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I’m Voting For Hillary Because I Want Trump Supporters To Lose Badly And Go And Fucking Die

A week from now we will (hopefully) know who the next President of the United States will be. And between now and Tuesday everyone reading this will be inundated with an avalanche of information with the dual (and occasionally overlapping) purposes of either informing you of choices others have made or influencing/reinforcing/swaying the decision you haven’t yet made.

This will (mostly) not be that.

Instead, I will tell you about the choice I’ve made, and why I decided to make it.

I imagine it’s not much of a surprise to learn that I plan on voting for Hillary Clinton next week. I haven’t necessarily been #WithHer, but I have been consistently anti-Trump for as long as he’s been a viable candidate. I do not — as many extremely intelligent and thoughtful and progressive people I genuinely respect happen to believe — believe Hillary represents the lesser of two evils. I believe she’s flawed, hawkish, and can be ruthless. And I’m very well aware she’s done her fair share of racial (and racist) dog-whistling. And worse. I also believe she’s competent. In both good and bad ways. I believe she’s insanely qualified for this position. I believe she has grown. Whether that growth is politically motivated or not doesn’t matter much to me. I just care that it exists. And I believe she’s a fucking adult.

But this isn’t why I’m voting for her.

I’m voting for her because I do not want to live in an America where the type of people who’d fervently, dogmatically, and unconditionally support Trump — who exist so motivated by and permeated with hate and fear and loathing that they’d stand in formation behind Darth Cheeto — have a reason to be optimistic about their beliefs. I do not want these people to feel good or inspired. I do not want them to receive some type of collective psychic victory. I do not want them to experience any measure of positive reinforcement. No encouragement. No stir. No rousing. No influx of energy. No invigoration. No revitalization. No nothing besides confusion, shame, and, if the confusion and the shame isn’t enough to convince them to at least consider not hating me and people who look like me and people who don’t look like them, death.

Yes, you read that correctly. I want these motherfuckers to lose. And if losing what might be the last winnable election for them in a millennia isn’t enough for them to move into the 21st century, I wouldn’t terribly mind if they withered the fuck away and died.

I’ll even write them a card. And the card will say “Thank you.”

Damon Young

Damon Young is the editor-in-chief of VSB. He is also a columnist for GQ.com And he's working on a book of essays to be published by Ecco (HarperCollins). Damon is busy. He lives in Pittsburgh, and he really likes pancakes. Reach him at damon@verysmartbrothas.com. Or don't. Whatever.

  • GrownAzzMan

    Man. You summed up almost eveything I feel about this election. I can only say I have a more positive view of Hillary Clinton and what she has already done for this country than you do. On the trump and his supporters stuff? 100!

  • Brooklyn_Bruin

    If i believe one set of polls, Trump is at 20%. Eff em

    But some polls got him at close to even. Almost half the country?

    Eff me.

    • Courtney Wheeler

      Polls have Trump up by one point/tied.

      BUUTTT in 30mins there will be a press conference with women who was allegedly sexually assaulted by Trump so we’ll see.

      • Tambra

        The rape case victim has come forward to be named

        • Courtney Wheeler

          I’ll be watching…

          • Tambra

            Well we already know the response.

        • DownSouth Transplant

          oh Lawwwdddy, damn I hope she got Gloria Allred standing right next to her she good at flame throwing

          • Tambra

            Gloria Allred’s daughter.

          • grownandsexy2

            Gloria Allred brings the fire. lol

        • LMNOP

          Is this the 13 year old one?

          • Tambra

            Yeah.

            • LMNOP

              Damn, poor kid. Hard enough to get raped by a dirty old man, but I think her life is probably about to get even harder.

              If I was her mom, I might set up a “help us leave the country” go fund me.

              • Tambra

                People are falling hard on the issue politically. A female trump supporter has claimed that the assault victims need to grow a pair and stop making an issue of their attack.

                • LMNOP

                  A child needs to “grow a pair” and not make an issue out of being raped? WTF is wrong with some people?

                  • Tambra

                    Partisan politics would often cause reason and empathy to fly out the window.

                • grownandsexy2

                  I wonder how she’d feel if it happened to her. Wonder if she’d have the same sentiments.

