Monday, November 21, 2016

The country needs to come together and heal— but will the Left ever allow it?

Universities and high schools nationwide have responded to the election of Donald Trump as America's 45th President by holding professor-organized class walkouts, cry-ins and therapy dog sessions and implementing programs to teach students that Mr. Trump is a racist and a sexist who won by appealing to racists and misogynists.
Way to go, Lefties! You know, perhaps if you'd only had even more time, as if this past election process wasn't painfully long enough, to call your opponent and his supporters every bad name in the book, you'd have gotten your beloved, shriveled-up old prune into the White House. But it doesn't matter. Just keep on with the hysterical name-calling for every single appointment to Trump's cabinet, why don't you.
To give you just a slice of the great liberal meltdown occurring everywhere, Sarah Silverman, who's apparently a comedienne, tweeted after the election: "For a lot of people, this is the Great Depression. But this time it's emotional and physical. Our bodies are breaking down with fear and rage." Glad to hear it, Sarah! Keep physically breaking down, just like the mad, murderous woman you wanted to install in the White House. Continue breaking down, precious snowflakes, I mean that most sincerely. You'll solve a lot of problems if you completely disintegrate from that fear and that rage.
Now then, Jeff Sessions should be of grave concern to black Americans, say the fifth columnists in charge of propaganda dissemination, if he becomes Attorney General because he once joked that the KKK is okay save for the fact that they smoked weed and once called a black prosecutor, an assistant U.S. attorney, "boy," which he has vigorously denied. The media won't tell you that a civil rights prosecutor, Barry Kowalski, who overheard the KKK joke said that he was confident that Sessions was only joking and that another civil rights lawyer, J. Gerald Hebert, said that Sessions was not a racist and he just has "a tendency sometimes just to say something".
Mike Flynn, Trump's pick for National Security Adviser, hates Muslims, say the cognoscenti, because he has a history of condemning radical Islam and militancy among Muslims. Mike Pompeo is unfit to be CIA director, say these ivory tower imbeciles, because he was a sharp critic of Hillary Clinton and a defender of waterboarding. How come these dopes never complain about Navy Seal recruits having to undergo waterboarding as part of their training? Isn't it odd that you never hear about that?
These are excellent picks, the very same types of nominations Cruz would have made, and conservatives ought to be very pleased and proud. For the Left, of course, it's the rebirth of the Third Reich.
The Democrats and the Left will say anything about anyone, no matter how ruinous the accusations against them, which are never accurate, which are based on pure hearsay, conjecture and pretexts, just to destroy opposition to their backward, throwback cause.
Milo Yiannopoulous put it best in his latest podcast episode (Episode Thirty-Three). Yiannopoulos, speaking of his experience of having been accused of white supremacy with, as he said, no basis behind that assertion whatsoever, observed:
I've always known that the American press were scumbags, but I'd never quite realized—I'd never quite grasped—just how low they would go to damage their enemies, when they had no real argument, when they had no facts, no reason, no logic. They just wanted to hurt somebody and get them out of public life at all costs, and didn't mind what they said. They didn't care what the consequences were or the fallout. 
Just imagine what kind of person just announces that somebody is a white supremacist or an anti-Semite, out of nowhere, with no thought for the person or the consequences in that person's life, what it might do to their relationship with their family, what it might do to their future. 
These charges tend to stick because normal people think to themselves, "nobody would just say that, would they? Surely nobody would dare—nobody would be so sociopathic and vindictive and spiteful and mean and amoral—to just pluck that stuff out of nowhere, and call somebody an anti-Semite or white supremacist because they don't like their political positions. Surely, nobody would do that?" And so reasonable people think, "well, there's no smoke without fire, he must have done something."
This just serves to prove that the fight has only just begun. There is to be no sitting on anyone's laurels because the pukes on the Left just never give up.

The Left is never shy about revealing their true agenda
Photo courtesy of Aaron M. Renn's The Urbanophile website

