Wingnuts Outraged: Infiltrators Keep Making GOP Look Super Racist For No Reason At All

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That's just what they WANT you to think!As we all know, there are no racists in the Republican party, because Martin Luther King was a Republican and Robert Byrd was at one time in the Klan, and also nothing changed in either party after the passage of the Civil Right Act of 1964 and the Voting Right Acts of 1965. Nevertheless, there is still a perception out there that some Republicans are occasionally just a teensy bit racist for some reason. This is actually due entirely to hyper-sensitive PC Liberals having hissy fits over nothing, and is mostly the result of libruls infiltrating Republican events to display racist messages.

White man with black white-in-white-house shirt on his white back. Got it?Consider, for instance, this photo of a gentleman at a Romney/Ryan event in Ohio last week. Any number of blogs describe this man as a “Romney supporter” solely because he was attending a Romney rally and had a “Romney/Ryan” sticker on his kinda-racist shirt. Indeed, the Romney campaign even called the shirt “reprehensible” and said that of course such slurs have “no place in this election.” However, as perfectly reasonable skeptics point out, the most obvious explanation is not that this is a race-baiting Romney supporter, but rather a race-baiting OBAMA supporter trying to make Romney supporters look racist:

Clue #1: Wearing a “Romney/Ryan” sticker on the back of his T-shirt. Nobody does this. Nobody.
Clue #2: It’s kind of chilly in Ohio this time of year, and the guy’s wearing only a T-shirt, while those around him are wearing coats.

My guess is that this guy also wore a coat when he entered the rally, then stationed himself toward the back of the crowd (in front of the riser where the press photographers are stationed) and then removed his coat to expose the T-shirt, with the explicit purpose of having it photographed.

. . . aaanndd, Clue #3: No name? A press photographer is going to take a picture like this and make no effort to ID the guy? Nuh-uh.

Both sides do it. Some just look far better while doing itTalk about irrefutable! No one EVER wears a bumper sticker on an article of clothing! That would be silly, because they are supposed to go only on bumpers — it’s right there in the NAME. In all of recorded history, this has never been done, particularly not at political events. And only a troll would stand without a jacket in cold weather to display a political message, obviously. And no photographer has ever not followed up a photo with a full interview ever in the history of journamalism.

This could merely be a protest against citrullus lanatus in general, of courseSo yeah, definitely a false-flag operation. Just like this display in front of a home in Morgan Hill, California, which combines an empty kitchen stool, two watermelons, a noose, and “a sign set up to look like a teleprompter that read ‘Go back to Kenya.’” There is also a Romney campaign sign affixed to the fence in front of this house, but it would be premature to call the homeowner a Romney supporter. And indeed, in a weird attempt at “objectivity,” the headline on the story reads “Political display at Morgan Hill home called racist” — because apparently a noose and watermelons are completely open to interpretation? It is a yellow nylon rope, after all, and that material was not used in the authentic olde-tyme lynchings.

We will also have to assume, just to be on the safe side, that liberal trolls are responsible for the Oooga-Booga Witch Doctor Halloween display in New Jersey. We are not quite sure how liberal trolls took over the brain of Jason Thompson, the son of Wisconsin Senate candidate Tommy Thompson (R-Hold Me Now) and forced him to say “We have the opportunity to send President Obama back to Chicago — or Kenya.” Or how liberal trolls doctored a video of hiking afficionado Mark Sanford (R-Memaw’s Front Porch) so that in a Fox News interview about tomorrow’s debate, he appeared to say, on-camera and enunciating clearly, “Obama’s going to come out in this case much more forcefully, and he’s going to throw a lot of spears.” And that’s just within the last week — those liberal dirty-tricks teams are probably tuckered out from all that false flagging!

Plain and simple: There is NO problem with racism in the GOP. So just knock it off with all the baseless accusations of racism, OK? And get back in the woodpile.

[The Other McCain / KTVU / Chicago Tribune / Crooks & Liars]

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175 comments

    1. bflrtsplk

      Can the average Republican even find Chicago on a map? Hint: It`s somewhere in North America. Sorry, guess I am being a racist librul.

