Nazi Site Celebrates Their Glorious Leader: We Did This And Now We’re Going To Kick Those Monkeys Out

From Andrew Anglin, editor of The Daily Stormer:

We won, brothers. All of our work. It has paid off. Our Glorious Leader has ascended to God Emperor. Make no mistake about it: we did this. If it were not for us, it wouldn’t have been possible.

We flooded the tubes, we created the energy, we made this happen. We were with him every step of the way. And the great news is, we’re going to be given credit for it. The media is finished. They are going to lash out. They will implode completely. History has been made.

Today, the world ended. A new world has been born. Anything is possible now. The future is wide open. Trump is a step toward our goal, not our actual goal, but he is a gigantic step.

All my friends in Europe are texting me “NOW WE’RE GOING TO GET TO KICK OUT THESE MONKEYS!!!!” Seriously, all caps texts, just like that.

We will now move into the next phase of our Great Work. Tomorrow, we troll. We have won so much. And it has led to the ultimate win. The battle is far from over. Much, much, much work to be done.

But the White race is back in the game. And if we’re playing, no one can beat us. The winning is not going to stop. Thank you all. I love you all. I am humbled to have had the honor of narrating this epic story for all of you amazing people. We won, brothers. Hail victory.

  • Lumpy Gaga

    Last night’s gasbag panel, and Rachel was the ONLY one bringing up phenomena like this.

    Everybody else kinda let her comments sit there like a fart.

    • james1200

      Tom Brokow or whatever that assholes name was said that this is as much the fault of democrats for going after minority votes, that it lead to this divisivness??!! I wanted to punch that fucktard so bad…motherfucker! They use and have used explicitly white supremacist language to rile up whites and it’s the fault of the democrats for providing safe harbor for reviled minorities and telling them this is also their America? I fucking hate this country, with all my heart.

      btw, it’s like a funeral at work…some of the ladies were crying when I came in this morning which almost set me off. I can’t let go of the anxiety in my chest.

      • Lumpy Gaga

        Cabbie this morning told me he picked up a lot of criers last night.

        • james1200

          Millions of people are going to lose their insurance, poor people, many of whom voted for our new Fuhrer and they cheer. He’s promised to slash taxes for his kind, meaning everything from social security on down will be slashed, and the over-60 crowd who voted for him will be much worse off and they cheer. They cheer making the rich richer and making themselves poorer. Sick, sick fucking country we live in.

          • teeveedub

            The buyers’ remorse is going to be epic.

          • Lumpy Gaga

            The buyers’ remorse is going to rhyme with “yo mama”.

          • james1200

            Or…so long as he continues to hate minorities and fulfill his harsh treatment of Muslims & Hispanics, he creates a new coalition that sustains him thru two terms. Not retreating on the racism is the key. I’m really worried about midterms…the backlash SHOULD be epic but with this new electorate he’s turned out, i just don’t fucking know anymore. We lost EVERYTHING. Everything.

          • Todd20036

            As long as white people are “special” there will be no buyers remorse

          • Dramphooey

            The jobs that no longer exist won’t reappear and there will be no wall.

          • Todd20036

            They’ll blame the Jews for that.

          • Oh’behr

            Exactly. Somehow these Trump voters, while they lose a lot in the interim, will think they’re still special as somehow Trump spoke to them.

          • teeveedub

            I’m thinking of all those campaign promises that Trump has no chance or no intention of fulfilling.

          • Duh-David

            We’ll be hearing a lot of this: “But she would have been worse.”

          • Lumpy Gaga

            They’re not just going to lose their insurance: they’re going to go back into a “free market” where pre-existing conditions are once again fair game.

            Husbot repeatedly worried, when we got married, “What if it all turns around?” Lots of sick people wondering just that about their rebelling bodies this morning.

          • wmforr

            My sister-in-law’s emotionally troubled son lives at home and won’t pursue a job. She thinks Obamacare is of the devil. When he gets kicked off her insurance, she will call, and bitch, and beg for money. Forget it this time!

          • kaydenpat

            Don’t blame you at all. Elections have consequences.

          • clay

            back to rapid prescription inflation, as well.

          • Paula

            That’s called business.

      • Lumpy Gaga

        Shorter Tom Brokaw: “Don’t talk about Fight Club, eh? And what about that greatest generation?”

      • Librarykid

        Same here. It’s hard to fathom the evil in our society. It is my hope that this will give the Republican party the opportunity to destroy itself. If it takes the nation with it, TFB.

        • james1200

          I finally understand the “arm yourself and live on a self-sustaining farm” mentality.

          • Lumpy Gaga

            Or license the fracking rights to that parcel and buy water and MickeyD’s the rest of your life.

            Might as well. Everybody upstream is doing it. Gettin’ themselves some sweet, sweet guns.

          • The_Wretched

            The other side has military drones. Arming yourself will only help keep the neighbors from stealing your crap.

          • I’m armed, now I need the farm

          • Shy Guy

            I have the farm, but don’t like firearms. 😀

            Sadly my farm is somewhere I’ll have to flee from if the Russians come, which is just when I would need my subsistance farm.

          • james1200

            God love you. I’ve learned to love guns in the past 24 hours after being an effete, anti-gun leftie all my life.

          • Ragnar Lothbrok

            Have you ever milked a cow ? It’s not as fun as you might think.

          • james1200

            Well, I’ve milked something similar. It can’t be that different.

          • Trust me – I’m a farm girl, after all – it is. You do that to a dick and you’re gonna get slapped!

            Milking machines aren’t that expensive, and they’re more sanitary if used properly.

          • WildwoodGuy

            It isn’t that it’s not ‘fun’. It’s that it has to be done, every day, twice a day, and there is no respite. And unless you can find someone else to do it for you, you are the one responsible to get it done and that was the part I hated most. Never getting to sleep in, always having to be home in the evening, same time, no matter what… that was hell on wheels for me!

    • The_Wretched

      The news media is as responsible as anyone for Trump. They still refuse to even describe him accurately.

      • CanuckDon

        And now they have even more of a reason to be scared to do that.

      • RoFaWh

        The news media of today are nothing more than a bad imitation of the real thing, a product of the “entertainment industry”.

        Thanks, assholes.

