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ouvrez_les_yeux 175 points ago +175 / -0

Look at that soyboy gape.

PotatoFarmer20 81 points ago +82 / -1

Came here to say this. Mega "cuck mouth" on that beta male.

V-FOR-VICTOR 69 points ago +69 / -0

Why do 90% of soy boys always look the same?

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meme_war_vet 20 points ago +20 / -0

Low testosterone.

fullshiningorange 1 point ago +1 / -0

Smiling is considered a show of submission among many primates.

prayinpede 1 point ago +1 / -0

First thing i noticed. Whats with that anyway? They all do it

MsAnthropic 156 points ago +156 / -0

I love how they report that like we’re meant to think it’s a bad thing....

stoic_troll 82 points ago +82 / -0

Yep, Trump's approval rating may jump 10% on account of this leak.

CisSiberianOrchestra 69 points ago +69 / -0

People in the media live in a bubble. They have no clue just how sick and tired average Americans are of critical race theory and "white privilege."

AlphaNathan 32 points ago +32 / -0

Reminds me of how we were supposed to be appalled that Trump said fake news journalists should be executed.

Uh, no, I agree.

CousinEddie 24 points ago +24 / -0

The whining by blacks is so obnoxious I can’t even watch a YouTube or tv show with them anymore. I change the channel as soon as one comes on.

Rginap 19 points ago +19 / -0

You see that stuff by guilty white people too. They try to cram that shit down your throat everywhere. I had to stop listening to most of my podcasts because everyone are so focused on race, I’m tired of hearing it.

For example, on My Favorite Murder, two white girls were talking about how some black chick told them to STFU because they’re white. When they were like “Oh, she’s right, we should STFU” I had to turn it off.

Trump’s right about people drinking the Kool-Aid.

Usernamehereee 3 points ago +3 / -0

I stopped listening to them as well a while ago for the same reason, they’re ex heroin using Hollywood wanna be types so what do you expect. They were funny though, what a shame.

HockeyMom4Trump 17 points ago +17 / -0

I’m reaching that point. And I used to love watching Arsenio Hall. Eddie Murphy movies. Richard Pryor. Now I feel like the whining and constant BLM stuff is such a turn off...it’s not bringing people together. It is tearing us apart.

Sentinel41992 3 points ago +3 / -0

In the same vein, yesterday I learned theres going to be a remake of the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. As a drama. Its probably going to be full of BLM garbage.

HockeyMom4Trump 1 point ago +1 / -0

I won't watch it, but I did love the original. Now if they remake Dif'rent Strokes I might get on board! Or bring back Good Times! lol

howwasyourday 24 points ago +24 / -0

The news anchors will whine about how raciss it is, co-workers will say 'can you believe he said this?', yet a majority of people in their own minds will think "thank god the president isn't buying into this nonsense." I see a landslide approaching.

Magamom2020 9 points ago +9 / -0

Kool aid

Tartarian-King 114 points ago +114 / -0 (edited)

Imagine moving to a white country and complaining about "white privilege" as if hundreds of thousands and millions in total throughout the ages didn't die for those "privelages"

Then you go look at Japan, Mexico, Arabian lands.... and you dont hear privilege for those people.

Why isnt there Mexican privelage in Mexico, Japanese privilege or Chinese privelage? Why are only white nations supposed to take people in and then be told they have a privelage.... in their own land.

The trend here is that there is a group that exists and they don't want whites to have their own native land and they subvert people to think its not theirs and to feel guilty about it.

No more. Enough!!

fraterggnm 56 points ago +56 / -0

Careful now, dont start adding too many facts together into a logical conclusion. And definitely dont pay attention to the trial run for all this that happened in South Africa....and whatever you do, don't wonder why theres a statue of Nelson Mandela in London of all places...

Patriot_Z 27 points ago +27 / -0

Sounds like you've had a bit too much to think!

Magamom2020 8 points ago +8 / -0

Too much kool aid

HockeyMom4Trump 15 points ago +15 / -0

Japanese people aren’t sitting around worrying about Japanese privilege and embracing diversity

Tartarian-King 6 points ago +7 / -1

Yeah.... hence my comment

HockeyMom4Trump 5 points ago +5 / -0

Yes. I was agreeing with you. Except for your spelling of privilege.

Tartarian-King 3 points ago +4 / -1

lol! I just realized i was spelling it wrong. I think I did actually mispell it a while ago and my phone now literally auto changes it to that after testing it.