    2. Not_So_Much

      Any average Republican knows they're exactly the same since they both have a 'K' in the spelling.

    3. kyeshinka

      One has a batty mayor and its people crowd 19th century public trains to get to work. The other one is Kenya.

    4. natl_[redacted]_cmdr

      Republicans cheered when Chicago didn't get the 2016 Olympics so therefore it must not be in America.

  1. noodlesalad

    Romney/Ryan – not racist, but #1 with racists (apologies to the Simpsons)

    Also, the idea that people don't put stickers on shirts in weird places is weird, but I would need several more pictures of Wonkette keisters (Wonkeisters?) to put that myth to bed, if you will.

    1. gullywompr

      Yup, and eventually they turn Libertarian.

      Did you know that the contrails you see in the sky are not contrails at all, but actually commercial planes spraying us with toxic chemicals in a secret plot of collusion between industry and the federal government to get around EPA regs? It's true!

    1. no_gravity

      Glad you claimed it, for a minute I thought it was mine but then I remembered I wasn't wearing jeans.

  2. no_gravity

    Dr. Penishead Ablow states that this is not racism and anyone thinking so is just suffering from some sort of alcohol induced dementia.

  3. Dr_Zoidberg

    You know, you right-wing bastards, just man up and admit that the biggest problem you have with President Obama is the fact that he's black.

    1. Dumbedup

      I know right! And just cold defend racism as a core conservative value which people are allowed to hold, and have been holding for some time now. I would respect these crackers more if they would just be honest (but I would throw rocks at them too).

      1. Redgyal

        Except they are not allowed to hold a "value" that is both false and contrary to the core values of the country they claim to love. If they want to believe that they need to do it somewhere else and with different citizenship.

  4. BigSkullF*ckingDog

    "an empty kitchen stool, two watermelons, a noose, and “a sign set up to look like a teleprompter that read ‘Go back to Kenya.’”

    That's not racist, it's the best garage sale evar!!!

  5. Lucidamente1

    But you can't hold a whole party responsible for the behavior of a few, sick twisted individuals. For if you do, then shouldn't we blame the whole two-party system? And if the whole two-party system is guilty, then isn't this an indictment of our political institutions in general? I put it to you, Wonkette – isn't this an indictment of our entire American society? Well, you can do whatever you want to us, but we're not going to sit here and listen to you badmouth the United States of America

    1. calliecallie

      It's not an orgy, it's a toga party.

      I work with a guy who is fond of saying that pretty much any situation in politics can be appropriately commented on with a line from Animal House.

    2. Fox n Fiends

      But you can't hold a whole religion responsible for the behavior of a few, sick twisted individuals. For if you do, then shouldn't you blame religion itself? And if religion is guilty, then isn't this an indictment of God in general? I put it to you, Wonkette, isn't this an indictment or our entire species? Well, you can do whatever sexy and delicious things you want to us, but we're not going to sit here and listen to you badmouth God.

  6. SoBeach

    No one EVER wears a bumper sticker on an article of clothing! That would be silly, because they are supposed to go only on bumpers

    (checking out the Wonkette sticker in the picture) Nice bumper.

  7. el_donaldo

    Yeah, and obviously it's the liberals who are making those boy butts look so hard and tempting and muscular and hot and sweaty and stuff.

  8. SorosBot

    There you go again, pointing out that racist Republican behavior is racist, which makes you the real racist!

  9. SexySmurf

    Why no mention of the libtard who combined an empty suit, two Ritz crackers, a jar of Miracle Whip, and a sign set up to look like an Etch-a-Sketch that read "Go back to Mexico"?

  10. JustPixelz

    The front of the shirt says "I'm with Stupid" and an arrow pointing up.

    The front of the shirt says "Put the Hair Back on my Head".

    The front of the shirt says "Romney is O-Kay-Kay-Kay with Me"

    1. mille derps

      Are you allowed to use 'modern' & 'GOP' in the same sentence without incurring karmic penalties?

  11. MinAgain

    The Romney campaign could be right. The spelling on the shirt is just a little too good for a Teabagger,

  12. actor212

    My guess is that this guy also wore a coat when he entered the rally, then stationed himself toward the back of the crowd

    Or, in the middle of the crowd, it got really warm and he started sweating so he took his coat off, not realizing there were photographers close enough to read his shirt.

