Yes this is what the professional left actually thinks of you.

I guarantee you if a white person seeing this going on shot any of the teens doing this Lemon and his guests on the left would have no problem blaming not the shooters parents or his upbringing but his race.

There are two lessons here. The first is that these acts are the natural result of selling a false narrative of oppression and genocide to one’s base for political purposes by the media and the current administration. It is my belief that to our media friends this result is a feature not a bug meant to intimidate.

The second any conservatives who believed it is no longer necessary to arm yourself because Trump won were wrong.

If you want to know why CNN is not trusted this is it.

As to why the rest of the media isn’t trusted:

Despite the racial violence Democrats have incited, and despite evidence that resentment of the Obama administration’s anti-white policies factored into Clinton’s November defeat, the liberal media continue promoting the Democrats’ anti-Trump/anti-white message. John Hinderaker at Powerline observed how the Associated Press attempted to conceal the racial politics of the Chicago atrocity, while Glenn Reynolds commented on the failure of most major media outlets to connect the dots of this racial hate crime: “If the races were reversed, there would be near-unanimous media efforts to blame Trump, and they wouldn’t be waiting until all the facts were in to do it.

They are anti religion ends and means people and if reporting facts harms their political ends while encouraging racial violence improves them, then the MSM & left are all in.

That’s evil.

Update:  Cripes Newsbusters could have a category for this story alone:

If this wasn’t on facebook this would be considered a local Chicago story and not worth the networks time, unless of course the races were reversed.

Chicago’s Northwest Side
The proliferation of fake hate crimes propagated by the left should be a warning sign to places like the MSM and Facebook that claim to be weeding out fake news but seem incapable of questioning anything that affirms their biases.

So I suggest a simple rule driven by the fact that with the exception of myself most of the world seems to carry smart phones many of them with direct links to the net so they can upload video & audio in a heartbeat, therefore:

If there is no video, there is no hate crime.

If there is only a video of graffiti and no video of who put it up or, as in the black church case in Greenville, a fire but no video of who set the fire

Last month, someone burned down a black church (Greenville’s Hopewell Missionary Baptist) and wrote “vote Trump” on the side of the structure. Obviously, it was a racist, white Trump supporter! This individual wanted to intimidate black people! CNN even wondered if it was an attack directed specifically at the black community.

Just one problem. It wasn’t a white dude. Or a stranger to the church. And I have my doubts that this guy even supported Trump. As it turns out, it was a black member of the church!

Andrew McClinton, 45, has been charged with first-degree arson of a place of worship. The church’s bishop confirmed that he is, indeed, a member of the congregation.

State officials don’t believe it was politically motivated either. Rather, it was made to look politically motivated. As in, it was another lame attempt to make Trump supporters look like intolerant, racist bigots.

then there is no hate crime.

If the press is really interested in the truth they will follow these simple rules, which leads me to conclude they will not.

Closing thought: For myself I don’t believe in “hate” crimes any more than I believe in “thought” crimes, if we simply treated crime and “crime” this wouldn’t be an issue.


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By John Ruberry

It’s been a rough May for hate crime hoaxsters. Liars have been caught peddling racist incidents that never happened, two of these, not surprisingly, were spread by college students and the third, was fabricated by a man living in a big college town.

America’s grievance industry preferred habit is the college campus.

All of the exposed accusers are black.

University of Iowa student Marcus Owens  said he was brutally beaten outside an off-campus bar and called the “N” word by three white attackers on the evening of April 30. Iowa City police officers investigated Owens’ story and discovered that there were in fact three fights that took place that night–and Owens started all of them.

Sherry Watt, the university’s diversity officer, says Watt deserves “empathy.” If my father was still alive he’d say that Owens deserves a kick in the head, although he clearly got his already.

State University of New York at Albany students Alexis Briggs, Ariel Agudio, and Asha Burwell said they were assaulted by a white mob who screamed racial slurs at them on a public bus in January. But as with the Owens case, it appears that “the attacked” were in fact the the attackers. Earlier this month the trio was hit with a variety of assault charges, two of them, Agudio and Burwell, were expelled from SUNY Albany while Briggs has been suspended for two years.

Security cameras, which helped catch Owens’ lies, were essential in exposing the correct narrative in the Albany case. This story attracted national coverage–even Hillary Clinton weighed in by Tweeting an early version of the violent assault.