  • Paula

    Holy fucking jeebus!
    I can’t believe how many closeted white racists there are.

    • Acronym Jim


      They’re not closeted anymore. At least now we’ll know who they are so we can shun them.

      • Paula

        Yes, I have already seen a couple of them at work, this morning. It will take time to learn who I have to be cautious around.

        • Steverino

          I’m glad I retired eleven years ago, but then, the university library was always a pretty liberal / progressive environment in which to work. Hubby retired twelve years ago from his county administrative career and worked with a surprising number of Republicans, considering it was in Silicon Valley. At least they were gay-friendly… to his face, anyway.

          • Lumpy Gaga

            They’ve just learned they can’t unleash their id and stay employed.

            Thin veneer of civilization.

        • Neely OHara

          “It will take time to learn who I have to be cautious around.”

          Wow, I’d hoped we were approaching a place where this was no longer necessary. Hang in there, Paula.

          • Rambie

            So was I

        • rickhfx

          The hidden ones are the real scary ones.

      • Blake Jordan

        Hard to shun the majority…

        • rickhfx

          So true !

      • rickhfx

        Trigger alert, for those that are shunned.

    • boatboy_srq

      Believe it.

      And believe that they’ve had fifty years, and specifically the last eight, to germinate under the Southern Strategy “Southern nice” mantle.

    • Ninja0980

      Trust me, they’re everywhere, even in Blue States.

      • Vista-Cruiser

        Unfortunately, most of those blue states are now red.

        • Lumpy Gaga

          Through much of the evening, Pennsylvania seemed to have a blue-county firewall that I hadn’t seen before, going up the Delaware River from Philly about 2/3 of the way; one county deep.

          That disappeared before all was said and done.

      • teeveedub

        Declaring states blue or red is so binary. I’ve lived and spent time in a lot of places in the US. There’s a lot of red in blue states and a lot of blue in red states.

      • GayOldLady

        Wisconsin & PA proved that to be true

    • james1200

      I can, I just didn’t think they voted.

    • EweTaw

      They’re not closeted anymore.

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    • j.martindale

      It is also the low turnout of the minority voters in places like Florida and North Carolina. Blame voter suppression, if you like, but if I were one of them, I would have voted come hell or high water.

      • SoCalGal20

        Well they can only do so much when the system is rigged against them. For example, in Florida you can’t vote if you’ve ever been convicted of a felony. That right there disenfranchises about a 1/6 (?), I think, of AfricanAmetican voters in FL. Add to that cutting polling locations and times in places where people can’t afford to take time off and it just adds up. The death of a thousand cuts.

        And look at NC. The court ruled that the state was engaging in voter suppression and what happened there? Effectively not a goddamn thing. They went to the county level and encouraged them to suppress the vote there. Add Hurricane Matthew into the mix and well.

        Obviously voters who just can’t be bothered to vote are also a problem but it isn’t only that. Our voting system is broken in many ways.

      • Lumpy Gaga

        Also, too: this “black vote is underperforming” B.S.: while Clinton should have been doing better – a lot better – than 86% among African-Americans, many articles weirdly point to the percentage of the electorate who actually are AfAm. That number has gone down not just due to voter suppression, but positive white ‘splosions.

        People should have been worried a year ago when Rethuglican registrations went up and President Trump (get used to it) was getting better raw numbers in the Rethuglican primaries than anybody in history.

        • j.martindale

          Delude yourself if you like. It was not the increase in white voters that lost the election, it was the absence of Blacks. All over the country, the minority vote didn’t show up. To be honest, I am afraid that if the minority candidate is not on the ballot, the minority vote will not show up. Here is a Black gentleman in Michigan noting that problem.

          • Lumpy Gaga

            50+% of “white and college educated” did you dirtier Tuesday night than 14% of all African Americans.

          • j.martindale

            I voted the same damned way you did. The problem is that in Ohio and North Carolina and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, the same people that turned out for Obama DIDN’T SHOW UP. I was there and you were there, and we would have won if those other people were there. The fact is, as the article I pointed to you indicated, there wasn’t a problem of new voters for Trump. There was a problem of old voters for Obama not showing up. It isn’t your fault, but dammit, if people who can vote don’t, then we lose elections, and I am really angry at them for screwing themselves. The rednecks are assholes. Yes. So are the non-voters.

    • SoCalGal20

      Not closeted anymore! It’s going to be all out in the open now.

      • WildwoodGuy

        I suspect you are correct. They are all going to be all ‘out and proud’ now because they won a battle. Well… they haven’t won the war.

    • TampaZeke

      And how many closeted female misogynists! Trump won the women’s vote. Let’s try to wrap our minds around that.

      It’s not just white racists; though that’s the main problem. We live in a country where the largest voting block has become the ignorant/stupid/insane constituency.

      • Todd20036


      • Jamie Brewer

        This movie could be a documentary:

      • rickhfx

        9 out of 10 men and 6 out of 10 women, uneducated that is, voted for Trump

        • Grumpy Old Man

          I think you might be using rose colored glasses – it was not uneducated vs educated, it was bigots all the way down.

      • rickhfx

        Makes sane people feel crazy doesn’t it?

      • He didn’t win the women’s vote. He won the WHITE women’s vote.

    • Talisman

      I used to believe the best about people; that with a little education and access to facts, their hearts could be changed.

      But hate never dies; it goes underground to fester. They still say all the bad things, but in private, amongst themselves, or to the TV, where the children hear and learn.

      And so it survives.

      • Cylux

        Hate is a natural part of the human condition, with love being the other side of the same coin, indeed one of the easiest ways to inspire hate is to pose a threat to something that someone loves.

        The expectation that actual natural human qualities can simply be purged from humanity by ‘education’ (a thing which can vary widely and greatly in quality depending on the teacher, or lack thereof) or access to ‘facts’ (as though facts themselves can never be open to interpretation), was always a foolish notion born of sheer hubris. A much better path would have been to actually pay attention to how humans naturally behave and then structure society around that in the best way possible to maximise the most good, rather than trying to remake humanity into a more pleasing image. You work with what you have, not with what you wish you had.

        Anyway long story short, Hobbes was right, Rousseau was full of shit.

