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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Racist mania II

Q: What do irrational people do these days when they don’t agree with your politics?

A: They call you a racist.

President Trump is a racist, they say. Anyone who agrees with any part of his politics is a racist. If you support Trump you are a racist. That’s the political and social atmosphere today. Every political or social motive is racist. Racists are irrationally seen behind every tree as I explained in detail earlier this month in my post: Racist mania.

Now all the Trump haters on the planet are crowing sanctimoniously about “more proof” that he’s a racist because he talked tough about his immigration policy during a closed door off the record bipartisan oval office meeting with congressional attendees. Naturally, a huge media controversy ensued.

Democratic Senator, Dick Durbin, got the racist mania ball rolling again when he told the media that Trump repeatedly complained during the meeting about immigrants from “shithole countries.” 

"The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used,” Trump tweeted in response. He characterized Durban’s claims as “Made up by Dems.”

There is no audio or visual record of what anyone said. So we have no choice but to consider the recollections of attendees who were there. Republican Sens. Tom Cotton (AR) and David Perdue (GA) confirmed they don't recall those vulgar characterizations from the President.

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Perdue said Trump did not make that comment. “The gross misrepresentation was that language was used in there that was not used and also that the tone of that meeting was not contributory and not constructive.”

Sunday on CBS’s “Face The Nation,” Sen. Cotton said Durbin misrepresented Trump’s reported “shithole” comments. “I didn’t hear that word either,” Cotton said. “I certainly didn’t hear what Sen. Durbin has said repeatedly. Sen. Durbin has a history of misrepresenting what happens in White House meetings, though, so perhaps we shouldn’t be surprised by that… “I didn’t hear it. And I was sitting no farther away from Donald Trump than Dick Durbin was, and I know what Dick Durbin has said about the president’s repeated statements is incorrect.”

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was also an attendee. She said Sunday she doesn’t recall President Donald Trump’s reported comments about immigration from “shithole” countries. “The president is saying is he would like to move to merit-based, based on individuals. Whether individuals can come here and contribute to our society, help our economy and assimilating communities and help America be better,” she said. “I take a little bit of offense to the comments and suggestions that the president is racist. He's looking at the exact merit-based system they have in Australia and Canada. I'm sure that we are not, any of us, suggesting that Australia and ... Canada['s] leaders are racist.”

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky said Sunday that it is "unfair" to call President Donald Trump a racist. “I think it’s unfair to sort of paint him, ‘oh well, he’s a racist,’ when I know for a fact that he cares very deeply about the people of Haiti because he helped finance a trip where they would get vision back for 200 people in Haiti,” Paul said.

“Donald Trump is not a racist,” actor/director/producer Clint Eastwood says  in a 2016 interview with Esquire. “Get over it!” Young America — which he has dubbed both the “kiss-ass” and “pussy” generation — needs to stop throwing the word “racist” around so freely. “[Trump’s] onto something, because secretly everybody’s getting tired of political correctness, kissing up,” he said. “We’re really in a pussy generation. Everybody’s walking on eggshells. We see people accusing people of being racist and all kinds of stuff. When I grew up, those things weren’t called racist.”

“Racism is just a word that is being bandied about and thrown… at the president unjustly,” said Dr. Martin Luther King’s niece, Alveda King this week. “President Trump is not a racist.” She defended accusations of racism against Trump, calling his critics “outrageous.”

Appearing alongside President Trump at a White House event honoring Martin Luther King Jr. on Friday, the nephew of the late civil rights icon said he does not believe Trump is racist “in the traditional sense.”   

After being ousted from her job as communications director in the Office of Public Liaison at the White House, Omarosa Manigault Newman still wants to stand behind the man who has had the opportunity to fire her not once, not twice, not thrice, but four times in the last 15 years. Omarosa claims in a new interview that Donald Trump is not racist.

Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain wants to dispel “one of the biggest lies out there about Donald Trump”: that he’s a racist. “I wanna set the record straight because that’s what I do, as you know, on my radio show nearly every day… Why? Because there are a lot of lies out there. Allow me to set the record straight about one of the biggest lies out there about Donald Trump, and I hope the liberals and the liberal media’s listening… “Donald Trump is not a racist…. I grew up in Atlanta, Georgia. I know what a racist looks like when I see one, and Donald Trump is not a racist.”

Kara Young, who is biracial, was Trump’s girlfriend for two years in the ‘90s. She’s surprised that her ex-boyfriend is up to his neck in racial controversy. “I never heard him say a disparaging comment towards any race of people,” she told the New York Times.

In 2016 Rev. Jesse Jackson praises and thanks Donald Trump for a lifetime of service to African Americans

Let me make myself perfectly clear: President Trump is NOT and never has been a racist! This irrational racist mania in the political atmosphere of today is rendering the term “racist” meaningless. Eventually it’s going to boomerang against the Trump haters.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Oprah Winfrey: Is this the best they've got?

I admire and respect Oprah Winfrey for her talent and business success. She was the recipient last Sunday of the Golden Globes' annual Cecil B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement at a gathering of her ultra-leftist Hollywood friends and is now being seriously touted by Democrats as the best candidate to beat Donald Trump for President of the United States in 2020.

Seriously?  Is this the best they've got?

Winfrey has cultivated over many years huge celebrity to her female fans as the soft fuzzy image of a modern day enlightened everywoman with her self-aware, self-help, positive-thinking attitude.

She fancies herself a champion for women and women’s rights as indicated by her acceptance speech lecture to men during Sunday night's award ceremony: 

“So I want tonight to express gratitude to all the women who have endured years of abuse and assault because they, like my mother, had children to feed and bills to pay and dreams to pursue… For too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dare speak the truth to the power of those men. But their time is up. Their time is up.”

Oprah and the rest of her shallow minded Hollywood lady friends at the event were dressed in black as a tribute to all the women in history who’ve been sexually exploited, assaulted and abused by men. Conspicuously not mentioned in her speech was her best Hollywood buddy, Harvey Weinstein, the greatest sexual abuser of them all.

Winfrey it seems was one of Harvey’s most ardent enabler’s when it came to procuring female victims for his sexual gratification escapades. That’s Oprah herself sucking on Weinstein’s ear at an earlier Hollywood awards ceremony in 2014… 

You see, Oprah has maintained a very close personal and professional relationship with Harvey Weinstein over the past two decades. British actress Kadian Noble, one of his many accusers claims he employed Oprah to lure her in before sexually assaulting her. “I felt completely played,” she said.​ Even after he was exposed as a sexual predator, Oprah called him to offer her advice and support.

So much for Oprah Winfrey being a champion of women and women’s rights.

If Winfrey will run for president, what is her position on the issues, you might ask? What are her policies? In fact, she supports a one world global government. She’s a globalist. In the past, she’s met with George Soros, David Rockefeller, Bill Gates, Ted Turner and others at a secret billionaire’s club to promote a world government program designed to reduce the African population by around 50%.

So much for her position on human rights.

What about Winfrey’s past? One 2010 book describes it and her “hidden life” in considerable detail – how she concocted stories about sexual abuse she suffered as a child and grossly exaggerated the poverty she was brought up in. She went to great lengths to conceal her "lesbian affairs," including hefty payoffs, and publicly attached herself to a man friend to appear more normal to her audience of housewives.

She admits that she sold her body to earn extra money and even described herself as a teen "prostitute." Her father, Vernon Winfrey, says he's been dismayed by how Oprah plays fast and loose with the truth. "She may be admired by the world, but I know the truth," he says. "So does God and so does Oprah; two of us remain ashamed."

Her biggest contribution to the self-improvement aspect of her life is her promotion of retail therapy -- the idea that you can spend your way to happiness and fulfillment. She makes the contradictory claims that happiness is available for everyone and that $25 pairs of socks are the way to get it. She’s an awfully expensive person to emulate. She’s just another big government spending leftist.