While the national media, except for conservative outlets, have paid scant attention to the first two hoaxes, best-selling author and Detroit Free Press columnist Mitch Albom’s Sunday piece offers the story of Jordan Brown, an openly-gay minister of a tiny church in Austin, Texas, who told the media and anyone who would listen that a cake he ordered from a local Whole Foods Market outlet with “Love Wins” written on the frosting had another word added, becoming “Love Wins Fag.”

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Ten Commandments marker, Colorado state capitol grounds

Brown picked the wrong town, the wrong store, and the wrong pastry chef. Austin is the most liberal city in Texas and Austin-based Whole Foods, which prides itself on championing diversity, instantly stood by the baker, an LGBT community member. Brown sued Whole Foods and he referenced his faith repeatedly in his lawsuit, Albom notes. My guess is that “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor,” one of the Ten Commandments, was not mentioned in that suit.

Last week Brown admitted that this hate crime was fabricated.

He lied.

Another May millstone: Earlier this month Milo Yiannopoulos, an openly gay writer for Breitbart, presented a list of over 100 phony hate crimes over the last decade.

Which makes me wonder: While racism and bigotry is still a problem in our society perhaps it’s not a widespread as we are led to believe. But many people, liberal politicians among them, feel compelled to keep picking at this tragic national wound so then can advance the rest of their agenda.

Lying offers rewards. Race-hustler Al Sharpton road the 1980s Tawana Brawley race-based attack hoax into a very successful, albeit shameful, career for himself.

John Ruberry regularly blogs at Marathon Pundit.

I have made the argument many times that I don’t believe in “Hate Crimes”.

It’s a question of punishing thought rather than action, the whole idea of punishing crime is to punish what people do to harm society.  If you deck me, If you rob me, if you kill me, you deserve to face punishment but if you don’t like me or think I’m an ass that’s nobody’s business but yours.

That being said if you are going to have such laws this makes perfect sense:

Republican Rep. Ken Buck of Colorado has introduced legislation that would make the targeted killing of a police officer a federal hate crime.

Similar legislation has been introduced on the state level in the Louisiana and Maryland legislatures.

The reactions of the foes to this is…interesting

Rashad Turner, the leader of the Black Lives Matter chapter in St. Paul, Minn., told the Star Tribune in October 2015 that “law enforcement wanted to make themselves out to be the victims” when the Red Wing, Minn., City Council called for an expansion of the federal hate crimes law to include killing police.

Maybe it’s just be but I’d say that a person, any person who is murdered or targeted for murder is by definition a victim.

You would think adding five or ten years to a 40 to life murder sentence would not be worth the effort for the police or create a fuss from black lives matter

But we’ve reached a point in our society where the title “victim” is such a valuable commodity that it’s guarded jealously, and once it’s a matter of law that the value of the life of those who enforce law is equal to those who flaunt it then one can’t celebrate or excuse their murder as an act of virtue.

Eventually I suppose we’ll get to the point where every possible individual permutation of mankind will have the tag “lives matter” put after them and then we can all be victims together.

Maybe it’s just me but I think we would be much better off with the old culture of life that once existed.

The Story of the liberal activist who faked Rape threats about herself:

A well-known female liberal blogger and radio host at the University of Wyoming (UW) is being accused by police of fabricating a rape threat against herself to appear as if it came from a conservative.

The obscene message directed at activist Meg Lanker-Simons was posted on a college “crush” Facebook page earlier this week and immediately ignited outrage from the college community..

Has drawn many comments from Gateway pundit on the Ayers connection, This Ain’t Hell on her pages now gone, and Stacy on the silence of her allies:

Perhaps more mysterious is why some of her allies are silent about this suffering victim:

Lanker-Simons’s “Cognitive Dissonance” site was recognized for an award last year by the Center for American Progress’s Think Progress site.

And what is their reaction to the victimization of this liberal blogger whose award-winning excellence they recognized?

While the Jim Crow South and the framing of Blacks for Crimes they didn’t commit instantly came to mind for me, my second thought came as a man who just had his 25th anniversary.

This woman is Married.

At this point we don’t know if her husband KNEW if this complaint was false or not.

It’s he did it’s bad, he’s an accomplice and should be treated as such, but it’s much worse if he didn’t.

