Thursday, July 18, 2013

Reince Priebus' Rebranded GOP: The George Zimmerman Edition

As the gentle reader already knows, on Saturday night, George Zimmerman got away with murder when he was given a pass on his killing of Trayvon Martin.

It took them a day, but by Monday morning, Reince Preibus' rebranding of the GOP really shown through.

Ann Coulter did a bit of race-baiting on the case:
Instead of turning every story about a black person killed by a white person into an occasion to announce, "The simple fact is, America is a racist society," liberals might, one time, ask the question: Why do you suppose there would be a generalized fear of young black males? What might that be based on?

Throw us a bone. It's because a disproportionate number of criminals are young black males. It just happens that when Lee Van Houten and George Zimmerman were mugged by two of them, they survived the encounter.

Not to be outdone, Rush Limbaugh actually pushed it to the point of trying to justify using the "N-word":

And locally, we have our own master race baiter, Charlie Sykes living up to the name of his failing and flailing propaganda machine, White Wisconsin.

On Monday, he named George Zimmerman as winner of the day. He's kept up the race baiting all week long, making such outlandish claims such as if the feds pursue any kind of civil action against Zimmerman, it would be because of racism. Then there was this little doozy that he tweeted on Tuesday:

I almost feel bad for Sykes though.  You see, he can't be as racist as he wants to be, because he once pushed it too far and almost lost his job for it.  But seeing as how his radio show keeps sinking in the ratings, he can't sell a book to save his soul and his new one-stop propaganda shop isn't what they were hoping it would be, I felt the need to through old Chuckles a bone.  So, with the help of my friends at One Wisconsin Now, we came up with a new logo for him to show off to all of his conservative buddies:

Enjoy it, Charlie! You sure earned it!

1 comment:

  1. Reince Priebus should hire Paula Deen to be chairwoman of the GOP minority outreach program. Republicans would enthusiastically rally around her. You would be hard pressed to identify a more persecuted minority than white women, besides old white males, of course.