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James Allsup, the president of Washington State University’s College Republicans, is one of the many precious darlings who have been outed after attending the Nazi Jamboree in Charlottesville over the weekend by the Twitter account Yes You’re Racist.

In response to this, WSU president Kirk Schulz issued a statement on Twitter directly condemning the rhetoric and violence at the march … and then following that up with some BS about how people with controversial viewpoints must be “heard” at universities. Which is odd, because I’m not convinced that there is anything in the Constitution about people having to actually listen to you.

Allsup is now claiming that he is being unfairly maligned as a racist, just because he went to a rally with a bunch of white supremacists, and was actually going to speak at that rally had it not been cut short. He says he is not “alt-right” but rather a paleoconservative with libertarian leanings. Ah yes, like Pat Buchanan.

“They have no proof that I’m a racist,” Allsup said. “They are slandering me and that I’m racist without evidence because I talk about history and I talk about American politics.”

Huh. You know, a lot of people talk about “history” and a lot of people talk about “American politics.” Probably most people, even, at one point or another. I know that I do both of those things quite regularly! I am quite sure that the simple act of talking about “history” and “American politics” in and of themselves is not what would lead anyone to believe that Allsup is a racist. Perhaps it was instead what Allsup says about “history” and “American Politics” that leads people to that particular conclusion. Perhaps it is also the fact that he showed up at a racist rally to help protect a statue of Robert E. Lee?

Just saying, don’t show up to a clown convention wearing a red nose and giant shoes and then be aghast that anyone thinks you are a clown.

Now, in the interest of being “fair” — let’s try and take him at his word for a moment and imagine that he came all the way to Virginia for totally not-racist reasons, to go to a rally hosted in part by Richard Spencer, a white supremacist Nazi. The fact that he did not at all consider the fact that participating in a rally consisting of hundreds of white men protecting a Confederate statue and throwing Nazi salutes contributed to a lot of people of color feeling absolutely terrified, still makes him, if not an out and proud racist, than at least the most inconsiderate human on the planet. And also a racist.

Allsup is far from the first person to be identified at the rally. Cole White of Berkeley, California, was swiftly identified, and subsequently lost his job at Top Dog, a hot dog fast food chain.

Peter Cvjetanovic, who “identifies” himself as a White Nationalist because he thinks that’s way classier sounding than “Nazi,” was also identified. He was very disappointed that a picture of him that went viral made him seem like an “angry racist.” Rather than, I suppose, the “perky racist” he normally is.

The lesson to be learned here? Actions have consequences! And attending a Nazi rally is a really poor way of sending the message ‘I am not a racist.’ In fact, one might even say that the base level not-racist thing to do is not attending nazi rallies, ever. It doesn’t even involve any effort beyond just “not going.” It is the laziest way possible to not end up with your picture blasted all over the internet identifying you as someone who attended a Nazi rally.

[RawStory]

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  • Zonath

    Proverbs 13:20. Something about the company you keep and all that…

    • Manders

      It’s like all these alleged Christians have never even picked up a Bible.

      • Three Finger Salute

        They have, but just the abridged Inbreeders’ Digest one with all the verses about stoning gays and sluts and the curse of (Ken) Ham, and none of that commie stuff about aiding the poor and welcoming the stranger.

    • Bobathonic

      Isn’t that in the Jewishy part of the bibble? Asking for not remotely a friend.

  • Professor Fate

    As the saying goes – Lie down with dogs, get up with fleas.
    Don’t want to be called a racist? Not hanging out with people who admit they are racists is a good first step.

  • Oblios_Cap

    From that picture, he had his period late this month.

    • Bobathonic

      But thankfully, he had it! Whew, what a relief, node a mien?

  • BadKitty904

    He was just following orders.

  • Iron Monkey

    Ignore all those hooded figures and goose-stepping brownshirts. I’m not with them, I just happened to be walking down the same street at the same time shouting the same slogans and wearing the same stupid baseball cap.

    • Creepoman

      And carrying the same Crate & Barrel tiki torch.

    • Werewolf

      It vasn’t me, it vas somevun else, und anyvay, I vas chust following orders.

  • blarg

    Good. I hope every last one of these little punks is forever-googleable as the Nazi scum they are. Good luck ever getting a job.

  • Oblios_Cap

    I don’t think I’ve ever met a “perky racist”.

    • blarg

      Tomi Lahren?

      • Lascauxcaveman

        Or some Prussian Blue videos? (With the sound off, would be best.)

        • blarg

          I think I remember hearing that those poor girls grew up and disavowed their hateful indoctrination. I think. I’m too afraid to google it at work.

    • Jennifer R

      Now I am thinking of Dork Tower and the perky goth character.

  • Painter of Goats

    “… a paleoconservative with libertarian leanings” by any other name still smells like a fucking racist.

  • Paleoconservative. I’m just leaving this word here…

    • Oblios_Cap

      Does that mean “caveman”?

      • Kids these days, with their newfangled putting the pointy rocks on sticks!

        • Creepoman

          And pointy hats on heads.

      • CAVEMEN LIBELZ!!1!!!!1111!!!

    • Creepoman

      Pale O’Conservative.

    • Vincent Ricola

      I had a friend who tried that diet, but she didn’t lose any weight at all… just her soul and all her money and friends and sexual intercourse options.

      • SnarkON

        A liberal diet is so much tastier. You can pretty much eat whatever you want, and a lot of it.

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    “They have no proof that I’m a racist,” Allsup said.

    Like his hero, I’m sure…

    https://pics.onsizzle.com/im-not-a-racist-steve-bannon-im-just-an-al-right-13687404.png

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      A dickweed — Brian Darling (I believe) — on MSNBC yesterday saying Breitbart was not a racist rag (hahahahahahahahaha) and that Bannon was not a bigot (again hahahahahahahahaha). The panel shut his shit down.

  • Vagenda of Rebel Scum

    Oh FFS Republicans, why do you have a problem calling yourselves racists? Just can the hypocrisy and lean in. It’s clearly not a problem with your base. Just be loud and proud.

    • laineypc

      kinda thought the Nazi flags were doing that

      • MAZS

        You would think so. It might be akin to complaining about a family member, but taking offense when someone outside your family says the same thing.

      • Vagenda of Rebel Scum

        I just don’t get why they don’t want to called racist. It’s like they’re ashamed, or something.

        • Beanz&Berryz

          They’d miss polite company.

        • efoveks

          They like to think they are just “pro white”. Life sucks when you see it as nothing more than a zero sum game.

    • Nazi Punchin’ Jack

      You’d think they’d just own it by now, racism is their main feature after all.

  • Indiepalin

    A paleoconservative is a scientist who spends his career sneaking into graveyards and digging up the bones of ex-pundits like William F. Buckley.

  • Nazi Punchin’ Jack

    “I’m not at this porn theater for the porn, I’m just here for the popcorn. Stop judging me!”

    • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist

      That’s not butter!

      • Nazi Punchin’ Jack

        In my opinion, it is and my opinion tops your facts, and tops my popcorn.

        • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist

          “Fake splooge!”

          • Nazi Punchin’ Jack

            It’s a false flag ejaculation.

      • Msgr_MΩment

        And that ain’t popcorn in that bucket.

    • Three Finger Salute

      “I just read Playboy Der Sturmer for the articles Stalag porn. Honest.”

    • Skeptical_thinker

      Didn’t work for Peewee Herman, won’t work for this dweeb.

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    Huh. You know, a lot of people talk about “history” and a lot of people talk about “American politics.” Probably most people, even, at one point or another. I know that I do both of those things quite regularly!

    So do I, come to think of it. Only I don’t do so at, you know, a rally for white supremacists FFS and TYVM…

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/5d3da0689f47ec4685678d31d8272f2e9aadfa01bce742eecc8eb870c745d9ec.jpg

  • Hemp Dogbane

    He’s just lacking in self-awareness.

  • Alex Grey

    Related: Florida Man, claims, among other things that, southerners are fed up with the SO unfair treatment of the Confederacy.

    In the week leading up to the rally, O’Brien wrote on his blog a post titled “Motivated to Fight: Southerners are reaching the point of no return” in which he said removal of Confederate monuments was the last straw for a beleagured class. He said events like Saturday’s rally “are only the beginning.”

    “After years of suffering depredations, the Southerner is now preparing for a fight,” he wrote. “If history is our guide, this will not end well for the Left.”

    Ahh, those who don’t learn from history…

  • I just go to the weed store for the free Willamette Weekly newspaper.

    • SnarkON

      …which you read for the articles.

      • Ill-Advised

        And “Free Will Astrology”–right more often than most economists, without being dismal.

  • Jgb979

    Yeah pat Buchanan = also a racist.

    It’s funny watching the 4chan cretins remember what it’s like to interact offline. There’s a reason your forbearers wore sheets.

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      “Wait, I said a thing, but when I said it, people’s heads turned towards me and they could see me! I DON’T LIKE REAL LIFE IT’S SCARY”

  • President in Exile Firefly

    “Some of my best friends are black,” added Allsup.

  • schmannity

    His excuse sounds like every pedophile Chris Hansen has ever confronted. Guess he lost on To Catch a Nazi Sympathizer.

  • Skwerl the Nazi Puncher

    “At first they came for the Nazis, and I claimed I was not one even though I willfully joined their rally and happily supported their message.”

  • Manders

    Look, declaring you are not racist is like giving yourself a nickname; you can’t do it. Sure, you can *try*. Maybe people will willingly call you “Studmuffin”; maybe nobody will disagree with your assessment of yourself. But if everyone insists on calling you “Twatwaffle” instead, the problem here is you, Twatwaffle.

  • Anna Rompage

    paleoconservative?

    What the fuck is that suppose to mean? He has the conservative leanings of a caveman?

  • IdRatherBeDancing

    Hey fellow Wonkers! did something happen this weekend where POS 45 proved how much he deserves that title? Anything at all happen? Been a bit since I have been here. Oh, and fuck that Allsup shit and all the other fucking Nazis who tried to make the genteel Commonwealth their hate site.

  • CogitoErgoBibo

    The Nazis are trying to set up a legal fund to sue Charlottesville. Because they are the victims and Charlottesville hasn’t been harmed enough.
    https://twitter.com/TheMadDimension/status/897172470695956484

    • efoveks

      Help! I cannot stop laughing!

    • cmd resistor

      Because they ” ________?”

      • CogitoErgoBibo

        We rudely cancelled their pep rally before it could begin. All the violence causing the Virginia State Police to declare an unlawful assembly and shut it down actually occurred before their permit time had arrived.

        • BadKitty904

          What with Americans dying in the streets and all…

      • Suttree

        were meany do-do poopy heads! And they didn’t protect us from ourselves. And we didn’t get to have our Nazi circle jerk of speeches.

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      LMAO — Let’s all hope for Rule 11 sanctions against this cowardly fuck who got tackled by a, gasp, girl. Real Supreme, bro.

    • Notreelyhelping

      Ve shall sue sie shit out of the Sudentenland!

  • The difference between a Bundy Conservative and a Paleo Conservative?

    Bundy conservative’s dildos are made of modern, non-toxic materials and the Paleo’s dildos are made from stone.

    http://www.salon.com/2016/01/13/the_oregon_militia_asked_supporters_for_survival_supplies_and_instead_they_got_dildos_lots_of_them/

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/a82a20f43490c0a8570006f88f8b170fa045625224236d60092b946c30efb99e.jpg

  • HazooToo

    Standing next to racists, doing the same thing they do, and saying racist things obviously doesn’t mean you are a racist, guys, that’s not proof because reasons. We should wait for him to sign a detailed confession that he is a racist, and then we can call him a racist

    • Suttree

      If any of them were sociology majors that might be a valid excuse. But really they are just fucking liars.

      • HazooToo

        Today’s excuses are the dumbest fucking things, I don’t understand how anyone lets them get away with that shit

  • Lyly Sirivong

    White supremacist LIBELZ !!!

  • Resistance Fighter Callyson

    Allsup — who has 14,000 Twitter followers and 145,000 YouTube subscribers

    The Twitter is still active apprently, as is the YouTube, just in case anyone feels like using some First Amendment remedies.

