Women Are Going Online Wearing “Make America Great Again” Swimsuits

President Donald Trump may be behind on his “repeal and replace” promise, but if the new MAGA one-piece swimsuits are any indication, he’s having a positive effect on American culture.

Tasteful is always nicer than trashy. Here’s the story, followed by a sample of photos of women wearing the new swimwear.

Chron

This summer, the one-piece swimsuit made a rush back into popular culture and supporters of Trump took advantage to boast their pride with their favorite slogan.

Dozens of women strutted their pride of America in their red, white and blue “Make America Great Again” one-pieces and Instagram account @american_asf was right there to chronicle the most beautiful women showing off the suit.

Dozens of women were reposted wearing the suit, including avid Trump supporter and political TV analysis Tomi Lahren.

“Sick of winning yet? Me either,” the 25-year-old wrote on her Instagram post earlier this summer while wearing the “MAGA” swimming suit.
From
Lake Michigan to Texas, dozens of women strutted their stuff in the newest political fashion trend. Go through the gallery above to see photos of the “MAGA” swimsuit from this summer.

I need to produce and market these.

White Nationalist Chris Cantwell Banned from OK Cupid; Arrest Warrant Out

Chris Cantwell was the alt-right White Nationalist skinhead featured in the Vice documentary hosted by Elle Reeve. You can watch the film on this site by clicking here. The docu went viral, seen by who knows how many people.

Thus, Cantwell became a star. Since then the tatted up tough guy has come under fire from all directions. It’s tough being a macho white male today.

Gizmodo

OkCupid has banned white supremacist Chris Cantell from their dating site after a Vice News documentary about the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, featured him expressing his violently racist views.

Gizmodo first learned of OKCupid’s decision from a now-deleted tweet by Vice News social editor Rex Santus.

OkCupid confirmed to Gizmodo that the company had removed Cantwell, with a statement from CEO Elie Seidma: “OkCupid has zero tolerance for racism. We make a lot of decision every day that are tough. Banning Christopher Cantwell was not one of them.”

I guess if OK Cupid sets a white woman up with a Nog, then she has to date him or she’s a racist. OK Cupid is going to be held legally responsible when one of its Nogs rapes and murders a white woman.

Let’s think about ways to put that web site out of business permanently.

An OkCupid spokesperson expanded on Seidma’s statement, explaining that “OkCupid will absolutely ban other users who are involved in hate groups. Cantwell violated our terms of service… Not only that, we have asked our users at OkCupid to notify us immediately if they see any individuals who are associated with hate groups.”

As for Cantwell’s violation, the spokesperson referenced the “conduct” section of OkCupid’s terms and conditions, which warns against conduct that “is harmful to the community.” However, the section suggests this warning refers to user activity on the web site. OkCupid said the decision to ban Cantwell was based on his involvement in a hate group.

So, Cantwell didn’t violate their terms of service any more than Andrew Anglin violated the TOS of any company that the old Daily Stormer was associated with.

This decision comes a day after Cloudfare CEO Matthew Prince decided to stop protecting The Daily Stormer from DDoS attacks—not because the neo-Nazi site violated their content-netural policy, but because, as Prince told Gizmodo, the Daily Stormer operators are “assholes.”

OkCupid’s decision also comes a day after a video of Cantwell crying about his possible Charlottesville arrest warrant went viral. Today’s news may be especially disappointing to Cantwell because he likes OkCupid so much that he has blogged about it multiple times on his personal web site.

Cantwell opens a December 2014 blog post titled “8 Online Dating Tips, for the Ladies,” by sharing a bit about his dating history. “I used to meet women from chat rooms, and no matter how many disasters I run into from this habit, I just keep on trying,” he writes. “I’ve met women with fake photos, had false police reports filed against me, been sprayed with breast milk, you name it. It’s a god damn miracle my dick hasn’t fallen off from an STD.”

But he said at the time he mostly used OkCupid and Plenty of Fish, after realizing that “Tinder, HowAboutWe, MeetMe, Zoosk, and a number of other apps [had] more spam than real people on them.”

You can read his post for the full advice, but here are the main tips:

1. Unless you’re here for “casual sex” stop telling me you’re “sick of the games”

2. Your boundaries are complete bullshit

3. If you aren’t interested in sex, I’m not interested in you

4. If you think all men suck, this tells me you have a habit of choosing shitty guys

5. In a photo of you and a friend, I assume you are the ugly one

6. I’m here for you, not your ex boyfriend

7. I’m here for you, not your kids

8. If all I can see is your face – you’re a fat girl

In his blog post “Why I Switched To FireFox and Asked OkCupid for a Refund,” he writes that he was paying to be an A-list subscriber, but after OkCupid asked their users to stop using FireFox because Mozilla’s CEO donated to California’s anti-gay marriage Prop 8 campaign, he didn’t want them to have his money. “I didn’t give money to OkCupid so they could promote the Democratic party and bash open source,” he wrote. “I gave money to OkCupid so I could meet women.”

