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Gettin’ Paid: Jackson Family Values, Part III

By Nicholas Stix
November 15, 2000
Toogood Reports

[Part I: Jesse Jackson on How to Steal a Presidential Election, and Live Happily Ever After; and Part II: “Whose Rights? Our Rights!”]

Of late, the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s star had apparently fallen. The man who for so long had enjoyed, unchallenged, the unofficial title of the nation’s leading racist and anti-Semite, er, I mean, “civil rights leader,” had been snubbed by some white journalists, who bestowed that honor on now the Rev. Al Sharpton, now Min. Louis Farrakhan.

Previously, the Rev. Jackson’s greatest successes in nullifying due process had come at the expense of the Decatur, Illinois School Board last year, and Texaco Oil in 1996. In 1996, Jackson was able to subvert justice, in the case of a group of black employees’ baseless racial discrimination lawsuit against Texaco. His method: To keep repeating publicly, with the help of the mainstream news media, the lie, according to which a white Texaco executive had made racist remarks, including the “n” word, during a private conversation with a white peer. The peer had tried to make himself look good, by secretly recording the conversation, and leaking it to the media. We heard the “bad” executive talk about the “black jellybeans” stuck at the bottom of the bag, which we were told was racist talk, and were told by Jackson & Co.—though we never heard it on the tape—that the “bad” executive had said the “n” word. Only the “bad” executive had never uttered the “n” word. Rather, for lack of any “incriminating” statement, Jackson and his minions insisted that a garbled transmission of part of the executive’s conversation was the magic word.

That would be the word that American blacks utter hundreds of millions of times a day, usage which the media and government are deaf to, as they are deaf to blacks’ routine use of racist epithets against whites. That is the same word which whites have long stopped saying publicly, and in many areas, even privately, yet which blacks—with the help of the media and the government—now increasingly charge whites with having said. In the Texaco executive’s other supposedly racist statement, he merely quoted a dopey analogy [about “black jelly bans”] which had been made by a black “diversity consultant” hired by Texaco. No matter. Texaco’s executives caved in, like a cheap suitcase. Not only did the Rev. Jackson not apologize, let alone pay for his slanderous charges, but the truth had no effect whatsoever on his demeanor or tactics. He demanded payoffs to Texaco’s black employees, and he got ‘em—$176 million, to be exact. Likewise, he demanded promotions for Texaco’s black employees, and he got them, too. As for the “jelly beans,” that’s the way “diversity consultants” talk. For a few million dollars a year each, these rabid racists go to corporations, universities, and public schools and agencies, and race-bait white personnel, lie shamelessly about American society and history, and encourage black personnel and students to engage openly in racist acts against white colleagues and superiors, and classmates and professors. These guys make O.J. look like a real gent.

(In 1993, Heather MacDonald wrote a classic expose on diversity consultants in The New Republic, and Alan Kors and Harvey Silverglate devote a good deal of their 1998 book, The Shadow University, to them. Kors and Silverglate have since founded an organization, “FIRE,” to combat attacks on civil liberties. FIRE’s website, thefire.org, contains an extensive exposé on diversity consultants.)

In many such cases today, Texaco and other corporations don’t hire qualified black staffers and executives in spite of their color, and then systematically discriminate against them in promotions. Rather, the corporations discriminate on behalf of blacks, in hiring and later promoting them exclusively due to their skin color, in spite of their inadequacies. Anyone with a lick of sense could have told Texaco’s chiefs, that in hiring a diversity consultant -- whose only job is to get rich through racial extortion, while causing further racial strife -- and hiring people because they were black, they might as well have made a budget line for the money they were going to lose through litigation, extortion, and loss of business due to racist black customer boycotts.

It’s hard to feel any compassion for Texaco’s craven executives. I’m not enough of a moral philosopher to tell you who is worse: The racist, or the coward who appeases him.

Then, in 1999, came Decatur.

When six students rioted at a high school football game in Decatur, Illinois, they were all expelled from school for two years, as per the school’s “zero-tolerance” policy.

The offenders had all been caught on videotape, stomping the hell out of other students in the stands. The thugs in question were all black. Camping out for weeks in Decatur, and even getting himself arrested for trespassing, when he sought to illegally enter the school building, Jesse Jackson demanded that the suspensions be lifted. Decatur, 1999, was not Birmingham, 1963.