              • grownandsexy2

                I heard on the radio this morning that she backed off because she was getting death threats.

      • Cee Hep

        As Trump said, he can go out on 5th ave and shoot someone and his support wouldn’t leave him, so don’t look for their coming out to change too many.

        • Courtney Wheeler

          Yeah. I’m not naive. Just curious.

          • Tambra

            But I am wondering how is it this story is now gaining traction? It was out before the hot mic tape broke.

            • Courtney Wheeler

              Well now the FBI are taking questions as well about the timing of the investigation now so that might impact traction

              • Tambra

                You saw the response of the teenager at the centre of the Weiner case? She was like I don’t know why you gotta make it political to allow that orange clown a chance of winning?

      • Hugh Akston
    • Langtry

      Considering that polling agencies can only call people who have landlines, think of the implications of who they are counting in this seeming tie or edge they are giving Trump over Clinton. Know anyone in the 21st Century who has a landline when they don’t have to? I rest my case.

      • LMNOP

        I got called on a cell phone.

      • Brooklyn_Bruin

        Land lines?

        Old people who vote.

        • grownandsexy2

          That would be me. lol. I have a landline and a cell.

      • Courtney Wheeler

        You bring up an excellent point. Both polls during Obama’s campaigns had him neck and neck or behind..slightly above McCain/Romney….

        But when it was all said and done both Obama wins were legit..he was way ahead then predicted.

    • Tambra

      There is real apathy and disaffection that is fueling the support for Trump. Cracked did a good podcast on it.

      • Brooklyn_Bruin

        If that’s what you want to call it. The Nigerian embassy is stones throw from the office.

        Asylum!

        • Tambra

          I would seriously encourage you to listen to it.

  • Courtney Wheeler
  • Question

    Yea. I was already pretty through. But the newest reports of attempts at voter suppression in urban areas of historically Democratic-leaning cities (e.g. Philadelphia, Cleveland etc.) has me like

    http://31.media.tumblr.com/c05d33f808ffb052da749e0773f345d7/tumblr_mjw1pxSwo11qdzj0yo2_250.gif

    • The voter suppression is the shame of the nation. Everyone who perpetrated this should be tried.

      • Tambra

        Their excuse is that democrats want polling station on every corner and if you are really interested you can go and get the necessary documentations.

        • Question

          I still haven’t heard a valid argument for why this is bad other than the between-the-lines assertion that more Brown people will vote if access to voting is easy…and well, yea.

          • Tambra

            Southern strategy

      • Diego Duarte

        Do you know what happens in Third World nations, on voting day? First off, it’s either a sunday or a declared holiday. Then, everyone upon reaching the age of 18 is issued a federal ID, with which they can vote. Nobody has to register to vote, you just show your ID (which is issued for a period of about 8 years). When you go vote, to your designated polling place, you sign a sheet of paper and leave your fingerprint on it, to show that you voted. Your ID also carries a copy of your fingerprint just in case.

        All of this takes in between 20-30 minutes tops. This is how it’s done (and has been done for the past 30+ years) in Peru, a third world nation. Why, oh why the fck is it so complicated in the USA, unless the supression is ENTIRELY intentional?

        EDIT: Also, voting is mandatory under a penalty of 50 bucks.

        • LMNOP

          Ding, ding, ding! You got it! The suppression is entirely intentional. As the US has been voting, it has been systematically disenfranchising people.

        • Tambra

          In our case, once you are registered for a National Id card at age 18, you are automatically entered on the voting, list. Election day is not necessarily a holiday, but you have to be given time off, heII you do not even have to turn up to work. Once you have finished voting, you have to dip your left index finger in the indelible ink that takes a couple days to wear off, or you can use bleach, but it generally stains the cuticles. So the chance of you voting more than once is unlikely. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/088f0002409e7b576b67d9a7265a9f77afea0a79047a5fef1f0259489eae8209.jpg

          • Diego Duarte

            I’m assuming you don’t mean the US right? Cuz, they’ll be asking you for state issued ID and the like to allow you to vote.

            Also, yeah we also get our finger dipped in ink.

            • Tambra

              No, not the US. Caribbean.

              • Diego Duarte

                Figures. How can us third worlders manage to do elections better than the nation that claims to be the FREEST NATION IN THE ENTIRE WORLD? Odd, huh?

