Trump Supporters Worship Frog Hate God ‘Kek’ Claims Latest Media Hoax

Media keeps reporting Trump rascism hoaxes without fact checking, such as Trump supporters worship an anti-Semitic hate-god symbolized by a cartoon frog meme.


Over the last few days the liberal media has been outed for reporting numerous hoaxes and then refusing to redact them.

Two of these stories are covered below with the first being an investigative journalist reporting a fake hoax story to a liberal journalist to see if it would be fact checked or vetted in any way – which it wasn’t – and if it would be redacted when it was revealed the story was fake – which it wasn’t.

In the second story, the 4Chan and Reddit users were able to troll the media into laughably believing they worship a racist fascist cartoon as their God which has been reported without any kind of vetting or fact checking even by Hillary Clinton’s own campaign website.

For example, the has reported how a liberal journalist was tricked into reporting a hoax crime and then refusing to redact it after the Journalist was informed the story was not true.

The story begins with a tweet from Mic staff writer Sarah Harvard, requesting stories of Trump-inspired attacks on non-whites, Muslims or LGBTQ people. “If you’re a person of color, Muslim, and/or LGBTQ, and have been attacked by a Trump supporter. DM/email me,” she wrote, providing her email for people to contact her. Harvard promised a “Safe space” for any alleged victims.


Christiansen and a friend cooked up a fictitious story of a white male who threatened a Native American women because he thought she was Mexican and later justified his rudeness by saying “white is right.”




At no point did Harvard — who is on record calling Trump supporters the “American Taliban” — express any doubt that a random stranger on the Internet might not be telling her the truth.


The next day, “Nelson” reached out to Harvard to express doubt that the “rude white male” was actually a Trump supporter, writing, “I was talking to a friend about this incident and she brought up a good point. I don’t have any way to confirm that the guy in my story was a Trump supporter. I assumed he was because he was a rude white male, but there is no way to know who he really voted for.”Harvard nevertheless let the tweet — which fit her pre-conceived narrative — stand without any caveat.


In fact, when a reader challenged the fantastical story’s veracity, Harvard responded by mocking the person’s “logic.”

Regardless of being outed as hoax this story is still up and there have been no redaction’s issues. Christiansen reports on the entire incident beginning around 6:30 in the video below.

In the second example, the Frog Meme that has been famously used in Trump meme’s has been morphed into a satirical religion known as the “Church of Kek” by users on 4CHAN and Reddit for the sole purpose of trolling liberals.

The key word here is satire on perhaps more telling is the word Kek which is an online gaming substitution for LOL which originated games such the World of Warcrafts communities.

Simple google searches quickly reveal the KEK, Pepe and the whole religion is satire.

But that hasn’t stopped the liberal media from taking the bait hook, line and sinker and reporting that Trump Supporters worship a racist fascist online frog as part of their Nazi beliefs.

Before we go onto the liberal media reports, background from Know Your Meme:


The Cult of Kek, also known as the Church of Kek, is a satirical religion based around the worship of the ancient Egyptian deity Kek[4] (also spelled Kuk or Keku), an androgynous God of darkness and chaos who is often depicted as a frog or frog-headed man in male form or a snake-headed woman in female form. On 4chan, the character Pepe the Frog is often considered a modern avatar of the diety, who uses ancient Egyptian meme magic to influence the world, often by fulfilling the wishes of posts that end in repeating numbers. Additionally, the deity is often associated with the popular 4chan slang term “Kek”, and is often embraced by supporters of 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Practitioners are known to frequently write “praise Kek,” and jokingly refer to the church as a “religion of peace.”


On November 27th, 2015, a 4chan user submitted a post about the Egyptian deity to the /his/ (History) board on 4chan, featuring a depiction of the god as a frog-headed man (shown below).[10]



On March 11th, 2016, Redditor river_of_karma submitted an image macro associating Pepe the Frog, Donald Trump and “memetic magic” with the ancient Egyptian deity to /r/pepethefrog[2] (shown below).



