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White Supremacist rally in Charlottesville

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  • Trillfate
    Trillfate "i used to like the Ride more now i like the Race...i used like the Prize more now i like the Chase" Members Posts: 24,008 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Idk whats funnier, the video or the comments roasting the video

  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/u-texas-removes-confederate-statues
    University Of Texas Removes 4 Confederate Statues Overnight

    The University of Texas at Austin removed several confederate statues overnight on Sunday following an announcement from the school’s president, Gregory Fenves.

    “Last week, the horrific displays of hatred at the University of Virginia and in Charlottesville shocked and saddened the nation. These events make it clear, now more than ever, that Confederate monuments have become symbols of modern white supremacy and neo-🤬 ,” Fenves said in a Sunday statement.

    Three of the statues being removed, including one of Confederate general Robert E. Lee, will be relocated to a campus exhibit. The fourth statue, which depicts former Texas Gov. James Hogg, may be relocated to another spot on the campus, Fenves said.

    Fenves said he made the decision to remove the statues after a discussion with students, university staff, and alumni.

    “The University of Texas at Austin is a public educational and research institution, first and foremost. The historical and cultural significance of the Confederate statues on our campus — and the connections that individuals have with them — are severely compromised by what they symbolize,” he said in the statement. “Erected during the period of Jim Crow laws and segregation, the statues represent the subjugation of African Americans. That remains true today for white supremacists who use them to symbolize hatred and bigotry.”


    A spokesman for the university, Gary Susswein, told the Austin American-Statesman that the statues were removed after dark with little warning due to public safety concerns.
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    https://www.mediaite.com/online/louie-gohmert-suggests-terry-mcauliffe-should-be-investigated-for-charlottesville-violence/
    Louie Gohmert Suggests Terry McAuliffe Should Be Investigated for Charlottesville Violence

    Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) is pointing fingers over Charlottesville. Who is he blaming? Dem. Governor Terry McAuliffe and Charlottesville mayor Michael Signer.

    In a Sunday appearance on Fox & Friends, Gohmert called for a Department of Justice investigation on McAuliffe and Signer because…um…who knows, exactly?

    “The way forward’s not gonna be easy,” Gohmert said. “And I think the Justice Department needs a full investigation of the governor, of the mayor.”

    In addition to charging the two Virginia pols with inciting Charlottesville for no apparent reason, the Texas Congressman went on to throw out a completely unsubstantiated claim that McAuliffe and Signer were complicit in violence at President Donald Trump events.

    “We have got to have this investigated,” Gohmert said. “They were the violence (sic) at Trump events, and they may have been behind this violence getting started. They facilitated it, anyway.”


    Earlier in the segment, the Congressman suggested that he and his Republican ilk could be voted out of the House in the next term if the party doesn’t deliver on its promise to repeal and replace Obamacare.

    “I think so,” Gohmert said, responding to a question about whether the GOP might be voted out.. “And they should be. Because those were things that we promised we’d do.”


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  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://crooksandliars.com/2017/08/jesse-watters-left-removes-confederate


    Fox News host Jesse Watters lashed out at Democrats over the weekend for opposing statues of Confederate War "heroes."

    In a controversial press conference last week, President Donald Trump defended people who marched with neo-Nazis and white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia to protest taking down Confederate War monuments. Trump argued that there were "fine people" at the march who only wanted to protect their Confederate "heritage."

    "I wonder, is it George Washington next week?" Trump bellowed at the time. "You really have to ask yourself, where does it stop?"

    Unsurprisingly, Watters took the president's side on the issue. Haters gotta hate.

    "Watters World personally believes that Confederate War statues are part of our nation's history," Watters opined on his Saturday night show. "And can serve as important relics to reflect upon."

    However, the Fox News host admitted that the monuments are "divisive."

    "Let's also remember that all of these Confederate War heroes were Democrats," Watters said without explaining the relevancy. "Democrats were the party of slavery. Maybe the left wants to tear down these statues so the country forgets that the Democratic Party enslaved black people."

    "But I actually think that those on the left want to destroy any monument of revered historical leaders," he added.

