Donald Trump and the Lucky Hitler Hypothesis

Donald Trump is soooooo stupid. Donald Trump is a racist and a fascist and a hypocrite and an ignoramus and a narcissist and a buffoon and a bully. Only an idiot would vote for Donald Trump.

So that leaves us two explanations for the events of the past year. Either Donald Trump is incredibly lucky or there are a lot more bigoted assholes in this country than anybody (except for Shaun King and Toure) ever realized.

I’m going with lucky.

Scott Adams on the “Lucky Hitler Hypothesis“:

That filter on reality says Trump is a terrible person on the inside – racist, narcissistic, and uncaring – and his success is due to his under-informed base of supporters plus luck. By this filter, no skill is involved except for the Reality TV kind. He was just in the right place at the right time, and loudly, as always. Hence, Lucky Hitler.

There is another explanation for Trump’s success, but it so far-fetched that no one in their right mind would believe it. According to that insane theory, Trump is a lot smarter than his critics and he knows exactly what he is doing.

But that’s cray cray.

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106 Responses to Donald Trump and the Lucky Hitler Hypothesis

  1. taw46 says:

    They will never give him credit, ever. Even when he wins in November. Lucky for us racist xenophobes. They will never know what hit them.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      They’ll say he cheated like Bush. They’ll blame racism. Then they will spend 4-8 years blaming him for everything bad and refusing to give him credit for anything good. If the economy hits new heights they’ll say he got the benefit of Obama’s policies.

  2. John Denney says:

  3. CiscoKid says:

    Obama believes the same thing.
    That hard work, attention to detail in that work, perseverance and risk in building a business doesn’t count.
    Your just lucky.
    And besides, you didn’t build that.

  4. elliesmom says:

    We were just discussing this over lunch at the neighborhood bar. The consensus was, whether you want him to win in November or not, Trump is crazy all right. Crazy like a fox. It’s a bad year to be a chicken.

  5. Venus says:

    I hope those as shots keep underestimating him.
    He’s a summer fling.
    He won’t win a primary.
    He’ll never be the nominee.
    No one is getting to 1237.

    Etc. Etc.
    Trump is losing the GE the same way he was losing the primary.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I will freely admit I underestimated him when he first announced he was running. I went with the CW and didn’t take him seriously. Then he started rising in the polls and dominating the debates.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Same here!!! :lo:

        • jeffhas says:

          I knew the minute he made his remarks about the wall that I would crawl across broken glass over a fire pit naked to vote for him…

          He practically had me at hello.

      • 49erDweet says:

        Yeah. Same here. And he’s a brash New Yawker. Exactly what we don’t need.
        And then the coincidental matching negative stories by allegedly competing newsies began to surface. Wait a minute. If they don’t like him there must be more to him than I first thought. The enemy of my enemy, etc.
        Now the popcorn concession is too valuable to sublease out.

      • Dora says:

        I have supported him since day one and I still do. You might remember that. 🙂

        I’m glad some of you are changing your minds.

        Hmmm. I wonder how Piper is doing. I doubt she would ever change. 🙂

        • jeffhas says:

          I am ride or die, but I was not happy about the judge remarks – not because they were wrong. But because for the first time he was thinking of himself instead of the American people… He should’ve just said, “Hey look, I’m gonna be fine, I’m a Billionaire, I think what’s happening is unfair, and I’ll win this lawsuit, but either way, I’m gonna be fine – there are more important things that need to be taken care of”

          … But who cares… After Brexit, it’s basically, “Mexican judge, what judge?”

          This is just destiny I tell ya.

      • Venus says:

        I’m with you, myiq — I thought the exact same thing too.

  6. Dora says:

    Her too? But she is the mother of Hillary’s grandchildren!

    Watchdog Accuses State Department of Slow-Rolling Release of Chelsea Clinton Emails

    Citizens United: ‘The public has a right to inspect these emails before November’

  7. Dora says:

    Remember the Alamo!

    • blowme0bama says:

      Coastal elites have brought this upon themselves. They’ll respond with more insults and name calling, just like the left did in 2010, 2012, 2014 and the #Remain voters.

    • NBD says:

      This is an awesome concept. An independent Texas would largely solve the border problem, among other benefits.

