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Jan 25 2016

Trump’s National Spokeswoman Katrina Pierson Is Black Lives Matter Type Who Hates Christians

Donald Trump has no political experience, never having held elective office. Normally President of the United States is not regarded as an entry-level position. But that doesn’t matter in The Donald’s case, because he assures us he will surround himself with top people — like Katrina Pierson:

Since joining the Trump campaign as a national spokeswoman in November, Katrina Pierson has served as an attack dog of sorts for Donald Trump, attempting to expose his critics and opponents as faux conservatives who are simply pulling the wool over the eyes of the American people.

And yet, Ms. Pierson’s own statements reveal she is a self-proclaimed devotee of Malcolm X (whom she has referred to as her “idol”) and has a history of attacking conservatives as racists, sneering at Christians who are unable to “handle the truth” and mocking candidates who open up about their faith on the campaign trail as preachers who would be “great if we were electing a Jesus.”

Pierson points to Malcolm X as a large source of her ideological founding, much like the leaders of Black Lives Matter do. Pierson has called the radical figure a hero and is open about her literal idolization of him, explaining that “MLK was too moderate for me.”

Like Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, and others on the left, Katrina Pierson used the 2012 trial of George Zimmerman over the death of Trayvon Martin to accuse conservatives of racism, lies, and “bigotry.”

If Pierson were a student at Dartmouth, she would be storming through the library, flipping white students’ books shut as they try to study and yelling that they are racists. Instead, she is a public representative of Donald Trump, the hero of alt-right anti–anti-racists who inexplicably take his recent rhetoric on immigration at face value.

Like many who despise conservatives, Pierson feels the same way about Christians:

In 2010, Pierson made the remarkable claim that “There are no such things as Christians. Just people who call themselves Christians.” In 2011, Pierson publicly mocked the Catholic church, tweeting: “Just saw a commercial from Catholic Church stating that Catholic Church was started by Jesus. I bet they believe that too. #sad.”

During the 2012 election, Pierson slammed Christians as the, “First to name call and First to judge.”

The values-oriented Rick Santorum has earned her particular ire:

Pierson, who is open about the fact that she voted for Barack Obama in 2008, openly mocked the religious faith of Santorum, whose victory in the 2012 Iowa caucus was due in large part to his strong favorability numbers among evangelicals. Pierson referred to Santorum as “pastor” and his campaign events as worship services and complained about his “preaching,” at one point stating that Santorum would be “great if we were electing a Jesus.”

She has also proclaimed that since he didn’t have enough minority endorsements to suit her, Santorum must be a racist.

Trump’s supporters have responded to these revelations with their usual debate tactic of covering their ears and shouting, “I can’t hear you!” It has been claimed that Pierson’s outrageous tweets are fake. However,

Some Trump supporters have attempted to claim — without any evidence whatsoever — that the tweets were somehow faked, even though they came from Pierson’s account and can still be viewed online.

One article from Breitbart quoted a Tea Party blogger as saying that some of the tweets were “apparently from a fake twitter account,” but these claims are unsubstantiated.

If Breitbart really was paid off by Trump to provide favorable coverage, The Donald is not getting his money’s worth, considering Ben Shapiro's piece yesterday explaining why Trump is not a conservative. Ask yourself how much a rebel like Andrew Breitbart would like an authoritarian statist like Trump; Shapiro confirms the obvious answer. Nonetheless, some hardcore Stormtrumpers appear to regard it as a safe space.

BTW, William Hennessy, author of the pro-Pierson piece at Breitbart, now admits that the tweets are genuine.

It isn’t easy to work in politics without brushing shoulders with people who turn out to be wackos. Pierson was a Tea Party activist in Garland, Texas and reportedly was an advisor on Ted Cruz’s 2012 Senate campaign, although she was on CNN yesterday denying that she ever actually worked for Cruz. Apparently Glenn Beck once put in a good word for her, not being aware at the time that she is a kook. She doesn’t always walk around wearing a sandwich board proclaiming “I am an insane leftist radical.” But making this moonbat a national spokeswoman is damning in the extreme.

A pair of samples from the Katrina Pierson collection:

Katrina Pierson

Katrina Pierson

On tips from Varla and Torcer.