    Maybe Jesse needs to rely on actual history books rather than statues for his information so that he can remember that most of these statues were erected either during the Jim Crow years or Civil Rights era to remind African Americans who were fighting for equality that they were less revered than the traitors who declared war on this country and that those Democrats who fought for slavery actually left the party to become... Republicans.

    But historical facts are not the friends of white supremacy apologists like Jesse Watters.
  • playmaker88
    playmaker88 Boy, I tell you that's vision Like Tony Romo when he hitting Witten Members Posts: 67,905 ✭✭✭✭✭
    🤬 that cac.. any one with a brain knows that... racism knows no party.. hes tryin to score stupid points..
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/former-trump-campaign-spokesperson-slavery-part-american-good-history
    Former Trump Spox: Slavery Is Actually Part Of America’s ‘Good History’

    Former spokesperson for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, Katrina Pierson, appeared on “Fox and Friends” Monday morning to defend keeping Confederate statues on display as politicians and activists call for their removal, saying Americans love their “good and bad” history.

    “Those monuments have been there for a very long time and suddenly Nancy Pelosi wants to actually help these anarchists and these violent protesters tear down pieces of America, American culture and American history,” she said. “Americans actually love their history, their culture, good and bad, because it helps them learn and it helps keep people educated about why America is so great to begin with.”

    John Hopkins University professor Wendy Osefo, the other guest, pushed back, saying people should understand the actual history behind many of the Confederate monuments, which she said were erected after 1865 as a way for the Ku Klux 🤬 to revolt against African Americans gaining political power.

    “So this is not a symbol of patriotism. This is a symbol of hatred and division. And while it is a piece of American history, it’s not necessarily the good part of American history. It’s actually nefarious,” Osefo said, saying the statues should be placed in museums, not on state grounds.

    “It absolutely deserves a place because bad history is still good history for this country,” Pierson said.

    “Slavery is good?” Osefo asked.

    “Considering where we are today, where we are today. Absolutely,” Pierson said.

    When asked to clarify what she meant, she said the statues should stay up as a history lesson to children.

    “During those times, during those times — think about it for a second. Where would we be today if not for that Civil War? How would our children even know… How would our children even know how special and how wonderful this country is that we can even be having this discussion today?” she said.

    “How special slavery is? Do you know how many people died?” Osefo said, prompting co-host Ainsley Earhardt to try to rein the two guests back in.

    “This country was founded on slaveowners who actually put into place — to change the laws,” Pierson said.

    “You’re completely out of line,” Osefo said.



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  • Kwan Dai
    Kwan Dai Members Posts: 6,929 ✭✭✭✭✭
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/former-trump-campaign-spokesperson-slavery-part-american-good-history
    Former Trump Spox: Slavery Is Actually Part Of America’s ‘Good History’

    Former spokesperson for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, Katrina Pierson, appeared on “Fox and Friends” Monday morning to defend keeping Confederate statues on display as politicians and activists call for their removal, saying Americans love their “good and bad” history.

    “Those monuments have been there for a very long time and suddenly Nancy Pelosi wants to actually help these anarchists and these violent protesters tear down pieces of America, American culture and American history,” she said. “Americans actually love their history, their culture, good and bad, because it helps them learn and it helps keep people educated about why America is so great to begin with.”

    John Hopkins University professor Wendy Osefo, the other guest, pushed back, saying people should understand the actual history behind many of the Confederate monuments, which she said were erected after 1865 as a way for the Ku Klux 🤬 to revolt against African Americans gaining political power.

    “So this is not a symbol of patriotism. This is a symbol of hatred and division. And while it is a piece of American history, it’s not necessarily the good part of American history. It’s actually nefarious,” Osefo said, saying the statues should be placed in museums, not on state grounds.

    “It absolutely deserves a place because bad history is still good history for this country,” Pierson said.

    “Slavery is good?” Osefo asked.

    “Considering where we are today, where we are today. Absolutely,” Pierson said.

    When asked to clarify what she meant, she said the statues should stay up as a history lesson to children.

    “During those times, during those times — think about it for a second. Where would we be today if not for that Civil War? How would our children even know… How would our children even know how special and how wonderful this country is that we can even be having this discussion today?” she said.

