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Almost like the New York Times is listening to me

Only hours after writing about Trump’s support on the south shore of Staten Island and how all the mainstream media had to do was ride the ferry there, suddenly there appears a NY Times article about Trump’s support on Staten Island, although it focuses on the women of Staten Island who love Trump.

In Tottenville, a prosperous area on the southern tip of Staten Island, nearly every white woman I approached on Wednesday was eager to tell me how thrilled she was about his victory.

However, there were no articles like this BEFORE the election.

Written by Lion of the Blogosphere

November 11, 2016 at EDT am

Posted in New York City, Politics

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  1. The New York Times editorial staff has belatedly and grudgingly acknowledged that they may have lost touch with the Guidos, Rednecks, Shitkickers, Hayseeds, Hillbillies, Holy Rollers, Wrench Turners, Townies, Corn Huskers, Grease Monkeys, Cheddar Heads, and Prole Jews of America. They’re seeking to ammend this by paying a condescending visit to Staten Island. They won’t be back.

    ice hole

    November 11, 2016 at EDT am

    • Newt Gingrich: smart guy who deserves to be rewarded for being loyal to Trump, but he’s not actually good at managing anything.

      Gingrich is loyal to himself. Noboby voted for him and he brings nothing but the tired old GOPe mindset.

      Let him go, he’s a snake anyway. Just an ambirtious old self serving blowhard.


      November 11, 2016 at EDT pm

  2. They did have an article about how Mullins who wear hijab sand live in SI were terrified of Trump, but I don’t think that is what you were looking for.


    November 11, 2016 at EDT am

  3. Almost like the New York Times is listening to me

    The NYT and GOP could’ve profited greatly from listening to you the whole time.

    I’ve been saying for 2 years that the Obama coalition came too early and would fall apart quickly. And I was right – conservative whites still have an overwhelming majority. For the progressive/anti-colonialist cause it would’ve been better for Obama to come along in 2024 rather than 2008.

    The “progressives” have now tipped off their “anti-white” agenda before they had the numbers and demography to jam it through by brute force.


    November 11, 2016 at EDT am

  4. Did they dare interview Trump’s female prole Jew supporters? Well, baby steps, I suppose.

    OT: It has been funny to follow the PowerLine blog the last day or two, where they have documented the numerous liberal freakouts in the wake of Trump; I particularly enjoyed the cloying letters from various administrators (aka human trash) to make sure their little darlings make it through the day. Please, just make it through the day.

    Here is Hillary’s alma mater. All animals are equal, as Orwell put it.

    … we must show the world that at Wellesley we believe in a path forward for every single person, no matter your race, ethnicity, religion, gender, and no matter what country you came from, your immigration status, socioeconomic background, or political affiliation.

    And perhaps at the heart of all of this stands our conviction that women’s leadership is the surest way to change the world for the better.

    In Colorado, the University Chancellor has to talk down the triggered little snow flakes.

    You may find yourself with friends, classmates or colleagues who do not share the same reactions as you. These interactions may evoke strong emotions that can quickly intensify. In some cases, you, or others close to you, may feel you are experiencing or witnessing negative treatment or more subtle forms of oppression, perhaps related to the election or perhaps because of your race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious affiliation, country of origin, political thought or other aspect of your identity.

    So triggered! There is a long list of calming actions further down.

    And my favorite, from the Mayor of Minneapolis.

    The first order of business, however, is to grieve, to rage, to confess confusion, to shake with fear.


    November 11, 2016 at EDT am

  5. The writer of this article is “Ginia Bellafante”. It’s weird that an Italian American (presumably) wrote this piece like she’s on a safari ride, but maybe she’s an emigre from the House of Savoia slumming it in journalism, or was a black or Asian kid adopted by parents named Bellafante. Who knows…


    November 11, 2016 at EDT pm

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