they are failed individuals. They are a chain composed exclusively of weak links. What they are engaged in isn’t politics, but theater: play-acting in the hopes of achieving catharsis. Their online personas ? knights, Vikings, reincarnations of Charles Martel ? will be familiar enough to anybody with a Dungeons and Dragons nerd in his life. But sometimes, role-playing around a card table isn’t enough: Sometimes, you need a stage and an audience. In the theater, actors and audience both can forget ourselves for an hour or two. Under the soft glow of the tiki torches, these angry white boys can be something else ? for a night.

    Williamson nails it.

    1. HitLARPIES.

    2. That’s all group identity. People have a strong need to belong to something. Some of it seems fair to me, particularly the strong tendency of losers to take credit for successful members of their group. I think this underlying question of why people are unable to find a group to belong in is still underdiscussed.

        1. I would definitely say I am lacking in a strong sense of group identity. I don’t have any particular heritage to associate with.

          1. Group Identity will be supplied for you upon arrival at detention camp.

          2. You’re lucky. I’m a white, Protestant, heterosexual male, from the South. With slave-owning ancestors.

            And I’m a libertarian.

          3. Revel in the glory of Cal Worthington.

            1. and his dog spot.

    3. This is why I’d hoped you died in the X-DD debauchery. I knew you’d get here before me to post that.

      What does an angry white boy really want?

      “A girlfriend,” comes the mocking answer, and there’s probably more to that than mockery. The proprietor of one of the nation’s premier websites for neo-Nazi knuckleheads advised his colleagues in Charlottesville that, after the protest ? which included a murder ? “random girls will want to have sex with you.” I ran this proposition past a few random girls, and I suspect that the apfelstrudelf?hrers are going to go home disappointed. There are many shades of white, and Mom’s-basement white is the least popular crayon in the box.

      I have the image of Williamson out in public, like Stossel in Times Square, running this proposition by women on the street.

      1. The proprietor of one of the nation’s premier websites for neo-Nazi knuckleheads advised his colleagues in Charlottesville that, after the protest ? which included a murder ? “random girls will want to have sex with you.”

        No one agrees more than sjws apparently. Girls are powerless against their white male privilege

      2. his is why I’d hoped you died in the X-DD debauchery

        I shall end my reign as Reason’s greatest living commenter if and when I see fit, thank you very much.

        1. Your reign? What about –

          John?
          Tony?
          shriek?
          Gilmore?
          Pro Lib?
          Ole Mex?
          Elemenope?
          Joe?
          Thoreau?
          Epi?
          Warty?
          Kolohe?
          Guy Montag?
          R C Dean?
          The Wine Commonsewer?
          Heroic Mulatto?

          Just to name a few.

          Some Pretty Fucking Maids in a Row, eh?

          1. Reign is a strong word. More bestriding the world like a colossus.

          2. I think the Rock Hudson comparison is apt.

          3. That’s an impressive list of traitors you’ve assembled.

            1. Tony is still loyal to this website and he will be until he dies.
              Also, I think John actually disappeared into the wilderness, I don’t think he betrayed anyone.
              Heroic Mulatto was only ever loyal to gigantic asses so calling him a traitor is silly.

              1. Nah. I’m just still embittered at the defectors. We divide as our enemies strength grows.

                1. I didn’t so much defect as have a brain tumor. I’m still working, but posting regularly is harder to do.

              2. Did I betray something?

                The God’s of non-boring science-fiction novels, Mr. Dune fan.

                1. See, that’s the kind of thing people should riot about, not who killed who. This is supposed to be a happy occasion.

            2. This site is poorer for them leaving. šŸ™

              1. And I’m one of the new posters who took their place. None among us believe this to be a good trade.

                1. Just carve out a niche. Like, I dunno, Planet of the Apes. The Hestonian version.

                  1. Expand your niche to your entire apes franchise, and start trying to explain what was going on in Beneath The Planet of The Apes.

                    1. Or get nicheier and go with the 70s’ series.

                    2. Taylor hated racism in all its forms and blew up the Earth. It also obstructed his view of the Earth in the director’s cut.

                2. LOL @ BUCS

                  I’ve been here for three years but my tiny feet can’t fill the shoes of the intellectual giants listed above. Things were better back then….

                  *Stares into the past*

          4. All Tulpa.

        2. One does not get to choose to be Michael Hihn. The universe just thrusts it upon those unfortunate ones.

        3. at the very least, your links are better

          1. You’ve sworn allegiance to House Crusty!

            Gather your weapon and shield, and meet me behind the smithing shed.