He’s going to have an even harder time doing that now.

Here’s a frightened Cantwell crying over worries that the police will assassinate him.

Cantwell acted in self defense after he and others were attacked by the Antifa in Charlottesville, as I recall. It’s despicable that the politically motivated police there want to arrest him.

Arrest Jew mayor Mike Signer instead. He’s the real criminal.

Roosh V Asks Whether It’s Possible to Find a Moral Woman

Many young men are concerned about the lack of sexual morality among today’s young women. Roosh V has some theories about that issue. He also offers advice to men on how to find a mate who might be faithful.

To be clear, I’m aware of Roosh V’s background and have issues with him. However, he raises some points about our need to form good, strong white families that I haven’t seen elsewhere. In other words, I am separating the message from the messenger.

I’ve also deliberately illustrated this post with offensive images I have in my photo files. They are intended to get your attention as it relates to our sick Jewed American culture, which is probably the most sex obsessed in the history of the world.

I will publish any ideas that anyone may have if they promise to upgrade our morality and help in fighting for morality.

Excerpt from Roosh V

The saying “all women are like that” implies that if you tempt a woman with a city lifestyle where she can have anonymous casual sex with men who turn her on, she will do it. Some may just experiment, a notch here or there, but a girl won’t say no unless she happens to be part of a tight-knit community that constantly watches her. The number of women who are capable of resisting are in fact so few that they are statistically insignificant. We should therefore assume that no woman can pass the test of temptation, and perhaps no man as well.

Every single female you meet has succumbed or will succumb to temptation, and it may be unfair to expect anything otherwise. This is why, as women have degraded sharply in the past century, the only way to keep men interested in marriage is through sustained cultural programming that makes them accept obesity (as beauty), vulgarity (as strength), promiscuity (as experience), bisexuality (as sexy), and equality (as just). Constant offerings of temptation are causing female value to plummet to such an extent that men have to be literally brainwashed to believe that women are still beautiful princesses who must be cherished and beholden to.

Upon realizing that no woman can truly resist temptation when tested, we encounter a simple solution: don’t test them with temptation. Create a better society with built-in safe spaces where the sweet and kind teenage girl stays locked into situational goodness thanks to male efforts shielding her from the temptation she has no innate immunity against. If Eve could not resist from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, today’s modern woman cannot resist even the smallest bread crumb.

The challenge for men wanting to create a family is therefore not trying to find a good girl who can resist temptation but one who, through good parenting or sheer luck, has not yet been excessively tempted, and keep her there by building a firewall which prevents the devil from knocking on her door when you momentarily step away. The only way I can see this reasonably happening today is to find a girl who has economically poor parents that are religious and where she eagerly accepted their religious teachings. You will maintain her faith and give her a slightly upgraded standard of living that is valuable to her and her parents but not so valuable that you tempt her with status and riches. Go to the village to find the good girl, but you’ll have to keep her there, or you’ll find out for sure that she has no innate goodness like you may have thought.

Understand that the problem of goodness is not exclusive to women. When I had the opportunity to experience carnal and worldly pleasures, I took it… for over a decade. The fact that I realized it was a dead-end does not make me a moral man, and the only credit I can accept is eventually understanding what hedonism really stands for. I’m not impressed by men who preach to me their moral goodness because it’s almost certain they haven’t been tempted around the world by beautiful women, but if they have indeed rejected Brazilian, Colombian, Ukrainian, Polish, and Croatian women who wanted to sleep with them, something that I found impossible to do, I will personally commission golden crowns of morality for them to wear.

There’s no need to despair upon realizing the flawed nature of women, because it’s really the flaw of humans. When presented with options of excitement, sex, and sin, we almost always take the low road. Instead of asking women to possess moral strength that they simply don’t have, we should simply identify women who haven’t yet been tempted or who have made tiny mistakes when tempted strongly. If a woman moved to a big city, refrained from drinking, and maintained a religious social circle, it may be prudent to accept her if she made one or two mistakes.

There aren’t many girls out there like that, but if you find and marry her, do your part in helping create a home, a neighborhood, a society where temptation is moved to the background of life like it was in the past, instead of being thrown directly in our faces like it is today.

I believe that one of our regular commenters, Jay Clay, has written quite a few comments about women needing to be taught morality and shielded from temptation by female family members. This makes sense to me. The only problem is that today’s mothers, too many of them, are competing with their daughters for male attention.

Feminist Reporter in a Snit Over Rush’s “Infobabe” Nickname

The articles at the New Republic make the reporting at Huffington Post look like the Daily Stormer in comparison. There’s more liberal whining and biased fake news than it’s possible to imagine.