    • rickhfx

      More than 50% of the population.

  • TK

    Congrats, Republicans. This is you now…any way you try to dress it.

  • Lumpy Gaga

    Rachel: “The first black president is immediately followed by the white-supremacists’ preferred choice.”


    • Librarykid

      Just like what followed the Weimar Republic. “Never Again” means nothing.

  • Marc
    • Dagoril

      It really does feel like Gaius-frakking-Baltar just won the election, doesn’t it.

      • Marc

        A self-serving womanizer with voices talking in his head… the description is frighteningly apt. =

      • Nasty Girl Brianna

        And he beat Laura Roslyn too.

    • AW

      This has been running through my mind this morning. I’m a nerd, I think of Battlestar Galactica and Babylon 5, both of which had themes that apply here.

  • Rebecca Gardner

    I’m totally sick to my stomach. I cannot believe the people of this country are this fucking stupid.

    I work at an immigration law firm. Last night one of the attorneys emailed us that the Canadian Immigration web site crashed.

    I’m still hoping that this is all just a really bad dream and I will wake up soon.

    • james1200

      It doesn’t seem real. None of it. It feels like we ended up in some hellish alternate timeline.

    • Todd

      This was my thought last night. I’ve always known there are a lot of stupid people in this country but I never knew quite how many. Today we have a number to put on it and it is currently almost 60,000,000. Stupidity knows no bounds apparently.

      • Oh’behr

        I was discussing this situation (the vote and people’s stupidity) also with the person who cooks for us where I live as I live in a group residential housing (not really a group home, more like group housing) while I apply for Social Security disability (long story).

        I think it’s also a case of people thinking Trump isn’t going to affect them, i.e., many Trump voters. Them thinking: Oh, he isn’t going to cut my Medicare. Oh, he won’t cut my Social Security. Ha, just watch with a GOP congress. Yes, he will cut programs and benefits.

        • WildwoodGuy

          This is going to be a huge game changer for the US. With a republican held legislative branch, a republican held executive branch, and with Trump promising to fill any Supreme Court vacancies with people to the right of Scalia, it will mean a very heavily weighted republican judicial branch as well.

          As Trump has vowed to overturn Obergefell vs. Hodges and return control of marriage to the states, it could mean severe losses for the LGBT community. And with all three branches of the government controlled by R’s, we could see slashes to Medicare, Social Security, ACA, Amtrak, NPR, National Foundation for the Arts, NIH, CDC, and cuts to education, welfare and a host of other social programs the R’s have been dying to curtail severely or kill off entirely. All of the religious freedom rights acts (RFRA) in the 23 states that are attempting to pass them will probably do so now… and the courts will uphold those laws… so we could soon find signs refusing to serve, hire, rent to, and generally refuse to acknowledge us as humans. And the courts will support that!

          This is going to be a very difficult time to live in the US, I believe. I’m not ready to leave… but I do know as we move through the first couple of years of a Trump presidency, depending on how much of his (and Pence’s) agenda they are able to push through a legislature controlled by R’s, and how heavily impacted various groups are, financially, we could see an enormous push in the mid-terms to correct some of this.

          I also have a sneaking suspicion that Trump is being used. Used as a frontman to get Pence in the door. Once all Trump’s prior legal issues begin to hit and ‘someone’ does some serious investigating of his taxes, I suspect he’ll be out the door and we’ll be stuck with Pres. Pence. And in my own personal opinion, I believe that will be much, much worse than Trump alone.

        • charemor

          Similar to the idiots in the UK who voted to leave the EU and then were surprised that it passed.

        • Todd

          I agree. They voted from a position of white straight privilege but Trump doesn’t care anything about. He used their perceived privilege to get himself into office and he, and the GOP-controlled Congress, won’t care who they have to hurt or let die to further their own selfish ideals.

      • FancyThat
    • JCF

      There you are, {{{Rebecca}}}. Glad to hear from you.

      We’ll get through this, together. [email me, if you want to meet in NorCal somewhere – jcf1899 at gmail dot com ]

  • David L. Caster

    Time for the Electoral College to do what the Founders intended and prevent rabble from electing a sociopath as POTUS.

    • JustSayin’

      We can only hope.
      The electors brayed about not voting for clinton if she won, now is time to turn the tables.

      They, the Rs, brayed about making Obama a one term president. It is time to turn the tables.

      They proudly obstructed legislation and recovery from the worst economic disaster since 1929. It is time to turn the tables.

      They shut down government. It is time to turn the tables.

      Democrats need to grow a spine and a pair of balls. They started this war, now let us finish it off with the weapons they made acceptable to use.

      • JNK

        Actually bailing out the banks, instead of bailing out citizens is what has obstructed the economy for the average American. The stock market is making a killing for the 1%…At least until today…

        • JustSayin’

          You are conveniently forgetting the thousands of pieces of legislation passed by republicans and blocked by republicans that have hampered this nation since Nixon.

          You are ignoring that Bush placed no strings on the use of bailout money and Obama was barely able to change thatbeven slightly.

          There is no single specific cause, it is the result of generational planning and intent by the Rs.

          Do not continue to trap yourself into the doom thinking that one thing caused this as that will allow you to falsely believe that simply surviving four years of trump wont be so bad.

      • David L. Caster

        Indeed. We should be availing ourselves of the arms fascism has so patiently wrought and beat it back with its own implements of destruction. But what will that make us—and to what end.

    • BudClark

      I was wondering about that. What will “Never Trump” Republican electors do in states that don’t penalize or bind electors?

    • Todd20036

      Don’t hold your breath waiting for that scenario to occur. You’ll turn rather blue.

    • They didn’t – the rabble, that is. The popular vote went to Hillary. Do you need a clearer picture of why the E.C. must finally die?

  • Lumpy Gaga

    OTOH, Shorter commentator on NHK this morning:

    “It’s over, whitey. Say hello to China.”

  • Lumpy Gaga

    Good luck getting your diabetic test strips paid for out of pocket, morans.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      Advice columns of the near future: “Single-use needles are just a Jewish conspiracy.”

      • Oh’behr

        Living with Hepatitis C really isn’t so bad. /s

        • Todd20036

          HIV meds really don’t have to be taken every day. /s

          • RoFaWh

            And condoms don’t protect anyone from STDs.