Like the dissolute “trust-fund kid” who blows on drugs and debauchery the inheritance that his hard-working grandfather had bequeathed him, the “civil rights movement” squandered all the moral capital that its founders had so carefully accumulated.

Instead of saving men on death row – the Scottsboro Boys – who had been framed for a non-existent “rape,” or defending the right of a black lady –
in the person of Rosa Parks – to sit anywhere she chose on a bus, “civil rights” deteriorated into extortion (Texaco, Denny’s, etc.), defending the rights of violent punks to riot (Decatur), and finally, standing tall for the right of a convicted murderer, who bragged of the victims whose lives he had snuffed out, to kill (Gary Graham, in Texas).

After intervention by Illinois’ Republican Gov. George Ryan, Decatur school authorities reduced the expulsions to one year. Jackson’s response was to demand that the expulsions be nullified, all the while denying, with a straight face, that the issue was racial.

And the suspensions WERE nullified: The guilty parties were permitted to attend an alternative school during the year they were to be “expelled.”

But still Jackson wouldn’t take “yes” for an answer. He wanted the thugs to be permitted to return to their old school after getting mere “C”s and ostensibly engaging in good behavior at the alternative school for a couple of months.

There was something mean and cheap about Decatur. But at least, with the media’s (and those evil Republicans’) cooperation, the Rev. Jackson was once again able to hog the national spotlight, and nullify due process. But he needed something big, in order to regain his lost stature.

Looking at Florida, Jackson apparently decided that this was his last, best hope. He would steal a national election, and thereby reassert his status as the proper heir to MLK. After all, when blacks openly, repeatedly violate federal election law, they are given a free pass. Which brings us, in my next column, to Chicago Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr.



Whose Rights? Our Rights! Jackson Family Values, Part II

By Nicholas Stix
November 14, 2000
Toogood Reports

[Part I: Jesse Jackson on How to Steal a Presidential Election, and Live Happily Ever After; Part III: “Gettin’ Paid”; and Part IV: “A Chip Off the Old Block.”]

As Jesse Jackson reportedly said at a November 8 press conference in West Palm Beach, Florida, “Citizens were disenfranchised; the full weight of Florida law and the Voting Rights Act should come to bear in this matter. This is critical to our national interests ... This undermines the integrity of our democracy.”

The relevant code-word used by the Rev. Jackson was “the Voting Rights Act.” Initially passed by Congress in 1965 with the noble purpose of preventing blacks from being disenfranchised via various ruses then popular in the South, including selectively-enforced poll taxes and literacy tests, the Voting Rights Act has since been perverted by the Justice Department—more under white Republicans than Democrats of any color—to rig elections.

The feds’ preferred method of election-rigging has been to racially gerrymander districts so that they are “majority-minority,” meaning as close as possible to “Weissen-rein” (white-free), so as to guarantee the election of a black or Hispanic candidate. A more “honest” way to rig an election would be to simply cancel it, and appoint an “elected” official.

The desperate search for pockets of black and Hispanic voters that this form of racial fixing took, resulted in congressional districts so oddly shaped, that even the Supreme Court threw out some of them a few years ago.

According to cheerleader/reporter Marion Dozier of Florida’s Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel newspaper, Jackson and other black leaders’ “rejection of the balloting in Tuesday’s presidential election was fueled by a larger concern: The future of the Republic itself.”

Translated from Jacksonese into English, “Voting Rights Act” means, ‘If we win, we win, and if we lose ... we win.’ ‘We’ means blacks, not the Republic.

Indeed, another great republican, Prof. Lani Guinier, an unsuccessful Clinton candidate for Justice Department quota queen (aka head of the “Civil Rights Division,” a post presently illegally held by Bill Lann Lee), has long proposed a Jackson-style gutting of the American political system, such that blacks would receive a “veto right.” This would amount to a racial dictatorship with legalistic trappings.

Another of Jesse Jackson’s criticisms was of the “butterfly ballot” used in the state of Florida.

According to various Gore demonstrators and Jackson, this ballot supposedly caused voters supporting Al Gore to vote twice—once for Gore, and once for Pat Buchanan. Because they voted for two competing candidates for the same office, their votes were disqualified. The demonstrators are demanding the chance to vote again.