One piece that caught my eye was written by a feminist reporter whining about Rush Limbaugh’s use of the term “infobabe.”

With all the serious issues in the world–North Korea, racial turmoil, the Middle East–the New Republic published a very ineffective hit piece on Rush.

I’ve condensed it to less than 500 words. It really seems like a pointless article. No one thinks Rush is cruel, vicious, or mean. The main thing the article proves is that feminists will go out of their way to complain about trivialities.

New Republic

New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd noted back in 1993 that Limbaugh “calls women who work for newspapers ‘reporterettes’ and women who work on television ‘info-babes.’”

Clearly, Limbaugh no longer limits his use of “infobabe” to female cable news personalities. There’s me, as well as Darlene Superville from the Associated Press, author and roving columnist Nicole Hemmer, Los Angeles Times columnist Meghan Daum, and Katie Couric, most recently of Yahoo! News. Limbaugh has used the term at least two dozen times since last year alone, according to Media Matters’ Julie Millican.

Limbaugh did not respond to multiple requests for comment for this story. If he had, he likely would’ve been very proud of himself, because he takes credit for inventing and popularizing the term. “Infobabe is sort of a patented comment now,” he said on his show in April. “I mean, the infobabes even like being called infobabes. They might publicly tell you they don’t, but they privately do.”

I have confirmed that infobabes do not privately like the name. “It’s sexist, of course,” said Camerota, who has been called an infobabe multiple times. Other infobabes agreed. “Coming from a guy of Limbaugh’s age and gender, ‘babe’ is meant to reduce you to the fact that you’re a woman,” said Hemmer, whom Limbaugh called “a Politico infobabe” after the outlet published an excerpt of her 2016 book, Messengers of the Right: Conservative Media and the Transformation of American Politics. “Maybe in a soft way, babe suggests an attractive woman. But it’s about reducing your work to your gender in this way that foregrounds the fact that you’re a woman in a field that is predominantly male.”

The word does even more than that. Whereas “babe” is a slang term for a woman, its literal definition is “infant” or “baby.” So Rush is not only reducing these journalists to their gender, but equating them with children. And there’s no question, given how Rush uses “infobabe,” that he intends to demean his targets.

One caller suggested he quit using the words “babe” and “infobabe” if he wanted to attract more female listeners. “But what if the fact that being a babe is the most notable thing about a particular liberal blogger?” Limbaugh responded. “If she’s a babe, she’s a babe.” The caller persisted, saying professional women might not find the term complimentary. Limbaugh hit back: “I would say they need to lighten up, for crying out loud! Why do I have to change who I am? Why can’t they just lighten up? Infobabe! Why can’t they laugh?”

Rush, my man, they don’t laugh because they want to be offended. They look for things to take offense at. It’s the new normal.

EMILY ATKIN, THE INFOBABE WRITER OF THIS PIECE.

Atkin’s very weak reply to Rush is that she’s going to wear a T-shirt emblazened with “Infobabe.” Somehow she thinks that will hurt his feelings.

Go figure.

INFOBABE BAG CREATED BY AN UPSET FEMINIST.

Grooming Gang: ‘White Women Are Good for Only One Thing – for People Like Me to F*** and Use as Trash’

Before going to the story, let’s detour for a second. At my university the male Muslim professors fell into two categories:

1. Moderate Muslims: All American women are sluts.

2. Radical Muslims: All American women need to be a** raped.

So, let’s import more of these sacks of human garbage into the West. For the record, I never heard Hindu professors say anything against American women. Chinese neither. There may be good reasons for opposing their importation too, but they’re not in the same class as the Muslims.

Excerpt from Breitbart

A member of the mostly-Muslim Newcastle sex grooming gang, which preyed on teenage girls, once told a female ticket inspector: “White women are good for only one thing – for people like me to f*** and use as trash.”

Badrul Hussain, 37, (pictured, right) was found guilty of four drug offences Wednesday as part of ‘Operation Sanctuary’, the UK’s largest investigation into grooming gangs since Rochdale and Rotherham.

Mr Hussain made the expletive-laden comment after being caught travelling without a ticket on the Tyne and Wear Metro in 2014 by a white female rail employee, The Times reports, laying bare his contemptuous attitude to non-Muslim women.

Many other defendants claimed that their victims were liars and Habibur Rahim, 34, (pictured, left) who was convicted of human trafficking and rape, claimed, “the police were racist”.

However, the weight of evidence against the men in the massive investigation was strong. The court heard how gangs of groomers who were friends and relatives, mainly of Pakistani and Bangladeshi origin, raped, trafficked, and drugged white women from troubled backgrounds.

Don’t give Muslim women a pass.

Feminists: Smart Homes are Sexist “Boy’s Toys”

DESIGNED BY MEN. THEREFORE SEXIST.