          • FancyThat

            Wait until Prep is pulled away entirely, or priced outside anyone’s pocketbook…..

      • Paula

        I didn’t really like taking that gout medication anyway. I wonder if I can build homemade hoverrounds?

  • FAEN

    Meh-these guys are cowards hiding behind sheets. The 🏳️‍🌈 community has had to fight before and here we are having to do it again.

    It will swing back to sanity at some point. Until then I will do what I can to stay strong, and fight.

    Joe-thank you for this space. Without it and this community I would be without hope.

    • kevin vincent

      Yeah we got to keep fighting show we won’t back down it’s crazy a large portion of Trump supports are both either supportive or indifferent about gay rights hell even Trump has pandered to the LGBT community

      I think homophobia has largely died if you think about it racism is sadly easier another race can be the ‘other’ but a gay person can be your friend, parent child etc

      • Jellybean

        I think, anything or any person you want to hate is now in fashion!

      • Ragnar Lothbrok

        I like your optimism Kevin.

  • Silver Badger

    “Our Glorious Leader has ascended to God Emperor” What are they going to do when they find out that their Emperor has no clothes?

    • Bryan

      Point and laugh at his manly genitalia?

      • Lumpy Gaga


        • RoFaWh

          “Disrespect towards the President”

    • kevin vincent

      Or that he completely ticks him over and never gave a shit about then and used them

  • Lumpy Gaga

    Brian Williams poured out a 40-ounce for Timmeh Russert last night when talk of Michigan was on the table.

  • NancyP

    Yep, that’s what I was thinking last night – Nov 9, 1938 – Kristallnacht. I can only imagine what my Muslim M.D. colleagues are thinking (at least until lunchtime, then I will know).

    • JulieBL

      11/9 was also the date of the BierHalle Putsch, IIRC. Yuge day for the fascists.

  • PickyPecker
    • Todd20036

      Pepe never asked for this. Neither did we.

  • JustSayin’

    We have listened to, believed in ,and propogated the idea that the old white racist crowd was dying off.

    We were wrong.

    • FAEN

      They’ve been replaced by their children.

      • JustSayin’

        And we sat in our bubble and fiddled while Rome burned

        • Todd20036

          No, we weren’t complacent. We just hoped that America was better than that.
          We were wrong. We aren’t better. We are worse.

          • JustSayin’


            we were complacent in every midterm we did not vote in.
            We were complacents in not turning out the vote this year.
            We were complacent in not organizing against the tea party extremists who were elected.

            In one way you are right, we hoped. What we failed to do is act to make that hope a reality.

          • Todd20036

            Yeah. Our midterm participation sucks,

            Our participation in this election was woefully inadequate.

            It won’t matter anymore. You can bet that in future “elections”, voter suppression will be officially condones, and states that used to be blue will be red, except in some cities, which will become oases.

            Assuming we still have a functioning country, and assuming we don’t have constitutional amendments keeping him longer, or that he doesn’t nuke us.

            My fear isn’t the 2016 election, so much as this is the last election.

  • jmax

    I was kinda hoping Joe wouldn’t post any of the gloating from the alt-right and evangelicals. This is hard enough to take already.

    • kevin vincent

      Think of it this way Trump doesn’t care about them he never did he will swiftly shove them out of the way

      • jmax

        Until he needs them again.

        • kevin vincent

          And Thr cycle will continue

  • KCMC

    “It’s a Gloria Gaynor Day.” -Anne LaMott

  • Gene Perry

    and so it begins …

  • Mike C

    Well, they’re going to be sorely disappointed to find out they voted for huckster. Good.

    • Earl

      As long as they’re better off than the people they hate, they’ll be happy.

      • Snarkaholic

        When he heists their Assistance and Social Security, they won’t think they’re better off.

        • Todd20036

          Won’t matter. Not at all. They’ll just blame Obamacare for siphoning away money, or LBGT, or blacks, or anyone not white, Christian, stupid, etc.

          • Snarkaholic

            But the fact remains that they’ll be broke and starving; and they’ll demand that Trump fix it…which he won’t.

          • Todd20036

            Trump will blame us. And his minions are gullible enough to believe him.

            Remember, in 1930s Germany, the economy sucked, and people told Hitler to fix it. And he said he cannot because Jews stole their money.

            And we all know the rest.

            Well, get ready for the sequel.

          • Snarkaholic

            Of course he’ll blame us…but the rednecks, many of whom can’t survive without aid, will still starve.
            I’m aware of how minorities were/will be scapegoated.

          • Todd20036

            So they’ll starve. They also breed. They just make more.

          • SoCalGal20

            He’s already blaming Jews. Bannon is an Anti-Semite. Jews are part of the global conspiracy. His closing argument ad laid it all out. Basically everybody who isn’t white (and straight) will be blamed. He’ll keep giving the poors their scapegoats to focus on while he bleeds the U.S. dry, just watch.

          • Todd20036

            Yup. For the haters, feeling superior is more important than life or quality of life.

            Hell, they’ll gladly march into battle to protect white privilege.

            I’m just glad I’m too old for a draft.

          • BudClark

            “Hell, they’ll gladly march into battle to protect white privilege.”

            Just like the South before the Civil War. A small minority owned slaves; they convinced the rest to go to war for their economic interests and white privilege.

            I agree that we need some radical changes in this country, but you don’t get them by burning down the country.

            I don’t think we’ll recover from this in my lifetime, if ever. After all, the South still hasn’t recovered from the Civil War (economically OR spiritually) after 150 years.

          • Steve Teeter

            Want to know how bad the mindset still is here, after 150 years? I used to be a curator at a museum here in New Orleans, and so of course knew the local museum community, all the other local curators. We have a Confederate Memorial museum here, privately owned. The local gossip is that when Ken Burns’s series “The Civil War” came out, the Confederate museum staff put in a request to the board to authorize purchasing a copy for their library. Slam dunk, no? The board, hard liners all, rejected the request, and said that if the staff felt they had to have some video in their library they could always get a copy of “Gone With the Wind.”

            I kid you not.

          • Lumpy Gaga

            Invasive species.