The ballot, by the way, was chosen by the state’s Democratic supervisor of elections, Theresa LePore, based on its being easier to read for Florida’s many elderly voters. It had received the blessings of the state Democratic and Republican parties; was used in the 1996 election without any lawsuits demanding a revote (the Gore demonstrators’ man won that time around); and before the 2000 election was published in newspapers, mailed to all voters, and available for study at every polling place before voting. Confused voters could also ask poll workers for help. I happen to think that many of the Florida Gore supporters are lying, and voted for Gore already, but only once. They want to be able to vote for him a second time, in order to get the election “right.” On the other hand, my Mom, a Gore supporter, believes the Gore demonstrators really did vote for Al Gore AND Pat Buchanan for President.

As Jay Leno quipped on The Tonight Show, “People used to be ashamed to be stupid.”

But according to Stanford University professor of public interest law, and former NAACP legal counsel, Pamela Karlan, voters are entitled to be as dumb as they wanna be. Appearing on Ted Koppel’s ABC-TV show, Nightline, on November 10, Karlan opined, “We don’t assume an intelligent, literate voter.”

Translation: Voters have a right to keep on voting, until the Democrat wins. One of Prof. Karlan’s specialties is “legal regulation of the political process,” a euphemism for “the theory and practice of racial vote-rigging.”

Conversely, as Bush campaign chairman, Don Evans, had pointed out on Nightline on November 9, “This is the ballot that the good people of Florida chose, they’ve been used before, they’ve been used across the land.”

And as Bush campaign strategist Karl Rove observed on the same show, “In this country we hold elections for the purpose of electing a President. We don’t continue to hold elections until we get the outcome some people like.”

But is Rove right?

Prof. Karlan would surely disagree. Besides, if a white policeman charged with brutalizing a black man is acquitted in state court, blacks demand and get a second crack at him—the double jeopardy of a political, “federal civil rights trial.” Think Rodney King.

And if black police officers fail the sergeant’s exam, as happened in New York City, they still get awarded the promotion.

By the same token, if black students fail to get the necessary grades or examination scores required by “highly competitive” universities, they get admitted anyway.

So why should a presidential election be any different?



Jesse Jackson on How to Steal a Presidential Election, and Live Happily Ever After (A Black History Month Memory)

By Nicholas Stix

Jackson Family Values, Part I
November 13, 2000
Toogood Reports/A Different Drummer

[Part II: “Whose Rights? Our Rights!”;Part III: “Gettin’ Paid”; andPart IV: “A Chip Off the Old Block.”]

Are presidential elections now also to be subordinated to affirmative action?

The day following the FIRST 2000 Presidential election, the Rev. Jesse Jackson reported that he had gotten many calls during the previous day -- you know, what used to be known as Election Day -- from blacks in Florida, complaining of voting-rights violations. Blacks, he said, had been intimidated out of, or flat-out barred from voting.

The funny thing is, Jackson didn't mention any of those telephone calls during Election Day.

In fact, I saw the good reverend at 4 a.m. EST, or slightly thereafter, on November 8 (after Election Day), being interviewed live on ABC by a weary Peter Jennings. “Bush, Cheney, Strom Thurmond, Jesse Helms, Orrin Hatch, this is the same thing, states' rights, the denial of a woman's right to choose, attacks on affirmative action ...”

This was the whining of a desperate man, lacking any dignity in defeat. It was embarrassing to watch. George Bush, who had promised national standards for the schools, a closet Klansman?

At no time did Jackson say, “Peter, this so-called victory by George Bush is nothing but a case of voter fraud. My associates and I have been fielding calls all day from black Florida voters who were intimidated out of voting, or barred from polling places.”

Not one word.

So as not to be too subtle, or appear to be making insinuations, I have to avail myself of a four-letter word to describe the Rev. Jackson: L-i-a-r.

By November 9, the Rev. Jackson had heard yet more voices. According to Left-of-Castro columnist, Juan Gonzalez, in the November 10 New York Daily News, “As the Rev. Jesse Jackson told me yesterday, it may be that the television networks projected Florida's results correctly the first time, but failures in the voting systems of Palm Beach and Broward Counties led to thousands of Gore votes not being counted.”

But how could thousands of Gore votes be counted, if the voters were barred from, or intimidated out of voting?

A few hours after I saw him with Peter Jennings, Jackson was leading demonstrations in Florida. According to cheerleader/reporter Marion Dozier on November 9 in Florida's Sun-Sentinel newspaper, Jackson led a rally, or rather, press conference, in West Palm Beach, evoking Martin Luther King's legendary, 1965 Selma, Alabama march for voting rights. Except that Jackson never mentioned race.