Don’t tell the Nogs that smart homes are sexist. Since they’re designed by white men, smart homes will also be labeled racist. At which point some liberal federal judge will ban them as a violation of the 14th amendment.

Feminism has been in the toilet for decades now. It just keeps getting more ridiculous. Read this and weep.

chattr.com.au

Smart home technology has been dramatised and anticipated for years now. Like much technological foresight, however, smart home technology has struggled to keep up with its projections.

The Conversation undertook some analysis regarding who smart homes are really targeted at. They came to the blunt conclusion that smart homes are designed for men, and men alone.

Because the STEM industry is dominated by men, it makes sense that this is the case. Women continue to struggle with discrimination and under-representation in male-dominated industries. If men are envisioning the blueprint, the resulting product will naturally incline more towards their wants and needs.

This perhaps explains the awkward absence of domestic chores, often assumed to be ‘women’s work’, from smart house designs. While a smart fridge will text a shopping list to a dweller, it won’t do the shopping for her. A washing machine will send out an alert when its cycle is finished, but someone is still needed to operate that cycle.

Blueprinted smart houses will be connected to the internet. This means a person can communicate with their house online in a similar way to other humans or bots. Lights, television, security procedures and air conditioning, for example, will be operated via a smart device both inside and away from the home.

The outsourcing of domestic labour has a long history. The most prominent aspect of this is electricity. The electric refrigerator, along with appliances like irons and vacuum cleaners, was marketed to women as a means of saving time around the family home. The IoT refrigerator is marketed to men and connected to leisure time; the fridge can inform them how many cold beers are available.

It is not yet apparent whether the smart home will shift in design toward the house-keeping spectrum or remain a ‘boy’s toy’. More women ought to be included in the research and design process in order to create domestic technology which can be utilised for both genders.

Competition in the marketplace ensures that women will not be left out. The feminist argument that the free market leaves women barefoot and pregnant is the argument of ridiculous children.

Grow up and learn how the world works, you nasty, stupid feminists. I’ll bet those variable speed, choice of colors vibrators you freaks use on each other were designed by “sexist” men too.

Trigglypuff:

Fox News Host Eric Bolling Sues Muslim Journalist for $50M Over Lewd Photo Allegation

Yashur Ali has been called out as crazy or sex obsessed before.

Eric Bolling, suspended Fox News host, has essentially labeled him a liar. It would be great to see a liberal Muslim writer ruined. He could always find work as a future taxi driver.

Excerpt from Hollywood Reporter

Yashar Ali is being sued over stories about sexual harassment via text message.
Recently suspended Fox News host Eric Bolling is suing journalist Yashar Ali for defamation and is seeking $50 million in damages.

The lawsuit comes just days after Ali wrote an Aug. 4 story for HuffPost claiming that more than a dozen sources told him Bolling sent “an unsolicited photo of male genitalia via text message to at least two colleagues at Fox Business and one colleague at Fox News.”

On Saturday, Fox News suspended Bolling — recently a host on the talk show Fox News Specialists and Cashin’ In and formerly of The Five — amid an investigation into the claims. He has worked at Fox News since 2008.

Ali wrote Wednesday on Twitter that he has received a summons from Bolling and says he stands by his reporting and will protect his sources. In the initial story, Ali says he spoke to 14 sources on the condition of anonymity because they either currently work at the networks, can’t speak to press without permission or signed confidentiality agreements.

The summons, which was filed Wednesday in New York state court, says Bolling is seeking both damages and injunctive relief arising from Ali’s efforts to injure his reputation through “intentional and/or highly reckless publication of actionable false and misleading statements” about his conduct and character.

HuffPost issued a statement in response to the summons: “Yashar Ali is a careful and meticulous reporter. We stand by his reporting.” Editor-in-chief Lydia Polgreen also wrote on Twitter that Ali is a paid freelancer under contract with HuffPost and the outlet has “no hesitation about standing by him financially in this case.”

Because Bolling is a public figure, to succeed on a defamation claim he will have to prove Ali either knew the information was false or acted with reckless disregard for the truth. He has retained Michael Bowe and Ronald Rossi from Kasowitz Benson Torres — the firm whose name partner Marc Kasowitz reps President Donald Trump. The firm also has ties to ousted Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.

In addition to HuffPost, Ali writes for Mother Jones and New York magazines. He has previously worked in politics, having served as deputy chief of staff to then-San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom.

Ali has been described in press reports as a “Los Angeles businessman” and was named a “Hillblazer” for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, a term that refers to individuals “who have contributed and/or raised $100,000 or more for Hillary for America, the Hillary Victory Fund and/or the Hillary Action Fund since the launch of this historic campaign on April 12, 2015.”

Ali also noted that HuffPost isn’t named in the suit. “[H]e is coming after me personally,” he tweeted. “I’m a big boy…but very telling.”