  • Steve

    People need to look at Trump really close. If the Illinois primary was today I would vote for Rand Paul. Once the general election is set I will vote for whoever is on the ballot. Anyone is better than Clinton or that old commie.

  • Tostig

    Thus the problem. The only real conservative in the race is Cruz, but he is never going to win. Trump is a fraud. Either people will figure that out and go with someone else, or they won’t figure it out and he’ll be the nominee and he will lose massively to Hildebeast. And so that leaves us with the “viable” choices from the mainstream lane – people who have at least a remote chance of winning against Hildebeast. We’re right back where we were in 2012, a clown show of loudmouths, one actual conservative who cannot win, and a variety of milquetoast center-right nothing-burgers who don’t have any fire in their belly and/or are so liberal on major issues like amnesty that it’s not worth the time to fight for them.

    This is 2012 all over again.

    Note to all the Trump supporters here: the man is not a conservative. He’s not even a center-right captain of industry. He’s a liberal democrat. Historically he has been pro abortion, pro amnesty, pro bank bailout, pro auto bailout, Clinton donor, etc. etc. Do you really want to be the willing tools who go along with his game of pretend-nationalism so he can put this final feather in his cap? What do you think is going to happen when he’s elected? In DAYS he will be coopted by the far-left dinner party circuit in DC and will be cutting deals left and right with them, and telling conservatives they need to “work with others” just like he does.

    If Trump is elected, somehow, there will be no border fence. Or deportations. Or banning of Muslims. That is all red meat which will be tossed out the window the very instant Trump takes office, which, by the way, will never happen.

  • Hans Pfall

    Keep it up, Dave. Mrs. Clinton is very, very pleased.

    Oh, and BHO says thanks as well.

  • Hans Pfall

    Don’t lecture me, boy. Many, many people here know what Trump is and isn’t, and we sure don’t need you to explain it. We also know exactly what and who YOU are, so you can drop the oh-so-sincere concern for conservatives.

  • Hans Pfall

    By the way, if you dig, you can find some not-so-conservative statements by people in His Holiness Cruz’s campaign staff as well…but of course, that doesn’t count because the fix is in.

  • MicahStone

    Understand the REAL TRUMP, folks….

  • Dan Northrup

    Trump or Socialism…. Guess those are my choices…. vote with Moltov’s

  • Duckster1964

    Do you actually work for the Clinton campaign???

  • Hans Pfall

    BTW, note that Mr. Tostig says “…the very instant Trump takes office, which, by the way, will never happen.”

    Not “He will never get the votes” or “We won’t elect him” but “the very instant Trump takes office, which, by the way, WILL NEVER HAPPEN.” Really? Does Mr. Tostig know something?

  • Hans Pfall

    …and THAT, Danny-boy, is a terrorist threat.

  • IslandLifer

    Wow look at Trumps poll numbers! Cruz gets sloppy seconds and with all of the lies being put out probably won’t get tapped for a seat at the table. It’s called shooting yourself in the foot.

  • Hans Pfall

    Oh NO, you’re WRONG. Those poll numbers are being cooked up by the elite Illuminati cabal that is controlling all the stupid, ignorant, “butt-hole” Trumpians who are too brainwashed and star-struck with The Donald to know any better. It’s all a LIE. ¡JEB! is really the man poised to go the distance!

    Sheeee-it.

  • brwaldbaum

    You’re literally foaming at the mouth, Komrade. Relax.

  • Hans Pfall

    Yes. The biggest threat to America is Donald Trump.

    Yes. It’s true. It’s Trump. He is the threat, and that racist campaign manager of his.

    Big threat. Squirrel! Shiny object. LOOK LOOK.

    Meanwhile, in the land of Obama and (because of sites like this) the next President Hillary Rodham and activist judges:

  • brwaldbaum

    Now you’re just babbling.

  • Hans Pfall

    LOL, no…I’m simply being a prick and pointing out that people like you and attitudes like the ones expressed on this site are electing Hillary Clinton (or equivalent), KOMRADE.

  • Hans Pfall

    Really? I think I am making my point quite succinctly.

  • jeffunde

    Donald Trump has no political experience, never having held elective office. Normally President of the United States is not regarded as an entry-level position. –

    Same could be said about Obama. His short term as senator does not make him any more qualified.

