Gay Cuban Marco Tries Homosexual “Hard to Get” Game in Pursuit of VP Nod

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
May 27, 2016


“Donald, I think you’re a really nice person, but I just want to be friends.”

You know a girl is really into you if she tries to preemptively friendzone you – that is, before you’ve shown any interest, she pretends you’ve shown interest, then tells you she really isn’t interested. This is intended to get you interested by making you think if you did want her she wouldn’t be available to you.

Apparently, this same flirtatious technique used by heterosexual females on men is also used by male homosexuals on other men.

The Cuban gayboy Marco Rubio just tried to pull it on The Donald, saying “oh, I will support him, but I don’t want to be VP.”

Daily Mail:

Marco Rubio says he’ll attend the Republican nominating convention and would even be willing to speak on Donald Trump’s behalf from the stage.

‘I want to be helpful. I don’t want to be harmful, because I don’t want Hillary Clinton to be president,’ Rubio told CNN’s Jake Tapper on Thursday.

Despite his policy differences with Trump, which he declined to revisit given that the spent nearly a year discussing them already – ‘I think they’re well understood’ – Rubio said he’d help the Republican nominee win the White House.

‘I don’t want Hillary Clinton to be president. If there’s something I can do to help that from happening, and it’s helpful to the cause, I’d most certainly be honored to be considered for that,’ he said.

The one role he said he won’t take on is that of running mate. Rubio self-accessed that he ‘wouldn’t be the right choice’ for Trump’s ticket.

‘He won the nomination and he deserves to have a running mate that more fully embraces some of the things he stands for,’ Rubio said.

Two months after his White House dreams were dashed, Rubio has come around to the idea of a Trump presidency.

Obviously, Marco isn’t even being considered for the VP slot. But it’s funny to see him trying in such a gay manner.

We’re still pushing for Jeff Sessions. Either way, he’s going to have to be the head of the Deportation Force – with Sam Hyde as his First in Command.


Hyde has already designed the Deportation Force uniform.