Leftists Ruin Everything

On Saturday a high school girl from Salt Lake City posted pictures on Twitter of herself, her date and her friends all dressed up for their school prom. The girl was rocking a cheongsam dress that she found somewhere.

Leftists lost their shit.

“Cultural appropriation” is just another form of racial segregation. Imagine if white people objected to colored people people of color appropriating “white culture.”

“They’re speaking English! They are stealing our culture!”

How about this instead?:

“Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.”

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122 Responses to Leftists Ruin Everything

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Cisco says:

      Three things.
      *F’ck the trolls.🖕
      *And the girls wearing those p’ssy dresses to the prom was so chic and acceptable.
      *If one participates in the killing of the unborn, you don’t have a heat nor soul.

      • DeniseVB says:

        PP makes money off abortions. They don’t need federal funding, especially that they have a political PAC to launder that money back to Dems. Our tax money needs to fund free health clinics in impoverished neighborhoods. They cover pre-natal care too. Viva La’ Difference !

  2. 1539days says:

    A lot of people on twitter seem to have time to feed trolls.

  3. votermom says:

    You don’t own “your” culture.
    It shapes you, and sometimes you shape it.
    But you don’t get exclusive rights to it.

  4. elliesmom says:

    I wore a dress like that to our college graduation dance in 1973. It was a very popular style back then. A very retro choice for her.

    • DeniseVB says:

      In 1998, my dd wore that dress like that to her prom! Even piled her hair on her head and put knitting needles crossed through the top knot. She definitely wasn’t the Disney Princess type, even found a yellow cab in the area to take them to the prom venue. (She was celebrating getting into an NYC college AND boycotting the shallow limo types). Muh, girl.

      • elliesmom says:

        I was more interested in our coming wedding than the rituals that went along with graduation. Elliesdad insisted we go to the dance. His mom suggested I choose a dress I could wear on our honeymoon. I sewed most of my own clothes back then, too, and I made this Asian dress in a bright Polynesian print slit way up one side. Elliesdad had asked me to grow my hair long for our wedding so I had quite a mane. My hair was swept up with big tropical flowers pinned in it, and I had barefoot sandals. It was an unusual look for me, but I had a lot of fun in the dress.

  5. jenlyntx says:

    send blacks back to their culture. Africa is a large continent let them own it and every single aspect of their culture–slavery, tribalism, female genital mutilation, government fraud that makes most governments look good, massive sexual slavery, no public medicine, school, assistance, poverty, etc., etc. send india’s indians back to their culture. India is based on slavery/caste system, active slavery, abject governmental fraud, massive sexual slavery, zero public assistance, etc., etc. SEND THEM BACK NOW

    • Cisco says:


      • jenlyntx says:

        and the F..king UN wants to sanction the USA because of racism and not one word on either of these countries or MUSLIM shithole countries raping young boys and enslaving them and women, etc., etc. The entire world is becoming a shithole and we have Donald Trump and us against the world.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I saw a blurb the other day that Putin won’t let Muslims in his country unless they’re willing to assimilate to the Russian culture, otherwise go to a country that puts up with your crap (ok, paraphrased). I see no problem with that. When I saw those photos of the migrants reaching our border waving foreign flags my first thought, hey pal, it might help if you were waving an American flag? For starters.

  6. Cisco says:

    Tell me her bs lies about President Trump isn’t for her own enrichment.
    People waiting 10 hours to buy Stormy merchandise.

  7. Dora says:

  8. helenk3 says:


    • elliesmom says:

      There were 5 openly transgender women officially running in the Boston Marathon, and I can’t find their finish times, which says they sucked.

    • jenlyntx says:

      BABOOM and there it is. EVERY SINGLE FUCKING cross dressing gay man is making fun of women we don’t dress or act like that. Now they run our races, use our toilets, and treat us like shit in the name of civil rights FUCK THIS SHIT. Sorry for my language but how stupid can women be well really really stupid. If men got pissed off about alleged mistreatment would they dress up as big dicks and march holding hands 😦

  9. Lulu says:

    It appears the carnival of migrants are being held in line at Chula Vista. If they don’t have passports, visas to enter the US, etc, they are being interviewed by ONE Border Patrol (or INS) person one by one. The rest have to stay in line on the Mexico side. I would think they could do 1.37 per day making the average wait time 3 or 4 years. It takes one person a long time to interview. fingerprint, run back ground checks, etc. Not to mention get passed on to a rocket-docket administrative judge to deny refugee status on the same day (maybe) and be walked back out to Mexico.

    While slightly exaggerating this it put the onus on the migrants instead of the BP. They don’t get fed, watered, entertained, housed, provided with bathrooms, diapers, etc. Since Mexico is so hot to trot them over the border let them take care of them. Next will be a “humanitarian crisis” line problem but it will be in Mexico and their problem. I think the Carnival of Migrants was trying to beat the weather (heat) and that is going to kick in real soon.