                • Tambra

                  Because according to them we are more prone to rigging. Plus there are usually 2 or 3 teams of international monitoring agents.

                  • Diego Duarte

                    Pfft! When I think back on the amount of receipts that we have in order to dispute and prevent voter fraud, and compare them to those of the US I wonder, out loud, which one of us is the actual third world he11hole.

                  • LMNOP

                    If Trump thinks these elections are going to be rigged maybe he should invite in international monitoring agents. Maybe from Mexico, that’s not too far away.

            • Tambra

              ” Show me your voting finger” is a common slogan.

              • LMNOP

                More effective at preventing repeat voters than our “I voted” stickers.

                I think both would be ideal. It’s nice to get a sticker.

                • Tambra

                  At least for a day “the voting finger” becomes profile pics.

                • Mary Burrell

                  I was like a little kid when I got that stupid sticker it was just that I was glad to get it done with and glad I don’t have to go on November 8th

            • Question

              We don’t in California.

          • Question

            But lets be real: why are you going after voter fraud in places that historically have voted Left in the first place? If someone really wanted to influence an election – wouldn’t it make more sense to do so in swing states, in politically volatile communities where 10-20 extra votes in one direction actually have the chance to influence something, not Philadelphia or Cleveland that bleed Blue??

            • LMNOP

              Both Pennsylvania and Ohio are swing states, hence going after blue areas in those states.

              • Question

                I get that – but voter suppression in urban Cleveland or urban Philly isn’t going to influence the outcome of Cleveland or Philly. If anything, wouldn’t it make more sense to go and try and suppress in areas that are more “toss-ups”, where 50(,000) fraudulent ballots might actually matter?

                • LMNOP

                  Hmm, I think I need to brush up on how voting works. Is it that each smaller district votes and counts as either blue or red and whoever gets the most districts wins the state? Or is it based on total votes in the state?

                  If it’s district by district than yes, this is a stupid strategy, but stupidity has been a driving force in this election, so there’s that.

                  • Question

                    Ya know… now that you mention it, I dunno how it rolls up either.

                    • LMNOP

                      I think it really is just an excuse for Trump supporters to harass and threaten people.

                    • David Gearhart

                      It is the liberals that rioted at the trump rallies and assaulted people. As it is the liberals rioting in the streets now. The Trump supporters are sitting home and thinking ”what dumb people, hopefully equality and rational law enforcement will deal with this”. The closest they want to be to the insanity is to see it on their TV.

                    • crybaby

                      Had Trump won the popular vote and not been elected I’m sure you gun toting racists would still be sitting at home watching tv, right?

                    • David Gearhart

                      Yes as with Obama being elected by voter fraud. Their were no riots or people being assaulted over their politics. Although the democrats made McClain show his birth certificate. Anyone asking for Obama’s was called a racist. Liberals are for their rights only. They are socialist which means the government has rights , the people have privileges.

                  • Madpenguin

                    It’s about the electoral college. Depending on how many democratic votes and how many republican votes are cast determines which electoral college wins. Then the that electoral collage votes for us.
                    So if your states highest amount of votes are republican then the republican electoral college will vote for the republican candidate.
                    The only reason they break up states to show what area voted for whom is to show why a certain party won.

                    • Question

                      So then gerrymandering only applies to local and congressional districts not statewide or federal elections?

                    • Cheech

                      Correct.

                  • Mary Burrell

                    I need to get educated myself about the whole process.

            • Tambra

              Because they can no longer gerrymander.

            • Tambra
              • Question

                I’m not being snarky when I ask this – can you explain why you posted this map (cuz I’m not getting it)?

                • Tambra

                  Sometimes we take things for granted, and if we suppress in just the right areas, we can have the whole thing red. Never thought you were being snarky. It was my bad in not adding a bit of narrative to the map.

            • David Gearhart

              The democrats call North Carolina a swing state. The only election that the democrats won there was when 35,000 illegal democrat votes of those that voted in more than one state stole their election.

          • Bruno Estigarribia

            No you do not (have to be given time off). At UNC Chapel Hill where I work, you have to use LEAVE if you want to vote during work hours.

          • Where do you live?

            • Tambra

              I am from the Caribbean.

