If you were not aware, in the final lap of the Daytona 500, driver Ryan Newman suffered a terrible crash.  He car flipped, was struck from behind, and slid on fire on its hood down the track.

Thanks be to God, roll cages, and fire retardant driving suits, Newman suffered only non-life threatening injuries.  He is now awake and talking to his family.

At the time, many people assumed the worst because emergency crews broke out the black privacy screens during the extrication.

They don’t do that for drivers that walk away from crashes.

A buddy of mine sent me this:

See, Newman supported Trump.

For that sin, he deserved to have his car flip and catch on fire, and for him to die or be permanently disfigured.

That’s what the supporters of “moderate” Buttigieg belive.

What actual hurt the LGBT or minority community has suffered under Trump, that isn’t self-induced hysteria, I’m not entirely sure of.  Despite all the predictions of gay concentration camps and anti-Hispanic pogroms have never materialized.

Even the Antisemitic attacks seem to come from either Leftists, Islamists, or the alt-Right that thinks Trump is too cozy with the Jews.

But none of that matters.  They hate Trump, and they believe anybody that supports him deserves to suffer and die.

If they are too cowardly to cause that suffering and death themselves, they will cheer it on when it happens by accident or fate.

But remember, they think they are the good guy because they hate you so much.

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By J. Kb

10 thoughts on “They want you dead even if they are too cowardly to do it themsevels”
  1. It’s been almost three and a half years since Trump was sworn in. Christlicherkapitän Pence and his Bible Brigade still haven’t kicked down my door to drag me off to Camp Gay-A-Way.

    1. “A bunch of men in Jack boots and sharp looking uniforms kick in my door. They grab me, put a hood over my head and handcuff me. Then they take me to this place where they forcefully strip me naked and shove me into a public shower filled with dozens of other naked gay men.”

      “That sounds horrible. Trump is a Nazi. I said there would be gay concentration camps.”

      “What are you talking about? It’s a new BLUF fetish club in the Tenderloin. My friends got me the BDSM Kidnap experience as a birthday present.”


      1. “ I have often been called a Nazi, and, although it is unfair, I don’t let it bother me. I don’t let it bother me for one simple reason. No one has ever had a fantasy about being tied to a bed and sexually ravished by someone dressed as a liberal.” –P.J. O’Rourke

  2. “I don’t want to seem insensitive…”

    If that were, ya know, TRUE, perhaps it would be facilitative of NOT “seeming” insensitive, if you were to not give voice to any of the insensitive, asshole, voices screaming in the chorus in your head.

    Jes’ sayin’.

  3. “What actual hurt the LGBT or minority community has suffered under Trump, that isn’t self-induced hysteria, I’m not entirely sure of. Despite all the predictions of gay concentration camps and anti-Hispanic pogroms have never materialized.”

    No hurt, whatsoever. The only thing that has happened is the LGBTQWERTYWATEVER movement lost a President that was an active advocate/cheerleader for them. (To the detriment of other demographics, in my opinion.)

    Yet, the “I am a victim of ________” argument is too strong of a drug to get un-addicted from easily. The taste is way too sweet, the effect a bit too strong.

    Here’s a challenge for everyone. Show me documented cases of discrimination or violence against LBGTQs that is not self inflicted in some way. If the gay couple walks right past a dozen bakers and deliberately selects the one with a Crucifix in the window, that is not discrimination.

    I have the same challenge for any other victim group. Where is the violence and discrimination against muslims, blacks, etc… that is not self induced? One would think that muslims are the single most oppressed group that has ever walked the face of the Earth listening to them. But, where are the reports? Where are the actual acts of violence? Where are the people being victimized?

    Seriously. Just because the 45th President is not as strong of an advocate for you as the 44th was, does not mean you are oppressed. Stop your bitching cupcake, everyone has problems.

    1. Back when the Democratic Party ruled the South with a rod of iron, the discrimination & violence were clear and obvious.
      There was no need to fake up hate crimes, or go on about “microaggressions”- people like Sheriff McCall were happy to provide them wholesale.

      What we’re seeing is the old “Jones will come back” argument from Animal Farm.

    2. Pres. Obama was not “ an active advocate/cheerleader for [LGBT people.]” He ignored LGBT issues while a state legislator, was anti-same sex marriage while a United States Senator and presidential primary candidate, and then flip-flopped on the issue after he secured the nomination because he needed California’s 55 electoral votes. Once in office, he did bugger all.

      The Democrats treat gays the same way they treat blacks. They only pay attention to us when it will help them get and/or keep power… That’s it.

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