    • kanaughty says:

      oh god, if texas became independent, and i was still living in texarkana, that would have been a nightmare because all the shopping was on the texas side of the line. i would have been using my passport several times a day some days.🙂 border towns. At least uk are islands with no border town nightmare scenarios. infact, this reminds me of the town in washington state that to get to, you have to go through canada. haha. bad map drawing or something.

      • kanaughty says:

        of course the arkansas side had all the alcohol! texarkana, tx was dry! and there was a street named state line, so how would they let people travel on that, i don’t know. that would be so weird, but texas will do what texas wants and at least they could finally stop the invasion.

    • kanaughty says:

      i was just reading in that “The history of the flag goes back to 1955. The Council of Europe – which defends human rights and promotes European culture ” key is “european culture” (not middle eastern islamic culture), so with all these refugees getting their no go zones and some getting some sharia law, that kind of goes against the principals of the original European union. one great reason that they should start to leave…

  8. 1539days says:

    Fortune favors the bold.

  9. Exactly. And he’s not about making money off the electoral process, either, another bullshit theory. Why would he do that when he can have the whole economic prize and make plenty of money with family and friends + the American people. His political foes are up a Shit Creek they made for themselves.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Well they should remember what their leader Barry the Not So Great said, “you lost”

  10. Ann says:

    When I read stupid shit like that @carlosleon response, it makes me wish I had a twitter account for politics. SMH

  11. mcnorman says:

  12. Myiq2xu™ says:

  13. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Can you guess who said this?:

    Regardless of what you think of Trump’s inflammatory rhetoric, and his uncompromising talk of walls and bans, does anybody really doubt after this shock Brexit result that he’s right about the levels of anger?

    It may not be obvious to the political and media elites living in their hallowed, protected homes in privileged areas.

    But travel to the north of England, or to the middle of America, and you will find very real fury with government and very real concern over the impact of perceived immigration control failures.

    There’s an increasing large gulf between the politically correct ‘cool’ and ‘establishment’ crowd who view any publicly stated concern about border controls as ‘racism’, and those who have to live at the sharp end of it.

    The clear message from this sensational day for any politician or world leader is this: ignore the concerns of the people at your peril.

    Britain’s Prime Minister Cameron assumed, arrogantly and patronisingly, that he would win this referendum by relying on the tried and tested vote-winning issue of the economy.

    But he seriously misjudged the mood of the nation.

    In fact, it was immigration and ‘getting our country back’ which won it for the Brexiters.

    Donald Trump is currently behind Hillary Clinton in most presidency polls, betting odds and Wall Street opinion – but so was the Leave camp for much of the EU campaign.

    What none of the UK pollsters, bookmakers and city experts realised was there was a huge groundswell of anger which was going to tip the balance away from their presumed favourite.
    I don’t endorse Trump for president, not least because of his stance on guns.

    But this bombshell Brexit result should send a shudder down the spine of Hillary Clinton and all U.S. Democrats.

    If it can happen in Britain, it can most definitely happen in America.

    Hint: As you can see from the spelling, the author is a Brit.

    • SHV says:

      The “Creative Class Betters” know best and will say people too stupid to know what they were voting for and vote “Racist” and non-binding and Islamophobic and, and, and…

      “Brexit protests: Hundreds to descend on Parliament to protest Britain’s decision to leave the EU”

      ““This referendum’s campaign descended into an absolute pantomime, and the result is terrifying,” the organisers write on Facebook, encouraging people to arrive at Parliament Square at noon.

      They point out that many people didn’t understand the full implications of the vote and that the campaign wasn’t run to give them all the information that they need.”

      IMO, there is no way the Euro-Oligarchs will let this vote stand.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        Still, it will be rather difficult to stuff the genie back into the bottle.

      • mcnorman says:

        Are these people insane? I’m reading about some of the stupidity that is imposed by the EU.

        Bonfire of the EU laws: From crooked cucumbers to powerful vacuum cleaners, the barmy Brussels regulations we can now get rid of

        Bananas and cucumbers must be free of abnormal curvature? Seriously? Diabetics banned from driving, insane.