          • RoFaWh

            By the time Drumpf’s first term is over, he will have enriched himself to such a degree he won’t feel the need for a second round of looting the public fisc.

            Maybe. One can hope.

    • Sam_Handwich

      i’m not worried about them, i’m worried about US

      • Lumpy Gaga

        It’s not like those two guys killed THEMSELVES when godot didn’t show.

  • Gigi

    What will they do when Trump doesn’t deliver on promise that he made? He’s all talk and no follow-through.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      Time for a war. Putin will have suggestions.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      [Not sure why “FancyThat”s post was taken down “by a moderator”. It read trolly but I don’t think it was.]

      I respond:

      That’s the thing. I really can’t envision myself “engaging” like when W
      was elected, I was 16 years younger, and still had the energy to keep up
      on the outrage of the day, canvass and work for Democrats, etc.

      It is not clear yet that I can play at being a watchman.

      • Gigi

        Hopefully there are others who have the time and energy to pick up where you left off. There’s a lot of rebuilding to do. I’m hopeful.

  • Todd20036

    ANd so it begins. Right on schedule

  • Phillip in L.A.

    It’s Tuesday, breeders. Come and get us. Just try.

    • Todd20036

      Wednesday, actually

      • Phillip in L.A.

        Tuesday, Wednesday, whatever. ykwim

  • NancyP

    It’s not just White Panic. I can’t emphasize enough how much straight male angst there was over the possibility of a woman president. And the majority of the middle class (above median income) and upper class are only interested in keeping taxes low.
    There’s a lot of fuzzy thinking going on out there in the suburbs and rural areas. Rust belters really believing that there will be unskilled and semiskilled labor jobs paying 35.00 an hour and better. Boy are they in for a disappointment. Maybe the laziest of these, the ones who partied and drank / toked their way through high school, will die off from heroin and undiagnosed AIDS.
    Time to fly the Stars and Stripes upside down. No restraints on voter suppression any more. Supreme Court locked into business and religious interests for the next 20 or more years.

    • JW Swift

      So you believe there was any actual thinking going on, fuzzy or otherwise? It seemed to me that an awful lot of the Trump supporters had made their decisions in a far more knee-jerk, non-thinking manner (a la “U.S.A., fuck yeah!”).

    • another_steve

      The male angst over the possibility of a woman president followed eight years of right wing rage over the fact that there’s been a black man in the White House. That was a factor untouched by the mainstream media this election cycle: the widespread anger out there — the felt-indignity — of there having been a black man in the White House.

      That, combined with the misogyny you’ve referenced, brought Donald Trump to the Presidency.

      • RoFaWh

        If only the MSM had mentioned that Drumpf is actually Jewish, thanks to Grandpa Drumpf, the gold rush brothel keeper.

  • Lakeview Bob

    Holy fucking shit!

  • JustSayin’

    All the Eldergays should remember this

  • Mike Knife

    DONALD TRUMP, Why can’t we use nuclear weapons?

    • Todd20036

      And his government will say, “No reason. No reason at all.”

      • TominDC

        Well, what’s the point of having them in the first place?

        These things expire, y’know! Might as well get our money’s worth.

  • Go ahead, asshole. Bring your shit to me and try to crawl out from under your rock. Any of you racist, sexist, homophobic trash who tries will be meeting Matilda’s business end.

    This – O’ My Children – is why Mommie Dammit owns a gun.

    • Todd20036

      We love you for it.

    • i’ll just use my hands, or maybe the baseball bat. i’m too often depressed to own a gun safely. i’m really glad i don’t own one today.

  • Giant Monster Gamera

    My dad was a democratic state rep. and was one of the people to sign gay marriage into law and one of my dearest elder gay friends campaigned tirelessly for Obama. Both passed away this year. I’m so glad they’re not here to see this.

    • SoCalGal20

      I’m sorry for your loss. I feel the same with regards to some of my relatives. I’m glad they’re not here to see this.

    • Tulle Christensen

      I am an elder gay and my better half passed away last year (March 13 2015) and I am glad he will not have to live through this and sad he is not here to comfort me right now,

      So I know how you feel…and I thank your family and friends for all they have done

  • Tor

    Welcome to our future.

    • OdieDenCO

      welcome to my nightmare!

  • Lumpy Gaga

    “Men of good fortune…”

  • bob

    Oh yea, that will unite us !

  • Richard

    No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the American public.
    – H.L. Mencken

    The racists have won, America has lost…… unbelievably sad.

  • Dramphooey

    Note the trolling plans for today. Don’t feed them if they show up.

    • Treant

      Report and move on, like the above (that won’t last very long with Joe on the job).

  • Rex

    For the first time in my life I’m afraid to live in America.

    • JulieBL

      Well, there are people all over the planet who are terrified to live where they do. We evidently aren’t immune.

  • PickyPecker
  • JZ

    For all you losers & cry babies….Maybe a little shock therapy will fix you. Nurse Ratched charges plenty under ACA premium increases.

    • Friday

      No, asshole, your corporate masters screwing up an election *still* doesn’t make that work on us queers. Reality isn’t like that, only your hatred.

  • motordog
    • Anastasia Beaverhousen

      Loved that show… can’t wait for the second season… but don’t want us to be the second season

      • ralphb

        Oddly enough, I’m reading the book right now. P.K. Dick could see the future and it’s scarier than he imagined.
        If you really want to freak out, read “It Can’t Happen Here” by Sinclair Lewis.

  • jmax
  • Daveed_WOW

    Trolls are here. Do not feed.

  • I think that the Democratic Party needs to take the Trump victory for what it is. Democratic “firewall” states — Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan– states that are chock full of former union members and former manufacturing workers who lost their well paid manufacturing jobs and benefits to “free trade” economics and felt sold out by the Democratic Party— they threw an F.U. firebomb at the system. Michael Moore was right, and as a Hillary supporter, as much as I hate to admit it, if Bernie Sanders were her VP, she might have won the race — Bernie spoke to these people’s hearts. The Democratic Party needs to get back to its New Deal roots and give a damn about the average working person or continue to lose elections to tinpot populists like Donald Trump. This election is a wake-up call. Addendum- the average Trump voter in Pennsylvania is not a bigot. It is a someone in Pittsburgh who worked at a steel company at $25 an hour who now is working at Walmart and can’t afford a meal out at Golden Corral as a special treat (I am exaggerating but you get the gist).