    “How special slavery is? Do you know how many people died?” Osefo said, prompting co-host Ainsley Earhardt to try to rein the two guests back in.

    “This country was founded on slaveowners who actually put into place — to change the laws,” Pierson said.

    “You’re completely out of line,” Osefo said.



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    This is one of the reasons why I have moved on from America's issues being simply Black vs White. For me it's about anyone of any color who supports and maintains white supremacy. And this is the perfect example of how we have a very large a vocal contingency of Blacks that are indeed white supremacists. Disgusting.
  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭


    https://www.mediaite.com/tv/jerry-falwell-jr-defends-trumps-both-sides-remarks-he-has-inside-information/
    Jerry Falwell Jr. Defends Trump’s ‘Both Sides’ Remarks: ‘He Has Inside Information’

    On today’s broadcast of ABC’s This Week, guest host Martha Raddatz noted that when they reached out to the White House to see if they would send someone to speak for the president, they were referred to Jerry Falwell Jr. Falwell, the president of Liberty University, was an early supporter of Trump’s during the presidential campaign.

    Right off the bat, Raddatz pressed the evangelical leader over his praise of Trump’s Charlottesville comments in which the president blamed “both sides” for the violence while defending the alt-right.

    “The bold and truthful statements I was talking about was the willingness to identify the groups, the Nazis, the KKK, the white supremacists by name,” Falwell answered, pointing to Trump’s Monday statement and not his Tuesday presser. “That is something a leader should do.”

    Raddatz retorted, “He said there were very fine people on both sides. Do you believe there were very fine people on both sides?”

    Falwell countered that the president apparently saw things that others haven’t because he has access to secret info.

    “He has inside information that I don’t have,” he told Raddatz. “I don’t know if there were historical purists there. He had information I didn’t have. I believe he spoke what was — I think he saw videos of who was there.”

    Raddatz and Falwell would go round and round over Trump’s response and whether it suggested there was a moral equivalency between white supremacists and counter-protesters. Falwell would go on to brush off that criticism — including from Heather Heyer’s mother — by stating that Trump doesn’t have a “racist bone in his body.”



  • Undefeatable
    Undefeatable Members Posts: 1,970 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Kwan Dai wrote: »
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/former-trump-campaign-spokesperson-slavery-part-american-good-history
    Former Trump Spox: Slavery Is Actually Part Of America’s ‘Good History’

    Former spokesperson for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, Katrina Pierson, appeared on “Fox and Friends” Monday morning to defend keeping Confederate statues on display as politicians and activists call for their removal, saying Americans love their “good and bad” history.

    “Those monuments have been there for a very long time and suddenly Nancy Pelosi wants to actually help these anarchists and these violent protesters tear down pieces of America, American culture and American history,” she said. “Americans actually love their history, their culture, good and bad, because it helps them learn and it helps keep people educated about why America is so great to begin with.”

    John Hopkins University professor Wendy Osefo, the other guest, pushed back, saying people should understand the actual history behind many of the Confederate monuments, which she said were erected after 1865 as a way for the Ku Klux 🤬 to revolt against African Americans gaining political power.

    “So this is not a symbol of patriotism. This is a symbol of hatred and division. And while it is a piece of American history, it’s not necessarily the good part of American history. It’s actually nefarious,” Osefo said, saying the statues should be placed in museums, not on state grounds.

    “It absolutely deserves a place because bad history is still good history for this country,” Pierson said.

    “Slavery is good?” Osefo asked.

    “Considering where we are today, where we are today. Absolutely,” Pierson said.

    When asked to clarify what she meant, she said the statues should stay up as a history lesson to children.

    “During those times, during those times — think about it for a second. Where would we be today if not for that Civil War? How would our children even know… How would our children even know how special and how wonderful this country is that we can even be having this discussion today?” she said.

    “How special slavery is? Do you know how many people died?” Osefo said, prompting co-host Ainsley Earhardt to try to rein the two guests back in.

    “This country was founded on slaveowners who actually put into place — to change the laws,” Pierson said.

    “You’re completely out of line,” Osefo said.