    • Cisco says:

      Just like the obstructionist Dem’s during confirmation hearings, 30 hours at least.
      Make them wait and wait and wait.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Mild correction. Isn’t that San Ysidro – a southern suburb of Chula Vista maybe – where they’re being screened? IOW normal procedure?

    • DeniseVB says:

      We lived in Coronado for 3 years in the 70’s. They were just walking up the Silver Strand from Mexico to rob us. We left in ’77, Dear Lawd, doesn’t seem to be getting better?

      • Island Girl says:

        Born and lived in Southern California 33 years, sat at that shithole Tijuana border for 2 hours after party time and eating lobster and drinking drinks first official fight with the soon to be hubby some 28 years ago, good times!!!!

  10. Dora says:

  11. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • 1539days says:

      Remington may have the same policy and they’re in New York.

    • SHV says:

      Good ammo….I have a few cases of “Critical Defense” in various pistol and rifle calibers and happy how it shoots.

      • Cisco says:

        That’s what’s in my Sig.
        Groups the best out of a variety of ammo before I decided to use it.
        All guns shot differently, it’s just what works best in mine.

  12. Dora says:

    Oh Boy!


    VP Pence Physcian Behind Ronny Jackson Attacks
    ‘This is like something out of the show Madame Secretary…’

  13. Myiq2xu™ says:

  14. helenk3 says:

    since the caravan has arrived at the border, I have been hearing some in congress spouting off about sanctuary and how the states and cities of this country should give illegals this right. There are immigration LAWS. Apparently the word LAW is beyond their understanding. So please explain to me why if I want money, I can not go to a bank and demand they give it to me, even if I have no money there. Why if I see something in a store I like the store has to give to me when I can not pay for it. If I do not like you and I shoot you it is not ok. I am only breaking LAWS and they mean nothing now. Didn’t they take an oath to uphold the LAWS of this country? Guess that does not mean anything either

  15. Cisco says:

    Laws? Mox nix.
    Votes? Ja!

  16. Cisco says:

    Adios M-Effers!
    See, you’re not dealing with Ozero, Kerry or Hillary.

    • helenk3 says:

      that generation went through the 20s with bootlegging and crime problems,30s with the depression and trying to just have enough to live on,, then the 40s with a war and a housing shortage, job shortage when they came home.
      Well guess what snowflakes they handled it. The better lives for themselves and their familes and they still loved this country.
      today’s snowflakes could not touch their toenails

  17. helenk3 says:


    he is not running again and won’t resign. So there is an empty chair in his place. How is that helping the people of his state?

    • Somebody says:

      To be honest Helen, at this point I hope he hangs on throughout May. The laws are such in AZ if he dies or resigns before May 30th or 31st then there must be a special election to replace him.

      If he passes away or resigns June 1st or later the Governor appoints someone in the same political party to finish out the term through 2022.

      A special election isn’t the end of the world, but they can be unpredictable. At least in this case the November elections fit within the guidelines, but it would mean 2 senate races in AZ at the same time. Either way the seat is going to be empty for quite a stretch.

  18. John Denney says:

    You call it “cultural appropriation”, I call it being eclectic.

    Americans are nothing if not eclectic.

    Be an American.

  19. Cisco says:

    Thank you Mr. Woods and CTH for posting.

  20. Myiq2xu™ says:

  21. Miranda says:

    Malls sell dresses like that to JUST ANYONE. He should protest.

  22. Dora says:

    It surely has taken years for the government to become so corrupt, but many of us just weren’t paying attention.


    An Imminent Counterattack Begins the Fight of Our Lives

    Unparalleled government abuses of power are about to become public. The question is what we, the people, will do in response to this overt attempt by deep state players to strip us of our freedom.


  23. Dora says:

    This is no surprise at all. They use the same tactics.


    Radical left-wing group Antifa has its roots in Nazi Germany

  24. Dora says:

    • votermom says:

      she’s married but they never had kids (not out of choice)
      I’d like to think that a parent would have a different perspective

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        As someone who could not have children, I find this cold sterile view of small child’s life and the dismissal of his parents rights frighting. It is not just a lack of empathy – it is a total disconnect. Her attitude, in this day and age, is bordering on inhuman and is very in tune with Barry.

    • swanspirit says:

      That’s so chilling. And appalling. How do these soulless heartless people come to power?

  25. Dora says:

  26. helenk3 says:


    this is worth reading. It gives a different perspective on gen z

    • Anthony says:

      Excellent read, Helen. Thanks!

    • John Denney says:

      Money quote:
      “What is apparent, however, is a renewed interest in basic reason and a more balanced approach to politics and social life. . . . none of this would be possible without the wise voices of older generations that have been focused on educating the young and ensuring the continuation of reason in our world.”

      I wonder how many kids read TCH?

  27. Dora says:

    George W. Bush considered using false flag to justify invasion of Iraq

    The next time someone heaps scorn on you, making fun of your suspicions about the U.S. or nay government by calling you a “conspiracy theorist,” do the following:

    Remind them that the CIA invented the label “conspiracy theorist” to attack and discredit those who question the official narrative of the Kennedy assassination.

    Show them this post.


