- What is The Politically Correct Word for Retarded? April 13, 2019
- Slut-Shame On You April 6, 2019
- Religious People versus Your Genitals March 29, 2019
- What Happened to Free Speech in America? March 18, 2019
- The New Catholic Slogan: Priests will be Priests March 14, 2019
Tag Archives: #maga
Nick Sandmann, white Catholic teenager, hereby bears the brunt of bullshit from an extremist black group, and a predatory media, by his sheer presence alone. News reports should have directly blamed the involved black men for faults deserved, and still are not publishing their hateful speech.
The videos are sickening.
Black men who claim to be “Hebrew Nationalists” start off this infamous day with insulting American Indians. Indians are informed that their worship of totem poles, eagles, and buffaloes deserved the taking of their land. These doom-and-gloomers also insulted whitey, women, Parisians, Catholics, Christians, Jews, Israelites, homosexuals, fags, and just about everyone under the sun. This group then turned on a group of Covington High school teenagers who were also at the capitol, and called them crackers. As the crowd grew, and grew angrier, the black men saved their most egregious insults for their fellow race. In an exchange with a black man in the crowd, the so-called Hebrew Nationalists called him so many horrible names that a colon is in order: Uncle Tom, Uncle Tomahawk, Coon, Sambo, and Nigger. Later, they refer to a black Covington High Schooler as a token black, and a Kanye Coonye.
Stink, Stank, Stunk.
The Massachusetts Cambridgeport Elementary School librarian, yes librarian, Liz Phipps Soeiro declined Dr. Seuss books donated by First Lady Melania Trump.
Soeiro writes about her school, “We still struggle to close the achievement gap, retain teachers of color, and dismantle the systemic white supremacy in our institution.” In other words, she admits to working for a white supremacist organization.
Soeiro claims her kids have access to tons of books and that Melania Trump should have given the books to the less fortunate: “Cities like Philadelphia, Chicago, and Detroit are suffering through expansion, privatization, and school ‘choice’ with no interest in outcomes of children, their families, their teachers, and their schools. Are those kids any less deserving of books simply because of circumstances beyond their control? Why not go out of your way to gift books to underfunded and underprivileged communities that continue to be marginalized and maligned by policies put in place by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos?”