  • DJ Cosell

    .
    Trump is the Muhammad Ali of presidential politics.
    .
    TRUMP IS THE GREATIST!!!!!
    .
    Come November 8, 2016 ….. TRUMP WILL SHOCK THE WORLD!!!
    .
    TRUMP is from THE HOUSE OF SHOCK!!!!!!.
    And he’s pretty!
    .
    MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
    .
    TRUMP 2016

  • Hans Pfall

    …and Ted Cruz is a first-term Senator, as is Marco Rubio…so, wait for it:

    ¡JEB! The only man qualified for the job!

    Hallelujah!

  • Hans Pfall

    He sure is good a rope-a-dope!

  • DJ

    You got that right. Look what he did to Cruz in Iowa. Cruz attacked DT and now Cruz is fifteen points down in the Iowa polls.
    .
    You can’t stump the Trump!
    .
    TRUMP 2016

  • brwaldbaum

    Komrade Hans makes his points succinctly.

  • Ed. G. Mann

    This thread became a hot bed of irrationality rather quickly.

    People speak for themselves. Pierson is running her own mouth. Trump is responsible for what he says, not for what someone else says. Y’all sound like Obama on crank.

  • JacksonPearson

    Yeah, your RAT talking points really do succcc….:

  • trump supporter

    trump will bring the jobs back from over seas if he destroyes movement conservatives and ayn randist fine with me!

  • Hans Pfall

    You are one stupid, vile motherf***er. I wouldn’t compare a pig to human sh** like that.

  • JacksonPearson

    America knows something, and that’s all that counts….:

  • brwaldbaum

    You’re a silly person, Komrade.

  • Tostig

    So…you think I’m what, a secret liberal? I’ve been on this board for ten years. Have you?

  • Xavier

    Why not elect someone who hires unstable people?
    I mean, what’s the worst that could happen?

  • Apostle53

    David, I believe Pierson is a Tea Party conservative who like Palin and other Tea Party candidates has been back stabbed by the GOPe.

  • Tostig

    No, actually you’re foaming at the mouth, douche.

  • Tostig

    And how’s he gonna do that? By telling Apple to make stuff in the US, or by levying a 40 % tariff on Chinese goods, which will make everything at Target and WalMart shoot up by 40 % in price?

    We do need to rebuild the US manufacturing base, but it’s a deep, complex problem that didn’t come out of nowhere or overnight, and won’t be fixed with a President’s shouting. Trade wars are not the answer.

    Someone goes into an Apple store and buys a phone for $600. If sourced in the US that phone will cost $1000. Nobody’s willing to pay that. That’s why the jobs went to China in the first place, because they build stuff cheaper. If we want those jobs back one of two things will need to happen: either people get used to $1000 phones, or the unions disappear and people start working for globally competitive pay packages (i.e. “less”). Those are the only two ways to do it.

    Trump does not have a magic answer to this. He has a slogan.

  • IslandLifer
  • Dan Northrup

    Whatcha gonna do, report me to the bloated over sized government so I can be processed for exercising free speech.

  • DJ

    But, but……but…. Ted Cruz is such a prinnnnnnncipled conservative. How can this be?!?
    .
    From the article: “Among [Cruz’s] final clients were a businessman who pleaded guilty to bribery, a drug manufacturer that fired an employee who refused to break the law, and a company that illegally copied another’s tire design.”
    .
    At best it reeks borderline sleazy to me

  • TED
  • jack burns

    The NWO prime movers are firmly in control. The only options for 2016 on either side (if there are really 2 sides) are ludicrous.

  • TED

    NAILED IT!

  • TED

    CELEBRATING his LAST year…

  • Xavier

    *Not a Cruzbot*

    But one side is wrong/guilty/loses in every trial, and under the law they get to have attorneys too.

  • sth_txs

    Well, if true, she should be asked to move along ASAP. The news clips I’ve seen show her to be pretty articulate about the positions for Trump.

    Can you find some other argument other than ‘he is not a conservative’ when that really means nothing anyway.