“The shrill throngs, the allusions to Selma, Ala., the fervent oratory of the Rev. Jesse Jackson -- it had all the earmarks of a protest against racial injustice.

“But as hundreds of outraged Al Gore supporters were led in protest by black preachers and black political leaders Thursday in several Florida cities, few expressed their outrage in racial terms ...

“Their rejection of the balloting in Tuesday’s presidential election was fueled by a larger concern: the future of the Republic itself.”

Marion Dozier then quotes that great republican, Jesse Jackson: “Citizens were disenfranchised; the full weight of Florida law and the Voting Rights Act should come to bear in this matter. This is critical to our national interests ... This undermines the integrity of our democracy.”

On the November 10 edition of Ted Koppel’s ABC News show, Nightline, Koppel held a “Town Hall” meeting at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. One white student's “question” mentioned (Jackson's) charges that thousands of black Florida voters had been intimidated out of voting, and asked what could be done about this.

The student's dishonest “question,” which assumed the truth of Jesse Jackson’s wild charges, no doubt will make the young man, who identified himself as a “first-year” (eschewing the verboten, “freshman” tag) popular on campus. However, he couldn't have liked the response he got from William H. Lash III, a black, George Mason University law professor of economic and political rights:

“The black turnout in Florida was 16 percent; nationwide it was 10 percent. It’s hard to believe there was this ‘chilling effect.’”

Patrick Hennessy, the producer of the Nashville in the Morning show on WLAC-AM, told me, “In Florida, they are saying they are above the law because they are oppressed, and Jesse Jackson is pulling that trigger.”

I'll go Patrick Hennessy one better, with a prediction: In the event that George W. Bush is permitted to keep his election victory, across the nation outraged blacks will riot. And in the event that Bush is mugged out of his victory ... across the nation outraged blacks will riot!

Anyone who honestly believes that this isn't about race must think the moon is made of cheese.

Postscript: Well, I was wrong. Blacks didn’t riot – but Jesse Jackson threatened riots.






In Honor of Jussie Smollett: The Race Hoax Handbook: Twelve Steps to Bigger, Better, Race Hoaxes

By Nicholas Stix
March 7, 2001

In this age of fast food-style, race “hoaxes to go,” many of us are concerned. Will the expansion of the race hoax industry bring with it a diminution of quality? Will today’s hoaxers rob their successors of their turn? In other words, will today’s industry exhaust itself? Fear not! As a public service, and an attempt at liberation and reparations, I am going to provide the twelve steps that make up the script used by champion hoaxers like Jesse Jackson and the Rev. Al Sharpton, so that even inexperienced amateurs can pull off stunningly successful race hoaxes!

1. Tell It, Brother/Sister!: Tell a Big Lie. The bigger, the better. The "plausibility rule," long thought to be the "first law of lying," no longer applies. The more implausible the lie, the better. The other two laws of lying, economy and consistency, have similarly been rendered obsolete. Tell ‘em big, tell ‘em wild, and tell ‘em in quantity. Let today’s lie contradict yesterday’s, or as in Jesse’s case during the already classic, Florida Disenfranchisement Hoax, let this afternoon’s lie contradict this morning’s. Remember, after 500 years of white lies, WE DON’T OWE THEM THE TRUTH!

Some classics:

• That a group of white cops kidnapped and raped a 15-year-old African girl (Tawana);

• that Jewish doctors injected Black men with the virus that causes AIDS;

• that African Americans
speak a West Congo-Niger, African language;

• that
a caucasian Texaco executive said the "n" word during a conversation with a fellow european executive;

• that white police officers are murdering our people;

• that Africans are invisible on prime-time TV;

• and of course, that the Bush brothers stole the 2000 election.

Remember, as Dr. Frances Cress Welsing teaches us in The Isis Papers: The Keys To The Colors, we're in a race war, fighting for our lives, against those who seek to annihilate us!

2. We Need Unity, Against Those Who Would Divide Us (or: A People United, Will Never be Defeated!): Find a visible, european enemy. Any caucasian will do for starters, but for staying power, you need powerful, heterosexual white males for the broadest base of support, because they are universally recognized as humanity's oppressors.

For instance, folks in Jamaica, Queens had a pretty successful run in 1995-96, saying that a Jewish female teacher at Public School 80 called her Black third-graders, "a bunch of n-----s," but even with the support of African then-schools chancellor, Dr. Rudy Crew, the hoax had no legs.