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    This is one of the reasons why I have moved on from America's issues being simply Black vs White. For me it's about anyone of any color who supports and maintains white supremacy. And this is the perfect example of how we have a very large a vocal contingency of Blacks that are indeed white supremacists. Disgusting.

    Katrina Pierson isn't black though. There is only ONE black woman on that panel.

    We need to get rid of this idea that bir-racial people are black.

    Hell, Pierson is probably not even half-black.
  • EmM HoLLa.
    EmM HoLLa. Rolex Watches & Diamond Chains.. Members Posts: 3,255 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Man... So here we are in 2017 and this is reality? After 8 years of a black President.. Smh.. Life comes at you fast..
  • Kwan Dai
    Kwan Dai Members Posts: 6,929 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Kwan Dai wrote: »
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/former-trump-campaign-spokesperson-slavery-part-american-good-history
    Former Trump Spox: Slavery Is Actually Part Of America’s ‘Good History’

    Former spokesperson for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, Katrina Pierson, appeared on “Fox and Friends” Monday morning to defend keeping Confederate statues on display as politicians and activists call for their removal, saying Americans love their “good and bad” history.

    “Those monuments have been there for a very long time and suddenly Nancy Pelosi wants to actually help these anarchists and these violent protesters tear down pieces of America, American culture and American history,” she said. “Americans actually love their history, their culture, good and bad, because it helps them learn and it helps keep people educated about why America is so great to begin with.”

    John Hopkins University professor Wendy Osefo, the other guest, pushed back, saying people should understand the actual history behind many of the Confederate monuments, which she said were erected after 1865 as a way for the Ku Klux 🤬 to revolt against African Americans gaining political power.

    “So this is not a symbol of patriotism. This is a symbol of hatred and division. And while it is a piece of American history, it’s not necessarily the good part of American history. It’s actually nefarious,” Osefo said, saying the statues should be placed in museums, not on state grounds.

    “It absolutely deserves a place because bad history is still good history for this country,” Pierson said.

    “Slavery is good?” Osefo asked.

    “Considering where we are today, where we are today. Absolutely,” Pierson said.

    When asked to clarify what she meant, she said the statues should stay up as a history lesson to children.

    “During those times, during those times — think about it for a second. Where would we be today if not for that Civil War? How would our children even know… How would our children even know how special and how wonderful this country is that we can even be having this discussion today?” she said.

    “How special slavery is? Do you know how many people died?” Osefo said, prompting co-host Ainsley Earhardt to try to rein the two guests back in.

    “This country was founded on slaveowners who actually put into place — to change the laws,” Pierson said.

    “You’re completely out of line,” Osefo said.



    fxqhyiypn6dc.jpg

    This is one of the reasons why I have moved on from America's issues being simply Black vs White. For me it's about anyone of any color who supports and maintains white supremacy. And this is the perfect example of how we have a very large a vocal contingency of Blacks that are indeed white supremacists. Disgusting.

    Katrina Pierson isn't black though. There is only ONE black woman on that panel.

    We need to get rid of this idea that bir-racial people are black.

    Hell, Pierson is probably not even half-black.

    I don't see how this helps more than going at anyone of any color who supports and maintains white supremacy but ok...........
  • Kwan Dai
    Kwan Dai Members Posts: 6,929 ✭✭✭✭✭
    EmM HoLLa. wrote: »
    Man... So here we are in 2017 and this is reality? After 8 years of a black President.. Smh.. Life comes at you fast..

    Should have seen this coming. This is payback. This is what white supremacy is all about. They were going to show us one way or the other who's really in control.

  • stringer bell
    stringer bell Members Posts: 26,212 ✭✭✭✭✭
    https://lawnewz.com/high-profile/idaho-rep-claims-its-plausible-obama-mcauliffe-set-up-charlottesville-riots/
    Idaho Rep Claims It’s ‘Plausible’ Obama, McAuliffe Set-Up Charlottesville Riots

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    An Idaho state representative is doing some backpedaling after posting an article promoting a conspiracy theory claiming that the Charlottseville riots could have been a set-up to make President Donald Trump look like a racist. State Rep. Bryan Zollinger (R) posted the article on his Facebook page. His comments, in which he claims the theory is “plausible,” are drawing even more controversy.