On September 14th, Redditor alexmikli submitted a post titled “TIL of the Gyptian god Kek, a god of chaos and nighttime who was represented by a frog” to the /r/TIL[3] subreddit, where it gathered upwards of 1,200 votes (93% upvoted) and 100 comments within 48 hours. The following day, a parody of the Clinton campaign blog post referring to Pepe the Frog as a “symbol associated with white nationalism” was created, which discussed the Kek deity and its relationship with “meme magic” (shown below). Also on September 15th, The Cult of KEK Facebook[6] page was launched.


Various Examples



Read Full Article…

A good example of how this satirical religion is being used to troll liberals this post on Reddit: in which the poster writes””I have sacrificed my first born over 9,000 times so far and I’m not stopping.”

I worship KEK all the time. I have sacrificed my first born over 9,000 times so far and I’m not stopping. All hail KEK the night time is the right time, the night time is the right time. Oh glorious KEK, I pray that you continue to provide us with the spiciest of memes, the deaths of more communist dictators, the imprisonment of crooked Hillary, the allahu of snack bar, the tendies hitting the floor, the butt plugging of George Soros and most of all the concentrated shitposting by the greatest autists on earth. May the glory of KEK shine through glorious leader Trump. May his tweets trigger every snowflake on earth. All hail KEK.

Another thread on Reddit titled “Today, Kek walks amongst us all” is full of more satirical trolling comments:

Our frog who art in meme-ven
Hollowed be thy green

By kingdom come Keks will be done on earth as it is in meme-ven

Give us this day our spicy meme and forgive us our dankness as we forgive those who were undank before us

And lead us not into false narratives

But deliver us from normies

For thine is the kingdom the power

And the glory forever and ever



LET US TAKE A MOMENT TO SAY A PRAYER #Our Kek in heaven, hallowed be your name. Your kekdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil Hillary.

Trump will win. It has been foretold in the ancient scrolls.

The Lord of Kek, redeemer of the cuck, arbiter of justice and bearer of unimaginable energy. And ye, he came and walked amongst the people pronouncing thusly: Be thou tendie-craved or becuckled thou shalt have a place at mine table. Et ne nos inducas in tentationem, Pepe sed libera nos a cuckedness. En Nomen Pepe, Amen.


The Kek that can be KEK’d is not the eternal Kek. The meme that can be meme’d is not the eternal meme.
The unmemeable is the eternally real.
Memeing is the origin of all particular things.
Praise Kek!


As a Hindu I accept kek as one of our gods


This Pepe crap is a fantastic way to identify which journalists are complete failures. Anybody reporting on this immediately discredits themselves. Anybody who has ever covered the Pepe story (like Maddow) I have completely cut out of my news consumption. I think this is a good strategy which everybody should use.

Regardless, leftist journalists bloggers are continuing to report Trump supporters worship this cartoon frog as their God.

Byline reports:


Activists from the’Alt-Right’ played a key role in the US presidential election. In their online rantings, they frequently claim to worship a mythical creature called ‘Kek’. But, who is he, and what does he really stand for?

After Donald Trump’s stunning presidential election victory, much attention has been devoted to the ‘Alt-Right’. This vast, leaderless digital activist movement positions itself on the American right; But it rejects basic tenets of constitutional conservatism, such as limited government, fiscal prudence and inalienable individual rights in favour of white supremacist identity politics. The Alt-Right has become such a nexus of controversy even Donald Trump has had to disavow of their support.


Not so easy to understand, for many commentators, has been the Alt-Right’s obsession with a mythical ancient Egyptian deity called Kek; Despite the barn-storming popularity he has enjoyed among Alt-Right fanatics. On Reddit’s, The_Donald sub-forum, the possibly largest Alt-Right influenced space on the internet, Kek has been mentioned over 4000 times. Compare that to just 1098 mentions of Jesus, 728 mentions of the Bible, to a mere 277 references to Jefferson and only 389 mentions of George Washington.  Clearly the Alt-Right care far more about the little-known Middle Eastern deity Kek than about traditional figureheads of American conservatism, such the Founding Fathers, or in the case of the religious Right, Jesus Christ.

