Alouette’s proud Wonkette links to her racist attack on Mia Love

White Progressives have taken their white hooded sheets out the closet and have been digitally lynching Mia Love over the past week. LGF’s resident kapo was one of the contributors to the racist attacks on Mia Love. Now she rages that Wonkette linked to her racist screed.


The KKK returns!


159 Comments on “Alouette’s proud Wonkette links to her racist attack on Mia Love”

  1. rightymouse says:

    Pathetic. Alouette & Wonkette should be ashamed of themselves for plastering this vapid strawman crap on the net.

  2. rightymouse says:

    She wasn’t elected because she was Black. That’s something only racist libs would think of.

  3. Because says:

    Bumf milyo.

  4. doppel milyo says:

    what was more offensive to blacks

    some guy at a pro-gun rally 18 months ago carrying a confederate flat


    alouette drawing a cartoon of Secretary of State Rice as aunt fucking Jemima

  5. Just take an alouette says:

    because alouette sucks dick at the donkey show

    • rightymouse says:

      I’ll be shocked if Wonkette gives a crap about Alouette’s racism…because Black female Republican. Condi’s off their victim plantation.

  6. Because says:


    A whole 0.2%!!1! That’s like 1 in 500, dipswitch.

  7. Just piebola says:

    Suck it hag

  8. trebob says:

    So to understand Wonkette correctly, if your don’t hire her because she’s black, that’s racist but if you do hire her because she’s black that’s not racist.

    If you hire her on her background, values, ideas and character, that’s racist. If you hire her because of the colour of her skin, that’s not racist.

    I’m getting this little pain behind my eyes, maybe I’m having a stroke or something. Can’t compute.

  9. rightymouse says:

    Good grief. This idiot is unbelievable! The hypocrisy is stunning! O_o

  10. rightymouse says:

    What the hell is wrong with these people? Dr. King is probably rolling over in his grave as these sanctimonious libs judge Mia Love by the color of her skin. Bah. 😦

  11. The name for this is BRDS… Black Republican Derangement Syndrome.

  12. asswipe says:

    V the K: Are you suggesting Jesse and Al SOLD black Americans into political servitude? I agree, and that make those two dirtbags N*gger haters.

  13. Octopus says:

    Don’t worry, Gus. They’ll find ya in the spring. 🙂

  14. Because global warming says:

    • Octopus says:

      That offer from Hoosier Hoops still stand? I mean, a winter of boozing it up in a nice cozy cabin with another societal outcast may not be ideal, but it beats going snowblind and getting lost while stumbling through a whiteout blizzard, trying to find sterno. Not by much, but at least you’d have a chance of survival.

      • Octopus says:

        Protip: tie a piece of rope from the garage door to the nearest dumpster, so you can find your way in a serious blizzard, of the type they’re expecting due to warmening. I had to use this method last winter, except the rope was just from my front door to the mailbox. Saved my life more than once. A couple of my neighbors weren’t so lucky. They didn’t find old Fred until mid-April, when the big piles at the end of the driveway finally melted.

      • Pakimon says:


        Hoopback Mountain

    • Dudebro says:

  15. Because just can't leave that Johnson alone says:

    • Arachne says:

      “Written” numerous articles my ass. You link to something he does and write a sentence. No analysis, no nothing. Follow me on Twitter!!!

  16. swamprat says:

    Golly! If Mia Love was elected purely because of her race, are we to assume Barack Obama was elected on his abilities and qualifications?

    If only she had been a community organizer!

    • Octopus says:

      Way to turn their racist arguments back on them, Swamprat. 😆

      If ever there was a more unfortunate case of an Affirmative Action hiring, I’ve never seen it. And I’ve seen some doozies.

  17. Because St. Pancake says:

  18. Because St. Pancake says:

  19. Because run, Bernie, run! says:

    Yes, please!!!

  20. swamprat says:

    Stay warm Gus. Get a hoodie sweatsuit, pants and top, and keep warm.
    Tent in garage with perpetual coffeepot?
    Don’t neglect ventilation!

    • Octopus says:

      Charcoal is not a good heat-source, due to the threat of carbon monoxide build-up. Even in a drafty garage, you might be overcome. Get your grubby paws on at least one good space heater. Steal it if you have to. If you get caught, well, at least you won’t freeze to death in the pokey. You know why they call it the “pokey,” though, right? Same reason you were leery of bunking down with Hoops. 😯

  21. swamprat says:

    Now that the cold weather has hit, I’ll bet the dems are glad they lost the war on domestic energy.

