Talking points from the orange supremacist

The White House (a term that had taken on a whole new symbolic meaning in a day) issued this list of talking points (click to enlarge).

Meanwhile, the dwarf-fingered pussygrabber’s personal attorney tweeted this today:

Where exactly does this rank in VSB’s list of the 20 Whitest Things White People Say to Black People:

20. “Oh, you’re married?”

19. “Is that your hair?”

18. “I don’t see color.”

17. “Can you turn that down?”


15. “This section is reserved.”

14. “He doesn’t bite.”

13. “I voted for Obama.”

12. “Yeah, you’re black. But not like, black black.”

11. “If you can say it, why can’t I?”

10. “Where’s your manager?”

9. “You live in this neighborhood?”

8. “I’m calling human resources.”

7. “Do you need hot sauce with that?”

6. “Can I touch your hair?”

5. “Security!”

4. “My best friend is black.”

3. What about black-on-black crime?”

2. “I’m calling the police.”

1. “I don’t have a racist bone in my body.”

So, that’s a burning cross between No. 4 and No. 1.

Threat assessment

While we’re talking about legitimate threats, what has babyman done with the very real threat he’s been encouraging?

In May, Homeland Security put out this bulletin:

But the cinnamon dipstick had decided to do this a couple of months earlier (via Reuters):

The Trump administration wants to revamp and rename a U.S. government program designed to counter all violent ideologies so that it focuses solely on Islamist extremism, five people briefed on the matter told Reuters.

The program, “Countering Violent Extremism,” or CVE, would be changed to “Countering Islamic Extremism” or “Countering Radical Islamic Extremism,” the sources said, and would no longer target groups such as white supremacists who have also carried out bombings and shootings in the United States.

Because of the tiny-fingered dickless wonder, a woman is dead and dozens of people were seriously injured by a Nazi psychopath in a car in Charlottesville, and two cops are dead because the helicopter they were in to observe the fascist rally crashed.

But he won’t condemn the racists. Yes, words came out of his mouth that eventually formed the sounds “Nazis Bad,” but he really doesn’t mean that. Because of this:

Since a makeshift bomb tore through a Minnesota mosque early Saturday morning, President Trump has used Twitter, his preferred platform for communicating with the American people, to rail about “fake news,” attack a Democratic senator from Connecticut and insist that he’s working hard while vacationing in New Jersey.

One topic Trump has yet to address: the mosque attack at the Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in the Twin Cities suburb of Bloomington, where several people were gathering for prayer. Nobody was injured, authorities said, but the attack has left the Muslim community feeling unsettled.

He doesn’t condemn bigots and Nazis, because they’re his base.

Just so there’s no confusion, this is how you treat a Nazi:

Nuclear war is always a tourist attraction

North Korea has threatened to nuke Guam. So what does the pussygrabber in chief say to encourage the governor of that American territory?

“And your tourism, I can say this, your tourism is going to go up like tenfold with the expenditure of no money, so I congratulate you,” Trump added. “It looks beautiful, you know I’m watching– it’s such a big story in the news. It just looks like a beautiful place.”

You know, it’ll be just like having those guys who chase tornadoes.