Her TV show is hardly more sophisticated than Jerry Springer’s. She presents it as an empathetic platform for discussing serious issues, but at heart, it’s still a freak show. The only difference between her show and the low-rent versions is that Oprah gets the A-list freaks. There’s no great truth she’s seeking from her guests.

Oprah’s been lauded as the world’s most powerful and most influential woman due to her millions of viewers, readers, and listeners, and no other talk-show host, celebrity, or world leader has the aura of authority that Oprah has. But while celebrity worship is nothing new, the "cult of Oprah" is on an entirely new level. Her most devout admirers watch her religiously, quote her as an expert, and scramble for every product she endorses or even mentions. The idea that Oprah expresses anything more valuable than her own opinions gives her a level of misplaced trust she doesn’t deserve.

The leftists want Oprah Winfrey for President..

Seriously?  Is this the best they've got?

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Racist mania

Have you ever been called a racist? I have. I’ve been called a racist by a member of my own family. She’s known me since infancy. She’s never heard me express a racist thought in her entire life. It’s one of the ugliest personal labels imaginable against another human being. She knows I’m not a racist. But I support President Trump so she called me a racist.

At least I’m not alone. Anyone who voted for or supports Donald Trump is a racist. That’s what she and the rest of the hard line leftists among us believe. Anyone who disagrees with any part of their irrational politics is a racist. They see racists behind every tree. Those who criticized President Obama, for example, are racists. Conservatives are racists. Republicans are racists. Libertarians are racists. Nationalists are racists. All white people are racists. Every political or social motive is racist.

It’s racist mania.

Farmer’s markets are racist. Did you know that? Yes, it’s because farmers’ markets cause “environmental gentrification” in which “habits of white people are normalized.” Farmer’s markets are “white spaces” oppressing minorities. They’re “exclusionary” because locals cannot “afford the food and/or feel excluded from these new spaces.” Obviously then, all farmers, including minorities, who sell their crops at farmer’s markets are racists.

Many of the trees that racists are hiding behind are racist themselves. That’s right. A row of trees separating a golf course from a “black” neighborhood have been deemed “racist” and must be chopped down. The mayor of Palm Springs and other city officials promised residents they would remove the tamarisk trees and a chain link fence along the property line as soon as possible because the trees were planted for racist reasons in the 1960s,  and remained a lasting remnant of the history of segregation in the city. 

People who object to federal spending have a racist motive, according to a study published in the American Politics Research journal. Despite benefitting the most from taxes, people in many of the United States’ poorest regions appear to oppose federal spending due to bigotry. “As one might have guessed from the racial undertones often present in public discussions on fiscal politics, greater racial resentment was associated with lower support for spending,” the report noted. 

The list goes on and on. Leftists think that they can have their way politically if they call all their opponents racists.

It’s racist mania.   

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

The gifts of government

Most politicians display an attitude that their constituents are like children in need of constant government, care and supervision from rulers who know what is best for them. It’s like they think they own us and therefore anything they do on our behalf is a gift. You see, the government owns your life and your property. Any privilege they allow us is a gift. If a law permits us some activity it’s a gift. If taxes are reduced and you are allowed to keep more of your property it’s a gift.

Yes, tax cuts and tax reform are gifts. Politicians of all stripes believe that. President Trump thinks that his new tax bill, for example, is an “incredible Christmas gift” for Americans. "They're going to start seeing the results in February. This bill means more take-home pay. It will be an incredible Christmas gift for hard-working Americans. I said I wanted to have it done before Christmas. We got it done," Trump said.

Don’t forget the Democrats either. Not a single one of them voted for President Trump’s wonderful Christmas gift, but they still all think of it the same way: It’s a gift. “Republican tax bill is a Christmas gift for the super-rich,” trumpets the L.A. Times. “Trump’s Tax Plan Is a Pointless Gift to the Wealthy,” exalts Slate. “It’s been called a ‘tax cut for the rich, a Christmas gift for the wealthy,’” and more,” says the N.Y. Times.