    Nothing alleviates anomalous climate change like some frackin’ cheap natural gas.

  22. dwells38 says:

    The Dem progturds are so butt hurt right now. Amazing that they’d rather declare all out war on black republicans than just help get the poor blacks some goddamn real jobs!! Like they said they would! Obungle and his Progturd masters had six years. If they’d actually delivered what they promised they wouldn’t be needing to attack ACTUAL BLACKS for getting elected.

    I tell you if you’re a progturd lib it’s fricking bizarro world. The only blacks you are supposed to applaud are poor, ignint and criminal. Any black wearing a suit, possessing a degree, a career or owning a business is to be crapped all over.

  23. kbdabear says:

    IIRC, it was about Al Gore Jr, son of Senator Al Gore Sr

    • dwells38 says:

      Fortunate Son wasn’t about the Kennedys? I mean just the drunk ones.

      • Octopus says:

        The song was inspired by the wedding of David Eisenhower, the grandson of President Dwight David Eisenhower, to Julie Nixon, the daughter of President Richard Nixon, in 1968.[6] The song’s author and singer, John Fogerty, told Rolling Stone: “Julie Nixon was hanging around with David Eisenhower, and you just had the feeling that none of these people were going to be involved with the war. In 1968, the majority of the country thought morale was great among the troops, and eighty percent of them were in favor of the war. But to some of us who were watching closely, we just knew we were headed for trouble.”

      • Dudebro says:

        And Fogarty was wrong, since Nixon didn’t start the war, but did end it. Typical dumb leftist.

      • Octopus says:

        Well, Fogarty was a young man, and he served in the military at least. If you’re going to be against a war, Vietnam was a good war to be against.

        I’m of the general opinion that the country should have to be dragged kicking and screaming into war, practically forced into it, before committing the lives of the young to fight. Then, once you go, you go all out. End it as quickly and brutally as possible. The World Wars were like that. The first Gulf War, apart from the long, futile containment-of-Hussein part. The long, holding-pattern wars that turn into the proverbial quagmire should be avoided. Orwellian nightmares.

      • Dudebro says:

        I agree with you Octo, but the thing is Fogarty just HAD to come up with the idea from Nixon’s kids. Not Teddy Kennedy, whose papa got him out of Korea. Nixon wasn’t in office when the war started It was a dem prez and a dem congress.

      • Octopus says:

        Well, I’m not Fogerty’s mouthpiece, but Nixon was the president at the time he wrote the song, and the counterculture was fixated on him as the embodiment of all evil things that were sending young men to die in the jungle, in a war that had metastasized. History understands that the war started as a Cold War blocking-action, and it really didn’t matter whether it was a Dem or ‘ThugliKKKan who started sending “advisors.” Kennedy was still surrounded by a rosy glow of martyrdumb amongst the young and impressionable. It should be noted, that if LBJ hadn’t quit and been elected to another term, he’d have inherited the grisly mess that was handed off to Nixon, and been demonized by the Left.

      • Bunk X says:

        Viet Nam was a an extension of the Cold War. We were fighting the USSR and the Chinese.

    • kbdabear says:

      Since military service of a politician is SO important to Gus, we can be sure he voted for John McCain over Obama, RIGHT? We can be certain that he supported the candidacy of Joni Ernst, RIGHT? He must have voted for Bob Dole over Bill Clinton, AMIRITE?

      Gus?….. Gus?…. Gus?

      • Octopus says:

        Gus?….. Gus?…. Gus?

        His hands are too cold to work the keys right now. He’s warming them up for one more twitter-blitz before conking out, with one in his mouth, and the other up his butt.

  24. Octopus says:


  25. Dudebro says:

    • Octopus says:

      No president of these United States has ever looked like more of a douchebag, under any circumstances, than the Unicorn Messiah in this shot that you know he and his hipsters just adored, and wanted everyone in the whole world to see. GAH!

    • Because says:

      “Live short and die for the collective”.

    • Because says:

      “Tell Kang I’ll have more flexibility after the next Star Fleet council.”

  26. Octopus says:

    Couldn’t find any of Dear Fatass’s old antiwar tunes, on the youtube. Looked under his old jazzy-noodlin’ name, as well as his indie rock ensemble, “Chunky McDumbth & The Bumftones.” Nada. I remember the latter having a minor hit with something called, “Never Get Out Of The Boat!” John Kerry used to play it on campaign stops, until someone noticed it was about being a big coward in a war-zone. Not too swift.

