The biggest F*** U in history

Will that 2016 prediction be repeated?

The former Democrat(ic) governor of Montana — a state Donald Trump won with 57% of the vote in 2020 — is warning readers of the New York Times that they are electing Republicans.

After eight years as governor, Steve Bullock lost his bid for a Senate seat to a Republican last year. Today he describes his Democrat(ic) party as “coastal, overly educated, elitist, judgmental, socialist and …out of touch with the needs of the ordinary voter.”

Eliminating student loans isn’t a top-of-mind matter for the two-thirds of Americans lacking a college degree. Being told that climate change is the most critical issue our nation faces rings hollow if you’re struggling to make it to the end of the month. And the most insulting thing is being told what your self-interest should be.

Bullock does not address low bail, defund the police, critical race theory, porous borders, and boys in girls locker rooms. Even so, it’s pretty much what former Madison WI mayor Dave Cieslewicz has been saying for the past year. And what Virginia voters said last month. What? Another loaded gun in Madison schools? Blame Covid!

The ‘human molotov cocktail’

Just yesterday, former Dane County executive Jonathan Barry exposed the Werkes to a video he had heard farmers talking about late in the 2016 presidential campaign. It consists of a speech that documentary film maker Michael Moore gave warning his Democrat(ic) audience that Donald Trump was about to beat Hillary Clinton. Apparently, the Trump campaign seized upon the speech, edited it and overlayed it with their own video. Even so, it is a political gut punch.

You’ll understand why this 4:36-minute video didn’t air on broadcast or cable media. It’s called (in ALL CAPS): “TRUMP’S ELECTION WILL BE THE BIGGEST “F*** YOU” IN HISTORY.”

Donald Trump came to the Detroit Economic Club and stood there in front of Ford Motor executives and said, “If you close these factories as you’re planning to do in Detroit and build them in Mexico, I’m going to put a 35 percent tariff on those cars when you send them back and nobody’s going to buy them.” It was an amazing thing to see. No politician, Republican or Democrat, had ever said anything like that to these executives, and it was music to the ears of people in Michigan and Ohio and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — the ‘Brexit states.’”

Whether Trump means it or not is kind of irrelevant because he’s saying the things to people who are hurting, and that’s why every beaten-down, nameless, forgotten working stiff who used to be part of what was called the middle class loves Trump. He is the human Molotov cocktail that they’ve been waiting for, the human hand grenade that they can legally throw into the system that stole their lives from them.

Blaska’s Bottom Line: Montana’s Steve Bullock encourages his fellow Democrats to: “Get out of the cities and you will learn we have a libertarian streak, with a healthy distrust of government. We listen when folks talk about opportunity and fairness, not entitlements. We expect government to play a role in our having a fair shot at a better life, not solve all our problems.”

In other words, Steve Bullock is saying Vote Republican!

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21 Responses to The biggest F*** U in history

  1. Mr. Forward says:

    Biden signs are back. But only at the gas pump.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. David Gerard says:

    What would Edmund Burke say about the human Molotov cocktail?

    “But what is liberty without wisdom and without virtue? It is the greatest of all possible evils; for it is folly, vice, and madness, without tuition or restraint.”


  3. Madtownforsure says:

    Amazing how they snuck out in darkness and removed those biden harris signs in city. Did they trash them or just hiding them until cackle face stops cackling.

    Liked by 1 person

    • wipam says:

      Not many Biden signs on cars either!


    • AdamC says:

      Cackle-a’s the least popular VP in history. Worse than even Agnew.

      Deep down Dems know it. It’s like Wendy Williams trying to act like she is a serious journalist. No one buys it for 2 seconds.


  4. Bill Cleary says:

    Well if you want to vote for the progressive/liberal/socialist/marxist party, otherwise known as the democrat party all I can say to you is: Stupid is as Stupid does.


  5. Liberty says:

    “Can Republicans prevail without Trump’s baggage?”

    I don’t think Trump’s a factor either way. And I don’t think voters are in love with Republicans as much as they’re disgusted by the rot & depravity from the left.


  6. AdamC says:

    The WI State Journal editorial board is sick and tired of us yahoos struggling with soaring gas prices. “Get over it” they snarled in an editorial. Totally out of touch!

    I hope they crash and burn and maybe their staff, once they lose their jobs, will develop a bit more empathy for people struggling to pay food, housing, gas, and heating bills.

    In any event it is an example when even the local rag starts imitating coastal elites’ smug arrogance towards the average person trying to get by. Just disgusting, WSJ!

