Culture Wars

David Perdue Says EV Truck Plant Jobs Too Woke, Georgians Can Drive Culture War To Work Instead

The stupidest timeline continues.

Polls in Georgia are open today for the state's primary election, and David Perdue, the former senator who's challenging incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp in the Republican primary, has mostly been campaigning on Donald Trump's Big Lie, suggesting Kemp helped evil Democrats steal the 2020 election. Polling suggests that's not going so great, even though Donald Trump endorsed Perdue. Also he's closing his campaign out by being an out-and-out racist to Stacey Abrams.

But as NBC News reports, Perdue is padding his righting crazy cred with some extra culture war bullshit, fighting against construction of a huge electric vehicle factory slated to be built on farmland in Morgan and Walton Counties about an hour's drive from Atlanta (a round trip is well within the Rivian R1T pickup's 314 mile range). Yep, the site is so big it's in two counties.

The factory is expected to create about 7,500 full-time jobs, plus jobs in construction and support, but Perdue claims the Rivian truck plant might also fill Georgia with scary woke cooties, because Rivian is based in California, which is where Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff are from! Even worse, to attract the $5 billion plant, being touted as the biggest industrial project in Georgia history, Kemp and the state lege offered $1.5 billion in tax incentives.

Predictably, Perdue couldn't be satisfied with asking whether that's a good use of state money. You see, wingnut boogeyman George Soros owns a small share in Rivian, so Perdue has been insisting Kemp handed your taxpayer money personally to Soros, "minority shareholder" be damned. And everyone in the Republican base knows what that means. (Jews. It means "Jewish Puppetmaster" to their target audience.)

See how scary these puppetmaster pickups are?

Tweet by David Perdue campaign: "Brian Kemp just announced his plans to give $1.5 billion of Georgians' tax dollars to a George Soros-owned woke corporation.  Think about how many small businesses in Georgia could be helped with this kind of money, instead of padding Soros\u2019 pockets."  Includes link to an Atlanta Journal-Constitution story about the incentives.

So you see, kids, these Rivian pickups and SUVs are truly the $80,000 light trucks of the woke socialist radical Great Replacement apocalypse. And it's true, there really is a plan to replace your internal combustion cars and trucks with clean vehicles with terrific torque and lower maintenance costs. Oh, the horror!

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White Nonsense

Racist A-Hole David Perdue Pretty Sure Stacey Abrams ‘Demeaning’ Her Race

Let’s all relish Perdue’s humiliation tonight.

Donald Trump’s sock puppet David Perdue has ended his racist campaign for Georgia governor with a racist attack against Stacey Abrams. This is hardly a surprise, but it’s still repulsive. Here’s what the white former senator told a crowd of white people about the Black Democratic candidate:

“Did you all see what Stacey said this weekend?” Mr. Perdue said from the stage. “She said that Georgia is the worst place in the country to live. Hey, she ain’t from here. Let her go back to where she came from. She doesn’t like it here.”

Last week, Ms. Abrams — not “Stacey,” you racist prick — said she was tired of Republicans boasting about Georgia "being the best state in the country to do business when we are the worst state in the country to live.” CNN called this an “eyebrow-raising comment,” which is only true if you didn’t listen to her full remarks:

“Now, somebody’s going to try to Politifact me on this — let me contextualize,” Abrams [said]. “When you’re No. 48 for mental health, when you’re No. 1 for maternal mortality, when you have an incarceration rate that’s on the rise and wages that are on the decline, then you are not the No. 1 place to live in the United States. But we can get there. You see, Georgia is capable of greatness. We just need greatness to be in our governor’s office.”

This is objectively true, and it’s not as if Republicans only ever run campaigns rooted in rah-rah patriotism. During his 2016 campaign, Trump often derided America, saying things like “The world is laughing at us. We don’t win at the borders. We don’t win with taking care of our vets. We don’t win with anything. We don’t win anymore. We will start winning again like you’ve never seen before."

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Elections

Occasional Georgia Resident Herschel Walker Coasting To Insulting Victory In GOP Senate Primary

Were the other guys even trying?

Today’s the GOP Senate primary in Georgia and Herschel Walker is expected to win decisively, crushing his opponents who all possess more political experience then he does, but unfortunately have never played college football. Recent polling averages show Walker with 63.6 percent of the Republican primary vote. That’s more than enough to avoid a runoff or, worse, someone on Walker’s staff having to explain to him what a “runoff” is.

Maybe the polls are all wrong, though? That’s the last refuge of the truly desperate. Andra Gillespie, political science professor at Emory University, doesn’t think Walker’s opponents should expect any miracles.

"The fact that it’s different kinds of polls, public polls and partisan polls, polls with sampling methodologies I trust and ones whose sampling methodologies I don’t trust, they all come up with the same numbers,” she said. “I don’t see how someone could think they could get Walker below 50 percent."

It’s not just that Republican primary candidates can’t beat a woefully unfit candidate who’s admitted to playing the home version of Russian roulette. They can’t even prevent a majority of voters from casting a ballot for him.

PREVIOUSLY: Proud Russian Roulette Survivor Herschel Walker Thinks You’re Just Jealous Of How Awesome He Is

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2022 midterms

GOP 'Party Of Ideas' Shares Same Old Post-Midterms Bad Ideas​

A terrifying Sunday shows rundown!

Republicans are so sure they're going to retake control of Congress in November, we can only assume they're already measuring for drapes in current Democratic lawmakers' offices. This overconfidence is the only way we can explain their total lack of subtlety in their villainy.

Let's take a look at the Sunday shows so you can see what we mean.

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