I feel so stupid lol

HockeyMom4Trump 2 points ago +2 / -0

Autocorrect is my worst enema! :)

Tartarian-King 1 point ago +2 / -1

Signs you need to not drink before surfing TD 😂

philandy 13 points ago +13 / -0

I sense a new travelling series: Privilege Around the World. "Excuse me, Canadian. Have you recognized your privilege? What critical sacrifices have you made for minorities? I need you to take this Sharpie and draw a dick on your face, daily, as part of your reparations." Rince repeat.

censorthisss 14 points ago +14 / -0

At least 50% of Canadians would get on their knees and grovel for forgiveness of their sins against the natives.

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bellcurvestrikesback 5 points ago +5 / -0

A statement of self preservation is the pinnacle of hate to too many

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sub-collector 2 points ago +4 / -2

hundreds of thousands and millions in total throughout the ages

Only if you meant hundreds of millions because that somewhere up there. Throughout the ages.

Tartarian-King 4 points ago +5 / -1

i dont have the total death count between ww1/2, civil and revolutionary wars, spanish war etc on hand so I'm spit ballin'

But yeah i guess it goes beyond America because it took other countries and their wars to even get here.

Plus im pretty sure vikings were here long before the British. Probably before "native americans" too.

sub-collector -2 points ago +2 / -4

Plus im pretty sure vikings were here long before the British. Probably before "native americans" too.

This is an interesting subject but totally irrelevant outside of "critical theory" scumbaggery. I'll just keep it at that because ALL of the problems in the modern world are the cause by the zealots of this idiotic cult and it's a very long and complex topic which I may not be yet ready to discuss at length in public.

Tartarian-King 3 points ago +5 / -2 (edited)

Understand. I've looked into it enough to form my own opinion. Red haired individuals definitely were here first, even "native american" folklore admits it. They call them "giants" but that can simply be due to vikings being tall on average and how native american tribes where pretty short on average. Not literal giants.

But we're not allowed to discuss it

Where those red heads came from is anyones guess

Edit: not only them but Aztecs (Kukulcan (Quetzalcoatl) and ancient African (Bumba) tribes version of "god" or "odin/zues" where white and red headed as well. Its worth researching.

In Africa their "god of gods" Bumba barfed up reality and was white with red hair, before they met any european. We may never know our origins.

sub-collector 0 points ago +4 / -4

It's not about who was first, not even a little bit.

Tartarian-King 1 point ago +4 / -3


sub-collector 0 points ago +2 / -2

It's not. We just don't know. We haven't yet discovered who came from where, etc. What's a lot more important who's delivering the most value, and by who I don't mean a specific race or haplogroup, but a culture we then should be looking to adapt to. Thus far, it's pretty clear which way we as humans ought to be going, right?

Apersonofinterest 84 points ago +84 / -0

Why does Trump keep letting that rat into the White House?

kek_saved_the_world [S] 35 points ago +36 / -1

that is what I was thinking...

DNC_Ballot_QATeam 27 points ago +28 / -1

Controlled opposition

fattymac 24 points ago +24 / -0

Just on Tucker... Graham... Lindsey fucking Graham

MainstreamDeviant 17 points ago +17 / -0

Fuck him and his girl name

BasedPresbyPastor 11 points ago +11 / -0

Well you can bet that were gonna have a hearing and get to the bottom of this

MainstreamDeviant 10 points ago +10 / -0

Fuck that noise. I want a strongly worded letter! With italics and bold typeface, for emphasis!

midgetpornrocks 6 points ago +6 / -0

Caps lock too please.

DocOne 15 points ago +15 / -0

You don't think Trump didn't know or at least didn't just assume everything he said was going to be made public? He knows exactly what he said.

Ex-libtard 7 points ago +7 / -0

To make him look good obviously

Ballind 4 points ago +4 / -0

When Trump makes a mistake, shifty eyed kushner is always the one behind the scenes

notatallimsure 36 points ago +36 / -0

I didn't think I could like our Prez more than I already did, but I do now.

Loiuzein 2 points ago +2 / -0

I only like him more every day

Gmama2 20 points ago +20 / -0

Trump gave millions to black and other groups. He was worshipped by rappers until he got into politics.

lurker4 20 points ago +20 / -0

I <3 our president!

GeneralVeers 17 points ago +17 / -0

Police violence: every year, the police kill three times more White people than black people. Don't care. Non-issue.