I am going to borrow heavily from the second hour of Edward Woodson's November 18 show because he brought up a lot of very good examples and keen points about them. Woodson kicked off the hour asking, "Do these Leftists not realize that elections have consequences? Oh yeah, that was Mr. Obama, didn't he say that elections have consequences and that, 'We won, get over it.' Right? I don't remember we freaking out so much about Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch."
Woodson then played a clip from a CNN broadcast in which Carol Costello reported on the allegations against Jeff Sessions, noting, "Many Americans are concerned about minorities at this time. In fact, interestingly enough, the attorney general Loretta Lynch just sent out a press release. She's talking about attacks on minorities across the country. She says among other alarming trends, this new report from the Justice Department shows a 67 percent increase in hate crimes committed against Muslim Americans. It also showed increases in the number of hate crimes committed against Jewish people, African-Americans and LGBT individuals. Overall, she says, the number of reported hate crimes increased 6 percent, a number that does not account for the many hate crimes that may go unreported out of shame or fear. So—sigh—for that reason, I think that some in America might be concerned about Jeff Sessions's comments even if they did take place thirty years ago".
My own thoughts on this nonsense:
(1) Sessions's comments were brought up thirty years ago, the comments themselves were supposedly uttered many years before 1986, the year of his Senate Judiciary Committee hearing for a U.S. District Judge position. The comments amounted to allegations, not proof, against Mr. Sessions and Sessions has denied them.
(2) Just how many times can you have the BS expression "hate crime" in one rambling so-called "news report"? As Gene Hunt once said on Life on Mars, "Hate crime? What, as opposed to one of those I-really-really-like-you sort of crimes?"
(3) According to police nationwide, very little to no such crimes have been reported. A Muslim woman who talked of having her rag hijab being knocked off by Trump supporters, admitted she fibbed about it. There are also numerous other examples of made-up outrages.
(4) As to any actual hate crimes or instances of racist graffiti being perpetrated against communities, Trump responded, "Stop it." Is Barry Obama or Hillary Clinton or Harry Reid or Chuck Schumer or Keith "X" Ellison telling rioters and looters—laughably called "protesters" by the suck-ass media—to knock off their violence? When the phone don't ring, you know it's Jake Tapper informing you that he's prepared to report on Democrat condemnation of these "protests".
(5) Costello implores us to consider "Muslim Americans". In the very next sentence she refers to "Jewish people". So, I can take from this that Muslims are Americans but Jews are not or cannot be. Got that, dear reader? Muslims are AMERICANS, but Jews are mere "people". Nice, eh? No agenda there, nope.
(6) Also, we have "African-Americans" but LGBT "individuals". Again, why not "gay, gender neutral and transsexual Americans"? And, Ms. Costello, you left the "Q" out of LGBTQ. How dare you forget that! In my best attempt to "think" like a liberal, I can only assume that you're prejudiced against the queer component of the LGBTQ community. Queer lives matter!
(7) It's funny, isn't it, that concern for minorities never involves lowering their taxes and bringing opportunities to their communities through business or educational incentives. All the Democrats can ever promise the black community, for instance, is an abortion clinic every ten blocks or so in their neighborhoods. Let's incentivize strong families, religious convictions, intensive studying and hard work for minority enclaves across America. Oh yeah, that's hate speech, I forgot.
(8) The report asserts that many crimes are not being related to authorities out of "shame or fear". Yet all we've heard and seen on TV, newspapers and social media is Black Lives Matter (Only When White People Are Involved) informing us they won't back down and Latinos with their machismo saying that they are not afraid of Donald Trump. So, where's the fear? The Left is more mobilized and determined than ever. They may be easily triggered snowflakes, but they put up a great front. So I have no idea where "fear" ever comes into it, despite the media constantly chatting about it.
Then there's Whoopie Goldberg, who said on The Pissy Feminist View:
Black people are not going anywhere, they are not going to be slaves anymore, so take that out'cha head. Muslims who are born here as Americans are not going anywhere. We're not going anywhere. I don't know why you don't get this part.
As Edward Woodson interjected in response to this, "Listen, Whoopie: We're not going anywhere either! The 'Deplorables' aren't going anywhere either—and guess what? We won."
Whoopie Goldberg went on to assert, "We're all being harassed" when Joy Behar brought that subject up. Harassment, right. Ask conservative groups targeted by the IRS about that. Ask Facebook or Twitter users who've been kicked off the social media sites for daring to post conservative thoughts or memes. Don't talk to me about being scared. Conservatives, Right-leaning libertarians, hard-working, good-natured, law-abiding folks nationwide of all colors and creeds, real Americans and not George Soros-controlled robots, have been scared, fearful, terrified for these past eight years from all the Constitution defying, government agency poisoning and massive surveillance operations launched which didn't prevent one terrorist atrocity but did violate the right to privacy of ordinary citizens.
Obama's not out of office yet; he could do anything. Pardon Hillary, pardon Huma Abedin, pardon "the Dreamers" (a.k.a. the spawn of illegal aliens), get us heavily involved in Syria with "boots on the ground." Who the F knows with Bozo Big-Ears? The nightmare for us isn't over yet, it's got another two months to go. Doubtless the far-Left douches will find some way of continuing to make life very difficult for normal people—y'know, those who don't have neck tattoos, eyebrow piercings, bullet holes in their ears and EBT cards—for as much as those two months are worth.