    Where was Dave when Ron Paul was running? Did he vote for him, because I sure did, and he got screwed by the GOP. I have not wasted my time to vote in for pres for the last 16 years or so because it does not matter. New boss same as old boss.

  • Xavier

    hahahahahahahahahaha that’s funny!

  • StotheOB

    Well all I can say is good thing his entire platform isnt centered around something like ‘elect me, I’ll hire the best people and we will run Big Government properly unlike everyone else who are all stupid’

    …oh wait

  • StotheOB

    She is the one who post the CNN debate (I believe it was) was asked about Trump supporting Zucherbergs immigration stand on the debate stage but his website saying he is opposed to it

    Her answer? “well someone else wrote that for the webpage”

    The followup question was “which one are Trumps real beliefs then?” and she responded… “whats on the website”

  • Jill

    Does the past really even matter, at this point? If you supported Ron Paul, what do you think about Trump’s positions regarding:
    Tax policy-where even fewer people pay
    Federal lands-where he says the states cannot be trusted with their own land?
    Border fences-I’m not against them, but think they’re feckless as so few people cross that way. Ron Paul was adamantly opposed.
    Health plan-more big government, inching closer to single payer
    Education-more big government, inching toward entitlement
    ***That’s just for starters.

  • Jill

    You would have hated John Adams, in that case.

  • Jill

    It worked out great when Obama did it, so why the heck not? (Sarcasm, of course)

  • Jill

    His tariff plan worked great during the Great Depression. What’s the worst thing that can happen?

  • Jill

    Trump said his rabidly pro abortion sister would make a great justice. What’s the worst thing that could happen if he appoints three just like her?

  • Jill

    Why not wait until a few primaries before declaring Trump the inevitable victor? What would it hurt?

  • Jill

    Thou shalt not have a contrary opinion and expose the truth, despite angering the Trump true believers. Was that the 12th commandment?

  • sth_txs

    Team R does everything you have just said but claims he is not a conservatard. Yes, I’m for a little government as possible. But most people are happy with their serfdom, including conservatards. Or cuckservatives as they should be called.

    If Trump’s tax plan were in place a couple decades ago, I would have more money. Team R has never delivered on taxes in a meaningful way.

    I could change my mind and not bother voting again. Not like I’m really represented by pro-liberty and limited government people. Not to mention most voters are parasites anyway.

  • Hans Pfall

    No, actually I want to wash your mouth out with foamy douche.

  • IslandLifer

    Ok.

  • TED

  • TED

  • StotheOB
  • Stinky Lebinowitz

    I have seen her a number of times and she is sharp, accurate and articulate when it comes to expressing the views of Trump and of his campaign. She is also smart enough to know and understand that should she interject her own opinions publicly, that would not also be campaign approved, Trump will have no problem sending her packing in New York heartbeat. So, what she says or does “off the clock” is between her and the Lord, not me.

    The problem with Catholics is not if or should they support Trump. It’s why in God’s name are they continually voting for and supporting the Pro Abortion side of the aisle !!!!

  • Jane Dough

    “The only options for 2016 on either side (if there are really 2 sides) are ludicrous.”

    It’s easy to be negative — it’s what the Internet does best — but who is your idea of a Towering Statesman?

    I know, I know, people are horrible and Americans are stupid, but Jack Burns rising above it all isn’t helping.

  • jack burns

    Fair enough. Among this bunch, nobody. I thought Trump had potential but this video cauterized that notion. Voters anymore are like party crashers who show up every 4 years to find out how things are going in the Tavern on the Green. Who floats your boat? http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=1dc_1449578232

  • Jane Dough

    “Who floats your boat?”

    Trump. “Nobody” is not an option, unless you plan on posting a “Vacancy” sign outside the Oval Office for the next four years.

    Cynicism’ll only take us so far.

  • TED

    I LOVE it when a politician says “THE GOVERNMENT WILL PAY FOR IT”, are there really so few of US that knows that actually means US the taxpayers??!!!!!

  • jack burns

    Nobody is a non-option that my own investigation took me too. I like Carson but he can’t win. Facing the fact that we’re on an iceberg isn’t cynicism when all pointers indicate as much. If Trump explains that video and other statements made in the past, I’m back on board. Until then, the only ones that I’ll contribute to are the NRA and Judicial Watch.

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