    But hey, you just go on believing there's some grand left wing conspiracy out to discredit your already-discredited POV, sonny.

    1. PsycWench

      I'm sure he took the coat off and left it with the coat-check person that is all the political rallies.

    2. Redgyal

      Or he wanted people to see it because he also thought that was the general sentiment at a Romney rally.

  13. calliecallie

    I think they need to bring back the dead deer on the couch watching TV in protest of hunting season or Obamacare or whatever it was. A much more interesting tableau, that was.

  14. gullywompr

    Shorter perfectly reasonable skeptics – "Doubleplusungood. Refs unpersons. Rewrite fullwise upsub antefiling."

  15. Schmannnity

    I miss the 1970s when people used to say "Reality: for those who can't handle drugs." Somehow, that seems better than Conspiracy: for those who can't handle reality.

    1. gullywompr

      Some of the biggest 70's druggies I knew are today spouting conspiracy in every other sentence. Coincidence?

  16. Whollyholeyholy

    You know that inspirational fluff about living your life so that if anyone said something critical about you nobody would believe it. What I'm saying, I think, is where did that shirt come from?

  17. YerMa

    Drunk ol' Tommy Thompson also called Tammy Baldwin "anti-Jew" this weekend. The stupid doesn't fall far from the tree.

    Idiot doesn't skip a generation in that family.

  18. Goonemeritus

    Taking time to false flag Republicans to “uncover” evidence of racism makes about as much sense as false flagging Democratic voters to uncover evidence of disorganization.

  19. mrblifil

    A lot of young whites in the South (and in places like Massachusetts, and Illinois, and Michigan) who fought against school desegregation and voted for Wallace are now only in their mid-seventies. And a lot of them raised kids. So yeah this continues to be a problem.

    1. ttommyunger

      Some of us Wallace voters now in our 70's saw the light and the kids somehow turned out great….Go figure.

  20. Pap Finn

    Christ, imagine the moment when the Muse Of Hateful Bigotry visited the asshole in Morgan Hills, and he delightedly said 'AHA!' and then *actually drove to the store* to buy a couple of watermelons, then rooted around in his garage for an old chair and some rope, hauled it all out on his lawn, and VOILA!

    How does a human being living in the 21st Century conceive and execute such a vile project?

    God, how I hate these fucking people.

  21. skmind

    Did anyone else catch the most obvious clue? There is NO way on God's green RED earth that the "Romney/Ryan" decal would be in blue.

  22. magic_titty

    Some libruls are racist.
    All racists that show up to Romney rallies are liberals.
    No Republicans are racist.

    Syllogism, complete.

  23. Tequila Mockingbird

    Libruls just see racism EVERYWHERE. I mean, it's like Jews chasing a windblown $20 bill.

  24. vodkamuppet

    He was only wearing it because his Screw Driver shirt has pit stains and holes in it. God, quit reading into things, libtards.

  25. Callyson

    the son of Wisconsin Senate candidate Tommy Thompson (R-Hold Me Now) and forced him to say “We have the opportunity to send President Obama back to Chicago — or Kenya.”

    OK, this information bumps Tammy Baldwin up on my list of who I'm donating to this year from the "possibly" to the "defintely" category. Can't give much but I'm doing what I can.

    Also–I remember the tea party types making a big deal out of how they were not racists because they started to throw out some of the people with racist signs or shirts when they showed up at tea party rallies. The Romney/Ryan people didn't do the same because…?

    1. natl_[redacted]_cmdr

      Thank you for donating to Tammy! She's my Congressperson and will be my next Senator!

    2. viennawoods13

      Fisted vigorously for Tommy Thompson (R-Hold Me Now) . Damn, now I can't get it out of my head, so it's a good think that I like it
      ETA- I see the good Doktor came up with it first.

  26. sbj1964

    Here it is we took the good time to kill every last injun in the west,and for what so we can have a president that's darker than any injun?I am depressed. Now that's racist thank you Mel Brooks/Richard Pryor Blazing saddles

  27. BoroPrimorac

    Fuck the economy, healthcare and the social safety net. Who needs all that when you can have a white guy in charge again?