Slavery: White people were getting taken as slaves long before they even knew black people existed. Don't care. Non-issue.

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sub-collector -4 points ago +5 / -9

No, it does not.

Source: am Slav.

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sub-collector -1 points ago +5 / -6 (edited)

You're an idiot.


Believes everything reads on the internet.

Gtfo this planet, you are no slav, you are an offspring of a goat and a chimp, dipshit. Go jump off of something very, very tall.

E: lmao, this little overly-emotional POS now follows me around and downvotes my posts 🤣🤣

Tartarian-King 3 points ago +4 / -1

You're on target thats why

sub-collector 0 points ago +1 / -1

Seems this way, looks like the same faggot went through dozens if not more of my posts here and downvoted them. But that's not to be unexpected, too many overly emotional faggots have hopped on the Trump bandwagon (pulled by the NO BRAKES TRUMP TRAIN), which is great too! TRUMP 2020 AND 2024!

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sub-collector 0 points ago +3 / -3

Oh, obscenities? YOU called me an idiot, idiot. Get the fuck off this planet, you are stealing other people's resources by merely existing, jackass.

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MAGAlikeLINCOLN 0 points ago +1 / -1

What is your take on the politics of slavs. From what I've seen almost all the slavs I've met when they talk politics are all about identity politics and never about individualism.

They also all seem to bring up things that aren't just hundreds of years old but like 1000 years old as if all people don't have histories of persecution and as if somehow those stories should have any bearing on any political decision made today.

I feel like I am in bizzaro world sometimes when talking to most slavs. I'm wondering how you feel about the whole thing and do you think that as a whole they'll ever embrace individualism. Are there any examples of slavic countries that are currently fundamentally individualistic? Western Europe also suffers but I'd say to a lesser degree. In Europe you always hear people saying how there is no political movement based on classical liberalism and even in the US you have lefties talk about how the political factions in Europe do not have any major conservative sentiments (they say that ironically to denigrate US conservatism). Anyway, your thoughts would be appreciated.

sub-collector 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's a pretty complex subject, Slavs, as far as my observation goes, have been fractured for quite some time now -- hundreds of years -- and there is no unification in sight yet.

As far as individualism vs collectivism goes, it's more of a European thing than just a Slav thing, and I wouldn't really separate the two, however fucked up the relationship between Slavs and "Western Europeans" has been over the millennia.

Once again, it's an extremely complex equation with lots of variables hidden from plain sight, such as, for instance, the total re-writing of Russian history by Germans in the early 18th century and literally erasing over 5,500 years of Russian history by adopting the Julian calendar in 1,700 CE, or bastardizing the language, or the 1917 disaster, and so on.

Then there is a more general question of culture and psychology on individualism and collectivism and the balance between the two. Maybe this perception should be based on the roots of these and the depth to which we go to practice them: God, family, country, right?

I know I am a bit all over the place right now -- sitting here in fucking smoke from the fires, it's a bit hard to concentrate, but it's also a complex and somewhat loaded question when it comes to discussing Slavs' perceptions and beliefs, especially, considering that a) they've been fractured as a group for a long time and b) "individualism" hasn't really been very important part, not as important as to Americans or even Western Europeans. At the same time, what is the history of borderline rabid Individualism? When did it really start and what is its importance in human development in general?

I'll leave it at that for now.

MAGAlikeLINCOLN 0 points ago +1 / -1

Yes but this is what I'm talking about. Are the slavs any more fractured then the anglo heritage? I mean the US is no longer a colony. Canada and Australia only show symbolic deference towards London. During the revolutionary war there were many in the British Parliment that thought the declaration of independence made a lot of sense and that the British should let the US succeed.

As for the rewriting of history. Whose history hasn't been rewritten both deliberately and unintentionally? Who is descendant of a pure unspoiled culture with impeccable and unbastardized historicity? Even the most respected acient historians such as Cassius Dio for instance have their writings looked at through a lens of what was going on in the politics of his own day and how that would effect his telling of what happened and his spin on the resources of a hundred years in the past. Entire prejudices for some of the most famous rulers like Nero and Caligula (maybe they weren't so evil) have been revisited during our own lifetime.