            1. You are about to kneel before thy rightful ruler, King Crusty. *unzips* – Crusty’s 1st sentence behind smithing shed.

              1. I thought buggery happened behind the smithing shed.

    4. to engage in a large and sometimes murderous game of cowboys and Indians ? may give us our answer. They want to be someone other than who they are. That’s the great irony of identity politics: They seek identity in the tribe because they are failed individuals. They are a chain composed exclusively of weak links. What they are engaged in isn’t politics, but theater: play-acting in the hopes of achieving catharsis.

      Ooh! Me next! Me next! Me and my friends played ‘VC Ambush’ growing up… now do us!

    5. They seek identity in the tribe because they are failed individuals.

      This seems to be true of most people that stay in any kind of protest movement for a long time.

  13. Another Game of Thrones episode was leaked, this time after HBO in Spain mistakenly aired it.

    NO REVELE SECRETOS

    1. Huh, I thought all of Spain fell to Los Plagas. Why do they even have TV now?

  14. George H.W. and George W. Bush released a joint statement in the wake of Charlottesville, calling on Americans to reject “racial bigotry, anti-Semitism, and hatred in all forms.”

    We can still hate Nazis, right?

    1. I hate hate!

      1. i love love.

        1. I tolerate tolerance.

          Just barely, though.

          1. Moderation in all things. As long as you don’t take it to extremes.

            1. my efforts to strike perfect moderation collapsed into abject nihilism

              1. The only thing we have to hate is hate itself!

    2. Love the Nazi; hate the Naziism.

    3. Dems: Remember when the GOP wasn’t as crazy? They plunged third world countries into oblivion but at least they didn’t say mean things about the people there

      1. Hey, Romney gave a dude’s wife cancer.

        Republicans are ALL Nazis.

        It’s entertaining to watch Republicans play this game…as if these same antifa goons would do to them what Hodgkinson did to their colleagues.

  15. What happened to Swift was horrible and, as her suit stresses, against her will. But how the pop star chose to present herself in court worked completely to her advantage

    That Aryan little tart used her feminine charm to seduce the jury into believing her.

    1. Then gave all the money she won from the trial to charity, I believe.

      Hang her.

      1. I thought she was counter-suing for a dollar. I hope when she donated it to charity, she used one of those giant-sized checks.

        1. I do recall seeing something about $1 — I couldn’t give a T-Swift article more than a passing skim.

          1. i think the dude’s not paying in protest

  16. Can we get something straight here? Not forcing someone to stop talking is not an endorsement of their message. Saying so is as stupid as saying that not giving is taking.

    And fuck the skinheads and their retarded message, but if you use force to shut them up then they are being repressed. Allowing them to speak isn’t an endorsement of their message. It’s a hope that everyone will see how retarded the message is and reject it.

    Having principles can be tough. It means letting assholes talk when you really wish they would shut up. It means telling your friends when they’re being stupid but not stopping them from being stupid. It means sticking up for the rights of assholes to be assholes. It means sticking up for people you hate even when they’re doing something you hate if it doesn’t violate the principle.

    Sweet merciful fuck, why is this so hard for some people?

    1. Because principle and consistency are not their end goal.

    2. Suppressing ideas is easy, arguing against them is hard. Doing the former doesn’t make them go away, and probably has the opposite effect of emboldening.

      The question I have is, do people really not understand this? Or, do they understand, but are indulging in emotional reactions to shout down/punch in the face and feel good?

      1. Suppressing ideas is easy, arguing against them is hard.

        Yep.

      2. Suppressing the expression of ideas is particularly appealing to the left because, whenever the proponents of non-left ideas resist their suppression, the left can justify more suppression up to and including the elimination of proponents of such ideas. Removing the politically incorrect — creating the new soviet man so to speak — is really essential to perfecting a socialist society.

        Note that the left does not advocate for socialism nearly as strongly as it condemns and seeks to suppress its opponents. And you can bet that the left does not distinguish between genuine libertarians and the alt-right. However, the left will tolerate fellow-traveling cosmotarians as long as they serve as useful idiots.

    3. They only care about their own feelings and don’t give two actual fucks about people.

    4. Dumb people are the majority.

      1. Selfish and petty also rank high.

    5. Nazis marched in Skokie. Illinois Nazis. Back in a time when we cared about being free more than we cared about not being offended.

      Toughen up, America. Live up to the ideals of a free republic, not down to the random whims of the mob.

      1. Good to see that you are still here my Floridian friend.

        1. Dying of something that John McCain also has is not an option.

          1. go get ’em. fuck tumors.

            1. About to hit two years since diagnosis. In honor of that, there is going to be a total eclipse of Sol.

              1. Stay strong, brother.

          2. Good luck. We’re all counting on you.

            1. I’m opposed to death.

              Someday, I’ll tell you guys the one about me being awake while they were cutting out the tumor.