  28. elviouslyqueer

    the son of Wisconsin Senate candidate Tommy Thompson (R-Hold Me Now)

    You are killing me, Doc. What, was (R-Lies) too obvious?

    1. Doktor Zoom

      Sorry. I will have to admit to a regrettably superficial awareness of the Thompson Twins oeuvre. Recognized the song once it played, but would not have been able to identify it as a TT tune.

      But ask me anything you want about the nearly-identical but (putatively) unrelated detectives from Tintin!

  29. LibertyLover

    Ann Coulter's new book is all about how there hasn't been racism in this country since they passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

    I would take her at her word, because some of her best friends are black.

  30. Esteev

    That shirt could be interpreted any number of ways. I mean, it's not like he's caring a burning cross…

    Political correctness is ruining this country. In a similar vein, so is plain ol' correctness. Ask Joe Biden.

  31. barto

    If the libruls would spend have as much time getting jobs as they do posing as racists we'd all be better off. Why must the wingnuts suffer so?!?

  32. Mojopo

    Pretty sure my browser thinks I'm a racist now, because I've been trying to figure out where the racist t-shirts come from. I won't share the links, but they're out there. Shirts like "white house" and much worse. Most of the "white house" t-shirts have Palin's face on the front – those are the easiest to find.

    My point is that these shirts are not new or hard to find. It is more than probable that this photo was NOT staged. Not that wingnuts give a shit about that, though…

  33. SayItWithWookies

    Well — Rand Paul and the RedStaters who say the 1964 Civil Rights Act is unconstitutional will be thrilled to learn they're just a bunch of liberal trolls. Hardly explains their success as Republicans, but that's probably because all the liberal trolls who register as Republicans to get these racists elected and such.

  34. James Michael Curley

    "wore a coat when he entered the rally, then stationed himself toward the back of the crowd (in front of the riser where the press photographers are stationed) and then removed his coat to expose the … " Someday I'm going to have a job where I don't have to read criminal activity indictments.

  35. emmelemm

    I love that when I see a My Little Pony header picture (are those actually My Little Ponies?), I know it's a Doktor Zoom post.

      1. MissTaken

        I made SorosBot watch a few episodes recently. He still hasn't forgiven me.

        BTW – Pinkie Pie is the bestest pony because she's crazy.

  36. a_pink_poodle

    I wonder how far things would have to go before people who claim they are infiltrators will say "Okay, maybe there's something wrong…"

  37. CommieDad

    Republicans aren't racist. They're plutocrats, have been for over 20 years. They discovered, however, that racisim is a good way to trick some people into voting against their interests. This is an idea that was implemented by Lee Atwater and his protege Karl Rove. It has worked.

  38. kingofmeh

    we should know that there is no race-baiting anymore in america. why, ann coulter recently wrote a book about how liberals are the real racists and provocateurs on race issues in a book she titled in a purely non-race baiting fashion: "mugged."

  39. Wile E. Quixote

    [blockquote]
    My guess is that this guy also wore a [strike]coat[/strike] set of Klan robes when he entered the rally, then stationed himself toward the back of the crowd (in front of the riser where the press photographers are stationed) and then removed his coat to expose the T-shirt, with the explicit purpose of having it photographed which proves that he's a Democrat because Robert Byrd was a Democrat and was in the Klan like 100 years ago which therefore makes the KKK a Democratic organization, just like ACORN.
    [/blockquote]

    Fix't that for ya Bob. C'mon man. If you're going to blame the liebrulz you've got to go all out, ya fucking pussy.

    My

  40. ttommyunger

    Just one reason Mein Kamf is so black-listed here: the Author cites the USA as an example to be admired followed in his Third Reich insofar as citizenship and race classifications are concerned. Look it up.

  41. RalphCrown

    Want to make a Repub head asplode? Ask why, if he's not a racist, he puts up with racist speech from the politicians and the real racists. They don't say a word or raise a finger. They're not racists, but they don't have a problem with their friends being racists.

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