Maine Governor Calls Out Black Drug-Dealers for Impregnating “Young White Girls”

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 8, 2016

Maine Governor Paul LePage explains that we need to take the level of Blackness and kick it down a notch.
Maine Governor Paul LePage explains that we need to take the level of Blackness and kick it down a notch.

This is more of the Trump Effect right here.

All racists are emboldened. And all White people are racists.


Speaking about the state’s heroin epidemic, Maine’s governor said out-of-state drug dealers are impregnating “young white” girls. His remarks were quickly criticized as racist, but it’s not the first time the governor has courted controversy.

These are guys with the name D-Money, Smoothie, Shifty – these types of guys,” said Republican Governor Paul LePage at a town hall, according to the Portland Press Herald which captured the comment on video. “They come from Connecticut and New York, they come up here to sell their heroin, they go back home.”

“Incidentally,” he added, “half the time they impregnate a young, white girl before they leave, which is a real sad thing, because we have another issue we have to deal with down the road.

“Another issue … down the road” means “this Black child is going to grow up and disrupt our community.” It’s pure racism.


Hail LePage!

LePage, a white man, made the remarks when discussing the state’s heroin epidemic on Wednesday as being driven by outsiders, although he did not describe the race of the dealers. A spokesman said Thursday he was not making a comment about race, but reaction has been swift.

Perhaps smarting from the troubleshooting the Republican Party is having to do over what many see as insulting remarks coming from presidential frontrunner Donald Trump, moderate Republican and local LePage critic Lance Dutson pointed to the comments and said the governor was playing into people’s racial fears.

Dutson was incensed as he often invites these narcotics salesmen over to his home in the evenings to meet his wife.

Lance "Excuse Me Tyrone, Can I Introduce You to My Wife?" Duston
Lance “Excuse Me Tyrone, Can I Introduce You to My Wife?” Dutson looks a lot like Jeb Bush, huh?

If you want, you can tweet Dutson at @ldutson.

“This is one of the most blatantly racist statements he’s ever made,” said Dutson, a Republican operative in Maine, according to the Associated Press. “One of the things that’s offensive about it is that it’s reminiscent of this fearmongering in American history that people would like to think is long gone.


In this age, instead of enslaving Blacks, or arresting them for drug-dealing, we invite them to meet our wives in the evenings.

The age of anti-racism. The age of pure cuckoldry.

But there’s a storm brewing, cucks.

A White Storm.

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It isn’t just GOP Negrophiles that were angry. The Blacks themselves whined.

The president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)’s Bangor chapter, Michael Alpert, said the governor’s comments were “sad” and “foolish.”

So now the GOP cucks have literally allied with the NAACP against Whitey.

I stand with LePage.