    OK OK, with votes. Or, in this case, with common sense and human decency FFS.

  • BadKitty904
  • efoveks

    Dear Mr. Schulz,

    How do you feel about people yelling “Fire!” in a theater when there is no fire? Did you know that that is illegal? How about burning the flag or eating your own boogers? Both legal!

    My point? Not all speech is free, especially when it comes to protecting the public peace, and not all legal acts are moral. In fact, some of them are disgusting and society frowns upon people doing them. Society is even FREE to condemn those immoral and disgusting acts, just as it is free to express its condemnation.

    Perhaps Mr. President of the College Republicans needs to pick better friends. Perhaps the WSU President could exercise some good– if not common– sense.

    Also to both: GET OFF MY LAWN!!!

  • schmannity

    Paleoconservatives are slightly to the right of the Cro-Magnon Conservatives.

    • efoveks

      Ah, you answered my question.

    • Three Finger Salute

      What about the South Beach conservatives and the Atkins Conservatives?

    • Msgr_MΩment

      Neither will have anything to do with Java Man Conservatives.

    • Skwerl the Nazi Puncher

      That’s because they are as smrt as rocks

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      WTF is that? A diet? The flip side of neo-liberal? Enquiring minds want to know.

      • specialcircumstances

        I think it’s a subset of cannablism where you only eat liberals.

        • Three Finger Salute

          Cannibalism would mean you eat your own species. Paleoconservatives eating liberals would mean a feral pack of lesser primates gnawing on intelligent life.

  • Ryan Denniston

    ““They have no proof that I’m a racist,”
    Allsup said. “They are slandering me and that I’m racist without
    evidence because I talk about history and I talk about American
    politics.”

    I do suppose it would be wrong to demand a transcript of the speech to be delivered.

    • MrTusks

      Are you going to trust the LYING MEDIA just because they reproduce the things I say in public??

  • OneYieldRegular

    You know, if you don’t want to be thought of as a racist, then don’t be a racist (and don’t hang out with people waving Nazi and Confederate flags).

    • cmd resistor

      Or going all the way across the country to join them.

  • Jamoche

    Well, he could always release the text of the speech he was going to give, I’m sure that’ll clear everything right up.

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      You assume literacy — that’s cute ;-)

  • BadKitty904
    • Skwerl the Nazi Puncher

      That’s because they’ve gone full Nazi!

      • BadKitty904

        It kinda nice, actually, to see the GOP finally cast off its long-held pretense of loving America and its liberties.

  • Skwerl the Nazi Puncher

    I’m not a barfly. I only go to the bar at after work and drink until closing time five days a week.

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      I am not a himbo — I just troll Grindr and Scruff hoping to get laid 24/7.

      • The Wanderer

        Interesting!

      • Jeffery Campbell

        I’m sorry is that a problem? AFAF.

        • IdRatherBeDancing

          lol — I think NOT!

      • specialcircumstances

        I had to look up himbo. thank you for the lolz

  • one_who_wanders

    The best part of this is that he is the head of Washington State University’s College Republicans. Which surprises me not at all but will cause lots of pearl clutching among certain highly strung Republicans.

    • Spotts1701, Nothingburger Chef

      The “angry racist” guy is also a College Republican. His chapter has been working hard to scrub any photo, mention or reference to him from their online presence and then tried to get ahead of the wave by denouncing “the alleged actions” of “one of our members”.

      • Manders

        “Alleged”? I mean, there’s photographic evidence. This ain’t a court of law, folks. He was there. He SAYS he was there.

  • Khavrinen

    Maybe he heard they were serving those cakes we like?

    Nah, still racist.

    • Nazi Punchin’ Jack

      Him, or those cakes we like?

      • Jeffery Campbell

        Clearly, this goober showed up for the canned clams.

        • Snark Tank Full of Resistance

          Clearly, he’s a MONSTER!

      • foiled again

        Nazi cakes fuck off!

  • Suttree

    “They have no proof that I’m a racist” is a rather weak defense. Did you travel 3,000 miles to a Nazi rally because you really wanted to take in the sights of historic Charlottesville?

    • Three Finger Salute

      He sure didn’t walk 3,000 miles just to fall down at a biracial girlfriend’s door.

      Ba-da-da-ba… Ba-da-da-ba… Ba-da-da-ba-da-da, ba-da-da-ba-da-ba, da…

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbNlMtqrYS0

  • OddMan

    And another of the young assholes was disowned by his own father.

    https://twitter.com/Marxian_Theory/status/897176699162337280

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      Oh Pewdiepie, how far you’ve fallen.

    • Vincent Ricola

      His parents are most definitely not proud.

      • OneWhiteWhisker

        I feel so bad for them. It’s not their fault he turned out to be so horrible. They’re doing the right thing though, as much as I’m sure it hurts them.

    • BadKitty904

      Good.

    • Suttree

      Ouch. I hope it was worth it for you Peteboy.

    • foiled again

      Scary crazy Nazi-eyes. Chilling.

  • Nazi Punchin’ Jack

    Since is was asked, here’s the Google machine’s answer:

    pa·le·o·con·serv·a·tive
    ˌpālēōkənˈsərvədiv/
    noun
    North American
    noun: paleo-conservative; plural noun: paleo-conservatives; noun: paleoconservative; plural noun: paleoconservatives
    a person who advocates old or traditional forms of conservatism; an extremely right-wing conservative.

    So, yeah, your basic nazi.

    • ltmcdies

      oh…I thought maybe they advocated living in caves eating leaves and clubbing their dinner as in the olden times.

      • Querolous

        Aren’t they the ones who hunt Mammoths?

  • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

    One would think that a group of guys who claim to be into “history” would realize that people with names like “Peter Cvjetanovic” wouldn’t be welcome among the actual Nazis.

    Jesus Christ guys, the Nazis killed more Slavs than they killed Jews, and murdering Jews was like their signature move.

    • laughingnome

      Unfortunately some slavs did go Nazi.

      • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

        True, but again, a history person should know what happened to them. Stalin’s punishment for the Cossacks was grim, even by his standards.

        • laughingnome

          I was thinking of the Croatian Ustashe. But, you’re right, Nazi orthodoxy saw slavs as untermenschen

    • Bub, the cynical zombie

      There was actually a Yugoslav Waffen SS division – 13th Waffen Mountain Division of the SS Handschar (1st Croatian).
      Most of the troops were Bosnian Muslims, with some Catholic Serbs. They swore an oath of loyalty to Hitler and the Croatian puppet leader Ante Pavelić. I’m sure this guy would have fit right in.

  • Anna Rompage

    If you hang out with the nazis, and party with the nazis, and your friends are nazis, and you march with the nazis, and you yell nazi slogans, and are a speaker at a nazi event, you’re probably a fucking nazi….

  • jesterpunk

    If he walks like a Nazi, salutes like a Nazi, has a swastika like a Nazi and attends a Nazi rally to speak to Nazis I am pretty sure that makes him a Nazi.

    • foiled again

      Or a duck.

      https://youtu.be/u2Gm_Q2qSMc

      By the way, the swastika-shaped everything in this cartoon still makes me roar w/ gales of laughter, particularly the trees.

      • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

        Even the clouds!

        And fuck me if that isn’t the catchiest song ever.

        • foiled again

          When Nazis run amok, as they often do, viewing this cartoon really does help.

      • Eileen Besse

        THANK YOU for this.

  • The Wanderer

    Let them speak. Just have a helicopter orbit overhead to drown them right the fuck out.

  • WotsAllThisThen

    So the guy is a Nazi. And a president of his local chapter of college republicans. But I repeat myself.

    • Skwerl the Nazi Puncher

      The curtain has been pulled back.

    • laughingnome

      Ad nazium

      • Toomush_Inferesistance

        Did you eat the White Supreme first?…

  • Ryan Denniston

    It’s almost as if a generation that lived in comments sections of web sites suddenly crawled out of basements and are shocked to find the comments section is not like the real world. Weird right?

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      It is nice that, in the midst of seeing these people all over the internet and how they seem to dominate discourse, they occasionally emerge to remind everyone of how actually pathetic they really are.

      • Three Finger Salute

        When you think of how a New York Nazi tweeted and memed his way into the White House, I can’t be the only one who’s come to the conclusion that social media was a bigly bad idea.

    • Ryan Denniston

      By the way, thanks bros for totally ruining my early experiences with the internet and local news when I was in my teens. That swore me off comments for a long time.

      • WotsAllThisThen

        And to think, it all started with an argument over Kirk vs Picard.

        • Ωbjectifier

          Han shot first.

          • Three Finger Salute

            emacs sucks! vi or go home!

          • Eileen Besse

            But he did not shoot the deputy.

      • Caepan

        I believe that’s also why Wonkette does not allow comments also, too.

      • chortlingdingo

        Yeah, this is about the only place where I read the comments, and there aren’t even any comments allowed!

      • Persistent Demme

        Wonkette was the first place I read comments on, (you used to have to “audition.”)
        I thought most places were like this.
        I was wrong.
        Really, really wrong.

    • Creepoman

      Which is why I’m so glad they don’t allow comments here!

    • Three Finger Salute

      #1 lesson to be learned from this year: the Internet was a mistake

    • Jamoche
      • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

        That seems unlikely as fuck, but I love every word of it.

      • Ryan Denniston
      • (((fka_donnie_d)))

        Fascism has always attracted cowards who cannot do anything themselves and need to be in a large group to start any shit. That’s what their pathetic fasces is really about.

    • They’ve stayed in their Safe Space so long that they thought they really DID own the world and this is what happens when they emerge blinking into the light. It’s always projection with them, of course, because that’s what they say about campus Leftism.

  • jesterpunk

    Isnt a libertarian just a republican who doesnt want to be called a republican? He is even doing that wrong by being the head of the college republican group.

    • Suttree

      Republican that smokes pot.

      • BadKitty904

        Pretty much.

      • Three Finger Salute

        Atheist Republican who smokes pot but gives atheists a bad name.

  • Lascauxcaveman

    Heh, he “Cooged it.”

    Way to represent your school, young master racist. Own it, asshole!

    – A Proud Husky

    • specialcircumstances

      knowing plenty of coogs I’m enjoying this comment

      • Lascauxcaveman

        I know some Coogs who are just fine, lovely people. Friends, even.

        Still, would you want your sister to marry one?

        • specialcircumstances

          I too know lots of lovely coogs. Except the school can really go f*ck (with votes!) itself as my info ended up on that hard drive….
          Not too worried, sis is (mostly likely) marrying a good liberal by way of the university of Montana. It’s really a small world I guess. Or something.

  • Three Finger Salute

    You know, I’m really beginning to think Lincoln made a yuge mistake in trying to make this arranged marriage work. Staying together for the kids has proven to be a bigly bad idea. Maybe we should allow for conscious uncoupling: a Mason-Dixit, a Calexit, New Mexico going back to Old Mexico (Mexit), and for the Cascadians to become Canadians, while New England simultaneously goes off with New Britain.

    All that would need to be done is to have the normal places implement an immediate refugee resettlement program for the minorities and liberals stuck behind the Covfeferate Curtain. If they like their backwards hick state, they can have their backwards hick state. I’m not even really kidding anymore. America is frozen, and we need to Let Them Go.

    • Oblios_Cap

      Can’t we send them all to the shitty areas away from the beaches?

      • Three Finger Salute

        Well, a lot of them are also jammed into the Dust Belt, so there’s that. I suppose it might be possible to have a repatriation arrangement where blacks get New Africa carved out of what was once Dixieland and the tumbleweed states get to be rechristened as New Klansas. Actual Kansas gave up on rainbows and Judy Garland a looooooong time ago.

    • But who gets the nukes? You want New Confederacy to have their share?

      • Three Finger Salute

        Nobody. The UN handles the divorce arbitration, and the US disarms as a condition of the post-nuptial agreement.

