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Friday, April 7, 2017

Trump Supporter Tears Taste So Tantalizing

The first 100 days of Trump’s presidency haven't been worth boasting for Trump supporters. His inauguration attendance was less than lackluster. His healthcare “reform” threatened to repeal parts they liked about Obamacare. His immigration policies are deporting their families. His border wall is tearing apart their properties. His travel ban was denied, not once, but twice. And his approval ratings are dropping faster and lower every passing second. Now the most recent smegma topping on this smoldering crap cake of a presidency has to be his airstrikes against Syria.

His supporters voted for him hoping that he would not stir up crap in Syria like Hillary. Now their God Emperor is pushing interventionist foreign policies shared by her!

That’s quite embarrassing, and the Trump supporters are clearly glowing red in embarrassment over this, as their remarks on social media reveal.

From Mike Cernovich:
Just days after Donald Trump Jr. suggested he be given a Pulitzer Prize, Cernovich tweeted, “Sources telling me U.S. attack in Syria planned for tonight, we must stop! #NoMoreWar,” at 7:40 pm Eastern time, an hour and a half before NBC News broke the news of the airstrike.

During the course of the livestream Cernovich — at times holding his infant daughter Cyra in his arms — blamed a variety of actors for fomenting the conflict. “They want war. Deep state, all these people want it, man,” he said. Of the media, he said, “They’re trying to con Trump into believing the people want war.”

Cernovich also expressed his belief that Syrian dictator Bashar Assad had been framed for the chemical attack, though he had not decided by whom. “It was probably ISIS did it to themselves,” he said on the livestream, while also tweeting, “Did McCain give ‘moderate rebels’ (ISIS) in Syria poison gas and Hollywood style film equipment?”
To Stefan Molyneux:
Earlier in the day, alt-right online philosopher Stefan Molyneux also joined Cernovich to condemn the action and question whether Assad was really responsible for the chemical weapons attack.
To Milo Yiannapoulous:
Yiannopoulos — who has kept a low profile since losing a CPAC speaking gig and a six-figure book deal over revelations that he once spoke favorably of pederasty — declined to elaborate on a text message describing the airstrike as “FAKE and GAY.”
And Richard Spencer:
White nationalist Richard Spencer, whose embrace of hard-core racism has led Yiannopoulos and others to distance themselves from the “alt-right” label, displayed no such reticence, calling the strike “a sad, shocking and deeply frustrating moment.”

“I condemn the strikes,” he said. “I’m going to wait and see. Perhaps Trump is slapping Assad across the nose and won’t go further. Perhaps Russia was informed of the attacks. Worst-case scenario: We’re replaying the 2000s: A conservative comes to office on a populist message and becomes a globalist and neocon shill. Again, I’ll wait and see but I’m prepared to denounce Trump."

Spencer was not alone in vacillating between condemnations of the strike and expressing hope that Trump will not take further action against Assad. The anonymous alt-right Twitter troll Ricky Vaughn tweeted, “THERE IS NO ENDGAME IN SYRIA if we remove Assad. No leader that can hold together that country.” He also tweeted, “Hoping this is 88D chess giving Trump political space and an excuse for meeting with and negotiating with Putin.”
But perhaps the saltiest of salty tears have come from The_Donald subreddit. Here are just a few choice salty yet sweet samples:
"This was my line in the sand. There is no 4d chess move here that makes this acceptable. There is no reason at all in the whole universe you can come up with that I find acceptable to enter into a new war. This is a sad fucking day. Many people were telling us to not concern troll earlier and downvoting me to shit because I said we needed to be more vocal about not entering another war."

"This was a major mistake on Trump's part. Absolute amateur move letting people manipulate him with emotional propaganda."

"Not happy about this."

"Did...did we just fuck up?"

"I'm wondering where we are going to go as a sub? I've been here since 2000 subs. I would like to hear a post from the mods about where we are going to endlessly support Trump on this one or are we going to be vocal about not supporting this. None of us support it here. NONE. I would like to know where the mods stand and whether or not I am going to get banned for complaining about this nonstop."


"Sorry friends, it's been great memeing with you. Not even concern troll, feel free to vet me like a rapefugee. Genuinely love the folks here and the passion."

"I'm done too. Fuck this."

"Wtf is going on lad"
Mmm. Yes. All of these savory Trump supporter tears are as savory as a fresh spring rain. I haven't tasted tears these tantalizing than when Hillary supporters cried over his election. Mmm. Yes. So tasty!