Where my DemoChads at?

Landon Green
Landon Green

Where my DemoChads at?

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Brandon Hughes
Brandon Hughes

that Negro female making the typical "sassy black bitch" face

Beyond parody.

Parker Smith
Parker Smith

Yay brown women!

Sebastian Ortiz
Sebastian Ortiz

Congressional hand jobs, about tree fiddy

Jacob Cox
Jacob Cox

All of them except for the one on the chair are negros, no?

David King
David King

Cringe

Caleb James
Caleb James

i would fuck the one in the middle she has a that typical gilf face

Eli Mitchell
Eli Mitchell

Also ready for what exactly?

Evan Fisher
Evan Fisher

I really wonder what I'm missing.
Are they this retarded? Do they actually believe the shit they're spewing?
It's over man, people don't buy their racist identity politics shit anymore.
Anti racist
Anti sexist
Make everything and I mean everything about race an sex.

People get angry because there are real issues that aren't solved.
RAYCISS'
The only thing they get out of this is disillusioned voters and brainlets playing the identity game on the opposite side.

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Kayden Rivera
Kayden Rivera

Oh NO you di-int!!!

Hunter Ward
Hunter Ward

Women really just do everything for attention and a chance to be recognized don't they? I doubt they really even give a fuck about what they're preaching. They just know that people like what they say and nothing else matters.

Julian Clark
Julian Clark

I want to marry either a brown arab woman or a brown latina woman.

Levi Martin
Levi Martin

bring a dust buster

Matthew Torres
Matthew Torres

All of them with that slight pursed lip smirk women adopt because they think it conveys superiority or strength.

Obnoxious cunts

William Green
William Green

i actually lolled.

Ryder Gray
Ryder Gray

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Aaron Martin
Aaron Martin

i would fuck the one in the middle she has a that typical gilf face
She looks like a tranny Indian
Feather not dot

Nathan Morales
Nathan Morales

la reunion creatura

Brayden Nelson
Brayden Nelson

you need to go get some more guys

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Brayden Robinson
Brayden Robinson

Yall aint ready.

Henry Cruz
Henry Cruz

She's right, nobody in her picture looks ready

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Robert Hernandez
Robert Hernandez

wrong on both accounts

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Samuel Hughes
Samuel Hughes

Dem OAC titties.

Camden Baker
Camden Baker

they ain’t ready
She’s so honest in her tweets

Landon Bell
Landon Bell

That's a lousy shoop of bin laden on that painting.

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Jose Reyes
Jose Reyes

MMMMMHMMMM

Jeremiah Martin
Jeremiah Martin

Imagine the smell

Mason Fisher
Mason Fisher

For their drama theyre going to cause and attention theyre going to demand, then once someone noticed them they start screaming, SCARED OF A WOMAN WITH POWER!?!?

Lincoln Reyes
Lincoln Reyes

far right
I didnt know we already had our first trans in office.

Ethan Taylor
Ethan Taylor

the ones all the way on the left and right are white.

Levi Robinson
Levi Robinson

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Juan Morales
Juan Morales

oooh myyy

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Nathan Parker
Nathan Parker

We takin’ yo country wh*te boi!

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Brody Martinez
Brody Martinez

So powerful.
Much bravery.

Eli Evans
Eli Evans

She is right. None of those women are ready.

Adam Price
Adam Price

is this actually that cunt?

William Thompson
William Thompson

Every time I think the Democrats can't come up with something to increase the cringe they surprise me. The non-stop cringe party.

Josiah Butler
Josiah Butler

NO ONE READY FOR KAHNS REVENGE !!!!!

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Cameron Miller
Cameron Miller

As long as my neoliberal oligarchary is brown and women I’m good

Anthony James
Anthony James

are you looking at a photo negative somehow?
might be a symptom of a tumor. go get checked out.

Landon Gomez
Landon Gomez

Right here

#DemoChads2020

Josiah Bennett
Josiah Bennett

Girls have it so difficult

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Asher Robinson
Asher Robinson

I am 6'6, but my dick is 6 inch long and 6 inch in circumference.

William Cook
William Cook

only one with a smirk is black lady to the left the other's have faces swelled with pride. sorry bout your assbergers

Bentley Wright
Bentley Wright

So fuckin hot

Hudson Reyes
Hudson Reyes

uppity black bitch

Elijah Thompson
Elijah Thompson

Look at all that pussy...

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Kevin Smith
Kevin Smith

The cunt clan

Daniel Bennett
Daniel Bennett

I had used all the porn on the internet, so I turn on the TV, and there's a marionette called Diane Sawyer interviewing 20 female Senators, the most in history, applauding and giggling as if cold fusion had finally been discovered. Of course it's a "good thing" that women are Senators in as much as not allowing them to be senators is the bad thing, but other than that, what does it mean? That women are finally brave enough to run, or America brave enough to hire them? It's not like the Capitol Building was turning them away, so why is this important? I knew I was being scammed because I was being told this was a historic accomplishment by the ABC Network. The ABC demo is not ever going to be a Senator, I would bet ten bazillion dollars they couldn't even name one of their Senators and gazillion billion dollars they have no real idea what Senators do, so why is this on prime time ABC?

