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Atomic Wangler

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Counter-proposal: We push California into the ocean and then nuke it anyways just to be safe. This is one of the most bat-shit things I've read all year and I'm not the tiniest bit surprised to learn that it came out of Harvard.
"Here's how we can prevent unjust influences in our democratic S O C I E T Y by declaring several afluent democrats and their families to be states!"

I didn't know the DNC was advocating for sovereign citizen talking points now.
 

Jigglyjogglers

The Doctor Bashir guy
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Counter-proposal: We push California into the ocean and then nuke it anyways just to be safe. This is one of the most bat-shit things I've read all year and I'm not the tiniest bit surprised to learn that it came out of Harvard.
"How can we call for the complete subjugation of our political opposition without just openly advocating taking their votes away and locking up any dissenters? Hmmmmm."

I also find it hilarious that Vox refers to this as "unrigging" democracy, when what they're describing is quite literally rigging democracy to eliminate democracy.
 

Salty Boris

You have good taste.
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There should be more guys like them in Hollywood. Add also Jon Voight and Stephen Baldwin, who's a more sane actor than his brother Alec, to the list.
Speaking of Alec according to him Trump supporters have ruined the moral fabric of America. Guys you all remember America was the moral beacon of the world all throughout the 2000’s until Trump, right?
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Jigglyjogglers

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Speaking of Alec according to him Trump supporters have ruined the moral fabric of America. Guys you all remember America was the moral beacon of the world all throughout the 2000’s until Trump, right?
Hm, let's see... who was President in 2013 when Barbara Walters condemned Corey Feldman for speaking out against his own abuse because he said that the people who did it were still working and still prominent in Hollywood, and most of the nation did a collective shrug at her victim blaming on national television? Who was President when we saw the rise of child drag clubs? Who was President when we saw the rise of events for gay teens organized by adult gay people where parents were banned? Or school events where drag queens were brought in to give talks to small children? Who was President when we had near monthly race riots?

Hm hm hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
 

AlexJonesGotMePregnant

And a teardrop emits from Reshiram's eye
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Speaking of Alec according to him Trump supporters have ruined the moral fabric of America. Guys you all remember America was the moral beacon of the world all throughout the 2000’s until Trump, right?
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Any Hollywood dipshit who talks about morality is going to burn in hell second for hypocrisy but first for selling children to pedophiles. Alec Baldwin supports child rape.
 

Bad_Guys_are_Good4EVER

I WILL be the King of the Pirates!
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Any Hollywood dipshit who talks about morality is going to burn in hell second for hypocrisy but first for selling children to pedophiles. Alec Baldwin supports child rape.
Not only that, but also because they consider themselves above the norm. Which is why every red carpet famous celebrity women wear scantily clad clothing near to bare skin and call it fashion. Yet, in the same breath speak out against women being looked at like a sex object. Talk about hypocrisy at its finest.
 

TaimuRadiu

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Counter-proposal: We push California into the ocean and then nuke it anyways just to be safe. This is one of the most bat-shit things I've read all year and I'm not the tiniest bit surprised to learn that it came out of Harvard.
That literally is unconstitutional, except maybe in the case of Texas. (Didn't stop fedgov from admitting West Virginia though). Also, if this happens, I demand each and every Trump Tower become Trump States.
 

DtoDab

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An obnoxious person I just happened across:
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"I'm making a difference!"
Although we are here to laugh at spergs, I honestly just ignore anonymous people with 6 likes posting TDS stuff online

I don't single out normal people for their political opinions, because at the end of the day, they have that right too, misguided as they might seem to me unless they are advocating for insane shit like gulags and forced communism or violence against republicans, this person is just reproducing what the entirety of mainstream media tells her, I don't blame her, I am forced to work with, interact and cooperate with people with the most diverse political leanings, respect is not when you demand a hive-mind or an echo-chamber in order to be able to interact with people, respect happens when you can see disagreement and not go full exceptional individual over a difference of opinion.

it just gets funny for me when you have artists and celebrities with millions of followers posting the most idiotic of hot takes, (like putting the MAGA hat kid on a woodchipper, or openly encouraging assaulting him) but unless they are doing something incredibly insane, normal people don't really qualify as an example of TDS for me.

one of the reasons we went clown world in the last years is because people lost all respect in political discourse, including started to demonize very mild mainstream opinions on both sides, people are forgetting that the way we build a common ground is talking to people, including the ones you would consider your opponent, respect is something democrats threw out of the fucking window at a campaign level in 2016, not saying Trump is a saint of politeness, but the reasons he was chosen as a representative relate very well to the degradation of political discourse in general, trust in media and such, and the reason we have this amount of exceptional celebrities with the shittiest opinions advocating violence to millions of people that deep down want largely similar things.

TL;DR, normal democrat voters are not a mockery target for me, we should fucking hang (metaphorically) celebrities who spew exceptional shit tho.
 