    • SoCalGal20

      I agree about Bernie as her VP. Or maybe even Elizabeth Warren. I do think Hillary and Bernie would have made a great ticket. Could have made each other better in different ways. Sadly, doesn’t matter anymore.

      Having said that, I do like Tim Kaine but a lot of people had no idea who he was and she should have gone with somebody who could fire up a crowd. That’s not Tim.

      • If I lost a manufacturing job, and someone was telling me about the benefits of Trans Pacific Partnership, I might vote for Trump!!!!!!!! Damn, work at Walmart??? Is that the answer?

        • LookielouE1707

          Well, that’s a bigger problem than this election, because manufacturing jobs are going away no matter who gets elected, and no matter what policies we enact.

          And while I agree that in an election this close just about anything, including a Sanders vp nomination, might have turned the tide, the flip side is that people are making way too much of this – Trump was rejected by the majority of American voters. Minus some successful vote suppression in WI, and assuming Hillary does just a couple of tenths better and thus wins MI and PA and therefore the election, there’s none of this narrative about what a terrible campaign she ran and how there was supposedly some groundswell movement to shake things up in America. We lost, and the consequences will be profound, but this is not a paragdim shift – Obama would have won easily had he been able to run for a third term.

    • Do Something Nice

      Clinton blew the election. She tried to play it safe and make it mostly a single issue – that Trump is a pig, ignoring that many people lost economic ground during the last 8 years of recovery.

      Of course there are racists, sexists, xenophobes and homophobes who would never vote for Clinton under any circumstances.

      But there are many others who were suffering and ripe for someone to advocate for them, and so desperate that they could be conned by the snake oil salesman Trump when nobody else – other than Sanders – appeared to speak to them.

      I’m not making this about Sanders. I’m making this about Clinton. She blew it and it is heartbreaking, and I’m filled with anger, stress and anxiety when thinking about the future.

      • Todd20036

        Hate won more than Clinton lost.

        If you want to blame someone other than Trump’s minions, blame the media.

        They gave Trump free airtime and soft-pedaled all of his crimes and scandals while harping on Clinton’s email server.

        • Do Something Nice

          It is that attitude that will ensure that Republicans own all three branches of government.

          Clinton blew it.

      • Tiger Quinn

        She did not fucking blow it. She ran a perfect campaign. Voters like YOU fucking blew it with that attitude. We should have been unified since day one, and yet we had to hear THAT bullshit for 16 months. Oh, she’s so unlikable, wah wah wah. Get the fuck out of here.

        • Do Something Nice

          It was so perfect that she lost.

    • Friday

      How they ‘felt’ was based on lies from the media owned by the same people that sent their jobs away.

      • Chicago joe

        Yes, but were not going to change the media, we can change how we approach these communities

        • Friday

          The media gave them permission to feel butthurt cause a woman called them ‘deplorables’ for screaming their bigotry and hatred against others.

  • Treant

    On the up side, the crashing global economy means less production and less carbon dioxide generated.

    …I’m trying to find an up side here. Leave me be.

    • Nychta

      My upsides, meager though they seem: Arpaio and Babeu defeated in AZ, Tammy Duckworth won in IL. McCrory may be defeated in NC. Short list.

      • Treant

        Hassan in NH. Maybe. We can add that!

        • Lumpy Gaga

          Not counted yet? WTF, NH?

        • SoCalGal20

          Cortez Masto in NV won Harry Reid’s seat and will be the first Latina in Senate (provided Trump doesn’t have her deported).

          • Lumpy Gaga

            No deportation. She’s an 8.

          • SoCalGal20

            For now! Give her a few years or if she sasses Trump.

          • Treant

            I’ll take it. And the courts might have something to say about deporting a sitting Senator…

    • Friday

      Well, they won’t have any Democrats to blame for what they’re always doing themselves, at least?

      • KnownDonorDad

        They’ll still try to blame the Democrats, somehow.

    • Merv99

      The other upside is that the transition to electric vehicles is already underway, and the Republicans may be able to slow it down, but they can’t stop it.

  • Fuck everyone who voted third party. Fuck everyone who thinks Bernie would have prevailed and therefore sat it out. Fuck everyone who thinks a Trump presidency would be preferable (Susan Sarandon).

    • Tiger Quinn

      Yeah, that asshole in particular can fall down a hole.

  • zeddy303

    Don’t worry bitches, I’m buying a gun and am not afraid to use it to protect myself.

  • This is the doing of the DNC and Wasserman-Schultz. If Sanders had at LEAST been the VP pick we probably would have pulled this off. We are still ahead in the popular vote, but the DNC, thinking they know better, did this.

    • Hillary picked her own VP. I don’t think the DNC had as much influence picking the nominee as you give them credit for. The nomination was wrapped up after Super Tuesday in March 2016 in all but name; African Americans and Latinos overwhelmingly supported Hillary as did LGBT people and other parts of the Democratic coalition. They had some influence in helping Hillary but I think she would have won anyway.

      • CharlestonDave

        Eddie, what’s your take on why Hillary lost Florida?

    • Friday

      We’ve been through this before. If the Sanders campaign haddone anything but attack Hilary and all the Democrats, then we wouldn’t be in this situation at all. Bernie’s failure to get a progressive message across to any but the choir is what it is.

      • Tiger Quinn

        Yep. He was only too happy to gin up all the hate, and then halfheartedly endorsed her. Nice job, Bernie Bros!

        • Friday

          Bernie himself actually did his best, if too late. It’s his supposed supporters who only wanted damage.

      • The DNC had decided long before the primaries that Clinton would be the nominee.

        • Friday

          That’s cause that was reality. Refusing to deal with reality causes Mr. Fuckup to shit on your house.

    • Lumpy Gaga

      Debbie Wasserman Schultz broke my bicycle!!!!

    • Tiger Quinn

      I’m not even going to challenge your assertion – I just want to know what that did for you. Feel better now? Oh good.

  • Lumpy Gaga

    While I never considered her a heavyweight, I was genuinely moved by Ana Marie Cox (nee Wonkette) comments on Tuesday night’s live “Daily Show”.