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    “I’m not saying it is true but I am suggesting that it is completely plausible. We know that many protesters were Soros funded and we also know that Donald Trump is not a racist,” he wrote. “So while I’m not saying I believe the article, I’m glad to see someone out there asking people to think for themselves and use some logic and reason rather than spout what the media, otherwise known as the communications brach of the Democratic Party is selling.”

    Zollinger, who is also a local attorney, was responding to a comment by Joel Agate who was upset that the lawmaker posted the conspiracy theory article to begin with.

    “As we’ve seen throughout the campaign and the beginning of his presidency, no one has to do anything to make Trump out to be some kind of racist. These are his words, his responses to people who aren’t rich, straight, white men. Nobody, except perhaps members of his own inner circle, is making him say these things,” Agate wrote.

    The original article, which was shared by Zollinger, was posted on the conservative news website American Thinker over the weekend. The piece claimed “the conflagration in Charlottesville is beginning to feel like a set-up, perhaps weeks or months in the planning.” The author questions whether the “set-up” might have been the work of Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, and President Barack Obama. The article and the subsequent commentary by Zollinger immediately drew some blow back.


    Zollinger has posted a new comment apologizing if his comments offended anyone.

    “I found some of the theories to be plausible and others to be to be maybe somewhat far-fetched,” Zollinger stated. “I truly believe and try to live by the mantras of love one another and do good to those who hate you and pray for those that are cruel to you. If you ever feel I have not lived by this mantra or offended you, please contact me and let me apologize.”
  • Shizlansky
    Shizlansky Members Posts: 35,095 ✭✭✭✭✭
    The former leader of the damn KKK was there.

    Why would he want to help Obama by hurting his boy Trump?

    White ppl are 🤬 stupid.
  • playmaker88
    playmaker88 Boy, I tell you that's vision Like Tony Romo when he hitting Witten Members Posts: 67,905 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited August 2017
    Where is his resignation.
  • Undefeatable
    Undefeatable Members Posts: 1,970 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Kwan Dai wrote: »
    Kwan Dai wrote: »
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/former-trump-campaign-spokesperson-slavery-part-american-good-history
    Former Trump Spox: Slavery Is Actually Part Of America’s ‘Good History’

    Former spokesperson for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, Katrina Pierson, appeared on “Fox and Friends” Monday morning to defend keeping Confederate statues on display as politicians and activists call for their removal, saying Americans love their “good and bad” history.

    “Those monuments have been there for a very long time and suddenly Nancy Pelosi wants to actually help these anarchists and these violent protesters tear down pieces of America, American culture and American history,” she said. “Americans actually love their history, their culture, good and bad, because it helps them learn and it helps keep people educated about why America is so great to begin with.”

    John Hopkins University professor Wendy Osefo, the other guest, pushed back, saying people should understand the actual history behind many of the Confederate monuments, which she said were erected after 1865 as a way for the Ku Klux 🤬 to revolt against African Americans gaining political power.

    “So this is not a symbol of patriotism. This is a symbol of hatred and division. And while it is a piece of American history, it’s not necessarily the good part of American history. It’s actually nefarious,” Osefo said, saying the statues should be placed in museums, not on state grounds.

    “It absolutely deserves a place because bad history is still good history for this country,” Pierson said.

    “Slavery is good?” Osefo asked.

    “Considering where we are today, where we are today. Absolutely,” Pierson said.

    When asked to clarify what she meant, she said the statues should stay up as a history lesson to children.

    “During those times, during those times — think about it for a second. Where would we be today if not for that Civil War? How would our children even know… How would our children even know how special and how wonderful this country is that we can even be having this discussion today?” she said.

    “How special slavery is? Do you know how many people died?” Osefo said, prompting co-host Ainsley Earhardt to try to rein the two guests back in.

    “This country was founded on slaveowners who actually put into place — to change the laws,” Pierson said.

    “You’re completely out of line,” Osefo said.



    fxqhyiypn6dc.jpg

    This is one of the reasons why I have moved on from America's issues being simply Black vs White. For me it's about anyone of any color who supports and maintains white supremacy. And this is the perfect example of how we have a very large a vocal contingency of Blacks that are indeed white supremacists. Disgusting.

