The racist anti-Obama bumper sticker, is real. And proves White racists Supremacist groups are Conservatives.
An image purporting to show a racist, anti-Obama bumper sticker on the back of a vehicle has been garnering lots of attention on Facebook in the past 24 hours. Of course this does point to white racists vote GOP....
The bumper sticker reads, "Don't Re-Nig in 2012." And in smaller
print below, "Stop repeat offenders. Don't' reelect Obama!" The sticker
also features an image of the Obama campaign logo crossed out.
Several viewers have claimed the image has been digitally altered.
After all, it seems shocking that someone would proudly display an
openly racist image on their vehicle in 2012. So, is the image
In short, yes.
It's still unclear is the image of the vehicle has been altered in any way, but a website called "Stumpy's Stickers" offers the bumper sticker for sale for $3. And as The Root points out, the site also several other racially insensitive items for sale as well. The urban myth debunking site Snopes
says it cannot yet determine the origins of the photo, but also points
out the availability of other similar t-shirts and bumper stickers.
There is even an eponymous "Dontre-nig.com"
website that appears to have crashed. Going to the page brings up a
"Bandwith Limit Exceeded" warning message. I checked the domain
registration service site WHOIS, which listed the site as belonging to an anonymous owner who purchased the URL through the company DomainsByProxy.com, based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Which is known State to have very conservation white heavily armed racists groups in it.This company specializes in keeping the names of Internet domain owners private for obvious reasons.
And as one astute Facebook reader pointed out, the bumper sticker is
not only offensive, it's pretty dumb. After all, if you take the top
message at its literal meaning, to not renege in 2012, would mean to in
fact re-elect President Obama. How many stupid racist people are on the right...?
Here's another version.....
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