What I'm saying is that none of the slavic countries (and to a lesser degree but even equally alarming none of the western European countries) seem to care about individualism. Imagine another developed country in the world with a strong philosophical stance on gun rights for instance. There isn't any that comes close to the US and I have no real idea why. To me those ideas seem so self evidently better that I would imagine I could sit down, talk to someone, and get them to agree but of course these ideas for some reason haven't en mass permeated outside the US and the further East one goes I would say to generalize, the further one departs of these ideas.

sub-collector 1 point ago +1 / -0

It seems that you view individualism as a magic mushroom to solve all humanities problems, aside from other things, instead of trying to view the world through the prism of perception of the inhabitants of whatever chunk of the world you are considering.

"As for the rewriting of history." -- we lost our heritage, turned into cattle. But I don't see any reason to continue this exchange, it's not going to be productive.

MAGAlikeLINCOLN 0 points ago +1 / -1

Individualism, the ideals coming out of the enlightenment age, the idea of the presumption of innocence, the pursuit of truth, the scientific method, and the freedom that classic liberalism argues for are about as close to a magic mushroom as you can get.

Otherwise your suggestion that "your people" losing "their heritage" presumably moreso than other cultures is nothing you can even complain about. Why should people have the right to not be subjects or even cattle if you don't believe in the rights of the individual? You are not upset about being a slave but about not being a slave to a greater slavic territory ruled by a single race and culture? Sounds pretty stupid and also hypocritical. You either embrace individualism or you don't complain about being cattle of this state or that state.

If you can't make this a productive discussion, I'm afraid it is either because your worldview is bullshit that doesn't stand up to scrutiny or you are not able to articulate yourself.

It is not unproductive for lack of me trying. Oh how I wish someone would actually shed some light onto this issue for me but they always end up bowing out disgracefully.

sub-collector 0 points ago +1 / -1

Also, if you want to continue this conversation, just hit me up again, and I'll think of a more coherent and in-depth response in the meantime.

BasteSpuds 16 points ago +16 / -0

Sorry lines are busy. All of our operators are with another caller Please call back later. Thank you. Goodbye.

DCdeplorable 15 points ago +15 / -0

It would be amazing to see the look on Woodwards face as Donald Trump said "you really drank the Kool Aid didn't you?"

AOCs_tits 13 points ago +13 / -0

That's pure fire. That's how real people think. That's why he's POTUS and will be again. God bless him. GET FUCKED COMMIES (I know it's vulgar but it gives me sweet joy to type it.)

Kaarous 12 points ago +12 / -0

It's not that hard to understand an inferiority complex anyway.

sub-collector 3 points ago +6 / -3 (edited)

You'll be amazed to learn one day how hard it is for so many people to understand even the simplest of concepts. For instance, read the answers on this thread: https://www.quora.com/To-all-those-with-IQ-above-135-how-high-do-you-suspect-Donald-Trump%E2%80%99s-IQ-to-be

Especially this one: https://www.quora.com/To-all-those-with-IQ-above-135-how-high-do-you-suspect-Donald-Trump%E2%80%99s-IQ-to-be/answer/Amy-Roiz-1

It's the epitome of the most of the left.

E: I see someone very smart is reading these comments. And further proving my point which could be summarized by this quote: "A stupid man's report of what a clever man says can never be accurate, because he unconsciously translates what he hears into something he can understand." by Bertrand Russell.

TehAgent 5 points ago +7 / -2 (edited)

I tested in the high 130s low 140s in school. Teacher thought I cheated. I did guess on some even though you weren’t supposed to but it was an ‘educated guess’ so I felt it was fair.

Later, in my late 20s I was bored with Tf2 and took a break...and decided to take another one. Only this time I was about 12 beers deep into a 24 pack. Still got low 130s.

It looks like a lot of people in that Quora thread don’t understand what an IQ is. It’s not a measure of how much book knowledge you can remember or how well you speak. It’s a measure of your ability to solve problems and ‘figure things out’. You can be incredibly book smart but have an average IQ and lack the ability to solve complex spatial problems and even basic problems. Or you could be a terrible public speaker but be able to simply look at an image and solve a very complex problem/answer a very complex question easily.

If I had to guess I’d say Trump is probably in the mid 130s or higher. I believe he understands and can stay ahead of ‘problems’ because he has a very high IQ. The leaps that it takes to solve high level problems are beyond the understanding of people with average and slightly above average intelligence. People that aren’t in the lower ranks of IQ levels tend to believe that since they don’t understand it, it must be stupid. They’re ‘used to being smart’ so when they face a situation that they do not logically understand, they immediately assume that means the other person must be dumb.