  28. votermom says:



  29. taw46 says:

  30. helenk3 says:


    WTH a NY judge says CIA can leak to certain reporters and not others and withhold info from public

  31. Dora says:

  32. Dora says:

    I wish I was a regular customer at Starbucks so that I could boycott it. The problem is that I never go there. I don’t like their coffee!

  33. taw46 says:

    On the Iran deal lies……

  34. taw46 says:

    • elliesmom says:

      Good for him!

      • votermom says:

        Speaking of prom dresses, I have a sewing question. First of all I do not know how to use a sewing machine, so all my sewing is by hand.

        KTY found a lovely dress marked down for a great price. The only thing is it is way too long, billowing chiffon (I think) skirt. I will have to cut and hem.

        I’ve been googling and so far my plan is to use Fray Block to trace where to cut, cut along that when it dries, then do a rolled hem by hand.

        I think it will probably take me forever but the prom isn’t until June.

        What do you think – will my plan work?

        • Lulu says:

          Pin the hem with KTY wearing the shoes she is going to wear with the dress. It can make a big difference. Pin a line where you want the hem to be. Then add your turned hem measurement to the pinned hem and cut. A rolled hem by hand is perfect for chiffon if you don’t know how to use a machine well as it is crawly and slippery stuff.
          Good luck. And get a smaller diameter and longish needle so you can run it through several stiches at once.

        • Somebody says:

          Can you take it to a seamstress to be hemmed? I don’t see much, except by hand myself. I can hem pants just fine, but a dress especially a full dress is quite difficult. I once attempted to cut and hem a dress like that and it ended up shorter in the front and back than on the sides 🤔 Thing is I measured and re-measured and I still messed it up.

          I can’t imagine it would be too costly, especially if you aren’t in a rush. Maybe have KTY clean out her closet and drawers and put some things on consignment to cover the cost??

          • Somebody says:

            Sew…..I don’t sew much…..and apparently I don’t see too damn well either….see by hand, hmmm that could be fun and interesting!

          • Lulu says:

            The shorter in front or back thing is always why I suggest wearing the shoes or type of shoes that will be worn with the garment. Shoes change posture thus changing hem even for pants. I’ve done this myself and sewn most of my life so don’t feel bad. If I do a hem for myself as an alteration I pin a line from the existing hem with a sewing ruler so it stays the same hem just shorter. If it’s a new garment I have made I stand in front of a mirror and do several “practice runs”. It is suprising hard to do especially with no help!

          • votermom says:

            I think KTY actually wants it shorter in front anyway LOL
            But I’ll definitely have her in shoes when I measure.
            There is actually my neighbor’s mom who might be able to do it if I ask, but I’m not sure.

        • elliesmom says:

          This how you sew the hem in chiffon by hand. Once you get going, it goes quickly. I like to use silk thread because it’s very fine, but you don’t need it.

          • votermom says:

            thank you! I was wondering about thread. Perfect.

          • elliesmom says:

            If you’re a person who only sews occasionally, you can pick up a Brother sewing machine for less than $100. On a sale sometimes $59 or so. There are you tube videos to show you how do anything related to using a machine. While I would do a chiffon hem by hand myself, I’d do the lining on the machine in a heartbeat. Hemming a pair of pants by machine is a 10 minute job once you make friends with your machine. Even a $59 machine will sew on buttons if they’re flat. If I stopped sewing clothes ‘from scratch”, I’d still keep a machine around for mending. The girls might like having one around, too. 🙂

  35. votermom says:

  36. Dora says:

    European Union making good on its threat to cut off funding for member countries that refuse EU-mandated quotas for Muslim invaders posing as asylum seekers

    Brussels is set to divert tens of billions of euros in EU cash away from patriotic Eastern and Central European states under budget reform plans that would link funding to the bloc’s ‘values’ which include mass Muslim migration.


    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Dear questioning members, you must commit suicide using the mandated EU approach. And dear troublesome countries, you must pay the EU for the cost of not just your own demise but also make sure you provide funds for the EU officials luxurious private lives so they can bear witness that you implemented the prescribed methods for self–immolation properly.

  37. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Somebody says:

      That is some messed up thinking right there.

      Scott Adams is right, it’s like we’re watching two different movies. I just don’t understand how anyone could possibly think the media won’t stand up to DJT or that they cover for him.

      If improving the economy, lowering taxes, leveling the trade playing field and denuclearizing NK is rape…….I don’t know what to say. I felt like Obama fucked us any chance he got, but perhaps there were two movies then too???

    • mcnorman says:

      How old are these immatuire idiots? Rape is a horrific and violent act. These stupids are beyond stupid. They insult anyone who has lived through such an incident.

    • 49erDweet says:

      It’s like hiking thru the woods toward the sea and suddenly coming to the crest…………and seeing more mountain ranges ahead. And a desert. For proggies it’s mind-blowing.

    • jenlyntx says:

      This woman is so ill I do not have the time to detail the many many levels of illness she suffers from on a variety of levels. And stupidity is one of them 🙂

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