    Katrina Pierson isn't black though. There is only ONE black woman on that panel.

    We need to get rid of this idea that bir-racial people are black.

    Hell, Pierson is probably not even half-black.

    I don't see how this helps more than going at anyone of any color who supports and maintains white supremacy but ok...........

    OK, what I said doesn't really affect your point.

    I was struck though by how much closer Katrina Pierson looks to the white host than to the black woman.
  • The Lonious Monk
    The Lonious Monk Man with No Fucks Given Members Posts: 26,258 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Kwan Dai wrote: »
    Kwan Dai wrote: »
    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/former-trump-campaign-spokesperson-slavery-part-american-good-history
    Former Trump Spox: Slavery Is Actually Part Of America’s ‘Good History’

    Former spokesperson for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, Katrina Pierson, appeared on “Fox and Friends” Monday morning to defend keeping Confederate statues on display as politicians and activists call for their removal, saying Americans love their “good and bad” history.

    “Those monuments have been there for a very long time and suddenly Nancy Pelosi wants to actually help these anarchists and these violent protesters tear down pieces of America, American culture and American history,” she said. “Americans actually love their history, their culture, good and bad, because it helps them learn and it helps keep people educated about why America is so great to begin with.”

    John Hopkins University professor Wendy Osefo, the other guest, pushed back, saying people should understand the actual history behind many of the Confederate monuments, which she said were erected after 1865 as a way for the Ku Klux 🤬 to revolt against African Americans gaining political power.

    “So this is not a symbol of patriotism. This is a symbol of hatred and division. And while it is a piece of American history, it’s not necessarily the good part of American history. It’s actually nefarious,” Osefo said, saying the statues should be placed in museums, not on state grounds.

    “It absolutely deserves a place because bad history is still good history for this country,” Pierson said.

    “Slavery is good?” Osefo asked.

    “Considering where we are today, where we are today. Absolutely,” Pierson said.

    When asked to clarify what she meant, she said the statues should stay up as a history lesson to children.

    “During those times, during those times — think about it for a second. Where would we be today if not for that Civil War? How would our children even know… How would our children even know how special and how wonderful this country is that we can even be having this discussion today?” she said.

    “How special slavery is? Do you know how many people died?” Osefo said, prompting co-host Ainsley Earhardt to try to rein the two guests back in.

    “This country was founded on slaveowners who actually put into place — to change the laws,” Pierson said.

    “You’re completely out of line,” Osefo said.



    fxqhyiypn6dc.jpg

    This is one of the reasons why I have moved on from America's issues being simply Black vs White. For me it's about anyone of any color who supports and maintains white supremacy. And this is the perfect example of how we have a very large a vocal contingency of Blacks that are indeed white supremacists. Disgusting.

    Katrina Pierson isn't black though. There is only ONE black woman on that panel.

    We need to get rid of this idea that bir-racial people are black.

    Hell, Pierson is probably not even half-black.

    I don't see how this helps more than going at anyone of any color who supports and maintains white supremacy but ok...........

    It doesn't. Some of these 🤬 just have an irrational hatred for biracial people. Like what sense does it make to single a biracial 🤬 out and say they don't belong because he or she is biracial when there is no shortage of fully black people doing the same 🤬 . It's just stupidity and does nothing but divide the community.
  • JJ_Evans
    JJ_Evans Members Posts: 1,910 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    This was indeed funny, but I don't think they've lost in 2017.

    While minorities and progressive white people were telling other minorities and progressive white people to not vote or waste their vote on 3rd party candidates, these racist ass white nationalists were organized with a plan that resulted in them voting in..........

    -Donald Trump
    -Republican Senate
    -Republican House
    -Republican State victories

    And

    -They set the Supreme Court up for themselves for the next 30 years

    That's not a loss.
  • SolemnSauce
    SolemnSauce Don't wanna go tew hard, Don't wanna upset em, tryta infiltrate I won't let em, naaah I vet em In my skin Members Posts: 15,860 ✭✭✭✭✭
    A lot of y'all sound more scared than anything

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