Saturday, January 05, 2019

White Judge Goes on Tirade about Black Violence: "I grew up in a time where people wore white robes and they shot at black people"; "And now we see young black men wearing black hoodies shooting at black men – and doing much more effective job than the Klan ever thought about doing"

By Reader-Researcher R.C.
Sat, Jan 5, 2019 12:10 a.m.

"I grew up in a time where people wore white robes and they shot at black people," Shelton said. "And now we see young black men wearing black hoodies shooting at black men – and doing much more effective job than the Klan ever thought about doing."

N.S.: Compared to blacks today, the KKK fired on, or otherwise harmed few blacks, while Jim Crow had a salutary effect on negro behavior. By contrast, black shooters incite more black shooters. 

Tennessee judge goes on tirade about crime among black men being 'more effective' than KKK. Judge Wayne Shelton said he's sick and disheartened by a lack of respect for human life, especially ...

A phrase coined by the Quakers during in the mid-1950s. It was a call for the United States to stand firm against fascism and other forms of totalitarianism; it is a phrase that seems to unnerve political right, with reason.

R.C.: Say, was he channeling the late Senator Robert Byrd?

During the early 1940s, Robert Byrd of West Virginia was a high-ranking member of the Ku Klux Klan. From 1952 to 2010, the same Robert Byrd of West Virginia served in the United States Congress and eventually won the praises of civil rights advocates. How did he do that?


Anonymous said...

Future quotes you'll see from MSNBC and CNN anchors and guests--both white and black (mostly whites imho).Whites on those networks are the most vociferous white haters I hear.Blacks would be called prejudiced,but if whites put down their own race--it takes the racism card off the table.That's the liberal strategy--to avoid black on white verbal confrontation.Instead find whites to do the dirty work blacks wont do.Get a black anchor to ask white guests about this story:
"Another old white man who needs to go away"
"This is why we need diversity in the court system."
"The court system is biased against blacks--this proves it."
Joy Reid,Behar,Nicole Wallace and Al Sharpton will all utter these talking points in the next few days--and probably Pelosi as well.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Understood correctly the observations of the judge just 100 % exactly true. Numbers of blacks killed per year in gang related shootings about a thousand a year. In a thirty year period according to the statistics of the NAACP [and who can doubt the statistics of the NAACP?] about forty persons of color killed by whitey "supremacy" groups. Not even a valid comparison to say whites kill blacks too when speaking of negro on negro crime gang related. And that is just gang related.

Anonymous said...

GRA:I repeat,Lesta Holt should resign for pushing the white guy scenario--WITHOUT FACTS--and be charged with hate crimes himself.The black family gave the old,"whitey did it" routine and NBC fell for it because they WANT to fall for it.This embarrassment will not deter them of course--they are on a mission to make whites seem like the most evil people alive.What will they say Monday?Apologize?The firing of Holt and others are more appropriate.
(USATODAY)A 20-year-old Houston man has been charged with capital murder in the death of Jazmine Barnes, a 7-year-old black girl killed in a drive-by shooting that ignited national outrage.

Eric Black Jr. admitted involvement in the Dec. 30 shooting, the Harris County Sheriff's Office said Sunday, adding that the shooting appeared to be the result of mistaken identity. Black, who is African American, was arrested without incident by investigators following up on a tip, the sheriff's office said.
In court Sunday, prosecutors said Black admitted he was driving a Kia SUV when a passenger identified as “Larry” opened fire on a car driven by Jazmine's mother, LaPorsha Washington.

Jazmine died instantly, authorities said. Washington, 30, was shot in the arm but survived. Another child suffered injuries from shattered glass. Two other children were uninjured.

"All evidence gathered so far in the Jazmine Barnes Homicide case supports investigators’ strong belief that she and her family were innocent victims," the sheriff's office tweeted.

Authorities previously had said they were searching for a white man driving a red pickup. Washington had said she believed the shooting was racially motivated.

Lee Merritt, a prominent civil rights lawyer representing the family, said authorities have identified "Larry" and that he is ALSO BLACK.

"It is possible the previously identified suspect seen fleeing by several independent witnesses was a bystander attempting to escape the shooting," Merritt said on Instagram. "To observers, however, he appeared to be the shooter himself. "
(GRA:A load of garbage)

The tragedy prompted a hashtag #JusticeforJazmine on social media. Journalist Shaun King and civil rights attorney Lee Merritt helped spearhead a reward drive of more than $100,000 for information leading to an arrest.

A GoFundMe page set up by her mother seeking $6,500 for expenses related to the tragedy drew more than $75,000. Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins donated his game check from Saturday's AFC wild-card game to the family to help cover funeral expenses.

The arrest came hours after a rally Saturday near a Houston Walmart that drew hundreds of supporters for Jazmine and her family. The rally took place near the scene of the shooting.

"I am grateful to our dedicated investigators, the partner law enforcement agencies that provided vital assistance, and tipsters from across the nation who pulled together to support our work to get justice for Jazmine," Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said. "Our work is not finished, but I believe the people of Harris County can take comfort in knowing we have made great progress."
--GR Anonymous-president of the "Fire Holt Association".