How about that? All the politicians admit that your money is a gift to you if they allow you to keep it. It’s just a matter about who “benefits” the most from the government allowing us to keep some of our own property – the “middle class” or the “rich.” Poor folks don’t pay any taxes so they don’t get the “gift.” Their gift is that they don’t pay any taxes.

Actually, the truth of the matter is that the politicians, bureaucrats, agents and employees of the government always get the gift no matter what. The government swamp creatures always get the gifts. Their object is to collect revenue from the people. That revenue is their sustenance. The people collectively is their golden goose.

And they realize that if they squeeze their golden goose too much by overtaxing it, the law of diminishing returns acts to reduce their precious revenue. The goose will seek to avoid taxes by producing less. So they’ve learned that cutting taxes, even though it seems counter intuitive, can increase, even maximize their revenue.

The idea that tax cuts are a gift to us is bullshit. The government that treats us like children is full of bullshit. It feeds it to us as children and continues feeding it to us when we’re adults too. President Trump and first lady Melania, for example, became Santa Claus’ helpers when they placed phone calls to children on Christmas Eve. They asked kids what they wanted for Christmas and updated them on Saint Nick’s status, thanks to NORAD’s Santa Tracker, which pinpoints his position as he races around the globe.

Yes, our President and his First Lady were lying to children and feeding them bullshit about Santa on Christmas Eve. I think it’s a form of child abuse. When I learned that Santa Claus was bullshit at the tender age of seven years, that’s when I stopped believing in God too. That’s when I became suspicious of all people of authority. Later, on Christmas day the President was calling soldiers on duty in Afghanistan to say that God was watching over them.

It’s all part and parcel with the gifts of government.

Happy New Year!!!

Sunday, December 17, 2017

Federal Bureau of Injustice

Did you know that the longest serving Director of the FBI, from 1924 to 1972, a grand total of 48 years, was a crook?

That’s right! U.S. Presidents were afraid to fire this despicable human being during all that time because he used his considerable bureaucratic power to amass secret files on them as well as on hundreds of other prominent individuals for purposes of coercion and blackmail. And now Americans have to show for it a massive tribute to him, in Washington D.C. -- the J. Edgar Hoover Building -- headquarters of the FBI, the Federal Bureau of Injustice.

Fast forward to modern day FBI history and we see that things haven’t changed much. If justice really were the purpose of the Department of Justice and its investigative arm the FBI, we should see Hillary Clinton in handcuffs, dressed in a designer orange jump suit doing a perp walk before her sentencing hearing at the federal courthouse on her way to a suitable federal penitentiary for her multiple serious crimes committed as a public official.

But no – we’re talking about the Federal Bureau of Injustice here and that means that Hillary Clinton has not received justice – at least not yet. James Comey, the recently fired FBI Director knew full well from the facts his agents found that Clinton was guilty as sin of mishandling classified materials on her private computer server while she was Secretary of State, but he deliberately edited those facts to reach a dubious conclusion to let her off the hook.

Comey, for example, knew that it was likely hostile foreign actors had gained access to her private email account containing the classified documents, but changed the facts later to indicate the scenario was merely “possible.” He knew that the facts showed Clinton was “grossly negligent” but changed his conclusion later to “extremely careless” in order to avoid a legal statutory definition of criminality from her conduct.

In short, he deliberately watered down facts showing rightful conclusions pointing to Clinton’s culpability in mishandling classified information.” We now know that FBI Director Comey was determined to exonerate Hillary Clinton long before his “investigation” of her crimes was completed. We also know that high ranking agents of the FBI are diligently working at this very moment to unlawfully undermine, sabotage and ultimately bring down the legitimate presidency Donald J. Trump.

What else can Americans expect from the Federal Bureau of Injustice?

