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cuckservative

offensive slang In the alt-right community, a pejorative term for mainstream conservative (typically Republican) politicians who are deemed ineffectual and insufficiently supportive of certain values or positions. The phrase combines the word "cuck" (a shortening of the word "cuckold"—a man whose wife has been unfaithful) with "conservative." Primarily heard in US. We need to vote these cuckservatives out of office!
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JULY 2015: Online trolls attack Jeb Bush, John McCain, and Marco Rubio as "cuckservatives" during the GOP primary.
"I want to congratulate [the] guy who keeps calling me a 'cuckservative'--you win, dude," Blehar tweeted sarcastically.
A user named "dindu refugee" called Erickson "a cuckservative if I've ever seen one." Paul Kersey, creator of the racist blog Stuff That Black People Don't Like, taunted Erickson about previously living in Macon, Georgia: "Now it's a black hellhole which you won't dare mention.
National Review's David French complained of being brutally trolled with "cuckservative" taunts for having adopted a child from Ethiopia.
The vast majority of the book makes arguments against open immigration and goes into detail on the errors of the pro-immigration arguments espoused by the cuckservatives in the conservative movement.
Cuckservative: How "Conservatives" Betrayed America, by John Red Eagle and Vox Day, Kouvola, Finland: Castalia House, 2015, 190 pages, eBook.
In July of 2015, the anti-conservative establishment slur "cuckservative" went viral in a big way.
Cuckservative: How "Conservatives" Betrayed America is an eBook that tries to explain the underlying arguments behind the term and its implication for the future of politics.
You can't discuss the term "cuckservative" without discussing the online community where it originated.
"Cuckservative" was one of those words they created, and while many of the users of the term do engage in using obscenities in their writings or podcasts, the term itself is not profane.
The word "cuckservative" is one of many terms that's gained traction since President Donald Trump's campaign run and inauguration.
The word cuckservative is not particularly new - it's a favorite term of the far-right, and it's been around for the past two years.
"Cuckservative" evolved from "cuck." And "cuck" came from the word "cuckold."
Enter the word "cuckservative," which first appeared on Urban Dictionary in 2015.
Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) has been called a (https://twitter.com/Cernovich/status/792128286667046912) cuckservative .