        • Question

          Or do like Colorado and just give everyone mail in ballots. No time off needed. Voila.

          • Tambra

            That’s not the State where Trump is asking his supporters to vote twice?

        • Cere

          How do you know this but still not know that developing nations are not a monolith? Did you seriously just lump every single non-developed nation together into one example? Do you know how ignorant that is? There are almost 200 countries and you think every single third world country is the same? Fucking really?!

          • Diego Duarte

            I understand there are different circumstances regarding each nation. But you know what? It’s absolutely inexcusable that a nation like the United States has a system that allows for the disenfranchisement of millions of people, mostly of color, in 2016. It’s an even bigger outrage considering many Third World nations have a better voting system than the richest nation in the world.

        • this

          Do you know what happens in Third World nations, on voting day?

          this?

          In March 2016, presidential candidates Julio Guzmán from All for Peru and César Acuña Peralta from Alliance for Progress were barred from the election. The first candidate was barred due to the violation of party rules in the internal election. The second candidate was barred for giving money during a campaign trail, which is a violation of the electoral law enacted by Congress in November 2015.

          Keiko Fujimori was a highly polarizing figure during the election. She is the daughter of the controversial former president Alberto Fujimori, who was sentenced to prison. She is popular among the poor people, and the loyalists who credit Fujimori with the defeat of Shining Path. This popularity allowed her to win in the first round of the presidential elections. She is resisted by the people who reject Fujimori for human rights abuses and corrupt practices, and fear that her victory would mark a return of Fujimorismo. Mendoza, who placed third and could not stand in the runoff election, gave her full support to Kuczynski, in order to prevent the victory of Keiko.

          • Diego Duarte

            First off, no that wasn’t voting day, it was the run up to the election. And yes, Julio Guzmán’s ban from the ballot was disproportionate and, more likely than not, a blatant attempt from Alan García to steal his vote. Luckily those votes went to Mendoza, Barnechea and Kuczynski, and not that fat thug.

            On the other side, that is still much better than actually preventing people from voting using the most ridiculous reasons ever.

        • grownandsexy2

          Stevie Wonder could see it’s intentional.

        • MC Planck

          Peru has mandatory voting? I didn’t know that. Australia does too, and the penalty is $70 AUS, which is just about $50 American.

          Apparently that’s the price of democracy. Who would have guessed it was so low, and yet so far out of reach?

          • Diego Duarte

            Yup. It can get on people’s nerves because nobody appreciates doing lines on sunday, also all stores stop selling alcoholic beverages as early as saturday, the day before. People get mostly upset about the alcohol, but it’s not a problem if you stock up on thursday and friday.

        • David Gearhart

          The only states that the democrats win in are the ones without voter ID laws. That is why they fight against having them.

      • Cheech

        We need to bring the stockade back. With a big harvest of stinking, rotten produce.

      • Jimi Streets

        Voter FRAUD is the shame of the democrat party.
        Voter suppression? Now that’s funny

      • Miss the Corn Belt

        Right along side of officials in swing districts who vote shave.

      • Scout Wellsrain

        Too bad dindus.

      • David Gearhart

        The black panthers that stopped whites from voting with clubs were charged. Eric Holder himself showed up even though the accused did not and stated in court; ” Only the minorities are protected by the law” He dismissed the charges.

        That is not equality.

        • Source or shut up.

          • David Gearhart

            Typical liberal response, the truth and facts are not a part of the socialist propaganda. Google it yourself. Insults are lack of intelligence , not a conversation. The liberals are taught hate. It closes the mind to rational thought.

            • You came into our space and made the claim and then refuse to provide evidence? Dude, we’re done if you can’t even be bothered to argue in good faith.

              So shut up.

              • David Gearhart

                It is evident that rational thought is out of your intelligence level. Checking facts , is a function of thinking for yourself. Instead of being told what to think by the socialist propaganda. Notice I did not use liberal, since calling people that violate the rights of others liberals would be a miss use of the word. I did not make a claim, I posted facts. It is the liberals that say shut up as if only they have freedom of speech.

    • Gibbous

      I live in NC, and voter suppression is going on strong in rural, primarily agricultural areas.

      NCGOP purging voters even as we speak!

