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Monday, May 09, 2016

Azealia Banks is needed more than John Sununu

I woke up this morning looking up Azealia Banks on Google. She is a 24-year-old rapper from Harlem who endorsed Trump.

While doing that, I flipped on Fox News and John Sununu was on talking about he and other Republicans are balking at endorsing The Donald. Sununu wants Trump to beg for his endorsement. Three words:
Justice David Souter
If you think Souter was a great justice, vote Hillary. Trump thumped Sununu in his home state.

Azealia Banks matters. Sununu doesn't. Banks brings people the party. Banks said, "Hillary talks to black people as if we're children or pets. i can't stand herrrrrrr."

From the Hollywood Reporter:
On Saturday afternoon, singer Azealia Banks expressed her support for the GOP candidate in a spree of tweets, kicking off the conversation with, "I REALLY want Donald Trump to win the election."
She told her Twitter followers that her predictions about the presidential race were true: "I told you guys Bernie Sanders didn't have the clout. i told you all he wasn't going to be the nominee."
In her series of tweets, Banks defended Trump and his outspoken opinions. "Trump is an asshole but he's not been groomed and programmed on some mkultra tip to DO & SAY what the establishment wants him to," she began and added, "Trump just wants the U.S to be lavish ... for all of us. I can f— with that."
I like the part where he said he is not indoctrinated in multiculturalism (that's what mkultra means).

Banks helps make Trump cool to vote for.


  1. Great photo; smart wowman. Misspelled? I think not.

  2. She called Trump an Asshole. Right, but also means that he is our Asshole.

    1. Based on everyday experience being an a$$hole does not disqualify anyone from: being in Congress, being a TV pundit, being an internet pundit, being a local politician, or driving on the roads I drive. therefore thw question to you is: does it disqualify anyone from being President?

    2. I think you misunderstood my comment. I was not critical of her at all. And he may be an asshole, but I will vote for him anyway.

  3. There is a great line in Patton where George C. Scott (as Patton) says that his men think he is a son of a bitch, but they also think he is their son of a bitch.

  4. I'll wait to see if pressure from the likes of Al Sharpton force her to apologize for drifting off the Dem plantation, but the truth that's stranger than fiction is that these days the Republican Party is much more fertile ground than the Dimocrat Party for any African-American who wants to gain political leverage from their race. Surely the black community can see that the Dims are pivoting politically to the growing Hispanic population in the country, and so it's only a matter of time until the Dims once again push blacks to the back of the bus (if not under the bus).

  5. I always get her confused with Iggy Azalea. Who is also an idiot, but she is anti-Trump.

    I pay just enough attention to pop "culture" (if that is the right word) to be confused.

    Steve in Greensboro

  6. I read it as MKULTRA the CIA mind control experiments in the 1960's using unwitting volunteers dosed with LSD (amongst other things). But your mileage may vary

  7. Big D, I have no idea who this woman is. She does have nice titties though. And as such, I will consider this an endorsement for our guy.

  8. She's so articulate. Almost as articulate [/enormous sarc] as Obama in his recent commencement address to the graduating class at Howard University. When Obama goes off the TPT, he proves beyond any doubt he's a complete nonverbal dork with the vocabulary of a 6 year old who's mentally challenged to utter a single coherent thought into one complete sentence. The man doesn't have the wherewithal to draft a single memorable speech much less author the two books that have his name on the cover.

  9. Multicultural and diversity crap is dividing the country. Trump says its all hogwash and folks are flocking to him. Go figure. - Elric