In 1987's great Tawana Brawley Hoax — the Founding Hoax, as we in the business say — Tawana started with "white cops." That was a smart beginning for an inexperienced 15-year-old, but the more experienced, world-wise team of activist attorneys C. Vernon Mason and Alton Maddox, and the Rev. Al Sharpton knew what to do. Attorney Alton Maddox informed the people that Gov. Cuomo would masturbate over photos of Tawana, and the Rev. Al expanded the critique to include the involvement of the Irish Republican Army in Tawana's abduction and gang-rape.

3. Beat the Drums: Call and fax all allies in the mainstream and black media, non-profit sectors, black churches, education bureaucracy, government agencies and black pride organizations. Hold press conferences. Have constant demonstrations. Get arrested. But always remember the news cycle. There's no point in getting arrested after 4:00 p.m.! Save that for the next day!

4. Up the Ante: Keep up a torrent of new lies, to distract from earlier ones, and to make it impossible for the few journalists and public officials who don’t know what time it is to keep up with them. Extend the scope of the charges — and the demands for redress — in the immediate issue, and then beyond it (e.g., from disenfranchisement to education; from re-voting and gaining unelected black election board members to throwing out the electoral college and the “one man, one vote” rule).

5. Repeat the Feat: Repeat the lie, and then keep on repeating it, days, weeks, even years after it has been “discredited.” As the Israelis do, we can create FACTS ON THE GROUND!

6. If You Don't Try, It Won't Fly: Constantly throw up new hoaxes, like hot spaghetti against a wall. You never know what might stick. Before our African sister, Tawana, risked everything, no one knew what could be accomplished.

7. If You Know Your Spin, You're in Like Flynn: Use equivocating and vague language e.g., stretching “racial profiling” from its traditional, empirical meaning as observing, and possibly stopping Blacks based on a “profile,” to an extreme, meaning arresting and even murdering them (Remember Amadou!), based on the same “profile.” And be sure to ignore or suppress essential facts. If you say that the caucasians were hunting for Isaac Jones, the “Bronx Rapist,” who was the city’s worst-ever serial rapist, and who lived in the same Soundview neighborhood as Amadou, and even resembled Amadou, that just confuses matters!

8. It's All Connected: Link disparate, irrelevant facts. For instance, if european police officers (caucasian Hispanics’ll do in a pinch) in different parts of the country, shot Black suspects to death during a certain period, make all of the cases serve as proof of a national conspiracy of white police to murder innocent Blacks. Because, after all, WE ALL KNOW that the conspiracy exists! Don’t worry about particular facts. JUST REMEMBER THAT THEY ARE KILLING OUR PEOPLE!

9. Put the Suckers in Their Place: Race-bait actual, and even potential critics. The ideal situation, is to demonstrate in front of the racist bloodsuckers’ homes and places of work. Make sure they get fired from their jobs, and hounded from their professions, the way we got talk-radio host Bob Grant fired (he got a job elsewhere, at WOR-AM, but we'll take care of that!). Demand that their employers publicly apologize, and make amends.

10. If You Want to Operate, Refuse to Cooperate: When New York State's Jewish attorney general, Robert Abrams, sought to work with Tawana, attorneys Alton Maddox and C. Vernon Mason, and the Rev. Al Sharpton, cleverly had her refuse to cooperate. This extended the hoax’s life from a few weeks to a full year.

11. Keep Up the Heat: Little Hoaxes beget big ones, and wear down the europeans.

12. Keep Your Eyes on the Prize: The Fifth Column: Make continuous demands for ever more hires of “unqualified” Africans; these racial hires are hoaxes’ most loyal defenders, and a ready source for future hoaxes. ALWAYS REMEMBER, ANY AFRICAN PERSON IS AUTOMATICALLY MORE QUALIFIED THAN A caucasian, FOR THE SAME JOB.


Never forget! "Educated" europeans are desperately afraid of confronting righteous Africans. In a showdown, they will always blink!

Originally published in Toogood Reports.

Posted by Nicholas

2007, 1-9, 3:00 AM








2 comments:






ALMINYFLGIRL said...