  • ETownCanuck
    • I don’t see Michele running for any office. She seems to despise politics. She probably would need to run for Senator first I think, and could easily win a seat from a place like Illinois of course, I don’t see it — maybe a University President or foundation head or something.

  • Tiger Quinn

    So I see that we’ve gone from last night’s “we’re all in this together” to today’s “this is because she didn’t pick Bernie!” (or fill in the blank with whatever your issue is). I guess this is making you feel better to try and roll back the clock, but you know damned well that if you hadn’t been deriding her all this time, talking about her likability and bullshit corruption, if WE HAD BEEN UNIFIED FROM THE BEGINNING, they wouldn’t have been able to pull the shit they did. Evil voters are evil voters, but I hope to God I never run into ANYONE who crows about how at least they didn’t vote for Killary. Go f yourself entirely.

  • FancyThat

    Two words: President Pence

    That’s been their game from the moment before the RNC, when they lied to Donald and told him that his plane had mechanical problems — that he’d have to spend the night in Indiana. — while his entire team (and children) had to convince him to drop Christie and garner the Evangelical vote with Pence. Mercer would foot the bill for the RNC and Trump could have a free ride if he’d simply agree to bring on Pence and Mercer’s mouthpiece, Kellyanne.

    It happened.

    Trump acquiesced and Pence (and his gregariously supremacist-friendly Evangelicals) were silently signed on. Trump handed solid Red Meat to a group who’d suffered long enough under the dreaded black President, B. Hussein Obama. And the momentum had begun.

    Now part two begins,….. The corruption trials, rape charges, Trump’s demise. Now they move to “phase two of the great work”. — restoring white purity with President Pence.

    The GOP is happy to lead the charge as they’ve never supported Trump in the first place. Paul Ryan, et. Al., can lead the charge(s) and let the inquiries, committees and impeachment panels begin.

    Trump has allowed them to put the machine back into motion (and power) and now their ‘good work’ can begin– the restoration of a pure, Christian-ruled nation with President Pence at the helm.

    Yes, America (white Evangelical America) has fired back after eight years in not-too-subtle seclusion. Immigrants be damned, they’re determined to undo and erase the not-so-white shades and colors that have infiltrated the American make-up. The great and righteous purification has arrived, on schedule, and President Pence is waiting off-stage for his cue.

    The Civil War rages on in 2016’s America, and President Pence will come to the helm to save us all from Donald Trump as he begins the great purge and long-awaited rebirth and purification of this great land.

    Pay attention, friends, their show has barely begun. There’s no conspiracy theory here. This IS the new reality TV, hosted, temporarily, by President Donald Trump.

    And coming soon, to a capital near you, with President Pence.

    • KnownDonorDad

      I so want this to be wrong…we have a Dominionist a heartbeat away from the presidency.

  • Mark

    A thought. The House of Representatives will be up for re-election in two years. Time to get to work!

    • Pat

      Yes. It’ll be hard because of the gerrymandering and redistricting the Republicans were busy doing to keep their grip, but the time to begin the resistance is now.

  • Blake Jordan
  • Bad Tom

    Congratulations Trump!
    You are America’s doom.

  • Friday

    Hey, Nazi assholes. You’re still fat and stupid.

    • CriticalDragon1177

      And they will still lose in the long run. Its not like liberals will just coincide and give them everything they want now, and its not like Trump will be able to kick all the non whites out the country, or bring back Jim Crow, even if he wanted to.

      • Friday

        They just took the power. They always abuse it when they have it. All these whiners probably just killed me, but that’s what’s happening. Beauty of being Pagan is, “They can kill us, but they can’t kill us.”

  • Scott MB

    We can blame those that voted Independent or didn’t vote for this outcome. However a large majority of the blame needs to be shared by the MSM for not calling out Trump on his lies. The pollsters who gave us a false sense of security that Hillary will win in a landslide. It is so typical of Dems to believe that if the polls say it is a shoe in for the Dem candidate they don’t show up at the polls. It is a shameful day for all Dems that either didn’t vote or wasted their vote on an Independent. It is a horrible day for this country!

  • CriticalDragon1177

    Such sick people. Thankfully demographics alone are going to defeat them.

  • Pat

    Where’s a sinkhole when you need it?

  • Jacob

    Not the real theeat. Not even close. The clock has almost run out on climate change, we are doomed. Get rich or get ready to have your children live in the wastelands outside the dome.

    • Jeffg166

      No dome is going to save anyone.

  • Gigi

    Michael Moore warned this would happen and everyone laughed in his face. Who’s laughing now?

  • fuzzybits

    Bully in chief has bully followers,wow big news.

  • Paula

    I think Storm Troopers is copyrighted by Lucas. Are we going to have Storm Trumpers, now?

    • Talisman

      Dumpster Divers.

    • Yet Another Alex

      Actually, stormtroopers were the specialist soldiers of the German army in World War 1. See . *EDIT* I meant to add that Lucas probably got the idea of that name from that.

      • Friday

        Strictly speaking, they were the SA, including homocons that outlived their usefulness as of the ‘Night of Long Knives.’

        Less an ‘army’ than people who thought playing dress-up and being thugs would make them into one.

  • Cylux
    • Friday

      Pretty sure more dumbfuckery isn’t the way to convince anyone you aren’t a dumb fuck.

    • Mark

      New Mexico went blue so that map is fucked up.

  • juanjo54

    Ryan has already indicated that the Congress will make the repeal of medical coverage the first order of business when Trump takes the oath. He has also announced they will immediately seek to raise the age for Medicare to 67 and then submit a bill replacing it with tax credits and a medical voucher. He already has that bill drafted, the house voted on it in October.

    The question is just how bad is this going to be. Trump has agreed to support a constitutional amendment stripping gay people of their civil rights and has said he will rescind the executive order protecting gay people from discrimination in government jobs and services.

    The only question is how are the more sane people of this country going to react? Will they descend into accusations and recriminations between different factions or will they unite to fight against the more oppressive parts of the Republican platform.

