Recent polls reveal that Democratic Party candidate Jon Ossoff is in the lead in the GA-6 district U.S. House race between him and Republican Party candidate Karen Handel. At first, husband Steve Handel thought it was incredible news that Karen was so close and applauded.
But Steve soon realized his mistake when Karen and he got home according to an anonymous White House source close to the Karen Handel campaign.
“It was a huge mistake. Big league. She should have asked Andrew Jackson to do it. He would have done a great job. Steve was in real trouble. You know how wives can be. She demanded he go out and find some Trump supporters to vote for her. He can’t threaten to deport her like I can with my wife. That’s when he sent out the tweet.”
Here’s the tweet.
And here’s the tweet he quote tweeted.
“He really thought the image would make Karen happy. Very happy. After all, it’s how she feels, big league, and how my supporters…I mean…Trump’s supporters feel. I still think the tweet will be huge and bring the Trump blacks to the polls. Blacks will be lining up to vote for Karen Handel. I promise you it will be so huge.”
Due to the negative attention the tweet has garnered it has been deleted. But the damage has been done.
“Karen’s super upset. It’s very bad. First she had to have Twitter shut down a parody account of her. Now her husband is sending out supposedly racist tweets. But it’s all fake news. The fake news media is blowing this up like it’s a big story. The tweet wasn’t racist at all. Everyone knows the Democrats have brain-washed the blacks.”
Here are some of the tweets from the parody account. Surprisingly not as racist as Karen Handel’s husband’s tweet.
“She’s contacted Twitter and asked them to shut down Steve’s account. Did I mention Karen thinks my hands are huge? Not that she’s a ten…Ivanka is way hotter than Karen. I’d be all over Ivanka if I wasn’t her…anyway…Karen is going to win. It’s going to be huge.”
Meanwhile, despite going after the black slave Trump vote, Karen Handel’s campaign is still working hard to suppress the black vote. As the image said, they are on the Democratic Party Plantation. Thanks Karen.
Washington D.C. – A source inside the Trump transition team stated Trump has offered David Duke a new Cabinet position, Sr. Advisor of Negro Outreach, a position no other president has ever filled. “We’re just waiting on David Duke’s answer. We feel there’s no reason to officially acknowledge the offer until we get a firm agreement from David that he is willing to accept the offer.”
Duke, a former member of the Louisiana House of Representatives, was also running for Senate this year. He lost his race in Louisiana. Duke stated, “This is one of the most exciting nights of my life. Make no mistake about it, our people have played a HUGE role in electing Trump!” Duke is expected to officially respond to the offer next week.
Senator Sherrod Brown, Democrat of Ohio, said, “We can work with him on things we agree on.”
This is disturbing. Are you a McCain/Palin supporter? Is this how you feel?
McCain, however, is proud of his supporters.
Are you proud of these people?
More and more McCain supporters are expressing their anger and bigotry on video. Do you support John McCain? Is this how you feel too?
Are you a McCain/Palin supporter? Do you want to be associated with these people?
If I didn’t read it in the news FIRST before seeing it on YouTube I wouldn’t have believed it. Samantha Chang reports, Obama Waffles: Racial Stereotypes as Propaganda:
You know Republicans are shaking in their cowboy boots when they resort to racial stereotyping as a way to undermine Barack Obama.
Activists at a conservative political summit held in Washington, D.C., Sept. 13 were buying up box loads of Obama Waffles, a waffle mix showing Obama on the front with bulging eyes and big lips as he smiles at a plate of waffles. On its top flap, Obama sports what appears to be a white turban next to the words: “Point box toward Mecca for tastier waffles.”
Mark Whitlock and Bob DeMoss, who created Obama Waffles, insist they meant no harm, saying their drawings were merely political satire. The two writers from Franklin, Tenn., sold Obama Waffles for $10 a box from a rented booth at the Values Voter Summit sponsored by the lobbying arm of the Family Research Council. The vendors were later booted from the forum after protesters found the waffle box offensive.
Republicans Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney spoke at the forum, which reportedly drew 2,100 participants from 44 states. Obama Waffles invokes the demeaning stereotype of the iconic pancake-mix caricature, Aunt Jemima, which has been widely criticized as offensive to African-Americans. Placing Obama in a turban plays into the false rumor that he is Muslim, when in fact he’s Christian.
On the back of the box, Obama is shown wearing a sombrero and Mexican clothing above a recipe for Open-Border Fiesta Waffles that says it can serve “4 or more illegal aliens.” Included with the recipe are the words: “While waiting for these zesty treats to invade your home, why not learn a foreign language?”
The conservative public policy groups American Values and Focus on the Family Action co-sponsored the event.
Apparently these right wing “values voters” allowed the sale of Obama Waffles (and bought TONS of boxes of Obama Waffles) at their “Values Voter Summit” for THREE DAYS before stopping the sale of Obama Waffles because protesters of the summit were complaining about the racist content on the boxes. Here’s a conversation with the two “values voters” that created the racist product:
UPDATE: A little history on racist images from our past: Popular Art and Racism: Embedding Racial Stereotypes in the American Mindset–Jim Crow and Popular Culture