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    Almost always the same story

    Post  sinister_midget on Tue Nov 27, 2018 8:36 pm

    Police investigating nooses hung at Mississippi Capitol to protest state's racial history ahead of Hyde-Smith vs. Espy runoff

    Nooses were found hanging outside the Mississippi State Capitol on Monday, along with signs that referenced the racially charged Senate runoff race on Tuesday.

    "On Tuesday Nov. 27, thousands of Mississippians will vote for a senator. We need someone who respects the lives of lynch victims," one sign said, according to a Capitol Police spokesman who read it to NBC News.

    "We're hanging nooses to remind people that times haven't changed," read another sign.

    Who has a history of doing that sort of thing? "White supremacists" on the conservative side?

    Nope. Democrats invented it. Democrats fought for it. Democrats continue to exploit it.

    Nooses Found Near Mississippi State Capitol Turn Out To Be Democrat 'Protest'

    A group of nooses discovered hanging off trees near the Mississippi state Capitol were not a warning from a white supremacist group, but rather a "protest" by leftists against Mississippi Republican Senate candidate Cindy Hyde-Smith.

    Mainstream media organizations melted down on Monday after a number of nooses were found hanging in the vicinity of the capitol building, strung from trees as part of a "message" campaign — though the Associated Press, which first reported the story, didn't give much more information about the "message" the nooses were trying to send, only that it was one of "hate."

    I don't doubt DNC-AP has rewritten that story already now that it's known it was a "white supremacist's" doing.

    And it's OK now because it was a "protest" and can't be the "hate" they tried to blame on whyte pipo.

    Nearly every time. (I would leave off "nearly" except there might be one exception I've missed.) And whites aways get blames first before the story gets dropped because it turns out they weren't white, or they were white but liberal.


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    Post  sinister_midget on Tue Nov 27, 2018 8:49 pm

    Since the left and their media co-conspirators like to rewrite history and ignore facts, here's a little nougat that they've spent many years trying to cover up.

    Just to illustrate that Robert "Grand Kleagle" Byrd wasn't the only one liberals loved who had a racist history.

    (I have filters to block this site, but I remembered this story and removed them just for this post.)

    Jimmy Carter’s Race Problem

    When former president Jimmy Carter accuses the opponents of Barrack Obama’s policy of nationalizing broad aspects of our economy and spending us into bankruptcy of being “racists,” perhaps he should look in the mirror. In his 1982 book, Keeping Faith, Carter disingenuously said he “was not directly involved in the early struggles to end racial discrimination.” No kidding — in fact, he directly and unambiguously supported segregation. When Carter returned to Plains, Georgia, to become a peanut farmer after serving in the Navy, he became a member of the Sumter County School Board, which did notimplement the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision handed down by the Supreme Court. Instead, the board continued to segregate school children on the streets of Carter’s hometown.

    As Laughlin McDonald, director of the ACLU’s Voting Project, relates in his book A Voting Rights Odyssey: Black Enfranchisement in Georgia, Carter’s board tried to stop the construction of a new “Elementary Negro School” in 1956. Local white citizens had complained that the school would be “too close” to a white school. As a result, “the children, both colored and white, would have to travel the same streets and roads in order to reach their respective schools.” The prospect of black and white children commingling on the streets on their way to school was apparently so horrible to Carter that he requested that the state school board stop construction of the black school until a new site could be found. The state board turned down Carter’s request because of “the staggering cost.” Carter and the rest of the Sumter County School Board then reassured parents at a meeting on October 5, 1956, that the board “would do everything in its power to minimize simultaneous traffic between white and colored students in route to and from school.”

    I am not aware that Rep. Joe Wilson has ever supported segregation or engaged in the same type of reprehensible, racist behavior. The idea that opposition to Obama’s policies reflects “racism” is absurd; even the White House has rejected it. All of this raises a larger issue about Carter’s remarks. When he makes such a claim, is he projecting his own inner racial beliefs? Is he so guilt-ridden over his past racist behavior that he wants to make amends to the race-baiters that today populate the Left?  Or is he just cynically helping them score political points?

    Nor was Jimmy the Creep alone. Here's Mr. & Mrs. Bill Clinton together at a party:



    Showing it wasn't Broomhillary's first time to "joke" about racial hatred when she said the other day that blacks "all look alike." Which was a "joke" because she said it. but hate speech if one of us sounded like we might have said something close even if we didn't.

    The next time they find nooses or a swastika or a racial slur, it'll be a white guy again. Right up until he regressive liberal fesses up, at which time the story will vanish once more.


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