The Case for Dueling – Scalawag Stephen

Stephen Colbert, unfortunately, a native of South Carolina said the following a few days ago to President Donald Trump: “Sir, you attract more skinheads than free Rogaine. You have more people marching against you than cancer. You talk like a sign language gorilla that got hit in the head. In fact, the only thing your mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin’s cock holster.”

In a just world, Eric or Donald Trump, Jr. would challenge this degenerate traitor to a duel. Their father’s honor has been impugned by this decadent miscreant.

You can watch the full video of this little man’s toxic nastiness here:

Now, I’ve cooled greatly on Trump since he became a neocon seemingly overnight – but, this vulgarity from Cucky Colbert is so beyond the pale that any man of good will would rejoice at seeing him sweat before drawing pistols. It’s easy to speak ill of man and not face any consequences, it’s something else when the man you dishonored is quicker with a single-shot flintlock – just ask Alexander Hamilton.

Scalawag Stephen would do well to learn his South Carolina history – specifically, on Congressmen Preston Brooks. The Eternal Yankee, one Senator Charles Sumner of Massachusetts, decided most foolishly to libel Congressmen Brooks’ cousin in May of 1856. Sumner, an abolitionist and all-around nuisance, said the following gutter trash regarding Senator Andrew Butler (Brooks’ second cousin and a senator of South Carolina):

“The senator from South Carolina has read many books of chivalry, and believes himself a chivalrous knight with sentiments of honor and courage. Of course he has chosen a mistress to whom he has made his vows, and who, though ugly to others, is always lovely to him; though polluted in the sight of the world, is chaste in his sight — I mean the harlot, slavery. For her his tongue is always profuse in words. Let her be impeached in character, or any proposition made to shut her out from the extension of her wantonness, and no extravagance of manner or hardihood of assertion is then too great for this senator.”

Sumner’s sickening smugness turns the stomach to read. It also drew the wrathful ire of Preston Brooks. When the Congressmen found out about the speech, he approached Sumner and nearly beat him to death with a cane. In fact, Brooks stopped the assault when the cane eventually broke on Sumner’s skull.

Just Deserts: Sumner suffered head trauma that would cause him chronic pain and symptoms consistent with what would now be called traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder, and spent three years convalescing before returning to his Senate seat. He suffered chronic pain and debilitation for the rest of his miserable Yankee life.

Now, looking at Colbert’s conceited and self-congratulatory mug for saying “cock holster” on national television, I can only hope that dueling comes back in style.

I’d be honored to be Eric or Don, Jr.’s second any day.

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5 thoughts on “The Case for Dueling – Scalawag Stephen

  1. Just because you are a ‘native’ to a place, what, in this day and age of mental subversion, does not mean as much as it once did.

    We live in scalawag manufacturing times, and I ain’t just speaking of in this country, but, everywhere.

    And, believe you me, I know all about this kind of person, such as is Colbert, because my childhood hometown is Raleigh, North Carolina – home of the Southern White Scalawag!

    As far as I’m concerned, Colbert is a New England Yankee. I’ve never seen anything Southern about him.

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  2. One more thing – when I see this kind of person, i direct my ire NOT at him, but, at the system that created him.

    It’s that which is what we’ve got to shoot down.

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