    • Chandler/aka WordFollower

      Voter suppression? Really? Good thing Dims don’t seem to have a problem signing up dead people, voting more than their fair share, and throwing out pro Republican votes.

      • JimmyD

        Projection is my favorite way of finding out what Republicans really think.

    • Aegyus

      Oh, you mean having proof that you are able to vote?
      You can’t buy alcohol or cigarettes without an ID, but apparently to require ID to vote is “disenfranchisement”?
      What a pathetic argument.

      • Question

        Ummm… buying cigarettes and alcohol aren’t constitutionally protected rights like voting and the ability to purchase a firearm… which doesn’t require ID at the state level in 33 states.

        Go somewhere with your bad analogies and weak perspective.

        • equality_72521

          It is not a bad analogy. Everybody and their fucking mother has an ID, and for the states with voter ID they give you a free one if you do not have a state ID. The only reason you left-wingers don’t like voter ID laws, is because you want to commit voter fraud like what happened in Minnesota that gotten Franken elected. We all know you guys have affection for rigging elections, just look what happened to Sanders. Also you need an ID in order to buy a firearm, is called a background check.

    • Zap Rowsdower

      I remember those voter suppression tactics. Like republicans using the New Black Panther Party to stand outside voting locations… oh wait, that wasn’t republicans…

      • Question

        That wasn’t Democrats either, that was individuals as opposed to the Presidential nominee on the GOP side actively soliciting poll watchers during campaign rallies AND a top GOP aide funding and creating Stop The Steal.

        Nope. Not the same at all. And you know this but your nonsense partisanship won’t allow you to acknowledge the obvious and glaring differences.

        Go away.

        • Zap Rowsdower

          Poll watchers are an entirely legal entity that BOTH parties employ on election day. If they think something fishy is going on, they report it to their party so that the party can raise concerns with that state’s secretary of state.

          But no, you’re more concerned with the party that actually WANTS fair elections as opposed to the party that actively conspired to keep Bernie Sanders off the nomination.

          And since you’re obviously okay with “individuals” (since the NBPP was, as you claim) you shouldn’t have a problem with organized OR unorganized efforts towards a fair election.

          Go away, I will not. Truth, I will continue to provide.

          • Question

            Poll watchers are also trained in their municipalities and had to be signed up months ago. You and I both know what Donald Trump was asking his constituents to do was not become sanctioned poll watchers because that date has long sense passed. Instead he asked people to be on the lookout for fraud (now how would a common citizen do that?) and double voting (as though it’s like an amusement park ride that you can vote, go to the back of the line and vote again).

            Cognitive dissonance is a funny thing.

            • Zap Rowsdower

              Yeah, because NOTHING fishy ever happens in national elections… like voters selecting one option then the machine displaying the OTHER option as the selected choice. Yeah that never happens…

              Pardon me while I leave this inconvenient link here… http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/10/346268/

              • Question

                How would untrained, volunteer, citizen poll watchers prevent that as thy are not allowed in the voting booth with voting citizens?

                Your link isn’t inconvenient, it’s factual… and overblown.

                • Zap Rowsdower

                  And I quote (from you): “Instead he asked people to be on the lookout for fraud (now how would a common citizen do that?)”

                  Gee, doesn’t that sound like a stupid question now. Someone was attentive as they went to confirm their ballot and spotted an irregularity (not even a one-off occurrence either). That doesn’t seem like it was a poll watcher that spotted it. It SEEMS like it was a regular citizen that was watching for fraud… just as I quoted you saying Trump spoke for.

                  • Question

                    C’mon Zap – I’m specifically referring to ONE type of request that Trump has made – that people go to the polls, stand there and watch for cheating:

                    WHEN Donald Trump recently asked his supporters in Ohio to keep an eye out for voter fraud on election day, his plea came with a knowing suggestion: “When [I] say ‘watch,’ you know what I’m talking about, right?” Mr Trump’s worry that the election will be “rigged” has inspired repeated calls for volunteers to serve as poll watchers in cities including Philadelphia, Chicago and St Louis. At a recent rally in Pennsylvania, he had this to say: “You’ve got to go out, and you’ve got to get your friends, and you’ve got to get everybody you know, and you gotta watch the polling booths, because I hear too many stories about Pennsylvania, certain areas”. It would be a shame, Mr Trump said, to lose the White House “because of you know what I’m talking about.”

