Nov 14, 201603:58 PMBlaska's Bring It!
with David Blaska
Trump mugged the smug, part #1
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We, the politically incorrect, snort our mean guffaws at the little buttercups retreating to their safe spaces at the same progressive universities that disinvite Condi Rice. The joke is that the latest class of victims doesn’t even know that is WHY Trump won.
“If you want to know why Trump won, just look at the response to his winning,” writes Brendan O’Neill in the (British) Spectator.
Case in point, the New York Times Hillary backer (pardon the redundancy) who woke up Wednesday morning and burst into tears “not a genteel trickle but a great heaving burst, zero to fire hose.”
“We have proof, in exit polls, that white women will pawn their humanity for the safety of white supremacy,” the poor dear bleats.
The Spectator’s O’Neill is agog at the woman’s “lofty contempt for ‘low information’ Americans.”
The barely concealed disgust for the rednecks and cretins of ‘flyover’ America who are apparently racist and misogynistic and homophobic. … The suggestion that American women, more than 40% of whom are thought to have voted for Trump, suffer from internalized misogyny: that is, they don’t know their own minds, the poor dears.”
Quote of the day — “America died on Nov. 8, 2016, not with a bang or a whimper, but at its own hand via electoral suicide.” — Bill Moyers, former PBS liberal scold.
Only in Madison — can a symposium called “The Trump Presidency and What it Means for Wisconsin & America” be billed as a “non-partisan, post-election analysis and public affairs summit.” Your non-partisan line-up: Steve Arnold, Progressive Dane mayor of Fitchburg; Black Lives Matter’s Brandi Grayson; former Democrat(ic) Lt. Gov. Barbara Lawton; Frank Humphrey of the NAACP; and — here’s your token Republican: Dale Schultz! Your non-partisan host: Madison police nemesis Nino Amato! Tuesday Nov. 15, at Olbrich Gardens.
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