In many cases it’s the exact opposite. They simply aren’t smart enough to figure out what is going on.

TehAgent 1 point ago +2 / -1

I think you were looking for Reddit. Its way over there to the left.

sub-collector 0 points ago +1 / -1

Lmao, the irony. r/iamverysmart material trying to send others over to reddit. Eat shit, you sub-intelligent faggot.

TehAgent 1 point ago +1 / -0

LOL Feeling small and had to puff yourself up a little?

Youre still small. Reddit is where you belong, with your very sad attempts at belittling others to feel like a big man online.

odiChamp 4 points ago +4 / -0

That was a great reply, quoting it below for future use and in case someone can't find it as easily because quora has a kinda janky interface.

edit: bleh, the quote thing on here kinda sucks, doesn't format properly

Written by Tony Reno on Quora in reply to a question about Trump's IQ.

They changed IQ scoring sometime after I took the test, to make scores over 140 much rarer.

When I took the test for Mensa I scored at 152, and best I can tell he’s got a higher IQ than I do.

Here’s the thing, When an IQ differs from yours by more than 20 points, much of what the other person is doing, either direction, is unfathomable to you. It’s as if you are speaking different languages.

I see so much that candidate Trump did and that President Trump is doing that seems to be to be over the head of a lot of people viewing him. They also confuse the reports by his enemies with what he’s really done and said.

A high IQ doesn’t make you perfect, but he just expertly navigated a minefield like I’ve never seen done before. You have to understand that there really is a deep-state problem. Look no further than the change in average wealth between the time a typical person joins Congress and the time they leave, or the White House, or any other major political office. Hint, there’s virtually no correlation between their government salary and their sudden amassing of wealth over the few years they are in office.

If you sit back and read the tea leaves you’ll figure out you’re being lied to by extremely powerful people, people who have a vested interest in lying to you on all media outlets. All you have to do is notice the vast difference between their predictions of what’s about to happen and their low success rate at it actually happening to realize that the media makes up and sensationalizes stories for views. Yes, the same media that makes their living getting people to buy products they don’t need and to make reckless financial decisions because advertisers convince them to spend their money and time watching TV and buying soon-to-be-worthless junk, also knows how to convince a lot of people that someone is bad when they are really good.

Back away from your biases and ask yourself, would you want to be president if you had a billion dollars, a penthouse apartment overlooking central park and a supermodel wife?

Every assumption about his motives is vacuous at best. “Putin blackmailed him to run the most amazing upset in political history?” Give me a break.

What he did and is doing while single handedly battling every media outlet (believe me, Fox News was not his friend during the campaign) the active campaigning of a sitting president (unprecedented in the history of our democracy), the non-stop criticism of the Hollywood stars and professional comedians.

Who in power was on Donald Trump’s side this election season? The Koch brothers didn’t fund him. People in his own party worked against him as late as the last month of the campaign.

Saying his IQ is anything but extraordinary would be like watching a football player repeatedly score the winning touchdowns despite the efforts of half his own team and most of the referees on the field, and then say that player’s not much of an athlete.

The man is brilliant on levels I’ve never seen.

Let me clue you into his so-called craziness in tweets and other communication. Every “outrageous” statement has a very clear purpose. It is to get someone to look where the media don’t want them to look. Everytime someone looks they find out that they are being lied to. Most of the time people won’t look because the tweet will be about something they don’t care about and the surface analysis, “another crazy tweet,” will hold sway. But every now and then they’ll look deeper. With each deep look a few more people are converted from “Trump’s crazy” to, “The media and most of our leadership are lying, and Trump’s exposing it.” Every move over because a new part of the higher, permanent, un-moveable base.

President Trump’s strategy is incredibly patient, incredibly long term. He’s not trying to win over every person every day. He’s trying to build a loyal following one voter and one issue at a time. All of his strategies are ratchet strategies. If you followed the whole election season the phrase that kept coming out over and over again is

“He’s got this loyal base that is with him for the distance, no matter what.”

But no one bothered to look into why that was so, or why it was such a one-way move. Despite media outcries to the contrary there are almost no, former Trump supporters. This was a very carefully planned strategy, not to go for a broad win by saying it's easy to accept things, but to go for permanent loyalty by exposing what’s really happening to the country one complex issue at a time.