                    • Zap Rowsdower

                      I quoted you, I don’t know what else you want. He wants civilians to be on the watch for fraud. What better way to do that than to scrutinize your ballot to make sure when you select Trump it does not register Clinton, or when you select Clinton it does not register Trump.

                    • Question

                      But how does an untrained, unregistered civilian look for fraud or errors on a voting machine? Have you voted before? DO you know how electronic voter works??

                      He isn’t asking for officially sanctioned poll watchers who would be able to see that someone marked Clinton and the vote went toward Trump or vice versa because those people have long since been SELECTED and TRAINED. SO he’s not asking for official polling place volunteers. He’s asking people to “guard” polling stations and intimidate voters.

                      By the way, the majority of voter fraud takes place through absentee and mail-in ballots, not errors at physical polling places, but you know that too, right? :)

                    • Zap Rowsdower

                      “But how does an untrained, unregistered civilian look for fraud or errors on a voting machine?” Try asking the voters in Texas who had to get help because the voting machines were registering a vote for the wrong person.

                      If you honestly think ANYONE, left or right, is asking for people to intimidate voters, you’re straight up delusional. There was legitimate intimidation with the NBPP wielding billy clubs, yet Obama’s DOJ didn’t seem to have a problem with it.

    • grownandsexy2

      I can’t speak for Cleveland but they better not try it in Philly.

    • plasmacutter

      Yes, exit polls = voter suppression.

  • Slooowwwww clap.

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  • cyanic

    Will this be our last white supremacist generated election? I mean Trump represents their unfiltered id. And they’re dying thanks legalized abortion that Becky takes full advantage of, meth, and birthing half-black boys with Arabic names.

    • Courtney Wheeler

      #savageman

    • Diego Duarte

      Doubt it. Trump’s only made them stronger. They’ll be back in 2020. Hopefully they’ll flunk again.

      • cyanic

        I have to be optimistic. I do believe the twice elected President Obama means a systemic shift is occur right before our eyes. But the constant exposure of police brutality and blatant indifference to racist statements made by high profile persons has many thinking real change is an improbability.

        • Zap Rowsdower

          Hopefully, people will see the folly of the previous eight years that voting on superficiality gave us.

          First black president! Except there are plenty of black men infinitely more qualified to be president than Barack Obama. And this country was dumb enough to elect him.

          First woman president! Except there are plenty of women infinitely more qualified to be president than Hillary Clinton. Hopefully this country won’t be so stupid this time around.

          • Jim Bendtsen

            Thank you for injecting some rationality into this leftard cesspool.

      • hunterinthelandofthedead

        I was listening to the “Keeping it 1600” podcast when Mitt Romney’s campaign director said he got 57% of the white vote. And Romney lost.

        • Diego Duarte

          Problem is the voter turnout. Polls mean jack sht if there isn’t a high turnout on election day. If voter turnout is high, Trump will get buried in an even bigger landslide than either McCain or Romney. If not, it’s gonna be close, especially with all the voter supression.

          • Jim Bendtsen

            You mean the leftard voter fraud.

            • Diego Duarte

              You mean the debunked voter fraud, as opposed to the widely demonstrable electoral fraud republicans engage in every single election.

            • sam (#NotMyPrez)

              “As democracy is perfected, the office represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. We move toward a lofty ideal. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their hearts desire at last, and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.”

              – H. L. Mencken

              Thanks to people like you, that’s exactly what happened.

            • sam (#NotMyPrez)

              “leftard voter fraud”

              You’re hilarious. The only documented voter fraud comes from Rs who implement voter restrictions, intimidate voters, gutted the Voting Rights Act, close polling locations and gerrymander districts.

              I did a Google search on you just for fun and what did I find? A Republican who thinks that obstructionism is fine as long as it’s Republicans who are doing the obstructing.