Channon Christian and Christopher Newsome, Knoxville TN. Where is all the Main steam media coverage? When a young couple gets car jacked and Chris gets set on fire then shot and Channon is raped and sodomized repeatedly for at least 2 days( by at least 3 black males) and one black female who not only did nothing to stop it but encouraged it ? Then both are killed? The Duke case is a big deal? Oh wait the Duke case was white on black crime that probably never happened. I guess black on white crime no matter how horrid just is the normal now and doesn't make CNN, MSNBC or FOX anymore. Even the local news WWW.WVLT.COM is ignoring it now..... I am not a racist by any means but omg enough is enough I'm sick of whites being treated like crap in favor of minoritys by our courts and main stream media. If this is the cost of being
"politically correct" I will not pay the price. Heck I'm not even european I'm over half Native American I believe everyone is equal.BUT mainstream media continues to force politically correct crap down our throats they are worse than our corrupt govt .

Sunday, April 1, 2007 at 3:15:00 A.M. EDT



Yuseff said...

Grab a clue, dude, the whole "politically correct" mantra is about as played out(by White people) as the "race card" is by Black people.

Friday, April 13, 2007 at 1:27:00 P.M. EDT

At Least 16 Women were Found at a Northwest Dallas Warehouse Wednesday during a Sex Trafficking Raid....

By A Texas Reader
Wed, Feb 20, 2019 9:42 p.m.

At least 16 women were found at a northwest Dallas warehouse Wednesday during a sex trafficking raid, WFAA has learned. The women were put on buses to be taken to a safe location, Dallas police sources said.



DPD vice unit busts human trafficking operation in northwest Dallas warehouse | wfaa.com

DALLAS — At least 16 women were found at a northwest Dallas warehouse Wednesday during a sex trafficking raid, WFAA has learned. The women were put on buses to be taken to a safe location ...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAVq96C8FcI&feature=player_embedded

Asian "massage" parlors with a happy ending.

Is this a job American hookers won't do?

P.S.: I worked a few blocks north of this location.  This was about 4 years ago.  Occasionally, I would drive south on Harry Hines Boulevard, an old industrial and commercial strip.  Harry Hines is also well known for topless bars and hookers.   I was one of the few native born anywhere within blocks.  And the car with California plates?   A legal Asian immigrant who brings Asian women over to the States to "work" as waitresses.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

FBI opens civil rights investigation into botched Houston drug bust, police chief says

Wed, Feb 20, 2019 9:49 pm
Subject: FBI opens civil rights investigation into botched Houston drug bust, police chief says


Families share video of Fresno police officer's second deadly shooting in six months


Wed, Feb 20, 2019 10:24 pm
Subject: Families share video of Fresno police officer's second deadly shooting in six months


Fwd: Body cam footage released February 20, 2019, shows a suspect shoot at a Napa County Sheriff’s deputy only to be killed as a result.


Wed, Feb 20, 2019 11:26 p.m.

Body cam footage released February 20, 2019, shows a suspect shoot at a Napa County Sheriff's deputy only to be killed as a result.



Jeb!

Jeb!

Jeb!

No Harvard eduction for you!






BOOM! Federal Charges Expected in Jussie Smollett "Terror Hoax!"

By "W"
Wed, Feb 20, 2019 7:23 p.m.
Comment on BOOM! Federal Charges Expected In Jussie Smollett "Terror Hoax!"

Ha, ha!

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Barack Obama Sucks's comment is in reply to wayneluttonphd:
 
I think Jussie will do will fine in prison. He'll no doubt enjoy being some other felon's "wife."





BYE FELICIA: Pompeo Says ISIS Bride Will Not Be Allowed to Come to the US

By Reader-Researcher R.C.
Wed, Feb 20, 2019 5:28 p.m.

Jussie Smollett Charged with Felony Disorderly Conduct--It's a Thing in Illinois

By "W"
Wed, Feb 20, 2019 8:32 p.m.

Jussie Smollett charged with disorderly conduct, felony

"W": He must be reacting against centuries of anti-black and anti-'mo prejudice…or something.

N.S.: Felony Discon is apparently for lying on his police report to the CPD. His lies to the FBI are a separate, federal matter, as are his using the mails to send out his original hate hoax letter.

Does the Jussie Smollett Case End with the Nigerians, or Does It Mushroom throughout the "Crook County" Democrat Party?

By David in TN
Wed, Feb 20, 2019 6:54 p.m.

"Does the Jussie Smollett Case Really End with the Nigerians?"

Was the Chicago Democratic machine involved in the hoax? The Cook County State's Attorney "recused" herself. Kim Foxx knows Smollett's politically connected friends. Smollett's mother is a friend of Angela Davis. Remember her? Davis "mentored the young Jussie throughout much of his life." And Davis is a "political celebrity on the far left."