  27. Pakimon says:

    You can hide, but the GOP fear monkeys will still find you…

  28. Octopus says:

    This year’s Abumenabler Snowmonster is called the “Omega Block,” Gus. You may not live to see Thanksgiving, if you don’t figure something out.

    According to the latest long-range outlooks, something like this week’s pattern could linger all the way until Thanksgiving. Think of it as Mother Nature’s gift of an early winter that keeps on giving. For the next two weeks (at least), multiple blasts of Arctic air will be inbound.

    All that’s left to do is wait and weep cold, lonely, frozen tears. 😥

    Read more:

  29. Zeus Crankypants says:

    -14 here at the secret mountain lair.

  30. Juan Epstein says:

    Are we sure she’s not really a male NY lawyer?
    Or is this Lawhawk?

    Same imagery found at the swamp, yo.

  31. dwells38 says:

    White House, China Agree to Greenhouse Emissions Deal
    2 hours ago

    LOL! Actually China and the WH agreed that the US will drastically cut emissions.

  32. dwells38 says:

    Gus is finally taking the gloves off:

    BTW. Time to start calling Republican what they are: radical extremists.
    13 minutes agof

    They’ve had it too good for too long masquerading as moderate extremists.

  33. dwells38 says:

    RT @RagingTeabagger: As GOP questions scientists on climate change , they just landed a probe on a comet 317 million miles away at 40,000 M…
    14 minutes ago

    Gus, astrophysicists are awsome. Activist progturd proponents of theories with a track record of hysterical wrong predictions yet advocate anti-freedom, anti-capitalist policies SUCK. The one doesn’t get to take any credit/blame from the other.

    Try and keep up.

  34. Because says:

    Translation: Some bum is about to go south with my sleeping bag.

    • dwells38 says:

      Gus thanks for at least letting us know you have covers. I mean it’s clear you may not have a warm place to stay. Or are so poor you can’t turn up the heat to a comfortable temp even with a sweater on. Notice the rest of us who are also in cold winter climes are not having to physically endure it because we can control our living space temperatures. This is due to steady gainful employment. Something that if we didn’t have it, we wouldn’t be attempting to advise the rest of the world on how to think without securing it first. Or calling other Coloradans too stupid to agree with us on how to vote.

      Just a thought.

  35. Because says:

    Hut two three four…

  36. Because says:

    Chucky’s off his meds.

    • dwells38 says:

      That’s right Chunky. Mock away at this guy as he says “my thinking has evolved”. He actually met with the local NAACP to propose a peace summit. He actually walks his talk. He admits where he’s been and wants to move from there. Yet your mockery seems to imply you don’t believe this zebra can change his stripes.

      And when did you reach out to the local Mosque and have a physical meeting with them? Last I remember you rode by on your bike and claimed DEATH THREAT!!

    • Arachne says:

      Two words, Douchenozzle – Robert Byrd.

  37. Octopus says:

    Let’s just deal with this now…

  38. OLT's No Comparison Can Be Made says:

    • Octopus says:

      Chunky is just fine with a Dim politician boasting of using the stupidity of American voters, particularly the ones on the Dim-side of the aisle who supported the Unicorn Messiah blindly through the disastrous goings-on of the past six years. Can you imagine the ruckus in the MSM right now, if this was a GOP pol saying the same kinds of things Gruber has been spewing? OMG, it would be an inky bloodbath. 😆

    • Because says:

      Obfuscate sensitive issues? Like whether or not you can keep your doctor?

      • Octopus says:

        “Obfuscate sensitive issues” means lie about everything. We get it, Dear Fatass. In fact, we’ve been saying it from the start, when this asswipe of an empty-suit started running his Potemkin Village of a campaign. You were saying it too, until he won. Then you went nuts. So, so sorry…

    • dwells38 says:

      That’s easy. Answer: The GOP are racists.

    • trebob says:

      Gruber was right. Read Charles’ tweet and know in your heart that he is just too stupid to know that Gruber called him stupid. When Gruber talked about the public being stupid, he was talking about the obamacare supporters, not those of us who saw through the lies and were screaming for it to stop.

      So Charles is basically agreeing with the premise that he’s stupid and saying that it’s old hat, just S.O.P., not a news flash that he is one of the stupid ones.

      Is my logic backwards?

    • Arachne says:

      Oh seriously – he’s going to DEFEND those shitbag remarks? And this is the guy who calls Ted Cruz stupid?

    • rightymouse says:

      I don’ t understand why lesbians can’t be content to just focus on vagina happiness & leave penis, penis, penis LOL alone???