    And all those blue collar white folks are going to realize just how stupid they have been pretty quickly. First of all Trump is not bringing back any of those old manufacturing jobs because most of them do not exist any longer. Automation has replaced most of those people. But those jobs which did move overseas will not be returning because it is much higher profit to pay a Bengali or Pakistani two cent a clothing item and sell it here for 15.00 than to pay a worker here minimum wage and benefits and sell the same item for 15.00.

    • AdamTh

      It’s not really a Republican platform, it’s a White Nationalist platform. The real Republican party does not exist any more.

    • Robert Conner

      I had hoped that under Clinton things might get incrementally better and I believe that under Trump they’re about to get immensely worse. The notion that the blue collar Bible lickers are going to wise up is waaay too optimistic. They’ve been primed by years of Sunday school to believe anything as long as it comes from an authority figure.

  • Robert Conner

    A few suggestions for the coming four years:

    (1) accumulate a fund of cash you can access without recourse to a bank or ATM.
    (2) be careful not to post inflammatory comments or personal info on social media.
    (3) consider buying a gun and learning how to use it.
    (4) pay serious attention to your health.

    The incoming administration will be hard to predict, but here are several things almost certain to happen.

    (1) The Supreme Court will veer seriously to the right.
    (2) Corporate America will rule, openly and aggressively.
    (3) Nothing will be done in the US about global climate change.
    (4) The worst of the worst among the GOP will be rewarded.
    (5) The financial fraud and malfeasance of the past will look like a picnic on the lawn in comparison to what’s ahead.
    (6) The internal security state will expand.

    Act accordingly.

    • Friday

      I’m not someone with money to accumulate, thanks to the *last* time these assholes were in charge. And I don’t have a lot of health to look out for. That’s going to get worse, and I’m likely to lose what I’ve been able to work for.

      Failure was not in the budget. Still isn’t.

      This lifetime’s probably a writeoff in terms of any happy endings but I’ve been here before. “Oh, completely screwed on a daily and ongoing basis, now all I gotta do is get up and save the world. Goddess, just give me tomorrow. Hoorah.”

      • Robert Conner

        The Trump leopard isn’t going to change its spots at this late date. Based on his career getting rich off OPM (other peoples’ money), his tax avoidance, his shady connections, and his infantilism, I think it’s safe to predict that income discrepancy will get worse, much worse, the internal security state will explode (based on well-timed FBI leaks), international relations will deteriorate, global warming will go unaddressed (as if it’s been addressed), and the fascist elements in American culture will be given carte blanche.

        • JulieBL

          Then comes the war, after the GOP fails miserably while owning all 3 branches. Revolution, indeed.

  • A Black

    More white women voted for trump than they did Hillary so I don’t want to hear any BS about this being about misogyny. You had a primary candidate who is still considered the most trusted politician in decades and probably the most liberal in our history and you decided to go with the status quo. You chose corrup, untrustworthy and unlikable. Maybe you’ll learn in 2020, but something tells me that you won’t. She was the wrong candidate from the get go and with everything she had going for her the race never should have even been anywhere near this close.

    • KnownDonorDad

      Gotta ask: Stein voter or Trump voter?

      • JCF

        Is there really a difference? BOTH are subordinates of Putin.

    • Friday

      Oh, this *is* about misogyny and other bigotries. The racism and Christianism just overwhelmed that *just enough* in the electoral college. Not even the popular vote, mind you.

  • Grumpy Old Man

    I am just slipping in for a quick moment – I have no words. I found old Craig Ferguson vids; I have a bunch of books (will be hanging out in the library for awhile). My sister, my b.i.;l. had a wonderful dinner at Place Pigalle – 40 years ago it was called Pig-Alley, they had to board up the windows because the clients threw their empties out the window 3 stories to the street below; there were nicotine stalactites hanging from the ceilings – it was a rough, working class bar and a load of fun (we pitched dimes – I won most of the time, the Marine Corps taught me something!). We did not look at our phones the entire evening, but the horse race was on when I got home so I turned everything off and read a book.

    My glass castings are heading back to skulls and demons for the foreseeable future. Take care all (I have that red 9+ next to my name – dare I look?

  • Uncle Mark

    BE WARNED, YOU FASCIST FUCKERS: Just as you attempted to celebrate the anniversary of Kristallnacht and draw a parallel of that to our current politics, I will remind you, that you still will not have your 1000 year Reich. You’ll be lucky to even have it for 4 years, once the many of ignorant Americans, who supported you, see you for what you really are. You might even find yourself discarded like the Brownshirts, once you become a political liability to Trump. You shitheads have clearly taken the wrong lessons from history.

  • Friday

    (By the way, everyone, remember that bit I said about Trump being a walking Reichstag fire? The actuality of him being in power is going to be a lot less useful to a lot of very bad people than the threat of him was.)

  • KnownDonorDad

    Tomorrow, we troll.

    Awww, look at the little e-Sturmabteilung!

  • Richard B

    how did we allow this to happen?

  • JulieBL
  • Barry William Teske

    So how about that Freedom of Speech thing?
    The right to tell a lie and be lied to.
    There is no accounting for it, nor holding the responsibility to task when the right is conveyed as reckless contempt of an other.
    Repurpose that behaviour as a low calibre weapon, and suddenly there is no place for cover and the potential of a life lived is lost, if not ended forever.

    Yet, definition exists:
    “10 U.S. Code § 917 – Art. 117. Provoking speeches or gestures
    Any person subject to this chapter who uses provoking or reproachful words or gestures towards any other person subject to this chapter shall be punished as a court-martial may direct.
    (Aug. 10, 1956, ch. 1041, 70A Stat. 72.)”

    How is it a great nation can not reconcile truth beyond a sincerely held belief in HATE of an other?

    The only obtainable truth, suspiciously missing from the Freedom of Speech (the right to tell a lie and be lied to), is entirely based on an inability to look within, accept that the struggle begins within – for understanding – and not against some imagined other.

    “The frightened individual seeks for somebody or something to tie his self to; he cannot bear to be his own individual self any longer, and he tries frantically to get rid of it and to feel security again by the elimination of this burden: the self.”- Erich Fromm

  • Charlie3

    Trump’s victory is due to the dumbing down of American that started in the Reagan administration about a generation ago.

    • Jerry Kott

      You hit the nail on it’s head.

  • JCF