      • Snark Tank Full of Resistance

        They’ll probably have to sell the nukes to feed their populace…

    • Toomush_Inferesistance

      Bad idea – I’m not giving up Michigan…

    • chortlingdingo

      Look, I like Texas, and I don’t want them to have it. Just kick out all those fuckers to their own little special kid island.

  • Toomush_Inferesistance

    See, if they had only had some inexpensive method of protecting their identities. I heard that, once upon a time, folks used to use some kind of cloth, like a sheet, and just cut holes in it to see out of. It was both inexpensive and effective. Win/win!…

    • jesterpunk

      Kind of funny semi OT story. When I was younger I worked in a convenience store in the morning, one day during the morning coffee rush a guy came in with a black plastic trash bag over his head without any holes cut in it and the draw strings holding it over his head to rob the place. We gave him the money in the register and he ran out the door and tripped over a cop car that just pulled up to get their morning coffee. The cop got out, cuffed him and arrested him and said “You have got to be fucking kidding me”. He put the guy in the back of the car and came in to get everyone statement, the recording from the cameras and his coffee before taking the guy to jail.

      • Toomush_Inferesistance

        What? No donut?…

        • jesterpunk

          He didnt get a donut, I dont think he liked donuts though I never saw him eat one the whole time I worked there.

          • Toomush_Inferesistance

            They’ve got a bakery place in Michigan called “Cops & Donuts”. It’s wildly successful. They may open a second place…

  • exinkwretch
    • Edith Prickly

      I was just thinking the same thing.

    • writersbloc

      1998! Wow.

    • NastyBossetti

      I’ve been thinking of this article all day.

  • The Librarian

    How can it be slander, when it’s true?
    How can it not be racist when your Seig Heiling all over the place?
    How can there be no evidence when your picture with your tiki torch is all over the internet?

    How are you even in college when you’re this stupid?

    • Major_Major_Major

      3 letters- MBA

    • ziggywiggy

      I’d guess these same people would tell women don’t take a naked picture if you don’t want everyone to see it.

  • Ωbjectifier

    Man goes to the barber and says, “give me the Himmler’.

    • Major_Major_Major

      A cyanide digestif?

      • Ωbjectifier

        Eet ess wafer thin!

  • TheGrandWazoo2

    Why does auto-correct keep changing Allsup to asshole?

    • BadKitty904

      Karma?

    • Creepoman

      Siri knows they are entirely interchangeable.

  • MynameisBlarney

    In case y’all missed this in the other thread.

    Jim Acosta just called out the tiny-fingered bastard.

    https://www.democraticunderground.com/1017452405

    • Vincent Ricola

      Jim Acosta is so over this bullshit. Good on him.

    • BadKitty904

      He challenged the Traitor to a duel? Donnie’s stubby lil’ digits couldn’t reach a trigger.

    • TheGrandWazoo2

      Trump just can’t pass up an opportunity to be an embarrassment to all of us.

    • Let’s hope it starts a trend. I’d like to see trump have to deal with a demanding press at every open mic.

      • Pilotshark

        with question like,
        what do you think about president pence..oops i mean vp pence hiring a campaign stagiest as chief of staff?

      • Three Finger Salute

        I’ve always thought that the president should have a Question Period before the members of Congress like is done in the Westminister system — in addition to, not instead of, the media scrums. But, that would mean, horror of horrors, England, Australia and even those communists in Canada do things better than we do.

    • BigCSouthside

      Just once, and I’d pay to see this, after one of those “fake news” comments from the First Dingleberry, I want Acosta to go off on a rant that begins with “You know what, motherfucker?”

    • therblig

      fucking orange turd.

  • Anna Rompage

    Looks like the rapture has started, and in Arizona of all places….

    “Fleas in Arizona test positive for the plague”

    • BadKitty904

      Well, the GOP has been pushing for a Dark Ages, so why not?

    • Zonath

      I wouldn’t be too worried; plague was only found in the sample they took at Joe Arpaio’s de-lousing.

    • ltmcdies

      so…how much of a budget cut for the CDC again…

    • clubseal

      Meh. Where I live in Northern California at some of the campgrounds there are signs that have long warned not to feed the squirrels because they might carry the plague. We fed them anyway, but I have yet to see Death playing chess, so…

    • therblig

      ms. blig hates when i use the words “bolus” and “bubos”. not her night tonight.

      probably not mine, either.

    • Skwerl the Nazi Puncher

      I thought Arizona was a hotbed for the plague.
      seriously.

      • Ωbjectifier

        Yep, nothing new. Prairie dog colonies in northern AZ mostly.

      • And NM from what i understand. I have a dear theatre friend who moved there many years ago and informed me it was very Elizabethan what with plague and all.

  • Fitzgerald Chesterfield

    This poor dear just wanted to make friends, but he ended up drenched in irritants.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/05dfc836a8a494fc9c0b7be4516b17eb6908f4de90653a191aedb364fbe33651.png

    RT-D story

    • Spotts1701, Nothingburger Chef

      Defend “white” history. That pretty much says it all there, chief.

      • Skwerl the Nazi Puncher

        Well he probably did eat a lot of white lead paint chips as a child.

        • Bobathonic

          I bet he didn’t even share them.

    • ltmcdies

      I hate to point out but I think those Nazis from the 30’s would have disowned this bunch of whiny babies…

      • Hannelore Maxwell

        Yes, but the Nazis of the 20’s weren’t taken serious either.
        And then they became the Nazis of the 30’s.

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      “Defending white history” = “Defending confederate iconography.” And vice versa.

      For anyone who needed confirmation of where this is all coming from, look no further.

      • Toomush_Inferesistance

        Now, to be honest “white history” needs a lot of defending. Or apologizing for….

    • Khavrinen

      “his clothes had been drenched in an unknown chemical weapon.”

      “SEE?!? crank magnetism is Chemtrails are real!!”

    • BigCSouthside

      GOD DAMMIT THERE IS NO FUCKIN WHITE HISTORY! FUCK!

      • clubseal

        Well, there is, but there’s also the history of everyone else too. Called by most of us just “history.”

      • HorseChestnut

        Or, white history is the history of subjugation, exploitation, dominance, and hate. I don’t think there’s any positive white history. White History Month would be useful, but only to remind everyone of all the horrifying shit done to define and preserve “whiteness.”

        • chortlingdingo

          Even what people consider to be “positive” white history, like invention and discovery, usually come with a big heaping side of discrimination, thievery, and genocide.

    • elviouslyqueer

      “defend white history, advocate our rights to exist, and to make friends.”

      “Hey guys! Let’s go to this awesome racist party, yell about being genocided for being white, and then head to the nearest bar and catch some football! Sound good?”

    • Carpe Vagenda

      Not an expert in making friends, but the few I do have I didn’t make a gunpoint.

    • Beanz&Berryz

      I wonder how many ladies he got there in his underpants.

      • IdRatherBeDancing

        I am confident ZERO here and any other time to infinity.

    • clubseal

      He got naked and everyone “sprayed” him? Maybe he accidentally went to the bukkake rally. I’m not sure if that’s the correct spelling, but I’m not going to look it up on my work computer.

    • BadKitty904

      Caucasians in this country really don’t seem to enjoy being a minority.

      • BosGrl

        I was just thinking about Ferguson and doing O.o.

    • NastyBossetti

      It’s so sad. Can’t a white man even make friends in America anymore?!

      • Fitzgerald Chesterfield

        I don’t even try any more

    • Snark Tank Full of Resistance

      Fears had stripped down to only his underpants because he said his clothes had been drenched in an unknown chemical weapon.”

      In most of the US, we call that “chemical weapon” by it’s scientific name: “Water.”

      • Major_Major_Major

        Except for the pants, which were doused in urine. At least the front.

      • Fitzgerald Chesterfield

        he knew it was only a matter of time before the soap came out

      • Three Finger Salute

        DIHYDROGEN MONOXIDE!!!!

    • Mehmeisterjr

      He was there to “make friends?”

      Has this dumbass even seen “Friends?”

    • chortlingdingo

      What a dickbag. I’m in San Antonio where, guess what, white people aren’t the majority, and it’s totally cool. Not even remotely an issue. Who even thinks about shit like that?

  • Edith Prickly

    All these broflakes are oh so sensitive about being called Nazis…
    http://gizmodo.com/why-are-neo-nazis-on-twitter-so-scared-of-being-called-1797793858

  • Sekhmet1

    Someone argued on FB (comment thread under a Raw Story article) that it was “libellous” to name and shame attendees at the rally. Er, no. That’s called stating a fact. Just like it’s not “libel” to screenshot and post someone’s exact words. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/ce91f176bb0132ccf897e275019a2ec8caff624a26e26e08dff35b0b98699733.jpg

  • OneYieldRegular

    I can imagine exactly these kinds of pathetic excuses coming from the mouths of the Germans who smashed the windows of Jewish storefronts – had anyone ever been able to call them on that.

    Addendum: the creator of Godwin’s Law has said today that this is one time when it’s completely appropriate to suspend his law and refer to Nazis as Nazis.

  • Mavenmaven

    People who respond to ads like “Meet Nazi Women Near You” are generally Nazis, just saying.

    • laughingnome

      How about the Meet Nasty Women Near You? Those are still cool I hope.

      • Red Bird

        That would make you a nasty boy.

        • Khavrinen

          So call her “Miss Jackson”?

  • jesterpunk

    Nazis are losing another place online.

    https://twitter.com/discordapp/status/897170310348263426

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      Words you’ll never see Twitter say, that’s for certain.

      • jesterpunk

        They would have to start with PeeOTUS.

  • lowenufc

    Oh boo hoo, instead of thinking these guys are assholes, now we know they are assholes.
    Boo hoo unintended consequences.

  • Edith Prickly

    A reminder that Tim “Baked Alaska” Gionet was responsible for this:
    https://youtu.be/GHqd0OV15iI

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      I have no words for this! I am shocked these fucksticks are able to breath much less kinda organize a hate rally.

  • Anna Rompage

    I cannot believe there is so much wasted white privilege at that event…

    All those racially pure white folks, with such great horizons ahaed of them, and all they can do is bitch and moan about how women and minorities have a harder time find jobs, and often times at lower pay…

    Talk about a bunch of snowflake cucks…

  • laughingnome

    Dear Ann Landers,

    If I see a classmate is at a Nazi rally on the internet doing Seig Heils and wearing Nazi garb, can I turn him down when he asks me out to the dance on Friday night because he’s a Nazi?

    Wondering in Ohio

    • Creepoman

      Dear Wondering,

      After responding to similar letters from Ohio, Texas, and Washington State, it seems you may have found a real life Nazi – also look for further warning signs, including khaki pants, a white polo shirt, and tiki-soot-stained fingers. While I recommend that you turn him down in the most direct manner possible, keep on eye on your drink because this fucker is packing roofies.

      Best,

      Ann

      • Also, punch that nazi.

        • House0fTheBlueLights

          Sadly I had just stuck a cracker in mouth when I read this. Wasn’t pretty, but omg thanks for the laugh.

  • NastyBossetti

    Fellow Wonketteers, it appears we are all racists. I have witnessed many (ok, ALL) of you discussing both history AND American politics right here in the hallowed – and not allowed – comments of this very website. What do you have to say for yourselves?!

  • Greg Comlish

    Top Dog? For Real? That is fucking hilarious for like 8 reasons. The blistering loserdom, the flaccid weiner references, the stupid hats they make their employees wear. The fact that Mr. Master Race just got kicked off the very bottom rung of the economic ladder.

    Are we sure Cole White isn’t that Relampago Furioso guy who wrote those fry cook fantasy webcomics about how the women at his work think he’s a piece of shit so he goes to Thailand to bang some prostitutes?

    Honestly, I don’t even know where to start with this guy.

    • IdRatherBeDancing

      But he’s white — so, supreme!

    • SDGeoff3

      Could sign-flipping be next?

    • Josh Winkelstein

      Quite a while ago I lived in Berkeley and often ate at TopDog. Good stuff. Nothing wrong with the hot dogs, Yummy! And now Nick Nazi has to find a new job. Sounds A-OK to me.

    • Three Finger Salute

      I thought that was Billo with Those Who Trespass.