        • Jadzia says:

          I won’t bore you all with the details, but suffice it to say that almost unit that I teach on English law (in my classes on employment law, contract law, and intellectual property law) begins like this: “Well, kids, until recently, English law on this subject was [insert rule here]. But pursuant to a recent EU directive…” In the tiny areas of English law that I know something about alone, the EU is sticking its fingers in and telling the English that, for example, it’s the EU that gets to define–I kid you not–the word “night” for the purposes of dictating the rules and pay schedule that applies to people who work the graveyard shift. (Unsurprisingly, “night” is a much more complicated concept than you peasants think it is. Don’t get me started.)

          I just get the sense that this kind of thing is really not what the British people signed up for back in the ’70s when they voted to stay in the EEC. Obviously it was the migrant crisis (and the Greek crisis to an extent) that was the real catalyst, but the EU has been overstepping its bounds for a good long time, and the regulatory situation set the stage for voila this result, IMHO.

          • Jadzia says:

            Almost EVERY unit. It’s 6am and I’m sick. : (

          • 1539days says:

            The government figured out when it got big enough it could control everyone with money. In the US, we drive 55 and wear seat belts because the Feds decided they could refuse highway funds to states who didn’t comply, which would actually lead to more deaths than the regulations they demanded.

            The EU was just for trade long ago. Then they took over every aspect of economics which is essentially every aspect of life.

          • Lulu says:

            It was so incremental at first and most people don’t notice. Then it accelerates and people notice but cannot do much about it because it costs a lot to fight it and the globalists buy the pols. It would have continued for more years but Merkel really messed it up or possibly Soros got impatient and wanted it finished up in his evil lifetime (when is he going to die?) and the current crop of Eurocrats are especially stupid and impotent (Junker is an angry and lazy drunk and hugely incompetent) and just kept writing up green tech and business strangling regulations while ISIS invaded via the Greek Isles. Forty years ago I studied the European Common Market in under grad and grad school which was set up to help Europe recover economically from WWII and it helped them. It morphed slowly into a fascist bureaucratic nightmare over decades. Now it is a hindrance and completely devoid of original mission intent.

          • Jadzia says:

            I am so angry about Junker. What an apt name.

  14. Constance says:

    So it looks like the Dow closed at 17,400. down 3.4% Which is where it was last March. Big deal. I hardly call that economic chaos. It’s not really even a good buy opportunity and will probably run up quickly Monday morning.

  15. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Piers Morgan’s finest moment:

    • CiscoKid says:

      I tried tried to listen, but that bs about the “pain”.
      A thug got what happens when you live and act the the thug life.
      Millions of black men in jail.
      Did he mean the ones that got CAUGHT, arrested, and convicted by a jury or by a judge?

  16. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • CiscoKid says:

      I’ve got hemorrhoids, will Hillary give me free Preparation H ?

    • Lulu says:

      I do not wish to be indelicate, but if women get free menstrual products in fairness and equality men should periodically (pun intended) get free new undies because of skid marks.

  17. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Buffoon Juice:

    David Cameron is a stupid man, and his stupid decision to allow the Brexit referendum is what caused the garbage fire du jour. He also had the decency to campaign against the Brexit and to resign when Brexit won.

    There’s more to it than that. Sure, if he’d managed his own economy better, and if Merkel et al. had managed the EU economy better, Brexit might not won. But there’s not that much more to it than that. He didn’t have to have this referendum. As anyone who’s ever followed California at all can tell you, plebiscites are a bad idea.

    People suck. But they do respond to incentives. Megan McArdle can wax poetic about the dignity of her outlet buddies in Luton all she wants, but they made a bad decision. One that will hurt them a little economically but that doesn’t mean their ass. It does mean David Cameron’s ass, and good for him for surrendering it. But he fucked up, and that’s what this is all about. I realize there’s too many falafel shops in Warwick and blah blah blah.

  18. Jadzia says:

    So I’ve been gone from the US for like 5 years, but Donald Trump has been a public figure since I was a kid. An irritating public figure, but a public figure nonetheless. What I can’t understand is that if he really is–as my FB friends inform me–racist, sexist, and basically America’s answer to Adolf Hitler–why is this something that has never come up before (that I can recall) in his 30 years in public life? What’s up with that???? I always figured he was one of those guys who gave to every candidate, if you know what I mean, and probably didn’t have incredibly strong political views other than things like taxes and issues that affected his business interests.