Vault Boy

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Counter-proposal: We push California into the ocean and then nuke it anyways just to be safe. This is one of the most bat-shit things I've read all year and I'm not the tiniest bit surprised to learn that it came out of Harvard.
Putting aside the blatant advocation of rigging the system in their favor, who the fuck would want Obamaland as a state?

This might be one the most idiotic takes that I've seen come from Vox, or any publication for that matter.
 

thismanlies

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Counter-proposal: We push California into the ocean and then nuke it anyways just to be safe. This is one of the most bat-shit things I've read all year and I'm not the tiniest bit surprised to learn that it came out of Harvard.
This sounds like something a stoner playing Fallout would think of.

"Dude, what if all the rich Democratic families made their own Republic of Daves? Then they could get their own senators and super delegate the Electoral College."
 

Jarolleon

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Counter-proposal: We push California into the ocean and then nuke it anyways just to be safe. This is one of the most bat-shit things I've read all year and I'm not the tiniest bit surprised to learn that it came out of Harvard.
I'm really hoping that this was a silly thought experiment that some dolt printed as serious, in the vein of "The surest path to world peace is nuclear war" . Perhaps as a way to lampoon the idea of every state getting equal say in the Senate.
 

DtoDab

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This sounds like something a stoner playing Fallout would think of.

"Dude, what if all the rich Democratic families made their own Republic of Daves? Then they could get their own senators and super delegate the Electoral College."
VOX said:
Literally nothing in the Constitution prevents Congress from admitting the Obama family’s personal DC residence as a state .
Second Amendment?
 

Harvey Danger

getting tired of this whole internet thing
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Hm, let's see... who was President in 2013 when Barbara Walters condemned Corey Feldman for speaking out against his own abuse because he said that the people who did it were still working and still prominent in Hollywood, and most of the nation did a collective shrug at her victim blaming on national television? Who was President when we saw the rise of child drag clubs? Who was President when we saw the rise of events for gay teens organized by adult gay people where parents were banned? Or school events where drag queens were brought in to give talks to small children? Who was President when we had near monthly race riots?

Hm hm hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.
It was like 20-25 years ago, but I seem to remember a President that was a philandering womanizer, a habitual liar who abused his powers of office, took foreign money in exchange for influence and even sold out the White House itself. I also seem to remember the opposing party claiming that if the country let him get away with it, that would normalize immorality, excuse terrible behavior by the President, and irreparably damage the moral fabric of public society.

On a completely unrelated note, after that guy skated by with full support from his party, some other dude named Donald Trump suddenly felt confident enough to try a Presidential bid in the 2000 election.
 

thismanlies

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I'm really hoping that this was a silly thought experiment that some dolt printed as serious, in the vein of "The surest path to world peace is nuclear war" . Perhaps as a way to lampoon the idea of every state getting equal say in the Senate.
I'd have to scrounge up some respect for Harvard if this winds up being a Sokal Hoax designed to gauge how severe TDS is.
 

heyitsmike

The beatings will continue until morale improves.
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Since some of you have apparently not heard about this yet...

It probably would be a good idea to split it up.
Californians don't seem to understand that if they split the state in six, the six separate parts will diverge in needs and priorities. Look at the difference between cherry red West Virginia and deep blue Virginia.

They really think it'll increase their power by five times. But then again, these are the same people who need to be told to evacuate from a wildlife headed straight at them.
 

Jarolleon

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It was like 20-25 years ago, but I seem to remember a President that was a philandering womanizer, a habitual liar who abused his powers of office, took foreign money in exchange for influence and even sold out the White House itself. I also seem to remember the opposing party claiming that if the country let him get away with it, that would normalize immorality, excuse terrible behavior by the President, and irreparably damage the moral fabric of public society.

On a completely unrelated note, after that guy skated by with full support from his party, some other dude named Donald Trump suddenly felt confident enough to try a Presidential bid in the 2000 election.
Maybe he's a war hawk who misses the days when America fucked up the largest generation in its history to contain the advance of Communism in Asia, or toppled Gadaffi in Libya so the huddled masses of Africa could make it to the promised land of Europe.
 

Jub-Jub

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Look at what Trump caused!
Feb. 25, 2014 — -- intro: Alec vs. Public Life

In an op-ed published yesterday in Vulture, actor Alec Baldwin said "good-bye to public life," especially in New York City.


"I find myself bitter, defensive, and more misanthropic than I care to admit," Baldwin wrote about a rough 2013.

He said that for years, people in New York were kind to him until last November, when he was accused of using a homophobic slur.

"This is the last time I'm going to talk about my personal life in an American publication ever again," he wrote. "I haven't changed, but public life has."

He cited "predatory photographers and predatory videographers who want to taunt you and catch you doing embarrassing things ... Photographers today get right up in your face, my wife's, my baby's. They are baiting you."

Baldwin admits he regrets screaming at photographers in certain situations. But he also called out Shia LaBeouf, MSNBC, Rachel Maddow and Anderson Cooper.

Finally, Baldwin, who's lived in New York since 1979, said "Now I don't want to be Mr. Show Business anymore ... I probably have to move out of New York. I just can't live in New York anymore."