Imagine how YOU would feel if your wife was threatened this way? How outraged? What would you do? Skip a day or two of work to be sure she’s safe? Buy a gun? Make sure she’s not alone? And that’s the reaction she would see, how would he be felling? How many of your friend would you have keeping an eye on the house, on people going by? How frustrated would he be about his wife in danger and being unable to protect her?

I know how I would feel and do, it would become the focus of what I did and God help the guy . It would tear me apart.

As a married man I almost hope he WAS in on it, I would hate to think a wife would put her husband through something like this just to score a political point. That’s not love.

Think of where that puts you on the list of her priorities.

Meg Lanker-Simons may have retained counsel to protect her legally, but what is she going to do about her husband.

Then again after seeing this line from Viral Read

Katherine Timpf of Campus Reform reported that Lanker-Simons “is a member of the University of Wyoming Gender & Women’s Studies group as well as the school’s chapter of The Nonviolent Communist.”

he should not be surprised, for the Communist the ends always justifies the means.

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Some great news via Ace of Spades HQ from Canada:

The Conservative government voted late Wednesday to repeal controversial sections of the Canadian Human Rights Act banning hate speech over the telephone or Internet.

In a vote of 153 to 136, the majority Harper government supported a private member’s bill from Alberta Conservative MP Brian Storseth that would scrap Section 13 of the human rights code, which deals with complaints regarding “the communication of hate messages by telephone or on the Internet

There are two basic problems with “hate speech” laws. The first being that such laws restrict free expression, the solution for speech that is disliked being more speech the 2nd invariably “hate speech” becomes defined as “speech someone hates”.

For the same reason I dislike “hate crimes” as well. By all means punish crime, assault, robbery murder, but once you have something classified as a “hate” crime, you are punishing thought which seems to me a violation of basic human rights.

There is no greater tyranny than the state trying to control a person’s thoughts.

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Carolyn Euell, 38, mother of two of the defendants, Erika Stroud, 21, of Dorchester and Felicia Stroud, 18, West Roxbury, told reporters the alleged attack “can’t be hateful” because both her daughters are lesbians.

This refers to a case in Boston where the two lesbian girls assaulted a gay man.

the victim, who suffered a broken nose, told cops he believed the attack was “motivated as a crime because of his sexual orientation” since the three women “called him insulting homophobic slurs.”

Now as I’ve said before the whole idea of “hate crimes” is to me an absurdity. Hate is a thought and/or emotion and to charge a person based on it is the ultimate in playing “thought police”. If these ladies assaulted this man, the law should punish them based on the assault, not based on if they hated him for any reason whatsoever, even if it was something as egregious as being a Yankees fan.

But given the existence of hate crimes laws the idea that due to their lesbianism the attack “can’t be hateful” doesn’t just create an incredible double standard but flys in the face of reality.

My friend Cynthia has talked in the past about the horrible vitriol that was directed against her and her partner when she veered from or critiqued actions of “official lesbianism” for example she got grief for being part of a group called the “lesbian ladies society” for lesbians who are feminine and like to be.

in the late 1980’s, when I ran a group for feminine lesbians — who are NOT the same as femmes! — in Silver Spring, Maryland, which is a suburb of Washington, D.C., a pre-op male-to-female trannie attended one of my meetings and infuriated pretty much every woman there so much that I had to tell him/her not to come back or I would not have had a group. After that, I caught hell for stipulating that to be allowed to attend the meetings, you had to be born female as well as wear a skirt or dress (the latter requirement was the cheapest form of dyke repellent I could think of).

Now we don’t know all the fact of this case, but the moment you have felony laws on the books that sone people can’t even be charged with, yet alone violate because of the particular race or sexual orientation you’re talking nonsense.

Update: I had trouble finding the above link and ended up calling Cynthia for help in discovering them, it turns out he disagrees on this case suggesting, (like the woman above) that this can’t be a hate crime against gays due to the lesbianism of the women, although we do agree on the absurdity of hate crimes laws themselves.

She argued that phrases these women might have used would not be hate crimes if used by them, but would be if I used them as I am opposed to gay marriage (or as she puts it “gay equality”) but noted that if such an equivalence was made the proliferation of hate crime charges from “black on black” crime would be so prevalent that it would be worth enforcing them to illustrate the absurdity of hate crime laws in general.