    • CiscoKid says:

      He’s running against the Democratic Party and the Obama/Clinton agenda/regime as a Republican.
      That’s all it takes.

    • 1539days says:

      When he was a Democrat, the media had no problem with Trump, much like they have no problem with all the thieves, criminals and pedophiles who are still Democrats.

    • Lulu says:

      I think he had strong political views but kept them under his hat because….business. I also think he became more conservative, in a fashion, as he got older as many people do. The issues, policies, etc that Dems are going after him about are not stuff that people care about or HORRORS! agree with him about. The massive butthurt over his blunt or rude language is pure hypocrisy as Obama is/was the nastiest piece of work I have ever seen in public life. Dems couldn’t lap it up fast enough when Obama was dishing it out but now don’t like flung back at their heads. I think this is part of Trump’s appeal since he is saying that which most verbally abused citizens cannot say at least not yet. If Obama had not been such a nasty, hectoring, racist ass Trump would not be talking like he does as he has not been like this in the past. International populism is pure reaction to the last 30 years of globalism.

  19. CiscoKid says:

    Good week for me.
    1st, SCOUS by its deadlock, defeat Obama’s illegal immigration policy.
    2nd, Britain gets rid of that anchor around its neck, the EU.
    Lastly, Obama’s former henchman, Rahm Emanuel beat by a Chicago civic group in his attempt to have the Lucas StarWars museum built along Chicago’s beautiful lake front.
    Besides wanting the State come up with about a billion dollars, he wanted the city to borrow another billion or so.
    Yes, doing business in Chicago is expensive, but what the hell, taxpayers get stuck with tab.
    I’m no architect but it was one ugly, double ugly building.
    Looked like a big pile of white feces.
    California, start opening your piggy banks, Lucas is headed your way.

  20. Dora says:

    This is so pathetic. I don’t know whether to feel sorry for him or to just feel sick.

  21. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Wow, even our local news is getting on the #BrexitBad bandwagon.

    You would think it would be safe to watch local news.

  22. Myiq2xu™ says:

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  24. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Or what? They’ll quit? How did that work out at Breitbart?

      • swanspirit says:

        Maybe they’ll stage a sit in, if they can have it catered.

        • Lulu says:

          No dissenting opinions allowed. It will make their cognitive-dissonance heads hurt. They might also be required to do some research so they don’t sound like morons while sitting on a panel with him. Lazy butts.

    • Jadzia says:

      What am I missing here? Isn’t Donna Brazile (among many other political professionals) also a paid political commentator at CNN? I mean, I get that Lewandowski is not your guy if you’re hiring, say, an investigative reporter, but maybe I’m too much of a dummy to understand why it’s bad to hire a high-level campaign staffer to, uh, comment on politics.

      • DandyTIger says:

        I think mostly because he was the subject of a well choreographed anti-Trump narrative for a month or two. And to hire him kind of deflates the whole game the played.

    • Dora says:

      Give them a week or so. They’ll get over it.

  25. Dora says:

    Meet the (possibly) next Prime Minister. I remember when he got stuck on the wire. It didn’t seem to bother him any and I thought it was hilarious. I didn’t know he was born an American. That’s great! I’m sure he and Trump will get along very well together.

    Who is Boris Johnson? Meet the zip-lining American-born eccentric who is favorite to become Britain’s next Prime Minister

    Boris Johnson is favorite to succeed David Cameron as UK Prime Minister.

    • Jadzia says:

      Who haaaaaates the IRS after he got popped for American capital gains taxes when he sold his house in London. He said he was going to renounce (which if he runs for PM, he really should do), but I don’t think he ended up pulling the trigger.

  26. Dora says:

    “Donald Trump is our living, breathing Brexit with a Queens accent”. I love it!

    What a great article. 🙂


    Carr: Masses rise up across pond – now get ready for Hillexit

  27. Dora says:

    Here is something fun. But be aware – even just watching the video of this bus ride on the Himalayas might bring on a panic attack. 🙂

    Braving the Himalayas

  28. helenk3 says:

    No wonder Britain wanted out.
    they had as many silly rules as the EPA under backtrack. How can this country exit the EPA

  29. votermom says:

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