    • House0fTheBlueLights

      I hear there are agriculture field jobs going begging in California bc the master race kicked out all the farm workers.

      • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

        Those so-called “Master Race” jacktards wouldn’t last twenty minutes doing what the kicked-out farm works were doing.

  • clubseal

    Jeez, Pat Buchanan mentions a few thousand times the horror of white people not being the majority if they don’t start reproducing more, and suddenly he’s a racist.

    • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

      Fat PukeCannon can go off and die in a vote-fire.

      I always wanted to say that. Because it’s how I feel.

      • clubseal

        How is he still alive, anyway? Preservatives?

        • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

          He is an old asshole. They just go on sucking for fucking ever.

  • BosGrl

    So these people want to keep their jobs or status or whatever, but if you’re gay in many places in America, it’s OK to fire you.

    • Suttree

      It’s different when it affects MEEEEEE!

    • NastyBossetti

      Hate is totally cool. Love is gross and icky.

      • BadKitty904

        Yeah, that Jesus guy didn’t know what he was talking about. You know how those Jews are…

        • Bobathonic

          No doubt he was dressing up as a Roman sympathizer.

        • Khavrinen

          That’s always been a bit of a head-scratcher for me:
          “Yeah, I’m like 100% Christian, that’s why I hate the Jews so much.” Did they miss the whole part about the Crown of Thorns being part of mocking him as “King of the Jews”, or what?

          • BadKitty904

            Yes. Yes, they did.

          • Penny Dreadful Says Cats

            No, no, the Jews KILLED Jesus. Remember? Because he was…not Jewey enough, or something.

          • Khavrinen

            Technically, the Romans said, “Hey, you want we should off dis guy?”, and the Jews said “Yes, please”, which is why all Christians hate Jews and Romans equally to this day.

      • Résistance Land Shark Ω

        “Love is gross and icky because we don’t know what it feels like.”

        • Bobathonic

          *NOW* those sluts will be wanting our peens.

    • Shanzgood

      Or if your employer doesn’t like your reproductive choices.

      • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist

        Which is why I’m not giving my illustrator money to Hobby Lobby anymore ( Don’t do anything shitty, Michael’s, you’re all I’ve got!)

  • calliecallie

    Turns out khakis and a white polo shirt are probably not going to be the Klan robes after all.

    • BadKitty904

      It’s the uniform of most waiters Down Here.

  • DesertedPictures

    https://static.independent.co.uk/s3fs-public/thumbnails/image/2016/01/01/18/Nazis.jpg

    I’m sure the 26th guy from the right, middle lane wasn’t a nazi either. He just really liked marching choreography: How dare you make assumptions about him!

    • laughingnome

      You gotta hand it to them. The uniforms were very stylish.

      • DesertedPictures

        Hugo Boss was a very good brand. Still is. Did they ever pay the price for that, I wonder?

        • Three Finger Salute

          The new crop wears Yugo Boss, an Ivanka knockoff brand.

          • (((fka_donnie_d)))

            Did you hear about the womens’ line? Yugo girl

      • Khavrinen

        Wearing Nazi uniforms because you think they look Faaabulousss many not turn out well for you …

      • Shanzgood

        I know I base my choice of hate groups on how stylish the uniforms are. Only reason I’m not a Nazi is I don’t look good in polo shirts.

        • laughingnome

          I would have been a Maoist but the uniforms were so awful and drab.

          • Shanzgood

            And those flats! No arch support whatsoever! Marching is impossible!

        • Spotts1701, Nothingburger Chef

          I mean, if I’m going to go on a campaign of oppression, genocide and terror I can’t look like I just rolled out of bed in yesterday’s feldgrau.

          • thixotropic jerk

            Shades of Anders Breivik fashionista and also, too: mass murderer.

        • kareemachan

          I just can’t believe the article’s author thought white polo shirts were sexy.

          [gagamaggot]

          • Persistent Demme

            I guess it’s a little sexier, (and warmer), than a “wife beater.”

        • Christopher Story

          Nobody looks good in polo shirts! It’s a damn conspiracy, I tell you. A true abomination of clothing. The Kraft American Slices pasteurized imitation cheese product of garments.

      • Jamoche
        • Persistent Demme

          Love this!

    • Three Finger Salute

      Pictured: The Million Moron March.

    • House0fTheBlueLights

      There was also some coercion involved here.

  • Old town Urbandale

    Just saying, don’t show up to a clown
    convention wearing a red nose and giant shoes and then be aghast that
    anyone thinks you are a clown.

    Or as my dad would say, “Lie down with the dogs, get up with fleas.” Hopefully the bubonic plague fleas mentioned downthread.

  • Jamoche

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/charlottesville-suspect-court_us_5991ad4fe4b09096429878ec

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/charlottesville-suspect-court_us_5991ad4fe4b09096429878ec (Autoplay vid)

    James Alex Fields, Alleged Charlottesville Attacker, Appears In Court
    “Fields, who wore a striped jumpsuit and often looked down at his feet, told the courtroom that he works for Securitas, a security company”

    Wonder how long it’ll be before the verb there is “worked”.

    “The public defender’s office declined to represent Fields because someone in the office was involved in Saturday’s crash, although details were not immediately available.”

    Oh my.

    • BadKitty904

      Boy, you inna HEAP-a trubba…

    • Dr. Rrrrrobotnik

      Oh wow. The PD’s office is full of people who took a peanuts salary and a job where they constantly lose in order to help people in need.

      To hear that even *they* won’t represent you says a lot.

      • Suttree

        Maybe the Heritage Foundation or Liberty Council can help him out.

    • Ωbjectifier

      A mall ninja. Figures.

      • Yellerduck

        Need to do a background check to see if he ever hit anyone with his Segway.

    • Bobathonic

      So what happens when a PD’s office is all conflict of interested? Does the Commonwealth have to pay for a private attorney? The guy IS entitled to a defense (assuming he meets the hardship requirements, a public one).

      (I believe a lot of jurisdictions get local pro bono public defense from local milk people private attorneys. I may just be an old, though.)

    • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

      So, that security company, “Securitas” serves secure hot dogs?

  • Manhattan123

    You fuck one goat and immediately you’re labeled a goat-fucker.

    • House0fTheBlueLights

      Really, all you have to use is the “but you fuck one goat! part.

      • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

        Just one goat? That’s Monogoatomy.

        • chicken thief

          Not everyone kids around, ya know….

          • thixotropic jerk

            This whole thread is so derogoatory…

          • Querolous

            You could it’s capricious.

          • FlownΩver

            Ewe said it!

  • chicken thief

    So those guys would rather try to deny that they are racists over admitting that they are Jews working for Soros?

  • IdiokraticCulturalMarxist

    Allsup comes from a wonderful family, with only the finest blood and soil, and a long history of bein’ patriots. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/685b5fc34cb45f70d0859558c460bc3be478901a8a1f568b4f111a2cc7576ea7.jpg

    • BadKitty904

      Too many teeth.

      • thixotropic jerk

        The artist gave them flippers* for the pose

        *flippers, I learned while being forced to watch one of those pedo-pageant TV shows, are fake teeth

  • SayItWithWookies

    If these guys lose their jobs, I hear there’s a cash prize for World’s Whiniest Nazi – they might want to look into that, because they’re some serious contenders.

    • Three Finger Salute

      They’re not going to lose their jobs. They’ll find new ones on the wingnut welfare train at Fox, Breitbart, Daily Caller, The Blaze, all the usual “mainstream” outlets from the Goebbels Media Broadcasting Group. A subsidiary of Sinclair LLC.

      • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

        Not very many of those jacktards would be qualified to work for the RWNJ media outlets. Even the jacktard listeners would grow tired listening to 100% grunts and farts. The idiots have to be able to spew a distant facsimile of English, say about 30% or so, along with the 70% grunts and farts. That renders the vast majority of those jacktards perpetually jerbless.

        • Yellerduck

          And to think, DT just jumped right over that hurdle and into the White House.

  • Suttree

    So I wonder if these guys are at the bar right now having chicks beg to have sex with them. Ya know, cause they like bad boys.

    • FukuiSanYesOta

      My guess? No.

      But then I have a peen and bitches be cray-cray, amirite?

      Disregard previous sentence. I think women are far too canny to fuck these loons.

    • BadKitty904

      They should a gang. “Hell’s Accountants” or something…

      • FukuiSanYesOta

        “Nebraska”s slightly miffed janitors”

        • kareemachan

          Or from hearing who some of the participants were, “Ohioans with shit-for-brains”

        • BadKitty904

          “Self-martyred Montanans”

          • FukuiSanYesOta

            Editrix libelz?

        • IdiokraticCulturalMarxist

          Morons of the Corn.

      • BreakingDeadMen

        Hell’s Grannies’ Grandbabies

      • divegrl

        They have.

      • thixotropic jerk

        “Hell’s Melty Snowflakers”

      • FlownΩver

        “Fire, Fury and JimmyJohn’s”

        • thixotropic jerk

          Made me chuckle

    • Shanzgood

      “Ooh, you’re a Nazi?! That’s so hot! Take me home with you so we can make a bunch more white babies!”

      Yeah, I bet they hear that a lot.

      • OrG in London

        Bet they hear “your tater tots are done” a lot more.

        • Vagenda and Pee-ara

          I bet tbey hear “Jesus christ, when are you going to clean your room, and do you ever plan on moving out of this house? Your father and I are worried about you, you need to grow up,” a lot more often.

          • Shanzgood

            From the hallway: “What’s that smell?”

          • Christopher Story

            No, these are the mothers who taught their sons that they are perfect and worthy in all the ways and it’s somebody else’s fault that the world doesn’t recognize their greatness.

        • NastyBossetti

          I wish I heard that a lot more. Tater tots are delicious.

        • OrdinaryJoe

          More like a note that says “I got tired of waiting for you to come home from your TikiTorch Club. Your Hot Pockets are in the microwave, go nuke them yourself. Mom”

      • Bub, the cynical zombie
        • IdiokraticCulturalMarxist

          “I’d be complicit with you anyday, baby.”

        • Blackest Noobs

          she’s probably thinking why did i marry the Jewish Alfalfa….why oh why.

          • Dutchman

            Jewish Alfalfa…..LMAO…..I am so stealing that.

          • Three Finger Salute

            I hear Sophie started training with Laila Ali after that meeting took place in February. On Valentine’s Day of all things…

        • Christopher Story

          It’s the forbidden fruit angle. I watched Ann Coulter get so flirty with a black activist years ago on Larry King Live that I felt uncomfortable for the guy.

        • Three Finger Salute

          And to think, he actually says sorry for things the country did wrong. He is one hot fuck — eh, “cuck”.

      • THIS IS WHAT 4CHAN NAZIS ACTUALLY BELIEVE WILL HAPPEN

        • Shanzgood

          Their dicks are still chapped tho.

    • The Rain in Spain’s Therapist

      “Tell me more about that sexy basement you live in, bad boy! You sell hot dogs? My ovaries are screaming!”

      • “well, since you asked, most nights I sit all alone in my basement, searching the internet for information supporting my nazi beliefs whilst caressing cold steel with my weathered hands. Cold steel means my gun, by the way. Not my penis, because we’re not allowed to jack off unless a pretty girl like you is close by. Having said, u DTF-er-I mean-wanna come to my place and help preserve the white race???”

      • IdiokraticCulturalMarxist

        “Picture yourself in Xanadu, my love, at play in the Elysian Fields of racial purity.”
        https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/8aa6c553781acbe20301767266dd2e9fc4b55783c9355ec9b7079b3498803375.jpg

    • NastyBossetti

      Yeah, I think they have a basic misunderstanding of the whole “bad boy” thing. As a woman, I would say that attempting to resurrect a cause that included genocide as a goal is taking it too far. Like to another universe too far.

    • In my hot single days, we would play with dudes like this – lead them on, then rebuff them, then mock them.

    • YayConspiracy

      Bad boys with tiki torches? I’m sure they can’t sleep without a teddy bear.