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    • Liberty says:

      That article smacks of arrogance and limousine liberalism.

      They mention post-pandemic demand as a reason for increased fuel prices, and while it is a factor, they conveniently fail to mention Biden’s reversal of Keystone and thus of our energy independence.

      They hinge their hopes on Americans buying electric vehicles in large numbers, propelled by that “infrastructure” plan we can’t afford.

      And even if everyone buys an EV (provided they could afford it), studies are not conclusive that they’re the panacea some claim they are. That electricity has to come from somewhere. Electricity production comprises about a quarter of greenhouse gases, most of which relies on the burning of fossil fuels.

      Then this:

      “The infrastructure bill also will bolster public transportation so fewer commuters need to drive cars. Madison is getting a faster and more appealing bus system.”

      It’s unrealistic to think that people will flock to public trans. They haven’t in the past.


      • AdamC says:

        I’m already seeing pathetic selfies of people patiently waiting 45 minutes at some plug-in station for their e-car to recharge so they can drive another 100 miles before having to recharge again.

        The arrogant elites want us all to be forced to live like this.


        • Liberty says:

          Selfies, why of course. This isn’t actually about the environment, but about how “virtuous” they are,


        • Bill Cleary says:


          Yes, you are partially correct. The rich know that having all of us commoners being forced to wait as you stated: “45 minutes at some plug-in station for their e-car to recharge so we can drive another 100 miles”, is only the start. The rich elites will laugh at the rest of us “swine” as they are swilling their $4-5,000 dollar per bottle cognac around as they fly over the rest of us in “fly over country” while on their own private jets. (Think Airbus 380.) After their flight is over, they will be transported by their helicopter, then to their limousine, to their mansion by the sea.

          God forbid they would have to be crammed into a jet owned by an airline, flying with hundreds of others or worse, having to take a BUS back and forth to work, jammed in with, and standing shoulder to shoulder with others like I do every day.

          But ultimately, that is what they want. In my opinion, their ultimate goal is that they want us all crammed into cattle cars, public bus transportation, while they fly over the rest of us in their luxury jets.

          In the end, socialists and marxists never really wanted us, “the great unwashed” to have the opportunity to have the lifestyle they have.

          Even the Patrisse Khan Cullors, of the world, founder of black lives matter, have no interest in even helping black lives as she is now worth some 2 million dollars and has 3 homes, each of which are worth 2 to 3 times what my meager house is worth.


        • One eye says:

          Lots of problems need to be solved before mass migration to EVs:

          – Nuclear plants need to be built for electricity
          – materials for batteries needs to ramp up …. not from USA
          – battery technology needs to evolve so range is not an issue. And range is even more limited in cold climates.

          What else?

          It will be 20 years minimum before all that happens IMHO.


        • Liberty says:

          One eye,

          Right on about EVs not being a current solution.

          Same with those windmills. They make leftists FEEL like they’re doing something good for the environment, all warm and fuzzy and virtuous. But windmills are hard on the planet & wildlife, and are also inefficient, & ugly as holy h*l.

          Hey lefttists, you have to build a lot of turbines in order for wind energy to be effective, which requires what? The clearing of forests. Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of environmental stewardship? How about the millions of birds, including endangered species, that get killed by wind turbines?

          Explain to us rubes as if we’re children, how your overpriced gadgetry actually protects the environment.

          I think most of us want to protect the environment. What we don’t want are boondoggles that succeed only in creating more government waste, lining the pockets of billionaires, and making elites feel good about their overly-consumptive lives.


  7. boilingfrog9 says:

    The comments following the article are verging on self parody. “Of course progressive Democrats are smarter and better than those hicks and cowboys! They’re just jealous.”


  8. georgessson says:

    Been researchin’ “Green Energy” for years. ALL depend on fossil fuel from the get-go. Then add MORE fossil fuel in manufacturing these products utilizin’ THREE-PHASE juice, and of course, transporting the end result to the sales arena, (Semi Trucks filled with… fossil fuels). RE: WInd Power ? Fossil fuel to power MFG. and MUCH wasted fuel maneuvering ONE 120+ foot blade over the roads. Ethanol? Consider the fossil fuel cost of transporting the huge BULK of plants to the refineries, VS the compactness of transportin’ oil by pipeline or tanker.

    The end result is that wind mills, solar panels and batteries cost mucho dinero to make and distribute -and DO NOT last long enuff to offset their cost. They need to be replaced in short order, startin’ the whole cycle over again. And again…


  9. Mark+Lemberger says:

    Gee Squire, then why didn’t the Ford execs dress as shamans and storm something?


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