'South Park' Writer Beats Rep. Elise Stefanik To Her Own Website

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Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) may have to look for a new domain name come midterms.

A former “South Park” writer’s viral tweet revealed his ownership of a website named after Stefanik, who is expected to run for reelection in the fall.

The website, elisestefanik2022.com, mocks the candidate’s controversial Facebook ads touching on the “great replacement theory.” The conspiracy theory promotes a racist ideology about how white people are being replaced by minorities and immigrants.


The theory was cited by the gunman charged in the mass shooting that left 10 people dead in Buffalo, New York. Most of the victims were Black people and the shooter targeted a grocery store in a predominantly Black neighborhood.

The writer, Toby Morton, appears to have designed the website to mimic an actual campaign site.

Morton’s site, however, is his way of poking fun at Stefanik and her recent controversy.

“I come from Whites. White people, Mmk? Let’s be clear where I come from because sure, Stefanik doesn’t exactly sound white, but I’m totally white. White White White,” described the fake site’s “About” section.

Another section includes the fake news headline “Stefanik Shares Blame For Shooting Spree.”

“Our little racist is all grown up now,” Morton wrote. “Because of hateful rhetoric spewed from Elise Stefanik, a white supremacist went on a killing spree in Buffalo.”

Stefanik’s team issued a statement Monday responding to accusations that her rhetoric inspired the shooter, saying the lawmaker “never advocated for any racist position or made any racist statement.”
But the next sentence of the statement echoes “great replacement” talking points about “amnesty for illegal immigrants.”

A different headline on Morton’s site reads “Elise Stefanik: ‘Democrats Are Pedophiles,’” a reference to a recent tweet she made on the national baby formula shortage.

Morton may be behind more fake websites poking fun at Republican Party figures, as well.

One page on Stefanik’s site points visitors to sites criticizing Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.).

Stefanik’s office did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s request for comment on the fake site.

A number of Twitter users praised Morton for his website Tuesday.



The comedian revealed he direct-messaged the viral tweet to Stefanik on Tuesday night.

“You think the numbers from this tweet are impressive, just wait until I release the website traffic information from the first 24 hours,” Morton wrote.

“More content on the way...”


 

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They're really doubling down! That demographic replacement supposedly isn't happening and is a 'racist conspiracy theory' is pretty much the most in-your-face bare lie ever told.

"That 'Big Lie' just got a little Bigger!"

These people are absolute monsters. You cannot vote monsters out. You cannot protest monsters. For eternity, our peoples have told stories about what must be done to monsters.
 

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He must have been one of the writers who took over in the early 2010s when it lost its edge.
They can’t be funny now. Stone is a Jew married to a black, and Parker is married to a mulatto whore. He’s such a cuck he’s raised her black alien looking kid from some other guy, and they have one kid together and he’s allowing the mother to raise her like a whore. But really, what else could she be? Genetics, man. But what kind of humor could come from people living those lifestyles?
 

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”Targeted a predominantly black neighborhood in Buffalo”. There never were any predominantly black neighborhoods in Buffalo until the blacks replaced whites in those neighborhoods, but the replacement theory is a conspiracy theory.

https://www.buffalo.org/history

So, niggers didn’t move to Buffalo en masse until 1940’s.

Buffalo experienced a population boom in the 1940s and 50s, with the census reporting its largest population to date at 580,132 in 1950. A significant portion of this growth consisted of African Americans who migrated to northern cities from the rural south. This movement brought new opportunities to this populace, enabling them to obtain jobs in northern cities and experience some degree of class mobility in ways they previously could not. However, these opportunities were limited by a substantial amount of racial, economic and political discrimination. This was a time of ‘white flight’ from the city, when those who could afford to commute to the suburbs lived in single-family homes, leaving the inner city to systematically disadvantaged populations such as African Americans and immigrants. Buffalo experienced these new settlement patterns alongside many other cities, which similarly destroyed the once dense urban fabric of downtowns in favor of suburban growth. During the 1950s and 1960s, the installment of the Scajaquada Expressway (NY 198), the destruction of historic buildings for parking lots downtown, and the systematic redlining of black neighborhoods served as urban manifestations of the social consciousness prevalent in many cities at this time.

leaving the inner city to systematically disadvantaged populations such as African Americans and immigrants


- But at the time immigrants were white. So by using logic and deduction by the process of elimination, the people causing the systemic disadvantage were native indians.
What in the fuck does ‘systematically disadvantaged’ even mean. When we immigrated, we lived in a ’systematically disadvantaged’ area until parents started making enough money to move to a better area, that is the story of every working class immigrant that came to America to work.
And just like Europeans came to America for a better life, the niggers could have went back to Africa to get away from all the bullshit ‘systemic’ opressions.
 
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What a pitiful waste of time. Who cares about some random rep from New York?
 

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“I come from Whites. White people, Mmk? Let’s be clear where I come from because sure, Stefanik doesn’t exactly sound white, but I’m totally white. White white white."

This sounds like every Black author ever.
 

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yeah, that nigga looks totally gay: https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/1168582727781769216/Jvi3o4Fp_400x400.jpg
but seen something even gayer clicking his profile, his vaxxed cattle certificate

Imagine being comfortable looking like this online ever, even as a comedian.

The most pathetic picture I could possibly take of myself pales in comparison to this. It’s not even funny because it’s so pathetic that you realize that no healthy person could possibly look this weird and gay.

Like there’sa thing called irony. I get that. But, occasionally, someone does irony and it reveals that they could possibly look that bad, which makes it embarrassing instead of simply ironic.
 

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South Park has been stupid, cringe, and gay for like ten years now. Does anyone except cringe, wanna-be buddhist libertarians watch that shitty show anymore?
Early 2000’s it was okay. Like 2001, 2002. Then I remember they released a movie and it was terrible. I honestly don’t know anyone who watches it anymore.
 

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Remember when conspiracy theories used to be the Ilumanti and secret government alien sites and not statistically verifiable facts
 
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