I think the answer is supposed to be "it's empowering to women," but you should wonder: when more women enter a field, it means less men did, and if the men stopped going there, where did they go? Why did they leave? I assume they aren't home with the kids, right?

I don't want to be cynical but boy oh boy is it hard not to observe that at the very moment in history when we have the most women in the Senate, Congress is perceived to be pathetic, bickering, easily manipulated and powerless, and I'll risk the blowback and say those are all stereotypes of women. Easy, HuffPo, I know it's not causal, I am saying the reverse: that if some field keeps the trappings of power but loses actual power, women enter it in droves and men abandon it like the Roanoke Colony. Again we must ask the question: if power-seeking men aren't running for Senate, where did they go? Meanwhile all the lobbyists and Wall Street bankers are men, isn't that odd? "Women aren't as corrupt or money-hungry." Yes that's been my experience with women as well.

Henry Cox
Henry Cox

This works in reverse, too, take a field traditionally XX-only, like nursing, and huh, what do you know—at the time where nursing is more powerful than it has ever been there are also more XY in it than ever. But who made it more powerful? It wasn't nurses. And if you're playing that game, ask if the reason "sexy nurses" as a fetish dropped out somewhere around the 90s had nothing to do with females finally getting control over their sexualization but exactly the opposite, men came in and unsexualized the joint. "I'm not gay." Easy, Focker, no one was implying anything.

I know to a woman it must feel good, "yay, I'm a Senator!" and I do not minimize the individual accomplishment of a woman becoming a Senator. But for everyone else, what is the significance? One of the Yay-Women Senators suggested that the government would benefit from all the make-up because "women's styles tend to be more collaborative," and at that exact same moment she repeated the conventional wisdom's horrible banality she simultaneously got married to the head of a lobbying firm. That's progress, I guess.

Chase Miller
Chase Miller

The problem isn't with women in the Senate, but rather its celebration, which these dummies blindly participate in. Is it putting on a face for the American public, the way the first face I see on Goldman Sach's website is a black woman? Is it cosmetic? She's probably proud, she should be proud that she made it to GS, but for the rest of blacks and women, what is the significance? It may be regressive to ask this, but it is illuminating: "hey... why did they let so many of us in?"

This is part of a larger, systemic problem with the way power has shifted not from Group A to Group B, but from the ground up to the top down, and top down works in a very specific way: it concedes the trappings of power while it retains the actual power.

In this case, you are seeing a shift of power repackaged as a gender battle. And it's quite apparent that power is a generation or so ahead of you, so in 1990 a 40 year old who grew up around successful lawyers then says to his 5 year old, "Daughter, you should become a lawyer!" and she probably at one point decries the lack of female role models, and then by the time she graduates law school she discovers she's a dime a dozen, power has been withdrawn, one step ahead; and at this rate I fully expect 2013's Aspirational 14% to nudge their 5 year old daughters towards investment banking so they can be part of the big Women In Investment Banking conference of 2033. Don't bother, it'll be in Newark.

Julian Fisher
Julian Fisher

I can't predict the next field of power, I'm happy to hear your projections, the point for now is that while power moves ahead of you and your family, it leaves behind the appearance of a gender (or racial) struggle; and the immediate result of this is that people consider it a societal achievement that they are merely playing, even if what they are doing is ultimately meaningless. So while women (appropriately) fought for, and got, equal access to college educations—and now women even outnumber men in colleges—today we find that college is irrelevant. Huh. Note bene: what women did not fight for, and this is to my point, is the specific power of being taken seriously without a college education. "But how will the world know we're equal?"

Matthew Hill
Matthew Hill

What exactly are these females doing?

And what in the hell are they trying to accomplish?

Your elected representatives, doing important stuff right?

Lucas Baker
Lucas Baker

Women only enter politics for attention. Look at them posing for photo shoots like they're on America's Next Top Model.

Nicholas Gomez
Nicholas Gomez

god i cant wait for 2020 re-election day to see these cunts in tears

Henry Miller
Henry Miller

Pic related is why women should be banned from politics. They care more about appearance than anything else

Isaac Rivera
Isaac Rivera

can someone decipher this comic for me

Ryder Cooper
Ryder Cooper

I wonder how many people would believe this shit if it was posted under a trump tweet

Angel Wilson
Angel Wilson

m-hmmm

Nathaniel Turner
Nathaniel Turner

Why aren't you able to prove you didn't marry your brother again?

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