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Trumplords celebrate the Donald’s big victory by yelling about “cucks” on Twitter

Trump celebrates his win
Trump celebrates his win

With Trump now the inevitable Republican nominee, in the wake of his big victory in Indiana, the Anime Nazis and sh*tlords and Milo Yiannopoulos fanboys who are some of Trump’s biggest supporters have taken to Twitter to … yell about cucks.

Which is pretty much what they do every night. Tonight, they just did it more. But let’s let them have their little moment. Because every time they call someone a cuck they cost Trump a vote in the general election.

https://twitter.com/Though_Criminal/status/727693711459557376

https://twitter.com/brightonus33/status/727686662709465089

https://twitter.com/HonorAndDaring/status/727683084712325120

https://twitter.com/Roo_HXE/status/727682075050971136

https://twitter.com/Civis_Silas/status/727677339765776384

https://twitter.com/DatIbby/status/727678036599054336

https://twitter.com/DGilfry/status/727695644924743680

https://twitter.com/Civis_Silas/status/727687538316591105

https://twitter.com/CharlesMPowell/status/727675028808982529

https://twitter.com/ChrisTw1tterman/status/727691393930428416

https://twitter.com/genophilia/status/727688805046575105

https://twitter.com/MathFaithWorks/status/727680250407211008

https://twitter.com/_AltRight_/status/727664420642500609

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kupo
kupo
6 years ago

@GrumpyOld SocialJusticeMangina
My Trumpese is a little rusty, but I think he’s saying, “I had no idea what the popular thing to say was so I answered my honest opinion, then I back peddled when called out on it.”

GrumpyOld SocialJusticeMangina
GrumpyOld SocialJusticeMangina
6 years ago

That sounds about right. He doesn’t really think before he speaks, and sooner or later that’s going to bite him. And I don’t think he can stop himself from saying belittling things about HRC, and I think (hope) he’ll be made to pay for it.

radiojane
radiojane
6 years ago

Scildfreja:

@Axecalibur – I’m not American (and I’d vote Hillary in a heartbeat over Trump), but … I’m not convinced she’d actually oppose the government corruption that article talks about. Citizens United came in under Bill Clinton, as did a whole lot of deregulation in the US. (I think? My brain is in a fog today for some reason)

The funds from Citizens United were originally, in part, used to denigrate Hillary Clinton. The original court case that led to all this began with Citizens United fighting certain statutory provisions of Bipartisan Reform Campaign Act of 2002 (the McCain-Feingold law), revolving around their ‘documentary’, Hillary: The Movie. BRCA was a bipartisan effort starting in the Senate in 1995 to control the soft money from corporations that was increasingly playing a role in political advertising. The court case dragged on through the Supreme Court, but it wasn’t until January 2010 that the SC struck down those provisions of the BRCA that then opened the floodgates for SuperPACS. Bill Clinton had nothing to do with either signing BRCA into law or the subsequent Supreme Court decision, as he was no longer president.

Orion
6 years ago

My Trumpese is a little rusty, but I think he’s saying, “I had no idea what the popular thing to say was so I answered my honest opinion, then I back peddled when called out on it.”

Not quite. Donald used to give money to Planned Parenthood, and he’s a basically-non-religious New York businessman. I’m pretty sure Trump doesn’t actually object to abortion at all. I assume that someone told him that Republicans want abortion to illegal, and that rather than memorizing abortion talking points copied from other Republicans, he decided to wing it.

Because he wasn’t coached on the standard lies, he accidentally ended up being more honest than the rest of the republicans; he admitted publicly that if abortion is illegal, seeking abortion will be a crime, and women who get abortions will be criminals — which is exactly how it works when Republicans get their way, but which Republicans are supposed to pretend won’t be a problem.

Snowberry
Snowberry
6 years ago

Grammar pedantry – it’s “backpedaled”, not “back peddled”. As in, to pedal backwards on a bike.

Also, “Tumplords” makes me think of guys dressing up like nobles and playing with Trump dolls, for some reason.

Imaginary Petal
Imaginary Petal
6 years ago

I can never make out what Trump is trying to say. He never ever finishes a sentence. It’s just a jumble of words.

mockingbird
mockingbird
6 years ago

@Grumpy –

(1) In general you are right, but a man speaking of sexism to women is always in serious danger of coming off as mansplainy (as I’m sure I have been to some extent in my earlier post). I just think that in this case women will be more effective than any man in speaking to women about this subject.

I might he off base here, but I think that if you
(1) say something about how his comments make you feel rather than how they should make women feel,
(2) stick to letting it come up in conversation (that is, not randomly letting every woman know what you think about Trump),

You should be fine.

Axecalibur
Axecalibur
6 years ago

@IP
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aFo_BV-UzI
A jumble of slyly chosen words. He speaks to a specific type of person, and it works. Unfortunately

Skellington Rose
Skellington Rose
6 years ago

I hate the word and the culture of toxic masculinity behind it, but I can’t help but wonder…

Technically speaking, since *at least* one of Trump’s divorces involved infidelity on the wife’s part, isn’t he in fact a LITERAL “cuck”?

Tahia
Tahia
6 years ago

@History Nerd

Are you serious? “The US has been on the moderate left”? You know that even the Democrats are so far right they would hardly be electible in almost any other country, right?

Though it is admittedly getting worse in Europe, with the far right gaining. But that far right is similar to the Republicans.

Caesar
Caesar
6 years ago

Ironically that first quote “I came to bury Caesar, not to praise him”, is a part of a speech which praises Caesar.

Specifically it praises Caesar and makes out Brutus to seem the liar, and incites a civil war out of loyalty to Caesar.

They’re picking it because they think it sounds menacing “I will bury you”, but that’s not it at all. He’s covering for the fact that he’s under instructions from the conspiracy not to start trouble, but he does, merely by contrasting his view of Caesar with what Brutus has said of him.

Count on Trump supporters to pick a quote they don’t know the context of.

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