  • Three Finger Salute

    https://i.imgflip.com/1u35d3.jpg

    Actually, he was part of an even more enlightened species than H. Troglodyticus Americanus. He was H. Canadianus Intelligentsia.

  • BreakingDeadMen

    Who are you going to believe, George Lincoln Rockwell, Jr., or your lying eyes?

  • Notreelyhelping

    But…but…but…I was doing research!

    • thixotropic jerk

      That reminds one of one of my grandfather’s jokes or maybe it was more of an apocryphal story about a house of ill-repute that once existed in Salem:
      A customer always carried a screwdriver in his pocket when he visited so that if/when there was a raid he could whip it out and start working on a screw somewhere and claim he was “only the handyman!”

  • Spotts1701, Nothingburger Chef
  • whitroth

    Dear SIW (social injustice “warrior” (for values of “warrior” approaching zero as a limit),

    You went to the rally. You support its aims. You’re a fucking racist and fascist. Everything you say is hate speech, and that is NOT PROTECTED SPEECH, scumbag.

  • TundraGrifter

    “They are slandering me and that I’m racist without evidence because I talk about history…”

    A lot of people talk about history but nobody seems interested in doing much about it.

    We have more history than ever before in the history of the world (many people don’t know that) but is our history getting better?

  • Crystalclear12

    Should have stayed in the basement, dude.

  • YoBunnyBunny

    Them: “Mexicans are rapists! Blacks are thugs! Muslims are terrorists! Queers are pervs! We’re not gonna be POLITICALLY CORRECT!!! We’re telling it like it is!”

    Us: “You’re a bunch of racist Nazis.”

    Them: “How dare you call us racists and Nazis!!!!!”

    • (((fka_donnie_d)))

      People calling others offensive names are upset that others call them offensive names. Details at 11.

      • YoBunnyBunny

        They’re not offensive if they’re true. And let it be said “racist” and “Nazi” aren’t even offensive words by definition–unlike all the fags, cucks and cunts they like calling us.

        • (((fka_donnie_d)))

          bqhatevwr worlds smallest violin etc

      • HarpyLibtart

        People too pissweak and cowardly to stand up for their ‘heritage’ as racist Nazi scum lurk around the comment sections of their betters, crying about being correctly identified as the last pathetic standard bearers for their delusional cult of mediocrity.
        Not even newsworthy, because boring racists are boring.

        • (((fka_donnie_d)))

          Meh. Better to drag the assholes into the light of day before someone gets run over by a Dodge Challenger. But I hear ya.

          Like I said before, disappointingly lazy Nazis that cannot go on the Youtube and see how to make a torch. They can haz cookie for being white?

          I am also stem. What are you working on, if you don’t mind my asking?

          • HarpyLibtart

            Ugh, it’s the hypocrisy that drives me batty – if they’re so proud of their ideology, bloody well own it then.
            I got my BSc in Human Biology a couple years back and then decided to jump straight into Psych, which is a lot more fun than I thought it would be :)
            What field are you in at the moment?

          • (((fka_donnie_d)))

            E.Sci undergrad, headed into EE.

            Do you have a jar of quarters which you contribute to whenever somebody says “Psych isn’t stem?”

  • Red Bird

    I agree with them, personally. Just because I attend weenie dog appreciation group meetings doesn’t mean I like dogs. I just go for the moral support.

  • Alienist

    (I hope I don’t get into too much trouble for this…)

    I wonder why progressives have gotten so worked up in urging removal of the confederate general statues? Many of the confederates served bravely and honorably to protect their states, which they saw as their “countries.” At the conclusion of the Civil War, they were given back their horses and their rifles in recognition that they were fellow citizens of the United States. They returned home and worked, paid taxes, voted in local and national elections. Their world was turned upside down, but the majority of them adjusted to the new social and economic realities they found themselves subject to. Thankfully, we continue to gradually emerge from forms of oppression and devaluation of people that were key parts of southern life, but we can honor the bravery and self-sacrifice of those who offered their lives in defense of their country and their community. We can see the leaders as misguided and on the wrong side of history. We can see those (like the commanders of Andersonville and the raiders who killed civilians) as war criminals. But there is room to see the honorable and valiant commanders and soldiers as heroes of a southern culture that was not wholly encompassed in slavery and that is worth remembering and emulating.

    We should not let neo-nazis and white supremacists define the meaning of our nation’s history and symbols. We should let General Lee stand as an example of a great man some of whose greatness was both revealed and tarnished by his part in the civil war. Educated people should be able to hold both of these ideas in their minds. Only the simple think that symbols can only mean one thing.

    • yyyaz

      As far as I can tell, traitors who claim a “country” to support slavery deserve fuck-all. Any more of how I really feel is prohibited by the rules.

    • suziq

      I think you need to study up a bit more on the civil war. The right the southern states wanted was to own human beings. They do not deserve statues.

      • Bobathonic

        They wanted to force new states to the union to permit slavery. Where are their state’s rights? The rights argument was always a lie, as reading contemporaneous speeches and CSA constitutions shows. The “peculiar institution” is what it was about.

    • Les Appentis De la résistance

      When have we ever built statues of defeated enemies? Approximately 360k union soldiers were killed. Those southern generals were responsible.

      • Three Finger Salute

        I wonder, would it be acceptable to put them in a museum of civil war history though? Like there are Nazi propaganda films and posters preserved at the Holocaust museum, and Birth of a Nation is preserved at the Library of Congress for being “historically significant,” the word “significant” being a neutral term that doesn’t necessarily mean they condone the message of the film but just that it served as an important reflection of the era. I read somewhere that Russia even did the same with some statues of Lenin. They’re not to be revered, necessarily (although some, undoubtedly, will) but to show historical artifacts of the time.

        I’m probably going to get shoes thrown at me for saying they shouldn’t be destroyed, just moved out of the public sphere where they can be outright worshipped like Roman gods, and into an educational setting. There is a similar concept at a school called Ferris State University which actually hosts a Museum of Jim Crow Memorabilia. Maybe the statues could be moved there.

        https://www.ferris.edu/jimcrow/

        • WotsAllThisThen

          Nobody is protesting against civil war museums.

        • thixotropic jerk

          context is everything

        • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

          Take really good pictures of the confed statues for historical purposes.

          Then, break them up into dust-sized particles and bury them in a Superfund Site.

          That is all.

          • (((fka_donnie_d)))

            No, reforge the metal into memorials to Civil Rights martyrs past and present.

          • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

            Okay, that works, too!

    • Professor Fate

      Sorry Slavery was the Bedrock of Southern culture and wealth. And keeping slavery was the reason for the revolt and that is a little bit beyond the idea of misguided and tarnished. By the by Black troops captured by the south were executed.
      And Lee, as modern research has shown was nowhere near the semi-godlike person we’ve been told.
      And the history of many of these statues are linked to the support of things like Jim Crow example the recently torn down statues in New Orleans

    • thixotropic jerk

      Yeah “white southern culture was not wholly encompassed in slavery” rolls eyes until they pop out of the back of my head. So your defense is what? That they were “only following orders” these good old good ol’ boys? That monuments to racism violence and oppression should be allowed to stand to “honor the bravery and self-sacrifice” of some leaders of the racist south who started the Civil War in order to go on being racists, murderers and oppressors? I could go on, all day, with examples of why your apologist narrative is bug fuck but I have some Nazis to offer punch to in cups without ice cos I’m mean like that.

    • Donkey Option

      I had ancestors on both sides of the civil war. So, in a way, this is my heritage. I think that these statues should be taken down because they were erected by people who were actively trying to redefine what the civil war was about (state’s rights and southern culture) and who were trying to define a narrative that was openly hostile to black people in the south after the end of the war. These statues were not erected by the confederacy during the war. They were erected after, when they were trying to pretend that this was about honor, heritage, and that those black people should shut up and sit down with their attempting to have rights because the south is no place for them. These were designed to glorify an evil that should be called just that – evil. So, no, there is no sympathy for these people or their descendants. I am ashamed of my ancestor who served on the side of the south, though I know he didn’t own slaves and was just along for the ride. But defending these monuments as some part of heritage that should be preserved is disingenuous. They were enemies of the US who turned against their nation so that the richest among them could continue owning slaves. And after they lost, they erected monuments to their lost glory to pretend that it was about honor and homeland and crap like that. It is and always was about slavery and believing that black people are less than and don’t deserve to be equal. So, you are wrong about all of this, and I hope that you will see that.

      • Alienist

        Most of these confederates were not traitors to their country. We had a huge disagreement over what our country was supposed to be. One side saw expanded federalism as a useful tool in abolishing a heinous practice (though Lincoln did not see slavery as the central point of the war). The other side saw the states as more independent and feared the economic consequences of abolishing slavery. This disagreement erupted into war, in which honorable people fought on both sides. The fact that the south lost does not make them traitors. Note the U.S. Grant quote above. They were engaged in a bad cause and they fought for a view of our country that was not possible to attain. Still, Lincoln, Grant, and many others with more cause than we have to hate them saw fit to see their former enemies as fellow citizens and brave soldiers. We can honor such men without endorsing the cause their government undertook. Ask the Vietnam veteran if a soldier’s honor depends on the honor and motivation of his president.

        • Donkey Option

          And ask a Nazi. No, I’m sorry, but there were thousands of people in the US who burned their cards and protested. And these monuments aren’t to the average men and women who served their “country,” but to the leadership, those who pushed others to die for a cause that really boiled down to the right of rich people to own other people. That was why the states seceded, no matter what revisionist history says. It was about the state’s rights to allow slavery. That was it. Read the actual declarations. So, no, the people who these monuments were the people who orchestrated and led this revolt against the US government. They were Americans before the war, and after the war. I think that the anti-government nut-jobs who plot to overthrow the US government (like the Bundys) are traitors as well. I can call my ancestors traitors, just as a current German would denounce their Nazi ancestors. They don’t build statues to Goebbels in Germany. This is the EXACT same thing.

    • chicken thief

      But for lining his crawl space with the bodies of dead young men, John Wayne Gacy was pretty chill, too.

      • thixotropic jerk

        “But I couldn’t afford real flooring insulation on my clown’s salary so I did what I had to do: gave in to my homoerotic sadistic side and voila– created a solution! Are there to be no monuments to my clownish creativity?”

      • Johnatx

        Really rocked the clown outfit, also too

      • mailman27

        Re-defined the crawl space.

    • OrdinaryJoe

      “I felt like anything rather than rejoicing at the downfall of a foe who had fought so long and valiantly, and had suffered so much for a cause, though that cause was, I believe, one of the worst for which a people ever fought, and one for which there was the least excuse.”

      US Grant

      • eastcoastlib

        My grandfather was at D Day. He earned a Distinguished Service Cross for his actions that day (google it if you’re not familiar with the award). He and his mates luckily made it to the beach and after dodging fire and jumping over dead bodies, he leaped head first into a fox hole only to find three German soldiers occupying it. They were as scared as he was but his training kicked in and he ended up killing all three of them and leading others to the relative safety of that hole in the ground. He told me those men were as brave as he was and he was lucky things didn’t turn out differently. The point is soldiers may have a grudging respect for the enemy. It doesn’t mean we should honor their cause or their leaders.

        • OrdinaryJoe

          DSC? One step below the CMH. Sounds like Grandpa did a lot more than jump into a fox hole on the beach at Normandy. Cherish that story.

    • Hamilton Ω, AKA Formerly DN

      An Alternative History

      I wonder why progressives have gotten so worked up in urging removal of the NAZI statues? Many of the NAZIs served bravely and “honorably” to protect their fatherland, which they saw as their “country.” At the conclusion of the WWII in Europe, they were given back their tanks and their rifles in recognition that they were fellow citizens of Germany. They returned home and worked, paid taxes, voted in local and national elections. Their world was turned upside down, but the majority of them remained NAZIs to the new social and economic realities they found themselves subject to. So they overthrew those changes and returned to being “The Third Reich”. They resumed gassing and cremating anyone they didn’t like and resumed their goal of world domination. So, now the rest of the world will have to go back and do the dirty work they didn’t do at the end of WWII and put an end to those NAZI bastards once and for all.