              Color me shocked. IOKIYAR

              http://downwithtyranny.blogspot.com/2009/04/franken-is-no-longer-leading-he-won.html

              http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/politics/election2008/2009-04-05-minnesota_N.htm

    • -h.h.h.-

      so long as reasonable heads ignore the needs of people that don’t live 50 miles of a coast…
      so long as people with the common touch work to give people hope and information to counteract the ignorance they’ve been given…

      so long as we take this election as a f**k them racists, instead of a how can i work with these folks to see what i see…
      So long as we see things in black and white, and f**k the shades of gray,

      then YES, this will continue. “The Evil Racists” will still hold House, Senate, Governor seats. or Town council positions. YES ‘white supremacists’ will still find ways to get their policies co-signed by candidates.

    • I have a sneaking suspicion that a reinvigorated David Duke will try it- if not endorsed by the GOP, on an alternate ticket. Dude hasn’t had this much media traction in a while.

    • kingpinenut

      Cynaic, we will not be so lucky.

    • sgrice1

      This election has nothing to do with white supremacy which is why you will be left scratching your head this coming Tuesday.

  • chazb

    You summed up my feelings succinctly. Love it!! I think withering away and dying is the least they can do,lol.

  • A.G.

    If/when she wins, Trump’s supporters will unleash (actually, they’ve already started). Anybody else kinda concerned about election night? His base is coming out in full force.

    • Tambra
      • A.G.

        Yikes. This is crazy.

      • Hugh Akston

        Nah nothing is happening they all have roses to give to people what right wing? They love ponies, didn’t you hear?

        • Tambra

          We shall see. People are very invested and unhinged.

          • LMNOP

            They’re unhinged to start with and being egged on by Trump and his supporters. Not a good situation.

            I am going to make myself a delicious dinner that day to as I watch the election results, and probable general chaos.

      • SecludedCompound

        They’re really total cowards. look at Oregon. All talk, then when the feds came for them, they roll over. Same thing in person. They do these things because they are, at base, cowards.

        • Tambra

          Some how I do not think so. They have a platform and they are taking advantage of it. Even now the folks form Oregon are saying the fight is not over.

        • Question

          They’re gonna regret not charging those Bundy fools with a crime.

      • Cleojonz

        They can try it but they’ll back down when the New Black Panthers and Huey P. Newton Gun Club show up:

        https://www.rt.com/usa/338282-anti-muslim-militia-black-panthers/

    • miss t-lee

      I ain’t scared.
      Run up.

      • Tambra

        You are accustomed to dodging bullets in the inner city, so that sounds about right.

        • miss t-lee

          I live in a state which has open and concealed carry.
          You’d be foolish to run up on anyone here, especially on some election night foolishness.

          • PinkRose

            Yeeeeeee hawwwwwww, Texas Baby!!

            • brothaskeeper

              Might just drive to Galveston to be out of the way.

          • kingpinenut

            God bless Tejas

            • miss t-lee

              Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition…lol

        • Val

          Right. In the world according to Trump.

      • brothaskeeper

        Get done up.

        • miss t-lee

          Already.

    • catgee12

      Knuck if you buck … Ain’t never scared … Punks jump up to get beat down … Bring ‘me out bring ’em out … Kick in the door waving the 4 4 …

      • A.G.

        Ayyyyyyyye

    • LMNOP

      I’m worried about the aftermath of the election.

      • A.G.

        Y’all know how they can get away with stuff because of privilege…

      • Mary Burrell

        It’s something to be concerned about, seriously.

    • PinkRose

      My “friends”, Glock, Luger, and Smith and Wessen will be visiting that night with a special appearance by Hollow Point.

      I think we’ll be ah ight!!

    • SecludedCompound

      Have your friends and neighbors backs. The gus that’ll actually do anything are a small minority, and we can make them smaller if we make them feel the consequences of their actions.

    • Question

      On one hand its annoying that California is so damn blue. On the other hand, I don’t have these fears. I fear for our folks in Red communities. Its amazing that one man was able to stoke all of this.

      • LMNOP

        And such an incompetent, foolish man at that.

      • A.G.

        It was bound to happen sooner or later I guess

    • Mary

      Oh, stock up on some cash, water and food in case the worst happens; though if Hill wins, the rage might manifest itself just as dangerously.

    • I’m a little worried because I fly out the day after elections to Ft. Lackland to watch my daughter graduate AF Basic. Jesus be an Air Marshall!!!

      • grownandsexy2

        Congrats to your daughter. Be safe.

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