In fact, one of the most popular posts on The_Donald subreddit even depicts Kek as Jesus personified, and Alt-Righters frequently address him in worshipful language.

Where Kek has been mentioned in news coverage of the Alt-Right, journalists usually don’t explain why exactly the racist Alt-Righters have turned him into to their idol. And even if they try, they don’t usually get beyond noting that Kek is the “ancient, androgynous Egyptian deity Kek: god of chaos, darkness…”. They also note Kek was sometimes represented as  frog-like in Ancient Egypt, which may link in with the Alt-Right’s ugly Pepe obsession.


But why would Alt-Righters, who loathe Middle-Eastern peoples and cultures, worship an ancient Middle Eastern God?  Why would snowflake racists who never stop whining about the “decline of White, Western Civilisation” fall in love with an ‘Oriental’ deity? After all, a large number of Neo-Nazis even reject modern Western Christianity because they view it as “too Jewish”, “too Semitic”, “too Middle Eastern” and wah, wah, wah (nevermind the long history of medieval European Christian anti-Semitism).


The decentral, and disorganised way in which the Alt-Right works makes it hard to chart the origin of their symbols, let alone to find Alt-Righters engaging in a detailed discussion of why Kek and ancient Egypt were selected for reverence.

Read more at:

The article goes on to explain that no one in the alt-right can explain how exactly the frog meme has come to be associated with the Eqyptian god but then proposes a conspiracy to push Egypt’s treatment of Jewish people wich is then tied into Trump is the resurgence of of Hitler’s Naze and will cause a holocaust narraitve.

The author even notes being informed that KEK is simply a variation of LOL/LULZ but stands by his article.

Update 1 (27/11):Some readers have helpfully pointed out that long before the Alt-Right existed, the word Kek was used in a non-political sense as “as a substitute for lol/lul” in some online gaming sub-cultures. Kek, as a term, apparently gained this usage after forming part of one of the team languages during “World of Warcrafts early days”, years ago.

Read more at:

Hillary Clinton’s campaign has even been duped.

Donald Trump, Pepe the frog, and white supremacists: an explainer

That cartoon frog is more sinister than you might realize.

Over the weekend, Donald Trump’s son and one of his closest advisers posted an odd photo on their social media accounts:

This raised some important questions.

Why is there a frog standing directly behind Trump?

That’s Pepe. He’s a symbol associated with white supremacy.

Wait. Really? White supremacy?

That’s right.

Please explain.

Here’s the short version: Pepe is a cartoon frog who began his internet life as an innocent meme enjoyed by teenagers and pop stars alike.

But in recent months, Pepe’s been almost entirely co-opted by the white supremacists who call themselves the “alt-right.” They’ve decided to take back Pepe by adding swastikas and other symbols of anti-semitism and white supremacy.

“We basically mixed Pepe in with Nazi propaganda, etc. We built that association,” one prominent white supremacist told the Daily Beast.

Trump has retweeted his white supremacist supporters with regularity, but the connection between the alt-right and his campaign continues to strengthen. Trump has been slow to disavow support from Ku Klux Klansmen and white supremacy groups, and he recently hired’s Steve Bannon as his campaign CEO (and Bannon isn’t shy about the fact that his “news” organization is the “platform for the alt-right”).

Now white supremacists have given Pepe the cartoon frog some Trump hair—and the candidate’s own son says he is “honored to be grouped with” him.

Let me get this straight: Trump’s presidential campaign is posting memes associated with white supremacy online?


But it’s just his son and one of his closest advisers, right?


Read Full Article…

Write a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*