              1. Ahh, it’s all in your head.

                1. Indeed! Lo Pan voice off.

    6. The most effective tool we have against racism is simply not finding it socially acceptable. We made gigantic, monumental strides over the past few decades due in large part to that change in cultural attitudes among most of the population

      I think perhaps the anonymity of the internet has partially reversed that effect now, but it may also be the extremely loose definition of “racist” that the left has adopted. Surely College Republicans are losing members to Pepe the Frog after they’re being called racist for the crime of not supporting Obama

      1. This and blowback from the blantantly racist anti-racism that is being adopted by the left.

        I have a hard time coming to grips with the fact that your average run-of-the-mill conservative would actually align themselves with LITERAL neo-nazis and LITERAL KKK members. I think that you had a large portion of the Republican constituency that never subscribed to the constituational conservative federation of ideologies (I don’t call it an Ideology because it is riddled with inconsistencies) and were always ‘good ole boys’ that couldn’t palate the Democrats. They were without principles at all (or forsake their principles o fit in) and latched on hard to the new Alt-right craze.

        I was cautiously hopeful at the start of this presidency and it’s obvious that things are shakier than they ever were. We can only hope that Trump doesn’t get re-elected but shudder to imagine who would replace him.

  17. No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…

    “No one is born loving another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…”

    “No one is born tolerating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…”

    1. When I was born the doctor slapped me. You better believe he had a Jew name.

    2. Hopefully a Kardashian will tweet something equally empty soon and take back the crown.

      1. The golden rule of the internet: tweet others as you would like to be tweeted.

    3. Uh, right? It needs to be taught?

  18. Human rights experts at the United Nations urged the U.S. to investigate and prosecute hate crimes and hate speech.

    What’s their stance on stoning gays to death in a desert?

    1. What’s in your wallet?

    2. Please don’t bring Arizona into this.

  19. A tweet by Barack Obama in response to Charlottesville has become the most liked tweet ever.

    what kind of treats do bots earn?

  20. Amy Zimmerman, jealous AF.

    1. And she don’t swing like Ryan Zimmerman.

  21. PTA DISBANDS! NO!

    1. the fingers thing means “the taxes”.

  22. “It’s time for Taylor Swift to denounce her neo-Nazi admirers.”

    Oh, FFS! “I neither want nor need your perverse admiration.”

  23. Little did we know, T-Swift originally called the track “Bad Blood and Soil”

  24. A tweet by Barack Obama in response to Charlottesville has become the most liked tweet ever.

    The fawning over this man is disgusting. And there’s also one or two fawning movies about him I’ve had the displeasure of seeing the trailers to. I really don’t get this deification of politicians and I find it quite dangerous.

    Also, the affirmative action president strikes again by tweeting a quote by someone else and getting adoration for it.

    1. Whenever Obama is brought up in conversation, if I haven’t bailed out of disgust, I like seeing how uncomfortable progs get when I say Obama’s greatest legacy is the drone war

      The man is literally a murderer and deserves to be remembered as such, like most presidents, but instead his legacy will be making “us” (i.e. one side of the aisle) all feel better about themselves

      1. That and he assumed the authority to kill american citizens without trial. The man is a scumbag. I once mentioned to my lefty gf’s lefty family that our military involvement in the middle-east increased greatly under Barry to demonstrate that he was every bit the warmonger of his successor. I got blank stares and then they basically ignored it.

        1. Bush remains the gold standard for catastrophic foreign policy, but Obama singlehandedly eliminated antiwar sentiment among the Democratic party and created a second War Party. Couple that with the lingering neocon bloodthirst of much of the GOP and Obama’s greatest accomplishment will be paving the way for eternal war

          1. but Obama singlehandedly eliminated antiwar sentiment among the Democratic party and created a second War Party.

            They were always the war party. Looking back over the past 100 yrs it’s been mostly team blue getting us involved in foreign conflict. That changed with the Bushes. But the first thing here is what is most interesting. One of the first thoughts I had when Trump won was: “oh, good, democrats can be ‘anti-war’ again.”.

            1. Ok fair enough, the Blues have been as bloodthirsty as anyone if you look back and the “neo” part of neocon represented a party switch (God the neocons are still such Marxists at heart)

              But the Democratic party of 2004-2008, which is a time I focus on because it’s when I was growing up and started to make them my tribal affiliation, made a lot of antiwar noise even if the politicians themselves weren’t really buying into it. Criticizing Bush’s wars was central to being a Democrat. There was nothing else that mattered other than gay marriage. Of course now we know that they were more angry about the “Bush” part than the “wars” part

          2. Obama’s foreign policy led to the entire global refugee crisis. Bush cannot hope to touch that.

            1. LBJ and Obama are the only presidents which had the USA involved in armed conflict during their entire presidency.

  25. ‘Anti-fascist’ women turned away from Charlottesville memorial service

    Four women brought pink baseball bats and purple shields to Wednesday’s memorial for slain anti-racist protester Heather Heyer ? until cops told them they were “scaring people.”
    The women lined up outside the Paramount Theater in Charlottesville, Va., more than an hour before the scheduled 11 a.m. start of Heyer’s memorial service, standing with their hands clasped behind them and their homemade weaponry arrayed on the ground.