Thursday, December 7, 2017

First Amendment trumps civil rights laws

I predict that the Supreme Court of the United States will decide that the First Amendment trumps civil rights laws in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, because our government may not force us to express messages that violate religious convictions.

Having read the oral arguments I think that a SCOTUS majority will hold that a Christian baker enjoys a First Amendment right to refuse the request of a gay couple to create a custom wedding cake that expressly celebrates a gay marriage. He may not be punished for violating state civil rights laws prohibiting discrimination against homosexuals.

I can’t imagine that the Court would uphold a civil rights law that allows an atheist, for example, to force a devout Christian baker to create a cake with a message that says that “Jesus is a myth,” or that “God is imaginary.”  

Make no mistake though, a baker operating a business open to the public may not lawfully discriminate against atheists or gays in violation of public accommodations laws. Such people cannot lawfully be refused service when it comes to buying any cake in the shop, for instance, but they cannot force a baker to express creative ideas which violate his First Amendment rights.

So the baker may be punished if he puts a sign in his window that says “We do not bake cakes for gays,” but may not be punished for refusing to create cakes which expressly celebrate gay weddings.

Likewise, an African American sculptor operating a business open to the public violates public accommodations laws if he refuses to serve folks he doesn’t like, but may not be forced to create a cross which expressly supports a Ku Klux Klan service.

This is a no-brainer in my opinion.

I’ll be surprised if SCOTUS doesn’t decide that the First Amendment trumps civil rights laws.

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Shocking verdict! Really?

The rabid media mob, pundits, politicians and most Americans are in a state of angry apoplexy over the “shocking verdict” in the San Francisco Kate Steinle “murder” case where a jury acquitted an “undocumented immigrant.”

Shocking verdict! Really? Well, no, of course not.

The defendant was grossly over charged, and the angry mob was focused upon facts which had nothing whatever to do with his guilt or innocence. This was not a murder or manslaughter case. There was virtually no evidence of violent propensities, intent or motive to kill Kate Steinle.

Yes, the defendant, Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, was a criminal; a bad egg; a homeless undocumented Mexican immigrant; a multi-convicted non-violent felon; an alien in the U.S. illegally; deported previously five times, he shouldn’t have been here but took advantage of San Francisco being a sanctuary city.

Now, I’m just as outraged as everyone else by these facts but they certainly had nothing to do with any issue in the case involving this defendant.

Prosecutors argued that Zarate intentionally shot Steinle as she and her father walked on San Francisco's Pier 14. But his defense attorney showed sufficient evidence of reasonable doubt. It was a freak accident he argued as the bullet ricocheted off the ground and traveled about 80 feet before hitting the woman.

Was it intentional or accidental? That was the issue before the jury. They ultimately sided with the defense. Why? Because of ample reasonable doubt that he had intentionally taken Steinle's life. They did find him guilty of being a felon in possession of a firearm because they were convinced beyond a reasonable doubt of his guilt on that charge.

No reasonable jury would find an accused guilty of murder just because he was an illegal alien. But President Donald Trump, like all the other pissed off pundits, called the verdict "disgraceful." "No wonder the people of our Country are so angry with Illegal Immigration," the President tweeted hours after the verdict… His exoneration is a complete travesty of justice. BUILD THE WALL!”

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter said Steinle "would still be alive if we had a wall," referring to the President's call for the construction of a border wall between the US and Mexico.

Well, yes, it’s definitely a travesty; I’m for a wall and hate sanctuary cities too, but no one can blame this jury verdict for something not relevant to their lawful decision in the case. Obviously, the debate over immigration didn't belong in the case. "Nothing about Mr. Garcia Zarate's ethnicity, nothing about his immigration status, nothing about the fact that he is born in Mexico had any relevance as to what happened on July 1, 2015," the public defender Francisco Ugarte said.

Shocking verdict! Really?

Don’t blame the jury. 

Blame the Authority!