When I first started watching the debates I thought he was wrong on almost every issue, but issue after issue the more I looked the more sense he made.

The destruction of the middle class has been attributed to tax breaks, but this makes no sense. The middle class doesn’t survive based on government handouts. The middle class thrives based on good jobs. The lie being told is that those jobs are all being lost to automation. This lie is easily exposed because if it was true, we in America should be the kings of automation and should be leading the world in exports, rather than jobs being lost and companies moving operations overseas.

Undisciplined immigration and trade policies were the largest eroding force to the health and upward mobility of the middle class. Every cheap laborer adding to the US consumer market (whether through lax immigration or lax trade) lowered the bargaining power of the US middle class and, by extension, diminished the median US income dramatically. This was something that no other politician saw going in. I didn’t see it. It’s not easy to see because we get swept away by semantic arguments. But the math is clear.

President Trump is definitely the brightest president I’ve seen in my lifetime. If you’re fooled by his simple-speak, his, “The best words” you’ve never run a company or sold a product. Simple speak is command speech. Simple speak gives clarity where big words only confuse people. The majority of big words exist to equivocate, hedge your bets. That’s not how a commander gets reliable action because it has people afraid to act out of fear that they got the commander’s will wrong. President Trump is way, way above 150 by the standards that were in play for testing when I took the test in 1988. So even given adjustments both for the Flynn effect and the way IQ switched to a statistical rather than age-ratio scoring standard, he’s still above 140 today.

sub-collector 2 points ago +2 / -0

But then check out other answers which prove the point made in the response above to the T. It's fascinating how little awareness Dunning Kruger effect sufferers have.

Dudemanfoo 7 points ago +7 / -0


EJGeneric 4 points ago +4 / -0

All these lefties thinking that they know what is best. Proud of their bunk college degrees. Then get dismantled by a couple concise responses from POTUS. boom.

Izaritos 4 points ago +4 / -0


spaceforce_maganaut 4 points ago +4 / -0

I love this man. So much.

Anyone3427 3 points ago +3 / -0

White privilege...pfft More like black privilege and supremacy while the poor useful idiot whites are too stupid to realize they are brainwashed...

Bramble 3 points ago +3 / -0

I have no responsibility to muse the feelings of delusional people.

TheNewRepublic 3 points ago +3 / -0

Oh here comes mass dilation.

Jsmitty112 3 points ago +3 / -0

White privilege is as mythical as unicorns

Nadlers_Belt 3 points ago +3 / -0

Why did Trump even give washed-up, fake-news Bernstein the time of day?

TheNewRepublic 3 points ago +3 / -0

Art of War...section about using spies.

yallsegregationist 3 points ago +3 / -0

perfecto 👌🏻

MAGA_4EVER 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is now my response.

Double points for Kool-aid feeling racist to me for some reason

UndeadRevolver 2 points ago +2 / -0

Jim Jones. Cult. Mass suicide.

MAGA_4EVER 2 points ago +2 / -0

I know where it comes from. Dude took his cult to Africa and poisoned them with cyanide

What I'm saying is it will also probably trigger some libtards because in the back of my mind I get the whoo whoo siren that says I shouldnt say this thing because it's racist for some reason.

I ignore it more of the time. But it's still there.

zabbers 2 points ago +2 / -0

Watermelon Kool-aid 👌

Hempbeard 3 points ago +3 / -0

A A Ron is a fucking idiot.

I miss making fun of him on Twitter.

DildoBaggins 3 points ago +4 / -1

Based and not cucked pilled

Juzeza 2 points ago +2 / -0

I love this man.

Adopt me GEOTUS

MAGA_MEXICAN_CHILI 1 point ago +1 / -0

Rap lyrics from 1999-20010

Positively referencing to be like Trump, To have Trump's level of weath. To bang bitches like Trump ect.... almost every wrapper whose went full 'woke' referenced Trump.

What happen to our society, where the aspirations was to have wealth on the level of our President? Someone please...look for the Soy iv's and yank them out...we need a full on Testosterone treatment ASAP for the men in our society.

JesusisKing 1 point ago +1 / -0


redbeard 1 point ago +1 / -0


Eurpoean 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's my president.

Dontberetarded 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's our job to understand and correct the pain of others? How about people do some soul searching and fix their own damn wagon? Their problems are always someone else's headache.

tokenninja 1 point ago +1 / -0

Not all hero’s wear capes. Some wear orange toner.