A Word of Caution Come Election Night 2016

During the 2012 election I lived in a Negro enclave. As usual, it was a crime-infested Negro enclave. Man, these poor Negroes can’t catch a break, crime follows them everywhere, and their neighborhoods are always ruined, no matter where they go!

Anyway, although losing in the polls and facing an incumbent, I thought Romney had a chance come election night. And then I realized—if Obama lost, this Negro ghetto was gonna burn. Bad.

So, on election day, I got out of that neighborhood and stayed the night in a much less NBA-American-occupied locale.  And, even though Obama won, I’m glad I had that thought—better safe than an “unidentified youth’s” victim.

That’s all to say that, at this point, the Negroes think they get absolute say in who gets to be president, thanks to their sanctification by the culture and Obama’s wins. So when Trump wins, I predict ghettos will burn as Negroes riot and murder in a massive chimpout, with or without the encouragement of BLM (who will definitely be encouraging the attack).

So to my brothers saving money by living in or near the parts of town where BET is popular—come November 7-9, perhaps you should take a trip somewhere a little less watermelon-ly and little more kale-ly.

In fact, since Trump’s gonna win, and Negroes love the weekend, you might want to take from November 7-14—Monday to Monday, a whole week—and take a nice vacation far out of town, locking everything up behind you, perhaps taking many valuables with you.

Just sayin’. MAGA, my brothers.

4 Responses to “A Word of Caution Come Election Night 2016”

  1. Canadian Friend Says:

    Good advice.

  2. SteveRogers42 Says:

    Words of wisdom.

  3. Reb Says:

    Shit. If you have to live in a ghetto at least live in a white one. White Power!

  4. Reb Says:

    Shit. But I was just in lockup with a bunch of niggers, so I had no choice.

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