      • Octopus says:

        When Lesbians stop buying dildos and strap-ons in bulk, then I will believe the male gender is truly defunct and obsolete. Until then, hey! I’ve got the real thing. Come and get it! 🙂

        (j/k) (the mean girls would come and cut it off 😯 )

  39. Because says:

    How much do you pay all your LGF employees? LGF is huge, right?

    • dwells38 says:

      How much does he pay Gus? The poor schmuck can’t even get out of bed? He has to Tweet from under the covers.

    • calo says:

      Poor Gus. Not paid enough to stay warm and no love.

      • swamprat says:

        Good luck, Gus.
        Cold is no joke.

      • Pakimon says:

        Perhaps employment at one of the local fast food franchises is the answer.

        With all those burgers cooking in there, he’d be plenty warm.

        Then again, he’d probably end up dropping his VirginMobile Obama phone in the deep fryer…

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Why do I always think of “The Ant and the Grasshopper” when the subject of Gus freezing his buns off comes up?

        He didn’t spend the summer caulking his window and looking for blankets at the thrift stores, DID HE????

  40. Because bum rum says:

  41. Because panic at the Donkey Show says:

  42. JimboXL says:

    Where are the dumb Republicans who just won? Sharpening their knives for the incoming Tea Party freshman? I’m so sick of these danged old old old glue horse Republicans and Dims. I joked about these dopes giving Obola more power after they won, and they are so dumb and lame, they might just do it. I can never understand why Dims are so bummed after Republicans win, I guarantee I’m more bummed than the average Dim when I see Mitch the gobbler run around like an old turkey making backstabbing deals to undercut the new blood Republicans.

    • Octopus says:

      Lots of RINOs won, Jimbo. We knew that on Election Day. Knew it going in.

      We have a whole massive culture of victimhood and entitlement to deal with, the likes of which our forebears never dreamed of. That’s not going to go away, short of some kind of cataclysmic social upheaval that would upend everything we know. All we conservatives and libertarian-leaning folks can do is hope to mitigate the damage. Even at that, most historians feel we’ve passed the tipping-point as an up-and-coming society, and we’re heading into our long death-spiral. I don’t like to think like that, but I see things happening now that would have been unthinkable in the past, such as human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria masquerading as “science.”

      The future is a scary, unknown place. Many of us are not equipped to cope with such massive changes that are surely coming. Some, like Gus, will freeze to death clutching some canned heat that was drunk instead of burned for needed warmth. Others, like Chunky, will succumb to the orange gunk clogging their heart-muscle. Still others, like P-LOL, will go up in a burst of flame in their parents’ basements, trying to perfect the undetectable suicide vest of Islamic Glory. Alouette will die choking on her own bile.

      • dwells38 says:

        And yet somehow we’ll muddle on. 🙂

      • Octopus says:

        “We do, doodley do, doodley do, doodely do,
        What we must, muddily must, muddily must, muddily must;
        Muddily do, muddily do, muddily do, muddily do,
        Until we bust, bodily bust, bodily bust, bodily bust.
        — Bokonon, “Cat’s Cradle”

      • Pakimon says:

        Still others, like P-LOL, will go up in a burst of flame in their parents’ basements, trying to perfect the undetectable suicide vest of Islamic Glory.

  43. doppel milyo drinking mojitos says:

    jesus H fucking tits those kids at LGF are boring, especially long standing formerly proud kafir Kragar

    I reggied me a socky for 5 minutes. it was like fucking a donkey just making a post or two. I couldn’t do it without more alcohol and even then using Gus’s pecker

    went to the bar for a few now a shower and heading back out

    playing with the dorks at LGF is like a cat, instead of playing with a cockroach, playing with a cat turd
    any of you mockers in Miami, we are rocking it tonight
    sideways, bitch

    PS: chuckles I like when you register for your shitty blog you are asked for 79.95 for a year.
    ad blockers are free and your content sucks

  44. doppel milyo drinking mojitos says:

    BTW children at LGF

    Raymond Huffman was twice the man you are. Not saying much since he was a POS but still twice the worth of any of you turds


    • Octopus says:

      Ray was a man overcome by drink, and Peter was an alcoholic gay man likewise incapacitated, but what was the story with The Third Man, aka “Scary Tony?” I mean, I have listened to all the tapes, and I still don’t know anything about the guy. Here’s a scary picture:

      It seems he was hiding with the two drunks, trying to keep a low profile. I have my suspicions that he was a serial killer or rapist, or maybe just a Democratic operative in the low wards.

      • Doppel milyo says:

        You should check out the movie documentary. Shut up little man: an audio misadventure.