Prosecuting this case won't make you popular in the Democratic party as the perpetrator of the hoax isn't exactly Tom Wolfe's Great White Defendant.

"It certainly would explain a recusal."



Should Jeff Sessions Have Run for President in 2016?

By Nicholas Stix

Douglas Mercer‏ @douglasmercer33 1h1 hour ago
Replying to @NicholasStix @DeltaHelix1
in 2013 Bannon begged Session to run

Thanks for the info. I hadn't known that. I think Sessions’ thinking must have been along the following lines:

‘I’m a runt, and I stutter a little. Who’s going to vote for someone like that?’

He was the most popular man in Alabama, but if anything, that was a detriment on the national stage.

People are natural fascists. If they hear a runt say something intelligent, unless he’s Napoleon or Stalin, and has the power of life and death over them, they blow him off, or even mock him. Then they hear a big guy say the same thing, and treat him like he's a genius.

I had a stepmother, a tall, stunning Yankee. She was two inches taller than my old man, and four inches taller than me. My old man, who had supposedly once been bright but who’d wasted his brain, liked to start stupid arguments with me (e.g., about the meanings of words).

One day Stepmom said to the Old Man, “Louis, are you going to keep on arguing with your stupid son?”

Her attitude had been like that since the moment we met, before we even spoke. (Why did she fall in love with a man two inches shorter than her? Beats me, but he was her first love.)

But Stepmom considered my big sister brilliant. Why? Sis was three inches taller than me.

Years later, I overheard Sis tell a friend on the phone, “I’m smart, but Nick’s a genius.” (I’m nowhere near being a genius, but you get the point.)

I have no doubt that Jeff Sessions has a higher I.Q. than Donald Trump, and when it comes to character… Sessions is as splendid a man as we have been blessed with in public service in many moons. But he wasn’t going to get elected president.

I hope he goes back to Alabama, and gets his Senate seat back, assuming it’s still worth anything.







Watch This Baby Elephant Rescue Video!

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix


Roseanne Barr Calls AOC "bug-eyed Farrakhan loving b***h" in Expletive-Laden YouTube Rant

By Reader-Researcher R.C.
Wed, Feb 20, 2019 2:19 p.m.

Roseanne Barr calls AOC 'bug-eyed Farrakhan loving b***h' in expletive laden YouTube rant (VIDEO) — RT USA News

Jussie Smollett Faces Prison, Career Ruin if He Lied about Attack

By "W"
Wed, Feb 20, 2019 12:26 p.m.

Jussie Smollett faces prison, career ruin if he lied about attack

"W": He will get along fine in prison as some other black felon's "wife."


N.S.: Tawana Smollett's supporters have conned people into saying that he faces a potential three years, because he could then get mere probation, but in addition to filing a false police report, he engaged in criminal conspiracy, and used the mail. If he got convicted and got the max for those crimes, he'd get anywhere from 10-20 years. Under Jim Snow justice, however, it's unlikely he'll do a day in jail or prison. And as for "career ruin," it's more likely he'll be a Hollywood hero.


Jussie Smollett Lied to Law Enforcement during DUI Stop in 2007


By "W"
Wed, Feb 20, 2019 12:25 p.m.

Jussie Smollett lied to law enforcement during DUI stop in 2007 | WPIX 11 New York

Right-Wing Artist Sabo Takes Aim at Racist Hate Crime Hoaxer Jussie Smollett in New Street Art in Los Angeles

By A.L.
Tue, Feb 19, 2019 11:51 p.m.

Look at this stuff. It is so good.


Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Snoop Dogg Mocks Jussie Smollett with O.J. Simpson in White Bronco Meme

Tue, Feb 19, 2019 9:39 p.m.

Snoop Dogg Mocks Jussie Smollett with O.J. Simpson in White Bronco Meme




At least 25 migrants affiliated with the MS-13 gang found within a caravan of 1,600 Central Americans were deported from Mexico on the doorstep of the US border.

Tue, Feb 19, 2019 9:48 p.m.

At least 25 migrants affiliated with the MS-13 gang found within a caravan of 1,600 Central Americans were deported from Mexico on the doorstep of the US border.





Arizona City Sued for $10M over Uber Self-Driving Car Fatal Accident


Tue, Feb 19, 2019 10:17 p.m.

Arizona city sued for $10M over Uber self-driving car fatal accident