This isn't the first time Baldwin has taken some shots at someone or said he's going to quit or leave something in his past behind (He said he was going to quit Twitter last summer). Here's a look back at some of the more memorable rants and altercations from the "30 Rock" star:

quicklist: title:November 2013, Alec vs. Court Coverage text: Just hours after Alec Baldwin's stalker was sentenced to 210 days in jail, the "30 Rock" star was at it again, chasing down a photographer who got close to his wife and baby daughter.

The video posted by TMZ, shows Baldwin, 55, yelling, "Get away from my wife and baby with the camera," as he jogs toward the paparazzi. After a female voice, presumably his wife Hilaria, calls him back, Baldwin stops his chase, but not before he gives the second photographer, who is shooting the video, an earful.

"Get away from my kid with the camera," he yells. "You know what's going to happen to you, don't you? Come on!" He added a homophobic slur at the end.

Baldwin's convicted stalker Genevieve Sabourin has been in court all week and this isn't the actor's first run in with the press in recent days. He left the Manhattan courthouse Tuesday, where the trial was held, and told one photographer, "I hope you choke."

He wasn't done.

Before taking off, he rolled down his window and asked the media, "What job did you want to do that you failed at that you're doing this job?"

Read: Alec Baldwin's Stalker Gets 210 Days in Jail

quicklist: title:July 2013, Alec vs. Twitter text: When asked by Vanity Fair, "Are you ever going to open your Twitter again?"

Baldwin said "never," and added that he had the epiphany during his friend James Gandolfini's funeral.

"Jimmy Gandolfini was so beloved as a person, and he was so admired as an actor, and he didn't give a f--- about social media," he said. "It's just another chink in your armor for people to come and kill you. ... I have one dream in my life and that is that this daughter I'm having -- she comes to me about seven or eight years from now, she has a friend, and she's at her house and she says, 'Daddy, Susie's mom says you used to be on TV. Daddy, is that true?' She has no knowledge of me as a public person. That would be heaven for me."

See the Emails From Alec Baldwin's Alleged Stalker

quicklist: title:June 2013, Alec vs. The Daily Mail text: After the Daily Mail newspaper reported that Hilaria Baldwin was Tweeting during Gandolfini's funeral, Baldwin took his fight to Twitter before deleting his profile altogether.

"I'm gonna find you," he wrote to the reporter, "... you toxic little queen, and I'm gonna f---...you...up."

And:

"You lying little b----, I am gonna f%#@ you up."

And:

"Someone wrote that my wife was tweeting at a funeral. Hey. That's not true. But I'm gonna tweet at your funeral."

quicklist: title:February 2013, Alec vs. The New York Post text: Early in 2013, Baldwin claimed that a New York Post photographer assaulted him while trying to bait him. "I slipped and fell on a trail of oil the Post 'photographer' left near my bldg. Who do I sue," he tweeted.

The photographer, who is African American, later accused Baldwin of using racial slurs, which angered Baldwin further.

"My publicist has just informed me that the 'photographer' from the Post is claiming I called him a racial epithet, prior to calling the cops. ... That's kind of magical thinking, isn't it? The Post accusing me of racism," he wrote.

The drama continued when a Post reporter asked him a question about his wife and a possible lawsuit, and Baldwin reportedly responded, "I want you to choke to death."

quicklist: title:June 2012, Alec vs. The New York Daily News text: Last June, Baldwin allegedly shoved a photographer from the New York Daily News, claiming in a tweet that the shutterbug "almost hit me in the face with his camera this morning."

Tame, except for the fact he added the hashtag #allpaparazzisshouldbewaterboarded.

He didn't stop there, he compared his scuffle to the Trayvon Martin shooting, "I suppose if the offending paparazzi was wearing a hoodie and I shot him, it would all blow over."

quicklist: title:2007, Alec vs. His Daughter text: Before Baldwin was one of Twitter's most talked about celebrities, he was using a more ancient device to facilitate his rants -- the phone.

In 2007, after his daughter Ireland allegedly missed a phone call with Alec, he left her a voicemail, which was leaked to the media.

"So, I'm gonna let you know just how I feel about what a rude little pig you really are. You are a rude, thoughtless, little pig, okay?" he said. "I don't give a damn that you're 12 years old, or 11 years old, or that you're a child, or that your mother is a thoughtless pain in the ass who doesn't care about what you do as far as I'm concerned. You have humiliated me for the last time with this phone."

She was 11.

Now, the two enjoy a close relationship, and Ireland has defended her father against critics. "He recognized that he needed to change, so he made changes," she wrote on her blog. "He is now a healthy, happily married with a baby on the way. He moved on, so why can't you?"

quicklist: title:1995, Alec vs. The Paparazzi text: Prior to the Internet's ability to spread news like wildfire and when Baldwin was still married to his first wife, actress Kim Basinger, the actor was no stranger to confrontation.

In October 1995, Baldwin was actually placed under citizen's arrest, according the LAPD, after he allegedly slugged a cameraman who was trying to get video of his three-day-old Ireland.

Team America called it 16 years ago
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