Woodson notes that, during Obama's first term, he had both the Senate and the House of Representatives. The FBI was in his back pocket, as was the CIA and the NSA. He made the attorney general picks and nominated Supreme Court justices. He controlled the Justice Department. How quickly, Woodson notes, liberals have forgotten this easily verifiable fact which itself was the consequence of an election. Woodson says of these Lefties, "They are the worst kind of crybaby losers I've ever seen in my life."
Woodson then cuts to a CNN debate hosted by Brooke Baldwin in which Angela Ray debated Trump supporter Steve Cortez, during which Ray spoke of "undocumented" people, that the popular vote is the one that matters, not the Electoral College result, and that the Constitution is a living document. This is the transcript as it aired on Woodson's show.
Cortez: I don't want to relitigate the election. That was largely about the very issue you mentioned, which is illegal immigration, and the people of the United States sided with Donald Trump and with Senator Sessions. I say this as a Latino. And, they decided ...
Ray: Look at the popular vote.
Cortez: No, we don't have a popular vote here. We're a Republic and we have an Electoral College.
Ray: Oh, so okay, we don't have a popular vote?
Cortez: Well, read the Constitution. They decided, via our Electoral College by the way, that the victims are not the illegal aliens, the victims are legal immigrants and Americans. We already decided that as a country and they have a mandate to continue forward ...
Ray: They're people, Steve, and we didn't ...
Cortez: Yes, we did. We won. Are you saying we didn't win?
Ray: No, what I'm saying is that you did not win the popular vote and I don't subscribe to the term 'illegal alien'.
Cortez: Because we don't run for the popular vote.
Ray: 'Undocumented people...'
Cortez: We don't try to win the popular vote. We won the electoral vote and that's how we choose a president.
Ray: OK, congratulations. Nevertheless ...
Cortez: No, you don't congratulate me, congratulate the Constitution. That's our system.
Ray: Steve, the point is ... there's a whole argument that's existed for centuries about this strict Constitutional nature or strict constructionalist nature of the Constitution. We don't have time to go into that now, but there are people who believe that the Constitution is actually a living and breathing document, and sometimes it requires a change.
Cortez: Okay, well, we don't believe that. We just won based on those principles. But who cares what I believe, the American people voted us in based on those principles of strict constructionism, and I think that's going to be one of the reasons why Senator Sessions will be a great Attorney General. He's going to uphold the Bill of Rights, which has been under attack.
As Woodson observed, Cortez couldn't get away with saying 'illegal aliens' because "that's like the new n-word". I agree with Woodson in asserting that the Constitution "is dead, it's not living and breathing, it's dead". Because liberals and the Obama administration have killed it. Not that we can't bring it back to life though. And we have names for those people "who believe that the Constitution is actually a living and breathing document": They're morons, idiots, cretins, brainwashed rubes, douchebags and douchettes. That's who believes that the Constitution is "living and breathing" and shouldn't be interpreted via a "strict constructionist nature."
The Constitution is the best document that has ever been written by a fledgling government to ensure equality and liberty and it does not need to be constantly fiddled with, or else, what's the point in having it? Well, none, quite frankly, and that is exactly the goal of liberals: to be rid of it so that We the People have nothing to fall back on and their redistributionist tyranny cannot be overruled or overturned. The Left does not desire a "living and breathing" Constitution, they want it defunct, ripped to shreds, dead and buried forevermore. You stand a much greater chance at bottling unicorn or gryphon farts than you do meeting a Constitutionalist Leftie, the ultimate oxymoron.
And, I have to say: Where does Angela Ray get "centuries" of debate regarding constructionalism from? Decades, perhaps. Also, as has been pointed out already by many, if you remove all the dead people who voted, the multiple voting and the votes of illegal aliens, Trump would have won the popular vote in addition to the Electoral College. It's a fact, libtards, not that it means anything to you.
Let's end this entry with a quote from Dan Bongino, from his podcast episode, "The Left is Throwing a Temper-Tantrum while the Right is Winning Elections":
The Democrats, over the course of 2010 to where we are now in 2016, have been completely wiped out at the local level. That is because people on the Right that go out and protest do it respectfully, for instance, they left the Washington Mall cleaner than when they got there. There was no violence, nobody was getting beaten up, we didn't break any store windows, because we know how to install and make change through a movement
All you know how to do on the Left is whine and throw a temper-tantrum. Pay no mind to them. Don't let them influence your decision-making at all, because it doesn't matter. It's just a temper-tantrum. They're not voting, they're not going to register to vote, it is just a temper-tantrum for attention. It will have no meaningful effect on the electorate at all. 
We've already been through Occupy Wall Street, we've already been through Black Lives Matter, we've been through a number of these Democratic-sponsored, George Soros-type movements, and do you know what it's led to? A rout at every single level of government over the course of the last six years.
Hey, liberals, the ball's in your court in terms of how the country will heal and come together. It's up to you to decide how grown up you want to be about the election, the new President and how you regard your fellow countrymen going forward. Keep pulling character assassinations on us and those people who we embrace. You'll never win another election again.

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