      FIFY.

    • SomeBigRedDog

      My Dad’s uncle* fought for Hitler, so if my dad** has a nazi flag that’s cool right? That’s just part of his heritage.

      *He was drafted and had little choice in the matter. Was sent to be cannon fodder on the Russian front and dies there.
      **My dad does not have a nazi flag, even though he is 100% German Shepard.

    • SomeBigRedDog

      Not all history deserves to be celebrated. Some of it is shameful and must be remembered as such.

    • mailman27

      Treason in defense of slavery.

    • Jeff Ackerman

      I have to call BS, I live in the north and have worked and traveled throughout the south, every time I’ve met someone that holds the stars and bars flag, the confederacy, southern heritage etc. up as a good thing they are generally bigoted, don’t like “Yankee’s” or blacks. The color of their skin seems to define who they are too. I experienced bigotry at 5 years old. It turned me into the judgment asshole I am today. I try very hard to be understanding of my fellow man, but racism in its many forms is easy to see, especially if you experience it throughout your life. I see less of it openly, but it is still close to the same as when I was a kid. When you have a dark tint to your skin you have enemies you didn’t make, you are held to a higher standard than most. Don’t get me wrong, my life has been easy compared to most. I have thrived because of my profession and the good fortune to live where I do. Not everyone of color can say that. I could ramble on, but it doesn’t accomplish anything.

      • thixotropic jerk

        Ramble on! What you have to share is important and valid and you don’t need me to tell you that!

    • REAL1TY_W1NNER

      Here’s to hoping the “autopsy” of the 2016 Presidential Election doesn’t last as long as the Civil War’s.

    • Debbie the Unpaid Protester

      The Confederacy, by definition, was a treasonous movement. Why should there be monuments to people who wanted to end the United States?

    • eastcoastlib

      So yours is a kinder, gentler brand of southern bullshit? Fuck those guys. The people who flew planes into the world trade center where brave too. Why don’t you have a statue of Mohamed Atta on your front lawn?

      Idiots who continue to romanticize the Southern way of life are a huge part of the problem. Evolve like the rest of us and stop felating the ghosts of Southern pride. Your ancestors were traitors and fought a war with their fellow citizens so they could continue to own other human beings. That’s your fucking legacy, Anything else is a rewrite of history.

      • just_jim

        They were loser traitors.

        And people who want to defend them are losers too.

  • Les Appentis De la résistance

    There’s going to another white supremacy rally, this one in Texas. Its being hosted by a guy named Preston Wiginton who happens to sublease an apartment from David Duke. In Russia. Why does David Duke have an apartment in Russia?

    http://www.theroot.com/these-white-supremacist-idiots-are-planning-a-rally-in-1797815128

    • yyyaz

      Gee, I dunno, could it be SATAN!?? I mean it’s always some mythical boogeyman with the Party of Personal Scapegoating.

    • (((fka_donnie_d)))

      We knew these people have had a welcoming ear in Moscow for over a decade. Moew importantly, however, is there a more suitable name for someone holding a white supremacy rally than Preston Wiginton? Except perhaps Preston Wiginton III

      • fifthdentist

        I saw the band Preston Wigington III one time. They put on a hell of a show.
        s/

      • Bobathonic

        Clayton Bigsby?

      • NellCote71

        Jefferson Beauregard Sessions?

    • Red Bird

      Not again. The guy holding the rally is a former student who didn’t graduate. I’m hoping that they ignore him and not have a counter protest. I went to school there and I don’t think it will end well for him if students were hurt.

    • mailman27

      Oohhhh, the great Preston Wiginton!!

    • Johnatx

      Yeah, he has applied to hold it up on the campus of Texas A&M. On 9/11. The fuckers want to hold it in front of the statue of James Rudder, the former Aggie that was the commander of the U.S. Army’s 2nd Ranger Battalion. These were the troops that scaled the bluffs at Normandy on D-Day. A&M is looking for ways to keep the Nazi fucks from coming, but being a state university, it is not looking likely. Counter protest is being arranged by A&M students.

    • thixotropic jerk

      “Wiggie always has THE BESTESTS white parties!”

      ~ Recently Unemployed Former Innocent Little Ol’ Statue Rally Attendee Denier Mom’s Basement Cuck Chuck “Paleskin Is The Best Skin Amirite?” “No Longer My Real Name” & “Supremely White” Snoflakr

    • Vel Venturi

      There’s going to be a ‘Maroon Wall’ of people to protest these Nazi shitstains, and a lot of other non-Aggies are planning to attend in support. There should be more of us than there are of them. Of course, our wonderful Texas lege is asking for there to be no counterprotest, surprising no one.

    • eastcoastlib

      With that name, I’m guessing he moonlights at Peggy Noonan’s butler.

  • Les Appentis De la résistance

    “Authorities arrested an Oklahoma man on Saturday morning in connection with a plot to detonate a vehicle bomb in downtown Oklahoma City.”

    Funny, he doesn’t look like an ISIS member.

    http://www.theroot.com/okla-man-arrested-in-alleged-plot-to-detonate-vehicle-1797833864

    • WotsAllThisThen

      I could have guessed when Trump didn’t condemn him or call him a terrorist.

    • h4rr4r

      Looks like Vanilla ISIS to me.

      • Corky Shimazu

        ISWYDT

      • TakingAmes

        Y’all Qaeda

        • h4rr4r

          Branch Dildonians

      • eastcoastlib

        Okay that made me spit water on my ‘puter screen.

      • SeeTrain65

        If he were an elderly man, it would be Lemon ISIS.

        • h4rr4r

          Now that’s a party!

  • Scooby

    I’ll bet he has a black friend.

    • OrdinaryJoe

      But is has four legs.

      • Khavrinen

        Black friend, black Lab, same thing, right?

  • Bebecca

    WTF is a paleoconservative ???

    • thixotropic jerk

      She misspelled it: McPaley O’ Conservative

    • OrdinaryJoe

      Caveman.

    • PixieThis

      It’s a racist, right wing f-cker. A racist hipster, if you will.

    • BearLeft

      Somebody whose political views were formed in the late Cretacious period, when bird brains were the good ones.

    • HogeyeGrex

      Someone pretending that because their racism comes from a long line of racists going back a long way, that makes it ok and not racist?

    • Kiri the Unicorn

      Someone who was a racist before it became all cool and fashionable.

    • Bobathonic

      tow-mah-toe

    • Ulricii

      I think it’s a pale–i.e. white–conservative with zero brains holding him together. My guess anyway.

    • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

      A knuckledragging barbarian? Using an iPhone invented by the son of a Syrian refugee? Based on the invention of the telephone to begin with, invented by another immigrant? Who lived to adulthood thanks to the tireless work of Jewish scientists inventing vaccines?

    • SeeTrain65

      A person who wants a limited government, but eats fish and seafood?

      • Parakeetist

        I see what you did there.

  • Christopher Boscarino

    “No, officer. That’s not my racism. My friend asked me to hold on to this bag, I had no idea it had racism inside.”

    • thixotropic jerk

      “I never ever smoked/snorted/shot/swallowed ANY of that racism I SWEAR your honor! I have NO IDEA how I got racism into my system –except perhaps perianally when I stuck my head up my ass.”

  • Three Finger Salute
  • (((fka_donnie_d)))

    No, the “lesson learned” is not “actions have consequences”. The lesson learned is “Actions have consequences if you’re a fast-food worker on Minimum Wage, as opposed to a college student. This “lesson” is actually highly useful for the conservative establishment.

    • h4rr4r

      Hopefully the fast food worker is paying attention. He will see how the Republican student did nothing to help him.

      • (((fka_donnie_d)))

        No, its all the fault of the (((liberal elites))).

  • Me not sure

    WSU College Republican President, is he? So much for the talking point by these teevee pundits that this had nothing to do with the Republican party.

    • yyyaz

      The only bloviating airheads who would subscribe to such puerile nonsense are already part of the RWNJ Propaganda wing. Sad part? A year from now the lie machine will be in a lot more Merkins’ homes, thanks to them holding the government captive to increase their monopolies.

  • HogeyeGrex

    You showed up to a rally, and when you saw that the people there were waving flags with fucking swastikas on them, and carrying other openly fascist and racist symbols, you didn’t leave, you marched with them. Asshole. You participated in a (tiki)torchlit rally that surrounded and threatened others for no decent reason but that you could. You give your support to Nazis, what do you expect people to say about you?

    Fuck back off under your rock. I hope everyone around you makes your life a living hell and you are shamed out of any decent school in the country.

    • Bobathonic

      He should be metophorically chained to that rock. Neo-NAZI Prometheus.

    • eastcoastlib

      Bill Parcells (an overweight football coach if you aren’t familiar) used to say, you are what your record says you are.

    • SeeTrain65

      Their safety school is Regent University.

  • DesertedPictures
  • COtter

    Has anybody heard whether any of the Nazi-attendees actually scored with the local C’Ville/UVA women after their Saturday “bad-boy” antics? I was kind of hoping their movement would be derailed when their expectations were dashed and they all struck out at the bars.

    • Sekhmet1

      Sadly I’m not so sure. There were women among the Nazi rally attendees, so I assume they’d go in for guys like that (I can’t imagine too many gay, bi and/or trans women having anything to do with Nazis). And the charming likes of Lauren Southern would no doubt be cheering them on.

      • Three Finger Salute

        I’d say that cunt should be deported back to Canada, but I like Canada too much to demand that they continue tolerating her in their midst.

        How about this instead.

        The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau
        House of Commons
        Parliament Building
        Ottawa, Ontario K1P

        Dear Prime Minister Trudeau:

        Please deport everyone from Rebel Media to the island of Guam.

        Sincerely,
        A Concerned American-Born Canadian Ally

      • Yeah but according to them, none of the women who will actually have them are 10s.

  • SomeBigRedDog

    GO COUGS!

  • Hardly Ideal

    He says he is not “alt-right” but rather a paleoconservative with libertarian leanings.

    A Nazi by any other name would smell as rank.

    • Bobathonic

      Really? Tow-may-toe, tow-mah-toe is your best shot?

  • chascates

    There’s a reason the KKK wore hoods.

  • SomeBigRedDog

    That’s my alma mater. We were also famous for having riots in the nineties and went to the Rose Bowl that one time.

  • SnarkON

    James Allsup has a face that will launch a thousand gay hate-porn fantasies.

  • FlownΩver

    It must be asked –

    You know who else talked about history and talked about American politics?

    • mancityRed6

      me?

    • Bobathonic

      AOT,K?

    • President in Exile Firefly

      Axis Sally?

    • kareemachan

      Doris Kearns Goodwin? Barbara Tuchman?

    • Boojum

      Charles Lindbergh?

  • FlownΩver

    Note to all those wingers and winger wannabes who don’t want to be shunned:

    It’s not necessary to admit being a racist in order to be a racist. Saying “but I’m not really a racist” isn’t some magic fucking King’s X.

    President Shitweasel, take note.

  • Robyn Ryan

    Cougar prez Shitweasel needs reminding that universities also have standards.
    Nazis, racists, misogynists and the uneducated do not meet those standards.
    See how that works?

    • (((fka_donnie_d)))

      But Free Expressionz!

      Seriously, fuck that all sides bullshit. Biden got it Again – there is only one side, the side of not hating people and saying things out loud about it.

      • Beanz&Berryz

        Where have you gone, OHJB…

  • thixotropic jerk

    “But I’m an edjumacated racist, see? That’s howcum I kin come up with bullshit terms like paleoconservative libertarian.”

    • Three Finger Salute

      He forgot to systematize the synergy.

      • kareemachan

        “Xyzzy”

    • Unmutual Tetsu Kaba

      So paleoconservative = ancient conservative??? Serious bullshit, so recent it’s steaming.

      • Boojum

        Paleo — older or ancient, especially relating to the geological past. So, he’s a guy who has Stone Age beliefs.

  • Teecha

    Paleo conservative? But, racist child, you are in no way ancient!

  • Stulexington

    This is why y’all used to wear hoods, cause the actual majority don’t put up with this kind of shit.