        They track down and interview Tony.

        I’m running the SF marathon next July.
        Course at mile 21 goes right past the house.

        I might drink a beer there.
        It’s like visiting Mecca.
        Without the smell.

      • Octopus says:

        I will check that out. I also like the idea of drinking a beer during the marathon. Much better than hot coffee (funny scene on Seinfeld).

  45. kbdabear says:

    So Gus, who ordered the Libya raid without Congressional authorization? Who kept the troops in Afghanistan and tied their hands with bullshit ROEs?

    Who bloviated about Red Lines in Syria last year? Who is micromanaging the bombing targets a la LBJ?

    And for the bonus question, what military service does Obama have?

    Gus, this is why people don’t like you. Not being nasty, just giving you the truth so you can get out of your funk

    • Octopus says:

      Gus is frozen. I wish I could send him one of my dust-collecting space heaters, as well as a few cans of his favorite beverage, Sterno. I came across a package of four cans of said heat, in the garage today while looking for the rotary sander. Btw, who stole my rotary sander? 😡

      • Pakimon says:

        GOP fear monkeys stole your rotary sander. It’s in Colorado now being put to use on a certain garage door. That’s why Gus is so cranky. The noise is driving him berserk.

        All this talk of sanders is making me hungry for some KFC.

        I voted on Nov. 4th so Michelle says it’s ok. 😆

      • trebob says:

        All this talk of sanders is making me hungry for some KFC.
        I voted on Nov. 4th so Michelle says it’s ok.

        You didn’t vote demo, so no chicken for you!

    • Pakimon says:

      Poor Gus.

      Why can’t he get a trust fund to blow through like his mentor and pal Chunkles the Jazzy Ponytail?

      Life just isn’t fair! 😆

  46. Octopus says:

    Racist personal info from Wiki:

    Suh’s mother, Bernadette (née Lennon) Suh, an elementary school teacher, was born in Spanish Town, Jamaica, and is a graduate of Southern Oregon University. His father, Michael Suh, is from Cameroon and played semi-pro soccer in Germany while working as a machinist. They met and married in Portland, Oregon in 1982, after Michael Suh was admitted to a Portland trade school.[57] Although his father is only 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m), Suh’s great-grandfather, also named Ndamukong Suh, stood 7 ft 3 in (2.21 m).[58] In the Ngemba language of Cameroon, Ndamukong means “House of Spears.”[59]

    It kills me that Suh’s dad is such a little guy. The apple fell very far from the tree, in this case. Also: “House Of Spears.” So racist! 😆

  47. swamprat says:

    Watched Nick Cave’s version of “Stagger Lee”.
    Self patronizing narcissistic tripe.
    The melodic voice of Dylan paired with the lyric genius of “The Ohio Players”.

  48. Pakimon says:

    TRANSLATION: I downloaded the Java update from Oracle.

    That Chunky… what a poser. 😆

    • dwells38 says:

      OTHER TRANSLATION: Give me 80 bucks first. Then I’ll get around to improvements when I feel like it. But I have plenty of time to call everyone stupid on Twitter.

  49. OLT's Gus Misses These Jewels says:

  50. Octopus says:

    Yes, and it’s a fine system. You do the work, the boss pays you money, and you use the money for food, shelter, heat and maybe a little drinky now and again.

    Your system, Gus, cuts out everything but the drinky. It’s not sustainable. Many have died trying.

    • trebob says:

      Gus has it wrong. One of the major differences with the United States and the rest of the world is that our whole system is based on the ability to become the boss, despite your age, family or station in life. Something simply not possible in most of the rest of the world.

      Your giving yourself an excuse for failure Gus. You don’t have to fail, in the United States, everyone can succeed.

  51. Because and...? says:

  52. Because says the freezing unemployed bum says:

  53. dwells38 says:

    RT @mediagazer: Confirmed. @johnjcook leaving @intercept to return to @Gawker. Please DM or email me any…… http://t.c…
    1 hour ago

    I’m guessing Chunky retweeted this in hopes that there was some sort of falling out with GG and the Chunky deemed “un-diverse” crew of Intercept writers. Doesn’t look like it based on Cook’s glowing comments. Since Chunk’s never parted on good terms with anyone I imagine this seems unbelievable to him.

    “Working with my Intercept colleagues has been one of the most fulfilling things I’ve done in my career, and my decision to leave was a painful one to make,” Cook said. “But I feel comfortable leaving in the knowledge that it is now perfectly situated to become a powerful journalistic force under new editorial leadership.”

  54. Because car? olo says: