By popular demand, AATTP would like to proudly present another collection of the most insanely racist Teabagger signs we could find, collected from the depths of the Internet by yours truly. You may have seen some of these signs before, while others might be new, but all of them are abjectly nuts and absolutely racist.
So without delay, let’s dive in the craziness!
Because we’d rather have Voodoo Economics instead!
And here I thought the Tea Party would know all there is to know about sheet fabrics. Way to go, guys, you disappointed me again.
Because standing outside on the corner with a sign that says, “I failed fourth grade history” is too obvious.
Hawaii’s part of Kenya, right?
You know he’s supposed to be a Nazi because he’s waving at you; only fascists wave at people.
Translation: I have no idea what socialism is, but it’s scary because Fox News said so.
And here we have another successful graduate from the Accelerated Christian Education curriculum.
Look, a homemade mudflap.
But… blood is haram…
I’m sure there’s a perfectly non-racist reason he’s holding up a sign that implies they need to lynch a Black man
Yeah, that’s Bush Jr.’s job!
The subtly in that pun is like a half-brick in a sock; it’s clever enough to fool you into thinking the maker could pass a Turing test, but not much else.
At least they’ve given up using “alien.” Baby steps.
It says he’s smart enough to know that you can’t compare religions with nationalities.
So Hawaii is in Kenya. Tea Bagger geography is a lot like God – it works in mysterious ways.
And as they made this sign, the designers were singing their favorite Matchbox 20 song: “I wish the real world would just stop hassling me…”
If you removed the Ku Klux Klan at the bottom, could you really distinguish between this sign and any other sign on the list?
In other news: Arizona now requires immigrates from the nation of Kenya-Hawaii to have their papers in order.
The take away message is that they don’t support capitalization, either.
This sign proudly sponsored by the American Taliban.
And for making it this far, a bonus one!
My suggestion? If you don’t want to be called a racist, don’t say racist stuff.
So there you have it: 20 more racist Tea Party signs, just as a reminder that while not all racists are Tea Baggers, most, if not all, Tea Baggers are racist.