  • BearLeft

    Free expression does not extend to maintaining false equivalencies. Not many universities would host a debate on whether it was really a good idea to kill all the Jews in Europe. WSU president Kirk Schulz needs to grow a pair. This “many sides” bullshit has got to end.

    And if Peter Cvjetanovic is really not an angry racist, how ’bout trying not to look and act like one … you quacky, fucking, duck-brained, angry racist.

    • Cat Cafe for the Prosecution

      I agree 1 million percent. When you report on a murder, you don’t need a “balancing” story about how murder is good. Some things are JUST FUCKING BAD. Some are things we even fought A WHOLE FUCKING WAR against. Hate has no place in the discourse.

    • Sekhmet1

      YES, THIS! I have come to the conclusion that the reason the (predominantly white) folk who push this false balance and urge us to “have the conversations” are always people for whom the real danger posed by racist, LGBT-antagonistic, misogynist ACTUAL FUCKING NAZIS is purely theoretical. So they categorise hate speech as “controversial opinions” and witter on about “free speech” and “need to give equal time to both sides”.

      This fuckknuckle here in Australia who hosts a show on the national youth radio network – fresh from running a “debate” about male privilege that forced a feminist writer to engage with a right wing misogynist – thought the important voice we were missing in the conversation about Charlottesville was that of a Nazi organiser. He is being justifiably torn to shreds over it.

      • grindstone

        You can be a racist. You can be a Nazi. You can think Nazi thoughts. But no one has to provide you a platform. Ever.

      • Boojum

        And, these same free speech loving Nazis will make harass you, including threatening to kill you and your family, if you speak out against them.

    • Boojum

      I love how he says that he isn’t the angry racist that his own picture shows him to be. I mean, when your defense starts with, “My picture is that of an angry racist,” you have given yourself a BIG hill to climb.

  • eastcoastlib

    I did not attend nor was I scheduled to speak at this Nazipooloza which is why not once today has someone called me a racist Nazi which makes me the real racist Nazi (according the hillbilly logic)

    • Boojum

      In that case, today we are all real racist Nazis…except for that one guy, who spoke at the Nazi rally.

  • Zyxomma

    So, the racists traveled from (almost) all over the US, then claim “it wasn’t me!” when identified. Got it.

  • Portia McGonagal

    WSU is in conservative Eastern Washington where Trump signs abounded. The easiest answer of course is expulsion.

    • up voted cause that is the easiest solution. But, it is not a good one.
      Better, by far, to look into and or investigate that Republican club, see how many are nazi rally going nazis, and then revoke their funding because they are nazis.
      School has to let em talk: Does not have to financially support them.

      • Boojum

        Easiest, but is it final?

    • Bitter Scribe

      To me the easiest solution would be the other WSU college Republicans saying, either that guy goes or we do.

      • Portia McGonagal

        They won’t. 1.) Not sure they disagree. 2.) Alumni daddies (paying tuition) who definitely don’t disagree.

      • kareemachan

        He resigned today. Personally, I think he got the heave-ho.

  • La forza del resistino

    ‘What hate rally? I just came for the schnitzel and kraut in the bierhaus’.

  • rosenbomb

    Good to know Top Dog has no patience for Nazis. They have plenty of patience for drunk people, however, since they stay open until 2 or 3 AM.

    • Bitter Scribe

      It’s their customer base.

      • rosenbomb

        I was always more of a La Burrita gal, myself

    • Chuck Mac

      Good Ole Libertarian owned Top Dog!

  • Suse

    Why is this douchebag attending university in the first place? Higher education is for snowflake SJWs and other libtards, right?

    • Begin Anew Day

      Maybe he hates his parents and wants to waste their money.

      OR

      Maybe they hate him enough to send him to WASHINGTON STATE in the shitburg of Pullman, Washington.

      OR

      They are a family of Nazis and they hate each other and every other thing under the sun in a mad, fevered dance / orgy of Nazi Hate.

      • Parakeetist

        I can never get that image out of my eyeballs now.

      • Geneva Craven Schult

        In state tuition is only $9900. Maybe that’s why they sent him there.

  • Upright Ape

    And after graduation he can look forward to employment at ummmm, errr, Chick-fil-A or whatever the fuck Josh Duggar is doing now.
    You’re damaged fucking goods, asshole.

  • eyelashviper
    • Delu

      There was someone who tried to make the argument that Erwin Rommel was a good and honorable man. Yes indeed he was, but as I responded, being a good and honorable man wasn’t what made him famous. Fighting for Nazi Germany was.

      I’ll admit, Rommel was FAR from being a Nazi personally. However it still stands that his most famous achievements were indeed for an evil cause, and that’s pretty much the same for General Robert E. Lee. He himself was a good person I believe, but he was most famous for fighting to preserve slavery.

      And unlike Rommel he got a statue for his efforts.

      • Begin Anew Day

        “By their deeds you shall know them.”

        Jesus said that.

        Rommel worship forgets one big problem: while Rommel performed his military exploits the Third Reich was murdering people on an industrial basis. He aided and abetted Mass Murder.

        This makes Rommel part of the problem. This makes Rommel complicit in civilian MURDER.

        The lowliest foot soldier from any of the Allied Armies that liberated the concentration camps has to be more deserving of honor, memorials and our thanks than Rommel. Rommel was fittingly rewarded by Hitler with the presentation of a revolver to shoot himself with.

        All the honor that Bobbie Lee and Rommel deserve from us is to carve their names into the wall of History’s Memorial to LOSING GENERALS.

        • ZangoCrudmonger

          When I’m having my next Walter Mitty afternoon I will daydream of being the most powerful officer of an army for the bad guys and decide to grind people into the ground moar instead of getting on a plane, boat, whatever I command at will, and quitting. Do they call that surrendering still? fuck if I know. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToKcmnrE5oY

      • Regret

        The depressing thing is, most people are nice most of the time.
        And all people are capable of being monsters at any given time.

        It is the context that makes the monsters, and the force multipliers that turn a crime into an atrocity.
        One of the force multipliers is technology, but another is obedience.
        Bad ideas x technology x obedience = atrocity

        Stopping technology is not my favourite because it supplies us with many Quality of Life improvements. Stopping bad ideas is impossible without destroying what makes us human. So my solution is zero obedience, because any number, no matter how large, when multiplied by 0 is 0.

        Edit: I should expand on the context I mentioned, but it is time to go to work.

        • Boojum

          Just say no?

  • Pookabun

    Paleoconservative? Good glob, is that a word I need to remember now? I had to google and basically yep, that means racist (among other predictable things).

    • Begin Anew Day

      Some of them still want to delude themselves about their inner racist.

    • Boojum

      Paleoconservatives: Making Neandertals look progressive for the past 100,000 years.

  • TheTrue Pooka

    Top Dog didn’t fire that guy. He resigned. And Top Dog also has a section of their website which bizarrely discusses Mises Institute propaganda.

    Just to be clear, you get a menu with selections and then a page with Mises Institute teachings about history that are totally not racist we swear!

    So… yeah. They’re probably totally on board for his being at a White Supremacist rally.

    • Parakeetist

      I will get my hot dogs somewhere else.

  • ken_kukec

    Picture looks like young James has been afflicted with the stigmata.

    • Begin Anew Day

      Saint Francis of Assisi Libel!

      That will be 10 Hail Mary’s my child.

      Yrs,

      Jesus

  • Jeff Mc Donald

    His argument seems to be that Nazis go to Nazi rallies, but not everyone who goes to a Nazi rally is a Nazi. Very sound logic. No one is buying it (with good reason), but sound reasoning anyway. I wonder what his pals will say when they find out he’s one of the opposition?

    • Delu

      Yup, by that logic, not everyone who marched with MLK believed in civil rights either.

      They were just there because they believe in being heard….or something. Dunno what they wanted to be heard about.

      • IHaveThoughts

        He was probably just trying to hit his 10,000 steps and wanted some company.
        /gag

    • kareemachan

      Hey, his buds are probably all preppy repugs, so…

  • Delu

    Well they are taking responsibility the way they always have, by not taking responsibility.

    Did he know what sort of protest he was attending? If he did, there’s no way in hell anyone can buy the notion that he didn’t realize people would see him as a racist. Lying with the dog gets you the fleas and all.

    If he doesn’t subscribe to their beliefs what’s he doing marching with them? And if he wanted to listen, he could do it without marching with them. By doing so he’s showing both solidarity and support. Next thing we know he’ll be telling us that the civil rights activists who marched for their rights didn’t actually, you know, BELIEVE in what they were marching for, they just felt that they needed to be heard.

    You know?

    Christ these assholes and their attempts to not take responsibility is simply appalling. Deplorables in more ways than one, and I’m not even referring to their Naziness.

    • (((fka_donnie_d)))

      Party Of Personal Responsibility FTW!

      Buck stops over there!

    • kareemachan

      He bragged he was going to be a speaker there. He just wanted to talk about everybody being able to speak their minds. He was whiny when interviewed (over the phone – wouldn’t appear in person) by KIRO-TV today.

  • Begin Anew Day

    So did he cut himself shaving or something?

    Dude! Learning to operate a straight razor is Basic Apprentice Training for the proud MEN in The Real Men’s Union.

    That kind’a leaves you out doesn’t it?

  • foreign agitator Captain Kraut

    White polo shirts?

    By Hugo Boss’ silver cufflinks, they’ll have to work on their sense of fashion to succeed in some sense as fascists.

    • kareemachan

      Some head nazi dude wrote an article on how to dress sexy for the rally.

      Evidently this includes white polos, khaki pants, and tiki torches.

    • Joachim ‘Yogi’ Feyfar

      nazis use coded messages a lot, be they numbers (e.g. 14/88) or choice of clothing. wearing hugo boss clothing is very much in line with their ideology, i guess.
      boss was a very early nsdap member, joining the party in 1931, and his company produced the uniforms for the ss, sa and hitlerjugend.

    • commatoes

      IIRC, He designed the SS uniforms. I can’t help but respect the design but detest the application.

  • Apple Scruff

    Who would have guessed that a bunch of Nazi saluting dudes who chose a uniform of polo shirts, khakis, and tiki torches would run off to mommy crying about how they are SO NOT RACIST!!!

    At least ISIS has the guts to admit what they are (and also, kill themselves in the process).

    • commatoes

      Funny that they would choose the most milquetoast clothing to convey Aryan masculinity.

  • ZangoCrudmonger

    Le sigh. I crossed the South Fork of the Palouse River at least as many times as I committed sodomy while at Wazzu (it is an exercise left to the reader) Yeah, I may have to give them a ring. Fuck it all, tho, I like them not knowing my # for reasons.

    • NotALiar

      Call from a pay phone

      • CafeenMan

        *Spends 18 hours driving around looking for a pay phone. Resorts to beating up a child to steal their cell phone.

        • NotALiar

          Haha it made me realize that I haven’t seen a pay phone in years

    • PersianOregano

      Bachelor’s from UVA and Master’s from WSU. UVA long ago ceased to track me from home to home whilst the Cougar alumni assoc has stuck to me like glue despite my never ever communicating with them. I’ve always put it down to UVA figuring out that I didn’t have enough money to bother with and WSU having far lower standards.

  • Sophia

    Just saying, don’t show up to a clown convention wearing a red nose and giant shoes and then be aghast that anyone thinks you are a clown.

    Thank you Robyn, you have a way with words.

  • Royal Ugly Dude

    He does not seem nice.

    • PersianOregano

      Never forget Gary Larson!

  • Ill-Advised

    I think any actual students claiming that removing a statue represents the erasure of the dominant racial class, or of actual history, should be awarded an F in both logic and history. And maybe shouldn’t be university material, either.

    • Maybe

      Apparently they’re not fit to work at a hot dog stand either.

      • Boojum

        You want this guy touching your meat?

        • commatoes

          My mind went to the dirty place and I wretched a little.

        • Maybe

          Not in any sense of the word.

    • dshwa

      I had someone argue that point with me on Twitter. So much dumb.