    We have a nerd problem in this country.

    1. Pink Panthers?

      1. Seriously, this is what happens when you try to outlaw bullying – the Omega Mu’s take over.

        BRING BACK STAN GABLE!

        1. tore his achilles on Battle of the Network Stars last week. looked painful.

          1. THEN GET GABE KAPLAN OR ROBERT CONRAD TO SAVE US

            1. Hell, I’d settle for William Conrad.

              For you youngsters:
              https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Conrad

              1. *phone rings*

                William Conrad: Hello

                Agent: Hey William, they want you for a new series called Jake and The Fatman.

                You aren’t Jake.

                1. I’ll never forget him as Cannon, driving around in that Lincoln Mk IV. Especially that episode where he wore a wet suit (this was in the days before eye bleach.)

              2. He was the radio Matt Dillon on Gunsmoke. First time I heard it, few many times in fact, every time he spoke I cold only think of a fat tubby marshall waddling down the street. But his voice is superb for the role, once you get past the Cannon image.

    2. But that’s impossible. It would imply people on the left are ostracizing violent extremists, when I’ve been assured that they’re every bit as violent as the Nazis.

      1. Cops later took the woman aside, with one saying: “You are scaring people. We want a peaceful memorial service. Would you please leave the bats and shields in the car?”

        Cops are leftists? I knew it!

    3. brought bats to a memorial; yeah, no violent tenancies there…

      1. And shields, helmets, and titty sweat, for protection. They are just like the leftist alt right Nazis!

      2. Pretty fucking classless. I don’t respect any of these violence intoxicated losers. I’m pointing there nearest ISIS bomber towards Charlottesville, finally blow up something worthwhile….

        *cough* Confederate statues is obv what I’m talking about.

        [assumes virtue signal posture: one hand shading the eyes, the other lodged up my own butt]

        1. So I guess a major in Confederate Studies is right out.

  26. “It’s time for Taylor Swift to

    go away?

    1. Don’t you dare, hater.

      1. did i not close the?

  27. Human rights experts at the United Nations urged the U.S. to investigate and prosecute hate crimes and hate speech.

    The “human rights expert” believes in thought-crime.

    1. Because the past few years show that Europe, the only region in the world where at least a few countries are diverse like we are, has completely eliminated racism by making it illegal

      Oh wait no that actually caused a gigantic surge in nationalism

    2. Trump should blow the left’s mind by calling for the U.S. withdrawal from the UN.

  28. calling on Americans to reject “racial bigotry, anti-Semitism, and hatred in all forms.”

    Now watch this drive.

  29. More CEOs resigned in the wake of President Trump’s post-Charlottesville comments, and the president said he was disbanding his White House business advisory groups.

    Both groups had already dissolved themselves earlier in the day. Trump is trying to pull the old “you can’t dump me, because I dumped you first” routine to avoid looking like a loser.

    1. He did this for years. YOU’RE FIRED!!!

  30. More CEOs resigned in the wake of President Trump’s post-Charlottesville comments, and the president said he was disbanding his White House business advisory groups.

    See?! General Cheetoh is disbanding the government and making himself dictator!!! The Trump/Pence Regime Must GO!

  31. The pop superstar is worshipped as an ‘Aryan goddess’ by the white supremacist community. In the wake of Charlottesville, the least she could do is speak out.

    This is the first I’m hearing of this. But anyway it is fucking retarded. It’s like virtue-signaling is the only currency with these people (i.e. progs). Out of curiosity, and if she is an “aryan goddess”, is anyone who has ever, um, “self soothed” at the thought of t-swift automatically a nazi? I’m asking for a friend…

    1. automatically a nazi

      i mean, if she’s dressed, booted and goose-stepping through your fantasies…

  32. hatred in all forms

    What a totally racist thing to say. He really doesn’t care about black people.

  33. It’s time to renounce neo-Marxians.

    Fuck this crap.

  34. I thought Taylor Swift dated a lot of black dudes?

  35. “It’s time for Taylor Swift to denounce her neo-Nazi admirers.”

    Didn’t we learn our lesson in 2008 that it’s not enough to denounce something? You must reject and denounce to prove that you really mean it.

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