    • LeighBowery’sLuxuryComedy

      I might argue instead that they are prime, if not mandatory, university material. With enforced dual majors in black history, women’s studies, and a minor in intersectionalism.

      • Ill-Advised

        If only. If you lead a horse to water….

        I’ve read that sociopath can be learned–to see people as objects is an acquired belief. Empathy is a lot harder. How do we teach empathy? Republicans apparently only learn it when a specific disaster happens to them, and it doesn’t generalize.

    • commatoes

      But, their parents paid good money so that their spawn could argue about personal responsibility and lazy uneducated underclasses.

      • Ill-Advised

        And they do! Education, how the f does it work?

  • Bill Patterson

    “James Allsup, the president of Washington State University’s College Republicans, ,,, ”
    Interesting. VERY interesting.
    The Trumpster Youth hits the streets.

    • kareemachan

      Interestingly, I went to their website yesterday, and they had some white female as president even then, a Bridget somebody. Quick change or are there more than one repug organizations at WSU?

  • The Militant Homosexual Agenda

    “Cole White of Berkeley, California, was swiftly identified, and subsequently lost his job at Top Dog, a hot dog fast food chain.”

    Such a shame…to reach the pinnacle of your career at such a young age only to have it all taken away.

    • Serolf Divad

      Top Dog doesn’t know what they’ve done. No one spooned relish like Cole… no one.

    • Shibusa

      Top Dog is actually really good! Glad they sacked him.

  • Vaara Thaumetergist

    When are they going to start using the better and more common excuse…
    “I was only following orders from mein Fuhrer!”

    • Regret

      You kid, but try arguing that disobedience is the only moral way of life and people look at you funny.
      It is as if everyone refuses to learn from the Nuremberg trials.

  • IHaveThoughts

    “They have no proof that I’m a racist,” Allsup said. “They are slandering me and that I’m racist without evidence because I talk about history and I talk about American politics.”

    No proof? Is this guy for fucking real? Where I come from (planet Earth) attending a white supremacist rally, chanting Nazi slogans, and supporting a president who can’t open his mouth without saying something racist is pretty goddamn solid proof.

    Also, a very cursory Google search tells me this fool is pre-law. Please, someone comfort me and tell me that even if he passes the written test, he can still be rejected on character and fitness? Please? Anyone? Bueller?

    • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

      from what I saw, a C&F issue (which can vary wildly) is going to be a conviction of a crime (with some leeway) and/or any evidence he’s stolen from work or been dishonest.

      • Boojum

        I know a guy who was denied because of multiple stalking arrests, restraining orders, and abusive lawsuits. “Know” in the sense that he thought I was seeing his primary stalkee and added me to his list. He was never convicted, but he did spend a couple of weeks in jail (part of that in the infirmary) in part based on my testimony at his bond hearing.

        • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

          good point and I of course defer to you.

          One of my great fears about going to law school is this.

          NOW! I have never been convicted of anything and only been “arrested” once and that was based on warrant for a person with a similar name and Bday. Other than that, I have crap credit.

          But yeah, I should have been mentioned more issues (i researched it quite well, did you hear LSU admitted a guy who’d been convicted of murder?!?)

          As I understand it, they’re actually walking back a lot of these things (including mental health and addiction issues, as the ABA says it *may* violate the americans with disabilities act).

          I’ve told this story before, but I was going to apply to a school nearby. One of the C&F questions was “list all the debts you’ve been more than 30 days or more behind on”.

          Now, I’m almost 40 and this is like, i dunno, a near 100 ranked school.

          I laughed and laughed and laughed…and then closed the app.

          • commatoes

            Like a security clearance and what seems to be evidence against the US’s “dear leader”, debts owed may compromise the integrity of the applicant. A clear black and white case would be having a a business loan with Sberbank or like Jared (the one not in prison yet) having ties with Vnesheconombank. Though the grey area is huge and leaves a little too much leeway for my comfort.

          • The Flaming Carrot

            When I applied to law school, at the dawn of the Cretaceous, none of the law schools asked character or fitness questions. They were mainly concerned about my LSATs, grades, and recommendations. The character and fitness questions were on my application for the state bar. Also, I had to take a multistate ethics exam.

            My advice to you is to skip law school altogether, unless you have a contract for a job when you graduate or an admission letter from a Top 5 school. I’m deadly serious. So many new law schools opened from 1990 to 2010 that there is a glut of students who have more than $150K in debt and no job. If a 100-ranked school is asking about debt, it is probably because it has been roasted publicly about its lack of ethics and inability to place graduates. http://thirdtierreality.blogspot.com/

          • TEX Dept. of Space Tacos

            thanks! My guess, GUESS, is that the law schools started pre-screening applicants so that they could have a high bar passage rate, which, as I understand it, is a requirement now.

            You’re point is exactly how I felt – without better LSAT scores (i scored 80% percentile), I didn’t feel confident getting a scholarship. And fuck no am I getting into 6 figure debt.

            With my mom’s health, i decided to stay here and do the community college paralegal program, which will cost me a few bucks in loans, but not 6 figures.

            Sometimes I doubt my decision, but glad to know I wasn’t too far off base.

    • phoenix00

      A twitter account? Photo evidence? FAKE NEWS

    • Serolf Divad

      I think this statement is along the lines of “you have no proof that Hitler ordered the Holocaust.”

    • 🛶🗣️ Mr Canoehead 🛶🗣️

      What someone who isn’t a racist says: I’m not a racist.
      What a racist who wants to get away with it says: They have no proof that I’m a racist.

    • The Flaming Carrot

      There is indeed a “character and fitness” portion of any state bar admission. For example, men’s rights advocate Mike Cernovich did not pass the CA bar for 10 years because he got hung up on the C&F part of it. Something about date rape. I don’t know if being at a Nazi rally is sufficient to fail the C&F. I do know that the Illinois C&F Committee did not permit Matt Hale to practice law in 1998 because he openly acknowledged that he was a racist. He fought the decision on First Amendment grounds, arguing that he had a Constitutional right to be an advocate for white people (It became a moot point after he was convicted of soliciting the murder of a federal judge.)

      Moreover, undergrads who declare that they are “pre law” are generally full of shit, since they have not actually been admitted to a law school by the time they have to declare a major and there’s no such thing as a pre-law major. Likely, he will be admitted to some third-tier toilet that charges students $50,000 per year and has 15% placement statistics.

      • Walter Wellstone

        Can amicus briefs be submitted to the bar on a candidate’s behalf? Maybe that’s how the bar can learn about this asshole’s Nazi activities.

        • The Flaming Carrot

          If Allsup doesn’t go underground before then, the bar will find out. Typically, bar applicants just submit references from people that like them. Bar applications are generally private. The CA bar found out about Cernovich because he had been charged (but not convicted) of a crime, and the IL bar found out about Matt Hale because he was particularly vocal about his white supremacy views.

    • They have all been furiously deleting their whole comment history over on Reddit.

  • Oh, liberals, can you not see that Allsup, Cole, and the d00d with the superfluous consonants in his name are just passionate youngsters? Why can you not see that?

    • The Flaming Carrot

      What superfluous consonants guy? Svlad Cjelli?

      • subatomic

        +1 for Dirk Gently reference.

  • kaydenpat

    So one dude lost a fast food job. No other consequences. Alrighty then. Yet a Black footballer can’t get a job for exercising his right to protest police brutality.

    • timpundit

      Give them time.

    • One lost their family – literally. His parents, siblings and relatives released a joint statement through the press saying he is no longer welcome in any of their homes. Disowned. They also said they have been scared by his behaviour for quite some time and described themselves as “bleeding heart liberals”.

      It must be terrifying watching a child fall down that rabbit hole. And knowing that the harder a parent pushes against it the further down the child goes.

  • The Flaming Carrot

    Charles Brautigan said it best. “He looked like a young, skinny Adolph Hitler, but friendly.”

  • Bill Patterson

    What in God’s name is going on at WSU?!
    “I disavow Nazism,” he said, referring to some protesters who chanted Nazi slogans and wore Third Reich iconography to the rally in an interview Saturday. “It’s not particularly valuable to go around with those kind of symbols – its bad optics to wear that stuff.”
    – James “The Dooch” Allsup, noted alt-right intellectual and typical GOP moral and ethical vacuum.
    “However, late Friday night, WSU’s new College Republican president Amir Rezamand railed against critics of the so-called alt-right and seemed to predict the coming of violence in a Facebook post.”
    “I think the political world is slowly coming to realize a rather simple fact,” he wrote. “It’s a really, really bad idea to piss off lonely white guys with above average intelligence and below average social skills.”
    http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2017/aug/14/former-wsu-college-republican-president-radicalize/#/0

  • SammyDEEEE

    Sounds like these idiots just learned why their forefathers covered themselves in white robes and hats.

    They’re the same cowards, just with less foresight.

  • CaliCheeseSucks

    The guy behind “Yes You’re Racist” is apparently having family members doxxed and threatened by 4Chan and that ilk.

    • timpundit

      When fighting violent people you get this. I hope he stays safe , does he have a GoFundMe yet?

      • CaliCheeseSucks

        Not that I’ve seen – the last I checked, I didn’t see a Tweet from more recently than 8/13. However, he was on CNN today.

    • Moar Wordz

      What does doxxed mean ?

      • LifelongLurker

        Publication of identity along with personal information (address, phone number) that can be used to harass. Short for “doxxumenting.”

        • Bridget Malone

          Shouldn’t that be “dokkkumenting”?

      • CaliCheeseSucks

        They are having their personal information, including addresses, published.

        The guy behind the account has been open with *his* identity but of course the 4Channers are going after people who happen to be related to him, who are completely private, for the purposes of threats and intimidation.

  • Oh happy day!! I wondered where this little cockroach went to. He had his videos all over Youtube pimping for Trump last year. I had a relatively civil back and forth with the little Nazirene online – and anyone who is naive enough to believe he isn’t a white nationalist shouldn’t be attending an institution of higher learning, they should just be institutionalized.

  • rocktonsam

    James you have an extreme radical punchable face.

  • Cool_North

    I’m actually more annoyed by that unprincipled university president and his trumpian ambiguous position toward fascism and white nationalism. That’s not controversial. Controversial are ethically ambiguous topics. There’s nothing ambiguous about nazis, fascism and proponents of genocides. Nothing. So that gentleman is either a cowering weakling or one of them.

    • timpundit

      No shit, THAT is the big story here!

  • Cornelius Fussbudget

    I’m starting to get worried about what all these dudebros are going to do next. They all just lost their jobs so they have plenty of time on their hands. I mean, fuck them sideways, but we also don’t want roving bands of neo nazi highway bandits. I hope some journalists, and the FBI, keep try to track of them.

    • Moar Wordz

      ” Roving band of neo nazi highway bandits…” Well put, with a giant mushroom cloud in the backround, from President in Tweet. He’ll be in his bunk.

    • timpundit

      Do we know how many really have lost their jobs so far?

    • The Trump clusterfuck administration diverted all FBI funding for counteracting domestic terrorism to islamic terrorism. Here is the story from six months ago:

      https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-extremists-program-exclusiv-idUSKBN15G5VO

  • The Flaming Carrot

    This whole thing is Obama’s fault! (Also, it’s Obama’s fault that the guy in the orange shirt weighs 600 pounds, because Obama held him down and force-fed him burgers from the Heart Attack Grill and blizzards from Dairy Queen.) https://www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2017/8/15/16148144/alabama-conservatives-on-charlottesville

    • lurch394

      Nonsense! Obama would have just stayed at the DQ and fed him something from the Brazier menu. No sense using more gas. Save the planet. Of course, there are the cows that provided the beef and dairy…

  • Leah Woodard

    Why is he showing off his period blood?

    • javadavis

      That is just what guys do. ‘Anything you can do I can do bigger…’

  • Walter Wellstone

    The Internet is forever, asshole. Enjoy the attention.

  • NotConvinced

    Is that his blood or from people hit by the Nazimobile? Nice Hitler cut Naziboy.

  • I just love that the current crop of racists are so dumb they didn’t even realise why the KKK wore hoods until now.

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